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The most pressing need of development countries (like India) is rapid industrialization. It is an
effort in which the developing countries place a major hope to a finding a solution of their problem of
poverty in security and over population and ending their newly realized backwardness. Economists like
Colin Clark have pointed out that economic growth is positively correlated with the proportion of working
population engaged in the secondary and tertiary sector and low per capital income is associated with high
proportion of population engaged in the agriculture sector. Economic growth, therefore entails the
movement of resources from low productive sector agriculture to a high productivity sector industry.