economy

Agricultural Labor Remedies for India

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Problems of Agricultural Labor in India

The Indian agricultural labor spends his days in dirt and mud. He produces food grains for us but remains hungry himself. He feeds our cows but never gets anything but water. He fills our stores with food grains but begs his own ration for the whole year. He continuously chops woods and fills water for those who have become rich on behalf of his labor. His condition is heart wrenching and Piteous.Read More »Agricultural Labor Remedies for India

Government Efforts to Eradicate Poverty In India

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The Problem of Poverty in India

India is recognized as a poor country even after around 70 years of independence. Especially in the Rural Sector of India, the condition is worse. Though during the planning periods the national income of-India and the per capita income has increased, social welfare has increased, literacy level has risen and people have been able to fulfill more and more of their requirements but poverty (and especially Rural Poverty) is still present in its alarming form. Industrial Revolution is the main reason behind this inequality. We have also discussed about various Reasons Why India Is Still a Poor Country.
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Suggestions To Solve Population Problem

Population Problem In India

Dr. Julian Huxley has written in his book

Dr. Julian Huxley

India’s condition in relation to population problem is very troublesome. If, India is unable to find a solution to the problem of population, a big political and soda distortion may arise. But, if, it succeeds it would not only get the lead in Asia but (due to wide market) become the center of attraction of the whole world.

The problem of population can be solved by the economic development of the country. To curb the increase in population following suggestions can be implemented.

Read about Population Explosion In India and Causes of Population Explosion in India
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Causes of Population Explosion in India

Population Explosion In India

The fastest rise in the population of India was during the period of 1951 to 1981, in which the population was from 36 crores in 1951 was reached around 70 crores in 1981. During this period of 30 years, the population increased by around 34 crores, which is the fastest rise in the history of population statistics. The death rate has become controlled due to modern health and medical facilities and it has reduced to become 15 persons per thousand whereas; the birth rate has not got any significant reduction. That is why; this period from 1951 to 1981 is known in India as the period of Population Explosion.

Read about Effect of Population Explosion on Economic Development of India and Suggestions To Solve Population Problem
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Population Explosion In India

The impact of “Population Explosion” (Rapid Growing Population) on India’s economic development.

Is India over-populated? A critical examination of the present population policy.

POPULATION EXPLOSION

Hindu devotees try to board a crowded passenger train to take part in the “Guru Purnima” festival in Goverdhan town near the northern Indian city of Mathura July 5, 2009. REUTERS/K. K. Arora (INDIA TRANSPORT SOCIETY RELIGION)

The fastest rise in the population of India was during the period of 1951 to 1981, in which the population was from 36 crores in 1951 was reached around 70 crores in 1981. During this period of 30 years, the population increased by around 34 crores, which is the fastest rise in the history of population statistics. Death rate has become controlled due to modern health and medical facilities and it has reduced to become 15 persons per thousand whereas; the birth rate has not got any significant reduction. That is why; this period from 1951 to 1981 is known in India as the period of Population Explosion.

Read about Suggestions To Solve Population Problem and Causes of Population Explosion in India
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Industrial Development Suggestions for India

Industrial Development In Developing Countries

In developed countries, there are several favorable conditions for Industrial Development, but in poor and developing countries there are several problems in its development. Even after some significant developments in the field of Industrialization in India, the country is still an agricultural country and 38% of the national income and 70% of the population depends on the land.
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Industrialization In India

Industrialization In Developing Countries

In developed countries, there are several favorable conditions for industrialization, but in poor and developing countries there are several problems in its development. Even after some significant developments in the field of Industrialization in India, the country is still an agricultural country and 38% of the national income and 70% of the population depends on the land.
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Criticism of Green Revolution in India

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An Introduction to Green Revolution

American agronomist, Dr Norman Borlaug

The Green Revolution was started in India by then Prime Minister Late Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri, who gave the slogan of “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan”, according to which, to make the country powerful from a security point of, view, is the responsibility of the soldiers while making it self sufficient in the field of food grains, is the responsibility of the farmers.
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