A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH (A CASE OF UTTARAKHAND, INDIA)

A.C. Pandey, R. Bahuguna, M. Jamwal

Abstract


The present study about the critical analysis of rural development interventions has revealed various factors which are required to be modified and changed for achievement of its objectives for inclusive growth of the region. Rural development interventions create a healthy ground for the upliftment of the rural people by yielding various employment opportunities and infrastructure facilities. Although the roles of these organizations are highly pro-people, the extent of benefits to the beneficiaries is not as effective as it is required. It requires a strict monitoring of the programmes implemented by the rural development interventions. The Employment opportunities provided by rural development programmes and schemes are helpful to alleviate poverty but the sustainability of this employment through skill development should be ensured through management of these rural development organizations. Therefore, a strict plan for execution and monitoring of the programmes initiated by these organizations is required so as to benefit the rural people from top to lower level management to disperse a smooth inter and intra communication among the employees and beneficiaries.

 

Keywords: Inclusive growth, Sustainable development, Synergy, Equity

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