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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

We report from a field experiment that randomly provides access to a bank account to a representative sample of villagers in rural India. However, the recent paradigm shift towards rights-based legislations may have hit the right chord with its self-targeting mechanism. There is a long lasting debate on whether technology destroys environment, or they go hand in hand with it. These case studies have been picked up from various states including Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal and serve as representative specimens of how the benefits of the scheme have been leveraged to improvise upon the natural resources and public goods. Not but the least I would like to congratulate him for such marvelous work through this book. However, take-up of this scheme, especially by socially excluded groups, has been low due to a lack of knowledge and support. It acts as a growth engine for sustainable development of agriculture economy and empowerment of rural poor through the process of rights-based law and new ways of doing occupation.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in ... By Kush Verma

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

The aim of this paper is to see whether the creation of such productive assets in both public and private lands can reduce dependency of the people on the act, such that government can effectively reduce the burden on the subsidies, instead of attempting to try dilute the act to the poorest 2500 block. Social Audit and Community Empowerment in West Bengal9. Participation of women and socially backward groups has been exceptionally high. Chapter 5 is a depiction of his extensive work in creating the green neighbourhood and connecting each other to create walkable and pedestrian friendly Jamshedpur. Most of our cities are having uncontrolled urban sprawl where land use and density are being compromised. A multifaceted developmental strategy has been adopted to address the needs of the poor by ensuring their basic rights and to promote economic growth.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

This volume of case studies is the culmination of an intensive documentation exercise done by a very talented pool of researchers. Access to formal banking is spreading across the world. As recently as in 2009—10, India was home to 355 million people living in poverty out of whom 278 million or 78 percent were in rural areas. He has sequentially arranged the order and able to narrate in a formal way explaining the technicalities through examples and case studies. However, after sixty-five years, around one-fourth of its population lives in poverty. In this article, we draw together two dominant threads of scholarship, which have emphasized the social and institutional dimensions of democratic deepening respectively, to develop an analysis of local political change through the conceptual lens of the public domain. This has caused a shortage of farm labour and consequently, an upward push in agricultural wages.

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Dr. Bishnu Prasad Mohapatra

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

She has gained the respect of the other villagers through her hard work and uses her earnings to breed goats. The argument to develop and implement strategies to reduce poverty by increasing productive employment opportunities in rural areas is compelling. If yes, through which mechanisms? Chapter 2 briefs the concepts used in global green cities like London, Paris, and Barcelona with measures taken to make it more walkable, cyclable and livable cities in the world. Bishnu has 15 years of work experience and 20 numbers of publications in Books and Reputed Journals. The more you respect mother earth more you learn to design organic built form and try to be associated with nature. It will argue that the implementation performance of the scheme has been fairly good, despite the abysmal performance of the state government with previous employment schemes.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

According to constructed standard of living index, the living standard of beneficiary agricultural labourers was found far better than their counterparts. We are probably in the most peaceful and advance stage of development since the beginning of human evolution on the earth. There is no doubt that futuristic prediction has hardly ever stood valid in recent history. The comparative study stands on total 218 purposively selected agricultural labourers and above this 109 agricultural labours were selected from beneficiary households and rests of the samples were from non-beneficiary counterparts. This paper presents the empirical findings of implementation of the Provisions of Panchayat Exte.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

This paper mainly focuses on the achievements made by the scheme so far and also to highlight the various constraints of this scheme in Sikkim. . The last section brings together certain observations that are relevant for further research and policy measures. Today she and 2-3 other families use the water to irrigate their land. As in Kashmir society most of the rural poor are largely dependent on the prospects of agriculture sector which is facing the problems of productivity in absolute and relative terms in contemporary times because of climatic and other environmental and socio-cultural concerns. We need to have passive strategies towards respecting the site topography, orientation, climate, appropriate material and technologies which lead to sustainability.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

She has twenty years of work experience in Social Development Sector especially in Planning, Monitoring Research and Training. Mixed use, small self contained communities and neighbourhood required to ensure high quality of life with all inclusive, equitable approach for accessible, safe and low carbon footprint. In this context, a main objective of this paper was to understand how the Panchayats are institutionalised and made functional in these areas based on the field data collected from two tribal scheduled area districts Sundargarh and Koraput. Phone: 8374433581 Address: Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Hyderabad, India Abstract The functioning of Panchayats in the tribal areas has received fresh impetus due to incr. This volume of case studies is the culmination of an intensive documentation exercise done by a very talented pool of researchers.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

The key factor in determining such a shift was the political commitment of the state's chief minister. So-called rat-hole coal mining has resulted in environmental degradation as well as in the loss of lives of miners, most of whom are from outside the state. The deteriorating environmental and living issues are minutely examined and author eloquently proposes mitigation and remedies at micro level. Most of developing nations are approaching 0. He has academic experience including experiences in Research, Teaching and Capacity Building.

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Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

Community Governance in India: Case Studies in MGNREGA

A vast majority of these individuals are marginal farmers and landless labourers whose incomes are insufficient to support their family. For long, they have been dependent on casual wage works involving migration — seasonal or on a long-term basis. The idea in my mind got changed is Urban Planning can help solve the infrastructural and environmental problems. The choice of works suggested in the Act addresses causes of chronic poverty, like drought, deforestation, soil erosion, and so on, so that the process of employment generation is carried out on a sustainable basis. While many analysis exist on its impact and implementation faults, scant attention has been dedicated to how political dynamics influence its implementation.

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