USE OF REMITTANCE IN HISTAN VDC
A COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT STUDY SURVEY
PRESENTED FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
SCHOOL OF ARTS
IN PARTIAL FULTILMENT FOR DEGREE OF
MASTER OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMETN RESEARCH
SUBMITTED SIMPLY BY:
ROLL ZERO: 16
GRASP OF ART (DEVELOPMET STUDIES)
DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
SCHOOL OF ARTS
THE FALL OF 2013
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This research would be incomplete and fewer beneficial and fruitful without the helping hands of various professors, friends and families. Dozens of are properly acknowledged for help and assistance.
My spouse and i express my personal thanks to the Dr . Mahesh Banskota, Dean of Kathmandu University School of Arts, for his constantly guiding and monitoring and encouragement through the course and semester.
In the same way my deepest thank to Dr . Dhiraj Giri who also constantly leading and correcting various paperwork of mine with focus and treatment. He features taken soreness to go through field trip to Myagdi. My personal Special appreciate to Dr Sagar Raj Sharma, Head of Department of Creation Studies Programme for his encouragement and guidance through the entire semester. I wish to express my own sincere gratitude to the respondents of Histan VDC. Also, I was thankful to guides and support personnel from community lodges and home stay in Histan without whom info collection method would have under no circumstances been successful.
I must remember my local freinds Parthistha Koirala, Prapti Adhikari, Raj Jung Thapa, Gaurav Aryal, Achal Raj Satyal, Samrat Raj Adhikari and Shruti Pandey motivating constantly.
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Migration is the activity of people around international restrictions has gigantic implications intended for growth and poverty pain relief in the two origin and destination countries. Remittances, the portion of migrant workers raring sent home to their families, have been a vital means of economical support for generations. Nepal is top five countries intended for receiving remittance in terms of GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT. Nepal GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT is highly depending on remittance; nearly 23 percent share in GDP by remittance.
The direct influence of remittance to nation's GDP would be only one side of the whole story, while the other side might clarify just how this global phenomenon has indirectly led to poverty lowering, employment generation, increasing residence hold income and capital formation inside the nation. NLSS data around the uses of remittances claim that most of the remittances depart in regular costs like intended for food, protection and clothes rather than since capital expenditure which could possess productive areas.
This examine explores both research questions: what are the situations of Migrant worker/family? And exactly what are the areas of expenditure of remittance?
The key objectives on this study are to understand socio-economic background of the residents in Histan VDC and to give attention to the areas of expenditure of remittance of migrant relatives. This statement is mainly seen in 6 different chapters- Introduction, Books review, Research Methodology, Info Presentation in two portions related to general background from the respondents and findings related to migrants and remittance, Info Analysis and Conclusion. Chapter-I chapter explain the general history of the matter. Basically, this chapter looks at overall position related to matter. It handles statement of problem. Chapter-II explains books review of strongly related the topic. First part handles background and migrant trend. There after, Remittance background in Nepal and Growing Countries and ultimately examines the NLSS survey 2010/11 when it comes to use of remittance.
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Chapter-III Research technique where describe about research area. Further more, it talks about about info collection method and sample procedure. Additionally, it includes options for data and analysis approach.
Chapter-IV works with data business presentation. In this section first overall data and status of total home and second of all...
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