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International Journal of Home Science

2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 1, PART B

Socio-economic survey of operational holding of farmers and status of small and marginal farmers in India

Author(s): Dr. Kusum Chandrakar, Dr. Deepak Chandrakar and Debasis Das
Abstract:
Farming remains the centre of Indian economy and major source of business for rural family, predominantly by small and marginal farmers, and securing the nourishment and nutritional security. These farmers face a few issues of credit, input supply, transport etc. Small and marginal farmers are slacking behind in adopting the drudgery reduction technologies taken after by health and sustenance of cultivate families. . So to move forward the condition of small and marginal farmers and to twofold the salary of them by 2022, Government ought to intercede within the production-centric approach to farmers’ income-centric activities, with center on way better and modern mechanical arrangements.
Pages: 105-107  |  12 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Kusum Chandrakar, Dr. Deepak Chandrakar, Debasis Das. Socio-economic survey of operational holding of farmers and status of small and marginal farmers in India. Int J Home Sci 2021;7(1):105-107.
International Journal of Home Science