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TRANS Asian Journal of Marketing & Management Research (TAJMMR)
Year : 2018, Volume : 7, Issue : 1
First page : ( 154) Last page : ( 162)
Online ISSN : 2279-0667.

Inclusive growth-a panacea for poverty

Dr. Thomas Sherly*

*Professor, Department of Economic, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore, India. Email.id: stambattu@gmail.com

Online published on 9 February, 2018.

Abstract

The Committee computed new poverty lines for rural and urban areas of each state. The Committee is expected to submit its report by 2014. While private expenditure on education and health was covered in the base year 1973–74, no account was taken of either the increase in the proportion of these in total expenditure over time or of their proper representation in available price indices. The poor economic position was further aggravated due to the escalating price of food products. Large cross-sections of the population remained outside the sphere of growth. It was at this time emphasis was laid on inclusive growth. The recognition of the need for more inclusive growth by our planners is a welcome shift in emphasis from mere increase in growth rates to improvements in standard of living of those below the poverty line through employment opportunities as well as better delivery systems to intended benefits by intended beneficiaries, (Gandhi, 2008). This system has very vast scope in supplying the required food to the growing population. By strengthening and reforming PDS, inclusive growth can be exercised and all those below poverty line can be raised to a higher level. The introduction of food security bill also will help in removing hunger and poverty from our economy. Many vegetables can be dried and stored up. Vegetables like ladies fingers, cluster beans, amaranth, bitter gourd, green chilies, goose berry, mangoes, etc can be dried and kept. This also is a step towards food security. Any programme to be successful needs the co-operation of people, NGOs, local government along with the government body.

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Keywords

Undernourished, Malnutrition, Organization, Necessary.

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