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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Socio-economic impact of protected cultivation technology among farming community in Kalyana Karnataka region of Karnataka

Author(s):
Shashikala S Ruli, Goudappa SB, Reddy BS and Chandargi DM
Abstract:
The study was conducted in Koppal and Ballari districts of Kalyana Karnataka region in Karnataka during the year 2020-21 to assess the socio-economic impact of Protected Cultivation Technology among farming community the results obtained indicated that the mean annual income of the respondents before the adoption of the protected cultivation technologies was found to be Rs. 104890.59 and after the adoption of protected cultivation technologies it was reported to be 187126.3 percentage change of 78.40 per cent. Land holdings of the respondents before the adoption of protected cultivation was 3.98 acres and after the adoption it was noticed to be 4.55 percentage change of 14.32 per cent. The mean annual employment man days before the adoption of protected cultivation was 457.33 man days and after the adoption were calculated to be 941.22 mandays with percentage change of 105.8 per cent. There was increase of 33.48 per cent in the material possession and it was found that before the mean number of materials was found to be 9.71 and after the adoption was 12.96. The mean score of social status was 1.60 and the score after the adoption of the protected cultivation was 3.93. The percentage of change in social status was 118.52 per cent. Substantial improvement in annual income, employment generation, material possession and social status of the respondents was observed. Hence, the government or the concerned development department need to promote the adoption of protected cultivation for improving the socio-economic status of the farming community.
Pages: 1170-1173  |  345 Views  211 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shashikala S Ruli, Goudappa SB, Reddy BS and Chandargi DM. Socio-economic impact of protected cultivation technology among farming community in Kalyana Karnataka region of Karnataka. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 1170-1173.

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