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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

To study the socio-economic and anthropometric profile of the rural female workers

Author(s):
Anushka Tiwari, Sasmita Dandasena and Dr. Shishir Kala
Abstract:
In India, a large number of female workers involved in post-harvest activity of agriculture. There is no doubt that women are the backbone of the rustic economy in the developing world. Sometimes, Female workers involved in post-harvest activity on daily basis and also non-daily basis.
The Present study was carried out in Pusa and Kalyanpur Block of Samastipur District of Bihar. Approx 75% of rustic female workers earn their livelihood from agriculture farming. In the present study the total sample size comprised as 60 rustic female workers categorized as 2 groups daily (30) and non-daily (30) randomly selected, involved in post-harvest activity of agricultural paddy crop . In this Study Socio-Economic and Anthropometric profile of rustic female workers were assessed. In present study weighing machine, measuring tape, grip dynamometer, portable blood pressure machine was used to take anthropometric information. A Schedule was used to elicit information from the respondents.
Pages: 1208-1210  |  357 Views  68 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Anushka Tiwari, Sasmita Dandasena and Dr. Shishir Kala. To study the socio-economic and anthropometric profile of the rural female workers. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 1208-1210.

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