3 edition of Economic and social survey of agricultural labourers in Gujarat State found in the catalog.
Economic and social survey of agricultural labourers in Gujarat State
1985 by Sardar Patel Institute of Economic & Social Research in Ahmedabad .
Written in English
|Statement||Gokul O. Parikh.|
|Contributions||Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research.|
|LC Classifications||HD1537, Microfiche 90/60162|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 267, viii p.|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||90903401|
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Cultivators and agricultural labourers. Thus, the agriculture in the state has been a major source of labour absorption. Moreover, agriculture provides indirect employment to large portion of population in agro-based occupations. Thus, prosperity and well being of people in Gujarat is closely linked with agriculture and.
Gujarat ranks among the few Indian states which are industrially well advanced. There is the fairly wide distribution of industrial activity between different regions. High rate of economic growth is also due to an exceptionally rapid increase in crop production. Yet, agriculture in the state suffers from lack of irrigation facilities, which are limited and expensive.
Gujarat is a 'model state' in economic growth but a 'middle state' in social sector growth. Both agricultural and manufacturing growth is in double digits, but of the 20 major states in India, Gujarat's ranking is always between 9 and 12 on all major social sector rankings.
This is irrespective of how the measurements are done. Full text of "Techno- Economic Survey Of Gujarat" See other formats. SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS OF AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS IN INDIA AND TAMIL NADU India is essentially an agricultural country, as about seventy percent of the population live in villages.
Majority of the Indian rural workers are agriculture dependent, in which the share of agricultural labourers is quite high. A STUDY ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS IN VIRUDHUNAGAR DISTRICT- TAMILNADU Introduction Agricultural labour is one of the most important segments of rural population in India as well as in TamilNadu.
In numerical terms, they constitute about one fourth of the total work Size: 76KB. constitute Nearly 44% of main workers in the district are agricultural labourers. Majority of the agricultural labourers are belongs to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes. There income is low and irregular.
Since they possess no skills or training and then have no alternative employment opportunities Size: KB. Due to the first of its kind day lockdown due to COVID outbreak, the state will have to pay a big economic and social price in the coming days.
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The economy of Gujarat, a state in Western India, has significant agricultural as well as industrial Economic and social survey of agricultural labourers in Gujarat State book within agricultural produce of the state includes cotton, groundnuts (peanuts), dates, sugar cane, milk and milk products.
Industrial products include cement and t recorded the lowest unemployment rate in India inwith % of the labour Currency: Indian Rupee ₹. Gujarat’s Agricultural Growth Model: How Sustainable it is.
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Size: 3MB. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the problems of agricultural labourers with government measures to sole it. Problems of Agricultural Labourers: Agricultural labourers who are mostly landless and form a significant section of rural society mainly depend on wage employment in agriculture.
Majority of them belong to scheduled castes and. The study concluded that the agricultural labourers are victims of social, political and economic exploitation and discrimination.
Their earning is. SOCIO ECONOMIC SURVEY 1 Contents Sl. Chapter Pages 1. General Review 02 2. Macro Economic Aggregates 14 3. Public Finance 24 4. Prices, Wages and Public Distribution 28 5. Agriculture and Allied Activities 36 6. Industries 84 7. Economic Infrastructure 8. Social Infrastructure 9.
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agricultural labourers Labour shortage to delay crop harvest Apart from procurement, planting of cotton and summer ‘moong’ pulses is a challenge for farmers in Madhya Pradesh, UP, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan because of concerns of labour shortage as well as availability of fertilizers and seeds.
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This huge migrant labour force of sugarcane-harvesters is employed and utilized by cooperative sugar factories located in south Gujarat region. According to Gujarat State Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories Limited (GSFCSFL) there are 23 such sugar mills in the state out of which 16are in operational state at present in the study-region.
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The study village is located in Armoor mandal in Nizamabad District of Telangana State and the study was conducted during and Author: Praveen Kumar Ch.Female labour force participation rate (LFPR) for productive age-group ( 59 years) has shown a declining trend from % in to % in (HT file photo for representation).Disclaimer: Content on this website is published and managed by the Ebook of Economics and Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.
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