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International Journal of Home Science

2018, VOL. 4 ISSUE 2, PART B

Impact of social media as a source of agriculture information

Author(s): Preeti, Mithilesh Verma and Sangeeta Gupta
Abstract:
The present study entitled “Impact of social media as a source of agriculture Information “ was under taken in the year 2018 by in district Unnao of Uttar Pradesh, Thus selected total number of 120 respondents in 60 respondents for the study purpose were selected from two block of unnao district. 43.3 percent of respondents were belonging to OBC group of cast. 40.0 percent of respondents were doing agriculture occupation. 42.5 percent of respondents were educated graduate and above level, followed by 26.7 percent of respondents were educated up to intermediate level, while 11.7 percent of respondents were educated up to high school level. 9.1 percent of respondents were educated up to primary level, 5.8 percent of respondents were educated up to secondary level, while 4.2 percent of respondents were illiterate. Education plays an important role to respondents develops their economic and social status and also improved the overall status of smart respondents.
Pages: 80-82  |  270 Views  18 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Preeti, Mithilesh Verma, Sangeeta Gupta. Impact of social media as a source of agriculture information. Int J Home Sci 2018;4(2):80-82.
International Journal of Home Science