Integrated Rural Development and Management by D D Gupta, P K Das, A K Mallick, A Dutta, R Goswami And N Ali
Since independence, our country has witnessed relentless experimentation with rural development and these efforts are manifested through a metamorphosis of intervention strategies and evolving institutional arrangements. Integrated Rural Development envisions all encompassing prosperity of rural communities and has come to be recognized as the only proposition for sustainable prosperity of rural India. Systems approach and systems thinking—what is now commonly called holistic approach— in both theory and practices, is a precursor to integrated development. This idea has also been central to the Indian Philosophy. The present book draws on this point and seeks to bring together the thoughts of experts — academicians, practitioners, rural administrators, etc – in an attempt to synthesize them to prepare a comprehensive blue-print to improve the health of rural development in India.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Agriculture Extension.
Table of Contents:
Natural Resources Management and Environmental Issues
Education and Rural Health
Women and Child Development
Rural Development Programmes and Management
Institutional Issues in Rural Development