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Analyzing the Conceptual Framework and Policy Measures for Improving the Agricultural Trade | Original Article

Anju Rani*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


The agricultural sector has been crucial to India's progress toward its Aatmanirbhar Bharat aim, as well as the generation of much-needed foreign cash via the sale of agricultural goods. This research attempts to examine the patterns and outcomes of agricultural commerce from fiscal year 1990–1991 to fiscal year 2020–2021, with the last year coinciding with the COVID–19 epidemic. Using just available secondary sources. The first three months of 202122 saw an increase in agri-imports, vegetable oils leading the way, followed by raw and waste cotton, and then fresh fruits and vegetables. The data was compiled and analysed using standard tabular formats, visual representations of the data, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR), and the coefficient of variation. Thus, India has shown a remarkable development curve, going from a food-insecure nation to one that is both food-secure and food-abundant. India is now a net exporter of agricultural output thanks to a series of revolutions in agricultural productivity spurred on by technologies, incentives, and institutions.