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Aspects of agriculture in India
Material first published in United News of India as United News of India, Agriculture Service.
|Other titles||United News of India.|
|Statement||edited by G.G. Mirchandani.|
|Contributions||Mirchandani, G. G., United News of India. Agriculture Service.|
Rainfed agriculture accounts for more than 75% of the cropped area in the world. One-third of the developing world’s population lives in the less-favored rainfed regions . In India, rainfed agriculture accounts for 60% of the cropped area, and is the food basket for . The central concern of this volume is the character of India's economic policy. It analyzes the role that the Indian state has played in intensifying the demands of different segments of the dominant producing and non-producing classes in Indian society. Competition among these classes has become especially fierce in some regions. Concurrent with this heightened competition, state policy has.
Divided into three parts - Rationale and Extent of Agricultural Diversification, Nature and Problems of Agricultural Diversification, and Food and Livelihood Security through Agricultural Diversification, this edited book examines various aspects of agricultural diversification in Eastern India. In recent years, Indian agriculture has been diversifying from cereals to high-value crops and. No.s 72 & India’s Working Class and Its Prospects, Part Two It is years since the birth of Karl Marx. To mark this occasion, Aspects of India’s Economy has published a special issue, in two parts, on the working class of India.
Agriculture- “The true culture of India.” Agriculture is a way of life the India people live: with its values, beliefs, behaviors, and symbols that they agree to take rationally and pass it from one generation to the other. It is a culture of working together. Agriculture has always been accorded an important position in the Indian society. There is endless evidence, including several British and European accounts, to show the flourishing state of our agriculture in the pre-British period. As regards th.
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Author(s): National Institute of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, India. India′s recent performance in agriculture has been favorable, with agricultural production growing over the past 30 years.
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The essays in this book look at important aspects relating to rainfed agriculture in India, including crop husbandry, conservation of land and water, livestock development, and livelihood options in. This book is a collection of essays contributed by colleagues, friends and students of Professor G.K.
Chadha to honour him for his remarkable contribution in the field of agricultural and development economics for a period spanning over four decades, and motivating serious policy-oriented research in India, specifically focusing on issues concerning the well-being of the poorer sections.
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The rest of the book has appendices that provide relevant information on different aspects of Indian agriculture, a glossary of agricultural terms, and time-series data tables. The data tables will come in handy for people seeking time-series data on production (grain, oilseed, sugarcane, plantation crops, and tobacco) and acreage in production Author: Ashok K.
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