Rural Health and Environment Issues in India

  • Monika Jain Bar Council of India, New Delhi, India


India is the subsequent for the most part densely inhabited nation state of the globe and has altering socio political-economic and unwholesomeness illustration that have been representation international concentration in current existence. In spite of more than a few growths orientated guidelines implemented by the management, the widening financial, provincial and sexual characteristics disproportion are affectation confronts for the healthiness zone. This article demonstrates how to progress the established circumstances; the predicament of rural health is to be addressed together at comprehensive and intensive altitudes. This is to subsist completed in an integrated technique, by means of an authentic attempt to transport the substandard of the inhabitants to the focus of the financial guidelines. An example transfer on or after the present life science to a socio educational, which should connection the spaces and gets better superiority of pastoral living, is the contemporary necessitate. Examine the amended National Health Policy deal with the established dissimilarities, in addition to operational towards encouraging a long-standing standpoint arrangement, essentially for rural health, is very important. This research paper examines task of ensuring the availability of human resources for health in rural areas and building their capacity for public health is a real challenge. The overall shortage of human resources are aggravated by skewed distribution within the country, even within the states, movement of personnel from rural to urban areas and from public sectors to private sectors. We have discuss the solution for meeting the challenges inhuman resources for health include strategic planning for human resource for public health at state as well as national level.

Author Biography

Monika Jain, Bar Council of India, New Delhi, India

Dr. Monika Jain

Senior Advocate

Bar Council of India, New Delhi, India

How to Cite
JAIN, Monika. Rural Health and Environment Issues in India. National Journal of Environmental Law, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, june 2020. ISSN 2581-6683. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 07 aug. 2020. doi:

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