Rural Development of Pakis

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tan Rural Development of Pakistan CSR Project

Submitted to: Sir Uzair farooq Submitted by: M.Azeem khan MBO-20

Comsats University, Lahore

Rural Development of Pakistan Introduction Pakistan after gaining independence during 1947 inherited a vicious cycle of century-old poverty. The people were living in the scattered and interior villages with low subsistence level. The problem of reviving of rural life came into picture due to mass poverty, population, increase, stagnation in agricultural production neglect of various social services, wide gap and the disparity in the income distribution and non-adopting trend for modern technology. Deprived of basic needs
The rural sector contains a predominant proportion of our total population which is deprived of basic necessities of life as health, better a higher education, transportation and communication facilities healthy drinking water and electricity etc.

Why it is necessary for Pakistan?
Over four-fifths of the population of Pakistan lives in rural areas. Their per capita income is much lower than those who live in urban areas. But there is shortage of capital in the country and development is necessary. Thus if we want to develop Pakistan then development of rural are have to be considered at all cost. Current Scenario
Although efforts were made since independence (1947) to develop the rural.The high rate of population growth over weighs our gains, besides 50 per cent of our children dropout of the school

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