Excessive dependence of agriculture and primary producing: Indian economy is characterised by too much dependence on agriculture and thus it is primary producing. If the resources of a country are meagre and scanty, then even after having fully developed them, it will remain poor. Nigeria has a higher population living on less than 2 a day. Inadequate development of economic organisation: Poor economic organisation is another important characteristic of the Indian economy. This imposes a greater economic burden on the economy of our country as to maintain such a rapidly growing population we require food, clothing, housing, schooling, health facilities etc.
Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World. Christianity has a strict separation; religion and politics are separate. Unemployment and Underemployment: Unemployment is a phenomenon of all economies whether developed or underdeveloped. Unregulated exercise of power; no oversight over government officials. India occupies a paradoxical plane among nation states: it is both developed and underdeveloped, rich and poor, strong and weak. However, India still remains one of the most underdeveloped countries in respect of per capita income. In most of the developed countries like U.
Archived from on 19 August 2012. Statistical agency of the U. Since then, the face of economic development of India has changed completely. New political opportunities directed women to more formal political participation. Keeping aside a very few countries, this per capita income figure of India is the lowest in the world and it is even lower than China and Pakistan. Improvement in the technology involved b. Here unemployment in India is the result of deficiency of capital.
Capitalizing on its large, educated English-speaking population, India has become a major exporter of information technology services, business outsourcing services, and software workers. War of a national liberation: succession: civil war Skoecpol and Huntington would not include Causes of Revolution: 1. It is the second largest producer of wheat, rice, sugar, groundnut and inland fish. Lack of employment opportunities and the consequential income disparity bring about mass poverty in most of the developing and under developed economies of the world. A large part of the credit is supplied by the traditional money-lenders. Tibet politics ran by religious leaders but they are Budhist based on tolerance, passivism It depends on which religion affects politics rather than political influence by the religious.
Economic Development — the Decisive Factors The economic development of India largely depends upon a few factors, which prove to be decisive. In 2004, nearly 58 per cent of the total working population of our country was engaged in agriculture and allied activities and was contributing about 21. All of the third world—former colonies, exploited by the west marxist string creates dependent relationship i. Another feature of the demographic pattern in underdeveloped countries is that a much larger proportion of the total population is in the younger age group. After more fundamental reforms since 1991 and their renewal in the 2000s, India has progressed towards a. As per 2001 census, 65. To put it in another way we can guess that total burden of unemployment during this Eighth Plan would be around 65 million which is a matter of serious concern for the economy of our country.
Which cooped with indigenous leadership killing the truth and rising the lie for their fellow citizens of the nation. Poor quality of human capital: Indian economy is suffering from its poor quality of human capital. Today situation demands mutual agreement of all countries in the field of science, technology,health,trade,space and many more. Moreover, due to the absence of proper infrastructural facilities, development potential of different regions of the country largely remains under-utilised. India's labour regulations are heavy even by developing country standards and analysts have urged the government to abolish them. That is what was faced by the people of India when the partitionhappened.
Their work, therefore, mostly consists of household duties and is not a part of the formal economy. In India, a steady growth has been observed in the yields per unit area of all the crops since 1950. The low income economies are generally described as developing economies, while high income economies are called developed economies. Due to excess labor, the marginal productivity of the workforce may be zero or even negative. According to Brazilian social scientist, Theotonio Dos Santos, dependence means a situation in which certain countries economies' are conditioned by the development and expansion of another to which the former is subject. Moreover, low agricultural productivity, lack of modernisation and lack of diversification in its output are some of the basic problems from which our agricultural sector is suffering.
Poor rate of capital formation and Others. People also adopt an outdated technique of production which results in low productivity. In most of the developed countries like U. Nearly 25 to 40 per cent of the population in India suffers from malnutrition. The report claims that poverty, unemployment and child labour are declining.
E,S,P underdevelopment are closely related, but not perfectly coralated with each other. Poverty is widespread in the underdeveloped countries, liven though major progress has been registered over the past 25 years, the absolute number of poor has in fact increased. In India bottom 40% of rural population possess only 5% of rural assets while 8% top households possess 46% of total rural assets. In 1985 the Ministry of Human Resource Development was founded to improve female literacy rates, and to support women looking to join the work force. Large proportion of labor force in the tertiary sector c. Low per Capita Income: An underdeveloped country is a poor country. Regional disparity is also crucial in this context.
The First World consists of the Western developed countries whereas the erstwhile Communist Countries led by Soviet Russia were referred to as the Second World. Which at long run fell into underdevelopment. The West believed that hunger had the power to drive people to peasant revolutions, so food aid was used explicitly to fight the spread communism. Must look at other measurements. BoP of a country is also an indicator of development or underdevelopment of the country.