Like the industry and services sectors, we believe the agriculture sector also has the potential to record a double digit growth. Such growth can impact on the vast rural population, presently, not benefited from high economic growth. Besides, such growth can also generate handsome surpluses of foodgrains for exports. Setting such a high target requires a break from attempting marginal linear growth. What is needed is a bold plan to disruptive growth.
NATIONAL LEVEL SEMINAR TO IMPROVE AGRICULTURE PRODUCTIVITY ORGANISED BY ACMF IN ASSOCIATION WITH TAMIL NADU AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, INDIAN COUNCIL FOR AGRICULTURE RESEARCH/ DEPARTMENT OF RURAL EDUCATION, TAMIL NADU PLANNING COMMISSION, TATAs, MAHINDRAs, SHRIRAM GROUP, YES BANK
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