India is well known as a nation of contrasts, and the nation itself is a paradox. It is one of the world’s oldest known civilizations, yet it has only existed as the nation the world now know sit for 67 years. Similarly, it has produced some of the most important contributions to mathematics, science, philosophy, and trade, yet it is still considered to be a developing nation. The country’s history is a long, winding journey that has led it to its current state – the world’s largest democracy featuring both the same technological advancements enjoyed by the first world and the same challenges and problems faced by the rest of the developing world.
...-economic and ethnic conflicts that frequently surface in the region. And also, Carl Dahlman & Anuja Utz (2005) conclude that outside view of India’s concern on global scale, recognizes India’s achievements, but sees a tremendous potential that is yet to be unleashed. India-led needed process of coordination and integration of the different reforms, institutional regime and combining those in the economic with the many initiatives as it to be more functional to any significant strategy. Then, We should faces the problem of illiteracy to avoid the people is going to suffer to their life anymore as well as government of India was must be provide a all aspects of a blue plan to change the poverty, stereotype and gender inequities of peoples as enter to a new general century with growth the rate of education, increase the rate of economy and the rate of poverty dropped.
India, the second highest populated country in the world after China, with 1.27 billion people currently recorded to be living there and equates for 17.31% (India Online Pages 2014) of the world's population, but is still considered a developing country due to it’s poverty and illiteracy rates. As these nations continue to grow at rates that are too fast for resources to remain sustainable, the government’s in these areas wi...
Bishnupriya Gupta is Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Warwick and has held positions at the London School of Economics, the Delhi School of Economics and the University of St. Andrews, and visiting positions at the Centre of Economic Research in Tilburg and the University of Alicante. Her research interests are mainly in economic history and development economics (Voxeu.org - Bishnupriya Gupta). In this article , published by Oxford Printing Press, the major topic is poverty and growth in India. Gupta et al's (2007) studies discuss and debate over poverty. The extent to which Indian growth has already benefited the poorest sections of the population is contentious. Per-capita income certainly remains low, and over a quarter of the population lives below the poverty line. Indeed, if we define the poor as those who live on less than $1 a day, India has one-third of the total number of the world’s poor.(See Datt and Ravallion (2002), based on calculations using the World Bank’s Poverty Monitoring database). Gupta points out about the official estimates made by the Planning Commission are based on the consumer expenditure surveys conducted by the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) in the years 1993/4 and 1999/2000. These estimates show large reductions in poverty—between 1993/4 and 1999/2000, the percentage of the population below the poverty line fell from 37 to 27 per cent in rural
India holds a prominent place in the history of imperialism and decolonization, making recent events in this country of nearly one billion especially important to the current day citizen. India also faces problems associated with accommodating religion and diversity within a large federal republic, making their experience important for Americans concerned with these issues. India faces growing action of governing which invites the use of violence to achieve political objectives. In spite of India's size and importance, it is hard for an American to gain an understanding of the issues and conflicts which have set the stage for the most recent revival of Hindu nationalism. The central feature of this new reform in Indian federal politics is the clash between Hindu and secular nationalists.
Many families in India simply cannot afford to feed their kids. Children are forced to work to help their families pay for everyday essentials, including food. These children don’t have the opportunity to receive a basic education that would enable them to become successful adults. As a result, another generation of uneducated persons is created, and the vicious cycle continues.
Education could help them; first, start from the poor kid and then to become a wealthy man. It is not only make people become rich, but it also makes students get more knowledge, feel smarter, and know what they suppose to do for their life and social. However, this author did not talk much of the affect of the country’s public school and opportunity to attain school. For example, when he discuses Retawadi, he neglects the public schools, the lack of attention of the apparatus government, and the dangers of day-to-day of each individual. Although he said “a hundred rupees for couple hours of each week for math lesson.” Education has to do a lot of a country—rights to attend school, rights to learn, etc.—effect a lot to how student going to build their life and live wealthier. In the general about education, Toyama was flawed of the effect of the technology relate with education. In fact, as when technology has come to the country, some people are lazy or do what they want such as young men who “entertained watch movies” “steal privacy information” and “accessed adult websites” when on their devices. However, on the other side like television not only tool to entertain or chill out for fun, but it could help people get out of illiteracy by show them how to talk, learn and write over the digital media. Yet many individuals in the country are suffer with no chance to
...an HDI of 0.36. These discrepancies in levels of development have led to an exodus of people, from less developed areas to the areas that have been benefitted by development. This situation seems to depict that predicted by the Dependency theory in which the developed countries progressed due to the exploitation of peripheral nations; the same seems to be happening in India. The states that are wealthier are exploiting the poorer states. It would be difficult to imagine India having the economic status that it now has, if it was not for the terrible working conditions and wages at which the Indians are willing to work and the massive work force available in the country. Now that India has seen economic growth the government should start taking care of its citizens by implementing policies that protect the labor rights of the workforce.
Since its independence in 1947, political stability has been a key factor which has ensured that India is the largest democracy in the world today. In spite ...
As a result, research and public policies are designed to try and solve the problems. Dye (2008, p 7) observed that, in the American context the problems faced by communities include; ingnorance, crime, poverty, racial conflict, inequality, poor housing and ill health. It follows that in attempting to resovle these issues there are limitations that disturb the good process of public policy for the benefit of the society. Dye (2008, p 7) said, “there are many reasons for tempering our enthusiasim for policy analysis, some of which are illustrated in the battle over education policy”. The reasons or limitaions include; limits on government power, disagreement over the problem and complexity of human behavior. Argawal and Somanathan (2005, p 13) has discussed the shortcomings to public policy in resovling economic and political issues as excessive overlap between policy making and implementation in the context of India and some of those are; excessive fragmentation in thinking and action, excessive overlap between policy making and implementation, lack of non-governmental inputs and informed debate, lack of systematic analysis and integration prior to policy-making and reforming the policy-making