Poverty and Development Programmes in India

By Rishi Muni Dwivedi

India inherited a dismal economy from the British rulers at the time of Independence in 1947. Even after almost six decades of developmental efforts, India is a low-income developing economy, facing the twin formidable problems of unemployment and poverty. This book explains and examines various programmes and schemes of the Government of India to improve the living conditions of the vulnerable sections of Indian society and comments on their implementation. In all, 60 programmes and schemes, categorized in 9 theme parts, have been included in this volume.

450 pages

Publication Date: 7/20/2005
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9788177080889

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