To sustain the growth in agriculture, it is imperative that required capital must be invested because capital is one of the vital inputs contributing to the success of all agricultural development programme. Therefore, financing for agriculture is an important task to fulfill the capital demand in Indian agriculture and credit plays the catalyst role in the process to accelerate the agriculture including industries, business and service sector of the economy. Simultaneously agricultural credit becomes a strong force to enhance productivity, production and profitability of farming, which play an important role to alleviate rural
Rural transformation is one such field which requires more attention and due concern. Since, youth have a creative thinking and positive outlook; they should take up steps to develop the rural areas. As India lives in villages, the transformation and enlistment is necessary. Government is solving problem at its own pace. One cannot say that the government is not paying attention towards rural and backward area.
The overall goal of ASDSP is to support the transformation of Kenya’s agriculture sector into an innovative, commercially oriented, competitive and modern industry that contributes to poverty reduction, improved food and nutrition security in rural and urban Kenya as a result of improved production and productivity in the rural smallholder farm and off-farm sectors through the value chain approach. The ASDSP has three components, namely: Component 1: Sector wide Coordination. In this component, an inclusive institutional framework for implementing the ASDSP is initiated and coordination in the sector is supported. Component 2: Natural Resource Management. The component is designed to provide an enabling environment for the value chain component and at the same time build wider ecosystem resilience.
Since 1966 Haryana became one of the most developed states in India where around 51 percent people directly get their employment through agricultural activity. The per capita income of Haryana has increased from Rs. 37972 in 2004-05 to Rs. 133427 in 2013-14. 3.1.2 Geographical Location The geographical location of Haryana makes it one of the
Project Shakti is a rural marketing initiative of Hindustan lever limited(HLL) in Rural India, it is the India’s largest fast consumer goods(FMCG) company and a subsidiary of the global consumer goods giant Unilever. Ultimate leader of the project Shakti ,Mr.Dalip Sehgal, executive director, new ventures, “Shakti is a quintessential win-win initiative in the villages and it is a sales and distribution initiative that delivers growth and it is a communication initiative that builds brand of HLL, a micro-enterprise that creates livelihood for those people by selling HLL products, a social initiative improves the standard of life of people in rural India. What makes Shakti uniquely scalable and sustainable is the fact that it contribute not only
In India, other than few metropolitan cities, all the districts and industrial townships are connected with rural markets. The rural market in India is not a separate entity in itself but it is highly influenced by the sociological and behavioral factors operating in the country. The rural population in India accounts for about 627 million, which is 75 percent of the total population. The rural markets gives a bigger revenues in the country, as the rural regions comprise of the maximum consumers in this country. The rural market in Indian economy generates more than half of the country’s income.
The company has also tie-ups with 4 American, 5 Japanese and 2 European Companies. Dhanuka’s main customers are farmers and their growth drivers are mainly intensive market penetration in interiors of India. It also helps framer to increase their income through the quality of their farming as well as productivity of their farm lands. Dhanuka’s main idea is to enhance awareness about the cost benefit trade-off of agro chemicals, highly diversified product range and solution for most of the crops. They also rely on innovative marketing strategy and international technical tie-ups.
Agriculture is essential for sustainable improvement in the internal and external balnce. Of the total exports earning, the share of primary commodities and processed and semi-processed products constituted almost 60% at the total exports. There have been some structural changes over time, but the contribution of agro-based products has more or less sustainaed its position. Agriculture sector development overview Significant progress has been made in development of the agricultural sector in Pakistan since the time of independence in 1947. At that time the Indus Basin was irrigated with an extensive system at canal irrigation sown with low-yeilding traditional seed varieties, fertilized mainly with animal manure and cultivated by means animal draught power and by hand.
INTRODUCTION Agriculture in India is the most crucial sector and plays significant role in the economic development of Indian economy. India’s prosperity depends upon the prosperity of agriculture as it provides employment to two third of its population and contributes nearly one third of national income. However, its importance goes well beyond the economic fabric of India. Social, cultural, political and economic structure of the economy is strongly built on the foundations of agriculture. Strengthening agriculture, hence, is critical for strengthening the economy.