Agriculture And Allied Industries In India (Infographic)

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As per Economic Survey 2020-21, for the first time in the last 17 years, the agriculture sector’s contribution has reached almost 20% in GDP (Gross Domestic Product). It has rapidly increased from 17.8 % in the year 2019-20. 

In 2020-21, Gross Value Added for agriculture and allied sectors have maintained a positive growth of 3.4 % while the entire economy contracted. Despite the Covid19 pandemic, the continuous supply of agricultural commodities such as wheat, rice, pulses, and vegetables have made this possible. Also, the largest industries of our country including jute, textiles, sugar, milk, etc. are dependent on agriculture for their raw materials. 

‘Agriculture and allied sectors are the largest sources of livelihood in India. The infographic below will give you a brief insight into the allied industries of agriculture in India. It includes Crop production, Horticulture sector, Livestock, Fisheries, and Sericulture.    

Agriculture and Allied Industries in India (Infographic)

Agriculture And Allied Industries In India - Infographic
Agriculture And Allied Industries In India – Infographic

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