Revitalizing and Building Managerial Capability of Rural People Towards Sustainable Development

P S Ravichandran

Abstract


Education and training plays important role inempowering rural population by enabling them to meet their requirements withoutdepending on others. Every nation has charted capacity building programme toenable everyone in the community to take action to develop their skill andknowledge to achieve sustainable growth with respect to individual and community.Capacity building programme shall bestow managerial knowledge for optimumutilization of available limited resources in rural areas. Education andtraining programme shall be designed by considering the background of people sothat they take active interest in participation. The purpose of education andtraining are not only making illiterate to become literate, but also extends towide coverage of human experience.  Itprovides skills and knowledge of technology and ability to understand thechanges in environment. The paper analyzed the importance of revitalizingeducation and training to increase the managerial capability of rural people.

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