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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Identification of agripreneurs in Andhra Pradesh, India: An evaluative study

Author(s):
Sravan Kumar Tamminana and Basavaprabhu Jirli
Abstract:
Agripreneurship is not just merely adopting new methodologies and techniques in the system but also with integration of the need based technologies creates a new platform for enhancing the economy of the individuals and the country as well. The concept of commercialization in agriculture and allied sectors has always been a great boon in restructuring the shape of Indian economy, where it snails till today. The next to think of, is an Agripreneur, whose creativeness makes the ease of new way of doing things by taking needed risks, adopting innovations and tapping new opportunities in organized markets. The Agripreneurship is one such area, which creates an iconic shift in the world. This study conducted in Andhra Pradesh, was an attempt to enlighten the key issues in identifying the enterprises who lead the successful agripreneurship. Further, the scope in prioritization of few enterprises also depends on the funding agencies. However, funding agencies play an important role in motivating the small & marginal farmers, rural youth and women in taking up the enterprises which creates a sense of livelihood. In present days, the idea of creating the Agricultural Hubs (AgHubs) have showed a clear path by creating a wider scope and opportunities for the younger generations to explore their budding talents through various platforms. The National Policies and the Agricultural laws have given a major strength in boosting the Agripreneurship. But the finding says, the future is always a scope in designing the new modules for strengthening the need based value chains in the country.
Pages: 2710-2715  |  290 Views  76 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sravan Kumar Tamminana and Basavaprabhu Jirli. Identification of agripreneurs in Andhra Pradesh, India: An evaluative study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 2710-2715.

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