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Encyclopaedia of Rural Development (In 2 Volumes)

Mamta Manoram (Author)
Synopsis This publication tiled "Encyclopaedia of Rural Develeopment" deals with the elements and dimensions of rural and rurality. A global perspective has been provided to the readers. An introductory overview of rural economics, markets and select utilities is presented supported with the case study of a local plan. The typological, developmental and sociological aspects of rural community and society are discussed in detail. Besides, the subject areas of rural development have been covered with detailed reflections on historical, conceptual and infrastructural perspectives. The themes of rural entrepreneurship development are analyzed with focus on policy, strategy and future prospects. The significance of decentralization, Panchyati Raj and Gram Sabha in analyzing respective roles in village development in India are discussed. Ways of achieving integrated rural development through proper planning for strategies and actions are dealt in detail. A detailed glossary of terms, appendices, bibliography and index are given so as to make this publication useful for further research.
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About the author

Mamta Manoram

Dr. Mamta Manoram is Lecturer of Sociology at Indira Gandhi Women's College, Patna. Dr. Manoram has authored several books on Society and Development. She has also written many papers on Rural Development in Famous Journals. She is a regular contributor in reputed Newspapers and Journals.

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Title Encyclopaedia of Rural Development (In 2 Volumes)
Author Mamta Manoram
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126141005
length viii+590p., Tables; Glossary; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 25cm.