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Zoology a nature's way to inclusive growth

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Fishery, Inclusive growth, applied zoology, Apiculture, Sericulture, Poultry

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      Inclusive growth is a concept that advances equitable opportunities for economic participants during economic growth with benefits incurred by every section of society. Currently every segment associated with the development is thinking on the lines of inclusive growth only. Amongst those, Zoology is a nature’s way to inclusive growth. Zoology has numerous opportunities under its umbrella like, vermiculture, aquaculture, lac culture, animal husbasndary, sericulture, emu farming, biogas production, forensic sciences, spider silk, biocontrol agent’s rearing, butterfly farming and many more. Zoological learning and research has developed skill at local and national level. This may engage the whole family by imparting skills which will provide employment for whole village resulting in deployment of clusters and allied small scale industries. This may also inculcate nature awareness from root level of society. Thus zoological enterprises may generate sustainable employment for all. They may contribute to production and export capacity of a nation. Furthermore, this will in turn help uplift socio economic status, contribute to social and general health improvement, and lead to advancement in education and national skill development. Ultimately this process may result in more zoological learning and research.

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      10.14293/P2199-8442.1.SOP-ECON.PQJ3AH.v1

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