Government reports, Marketing Research

Government publishes administrative reports of various departments reports of commissions and committees India A Reference Annual etc,

The sources of locating government publication include:

a.Catalogue of Government of India Civil Publications ( Subject wise analyzed 1969)

b. Catalogue of Government of India publications 1980 ,

c.Government of India Publications ( by mohinder singh 1982.

d. Parliament Library Bulletin ( Contains a separate section of government publications).

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