Prepareing for Government examinations? Economics notes available in Hindi for preparation competitive exams. Topics included in the attatment below are Elasticity of demand, (Personal Income or Net Domestic Product), History of Census, (National Policy For Skill Development And Entrepreneurship 2015), etc #UPSC
Available notes on general knowledge for students and individuals preparing for government exams. The attatched notes are provided in both Hindi and English language for better understanding and preparation. Also, the questions given below are for practice and revision purpose. #UPSC
This material will helps in preparing for the candidates appearing for the Competetive exams that includes UPSC,SSC,State service examinations This document makes the readers easily understandable about the concepts and the reviews of schemes with a diagramatic explanation.
AGRICULTURE AND INDIAN ECONOMY Agriculture is one of the main strongholds of the Indian Economy and the growth of agriculture and allied sector is still a critical factor in the overall performance of the economy Agriculture including allied activities accounted for 13.9% of GDP IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE IN INDIAN ECONOMY Share In National Income: The contribution from agriculture has been continuously falling from 55.1% in 1950-51 to 37.6% in 1981-82 and further to 13.9% in 2012-13. But agriculture still continues to be the main sector because it provides livelihood to a majority of the people Largest Employment Providing Sector: In 1951, 69.5% of the working population was engaged in agriculture Provision of Food Surplus to the Expanding Population: Heavy pressure of population in labour surplus economies and rapid increase in the demand for food. Contribution of Capital formation:Rural sector can transfer labour and capital to the industrial sector which can be effectively used to increase the productivity in the latter Providing Raw Material to industries: Agriculture provides raw materials to various industries of national importance.Sugar industry, Jute industry,Cotton textile, Vanaspati industry are examples of some such industries which depend on agriculture Agriculture and Exports: Agriculture plays an important role in the Indian economy as an earner of foreign exchange through exports of agricultural commodities. All these commodities bring value to foreign exchange to pay for the increases imports of machinery and raw materials required in the non agricultural sector