A more rapidly growing manufacturing sector can also play an important role in indirect employment in addition to the well-known role of stimulating backward linkages to primary sectors, growth in manufacturing also promotes growth and employment in services sectors. It also induces service sector like transport, market etc to flourishas all the sectors of economy are interdependent, secondary sector has a great contribution for the sustenance and growth of other sectors secondary sector induces growth and productivity to primary sector and helps in nourishment of tertiary sector. Class notes rising importance of the tertiary sector in production the cause for tertiary sector becoming important sector in india by replacing the primary sector are as follows: (i) concept of welfare state and basic services: in modern welfare state such as india, the government is supposed to provide basic services such as hospitals. The primary objective of the small sector industrial policy during the nineties was to impart more vitality and growth impetus to the sector to enable it to contribute its mite fully to the economy, particularly in terms of growth of output, employment and exports. Indian economy is classified into three sectors viz, primary sector, secondary sector and tertiary sector agriculture, forestry, pasturing, mining, fishing encompasses primary activities as their products are essential or vital for human beings.
Agriculture and allied sectors like forestry, logging and fishing accounted for 166% of the gdp in 2007, employed 60% of the total workforce and despite a steady decline of its share in the gdp, is still the largest economic sector and plays a significant role in the overall socio-economic development of india. The primary sectory has been playing a large role in our indian economy from ancient time we witnessed that our ancestors to do these things only like agriculture, animal husbandry ,fishing etc. Tertiary sector of indian economy the tertiary sector includes service industry and it holds the highest importance among all sectors the tertiary sector of economy involves the provision of services to business as well as final consumers.
The primary sector of the economy is the change of natural resources into primary products, it is the first step followed by the secondary and tertiary sectors. Secondary sector is the most important sector of an economy according to economic theory, countries dependent on agriculture and allied activities ie primary sector, grow slowly and remain under-developed or developing economies. The government of india recognises the importance of promoting growth in services sectors and provides several incentives in wide variety of sectors such as health care, tourism, education, engineering, communications, transportation, information technology, banking, finance, management, among others. The indian primary aluminium industry consists of three major players ie national aluminium company limited (nalco), hindalco industries and the sesa sterlite group, having total installed smelting capacity.
Usually focussed on: (a) the importance of key sectors in various historical epochs, (b) the delineation of productive from nonproductive labor, and (c) the iden- tification of stages of economic growth. Evolution of an economy from primary sector based to tertiary sector: during early civilization all economic activity was in primary sector when the food production became surplus people's need for other products increased. The post-industrial phase- as the tertiary sector becomes the most important sector, the secondary sector declines and the primary sector employs a small percentage of the active population study figure 1, which shows the clark-fisher model.
Primary sector : when we produce a good by exploiting natural resources it is an activity of the primary sector also known as agriculture and related sector it is an activity of the primary sector also known as agriculture and related sector. Role and importance of secondary sector-gayathri r primary sector, secondary sector and tertiary sector of different sectors in indian economy is different. The service sector, also called tertiary sector, is the third of the three traditional economic sectorsthe other two are the primary sector, which covers areas such as farming, mining and fishing and the secondary sector which covers manufacturing and making things. Ans public sector is an important sector for the development of economy (i) there are several things needed by the society as a whole but which the private sector will not provide at a reasonable cost.
Primary sector e the primary sector of the economy is the sector of an economy making direct use of natural resources e this includes agriculture, forestry, fishing and mining in contrast, the secondary sector produces manufactured goods, and the tertiary sector provides services. In india more than 60% of the population is involved in primary sector especially in agriculture whereas in usa or japan the vast majority of population is involved in the other two sectorsin these countries tertiary sector is the most important. The tertiary sector or service sector is the third of the three economic sectors of the three-sector theorythe others are the secondary sector (approximately the same as manufacturing), and the primary sector (raw materials. The primary sector is an economic description, concerned with the extraction of raw materials this sector includes agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, fishing, mining etc this sector is more important in developing countries than in developed countries.
Abstract: agriculture sector also known as primary sector is essential for economic growth in any economy including india it has emerged as the essential-growing sector in the global economy since independence. The primary sector, secondary sector and tertiary sectors account for 25%, 24% and 51% of the gdp respectively unfortunately the common man (because of ignorance), the politicians (because of lack of education and poor quality brains) and the economists (because of ideological blindness) do not understand the importance of the tertiary sector. The role of the service sector in the indian economy january 12, 2012 february 20, 2016 jennymackness on a recent trip - 2-9 th january 2012 - to chennai (formerly madras) in india, i attended part of a small conference, which focussed on the role of the services sector on the growth of the indian economy.