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Methodological Issues in Village Based Decentralised District Planning

Sankar Majumder (Author)
Synopsis Village Based Decentralised District Planning (VBDDP) is conceived as the process for changing the existing conditions of the rural people, specially the rural poor towards the best possible one which is required and also feasible but which has not been materialised so far due to several factors. To improve the condition of the people, specific resource-based needs and problems of the people are required to be studied and remedied. The active consideration of these specificities renders the job so big, so complex and so scattered that it cannot be done simply by any type of central authority. This calls for a concerted efforts of, and not merely for, the rural people in general and rural working poor in particular. The drive for development and removal of poverty through decentralised district planning may be considered as an integral part of the programme for changing the existing socio-economic structure. Realisation of these is essential for understanding the basic task of VBDDP. Major objective of VBDDP appears to be the planning for conscientisation of the rural poor for formation, development and strengthening the poor peoples’ own self-reliant and coordinated organisations which will work for planning their own society in more egalitarian and democratic way.
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Title Methodological Issues in Village Based Decentralised District Planning
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185952949
length 160p.