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“ROLE OF NGO’S IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION OF SELF EMPLOYMENT”

 

 

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Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for qualifying

POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT (PGDRD)

Indira Gandhi National Open University

Maidan Garhi,

New Delhi – 110068

 

TITLE OF THE PROJECT:

“ROLE OF NGO’S IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION OF SELF EMPLOYMENT”

 

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO TOPIC:

 

The success of the Rural Development depends upon the active participation and willing co-operation of the rural people through self-help organizations and NGO’s.

 

ROLE OF NGO IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT:

Alleviation of poverty has persistently been on the agenda of the government. Various programmes with contrasting methodologies have been tried, whopping funds expended, yet the poverty yet the poverty seems indomitable.

 

NGO’s objectives of Development & Promotion of Employment:

  • To create equalities among the various communities
  • To promote the standard of living
  1. RATIONALE FOR THE STUDY

The main purpose of this research is to determine the Role of NGO’s in Rural Development. The NGO’s has assumed greater significance, in the recent past, as a response to the failure of the Top down, welfare oriented approaches to the rural development programmes. In recent years, development agencies, decision makers, and officials increasingly laud the role of NGOs in Rural development for any development programmes particularly.

 

  1. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

Fixing the objective is like identifying the star. The objective decides where we want to go, what we want to achieve and what is our goal or destination.

Every study is carried out for the achievement of certain objectives.

 

 

  1. RESEARCH MEHDOLOGY

 

 

Sample Size

A survey of approximately 75 from below districts of Delhi.

Mundka           :           25

Najafgarh        :           25

Kanjhawala    :            25

 

DATA COLLECTION METHODS:

The data will be collected using both by primary data collection methods as well as secondary sources.

 

Primary Data:

Secondary Data: 

Sampling Technique:

The selection of respondents was done on the basis of convenience sampling (Non- Probability).

Stastical Tools:

 

MS Word and MS Excel

 

METHOD USE TO PRESENT DATA:

 

  1. LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

No study is complete in itself, however good it may be and every study has some limitations.

 

7. CHAPTERISATION

 

Detailed/final Project Report will include the following chapters

Chapter –I                 Introduction

Chapter –II                Objective and scope of study

Chapter –III              Methodology

Chapter –IV              Descriptive work

Chapter –V                Study report

Chapter –VI              Conclusion

Chapter-VII              Findings

Chapter –VIII           Limitations

Chapter –IX              Recommendation

Chapter –X                Bibliography

Chapter –XI              Appendix-1

 

(Questionnaire prepared for conducting study will be attached and other papers which have not been mentioned above will be  included,  if required)


  1. REFERENCES
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  2. Deepti, Agarwar. (2001). “Empowerment of Rural Women in India” , Social Welfare, vol.48, No.4, July, Pp. 3-4 Devasia, Leelamma. (2001). “Rural Women’s Empowerment: A Grass Root Level Experiment”. Social Welfare, Vol.48, No.4, July, Pp. 5-10.
  3. Gurumoorthy, T. R. (2000). “Self Help Groups Empower Rural Women”, Kurushetra, Vol.48, No.5, February, p. 36-39.
  4. Narasimhan, Sakuntala. (2006). “Empowering Women: An alternative Strategies from Rural India” , New Delhi, Sage Publications.
  5. Rao, Vasudeva D. and A.P. Rao. (2000) “Swaskti Bank – Of the community, By the Community, For the Community”, Rural Welfare, August,Pp.3-8
  6. Sinha, Kalpana (ed). (2000 Empowerment of Women in south Asia, AMDISA and SAARC. Hyderabad. Sivasubramanian, M.N. (2005). “Credit Based Poverty Alleviatin Programme: Innovative Approach”, Kurushetra, Vol.48, No.2, November, Pp. 37-41.
  7. Sundari S. and N. Geeta. 2000. “Povert, Credit and Micro Enterprises: A Gender Study, Kurushetra, Vol.49, No.2, November, Pp.26-35 Vijaya Kumar, S. 2002. Devadasis – Social Problems in India – Series 1, National Commission for Women, Hyderabad: Council for Social Development (memio)