Introduction Agriculture in India has a significant history. Today, India ranks second worldwide in farm output. The economic contribution of agriculture to India's (Gross Domestic Product) GDP is steadily declining with the country's broad-based economic growth. Still, agriculture is demographically the broadest economic sector and plays a significant role in the overall socio-economic fabric of India. India is the second largest producer of wheat and rice, the world's major food staples.
People have the energy to go outside to work to provide the family. Companies can be bigger by reason of the gigantic population. In the end, India may suffer from food shortage, but as long as those solutions goes, it will be better after years by
The village economic set up was also affected, and India has transformed from net exporter to net importer. Regarding agricultural sector, there was little spending by Government on improving land productivity, since its only interest was to maximize rents and secure its share of
Use of Public transport and the use of metro-trains are also being encouraged. Education in rural India is a big factor due to which India is not progressing at a faster rate. The government has started building new schools in the rural part of India. Teachers are also being given more education on how to teach properly. Many non-profit organizations have been started such as ‘teach India’ and ‘Save the children NGO’ have been started, which provide free education to students.
Our lives are dependent on industries because industries provide goods, employment and services which satisfy our wants. Increasing Demands by people Great changes are brought about by the industrial development in India. The increase of education and agricultural production has gone up which has given rise to luxurious living even in rural areas. The increase of mass media, TV, newspaper, etc has initiated the consumerism in India. With mass production of new goods and services there is high increase in consumerism and hence there is an increase in
Also, they are sold are main markets which makes them unreachable for the farmers too. When it comes to land, Indian lands have been growing crops for over a millennium without caring much for replenishing. This has led for the land to deplete and exhaust, leading to lower production. India being an agriculture based country, still produces the least average yields of almost all the crops in
The base of agricultural production in India is strong but there is a considerable amount of wastage. The industry can be divided into various sub segments like fruits and vegetables, grain processing, milk and milk products, meat and poultry, marine products, beer and alcoholic beverages and consumer foods. Out of these the beverages, meat and poultry products, and processed fish segments are contributing significantly to the growth. The food processing industry is highly fragmented. There are a large number of small sized companies and are concentrated largely in the unorganized sector.
In general, during the last few decades people entering agriculture as an occupation in rural Kerala has reduced drastically. Only around 26% of the total rural population in the state now goes for agriculture as a line of work. Labor shortage, increased labor charges, and hikes in the cost of input are direct detractive factors. The growing apathy to cultivation of rice is an important thrust for farmers to gradually divert the water logged rice fields to drier and perennial crops such as coconut, areca nut or rubber. The state’s agriculture scenario has under gone a drastic shift in various aspects giving more importance to the cash crops than the cultivation of cereals.
India is the third largest economy in the world. It is also the fastest growing economy in the world with a population of more than 1.3 billion. One third of this population lives under poverty. The multi-dimensional nature of poverty requires a comprehensive set of well-coordinated measures. Economic growth, promotion of human development and targeted programs of poverty alleviation are the three important measure that Government of India use to address poverty.