(MAP) Interactive Map of Bundelkhand.
Jalaun (Uttar Pradesh) : Travel to Jalaun, Lalitpur and Hamirpur, three of the seven districts that make up Uttar Pradesh’s extremely backward Bundelkhand region, and this is the harsh reality that unfolds for its women: They always play second fiddle to men, their caste determines their social status, they are largely illiterate and their entire existence is confined to the four walls of the home.
If they do to step out, it is either to make endless trips to fetch water from a distant source or to work as agricultural labour to supplement their meagre household incomes.
Good rainfall this monsoon season in Bundelkhand region of the state has brought some cheer at a time when the region has been reeling under drought-like situation for the past five years.
as you know Bajaj Hindustan is opening a Power PLant in our Lalitpur area capacity is 1980 MW, which is very largest power plant in the Bundelkhand area.If this plant is run successfully, employment rating will be increasing in Lalitpur dist. and education standard will also hike.Our marker standard will increase. farmers problem will also be short out.
My suggestion is one integrated steel plant should be open in near lalitpur area which will be support to unemployment to our new student.
After launching the doorstep-delivery system for supply of foodgrains to BPL
families in Sonbhadra, Mirzapur and Chandauli districts, the Food and Civil
Supplies department is now planning to extend the scheme to Jhansi, Banda,
Lalitpur, Mahoba and Sitapur districts in Bundelkhand region.
Observing that Ken-Betwa link project would pose a threat to tigers of the Panna National Park, Union Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh has raised objections over two development projects in Bundelkhand.
The much lauded schemes like MGNREGS and Public Distribution System (PDS) have failed to benefit the poorest Dalit households in Bundelkhand region. According to a survey, over 52 per cent of the poor and needy households in the backward region of Bundelkhand did not get a single day of employment under the MGNREGS last year. The average number of days of work under MGNREGS in Bundelkhand is barely 20. This number is 21 days in Chitrakoot district, 19 days in Banda, 9 days in Mahoba, 26 days in Hamirpur and 31 days in Lalitpur district. In PDS scheme also, 63.5 per cent of the poor Dalit families in the region have no access to PDS grains in any category.