• The Role of Youth in Rural Reconstruction
    The Role of youth in Rural Reconstruction The backwardness and under-development of our rural areas have drawn the attention of not only the planners but also those who are interested in the all round development of India. The numerous schemes which like the Community Development...
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  • Role of Student in Development of Our Nation
    . Much of India’s shining would be contributed by the current strength of our youth, particularly the students. The most important factor which could trigger the very positive role of students in rural development in India is how we as a university plan to shape their future. Students are getting...
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  • A new India
    among youth. With this view special camps were organized; 'Youth against Famine ', "Youth against Dirt and Disease ', 'Youth for Afforestation and Tree Plantation ' and 'Youth for Rural Reconstruc�tion ' etc. Since 1981-82 economic -development programmes have been taken by NSS volunteers. During 82-83...
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  • Sustainable and Integrated Rural Economic Development
    Project E3 - Sustainable and Integrated Rural Economic Development Summary:  Project E3 is a Public, Private and Community Partnership Project for creating a sustainable Rural Economic Development Telecentre Network to help grass root youth women farmers and micro businessmen to improve their...
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  • Wp Results
    , relative to the needs for training of rural youth, its role has been rather modest. According to a rough estimate, the number of rural youth aged 15-24 and in the labour force in India had increased by about 5 to 6 million between April 1, 1992 and April 1, 1997. 16 In effect, therefore, the TRYSEM...
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  • Entrepreneur in Bd
    ) Replication of urban experiences in Rural Setting. Rural Entrepreneurship in India One of the main aims of development policy in India is to provide employment to millions of unemployed rural youth. India's rural economy is primarily agricultural based, but the rapid rise in its population with...
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  • m.a social work syllabus b.h.u
    Studies (1994) - Enhancing the Role of the Family as an Agency for Social and Academic Development, Bombay: Tata Institute of Social Sciences. 20. Paper S4:06 –D Youth Welfare (50) Unit –I • Youth Development: concept of youth, needs and problems of youth in rural and urban setting, social...
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  • Unemployment
    but the working of employment exchange are weakened also in comparison to other job searching institutes. Stage II : 2001 – 2010 1) Immigration of rural youth to the urban areas : Due to vital role of media in different sectors of job opportunities with ample amount of information and...
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  • Youth and Democracy
    The role of the youth in India The responsibility for change, progress and innovation lies on today’s youth shoulders. Youth can make or mar society. The educated youth should initiate steps to teach the illiterate people in their neighborhood. They could teach them elementary reading and...
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  • English
    management, programme management and organisational development in the India and Nepal. ▪ A proven track record of managing innovative community-based HIV/AIDS, health, youth and education programmes, supporting a wide range of diverse organisations, with substantial financial, capacity building and...
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  • Youth Unemployment
    the rural people primarily semi or unskilled work to people living in rural India, whether or not they are below the poverty line. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As a result of NREGA, several rural youth were given free computer education, soft skills development and even call centers...
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  • Role of Youth
    youth should not become a pawn in the hands of the politicians, but should remain judicious. The youth should cast their vote after serious deliberations on the character and policies of the politicians. Undoubtedly, in the India of tomorrow the youth are going to play a decisive role in choosing their...
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  • Women Entrepreneurship in India
    to solve the problems of rural and urban poverty. Traditionally, women in India have been generally found in low productive sectors such as agriculture and household activities. Human Development Report 2004 ranks India 103 in Gender related Development Index (GDI). As per 2001 census; women...
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  • Irm Report
    happens to be its youth. India is a land of youth. According to 2001 census, India had a total youth population of 347 millions that is 35.2 per cent of the total population. Out of this population, about 70 per cent were rural youth and the remaining 30 per cent were urban youth. As, majority of the...
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  • Rural Entreprneurship -One Key to Rural Revitalisation
    Development bank of India, is essential to promote entrepreneurship in the rural areas. It role would be to make available finance, knlwledge, technical expertise, managerial advice, help in marketing, string etc. it has to take case from beginning to end. Even its role would be to come up with plans...
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  • rural economy
    schemes like IRDP (Integrated Rural Development Programme), JRY (Jawahar Rozgar Yojana) and TRYSEM (Training Rural Youth for Self Employment) have created new employment opportunities in Rural India. Co-operative banks and Public sector banks are extending loans to rural people, thereby creating...
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  • Diet
    training in masonry to the illiterate and unemployed youth in these communities making them employable. The objective of Low Cost Housing is to promote and enhance the use of cement in houses in order to provide safe and comfortable habitats. Since a large part of India (70%) lives in rural areas, the...
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  • Ict Makes Rural India Shine
    question like –what can be the role of IT in villages or rural development. This paper is an attempt to answer the question by suggesting some practical approaches to make the use of information technology for rural development. INTRODUCTION India’s more than 70% of population resides in rural...
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  • Rural Industrialization Through Promotion of Agro-Based Industries
    back to the rural areas. The result will be the sprouting up of new village scale industries and the rapid development of new technology to modernize rural living. This will mark the true beginning of the industrial revolution in India. Already there are signs of the coming age. The General Manager...
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  • essay
    realizing that at times, purchase of durables has less to do with the size of the family and that’s where rural India with joint family structures, becomes an attractive proposition. 4. Role and Status Role refers to the behaviour expected of an individual and status refers to the respect given...
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