Agricultural Development in India
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In agriculture is a seasonal activity becauseMarks:1
specific crop requires specific environment.
Agriculture is a seasonal activity because specific crop requires specific environment and specific time. Thus, it leads to seasonal unemployment during a particular part of the year.
The percentage of India's population employed in agriculture sector is aboutMarks:1
Explanation:Agriculture being the primary activity of our country the major portion of the total population as well as the total work force depends on it for their livelihood.
Contribution of Indian agriculture to GDP is aboutMarks:1
less than 20%.
The contribution of agriculture to India’s GDP has a declining trend and now it is only about 16%of total GDP.
The major source of livelihood in the rural sector isMarks:1
Explanation:The proportion of rural population dependent on agriculture is around 70 per cent. Major occupation in villages is agriculture.
The major source of livelihood in the rural sector in India isMarks:1
Explanation:India, being a developing nation, the primary activity of our country is agriculture. Most of the rural population is dependent on agriculture. They earn their livelihood from farming activities.