India’s stand on Agricultural Issues in WTO’s Ministerial Conferences since Doha Round! The Uruguay round of GATT (1986-93) gave birth to World Trade Organisation. The members of the GATT signed on an agreement of Uruguay round in April 1944 in Morocco for establishing a new organisation named WTO.
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The Relationship between Credit Availability and Agricultural Growth in India! Almost 60% of the labour power in India is associated with cultivation. A large number of Indian farmers are labour intensive.
The Main Objectives of Rashtriya Krishi Bima Yojana are as follows: In 1999-2000, the Rashtriya Krishi Bima Yojana was started by establishing extensive successful Bima Yojana.
How Technological and Institutional Reforms Helps Improving Indian Agriculture? For the improvement of agricultural yield, new-technologies and equipment have been introduced in the recent years.
Seven steps taken by the Government to improve Indian agriculture after independence. Various measures taken by the central and state governments from time to time, some of them are:
The major problems confronting Indian agriculture are those of population pressure, small holdings, depleted soils, lack of modern technology and poor facilities for storage.
Shot Essay on the Role of Agriculture in India. Agriculture constitutes the backbone of the Indian economy. It contributes around 32 per cent of the national income and provides employment to 70 per cent of Indian working force.
Indian Agriculture Under the Five-Year Plans. Agriculture was given the topmost priority in the First Five-Year Plan. The Plan was mainly directed towards increasing agricultural production and strengthening economic infrastructures ..
Why the Productivity Trends in Agriculture in very low? In spite of the significance of agriculture in the Indian economy, per capital productivity in agriculture is less in comparison to the productivity in other sectors of the economy..
The causes for low productivity of Indian agriculture can be divided into 3 broad categories, namely, (1) General factors, (2) Institutional factors and (3) Technological factors.