Perspectives of representatives from farmer organizations and NGOs on land reforms in the erstwhile Cannanore district of Kerala
Namitha Reghunath and Dr. GS Sreedaya
Land reforms in Kerala have been a significant aspect of the state's social and economic transformation. Kerala's land reform was implemented in 1970 and has been among the most progressive in India. The primary objective of these reforms is to address issues of landlessness, tenancy and unequal distribution of land aiming to create a more equitable and just society. The study was conducted in erstwhile Cannanore district of Kerala to identify the perception of representatives from voluntary organizations, NGOs, or any other organization actively involved in rice farming on land reforms. The total sample size was 100. Fifteen statements were finalized for data collection after judges rating and relevancy testing. The mean score of each statement and total mean score was identified. The study revealed that 61 percent of the respondents having high perception on land reforms.
How to cite this article:
Namitha Reghunath and Dr. GS Sreedaya. Perspectives of representatives from farmer organizations and NGOs on land reforms in the erstwhile Cannanore district of Kerala. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 2285-2287.