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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 9, Part F (2020)

Rural poverty alleviation programmes: A case study of Bihar

Author(s)
Avani Kumar Singh
Abstract
Poverty estimation is significant, as it fills in as a gauge of the degree to which development and advancement are comprehensive, and as a pointer of the achievement or disappointment of systems for comprehensive development and destitution decrease. The reason for distinguishing the degree of destitution in India has developed over the long haul. Destitution is concentrated both spa-tially and among social and monetary gatherings, and those generally defenceless against neediness incorporate landless workers, minimal farmers, socially in reverse classes and individuals living in distant territories. The State government is giving a ton of accentuation to these neediness mitigation projects to support poor people. The public authorities pushed are by all accounts the correct way. Bihar has risen up out of being a moderate developing to sensibly better developing state. Despite the fact that wellbeing and agribusiness areas have been dismissed, the advancement in country nonfarm exercises has been helping in lessening neediness. Rural poverty in India is considerably higher than metropolitan destitution. In this way, destitution in India is country based and metropolitan neediness is just an outpouring of rustic destitution in the urban communities.
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How to cite this article:
Avani Kumar Singh. Rural poverty alleviation programmes: A case study of Bihar. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(9):480-482.
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