A design for development of village industries in West Bengal
Superintendent, Govt. Print., West Bengal Govt. Press, 1959 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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acres aforesaid agricultural population agricultural sector agriculturist amount bamboo products Bankura big industries Calcutta calories capital cent central workshops cereals classes of industries co-operatives consumption Cooch Behar cotton textiles created crores decentralised system diet discussed district diversion earlier earthenware employ entrepreneurs establishments expenditure fact financing full-time employments Government handloom Howrah income increase India Industrial Bank investment Jalpaiguri jute mills lakhs lakhs of maunds lakhs of workers large number loans ment Midnapore migratory immigrants minimum months per worker Murshidabad mustard oil Number of worker organisation possible present Design programme proposed purchasing power quantity raw materials rice mills rice products rice-milling rupees rural areas sacking cloth scheme seasonal industry sericulture shown small industries small scale industries surplus system of production Table target textiles tion total number trade unspecified industries urban areas value added vegetable oil Village Industries Fund volume of production West Bengal woodware