Inclusive Rural Development in Andaman and Nicobar Islands: A Way Forward
Dr. R V R Murthy
Empowerment, Growth opportunities, poverty alleviation, Mission Mode.
Inclusive Rural development is more specific concept than the concept of rural development. Inclusive growth is closely identified with economic growth which is distributed fairly across society and creates opportunities for all. Indeed these concepts indicate a developmental process whose result consists in the creation of proper conditions for the rural population for such purposes as: the use of land and other local resources in the pursuit of economic activities; adequate distribution of the results of economic growth in the agriculture and other sectors of the rural developments. In broader terms inclusive rural development is signify about improving the quality of life of all rural households with the help of creation of economic activity. More specifically, inclusive rural development significantly covers three different and interrelated dimensions viz., Economic, social and political dimensions. All these dimensions are equally important, but among economic activities are more significant than other two and these includes education, social justice and equal distribution of production, inter-village connectivity, road and waterways, markets, employment opportunities, agriculture and farming practices like administration and management, infrastructure civic amenities, health care and medical and specifically environmental conditions. The challenges before inclusive rural development is manifold but with committed decentralization and administration by way of improvements in education, health and sanitation in villages can help to avoid problems including providing safe drinking water and so on. The thrust areas like development of agriculture and allied activities are necessary for providing gainful employment in rural areas and for improving overall food production. Providing robust rural infrastructure and socio-economic growth opportunities for the poor people in rural areas through MGNREGA, PMAYG, SBMG & DAY-NRLM schemes has been seen as major achievement in poverty alleviation for improving their quality of life. Furthermore empowering rural enmass by providing opportunities for rural livelihood through various schemes has been launched by the Govt. of India to bring about an improvement in the
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 8

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