Survey reveals rising wa farm confidence
The Survey was sent out to more than 10,000 small farmers in the seven states of Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana, to gather data about the extent of the farm job insecurity in the state.
The Survey revealed that over a third of the farmers surveyed, including almost half, felt that they are facing job insecurity in the field in their state. Another 43.3% feel that they have to work from home for the day and 4더킹카지노4.4% work from home from 8pm to 9 pm.
The percentage of farmers in Bihar and Andhra Pradesh who are also faced with difficulty in getting employment has increased by 25% and 15% respectively since 2009.
Gauge of job insecurity among farmers in these states
Nishant Bhagat, President of the All India Grewal Federation (AAGF) had written to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on February 6 after surveying 11,000 small and small-medium farmers in the states. He had told him that he would like to know if the survey would turn out to be카지노 사이트 accurate.
The Survey survey was sent out on the last day of July 2013 to farmers throughout the seven states. The survey showed that the percentage of farmers, who are facing job insecurity, has gone up between 2009-2011 (34.7% compared to 25.5%).
The percentage of the smaller farmers who are facing job insecurity has gone up by 20% and 20% respectively since 2009.
“We are seeingapronx that a considerable number of small farmers in these states do not have good financial conditions when they go out for the evening hours. The proportion of small farmers who have a problem with work in the field (not being able to do work at home during the day for them) has increased from 24.1% in 2009 to 34% in 2011. The number of farmers who do not have any problem with getting employment is also going up. This is also a result of the recent economic slowdown in the state. This can only be considered a negative aspect of the situation,” said Rakesh Kumar Bhat, President, All India Grewal Federation.
According to the survey, a large proportion of farmers, especially those in rural areas, have found themselves struggling to survive. For instance, about 23% of farmers in the 7th district of Rajasthan reported feeling that their family was in dire financial situations, while the figure for other agricultural regions wa