Vol. 6, Issue 6 (2018)
Study under impact of NFSM programme on cosmopoliteness nature and input availability of farmers in northern hills of Chhattisgarh
Author(s): Akanksha Pandey and HK Awasthi
Abstract: Cosmopoliteness is the tendency of an individual to be in contact with outside of his own community based on the belief that all the needs of an individual cannot be satisfied within his own community. Availability of various inputs viz. seed, fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides and other chemicals, biofertilizers, soil reclaiming elements etc. are very important factor of crop production. Results visualized that NFSM beneficiaries respondent were having more cosmopolitan outlook as compared to the non-beneficiaries i.e. maximum (45.83%) NFSM beneficiaries respondent were having medium level of cosmopolitan outlook majority (59.37%) of non-beneficiary respondents were having low level of cosmopolitan outlook respectively. In both categories NFSM beneficiary (88.54%) and non-beneficiaries (75%) respondents sometimes timely obtained various inputs of production that may be because most of the study area is hilly and remote area where transportation or other facilities are not good enough therefore all inputs are not available at the time. In order to find the facts objective of the study is; cosmopoliteness of the respondents in aspects of places of visiting and purpose of visiting, availability of inputs in aspects of timely availability, price of inputs, availability as per the requirement, place and distance of availability.
Pages: 41-44 | 806 Views 33 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Akanksha Pandey, HK Awasthi. Study under impact of NFSM programme on cosmopoliteness nature and input availability of farmers in northern hills of Chhattisgarh. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(6):41-44.