Inclusive Growth Of Odisha In Special Reference To Kalahandi District

A Guru, K Misra, A Patel
2017 AGU International Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities)   unpublished
The idea of inclusive growth seems to be taking precedence. The focus of the government in recent years has shifted from promoting incredible India to building inclusive India. Inclusive India can vanish poverty and other social and economic disparities. Our country is far from reaching its true potential. The country remains shackled in corruption, age old social barriers and many social evils. Inclusive growth is necessary for sustainable development and equitable distribution of wealth and
more » ... ion of wealth and prosperity. Inclusive growth is the biggest challenge in a country like India. Particularly it is a biggest challenge for states because they are contributing in the inclusive growth. So we can not undermine their role. This paper tries to reveal that the need of inclusive growth is more felt in the backward region of the country. Elimination of child labour, women empowerment, removal of caste barriers and an improvement in work culture are just a few of the things the Indian society needs to introspect on. The agricultural,industrial and social sector development can bring some changes in backward areas. This mammoth task cannotbe done by government alone. Industry and civil society must partner with government to drive inclusive growth.