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An analysis of paddy productivity growth in West Bengal and Orissa
by Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics in [Delhi
Written in English
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 86, Working paper series (Delhi School of Economics. Centre for Development Economics) ;, no. 86.|
|Contributions||Delhi School of Economics. Centre for Development Economics.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2003/60174 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2002285643|
The Bengal famine of (Bengali: pônchasher mônnôntôr) was a famine in the Bengal province of British India during World War estimated –3 million, out of a population of million, died of starvation, malaria, or other diseases aggravated by malnutrition, population displacement, unsanitary conditions and lack of health care.. Millions were impoverished as Country: British India. Ambitious crops are grown in the states of Assam, West Bengal and Odisha. The three crops of paddy grown in the states of Assam, West Bengal and Odisha are Aus, Aman and Boro. Apart from that, you can also find different types of other crops in these states such as rice, maize, jower, bajra, cotton, jute and groundnut.
West Bengal produces about million tonnes of paddy each year across the three seasons; that include aus, aman and boro. The kharif paddy (aus and aman) output accounts for about 70 per cent. growth during the s and the ﬁrst half of the s. The purpose of this paper is to address these concerns. First, we perform a more disaggregated analysis of the eﬀects of the tenancy reform in West Bengal on yields at the farm level, controlling for farm ﬁxed eﬀects. This allows us to separately estimate impacts.
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An Analysis of Paddy Productivity Growth in West Bengal and Orissa Article in Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 56(4) September with 70 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Downloadable. In this paper, we attempt to analyse the changes in paddy productivity growth in West Bengal and Orissa during eighties and early nineties. Results reveal that input productivity has played an important role in the agricultural growth performance in the eighties and early nineties in these states.
While this productivity growth has been brought about through. sources of agricultural productivity growth in orissa ha in rabi) with higher variability (Coef cient of variation for kharif paddy is 24% against 7 % for rabi paddy) in productivity.
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Economic Analysis of Production, Marketing and Constraints of Paddy in Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh, India Neha Lakra*, A. Gauraha and K. Banafar Department of Agricultural Economics, IGKV, Raipur (CG), India *Corresponding author A B S T R A C T fertilizers in very low quantity in all the Kharif & Rabi Size: KB.
West Bengal, India’s sixth largest state in terms of economic size, had a Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) estimated at Rs trillion (US$ billion) in The average annual GSDP growth rate from to was about per cent.
West Bengal has 12 growth centres for. KOLKATA: A high kharif paddy production coupled with almost zero exports to Bangladesh has pushed down paddy prices in Bengal. Paddy is selling around Rs per quintal below the minimum support price of Rs 1, per quintal.
Bengal, which stands second in rice production, has produced 15% extra this kharif paddy as compared to kharif. Comprising of various revenue-earning sectors, Economy of West Bengal is considered as one of the rapidly developing strata of the state. Agriculture and services sector being the prime.
Pangasius sutchi, one of the swift growing catfishes was first introduced into India in the year – in the state of West Bengal from Thailand through Bangladesh. Initially farming was carried out in limited area in the States of West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh.
This fish grows to 1– kg during one year. The economy of West Bengal is the sixth-largest state economy in –18, its public debt stood at ₹ lakh crore (US$50 billion) or % of GSDP.
The state primarily dependent on agriculture and medium-sized industry, although services and heavy industries play an increasingly significant role in the economy of the rank: 6th.
A Resource Book oro rice is cultivated in waterlogged, low-lying or medium lands with irrigation during State Productivity (t/ha) West Bengal Orissa Assam Bihar Eastern U.P.
Average More important advantage is the lower winter temperature during the earlier crop growth. This facilitates the accumulation of photo File Size: KB. Rice production in West Bengal (WB) can reach lakh million tonnes mark by from the current level of about lakh million tonne through increased usage of high yielding varities.
Area under high yielding varieties is nearly 85%. Triennium average productivity of the State is 2, kg/ha. as against 1, kg/ha triennium average productivity of the country. Area, production and productivity of rice under different productivity groups in West Bengal during triennium ending are given in Table ECONOMIC REVIEW WEST BENGAL Growth Performance in The growth performance of West Bengal has outperformed India’s growth in agricultural sector.
Theagricultural sector saw a growth of % (nominal). Bay of Bengal in the south and Orissa, Jharkhand, Bihar and Nepal in the west.
The agriculture area of the state is 51, sq. kms. in and UDQNLQJ WKH ¿UVW LQ SURGXFWLRQ RI ULFH DQG MXWH DQG VHFRQG LQ SURGXFWLRQ RI tea in the country. West Bengal accounts for per cent of the total riceFile Size: 2MB. Rice production in West Bengal is spread across three seasonsaus, aman and boro.
Of these, the kharif rise aus and aman) account for about 70% of the state’s production. Last year, despite a delayed monsoon, the price of paddy crashed due to excess, but low-quality : Namrata Acharya.
gime in West Bengal would have perhaps achieved a growth rate closer to that of China.4 The relationship between irrigation and agricultural productivity and growth is a well known one and needs no elaboration here. Despite the low intensity of irrigation West Bengal has the third-highest average yield in India, which at 2, kg per ha.
Figure State-wise Average Growth rate and Coefficient of Variation ( to ) 6 Figure Rate of growth of GCF and GDP from agriculture and allied sector (at Constant.
In such a situation, the system of rice intensification (SRI), which is a low-cost and high yielding system, might be a sustainable alternative to conventional paddy production (Batuvitage, ).
Uphoff,Uphoff, on the basis of field experiences from some Asian and African countries reports the average rice yield with SRI to be Cited by: Rice production in India is an important part of the national economy.
Major cropping areas in India. Rice shaded in light jade green indicates the most important and extensive growing areas in the east of the country. India is one of the world's largest producers of rice and brown rice, people of the eastern and southern parts of the country.
West Bengal [26 o35´15´´(N) – ´37´´(W)] covers an area of sq. km. which is in average 15m above mean sea level. The climate of this zone is sub-tropical humid in by: 1.In this process area, production and yield/productivity data for the yearand has been pooled together to arrive at triennium average of area, production and productivity per hectare.
In the analysis triennium average data as .This paper analyzes the growth pattern of foodgrains production in West Bengal for the period of to Goodness of fit has been tested for functional forms, viz., linear, exponential, log quadratic, parabolic, etc., both in the simple and kink (double) forms.