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NGOs and Their Significant Works, Important Insights and Role in Rural Development

ANWESH: International Journal of Management & Information Technology

Volume 8 Issue 1

Published: 2023
Author(s) Name: Jayadatta S. | Author(s) Affiliation: KLEs Inst. of Mgt. Studies and Research, BVB Campus, Vidyanagar, Hubli, Karnataka, India.
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The scope of development in India is not narrow but broad, encompassing not just economic development but also social development, quality of life, empowerment, women’s and child development, education, and citizen awareness. A holistic vision and coordinated efforts including numerous departments, agencies, and even NGOs are essential to accomplish this. NGOs, or Non-Governmental Organizations, have more advantages working in rural regions than governmental organizations because NGOs are more flexible, specific to a given location, and committed to serving the public and community as a whole. The knowledge that little was known about the roles played by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in rural development gave rise to the idea for this study. This paper primarily examines the function of NGOs in rural development from a conceptual standpoint. It examines the meaning of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), their many classifications, their areas of activity, their role and manner of operation, and their funding sources. These non-governmental organizations play an important role in the development of society, the improvement of communities, and the promotion of citizen engagement. The study concluded by recommending that NGOs do a thorough evaluation and set criteria to ensure that required levels of management skills and quality are met while implementing projects in rural areas.

Keywords: Citizen engagement, Non-governmental organizations, Quality of life, Social development.

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