Implementation of financial inclusive schemes for the sustainable development of the rural economy with reference to S. Kotturu village Andhra Pradesh, India
Gowsya Shaik, T Satish Kumar
Financial Inclusion is entity of the majority vital guiding principle options to full fill social needs and financial needs across the country. The most important primary objective of the country is to give financial services to the economically backward people. In this contrast of the scenario to know the various schemes of financial inclusion which were initiated by the Central Government of India. Financial inclusion is the well-recognized in India’s development Strategy. Still in India 22%of the population are live below the poverty line (Dr. Anurag B. Singh, Priyanka Tandon). In India enlargement with fairness has been central objective of the Planning development. This paper mainly discusses about the financial inclusion schemes which were available to the India and their influencing on rural households for development of rural economy.