By Tulika Tripathi
The author is Assistant Professor, Central University of Gujarat. email@example.com
It is difficult to conclude the degree of inclusiveness of growth in India as different scholars hold different opinions. Better governance and pro-poor policy, among the strategies, need to be adopted for inclusive growth.
The eleventh five year plan of India emphasised the need for more inclusive growth. It stated that the plan provides “an opportunity to restructure policies to achieve a new vision based on faster, more broad based and inclusive growth—and is designed to reduce poverty and focus on bringing down various divides that continue to fragment our society” (Towards faster are more inclusive growth: An approach to the 11th five year plan, 2006, Planning Commission). The twelfth five year plan has...