IAS (Admin.) IAS Mains GS Paper 3 (Science-Tech, Economy, Environment, & Disaster Management) Indian Agriculture-Scope and Significance Study Material (Page 4 of 24)

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Institutional Factors (Land Holdings, Land Tenure, and Land Reforms) : Land Reforms

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Land Reforms

After 1947, government abolished Zamindari and Jagirdari to remove intermediaries between state and peasants. This was the first legislation that nearly all states took up. Main objectives of the land reforms was to:

  • Redistribute…

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Institutional Factors (Land Holdings, Land Tenure, and Land Reforms) : Agricultural Cooperatives

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Agricultural Cooperatives

Agriculture cooperatives produce, organize, promote, market, process, and store agricultural, horticultural, and forest produce. They promote pooling of small land holdings, distribute agricultural machinery, and undertake wholesale, retail, and foreign trade. Effectively, major agriculture processing, distribution, input supply and agro-marketing across India is carried out through co-operatives.

During 19th century, farmers realized that their individual meager resources could be pooled effectively to solve problems of smallholdings, rural indebtedness, credit, input supply, and marketing of agricultural produce through cooperative practices. This led to …

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