Rural Industrialization In India

  • Akhilesh Dixit Asst. Professor, I.B.M., C.S.J.M.U. Kanpur


Only rapid rural industrialization can help developing countries substantially increase opportunities for employment in the non-agricultural sector, expand the production of inputs needed to increase agricultural output and multiply the number of plants available for processing farm commodities. It can successfully revitalize the rural masses and assist the urban sector too. There is a close relationship between employment generated in rural non-farming activities and the spread of prosperity resulting from agricultural growth. The value productivity per worker in the secondary and tertiary sectors is much higher than in the primary sector. The shift in occupational structure therefore would be associated with rise in per capita income. Key words: Industrialization, Rural market, Rural development


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