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Agriculture in Gujarat

This article provides a statistical profile of pre- and post-green revolution agriculture in Gujarat. Changes in cropping pattern, land and labour productivity and input use over 1961-93 are analysed. Cropping pattern has been shifting in favour of non-traditional non-food crops. Gujarat needs investment in infrastructure and strategies for sustainable resource use to improve productivity in agriculture

Ongoing Changes in Policy Environment and Farm Sector

Policy initiatives on the farm sector have often been uncoordinated and ad hoc and have come under criticism for their deleterious effect on the farm economy. Even more importantly, the movement under liberalisation to arrive at appropriate input and out put prices in the farm sector may well be having wideranging impact on the development of the sector. In this context, the Planning Commission sponsored agro-climatic regional planning approach initiated in 1988 has yielded positive results.

Rural Non-Agricultural Employment in India-Role of Development Process and Rural-Urban

Role of Development Process and Rural-Urban Employment Linkages D N Basu S P Kashyap This paper examines the rural non-farm sector across different agro-climatic conditions with emphasis on identifying regionally differentiated agricultural development processes in relation to the size of the non-farm sector. The approach is sequential and exploratory, scanning the macro and micro level studies.

Ailing Industrial System of India-A Diagnosis.pdf

A Diagnosis S P Kashyap Amita Shah During the four decades of independence the Indian industrial economy has failed to emerge as the leading sector. Sectoral shares in terms of income generation have altered but the relative losses of the primary sector are largely gained by the tertiary sector with only marginal gains for the secondary sector. The industrial econotrty has all the symptoms of a high cost economy, lacking in vitality and prone to sickness. It is argued that the conditions that could make the industrial system the engine of growth are virtually non-existent. Government policy has been excessively preoccupied with spatial and scalar considerations with scant attention te efficiency. This in turn has led to some unhealthy features like a distorted pattern of development, technological stagnation, low productivity and exploitative production relations.

Diamond Shaping Industry in Surat-Characteristics of Firms by Size

Characteristics of Firms by Size S P Kashyap R S Tiwari Most works on village and small-scale industry treat the household industry sector as a composite category and ignore its inherent hetrogeneity. Even industry-specific enquiries fail to reveal inter-firm relationships. In this paper, the authors study inter-firm inter-dependence in the diamond polishing industry in Surat and assess how this inter-dependence affects the firms' fortunes.

Regional Industrial Diversification in India

Yoginder K Alagh K K Subrahmanian S P Kashyap Regional planning has to be concerned with evolving the optimum pattern of inter-regional allocation of resources given the diverse production potentials and demand characteristics of the regions. The purpose is to achieve the best rate of national growth consistent with the requirement of inter-regional equity.
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