2023, Vol. 8, Special Issue 3, Part C
Analyzing the efficiency of different initiative (Individual and community based organization) for developing Agripreneurship among the rural farmersAuthor(s):
Victor Sarkar, K Pradhan, BC Rudra, R Roy, S Chakraborty, B Maity, PK Pal and Md. ShajahanAbstract:
This study conducted by Malda Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) aimed to assess the effectiveness of different initiatives for developing agripreneurship among rural youth. 75 respondents were categorized into three groups: individual farmers, farmers' clubs, and farmers' producer organizations (FPOs). The results showed that the majority of the farmers belonged to the medium category in terms of age, education, and mass media exposure, but had high risk-taking ability and a positive attitude towards agri-entrepreneurship building. Correlation analysis showed that education and cultivated land were positively and significantly associated with the attitude of the entrepreneurs towards enterprise development and management. Farmers' producer organizations and individual members had higher risk-taking ability and were highly significantly positive attitude towards entrepreneurship building compared to farmers' clubs.Pages: 196-205 | Views: 126 | Downloads: 3Download Full Article: Click Here
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Victor Sarkar, K Pradhan, BC Rudra, R Roy, S Chakraborty, B Maity, PK Pal, Md. Shajahan. Analyzing the efficiency of different initiative (Individual and community based organization) for developing Agripreneurship among the rural farmers. Int J Stat Appl Math 2023;8(3S):196-205.