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The programme aims to alleviate the poverty we need to put our efforts from grass root level i.e.  Rural population of India is the main target group to initiate the action, the survey says

The nine important measures which should be taken to reduce poverty in India are as follows: 1. Accelerating Economic Growth 2. Agricultural Growth and Poverty Alleviation 3. Speedy Development of Infrastructure 4. Accelerating Human Resource Development 5. Growth of Non-Farm Employment 6. Access to Assets 7. Access to Credit 8. Public Distribution System (PDS) 9. Direct Attack on Poverty: Special Employment Schemes for the Poor. And while addressing it has been emphasize the issues further recommended with reasons as follows:

(i) Population Control:

Population in India has been increasing rapidly. Growth rate of population is 1.8%. For removal of poverty the growth rate of population should be lowered.

(ii) Increase in Employment:

Special measures should be taken to solve the problems of unemployment and disguised unemployment. Agriculture should be developed. Small scale and cottage industries should be developed in rural areas to generate employment.

(iii) Equal distribution of Income:

Mere increase in production and control on population growth will not remove poverty in India. It is necessary that inequality in the distribution of income should be reduced.

(iv)  Regional poverty:

In States like Orissa, Nagaland, U.P and Bihar etc. the percentage of the poor to the total population is high. Govt. should give special concession for investment in these regions. More PSU’s should be established in these states.

(v) Problem of Distribution:

The public distribution system (PDS) should be strengthened to remove poverty. Poor section should get food grains at subsidized rates and in ample quantity.

(vi)  Fulfilment of minimum needs of the Poor:

Govt. should take suitable steps to meet minimum needs of the poor e.g., supply of drinking water and provision of primary health centres and primary education.

(vii) Increase in the productivity of the Poor:

To remove poverty, it is necessary to increase productivity of the poor. The poor should be given more employment. More investment should be made in public and private sectors to generate employment.

(viii) Changes in techniques of Production:

India should adopt labour intensive techniques of production. We should have technical development in our economy in such a way that labour resources could be fully employed.

(ix) Stability in Price Level:

Stability in prices helps to remove poverty. If prices continue to rise, the poor will become more poor. So Govt. should do it best to keep the prices under control.

(x) Development of Agriculture:

The agriculture should be developed to remove poverty. Rapid rate of growth of agriculture production will help to remove urban as well as rural poverty. Agriculture should be mechanized and modernized. Marginal farmers should be given financial assistance.

(xi) Increase in the rate of growth:

Slow rate of growth is the main cause of poverty. So growth rate must be accelerated. In 2003-04 the growth rate has been 6.5% despite that 26% of population remains below poverty line.


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Satya-RESOURCE CENTER has developed a model programme considering the fact that CSR grants are there in India but in absence of proper integrated approach the grants have been becoming no
use and the funds utilised or disbursed just to complete the CSR budget target et , it is also felt the need of integrated programme approach and system infrastructure development along with group
partnering in the direction to utilized funds allocated for the noble cause and purposes -under such programmes towards getting desired outputs ,that means the realization of govt of India’s initiative
through CSR in desired , right and correct manner and also to ensure funds spending on target population in appropriate manner through` single window` system approach ( A platform where
CSR players-donor can select various nature of proposal/project and other hand NGO/trusts can get the opportunity in getting funds for their project in accordance with meeting out or quenching
Govt thrust towards true nature of programme and its implementation through right people and right model of project under corporate social responsibility programmes in india ) which also ensures equal opportunity to the stakeholders (social association /group /individual )to serve in specific nature of the demand and with broader coverage having certified programme model ,it also
ensures in avoiding ambiguity in developing pilot project model etc .by NGO at micro level , because it helps them developing proposal /project under one roof and integrated manner considering policy
, schemes and programme of Govt of India –including State Govt specific programmes objectives , therefore the specific needs for specific location for single objectives which is matching and
complementing the objectives of the programmes of the Govt.t of India or State Govt. may be served properly and realized to achieve by desired manner .

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