Identifying the Entrepreneurship Behavioral Dimension of Tribal Dairy Farmers in Balrampur District of Chhattisgarh
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Keywords:Dairy farming, Entrepreneurial behaviour, Milk production, Principal component analysis, Socio-economic status, Tribal, Dairy farmers
Dairy farming is not an essential part of farming but also the most appropriate productiveÂ system, with enormous potential for improving the socio-economic status of dairy farmersÂ in the tribal region. The study was conducted during 2018-19 in the Northern Hill RegionÂ of Chhattisgarh to identify the dimension of entrepreneurial behavior of tribal dairy farmers
with the help of Principal Component Analysis (PCA). It extracted the importantÂ information to display the pattern of similarity between the observations from the statisticalÂ data of tribal dairy farmers and to represent the new set of orthogonal variables as risk-bearingÂ ability, level of interest, level of confidence, managerial ability, innovativeness,
motivation, optimistic attitude, and risk respectively.
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