INDIAN RURAL ECONOMY ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

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Published: 2020-04-08

Page: 70-74


ISHFAQ AHMAD BHAT *

Govt. P. G. College, Rajouri, J&K, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

An ever-increasing number of nations have begun understanding that dealing with the rustic condition is a solid method to assist them with growing their economy in a superior way. The provincial segment is significant for the general public since it creates the development and advancement of the civic establishments to continue and accomplish human objectives for better presence. Monetary development and rustic culture are associated because the majority of the assets accessible for improvement originate from the provincial social orders. The essential point of the paper is to examine the conditions of the provincial economy and concentrate on the issues and difficulties of the towns. The paper intends to outline a key structure for the improvement of the rustic economy to make a superior tomorrow for India.

Keywords: Rustic, agribusiness, rural society, provincial society.


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BHAT, I. A. (2020). INDIAN RURAL ECONOMY ISSUES AND CHALLENGES. Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research, 12(1), 70–74. Retrieved from https://ikprress.org/index.php/JGEMBR/article/view/5004

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