Agricultural Credit - Accomplishments and Challenges
AbstractAgricultureâ€™s share in GDP is less than 15 per cent but it still remains the direct domain of over half of the population whose economic prospects are linked to the performance of agriculture. There are many schemes taken by NABARD to improve the agricultural sector but there ahead which need to be tackled so that the sector will improve further more. [Speech delivered at the thirty years anniversary celebration of NABARD at Mumbai]. URL:[http://www.nabard.org/pdf/Governor's%20speech.pdf].
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Agricultural Credit; NABARD; Reserve Bank; financial institution; SHG-Bank; rural credit policy; manpower; microfinance; households; India; poverty reduction; agriculture; food; self-sufficiency; productivity; Lead Bank Scheme; commercial banks; cooperative; GDP; farmers; poverty alleviation;
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