STUDY ON RELATIONSHIP OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS WITH SOME SELECTED SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND COMMUNICATION CHARACTERISTICS OF DAIRY WOMEN*

Article Id: ARCC2209 | Page : 31-34
Citation :- STUDY ON RELATIONSHIP OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS WITH SOME SELECTED SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND COMMUNICATION CHARACTERISTICS OF DAIRY WOMEN*.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2009.(28):31-34
Sukanta Biswas, A. Goswami** and D. Mazumdar***
Address : Deptt. of Veterinary & A.H. Extension Education, W. B. University of Animal and Fishery Sc., Kolkata-700 037, India

Abstract

The study was conducted in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. The data were collected
through personal interview schedule administered on randomly selected 90 rural women from
purposively selected 2 blocks covered under Ichamoti Cooperative Milk producer’s union Limited
(ICMPUL). Data thus generated were analyzed by different statistical methods for interpretation
of the results. The study revealed that joint family of dairy farmer having more than 5 members
have better and significant employment status than the nuclear family having up to 5 members.
There was significant relationship (P0.05) between employment status and nowledge in
deworming in case of overall respondents. Mean values of low-income group respondents
significantly differ than high-income group dairy farmers.

Keywords

Employment status Socio - economic status Dairy women

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