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Workforce on MGNREGA and Distress Migration: An Assessment of Western Odisha

Author : Sunil Sarbhangia | 2016
Published By: South Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies

The most revolutionary step of government of India for rural development is to introduce the largest employment generation programme of MGNREGA 2005, which maintain the workforce all over the rural India with the challenges to Minimum Development Goals (MDGs) of reducing the proportion of people who are live with less than a dollar per day and suffer from abject poverty. The present study tries to analysis the impact of the flagship programme on distress migration of rural western Odisha and how the migrants are availing the socio-economic rights at the workplace and how their future are moving toward the black hole of the society. The study was done on three district of western Odisha (i.e. Bargarh, Bolangir and Sambalpur. The author has successfully found out the challenges and also given some of the suggestion for the further references of the programme.

URL : 20170828040350.pdf

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