Rural Markets in India<br />
The concept of Rural Marketing in Indian Economy has always played an influential role in the lives of people. In India, l...
The rural market in India is not a separate entity in itself and it is highly influenced by the sociological and behaviora...
The rural market in India brings in bigger revenues in the country, as the rural regions comprise of the maximum consumers...
Rural marketing in Indian economy can be classified under two broad categories. These are: The market for consumer goods t...
The social status of the rural regions is precarious as the income level and literacy is extremely low along with the rang...
The steps taken by the Government of India to initiate proper irrigation, infrastructural developments, prevention of floo...
Some of the important features or characteristics of Rural Marketing in India Economy are:<br /> With the initiation of va...
The rural market in India is vast and scattered and offers a plethora of opportunities in comparison to the urban sector. ...
The social status of the rural regions is precarious as the income level and literacy is extremely low along with the rang...
The steps taken by the Government of India to initiate proper irrigation, infrastructural developments, prevention of floo...
The India GDP is a combination of all the differential factors, contributing to the welfare of the India economy. India GD...
. The main factor that contributed to the growth of India GDP post 1990s was the opening-up of the Indian economy.<br />
The balance-of-payments crisis of the 1980s of the Indian economy led to the paradigm shift of the Indian Economy. The mar...
As a result of this, more investments flowed into the markets. More so by the foreign direct investments (FDIs) and foreig...
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  1. 1. Rural Markets in India<br />
  2. 2. The concept of Rural Marketing in Indian Economy has always played an influential role in the lives of people. In India, leaving out a few metropolitan cities, all the districts and industrial townships are connected with rural markets.<br />
  3. 3. The rural market in India is not a separate entity in itself and it is highly influenced by the sociological and behavioral factors operating in the country. The rural population in India accounts for around 627 million, which is exactly 74.3 percent of the total population<br />
  4. 4. The rural market in India brings in bigger revenues in the country, as the rural regions comprise of the maximum consumers in this country. The rural market in Indian economy generates almost more than half of the country's income. <br />
  5. 5. Rural marketing in Indian economy can be classified under two broad categories. These are: The market for consumer goods that comprise of both durable and non-durable goods <br />The market for agricultural inputs that include fertilizers, pesticides, seeds, and so on <br />
  6. 6. The social status of the rural regions is precarious as the income level and literacy is extremely low along with the range of traditional values and superstitious beliefs that have always been a major impediment in the progression of this sector.<br />
  7. 7. The steps taken by the Government of India to initiate proper irrigation, infrastructural developments, prevention of flood, grants for fertilizers, and various schemes to cut down the poverty line have improved the condition of the rural masses.<br />
  8. 8. Some of the important features or characteristics of Rural Marketing in India Economy are:<br /> With the initiation of various rural development programmes there have been an upsurge of employment opportunities for the rural poor. One of the biggest cause behind the steady growth of rural market is that it is not exploited and also yet to be explored.<br />
  9. 9. The rural market in India is vast and scattered and offers a plethora of opportunities in comparison to the urban sector. It covers the maximum population and regions and thereby, the maximum number of consumers.<br />
  10. 10. The social status of the rural regions is precarious as the income level and literacy is extremely low along with the range of traditional values and superstitious beliefs that have always been a major impediment in the progression of this sector.<br />
  11. 11. The steps taken by the Government of India to initiate proper irrigation, infrastructural developments, prevention of flood, grants for fertilizers, and various schemes to cut down the poverty line have improved the condition of the rural masses.<br />
  12. 12. The India GDP is a combination of all the differential factors, contributing to the welfare of the India economy. India GDP gives us a combined report of the performance of the Indian economy. 'Cost factor' or 'Actual price' method - these are the two methods to calculate Indian Gross Domestic Product<br />
  13. 13. . The main factor that contributed to the growth of India GDP post 1990s was the opening-up of the Indian economy.<br />
  14. 14. The balance-of-payments crisis of the 1980s of the Indian economy led to the paradigm shift of the Indian Economy. The markets were opened up; the Government leveraged the entry of private investments. <br />
  15. 15. As a result of this, more investments flowed into the markets. More so by the foreign direct investments (FDIs) and foreign institutional investors (FIIs), the India GDP growth saw a phenomenal increase. Bulk of the Government undertakings were divested into lots of private business houses.<br />

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