2 edition of Tables with notes on disposal of cereals by producer households in rural areas. found in the catalog.
Tables with notes on disposal of cereals by producer households in rural areas.
Indian Statistical Institute.
|Statement||Issued by the Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India.|
|Series||The National Sample Survey, no. 115|
|Contributions||Aikat, Jibson Krishna., Panesar, B. R.|
|LC Classifications||HA1719 .A3 no. 115|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 48 p.|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||79290055|
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rural income production population growth tbe areas policy households incidence national nla policies brazil million rural households were found to be facing exclusion, either from assets or socio-economic benefits, according to data released by the Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC) survey in As many as million people in India, or 69% of the population lived in rural areas according to censes estimates.
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But the government bodies charged with delivering countryside policy very often seem. Cereals are still the mainstay of protein intake in India.
About 50–60% of rural and urban protein intake is from cereals. Pulses and milk each account for 11% and 12% of protein intake for rural and urban Indians, respectively. Ideally, each of these figures should be ∼25%.Cited by: 9. This chapter discusses three themes illuminating the regional element in the link between global food balances and individual hunger.
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SOFA, of which two issues were published, is one of the oldest continuous series of global reports in the world on major developments. Rural areas were the chief sufferers: as Table and Fig.
show, government efforts to keep the cities adequately supplied succeeded in suppressing rural per capita grain supplies well below urban supplies, where they stayed right up to the s.
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