No doubt India is a rich country, but inhabited by poor. The paradoxical statement underlines the fact that India is very rich in material and human resources, but they are not being utilized effectively and are being exploited.

India is a country of villages. But there has been a rapid growth in the number of towns and large cities. So there has been migration of rural population to the cities and industrial urban complexes. Until and unless our efforts and planning are rural oriented, nothing appreciable can be achieved. Our main aim must be “GO RURAL” according to the words of Mahatma Gandhi.

Student Representative, Centre for Social Action

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