Development | VOL. 9, ISSUE 57, November-December 2009 |

Rural Electrification in India: Exploring Possibilities

Rural electrification is viewed as the key component for accelerating rural development. It is essential to cater to requirements from agriculture and other important activities including small and medium industries, khadi and other village industries, health care services, educational facilities and the communication and information technology. However, a large section of the rural population in India is still bereft of electricity required to light their homes, let alone promote enterprise. To combat this, under the National Common Minimum Programme (CMP),...

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