AN ANALYSIS THE TRENDS OF GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION AND VALUE OF OUTPUT IN AGRICULTURE SECTOR IN INDIA

Mr. Dilipa D P, Dr. K C Basavaraju

Abstract


This study was intended to evaluate the trends of gross capital formation and value of output in agriculture and allied activities in India from 1950-51 to 1999-2000. Now a day in India agriculture sector has been receiving less importance by the public sector. Due to this reason why Govt. has been neglect the agriculture sector? And what is the reason for this?

This study was found that there is a positive trend in gross capital formation in agriculture and allied sector. Investment had been made more by public sector and less by the private sector during period from 1950 to 1990.  After liberalisation (1991-92) investment on agriculture had been declining by public sector and increasing by the private sector. Value of output from agriculture and allied activities was doubled during this period based on 1993-94 constant prices shown that positive sign GFC and value of output in point of view capital output ratio.

 

 

 

 


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