International Journal of Home Science
2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 3, PART F
Role of Gujjar women of Gurugram (Haryana) in dairy activities
Author(s): Dr. Payal Mahajan
The present study has been undertaken with the aim know about the activities performed by tribal women of Gurugram; and to determine the extent of participation of tribal women in dairy activities. The sample of the present research consists of 120 tribal household, 40 each from Bandhwari, Baliyawas and Mohammadpur village area of Gurugram district. Purposive random sampling technique was used to select the sample. Questionnaire and Observation were the tools used to collect the data. The findings of the present study reveals that majority of the respondents perform almost all the activities. The Gujjar women carried out all of the dairy management operations such as bringing in fodder, providing drinking water, milking, cleaning of sheds, whereas breeding in animals, calving and the administration of medicines were shared activities with male family members. Also they were aware of different feed and feeding practicing, knowledge of various concentrates mixtures, fodder production and management practices required for dairy management but they lack technical knowledge about the same. From the findings, it could thus be concluded that tribal women perform different roles; they work in home and in dairy and contributed a lot in the tribal economy.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Payal Mahajan. Role of Gujjar women of Gurugram (Haryana) in dairy activities. International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(3): 457-460.