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1.MAIN OCCUPATION OF PEOPLE OF INDIA
2.MAIN SOURCE OF OUR NATIONAL
INCOME
3. PROVIDES MAIN FOOD ITEMS AND
FODDER
4.PROVIDE...
1. REQUIRES LESS CAPITAL WHEN
COMPARED TO INDUSTRIES
2. HELPS BETTER DISTRIBUTION OF
INCOME AND WEALTH
3. HELPS IN DEVELOP...
BACKWARDNESS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE
1.FAILURE OF MONSOON
2.SUB DIVISION OF LAND HOLDINGS
3.SOIL EROSION
4.OLD AND PRIMITIVE...
1. IRRIGATION
2. CONSOLIDATION OF HOLDINGS
3. SOIL CONSERVATION
4. MODERNIZATION OF AGRICULTURE
5. SCIENTIFIC FARMING
6. L...
APPLICATION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
IN AGRICULTURE IS CALLED SCIENTIFIC
FARMING.
1. SOIL CONSERVATION
2. IRRIGATION
3. U...
1. ABOLITION OF ZAMINDARI
SYSTEM
2. TENANCY REFORMS
3. CEILING ON LAND HOLDINGS
4. CREATION OF ECONOMIC
HOLDINGS
5. PROGRE...
1. THEY ARE PAID VERY LOW WAGES
2. THERE ARE MANY BONDED LABOURERS
3. AGRICULTURE IS SEASONAL OCCUPATION
4. LABOURERS ARE ...
MEASURES TAKEN TO IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS OF
AGRICULTURAL LABOUR


ABOLITION OF BONDED LABOUR

 FIXATION OF MINIMUM WAGES...
REASONS FOR FARMERS SELLING
THEIR GOODS WITHIN THE VILLAGE
1.FARMERS TAKE ADVANCE FROM THE
MONEYLENDER
2. LACK OF KNOWLEDG...
PROBLEMS FACED BY THE
FARMERS IN TOWNS AND
CITIES
1. HIGH TRADE COMISSION
2.CHEATING IN WEIGHTS AND
MEASURES
3. NOT SETTLI...
MEASURES TAKEN TO IMPROVE
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING
SYSTEM
1. ESTABLISHMENT OF REGULATED MARKETS
2.SETTING UP OF CO-OPERATIVE...
1. ABOLITION OF ZAMINDARI SYSTEM
2.TENANCY REFORMS
3. CEILING ON LAND HOLDINGS
4. CREATION OF ECONOMIC HOLDING
5. PROGRESS...
Social  Science Agriculture Development In India
Social  Science Agriculture Development In India
Social  Science Agriculture Development In India
Social  Science Agriculture Development In India
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Social Science Agriculture Development In India

  1. 1. 1.MAIN OCCUPATION OF PEOPLE OF INDIA 2.MAIN SOURCE OF OUR NATIONAL INCOME 3. PROVIDES MAIN FOOD ITEMS AND FODDER 4.PROVIDE RAW MATERIALS TO INDUSTRIES 5. HELPS TO IMPROVE INTERNAL TRADE
  2. 2. 1. REQUIRES LESS CAPITAL WHEN COMPARED TO INDUSTRIES 2. HELPS BETTER DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME AND WEALTH 3. HELPS IN DEVELOPMENT OF TERTIARY SECTOR 4. SOURCE FOREIGN EXCHANGE
  3. 3. BACKWARDNESS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE 1.FAILURE OF MONSOON 2.SUB DIVISION OF LAND HOLDINGS 3.SOIL EROSION 4.OLD AND PRIMITIVE METHODS OF CULTIVATION 5.LAND OWNERSHIP PROBLEMS 6.ILLITERACY 7.AGRICULTURAL LABOUR PROBLEMS 8.DEFECTIVE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 9.RURAL INDEBTEDNESS
  4. 4. 1. IRRIGATION 2. CONSOLIDATION OF HOLDINGS 3. SOIL CONSERVATION 4. MODERNIZATION OF AGRICULTURE 5. SCIENTIFIC FARMING 6. LAND REFORMS 7. AGRICULTURAL LABOUR AND IT’S WELFARE 8. AGRICULTURAL MARKETING
  5. 5. APPLICATION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE IS CALLED SCIENTIFIC FARMING. 1. SOIL CONSERVATION 2. IRRIGATION 3. USE OF CHEMICAL FERTILIZER 4. USE OF PESTICIDES 5. USE OF HIGH YIELDING VARIETY OF SEEDS 6. MECHANIZTION OF AGRICULTURE 7. ADOPTION OF SPRINKLER AND DRIP IRRIGATION
  6. 6. 1. ABOLITION OF ZAMINDARI SYSTEM 2. TENANCY REFORMS 3. CEILING ON LAND HOLDINGS 4. CREATION OF ECONOMIC HOLDINGS 5. PROGRESS OF CO-OPERATIVE FARMING
  7. 7. 1. THEY ARE PAID VERY LOW WAGES 2. THERE ARE MANY BONDED LABOURERS 3. AGRICULTURE IS SEASONAL OCCUPATION 4. LABOURERS ARE WEAK AND ILLITERATE 5. THEY ARE NOT SKILLED IN ANY ONE PARTICULAR WORK
  8. 8. MEASURES TAKEN TO IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS OF AGRICULTURAL LABOUR  ABOLITION OF BONDED LABOUR  FIXATION OF MINIMUM WAGES  CREATION OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES  TWENTY POINT PROGRAMME
  9. 9. REASONS FOR FARMERS SELLING THEIR GOODS WITHIN THE VILLAGE 1.FARMERS TAKE ADVANCE FROM THE MONEYLENDER 2. LACK OF KNOWLEDGE 3. LACK OF TRANSPORTAION FACILITIES 4. LACK OF WARE HOUSE FACILITIES
  10. 10. PROBLEMS FACED BY THE FARMERS IN TOWNS AND CITIES 1. HIGH TRADE COMISSION 2.CHEATING IN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 3. NOT SETTLING THE AMOUNT IMMEDIATELY 4.NO INFORMATION ABOUT PROPER PRICE
  11. 11. MEASURES TAKEN TO IMPROVE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SYSTEM 1. ESTABLISHMENT OF REGULATED MARKETS 2.SETTING UP OF CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING SOCIETIES 3.GRADING AND STANDARDIZATION OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE 4.EXPANSION OF WARE HOUSING FACILITIES 5. COLD STORAGE FACILITIES
  12. 12. 1. ABOLITION OF ZAMINDARI SYSTEM 2.TENANCY REFORMS 3. CEILING ON LAND HOLDINGS 4. CREATION OF ECONOMIC HOLDING 5. PROGRESS OF CO-OPERATIVE FARMING

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