2 edition of Regional imbalances in the agricultural development in Uttar Pradesh found in the catalog.
Regional imbalances in the agricultural development in Uttar Pradesh
|LC Classifications||S471.I32 U83 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||86903243|
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Downloadable (with restrictions)! The growth of agriculture is prerequisite for overall development of Indian economy. It contributes significantly to the export earnings and affects the performance of other sectors of the economy through forward and backward linkages. The present paper analyses district and regional level disparity in agriculture development in Uttar Pradesh on a number of. The regional divide within Uttar Pradesh is certainly sharper than was the case in the erstwhile undivided Andhra Pradesh, which was reorganized to carve out the state of Telangana.
This article contains some important facts related to agricultural development of the Uttar Pradesh. In the Fiscal year , the Per Capita Income at . Uttar Pradesh became the first state in the country to implement skill development policy, state health policy and declare human-wildlife conflict a disaster. It also secured the first place in the country by winning the top award for making the most purchases under e-market (Gem).
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Banerjee, Smriti. Regional imbalances in the agricultural development in Uttar Pradesh. Varanasi: Sudha Publications, (iii) To assess the indicators responsible for the imbalance in agricultural development in the study region.
Study Area Aligarh district is located in the central part of the Ganga - Yamuna Doab region of western part of Uttar Pradesh. It lies between latitudes 27º34’n and 28º10’n and between 77 29’ E andFile Size: KB. It uses UNDP methodology (subsequently used by a number of others) to standardize various indicators for agricultural attainment in the state of Uttar Pradesh using 13 agricultural development indicators.
A composite index has been constructed at the district level and also regional level for two cross-section years and Regional Imbalances: Cause # 1. Historical Factor: Historically, regional imbalances in India started from its British regime. The British rulers as well as industrialists started to develop only those earmarked regions of the country which as per their own interest were possessing rich potential for prosperous manufacturing and trading activities.
ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN SANT KABIR NAGAR DISTRICT OF UTTAR PRADESH: AN ISSUE OF REGIONAL IMBALANCE Mumtaj Ahmad 1 and Pasarul Islam 2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, AMU, Aligarh, India Email: [email protected] 2Research Scholar, Department of Geography, AMU, Aligarh, India Email: [email protected] Determinants of Agriculture Production in Uttar Pradesh, India:A Regional Analysis.
imbalance use of agricultural inputs viz., chemical fertilizers one hand and much use of ground water on.
agricultural development and have adopted different approaches. Although considerable amount of work has been done to study the impact of regional disparities on agricultural development both national and International levels, hardly any systematic attempt has been made in this field at the district level.
Keeping these observations in view, in the. Uttar Pradesh has framed its policies to nurture and promote the budding agripreneurs.
Uttar Pradesh, the land of opportunities is widely acknowledged for its multi hued culture, religion, natural resources and variety of geographical land.
Uttar Pradesh is a steadily. Uttar Pradesh - The economics of Uttar Pradesh is based mainly on Agriculture and round 65 % of the total population is dependent on Agriculture. Contribution of agriculture sector is significant in Economic development of the state.
Intra-Regional Disparities, Inequality and Poverty in Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh has suffered from regional disparities and inequality and even six decades after independence, some of the regions of this state are very backward and the abode of the largest proportion of poor in the country.
A number of study had been carried out in India to identify regional disparities and inequalities in terms of agricultural development [11,12], social development [13,14], economic development.
The Backward Region Grant Fund (BRGF) is a Programme implemented in identified backward districts in all States of the country to redress regional imbalances in development.
BRGF consists of two funding window namely Development Grant and Capacity Building. This study analyses the regional dimensions of the productivity of 5 crops (wheat, rice, maize, barley, and sugarcane) in the Upper Ganga-Yamuna Doab, Uttar Pradesh, India, using secondary data for Regions of high, medium, and low productivity are identified.
The crops are ranked according to productivity, with sugarcane ranking first. To assess the level of agricultural development in Uttar Pradesh. To examine regional disparity in agricultural growth in Uttar Pradesh. To analyse the effects of different economic factors on the development of agriculture sector in Uttar Pradesh(U.P.).
The study. Inter - States and Intra State Agitations: Uneven regional development or regional imbalances lead to several agitations with in a State or between the States.
The erstwhile combined State of Andhra Pradesh can be sited as the best example of the consequences of intra - state regional imbalance in terms of development.
Objectives. The basic objectives of the present study are as follows: • To highlight some ecological factors and their impact on hill crop farming in the Uttaranchal Himalaya.
1 To analyze the spatial distribution and regional imbalances in cropping patterns by identifying crop combinations, crop concentration and crop diversity of the major crops. Regional imbalances in India: Jharkhand from Bihar and Uttaranchal from Uttar Pradesh. These demands for separate states are mainly due to lack of economic development in such regions.
Regional Imbalances in Economic Development. Retrieved Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath. (File Photo) Three years of trust, development and good governance have transformed Uttar Pradesh from being one of the laggard states to one with a new model of development, which bears the responsibility to change the lives of 23 crore people and play a leadership role in remoulding the Indian economy.
Another important indicator of regional disparities is the differences in the levels of agricultural and industrial development between different states of the country. In India, states like Punjab, Haryana- and part of Uttar Pradesh had recorded a high rate agricultural productivity due to its high proportion of irrigated areas and higher level of fertilizer use.
Uttar Pradesh has declined from % in /12 to % in / Overall, labor productivity in Uttar Pradesh (measured as output per worker) is around 50% of labor productivity in the rest of India, and wages tend to be % lower than the all-India level. and draw the plans to reduce regional imbalance in development.
This type of planning is termed as regional planning. districts comprising all the hilly districts of Uttar Pradesh (present Uttara khand), Mikir Hill and North Cachar hills of Assam, Darj iling district of development of agriculture and allied sectors with major focus on.The share of Uttar Pradesh in total exports from the country is %.
Almost each district in the State has one or more unique products – be it in the handicrafts, handlooms or agriculture / horticulture produce or small enterprises, with distinct identity at national and international levels.Uttar Pradesh Agriculture Department has introduced Agriculture Policy, in order to achieve the multidimensional potential of agricultural development in the state.
This ambitious policy aims at encouraging private sector participation in the field of agricultural research, development, extension, input management and distribution, and agricultural marketing.