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The Growing Context of Agricultural Finance in India

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 10817-10830

Keywords : : Agriculture; Finance; Institutional and Non-institutional Sources & Kisan Credit Card;

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Agricultural financing is significant, as are the instruments used in agricultural production. The emphasis on the structural structure for agricultural loans was put on understanding the importance of agricultural loans to sustain agriculture production after the beginning of the expected growth cycle in India. This paper discusses the past and needs of Indian farm finance, origins and scale of farm finance, and reviews the growth of farming finance. The paper is focused on secondary information gathered from various sources and analyzed using descriptive statistical methods (if applicable). Farmers need capital for both productivity and unproductive use. Farmers need money. Centralized and non-institutional financing sources are the key sources of finance in agriculture. In recent years, the share of agriculture financed by non-institutionalized platforms such as money lenders fell sharply from 90,9% to 20,9%.For scheduled commercial banks with CGR 32.05, the highest lending rate was 32.05, while for co-operatives with CGR short-term loans the lowest was 13,57%. For long-term loans, for Planned Commercial Banks with CGR 22,74 the average outstanding debt was 22,74, while for Co-operatives it was 2.81% CGR the lowest. The share of agricultural credits slowly increased in the agricultural GDP after the 1950s and then as part of GDP as a whole until the 1980s. Advice for lenders on the internal formalities of financial institutions should improve access to institutional loans further. Microfinance and Kisan Credit Cards (KCC) should be adopted and simplified in order to alleviate the suffering of low, poor, and easily linked tribal farmers within the Self Help Group (SHG)

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