Constraints Perceived by Tribal Farmers in Adoption of Recommended Practices


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  • Parvez Rajan , N. K. Khare , S. R. K. Singh and M. A. Khan

Abstract

KVKs are grass root level institutions imparting training programme for the rural people. Undoubtedly training helps to
improve the knowledge and skill. Therefore, the present study was undertaken during 2013-14 to identify the constraints
faced by the tribal farmers in adoption of improved production technology given by Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK)
working in the tribal district of Madhya Pradesh. The study was conducted with 225 tribal farmers (beneficiaries)
randomly selected from 12 villages of Mandla, Dindori and Shahdol district. Result of the study revealed that lack of agro
based and rural industries for the income generation and employment to tribals, lack of current agricultural literature,
demonstrations not conducted adequately and timely, co-operative societies are not providing seeds timely, lack of
storage facilities were the top most ranked constraints faced by the tribal farmers.

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Submitted

20.10.2023

Published

16.12.2014

How to Cite

Parvez Rajan , N. K. Khare , S. R. K. Singh and M. A. Khan. (2014). Constraints Perceived by Tribal Farmers in Adoption of Recommended Practices. Indian Journal of Extension Education, 50(3&4), 65-68. https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/IJEE/article/view/144316