Agriculture Policy, Planning in India by Pravin TR, Philip H
Agricultural Policy Planning is five decades old in Independent India. The success of green revolution owes a lot to this planning initiative undertaken from experiences of different nations, works being undertaken in our country by nationalist leaders. Million of farmers gained from use of new technologies improving production and productivity. Food security has been achieved and the criticism of international press as "Food to mouth" situation has being changed within fewer years by generating exportable surplus. Many countries around the globe which achieved freedom during 1940s collapsed by the failure of food generation system. So the success of Indian democracy has green revolution at its fold.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Agricultural Economics students.
Table of Contents:
2.Problems, Issues and Failures
3.Present Status of Agricultural Systems
4.Critical Issues Before Agricultural Policy Planning
5.New Concepts, Strategies, Intervention Mechanisms in Agricultural Sector
6.Blue Print for Agricultural Policy Planning