Economic Geography of India | TC Sharma - Rawat Publication
PAGES: 760 pages
ABOUT THE BOOK
Economic Geography of India provides a systematic in-depth spatio-temporal analysis of India’s economic development and future prospects and problems in all the major sectors including land and water resources, irrigation development, agricultural development, mineral resources, power resources, industrial development, transport and international trade. A large number of attractive and accurate maps and precise up-do-date data tables have been given in support of the text to render it authentic and accurate. The book is intended as a text/reference for the degree and post-graduate level courses prescribed in Geography in the Indian universities and for the competitive examinations for entry into the union and states services. Many others interested in India’s economic development may also find it useful.
1. Indian Agriculture: Problems and Prospects
ABOUT THE AUTHOR / EDITOR
T.C. Sharma is an accomplished researcher and writer on India’s geography with scores of published research papers, two research monographs and several university level textbooks to his credit. He taught Geography at the degree and post-graduate levels for over three decades in the Parvati Devi College of Arts and Commerce, Belgaum, from where he retired as its Principal.