Cost of Cultivation and Profitability Situation of Cowpea Vegetable in Dindori District of Madhya Pradesh under Tejaswini Rural Woman Empowerment Programme

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP146    | Article Id: BKAP146 | Page : 28-32
Citation :- Cost of Cultivation and Profitability Situation of Cowpea Vegetable in DindoriDistrict of Madhya Pradesh under Tejaswini Rural Woman Empowerment Programme .Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2019.(34):28-32

Rajendra Singh Bareliya , Satyendra Singh Thakur and Hari Om Sharma

bareliyarajendra1m@gmail.com
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Agro-Economic Research Center, J.N.K.V.V., Jabalpur-482 004, (Madhya Pradesh) India

Abstract

Under the Rural Women’s Empowerment Programme, this Programme is being conducted in 41 villages by Tejaswini Nari Chetna Mahila Sangh. Under which work is being strengthened by establishing self help groups and connecting them with the schemes of governance. For this study, the total beneficiary (85) and non-beneficiary (85) have been selected from the total (170) agricultural women from Dindori district. The cost of barbati production and the income generated from it has been done comparatively with the beneficiary and non-beneficiary. The total cost per acre in Barbati production has been increased by 3.83% compared to non-beneficiary whereas the total variable cost-14.48% has been found. Production cost to produce quintal for Barbati Total crop production cost respectively - 30.51 and -15.64 percent beneficiary has been found to be lower than non-beneficiary. While net income has received 44.93 percent more on the cost of total farming. As a result, the per-investment income is 23.36 percent more beneficiary than the non-beneficiary.
 

Keywords

Tejaswini Barbati Women’s Empowerment Cost amd Income.

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