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Shades of Inclusion and Exclusion in India

R.B.S. Verma (Editor) Raj Kumar Singh (Editor) Pooja Verma (Editor)

The well-researched essays on inclusive development in Indian society delve into the meaning of inclusive development and evolution of the concept. With an overview of inclusive development in post-independence India, they explore the systems in place and mechanisms to facilitate inclusive development. They examine issues relating to food security, the spread of poverty, promotion of health, employment-related problems, education, and development of women, particularly constraints for women in entrepreneurship. They discuss the state of the tribes, especially the spread of Naxalism in areas of certain states and the conflict in Kashmir. They deal with the role of credit in motivating inclusive growth in the sector of agriculture and ways of ensuring social inclusion through development of entrepreneurship especially among the marginalised.

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About the author

R.B.S. Verma

R.B.S. Verma, Professor and Head Department of Social Work at the University Lucknow, is a very senior teacher, researcher and educational administrator. He is recipient of Indira Gandhi NSS Award from the Government of India. Supervisory Management, Child Labour in India (English), Bharat Mein Karmik Prabhandh Evam Audyogig Sambandh, Audyogig Adhikshan and Samaj Karya Ke Kshetra (Hindi) are the five books earlier published by him. His areas of interest include human resource management, social welfare administration, social change and social research.

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Title Shades of Inclusion and Exclusion in India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789380685489
length 581p., Illustrations; 23cm.