Innovation-Driven Sustainability Modelling for Poverty Alleviation Initiatives in Rural India: A Mathematical Approach

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Volume-4 Issue-11                           
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : Chhaya Yadav , S.P.Lal

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Chhaya Yadav , S.P.Lal"Innovation-Driven Sustainability Modelling for Poverty Alleviation Initiatives in Rural India: A Mathematical Approach"International Journal of Mathematical Trends and Technology (IJMTT),V4(11):334-343 2013. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract
Today’s world is facing many severe challenges even though it had made encouraging progresses in economic and other respects. Agriculture is one of the important sources of economic and social growth of our country. In this paper we have taken four states of India and done the modelling of innovation driven sustainability and obtained time cost ratio for innovation by different states and evaluate the average sustainability index. Finally we calculated the relative sustainability scores and given the ranking to different states. This will help to find out which state is the most sustainable

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Keywords
Sustainability, Sustainability Index, ICT, indicators, Sustainability scores.