Vol. 6, Special Issue 1 (2017)
Socio-economic status of the farmers in adopted village
Author(s): Masudkar DD, Kamble VB and Anarase MS
Abstract: The present study was undertaken in the Latur district of Marathwada region Maharashtra state. to know socio-economic status of the farmers in adopted and non-adopted village. The socio-economic characteristics pertaining to demography, means of production and investment income and expenditure pattern of people living in a particular location strongly influence their responses to technological changes and participation in development schemes. Thereby 75 respondents were selected from adopted village. From the study it is found that majority of the respondents belonging to adopted village were from middle age, educated up to middle school education level, belonging to open category with medium and lower equal size of family having marginal land holding category with medium annual income, scientific orientation, economic motivation, risk preference. Regarding non adopted village respondents they were found in middle age, open category, having large size of family, medium land holding category, with medium annual income, scientific orientation, risk preference, economic motivation having medium level category. In respect of socio-economic status it was found that majority of adopted and non adopted village respondents had medium level of socio-economic status.
How to cite this article:
Masudkar DD, Kamble VB and Anarase MS. Socio-economic status of the farmers in adopted village. 2017; 6(6S): 1117-1119.