by Evaluation & Monitoring Division, Planning & Development Dept., Govt. of Assam in [Dispur] .
Written in English
|Series||Report ;, no. 105, Report (Assam (India). Planning and Development Dept. Evaluation and Monitoring Division) ;, no. 105.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 87/60133 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||87906878|
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i.e. consumers, shareholders, suppliers, creditors, infrastructure builders and the Government of Assam. The schemes like externally aid project, rural electrification, accelerated power development and reform programme (APDRP) which are yet being executed under Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB). Status of Rural Electrification in Madhya Pradesh The economy of a developing country depends on growth in industry, agriculture, service, information & technology and infrastructure sector. The major input required for the growth of these sectors is power or electricity. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION STRATEGY COMPONENTS •Goals:by , all villages will have access to electricity of different forms; and the year % of all rural H’Holdswill have access grid quality electricity. •Main components of the Rural Electrification Strategy: expansion from the existing stand-alone, Mini-Utility Systems. Rural electrification in India. The third issue is access to electricity in rural areas. As noted in Section 1, electric supplies to the rural areas in the nation are critically important in terms of both economic and social benefits since around 70% of India's total population live in the rural areas. 7 Here a cautionary note is necessary about the definition of by:
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