Vishwakarma Yojana Case Study

1.1 Introduction of Chapter
Vishwakarma Yojana is one of the innovations to Rurbanization by Government of Gujarat, which was allotted as a new project to GTU. The students and a Faculty Member meet all the responsibal in a village, survey the present amenities. Then they re-imagine and re-design the entire of the structure of the village. The students use their engineering skills to get ready detailed project reports for the infrastructure as a part of their Final Year project work. Through the Yojana, the students of GTU are success actual work experience and are able to apply their technical knowledge and performs to a real problem.
The concept of Rurbanization goals at redevelopment and new life of both the physical as well as social environment
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The idea of “urban society” to an individual’s mind, delivers hints of mixed population, opposed and unequal social classes, three-dimensional separation of residential community, limited neighbourhood networking, private class of urban poor, etc., as against a simple standardized society in rural areas. Also, “urbanism”, the method of life in urban areas in rural areas is decidedly different in culture like dress habits, recreational options, feeding pattern, social features like communication, race, sense of security, status sensitivity, etc. The required factor that sustains urbanism in an urban society is the acceptable provision of socio-cultural facilities and amenities. The rural economy is an basic part of the overall Indian economy. As majority of the poor reside in the rural areas, the major goal of rural development is to improve the quality of life of the rural people by improving life through the instrument of self-employment and income employment programs, by providing community structure facilities such as drinking water, electricity, road connectivity, health facilities, rural housing and education and promoting devolution of powers to strengthen the Panchayati raj institutions etc.Rural development is a active process, which is mainly concerned with the rural areas. These take in agricultural growth, putting …show more content…
1. About 3-4 of India's population live in rural areas, thus rural development is needed to develop nation as whole.
2. Closely ½ of the country's national income is derived from agriculture, which is major from of rural India.
3. Around 70% per cent of Indian population gets employment by agriculture.
4. Majorities of raw materials for industries come from agriculture and rural sector.
5. Increase in industrial population can be justified only in rural population’s inspiration and increasing the buying power to buy industrial goods.
6. Growing difference between the urban elite and the rural poor can lead to political

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