| Published: December 25, 2016
Problems & Remedies of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOS) in Jammu and Kashmir
The state of Jammu and Kashmir has misplaced its identity. The 1947 partition of the country has impressed long-lasting bitterness in the minds of people and draws a separating line (LOC) along the borders. It is definitely a hectic task to set up peace in the disturbed regions of the Jammu and Kashmir, but in no way outside the limits of opportunity. The civil societies and NGOs, being neutral in character, can play a peaceful role in maintaining peace and establishing of assurance among the people of the valley. NGOs are non-profit making agencies that are constituted with a dream by a group of same minded people, dedicated for the uplift of the poor, marginalized, unprivileged, underprivileged, impoverished, and downtrodden and the needy and they are closer and accessible to the target groups. Flexibility in administration, faster in decision making, timely in action and facilitating the people towards self-sufficiency ensuring their fullest participation in the whole process of development. The achievements and victory of NGOs in various fields and the brilliant work done by them in specific areas are no doubt an incredible task that has helped to meet the changing basic needs of the social system. Still, in spite of its achievements in various fields, NGOs are facing different types of problems which differ from organization to organization, region to region and from place to place. In this position, the present paper attempts to discuss some of the general problems faced by the NGOs and to provide some remedies to overcome these problems.
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© 2016 M Lone
Received: October 09, 2016; Revision Received: November 15, 2016; Accepted: December 25, 2016
Published in Volume 04, Issue 1, October-December, 2016