ISSN No : 2319-7935 (Print)
2319-7943 (Online)

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Ashok Yakkaldevi
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Indian Agriculture contributes to 18.6 per cent of India's GDP, and approximately 59 per cent Indians derive their livelihood from the agricultural sector. Today's farmers not only want the two-time bread for their families, but also surplus food production that can be sold in the market to earn them sufficient money to fulfill their other needs. Along this line, private sector initiatives like contract farming have commercialized the Indian agricultural sector. Many new concepts and theories that substitute traditional methods have also been seen. One of them is the introduction of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), which enables the dissemination of requisite information at the right time. This revolution in information technology has made access to information easy and cost-effective. ICT includes computers and communication technology along with associated software. The activities of generating, processing, transmitting, disseminating, sorting, archiving and retrieving information constitute the information industry.
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  • ict
  • agriculture
  • indian village
  • initiatives
  • development
  • communication
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