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Created by : Aman Chowdhary, District Program Manager, National Rural Health Mission  | 06 06 2010 07:55:41 +0000
Industry : Social Welfare & DevelopmentFunctional Area : Social Work(Others)
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Literacy is the remedy of poverty Vs Provide basic facilities to the needy
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I too agree literacy is the only remedy to remove poverty.  Due to less literacy rate there exists unemployment issues. Once everyone is educated everyone will start working and the unemployment will reduce and obviously poverty will also reduce.....   


By Sarika Singh, Assistant Professor, BIT  06 07 2010 09:15:07 +0000
 
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education alone is not the way to get job, skills and attitude to work is also required and the farmers and other skilled people are earning more than literate person get from the job, so we need to built educated literate society, not the literate uneducated society
By Sunil Bhatt, Project Research Associate, Mudra Institute of Communication Ahmedabad  06 08 2010 12:41:53 +0000
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Yes I agree, but not just litracy but proper education. Education that gives the power to determine what is right for you, what is good and bad and education that enhances your capabilities and provides complementary tools to use them. In the long run only education can remove poverty. Any kind of subsidy or free help will only make people lazy and useless and always look for help. Dr. Ambdkar wanted reservation and subsidies only as a short term measure but to day the strategy of reservation and subsidy has made those benificiary casts to look for more and more such facilities than look for a tool to earn livelyhood in an honest way. Swabhiman has just vanished. People have becoame shameless beggers.


By K LAXMINARAYANA RAO, Freelancer  | 06 09 2010 08:06:41 +0000
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Yes

But it is the vicious circle.. Poor are illiterate as they have no money,,,


By Vipin Bhasin, National Head, Hamari Property  | 06 08 2010 17:03:58 +0000
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Thanks for the referral Ms Sarika

Literacy is the remedy; once a person is literate he/she can get the facilities for themselves. If we provide facility without making any one work for it, it will encourage begging.


By Dr Ali Ahmad, Independent Health Care Consultant, Hospital Management Consultant  | 06 07 2010 17:11:56 +0000
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I also agree with.


By anil pal singh, Sales Head, suri ,automobiles  | 06 07 2010 13:55:58 +0000
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Yes Sarika literacy can get work to every one and that is only solution to remove the poverty.  The more they will study and have knowledge they will come out for the job and their self employment.  The basic is literacy and we should try to make everyone literate.


By Krishna Bhardwaj, Lyrics Writer, Freelancer  | 06 07 2010 12:24:48 +0000
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Literacy wont eradicate the Poverty... Provide them basic facilities, the reate of poverty will be reduces... unemployement is not only of illliteracy, but also by the laziness of the literates.. Govt has taken lot of steps to reduce the rate of unemployement for both literate and illiterate.... so providing basic facilities will be one of the remedy for the poverty............... Good Day!!!!
By Raghaven , Meber Talent Acquition Team, Approgence Technologies  | 06 07 2010 09:36:03 +0000
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Literacy would be the sustainable remedy of poverty. It enlightens the ideas to earn.
By Aman Chowdhary, District Program Manager, National Rural Health Mission  | 06 06 2010 07:55:41 +0000
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There are many people in our country who are very much successful even though they are not literate. It is the will power, confudence and positive thinking that takes each of us to success. How much ever educated you are, if you do not have a positive mind, you will never succeed. Not only that, these days poverty has been almost eradicated from our country compared to olden days, still there are poor people who do not have many basic facilities like water, electricity etc. I think the government and each individual can take some steps to help them. We do not have to wait for the government to take any step, if we are kind enough, we ourselves can help them. Regards, Shruth & Smith Foundation (NGO), Banshankari, Bangalore. http://www.shruthandsmithfoundation.org Landline :+91 80 -2672 0843
By Shruth & Smith Group, Owner, Shruth & Smith Foundation  | 12 19 2011 05:16:28 +0000
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if Literacy is really remedy of poverty then see in state where 100% literacy is there, u need to generate work for all and stringent labour law so that benefit are ripped on both the side
By Sunil Bhatt, Project Research Associate, Mudra Institute of Communication Ahmedabad  | 06 08 2010 09:34:16 +0000
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