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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Special Issue 2 (2019)

A comparative study on socio-personal and socio-economic characteristics of trainees of animal husbandry training programmes imparted by KVKs in south Chota Nagpur division

Author(s):

Mithun Kumar Anand, J Oraon, Alok Kumar Pandey, Bhushan Kumar Singh, Komal Chandraker and Gyan Ranjan Sinha

Abstract:
Socio-personal and socio-economic status is an important factor, which pervades all fields of social action in Indian society. This is needless to say that a man’s position in the socio-personal and socio -economic status hierarchy determines, by-an-large, his behaviour in the society. Present study preveals that most of the on farm trainees who were imparted training on animal husbandry from both the KVKs of South Chotanagpur division were founded of middle age (31-50 years) group and also they were mostly belonged to nuclear family having medium family size(6 to 9 members). Education level of most of trainees in both the KVKs were foundupto Primary school level. Majority (45.55%) of trainees from Ranchi KVK were marginal farmers where as in Lohardaga KVK’s majority (37.77%) of trainees belonged to small farmers group. Livestock holding capacity of the trainees of both KVKs were found medium sized (4-6).Trainees of both the KVKshad medium level of extension contacts and mass media exposure. The income of most of the trainees of Ranchi KVK were foundRs2000-3000 per month whereas Rs 3000-4000 per month was the income level of most of the trainees of Lohardaga KVK. Trainees of both KVKs were belonged to low socio-economic status.

Pages: 251-256  |  1168 Views  220 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Mithun Kumar Anand, J Oraon, Alok Kumar Pandey, Bhushan Kumar Singh, Komal Chandraker and Gyan Ranjan Sinha. A comparative study on socio-personal and socio-economic characteristics of trainees of animal husbandry training programmes imparted by KVKs in south Chota Nagpur division. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(2S):251-256.

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