A Case Study of Non Governmental Organisations in Rural Ente Development Priyadarshi, Himank.

By: Priyadarshi, Himank
Material type: ArticleArticlePublisher: 1998Subject(s): Edi Faculty Papers | Ngos | Non Government Organizations | Redp | Rural Enterprise Development | Rural Context | Rural Entrepreneurship | Rural Entrepreneurship In Regional Conte | Entrepreneurship Research | Entrepreneurshiprch | Third National Seminar On Current Trends | Biennial Conference Papers In: Third National Seminar on Current Trends in EntrepreneurshipSummary: The process of Rural Development is complex and multidimensional. It requires multidirectional approach to improve the quality of life of weaker section which encompasses the development of agriculture and allied activities, village and cottage industries and crafts, socio-economic infrastructure, community services and facilities, and above all, productive human resources in rural sectors. These development programmes and services are rendered by various government agencies, but it is not possible for them to accomplish these goals efficaciously. Even large amounts of aid directed towards 'integrated rural development', that is tantamount to mainly rural poverty, have not substantially ameliorated the condition and prospect for the poorest people in the rural sectors. Hence, the participation of NGOs (Non-Government Organisations) in the rural development endeavours has been realised essential. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) embrace a wide array of agencies within the and across different agencies or groups which are different from government bodies. However, NGOs distinctive in containing a voluntary component and because they do not operate for profit. ...
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The process of Rural Development is complex and multidimensional. It requires multidirectional approach to improve the quality of life of weaker section which encompasses the development of agriculture and allied activities, village and cottage industries and crafts, socio-economic infrastructure, community services and facilities, and above all, productive human resources in rural sectors. These development programmes and services are rendered by various government agencies, but it is not possible for them to accomplish these goals efficaciously. Even large amounts of aid directed towards 'integrated rural development', that is tantamount to mainly rural poverty, have not substantially ameliorated the condition and prospect for the poorest people in the rural sectors. Hence, the participation of NGOs (Non-Government Organisations) in the rural development endeavours has been realised essential. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) embrace a wide array of agencies within the and across different agencies or groups which are different from government bodies. However, NGOs distinctive in containing a voluntary component and because they do not operate for profit. ...

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