The rural economy, as much as urban economy, is an integrated part of the overall Indian economy. Any talk of overall development without rural development, particularly in a country where three-quarters of people below the poverty line reside in rural areas, is flawed. Close to 70% of India still resides in rural and semi urban areas. It is in rural India that a vast potential of talent and untapped creative and intellectual energy lies.
If this group of people is not empowered, the nation as a whole cannot flourish and develop. With the focus of developing this human force, we decided to focus on three aspect of this force. First is the agricultural practices to improve production, second is better education which builds character and competence and the third is the overall health of people which includes mental and physical dimensions.