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Pmrdf To Bring Changes In Rural India
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India is a country that is still grouped into the category of third world countries. The mammoth areas wrapped with villages and the rural part of the country carries away India in the category of developing nations even now. Basically the rural part augments the urban part. Thus, it becomes necessary to work for the betterment of the rural parts of the country that lacks in many respects. Rural development is needed for the improvement of living standards of the people residing in villages and other suburban parts of the country. With all round development, our country can also step ahead to development.
The central and the eastern part of India are lying beneath the poverty level. The government tries to bring in new ways through which the development of some of the economically backward areas can be improved.
This year a new scheme is launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MORD) which focuses on reducing poverty and works on betterment of the lives of people residing in rural India. The initiative is termed as Prime Minister Rural Development Fellowship or PMRDF. PMRDF is being implemented with the help of state governments. The fellowship is held for the duration of two years in which young men and women who have achieved some level of academic and professional expertise will work as Development Facilitators to assist the district administration in the backward districts of the country. This programme is mainly built to provide development in the rural backward clusters of the regions where major improvements are needed urgently. In this duration of two years, the fellows will work under the District Magistrate with the aim of improving the marginalized section and also will work to minimize the developmental and governance shortage.
The fellowship will help students to get a degree on rural programme in which they will get to know the rural society of the country deeply. In this programme, the fellows, who are selected, will follow a strict schedule and have to conduct certain functions. The list of functions includes working with various institutions to figure out the basic knowledge of the poor and to help them get an idea about their rights and privileges. The function also includes the socio-economic analysis at the block level to grasp the needs of the people so that it can get fulfilled. Their work schedule also enlists local area planning. The fellow students are there to look after all the other poverty alleviation programmes as well. They have to cater to new innovative ideas for new projects for the upliftment of the society. Last but not the least; the feedback also needs to be collected from the people of the area where they are carrying out the rural development initiatives.
The eligibility to appear for this examination is that the person has to be a graduate from any of the recognized university of any state; and be within the age’s of22-27 at the time of application with at least 50% mark in the aggregate to be fit to sit for the entrance examination.
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