Village Development Boards (VDBs) in Nagaland
AbstractThe article describes the constitution and functions of Village Development Boards (VDBs) in NAGALAND where VDBs are considered as “Financial Intermediaries” or “Non-Banking Financial Intermediaries”. They are integrating the ever important credit mechanism in the rural areas for fostering the economic development process.
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village Development; Boards; VDBs; financial intermediaries; non-Banking; financial internediaries; rural areas; economic development; constitution; functions; Nagaland; literacy ratio; Governance Systems; Indian Constitution; resources; Micro-Financing Activities; Constitution;
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- NEP-CWA-2009-08-16 (Central & Western Asia)
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