1 Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and Inclusive Growth- A Case Study with reference to KANNOD Tehsil of DEWAS District in M.P , Dr. Suresh Patidar , Anamika Santhani and Neha PaliwalDr. Ashish Pathak, Ms. Reeta Chawla, Shailesh Kardam, Dr Sonal Bhati
In 2006, India embarked on an ambitious attempt to fight rural poverty. The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act of 2005 created a justifiable ?right to work for all households in rural India through the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme renamed the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in 2009. This promises 100 days of work per year to all rural households whose adults are willing to do unskilled manual labour at the statutory minimum wage notified for the program. After analyzing there are several findings such as impact of MNREGA on alleviating poverty, employment generation, rural development and inclusive growth. After result it is very clear that MNREGA is working very well implemented and it is changing the life of rural people. Impact of MNREGA in the rural area (Kannod) is positive as well as negative. One it is working effectively in case of employment generation, reducing poverty, reforming lands, and other positive works but on the other side it is affecting agriculture by reducing availability of manpower for agriculture work, increasing market wages etc.