. Describe the impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture

Best Answer


  • Globalisation is the process of integrating a nation's economy into the world's economy.
  • Globalisation makes the movement of people and goods easy from one country to another.
  • Globalisation has an impact on various sectors such as agriculture, technology, service sector, manufacturing sector etc. 
  • Impact of globalisation on a particular country may be positive and negative.

Final Answer:

The impact of gloabalisation on Indian agriculture: 

  1. Indian farmers faced more competition as the market opened globally. 
  2. Indian farmers are not able to compete with the farmers of the developed countries due to low income, small size of land and insufficient subsidies provided.



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