India is an agricultural nation. More than 80 percent of people in rural India depend on agriculture and allied activities as their primary source of income. About 52 percent of the labour force is employed by it. Between 14 and 15 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is its contribution. At the time of independence, there was a lack of food grains and since then, India's agricultural sector has grown exponentially since 1966. Despite a growing population, India currently is self-sufficient in the majority of food grains. Gaining competence in adoption of modern agriculture technologies is great challenge for many of our farmers as farming is turning-out to be knowledge-based and market-oriented. India does need education at all levels to better prepare its farmers to face the...
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