Latur and Nanded district: Planting the seeds for growth
31 Mar 2017
Crops in India need a lot of care. But if you love to grow crops, you don’t mind working on it, and waiting. Then in the proper season you will surely see it flourish.
It’s the same with print.
The spotlight in Latur District has been on the Latur Pattern of study. One can see the confluence of education and print publishing market. Priya Raju reiterates PrintWeek India’s commitment to the b-tier centres and investigates the print potential of the two cities.
Latur, a district which lies to the south-east of Maharashtra State on the border of Maharashtra and Karnataka is an agricultural economy. It is renowned for the Latur pattern of study which manufactures students who score a high 90% in board exams
Latur’s city famous 'Ganjgolai chowk’ is abuzz with activities from the shops and more importantly the students. The city boasts of high literacy rates.
Latur is the chief producer of soyabean, mango and grapes and is also known as the "Sugar belt of India". As per reports in the media, Latur is also the proposed site of Food Park on a 50 acre plot at Harangul.
Major print market includes educational books, publications, magazine, and other commercial jobs. Packaging sector is yet to take-off in these two regions.
Major industries in Latur and Nanded include agriculture mainly pulses, seed