Essay on Rural

Rural Entrepreneurship-Opportunities and Challenges

The rural population constitutes a major segment in India. The livelihood strategies of this vast segment depend primarily on agriculture and allied activities. Growth in this agriculture sector has shown a declining trend during the last one decade. This has made a huge impact on the domestic production, employment, etc. These problems can be tackled, […]

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We Need Drinking Water and Not Coke and Pepsi in Rural India

Now a days irony of the situation in our country is that in our rural areas proper sanitary, clean drinking water is not there, but because of aggressive marketing the products of the soft drinks major have reached these places. Any small shop in remotest of the rural area will have these companies products. While […]

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The discourse of the rural idyll masks poverty and social exclusion

‘There is a danger that in the future there will be literally thousands of areas in Europe with a population over the age of 60 and no services: no post offices, no banks, no shops, no bakeries, nothing .. . Without specific measures to combat exclusion, to promote rural development and improve public services we […]

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Soft Drinks in Rural Market in India

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN INDIA. In India, the Coca-Cola and Pepsi soft drink brands suffered a setback in August of last year due to a product contamination scare. Both have cut profit margins to the bone in order to fend off competition from low-priced local fruit drinks. Indian consumers are accustomed to drinking a variety of […]

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The significance of the rural landscape in Silas Marner

George Eliot, the author of Silas Marner became dubious about her religious faith. This lack of faith is reflected in the absence of religious importance in Raveloe. The strong beliefs of Eliot’s father and brother are similar to that of Dolly Winthrop’s who, in relatively unreligious surroundings, is religious herself. The writing of prose allowed […]

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Analysis of felda jengka settlement analysis

Pick any rural country that you are familiar with. Describe its socio economic background including approximative broadband incursion. Describe businesss that are bing at that place, demographics and geographicss lay out including major edifices and geographical locations. What are rural countries? Harmonizing to an online beginning, the definition of rural countries is countries that are […]

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Lfe Report

Live-in- Field Experience (LFE) Summer 2010 LFE-201 Prepared for Asst. prof. Talim Hossain School of social science and humanities Independent University, Bangladesh Prepared by Sajal karmaker ID# 0720381 Group#04 Date of Submission: 27-07-2010 LFE summer 2010 Independent University, Bangladesh Live-In- Field Experience Summer-2010 Location: Rural Development Academy,Bogra Area of work: Ramnagar Village Para name: Sarkar […]

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The Determinants and Impacts of Income Diversification in Rural Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES THE DETERMINANTS AND IMPACTS OF INCOME DIVERSIFICATION IN RURAL ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF COMMUNITTIES IN SOUTHERN NATIONS, NATIONALITIES, AND PEOPLES REGIONAL STATE A thesis submitted to the School of Graduate Studies of Addis Ababa University in Partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science […]

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Managing Infertility Among Women in Rural Parts of Kisumu by

MOI UNIVERSITY – MAIN CAMPUS SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY MANAGING INFERTILITY AMONG WOMEN IN RURAL PARTS OF KISUMU BY JAJ ALVINE OTIENO A RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT FOR DEGREE IN SOCIAL STUDIES (SOCIOLOGY) Table of Content List of Figures Figure 1Kisumu District 2006-2008 infertility record Figure 2Prevalence of […]

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Saints, Scholars and Schizophrenics: Mental Illness in Rural Ireland

The people of Ballybran parish are located in southwest Kerry, which is in Ireland. All there is in this small rural county town is a school, chapel, cemetery, three pubs, some good shops, the forge, a guest house, two graveyards and three churches that are in ruins. (Scheper-hughes ,19) It is a small rural village […]

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Importance of Rural Marketing in India

Why Rural Market is so Important? Rural market has following arrived and the following facts substantiate this. •742 million people •Estimated annual size of the rural market •FMCG Rs 65,000 Crore •Durables Rs 5,000 Crore •Agri-inputs (incl. tractors) Rs 45,000 Crore •2 / 4 wheelers Rs 8,000 Crore Opportunities: •Infrastructure is improving rapidly. •In 50 […]

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