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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Socio-economic profile of the migrated labourers of Raipur and Durg disvison of Chhattisgarh state

Author(s):
Rupesh Khaparde, Dr. DK Suryawanshi, Dr. MK Chaturvedi and Dr. ML Sharma
Abstract:
The present study was conducted in Raipur and Durg divisions of Chhattisgarh with main objective to find out the socio-economic profile of migrant labourers. For selection of the respondents from all 10 districts a list of migrated agricultural labourers were collected from the office of the labour commissioner of Chhattisgarh state. The migrated labour were registered their name in this department. The samples of agricultural labourers were randomly selected from the list from each district. From the total agricultural labourers listed around 20000 for statistical convenient from the total 20,000 agricultural labourers 1.5% sample were selected for study. From each division 150 agricultural labourers were selected for study purpose. In this way 300 agricultural labourers were interviewed. The general profile of respondents revealed that the majority of the respondents were young age and most of them were belonging to schedule caste. Most of the migrated labour were having education up to middle school and were living in joint family with family size more than 6 members. Maximum of migrated labour were having marginal (<2.5 acres) size of landholding and, more than fifty percent of them were having annual income level between Rs 74370.44- 107958.29. Majority of migrated labours were construction labour, followed by industrial labour, agricultural labour, mistri and few of migrated labour were engaged in brick construction.
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How to cite this article:
Rupesh Khaparde, Dr. DK Suryawanshi, Dr. MK Chaturvedi and Dr. ML Sharma. Socio-economic profile of the migrated labourers of Raipur and Durg disvison of Chhattisgarh state. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1471-1475.

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