Q- What is India’s most compelling challenge?
Answer- India’s most compelling challenge is poverty reduction. Wide disparities in poverty are visible between rural and urban areas and among different states.
In the above answer, we told you about what is india’s most compelling challenge. So, the correct is that poverty reduction is the most compelling challenge for India, and today India is struggling a lot to reduce the poverty among common people. Now, we would like to tell you about some very important questions from your class 9th examinations point of view. These questions you should note down and learn properly for your class 9th socials science examiniatoions:
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India is the seventh-largest and second most populated country in the World. India has a huge population so there are several regions where the population density is very high. In this situation, there is a very big challenge for India that is ‘Poverty’. India is a developing nation its economy is growing but there is still a major challenge to India which is poverty. the major factors behind poverty are lack of education, lack of employment (source of income), etc. As in India, a large number of people are under the poverty line. There are several reasons that made ‘poverty reduction’ the most compelling challenge for India. Some of these reasons are given below:
- Due to the rise in the price of food grains, there are several poor people who cannot even afford food for them.
- Scarcity of employment opportunities for young people. There is huge unemployment in India as about 70 percent of adult people are unemployed and had to suffer to get employment.
- Due to food scarcity and food insecurity in India, most of the poor people are suffering from malnutrition.
- National Food for Work Programme
- Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojana of year 1999
- National Old Age Pension Scheme of the year 1995
- Swaranjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana that is also known as SGSY in short form.
- Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana that is also known as SGRY in short. This program was launched by the Indian government in the year 2001
- National Family Benefit Scheme that was launched by government of India in the year 1995. This program is also known as NFBS in short form.
- Rural Housing- Indira Awaas Yojana that is also known as IAY.
- Pradhan Mantri Gramodaya Yojana that is also known as PMGY in short.
- Rural Employment Generation Programme (REGP)
- Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana (PMRY)
- Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)