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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 1, Issue 9, Part P (2015)

Development of agriculture in India through agripreneurs

Author(s)
Satish S Uplaonkar, Sharanagoud S Biradar
Abstract
The study is intended to find out the role of Agripreneurs in agriculture development in India. Entrepreneurship has been named as one of the key driver for economic development. During an economic crisis, when development is negative, the importance of entrepreneurship development has increased. During recent worldwide financial turbulence the importance of entrepreneurship has never been more obvious. Entrepreneurship has been linked to amplified growth, increased aggressiveness of countries, increased creation of wealth and increased quality of life. After economic liberalization, entrepreneurial activity is playing a major role in socioeconomic. In developing countries like India for raising the living standard of the vast majority of the backward regions, planning and implementation for development of entrepreneurial programmes are essential because of their over-dependence on agriculture for employment Thus entrepreneurship development in rural industries appears to be the best potential alternative to find employment avenues for the rural population. The importance of entrepreneurship development in agricultural sector and business planning for agricultural firms-from input traders to producers to processors and the steps required to prepare a thorough business plan.
Pages: 1063-1066  |  664 Views  17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Satish S Uplaonkar, Sharanagoud S Biradar. Development of agriculture in India through agripreneurs. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(9): 1063-1066.
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