The problems of low productivity, low per capita income, low average household income food shortage, low average standard of living, widespread exclusion of households from the access to basic amenities of life, inflation, unemployment, human deprivation and poverty high incidence of rural indebtedness, continuous process of sub-division and fragmentation of land holdings causing rapid growth of uneconomic landholdings, ever-increasing number of landless agricultural labourers, etc.
In absolute terms, these two sections are same—being below the poverty line. It will examine how the concept of poverty cannot possibly be conclusively defined, due to the highly subjective nature of the concept.
Some of the solutions that can play great role in solving the problem of poverty are: Farmers should get proper and required facilities for good agriculture as well as to make it profitable. Lack of infrastructure means there are no industries, banks, etc.
Thus, the concept of relative poverty is completely different from Absolute poverty. As per the latest available information, the poverty line at all India level for is estimated at monthly per capita consumption expenditure MPCE of Rs Rs Poverty makes people unable to go to doctor, to go to school, how to read, to speak properly, to eat three times meal, to wear needed clothes, to purchase own house, to get paid properly for job, etc.
The all India head count ratio HCR has declined by 7. Moreover, the nation-wide Public Distribution system for food grains and other essential commodities has since been strengthened, with the revamped PDS now operating in 1, backward blocks and expected to be extended to all blocks under the Employment Assurance Scheme.