Rural development refers to the execution of the programmes to uplift the economics and social structure of rural areas. Providing employment and increasing the productivity of the agricultural sector are the two primary areas that need improvement in the rural sector.
In today’s scenario, rural development continues to be the core of the overall country’s development. It has become more than two-thirds of the country’s people is dependent on agriculture for their livelihood, and one-third of rural India is still below the poverty line. Therefore, the government needs to be productive and provide enough facility to upgrade their standard of living.
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