PARTICIPATION OF TRIBAL WOMEN IN DIFFERENT FARM ACTIVITIES IN KISHANGANJ DISTRICT OF BIHAR

Authors

  • Anugrah Sakshi M.Sc Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)
  • Dipak Kumar Bose Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)
  • Jahanara Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Keywords:

Participation, tribal women, farm activities

Abstract

The present study was conducted in Kishanganj District of Bihar to find out the participation of tribal women in various farm activities. A total of 124 respondents were selected randomly for the present study. The data were collected through a pre-structured interview schedule and later appropriate statistical analysis was done to find out the meaningful result. The results showed that the tribal women were engaged in almost all the farming activities like preparation of field, sowing of seeds, transplantation, weeding, manureing, harvesting, threshing, winnowing, storage of grains ,marketing, disposal of farm produce etc. however, they were actively participating in farm activities like, transplantation, weeding, raising of nurseries, preparation of field, storage of grains , cleaning and grading etc but they were having less participation in farm activities like, threshing, plant protection measures, fertilizer and pesticide application, marketing etc. The maximum extent of their participation found in transplanting having mean score 2.88 (rank Ⅰ), followed by harvesting having mean score 2.87 (rank Ⅱ).

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DOI: 10.47856/ijaast.2021.v08i5.001

Author Biographies

Anugrah Sakshi, M.Sc Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

M.Sc Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Dipak Kumar Bose, Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Jahanara, Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Published

2021-06-05