International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 3 (2017)
Constraints and suggestions for effective implementation of ATMA
Author(s): Amit Kumar, LS Bareth, Hans Raj Sain, SS Bana and Ramdhan Ghaswa
Abstract: The study was conducted purposively in Alwar district of Rajasthan. Three panchayat samities namely Behror, Laxmangarh and Mundawar were selected for the investigation where trainings were conducted under ATMA on mustard crop. From the above mentioned three panchayat samities, The Department of Agriculture, Govt. of Rajasthan has imparted six days training on mustard production technology in these six villages under ATMA Programme. All the respondents who have received training on mustard production technology were included for study purpose and called as beneficiary farmers, were selected randomly. Further, village wise list of mustard growers who have not received any training regarding mustard production technology were prepared with the help of Agriculture Supervisor, Deptt. of Agriculture. From the list, equal number of respondents that of beneficiary will be selected randomly and called as non-beneficiary respondents. In all, 100 beneficiary and 100 non-beneficiary farmers were selected making the total sample of 200 respondents. The data were analyzed by using mean percent score. The finding of the study clearly indicated that Marketing problems (59.4 MPS) were the major restraints faced by mustard growers. Majority of the mustard growers (58.50%) possessed followed by high level (21.50%) and low level (20.00%). There were practice wise as well as overall significant differences in existing farmers about mustard production technology.
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Amit Kumar, LS Bareth, Hans Raj Sain, SS Bana, Ramdhan Ghaswa. Constraints and suggestions for effective implementation of ATMA. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(3):466-469.