Rural development in India A strategy for poverty alleviation in India

Authors

  • Sachin Patel Research Scholars,Department of civil engineering, Sardar Patel College of engineering Bakrol
  • Romin Saliya Research Scholars,Department of civil engineering, Sardar Patel College of engineering Bakrol
  • Harsh Patel 3Research Scholars,Department of civil engineering, Sardar Patel College of engineering Bakrol.
  • Jugal Mistri Research Professor,Department of civil engineering, Sardar Patel College of engineering Bakrol.

Keywords:

Rural development, Agriculture products, rural development strategies, Indian economy.

Abstract

There is a growing interest in employing renewable energy conversion systems for supplying power to Rural
households in India. Such systems have to be designed with maximum efficiency and with minimum intermediate stages. In
this context, modications are proposed for two commonly used rural household appliances; the wet-grinder and the doughmaker for Net zero energy Homes (NZEH).

Published

2017-03-25

How to Cite

Sachin Patel, Romin Saliya, Harsh Patel, & Jugal Mistri. (2017). Rural development in India A strategy for poverty alleviation in India. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 4(3), 510–511. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/2094

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