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Vol. 10, Special Issue 3 (2021)

Case study on agricultural entrepreneurship among Munda tribe

Author(s):
Pankaj Kumar, BK Jha, Mukesh Kumar and Priya Pallavi
Abstract:
A case study on agricultural entrepreneurship among Munda tribe was conducted to assess and analyze the potential and problem of agriculture in entrepreneurship development. Shri Bursa Munda was selected as a case. He owns 5.66 ha cultivable land and has mechanized his farm including adoption of micro irrigation system (MIS) for commercial crops. He utilizes hundred per cent of his cultivable land during Kharif and Rabi seasons and about 14 % during summer season due to which cropping intensity of his farm has increased to 214 %. The overall net income of his farm has been calculated to be Rs. 18, 31, 684 = 00 which is about 15 times more than the per capita income of India during the year 2018-19. He has been able to create employment to the tune of 1378 man-days in a year. There has been perceptible impact of his entrepreneurial venture on his personal, family and social life. He has set an example which can be expected to be imitated by Munda youth.
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How to cite this article:
Pankaj Kumar, BK Jha, Mukesh Kumar and Priya Pallavi. Case study on agricultural entrepreneurship among Munda tribe. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(3S): 172-174.

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