There was a growth in the output of both agricultural goods and Z goods which led to a surge in rural household incomes. The rise in agricultural output and incomes led to an increase in demand for manufactured goods which was met by an “expanding rural industrial sector utilising labour intensive technology”. Consequently the rural non- agricultural activity grows and leads to better incomes for rural households which in turn increases the demand for agrarian products. In the Meiji period the increase in agricultural income led to the enhancement of health, nutritional and educational levels. “Higher expenditures on food and clothing; and increased use of modern facilities such as medical and dental clinics, trains, bicycles, telegraph and postal systems, electricity, and even entertainment forms such as motion pictures” point to an improving living standard for the overall rural population.
Abstract: Data mining is used to extract the information from the large dataset and used to predict patterns and behavior of an application. Data mining plays a chief role in the fields of e-commerce, healthcare sector, and agricultural sector. Agriculture is the prime occupation in India. Crop productivity mainly depends on weather conditions. Data mining is used in agriculture to predict crop productivity, water management, crop disease management, pesticide recommendation by using different algorithms.
Question: What did governments do to help improve education in HK, Kenya and Ethiopia? Introduction: (Education for All (EFA)) Through out 21st century, Education For All movement has already made a great impact on the worlds education system, providing a basic quality of schooling for all of the children around the world. UNESCO’s mission is to improve the quality of learning, and help making education as a priority in countries and states. The Governments also helps EFA to be established all over the world by adopting the six EFA goals which expanded during early childhood care and education, providing free and compulsory primary education for all, promoting learning and life skills for young people and adults, increase adult literacy, achieve
Government policies can decide on the location of a settlement based on its interests. Economic influences The availability of minerals, timber extraction from plantations attracts settlements in the form of villages and shanty towns. Morphology of Rural Settlements Most of the villages now in existence have spontaneously developed over time in response to various factors discussed earlier. The most defining ingredient of the visual appearance in settlement morphology is the buildings themselves for example their design, their spatial layout or arrangement and functions. Villages depict a certain shape or form for example some villages are just a cluster of homesteads.
This will surely attract people’s attention and curiosity that can allow them to start new businesses. Especially in the developing countries, people are needed to help grow the country. Not only do they work, they also get paid for what they are contributing. Furthermore, Brown (2001) said this leads to more job opportunities and gives many individuals the opportunity to contribute to the society. Most companies and industries built their factories in rural areas thus giving the locals there jobs that have enough income to support their families.
TOPIC: PROMOTING YOUTH FOR RURAL TRANSFORMATION AUTHORS: PRAKRITI AND SHALINI DEDIGNATION: STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF HOME SCIENCE, G.B.P.U.A.T “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for future” -Franklin.D.Roosevelt (Former U.S. President) From the topic’ promoting youth for rural transformation’, we can extract two major headings. First one is promoting youth; the major one and the second is rural transformation. The major task here is to promote youth. India is a young country. It has a high percentile of youth living in it.
Agriculture is the science or occupation of farming. It is very important since based on research, 60% of the economic resources came from agriculture and 40% in industrial. It has already made a significant contribution to the economic prosperity of advanced countries and its role in the economic development of less developed countries is of vital importance. The agriculture sector is the backbone of an economy which provides the basic ingredients to mankind and now raw material for industrialization. Therefore, the role of agriculture for the development of an economy were this: contribution to national income, source of food supply, pre-requisite for raw material, provision of surplus, shift of manpower, creation of infrastructure, relief
Nature for instance raw materials or finished goods, instruments as well as human inputs come under the heading of production. In family farming these terms are used as these terms explain production clearly. Land is taken as farming and nature would be the component we will take from the prospects of production. Technologies or machinery used by the farmers can be taken as the next component from production aspects. Lastly the aspect of human input example labor would be taken into
Now the area has been increased from 0.42 percent (19170 hectares) in 1966-67 to 6.4 percent (415930 hectares) in 201011. The data pertaining to area expansion under horticultural crops is showing that the farmers of Haryana gradually shifting some portion of their land towards the production of high value commodities crops so that they can get more benefits. However, still farmers rely more on the production of food grains crops because of more security in term of price they are getting as compared to the production of horticultural crops where there is high market
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