TITLE

Information and Technology: Interlinking Strategies with Practices in Indian Agriculture

AUTHOR(S)
Venkatesh, J.; Sekar, S.; Aarthy, C.; Balasubramanian, M.; Cherurvettil, Priyesh; Priya, S.; Vivekanandan, K.; Thenmozhi, S.; Balasubramanie, P.; Marimuthu, R.
PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
International Research Journal of Finance & Economics;8/1/2012, Issue 95, p72
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Indian agriculture is at crossway and one of the major obstacles is to turn around the braking in agricultural growth. Motives behind the poor performance are due to less publicprivate contribution in terms of bulk provision, transport, procurement, and storage of agri possessions besides the low output yielding from the small economic property of Indian farming community. Despite escalating the mono-cropping and handling buffer-stocks or making alterations caused by the government intrusions in wheat market in the recent past, attention on fair price apprehension for the farmers is a contemporary issue. There is a thought saying that free-market approach to agrarian policy would be much more operative to expand the income of farmers. In the environment of much conversed and controversial issues on technology and information, this article has come out with three proposals with respect to sustainability issues and risk management. Hence, this article is an endeavor to recap the synchronized issues, scope, and redefining the boundary in Indian agriculture by joining government, trade, and academic circles in the direction of enhanced strategies followed by better practices.
ACCESSION #
79936333

 

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