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Food philosophy of India (in Hindi)
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  1. aily Lecture Series Ramesh Singh's) A brief Summaryof unacadeny By Aartee Mishra Indian Economy Agriculture and Food Management-A Hindi

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  4. FOOD PHILOSOPHY OF INDIA The First Phase : This phase continued for the first three decades after Independence. The main aim and the struggle of this phase was producing as much foodgrains as required by the Indian population, i.e., achieving physical access to food > The Second Phase : As the inputs of the Green Revolution were costlier, its output naturally were to be costlier. To fight the situation there should have been a timebound and target-oriented macro-economic policy support, which could deliver comparative increase in the purchasing capacity of the masses to make food affordable for them. India badly failed in it. The crisis was managed by throwing higher and higher subsidies ultimately affecting government expenditure on the infrastructural shortcomings in the agriculture sector. Even after providing higher food subsidies, some people failed to purchase food and they were left with no option but to die of hunger

  5. FOOD PHILOSOPHY OF INDIA The Second Phase India is still in this phase and trying to solve the crisis through twin approach, firstly, by creating maximum number of gainful employment, and secondly, by cutting cost of foodgrains (via the second green revolution based on biotechnology) The Third Phase : By the early 1990s, several countries started going for ecologically friendly methods and techniques of industrial, agricultural and services sectors development. The much-hyped Green Revolution was declared ecologically untenable and the world headed for organic farming, green farming, etc.

  6. Land Reforms Phase 1: At the time of Independence, India was a typical agrarian economy and had inherited a very inequitable agrarian system >Land reforms will be a major plank of independent India and as part of the agrarian reforms it was made clear by the pledge of the Indian National Congress in 1935 itself. lad retom h ea ha tothe ohr canamies which opted for it in the past: Removing institutional discrepancies of the agrarian structure inherited from the past which obstructed increasing agricultural production, such as, the size of agricultural holding, land ownership, land inheritance, tenancy reforms, abolition of intermediaries, introduction of modern institutional factors to agriculture, etc. The other objective of the land reforms in India was related to the issue of socio-economic inequality in the country

  7. Land Reforms It became such a hot issue that land reforms in India got a 'badname' synonymous to land-grabbing by the government and allotting them to the landless masses The third objective of land reforms in India was highly contemporary in nature, which did not get enough socio-political attention-it was the objective of increasing agricultural production for solving the interrelated problems of poverty, malnutrition and food insecurity.


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