Agri-Entrepreneural Behaviour of King Chilli Growers Under Dimapur District, Nagaland

Authors

  • Sentizungla M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)
  • Jahanara Head of Department, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)
  • Dipak Kumar Bose Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Keywords:

Agri-entrepreneural behaviour, king chilli growers, Nagaland, agriculture

Abstract

The present study was conducted with the objective to find out the socio economic profile, agri-entrepreneural behaviour and attitude of king chilli growers in Dimapur district of Nagaland and find out the constraints faced by the respondents and to obtain their suggestions. A total of one hundred twenty farmers were selected from 4 villages using proportionate random sampling procedure. Data was collected by using interview method using pre-structure D interview schedule and analyzed using appropriate statistical tools. The study revealed that majority of the respondents belonged to middle aged group, had medium level of annual income with medium size of land holding. Majority of them had medium year of farming experience and medium level of extension contact. On analyzing the entrepreneural behaviour level, highest number of respondents i.e. 65.83% were having medium level of entrepreneural behaviour followed by 25 % having high and 9.16% having low levels. In respect of correlation analysis between entrepreneural behaviour level and socio- economic profile of respondents it shows that annual income, extension contact, mass media exposure and social contact are positively significant. Whereas, age, education, family type, family size, type of house, land holding, and farming experience are non-significant. In respect of the correlation analysis, the annual income, extension contact, mass media exposure and social contact were positively significant at 0.05 % level related to attitude of the people whereas age, education, family type, family size, type of house, land holding, and farming experience  were found to be non-significantly related to attitude of the respondents towards king chilli production respectively.

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DOI: 10.47856/ijaast.2021.v08i10.017

Author Biographies

Sentizungla, M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Jahanara, Head of Department, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Head of Department, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Dipak Kumar Bose, Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Associate Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Published

2021-10-30