Comparison among investment and return in dairy activity by beneficiaries of Jeevika project in Bihar state, India

DOI: 10.18805/ajdfr.v36i03.8968    | Article Id: DR-1144 | Page : 195-196
Citation :- Comparison among investment and return in dairy activity by beneficiaries of Jeevika project in Bihar state, India.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2017.(36):195-196
Kirti, B. Jirli and Pankaj Kumar Mandal kirtisingh438@gmail.com
Address : Deptt of Extension Education, Institute of Agril. Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221 005, Uttar Pradesh, India
Submitted Date : 27-06-2016
Accepted Date : 17-07-2017

Abstract

Bihar is one of the poorest and most populous states in India. The share of employment in agriculture and allied activities is 68.9 percent in Bihar. This study is attempting to undertake a micro level analysis of collected data to assess the investment as well as return in Dairy activity carried out by Jeevika project in Muraul Block of Muzaffarpur District. Study revealed that calculated ‘t’ value of investment (12.533) and return (19.589) was more than table‘t’ value (1.977)  of investment and return respectively. Comparison among investment as well as return in Dairy activity practiced by the respondents, before and after joining the project through paired t-test, showed a significant difference hence providing positive effect on the life of project beneficiaries.

Keywords

Dairy Jeevika Livelihood interventions

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