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Agricultural development in India: an analytical state-wise study


, : Agricultural development in India: an analytical state-wise study. Agricultural development in India: an analytical state wise study: 157pp.

The book analyses economic growth by examining overall patterns of agricultural production in India. It also examines in closer detail the factors responsible for differential growth rates and slow progress in some states. The country is divided into five zones for the purpose of analysing trends in production and area under major cereal crops.


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