Rural Livelihood In India Essays and Term Papers

  • Rural Livelihood

    FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN INDIA Theme Paper Trends Shocks Seasonality Markets Credit Seasonal Migration Education Health Employment Infrastructure Source: NADEL-ETH, SDC – 2007 (adapted). B.N. Hiremath Professor Institute of Rural Management, Anand THE CHANGING FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS...

      5089 Words | 14 Pages   Special economic zone, Food security, Poverty reduction, Poverty

  • Rural Livelihood

    INTRODUCTION: SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOOD India’s strong economic growth has consistently tried to include the rural population, which is concentrated in areas where rain fed agriculture is the main economic activity. However poverty persists because of limited and inequitable access to productive...

      1477 Words | 5 Pages   Resource, Livelihood, Human capital, Sustainability

  • rural livelihood

    UNIVERSITY LILONGWE CAMPUS FACULTY OF CONSERVATION, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE : SOCIAL ECONOMICS OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD CODE : ERL213 LECTURE : FRANCIS UNGAPEMBE STUDENT : GIFT...

      1383 Words | 4 Pages   Land reform, Land reforms by country, Poverty reduction, Economy of Morocco

  • Rural Livelihoods

    Mar'02-May’02 Issue 31 RURAL LIVELIHOODS Kirankumar Vissa (AID Maryland) Why are they begging on the trains? When you are traveling in India, you are invariably forced to ask yourself, “What do I do when someone comes to me begging on the street or in the train?” Many say that by giving them...

      3653 Words | 13 Pages   Dowry, Women in India

  • Rural India

    dynamics and demographics of rural India make it impossible for any company to turn blind eye on rural market. The recent development in the rural market has shown us that marketers have to be innovative and novel in their thinking to tap ever increasing needs of rural India.  They may have to go beyond...

      1181 Words | 3 Pages   Bharti Airtel, Marketing

  • Crafting a Livelihood in India

    building sustainability for indian artisans CRAFTING A LIVELIHOOD / JANUARY 2013 Table of Contents Foreword Executive Summary 1 2 I. Craftspeople – The Backbone of India's Non-Farm Rural Economy Sector Overview, profile of indian artisans, crafts value chain and key challenges ...

      23674 Words | 87 Pages   Khadi and Village Industries Commission, Retail, Sustainability, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development

  • Urban India vs. Rural India

    become more capitalistic. The effects of globalization have been prominent all over the world but you can especially see the effects in modern day India. Many of the people are highly educated and they speak fluent English. Multinationals have clearly taken note of this very profitable opportunity....

      1312 Words | 4 Pages   Information technology in India, Globalization, Outsourcing, Economy of India

  • Tobacco Consumption in Rural India

    Tobacco Consumption in Rural India - Study SIBM PUne Nishant Jindal (33158 Mukesh Gudge(33153) Aditya Khanzode(33161) Sahil Rohmetra(33174) Rural Marketing [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract...

      1605 Words | 7 Pages   Gold Flake, ITC Limited, Health equity, Tobacco smoking

  • Rural Entrepreneurship in India

    Rural Entrepreneurship for Women: A Case for Wealth Creation by Africa’s Rural Poor amidst Global Financial and Economic Crises K M Baharul Islam1 Introduction: The growing emphasis on rural small and medium size entrepreneurship for economic development, especially in the context of poverty alleviation...

      5299 Words | 17 Pages   Outsourcing, Microfinance, Entrepreneurship, Empowerment

  • Rural marketing in India

    Accenture Research Report Masters of rural markets: The Hallmarks of High Performance Contents Foreword: Unleashing India’s rural multiplier effect 03 Growing business confidence in rural opportunities 05 The attractions and distractions of rural markets 09 Distinctive capabilities...

      9547 Words | 61 Pages   E-Choupal, Strategic management, Business process outsourcing, Mobile phone

  • Coco Cola Rural India

    Coca cola India Presented by: Mayank jain INTRODUCTION Invented by – Introduced on – Country of Origin – Dr. John S. Pemberton 8th May, 1886. United States Head Quarters located in Atlanta, Georgia Name Given By – Manufacturer – Frank Robinson Coca Cola Company What is Rural? Definitions...

      570 Words | 3 Pages   The Coca-Cola Company, Coca-Cola

  • Rural Finance in India

    compete in global markets; and 5. Agricultural trade: With the majority of developing country population still relying on subsistence farming in rural areas, agriculture trade and productivity gains has the potential to lift many out of poverty. Yet, the amount of domestic support provided to agricultural...

      4358 Words | 13 Pages   International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, Arbitration

  • Rural Development Programme in India

    RURAL DEVELPOMENT PROGRAMMES IN INDIA India is predominantly an agrarian country. At present 833 million (83.3 crore) of India's population lives in villages. Hence it becomes important that proportionate amount of attention and funds be spent for betterment of the rural folk. But inspite of their...

      454 Words | 2 Pages   Integrated Rural Development Program, Indira Awaas Yojana, Rural poverty

  • Rural Credit in India

    1. Introduction to Rural Credit In modern world credit has become one of the crucial inputs. The co-operative credit societies were, in the past and even now, the most important source of credit to the farmers. Since 1969, commercial banks are also financing agriculture because of `social control'...

      8886 Words | 26 Pages   Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, Security (finance), Non-banking financial company

  • Rural Mobile Market in India.

    customers, according to Emerging Rural Mobile Market in India. Mobile industry players are eyeing rural India as their new area of opportunity. The companies are encouraged by the fact that mobile users are expected to cross 230 million by 2007 end and 500 million by 2010. Rural areas are expected to drive...

      359 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Marketing-Practices-in-Rural-India

    Consumer Durables in | |Rural India | | | | | [pic] Contents [pic] Introduction 2 Indian Rural Market: 2 Recent shift in...

      2896 Words | 14 Pages   Rural area, Marketing

  • India Rural Market - Analysis

    markets in India are already crowded and saturated. • Rural India is undergoing a phenomenal changes. • FMCG & consumer durable companies, which are basically “volume targeters” need to find new market regions and/or segments to sustain their topline & bottom-line. • Companies can exploit rural market...

      260 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Rural Employment Strategies for India

    The unprecedented commitment of the present Government of India to seriously address the need for employment generation is a propitious opportunity to implement strategies for generating full employment in the country. This report, which builds upon work done by the International Commission on Peace...

      819 Words | 3 Pages   Agriculture in India, Unemployment, Agriculture, Employment

  • Organized Retail in Rural India

    Executive Summary The retail sector in India is witnessing a huge change in its retail industry as traditional markets make way for new formats such as departmental stores, hypermarkets, supermarkets and specialty stores. In this project an attempt has being made to understand the current scenario of...

      12087 Words | 34 Pages   Retail, Retailing in India, Walmart, Supermarket

  • 1197904618376 Rural poverty India

    Urban Poverty Overtaking To Rural Poverty: India Abstract India lives in rural. 70% population living in rural areas and in total we have 22% people who live below poverty line. In which 25% of the country's poor live in urban areas 31% of the urban population is poor1. This article’s main focus on growth...

      3136 Words | 8 Pages   Remittance, Microfinance, Poverty in India, Slum

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