The failure of agriculture and economic policy content to impact rural poverty and unemployment; fair distribution of technological change.
The possibilities of cooperative farming in India are vast. Cooperative farming gives farmers the power of negotiation, backward linkage to buy agro-inputs, forward market linkage to sell their products, and access to the marketplace.
While it is far from perfect, definitely inefficient, and highly opaque, it has surely changed the lives of many. The MGNREGA, as an idea, has a lot of potential
MGNREGA has been hailed by many as the largest rural employment schemes in the world and has been credited with initiating a splendid transformation in India’s rural areas in many respects. Over the years, it has seen many changes and iterations, has had its fair share of controversies, and has also built up a sizable opposition that questions its necessity and efficiency
Later I arrived at the questions that concerned me the entire time. Why is the language dying out? Why are the native speakers so few? Why is the upcoming generation not aware of the native culture?