Creating development means creating goods
Kamala B. Sarup
With improved education and investment in local industries can contribute to greater productivity. For an example of how leaders can make all the difference in people's living conditions.
Indeed, we are doing enough in talking about poverty,and in taking action to combat poverty. There are some poverty alleviation programs developed. Theoretically, political leaders, and concerned authorities talked much more about our poverty and its solutions, and held several seminars and conferences on it. Each year we prioritized it in. We see the major focal point — poverty alleviation focused on even in the preamble of those plans. Open market, which we want, are the common factors of development that affects the whole system. The economic development of the people is the buzzword along with emplyment and development. First and foremost, the unemployment issues should be effectively addressed. Then the door for combating poverty and unemployment opens. Secondly, the massive programs on rehabilitation and economic development strategy have to be introduced and applied.
The brain power from the youths, intellectuals, experts and technocrats ought to be utilized for economic development. In fact, economic development in various fields should be handed over at the hands of experts and specialists with due consideration. Besides, the bad influence of job markets must be dealt with. Poverty, and unemployment are reactions to the economic crisis.
Inflation on daily consumption goods should not be high. The supply system, which has to be good. The general expenditure of the government should not be increased. The tax paid by the general public has to be utilized in productive sectors. Mainly, the economic parameters of the country has to be in a favorable position, which determines the national economy and its status. To measure the present economic system, our attitude and that of people should be immediately changed to a 'development-mind.' In the wake of unemployment, educators, planners and developers have to make sound decisions to alleviate the economic crisis."
Dr. Surendra Pradhanang said , "We have to followe the United Nations' Millennium Goal to educate and protect children and women. It has also stressed reducing poverty and providing job opportunities to women. In addition, women's colleges provide for a solid education, increasing the potential of employment opportunities in the private sector.
Thus, we need an economic revolution through the tourism industry. The growth of tourism and agricultural sector generate a substantial surplus. This can help invest for accelerating development of other sectors of the economy.