IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 8, August 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Agriculture is an economic activity that manifests the complex relationship between natural and human resources. The growth of agriculture is prerequisite for overall development of Indian economy. It contributes significantly to the export earnings and affects the performance of other sectors of the economy through forward and backward linkages. The present paper analysis disparities in agricultural development in Aligarh district at block level during the period of 2011-12. The analysis of the study have been carried out by transforming and combining data related to various variable, (percentage of literate people to total population, percentage of agricultural workers to total workers, percentage of net sown area to total geographical area, fertilizers consumption in kg per hectare, percentage of net irrigated area to net sown area, percentage of canal irrigation to the net irrigated area, percentage of tube well irrigation to the net irrigated area, number of agricultural implements per thousand hectare, cropping intensity) using Z score to get composite score, development of blocks have been categorized into three categories i.e., high, medium and low. The results of the aforesaid analysis the modern technological inputs have reciprocal relationship with agricultural development in the study area.