Haryana emerged as a separate state with initially seven districts on first of November 1966. It was under the partition plan of the then east of Punjab. The partition was based on the linguistic demographics and was held after the recommendations of Sardar Hukam Singh, the then speaker of Lok Sabha parliamentary committee. Haryana state is in the northern region of India and is the seventeenth most populous state of the country. It bordered with Punjab and Himachal Pradesh to the north and Rajasthan to the west and south. Haryana is also surrounded by Delhi on three sides, forming the northern, western and southern border Delhi. The structural composition of Haryana state has undergone significant changes since its formation in 1966. In agricultural sector it still continues to occupy a significant position, although, the share of this sector in the gross state domestic product is continuously declining.