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Agricultural Labor Problems in India

Agricultural Labor

Agricultural labor is that person who works on another land, does not participate in farm management and its maintenance, and receives money or a portion of the harvest in consideration for his service. He neither has any rights regarding the land nor does he have to bear any risk regarding the farm. Briefly by agricultural labor, we mean’ such laborers who “earn their livelihood by working on agricultural farms.”

Definition

According to the Second Agricultural Labor Investigation society

Agricultural labor refers to that person who receives more than half of the income from agriculture. The agricultural labor family refers to that family, whose more than half of the income from agriculture.

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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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The Poverty Problem in India

Meaning of Poverty

Poverty refers to the social condition in which a part of the society is unable to fulfill its basic requirements. When a big portion of the population is deprived of the minimum living standard and survives only on the survival level, then it is said that poverty is widely spread in the population.

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.
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