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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

Attitude of women members of milk co-operative societies towards animal husbandry occupation

Author(s):
Padsala Gaurang B, RM Naik and Payal R Patel
Abstract:
The study was conducted in the Navsari district which was selected purposively. Because, in Navsari District there are 341 Milk co-operative societies governed by women and Vasudhara dairy is also located in Navsari district. All of the six talukas Chikhali, Gandevi, Jalalpore, Khergam, Navsari and Vansada of the Navsari District was covered under study. Milk co-operative Societies governed by women from different talukas was selected by proportionate random sampling. Total twenty Milk co-operative societies governed by women was selected proportionately. Five respondents was selected randomly from each Milk co-operative society governed by women. So the total number of respondents was 100. The collected data was analysed by using appropriate methods of statistics viz., percentage, mean, standard deviation, correlation coefficient etc. It can be concluded that large majority (95.00%) of the respondents had neutral to favorable attitude towards animal husbandry as occupation. The neutral attitude of the respondents might be due to primary to secondary level of education, insufficient source of information and limited social participation about animal husbandry occupation.
Pages: 1235-1236  |  84 Views  59 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Padsala Gaurang B, RM Naik and Payal R Patel. Attitude of women members of milk co-operative societies towards animal husbandry occupation. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 1235-1236.
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