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Some Characteristics of Industrial Growth in India

in India A K Bagchi Despite the growth of large-scale industries in India since the 1850s, the country can hardly be said to have experienced industrialisation in the modern period. An active process of industrialisation must be marked at least by systematic increases in two ratios: the ratio of industrial output to total national income and the ratio of the working force employed in secondary industry to the working force available for employment.

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