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Facets of Indian Poverty

 
Savita Sharma (Author) K.L. Datta (Author)
Synopsis This book is the result of detailed research on the theoretical and empirical aspects of the various facets of poverty in India. It contains certain hitherto unexplored areas in the measurement of poverty and presents solid facts about poverty and deprivation, which can add real substance to the ongoing poverty debate. It traces the inter-temporal movement of poverty indices during the fifty years of planned development and breaks several grounds such as poverty at sub-state level, poverty by occupation and socio-economic groups, by household size, land possession and gender and religion of the population. The consumption and poverty estimates by occupation and social groups could be of great use for the planners and policy makers to locate the target groups and for successful implementation of the poverty alleviation programmes.
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About the authors

Savita Sharma

Dr. Savita Sharma is well known for her wide and in depth studies in the field of Indian Numismatics. An alumna of Banaras Hindu University, where Late Prof. A. S, Altekar founded the Numismatics Society of India laying the foundation of serious researches in this area of historical sources, the author did her Ph.D. in 1985.

She chose an interdisciplinary topic to explore the impact of art and religion in the society on the basis of symbols on coins and seals etc. She has been contributing regularly articles and research papers in various journals and other volumes. She is presently involved in editing Dr. Parmeshwari Lal Gupta Felicitation Volume aldbg with Dr. W. D. Mac Dowell of U. K. A Fellow of Royal Numismatics Society, London (U. K.)

Dr. Savita Sharma has visited Sri Lanka, Indonesia and U. K. in connection with her academic pursuits. She is presently On curatorial staff of Bharat Kala Bhavan (a renouned museum of art and archaeology) Banaras Hindu University and is in charge of its huge coins collection.

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K.L. Datta

K.L. Datta, an officer of the Indian Economic Service, is presently the Advisor, Direcetorate of Development Planning, Ministry of National Economy, Sultanate of Oman. He has worked in different capacities in the Planing commission of India and also as Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He did his M.A. (Economics) from Calcutta University as well as from Manchester University. He has to his credit a book Facets of Indian Poverty, Concept, New Delhi.

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Bibliographic information

Title Facets of Indian Poverty
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st. Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170229588
length xxi+175p., Tables