Industrial Analysis

Gaurav, Priya, Tanvi, Santosh, Aradhana, Manish

ANALYSIS OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE
From INTRODUCTION famine to plenty, from humiliation to
-Facts dignity. -Green Revolution

SWOT ANALYSIS

PEST ANALYSIS

CONCLUSION

Agriculture has always been to plenty, of India’s economy to From famine the lynchpin from humiliation since India’sdignity. independence.

Agriculture is a major source of livelihood for people.

The Indian Agriculture sector is the largest sector in the Indian economy contributing 17.5% to the GDP of the country as well as accounting for 13% of India's exports.

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity.

Origin of Green Revolution.

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity.
Why Green Revolution ?
High Yielding Variety (HYV) seeds Rural Credit Institutions
Dr. M S Swaminathan

Results of Green Revolution
Record grain output of 131 million tons in 1978-79. India transformed itself from a starving nation to an exporter of food.

Total Geographical Area - 328 million hectares Net Area sown - 190.8 million hectares From famine to plenty, from humiliation to Gross Cropped Area – 142 million hectares dignity. Major Crop Production (1999-2000) R
Rice 89.5 million tonnes W Wheat 75.6 million tonnes C Coarse Cereals 30.5 million tonnes P Pulses 13.4 million tonnes O Oilseeds 20.9 million tonnes S Sugarcane 29.9 million tonnes

Contributes to 17.5% of GDP From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity. Provides food to 1Billion people Sustains 60% of the population Produces 51 major Crops Provides Raw Material to Industries Contributes to 1/6th of the export earnings

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity.

Rich Bio-Diversity Arable Land From famine to plenty, from humiliation to STRENGTHS dignity. Self Sufficient Production Leading Producer

Climate Variability

WEAKNESSE S

Lack of Capital and knowledge Low Technological Inputs Fragmentation of Land

Potential International Market Diversified Agro-based Industry From famine to plenty, from humiliation to OPPORTUNITIES dignity. Initiatives by Private Organizations Agricultural Tourism

Ecological

THREATS

Unsustainable Resource Usage Imports Unsustainable Regional Development

POLITICAL

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity.

ECONOMIC

PEST

SOCIAL

TECHNOLOGIC AL

POLITICAL FACTORS

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to Micro Finance Credit & Insurance dignity.
Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana Support Services for Women Minimum Support Price New tech. like B.T. & I.C.T. Interest Rates Inflation effects Exchange Rates

ECONOMIC FACTORS

SOCIAL FACTORS

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to Lack of soil testing facilities Rapid Population Growth dignity.
Integrated farming approach Resistance to Change Rain Water Harvesting Inappropriate Land Tenure System Organic Farming

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS

Agriculture has made huge strides in developing its potential.

From famine to plenty, from humiliation to dignity.
Strengthening the backbone of Indian Economy

India’s capacity to compete in Global Markets.

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