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NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Social Science Economics Chapter 3 - Poverty

iacst-2022

The third chapter discusses the rising issue of Developing countries which is poverty. Be it an urban area or rural area. Poverty can be seen on both sides of the country. There are several reasons for poverty, such as the absence of education or lack of awareness about the developments. There is a poverty line measurement used to measure the number of poor people in a particular region at a time.

The chapter then discusses the vulnerable groups that live below poverty lines and are composed mostly of Scheduled tribes. Poverty is not confined to developing countries, and it is described in the chapter under the Global scenario of Poverty. The chapter then ends with measures being taken to end poverty.

  • The chapter talks about poverty in India and the factors related to it.
  • Both the rural and urban poor people have their issues due to which they are unable to earn income more than their average earnings.
  • The factors are numerous to state, but a few might be the absence of education, cultural issues, societal pressure, or family issues that hinder education and earnings.
  • Each country has its imaginary line that they call a poverty line based on which the calculation of poor people is done.
  • The chapter uses a table to illustrate the major groups that are affected by poverty.
  • All India survey is done every year to identify major states that have a high poverty ratio compared with the previous year.
  • The measure taken to reduce poverty has been mentioned at the end of the chapter.

 

 

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