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NGOs in India: Role, Guidelines and Performance Appraisal

Puran Chandra (Editor)
Synopsis NGOs or NGDOs are basically voluntary organisations other than cooperatives, Self-Help Groups (SHGs) etc. Voluntary organisations, known for their virtues of human touch, dedication, great initiatives, self-reliance, contextual innovations, flexibility, togetherness with community and ability to reach the masses in the most effective manner are now considered partners of government in its all endeavours concerning needy, poor, children and women and their environment. Of late, it has been noticed that some NGOs are proving to be self-centred instead of mass-centred which these ought be. The present compilation discusses some pertinent issues highlighting NGOs in India, e.g. emergence, growth, role and performance appraisal. Undoubtedly, this will serve as good reference tool to all concerned.
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About the author

Puran Chandra

Puran Chandra is a researcher and journalist, having his postgraduation in Political Science and Economics along with other professional training. His recent publications viz. Determinants of World Politics and World Politics: Theories & Approaches etc. were widely acclaimed amidst academic circle. Currently, he is engaged with his doctoral research.

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Bibliographic information

Title NGOs in India: Role, Guidelines and Performance Appraisal
Author Puran Chandra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187606819
length ix+294p., 23cm.