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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 12, Part G (2020)

Mechanisation and its effect on the productivity and employment in Bihar

Author(s)
Mangal Murti
Abstract
Agriculture occupies the pivotal position in Indian economy. Major part of its population depends on agriculture for their livelihood. From ancient period to present age, it has been occupying the highest place in Indian economy or in our economic system; so, the imperative need of our age is to raise the productivity of Indian agriculture. One of the view or the view of technocrats is as for raising the productivity of agriculture is the rapid mechanization of the agriculture. The view of another school of thought is against of mechanization as the remedy for low productivity of agriculture. They put more emphasis on institutional reforms like land reforms. Behind this controversy, the fact is that farm mechanization has brought effect on the productivity and employment in agriculture sector.
Pages: 441-443  |  46 Views  1 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mangal Murti. Mechanisation and its effect on the productivity and employment in Bihar. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(12):441-443.
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