Literature Review On Rural Development

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Review of literature 1) K.S .Gopal (2009), said India has been mainly a rural economy .About 80% of its population lives in villages. Near 30% of the rural people are living below the poverty line even today. Rural Development is a matter of global concern today because it has the largest reservoir of the human resources. At present abundant human resources are available in most of the developing countries. But the important aspect of human resources of rural development has not been given its due recognition in these countries . 2) Rao (2001) who notes that the delivery of development programmes to scheduled castes has been fragmented. Policy making and implementation of development programmes by the lie departments do not quite succeeded…show more content…
The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) majorly provide social and economic security for the Scheduled Castes. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) is providing the works for them to survive and eradicate the poverty . 4)Nidhi vij(2013),analysed the impact of social protection programme like Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS),on poor people of schedule caste ,scheduled tribe and backward caste .Social Protection programmes have been an important part of development process and planning in India. Despite a plethora of social protection programmes, vulnerable groups among the poor have not been well targeted . 5)Siladitya Chaudari and Mukesh (2017), in their study is a modest attempt to measure the gap in consumption pattern between the country as a whole and a disadvantaged section of the society by analysing population composition in various percentile classes of consumer expenditure. It is also important measure other socio-economic aspects that the capture the multi-dimensional nature of poverty. These include, among others, parameters on the level of indebtedness, the level of unemployment joblessness, the extent of poor health educational disadvantage, the number of people living inadequate housing and poor environmental conditions…show more content…
Easier credit to the poor is identified as an instrument to fight against poverty. Self help groups should provide larger amount of loans to the members. More and more loans should be provided to the self-help groups by the formal financial institutions for on- lending .Moreover, the most important point is that to be a successful programme, the members of the self-help groups need to be educated about the concept of self –help, and the pattern of working must be demonstrated through exposure to successful groups in nearby areas

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