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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

To assess the impact of farmers through knowledge and adoption of crop insurance scheme

Author(s):
Atul Kumar, RK Doharey, SN Singh, NR Meena and Shalu Gautam
Abstract:
A study conducted in titled “To assess the impact of farmers through knowledge and adoption of crop insurance Scheme”. State U.P. and District Hardoi were selected purposively for present study because researcher is familiar with the area. Two blocks of Hardoi District namely Harpalpur and Sandi also selected purposively, separate lists of villages were prepared. From them ten villages from each block were selected randomly to draw the samples of farmers. A separate list of farmers was prepared for each selected village and arranged according to the category of farmers i.e. marginal, small, medium, and big farmers. Therefore, a total of 200 respondents were selected through random sampling techniques, 10 framers were selected from each village. A structured schedule was developed with the help of guide for specially this study through various resources like research paper and because of locality. The schedule was contained various details like independent and dependent variables. The data was collected by personal interview. Statistical framework for analysis of data to analyze the collected information, following statistical tools and methods were used for interpreting the data. Present study pertaining to 2020-21. Result found that 39.00 percent respondents have high knowledge about crop insurance scheme whereas 38.50 percent and 22.50 percent respondents have medium level and low level of knowledge about Crop Insurance Scheme respectively. Majority of respondents were coming into high level of knowledge category. The mean score of knowledge is 23.39 and Standard deviation was 4.31 with range from minimum 14 to maximum 37.
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How to cite this article:
Atul Kumar, RK Doharey, SN Singh, NR Meena and Shalu Gautam. To assess the impact of farmers through knowledge and adoption of crop insurance scheme. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 705-708.

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