. Describe the impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture
- 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.
The impact of gloabalisation on Indian agriculture:
- Indian farmers faced more competition as the market opened globally.
- 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.