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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Mar 3, 2015

What is Vulnerability of poverty?

Vulnerability is a measure, which describes the greater probability of certain communities of becoming, or remaining, poor in the comi...

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Feb 28, 2015

What are the dimension of poverty?

The dimensions of poverty are :
Landlesness, unemployment, helplesness, size of ...

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Mar 22, 2015

 Explain how the poverty line is estimated in India? 

The poverty line is estimated in India in following ways:

Income Method: A person is considered poor if his or her income falls below a given m...

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Feb 28, 2015

what does 'social exclusion' means?

Social Exclusion is the state of living in very poor conditions and excludede from facilities, benefits and oppurtunities that others enjoy.
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Asked by Kiruba Karan

Dec 15, 2014

What is mass poverty?

Mass poverty means that the majority of the people are living without the basic essentials such as food,money,shelter ,clothing and basic necessities.

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Mar 3, 2015

Explain Human Poverty.

A general scarcity of basic necessities of life is called poverty.
The basic necessities include food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, sanitation, etc.
Some of the iss...

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Feb 28, 2015

What is the trend of poverty estimates since 1973?

There is substantial decline in poverty ratios in India from about 55% in 1973 to 36 % in 1993.
The propotion of people below poverty line further came down to about 26% in ...

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Asked by Anuj Manoj Kumar

Feb 15, 2015

What are the causes for widespread poverty in india ? 

Major reason of poverty is unemployment

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Asked by Ritik Ranjan

Feb 28, 2015

How is poverty viewed by social scientists?

Poverty is a state in which people do not have sufficient income to fulfill the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter.
Poverty as seen by the social s...

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Asked by Sejal Singh

Jan 3, 2015

What is inter-state disparity?

The distribution of poor  people in India is uneven.
Poverty is declining in Ind...

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