|Title:||Regional development in rural Malaysia and the "tribal question" (Occasional paper / University of Hull, Centre for South-East Asian Studies)|
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Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Published online: 12 November 2008. This has also meant that the new theoretical directions and perspectives developed in the various interrelated fields (such as ‘the New Economic Anthropology’, ‘Peasant Studies’, and Political Economy, including.
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Rural Development includes measures to strengthen the democratic structure of society through the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs). It also includes measures to improve the rural infrastructure, improve income of rural households and delivery systems pertaining to education, health & safety mechanisms. Five-year plans, specially the second five-year plan, laid special emphasis on the role of Panchayats in rural developments. An attempt is made in this paper to study the role of Panchayati Raj Institutions in rural development in general and a tribal village of a backward district in Arunachal Pradesh in particular. Keywords: Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, 73rd Amendment Act, Tribal Development, Arunachal Pradesh, Hiya Village.
The act provides a legal guarantee for 100 days of employment in every financial year to adult members of any rural household (one person in one household). The MGNREGA is expected to enhance people's livelihood security on a sustained basis by developing economic and social infrastructure in rural areas.
Rural development is a strategy designed to improve the economic and social life of a specific group of people - the rural poor. It involves extending the benefits of development to the poorest among those who seek a livelihood in the rural areas . The group includes small-scale farmers, tenants and the landless.