Scientific Essay from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, , language: English, abstract: The Indo- Bangladesh land swapping deal was signed by the two nations during visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 6th September 2011. Futures of some 162 enclaves were decided by this land agreement. Since the creation of Pakistan in 1947 these enclaves left without development by their respective country due problem of communication and lack of interest by the political authorities. These enclaves also remain as an obstacle in the way of completing the bare wire fence in the border that caused huge illegal migrants to Assam and other north eastern states. The conclusion of the deal could help India, particularly Assam to control illegal migrants from the neighbouring nation and could also helpful to sort out the long standing border disputes between the two nations.Did Graduation in Political Science(Honers) from University Delhi and one year diploma in mass communication from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi. Did Master of Arts in Political Science with specialization in International Relations from University of Delhi. Working as assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, D.K.D.College, Dergaon, Golaghat, Assam, India under Dibrugarh University. PhD. Thesis submitted to Dibrugarh University on India- Israel Relations. Currently working at the capacity of Head Of Department of Political Science at D.K.D.College, Dergaon. Published a book on Western Political Thinkers and published chapters on rural development by Dibrugarh University.