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Agrarian economy presentation

  1. 1. Development EconomyAgrarian Economy: Present Situation and Problem. Presented by Ranjeet Hangargekar
  2. 2. Introduction Important component for economic development: Natural Resources Capital Formation Social Institutions & Political Situation. Government Policies & it’s implementation.
  3. 3. Agriculture in India Agriculture is the mainstream of Indian economy. It is the means of livelihood of almost two third of the work force in the country. Worlds largest cattle population. Second largest producer of wheat, rice and sugar.
  4. 4. Characteristics of Indian Economy: Low per capita income. Low Standard of Living. High Poverty. Unequal income distribution. Technological Backwardness. Unemployment.
  5. 5. Importance of Agriculture in IndianEconomy: Agriculture occupation & GDP of India. Major source of Livelihood. Employment. Industrial Development. Global Trading. Development of Infrastructure.
  6. 6. Changing Patterns Barter System. Traditional way of Agriculture. Green Revolution. Cycle of development in agriculture and development in economy.
  7. 7. Present Situation & problem ofAgrarian Economy: Agriculture incompetent to add to the economic growth. Dependency for loans & therefore decision of policies by international organizations. Withdrawing of Govt. from various services because of external influences. Shifting of cropping pattern mainly to cash crops. New economic policy.
  8. 8. Conclusion Agriculture is still the biggest employer in India, with 54% of the population engaged in farming. 43% of all Indias land in used in agriculture, but it only contribute 16% of the Indian GDP. According to WHO 61% of all farmers cultivate less then 0.4 hectors only enough to feed themselves.
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