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Rural development in the North-Eastern Region of India: Constraints and prospects

@inproceedings{Mishra1999RuralDI,
  title={Rural development in the North-Eastern Region of India: Constraints and prospects},
  author={Sudhanshu K. Mishra},
  year={1999}
}
The rural subsystem of the NER economy consists of some 35 thousand villages inhabited by over 32 million people who constitute about 85 percent of the total population in the region. Of approximately 10.6 million main workers in the NER economy, about eight million workers are directly engaged as cultivators or agricultural labourers. The land-base of the rural economy in NER is not much promising. Infrastructure facilities in the region are inadequate. There is not much prospect for setting… 

Agro-Economic Indicators—A Comparative Study of North-Eastern States of India

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Poverty and Inequality in Rural Assam An Indicative Study of Seven Villages in Udalguri Subdivision, Assam (India)

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NATURE AND MAGNITUDE OF RURAL INDEBTEDNESS IN NAGALAND

  • Economics
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The rural population in India is faced with many socio-economic problems and one such problem is high incidence of indebtedness, which is the result of perpetual poverty. Still we feel the crunch of

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