The process of contact and integration between individuals, organisations, and governments on a global scale is known as globalisation. Since the 18th century, globalisation has accelerated due to advancements in communications and transportation technologies.
Globalisation has had a significant impact on several aspects of the county’s economy. Agriculture in India, however, faltered. Being one of the primary occupations in the rural parts of the country of India, agriculture makes up to be of great importance. Globalisation has had a multitude of impact on it.
Impact of Globalisation on Indian Agriculture
The impact of globalisation on Indian Agriculture has been discussed below;
Due to globalisation, Indian farmers have faced increased difficulties, notably since 1990.
India is a major producer of spices, jute, coffee, tea, rubber, cotton, and rice. However, our agricultural products cannot compete with those of industrialised nations due to their heavily subsidised agriculture.
The future of Indian agriculture was in doubt.
To make agriculture economical and successful, it should be prioritised to improve the circumstances of small and marginal farmers.
The term "globalisation" refers to the increasing interdependence of the economies, cultures, and populations throughout the world as a result of technology, cross-border trade in goods and services, and flows of capital, labour, and information.
The less availability of labour in the fields as people began moving to cities in search of opportunities in other industries was one of the negative effects of globalisation on the Indian agriculture sector.