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[IWS] INDIA COUNTRY REPORT 2014: SAARC SOCIAL CHARTER [26 August 2014]

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School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

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INDIA

Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

 

SAARC SOCIAL CHARTER: INDIA COUNTRY REPORT 2014 [26 August 2014]

http://mospi.nic.in/Mospi_New/upload/SAARC_Social_Charter_India_Report2014_26aug14.pdf

[full-text, 158 pages]

 

[excerpts]

The objective of the Charter is to place people at he centre

of development and to direct the economy to meet the human

needs more effectively.

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The curent report, fith in the series, presents the status

of achievement on diferent social development outcomes under

diferent chapters as enumerated in the various Articles of the

Charter. The publication sketches a lucid description of the

programmatic interventions of the Government of India aimed at

raising the living standards of its citzens and providing equal

oportunites to hitherto marginalized sections of the society.

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