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A Study About Poverty, Health, Education And Human Deprivation In India

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  • sivakumarmarimuthu

    (Chikkaih Naicker College)

  • sarvalingam

    (Chikkaih Naicker College)

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This paper deals with poverty, health, education and human deprivation among Indian States. Human development evaluates development in conglomerative perspective where as human depeivation analyse it in deprivational perspective. Deprivation in poverty, health, education lead the poor to indulge in the vicious circle. Uplifting the poor from these deprivations is imperative for overall development. This paper proposes a new formula to analyse human deprivation by the help of poverty line, illiteracy rate and infant mortality rate indicators.

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  • sivakumarmarimuthu & sarvalingam, 2004. "A Study About Poverty, Health, Education And Human Deprivation In India," HEW 0412004, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwphe:0412004
    Note: Type of Document - doc; pages: 12. useful for research sholar and development planner who are specially intrested in human development and human deprivation
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    poverty; health; education; human development; human deprivation;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare

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