Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
Allied Sector as Catalyst of Economic Growth (in Hindi)
40 plays

Role of allied sector as catalyst of economic growth

Anjju Nehraa
Cleared RAS Prelims 2015. Worked in SBI for one year. cleared ASRB/Bank PO/HTET/CTET

Unacademy user
  1. COURSE- KURUKSHETRA MAGAZINE SUMMARY IN HINDI (APRIL 2018) ISSUE- agriculture & allied sector . By- Anjju Nehraa . Lesson 2- allied sector as catalyst of economic growth

  2. ABOUT ME M.Sc Mathematics from MDU Rohtak . Worked in SBI for one year RAS MAIN 2015 FREE COURSE RATE & RECOMMEND

  3. ALLIED SECTOR AS CATALYST OF ECONOMIC GROWTH Agriculture sector ocuppies a centre stage in indian economy embodying three thrust areas: promote inclusive growth enhance rural income sustain food security. As per census 2011, the total no. of agricultural cultivators & agricultural labourers increased from 234.1 mn in 2001 to 263 mn in 2011. The %age growth of agriculture & allied sector was observed negative at-0.2% in 2014-15. livestock sector has an impressive growth of 7.3%, whereas other sector registered a negative growth.

  4. HORTICULTURE:- horticulture crops resilient to changes in weather conditions. It provides a diverse & balanced diet & employment opportunities. Govt. initiatives- MIDH- for increasing production & reducing post harvest losses. The total horticulture production increased from 191.8 mt in 2006-07 to about 295.2 mt in 2016-17. ANIMAL HUSBANDARY & DAIRY:- play an important in socio-economic development. It constitutes about 30% of agricultural output. It provides employment. Source of subsidiary income

  5. -food- source of animal protein -social security to owners. -draft- ploughing, carting & transport. -dung-fuel, fertilizers & plastering FISHERIES: The vibrancy of the sector can be visualised by the 11 fole ncrease It provides livelihood & foreign exchange. Efforts are being made to standardise the technology of mass-scale seed production of these species & their inclusion as a component of conventional carp polyculture, based on their regional importance.

  6. FORESTRY: India is one the ten most forest rich countries of the world. As of 2016-17, India's forest cover was 79.42mn hectares, or 24.16% of the country's total area. In 2015, forestry industry contributed 1.3% to India's GDP. India is a significant importer of forest products. CONCLUSION: Rural India is becoming less & less agricultural, and allied activities are now a very important part of the livelihood strategies. The allied agricultural sector contribute significantly to economic growth, income diversification, rural employment & poverty reduction.