Agriculture-related institutional and technological changes achieved in India
Agriculture development refers to helping crop producers or farmers by offering them various forms of support in the agricultural industry. Agriculture development includes things like offering security, assisting with research, using cutting-edge methods, preventing pests, and promoting diversity.
- Land reforms: Collectiveization, holdings consolidation, cooperation, and zamindari abolition.
- The White Revolution and Green Revolution in agriculture.
- Land development programs: construction of Grameen banks, cooperative societies, and banks for loaning money, as well as the purchase of crop insurance against drought, flood, cyclones, etc.
- Providing personal accident insurance plans and Kissan credit cards, among other things.
- Special radio and television weather reports and agricultural programs geared toward farmers.
Describe any three technological and institutional reforms made in the field of agriculture in India.
Collectivization, holding consolidation, cooperation, and the elimination of zamindari are examples of technological and institutional changes implemented in India's agricultural sector.