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Labour in economics.
Labour in economics.
Labour in economics.
Labour in economics.
Labour in economics.
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Labour in economics.

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  • 1. SUBMITTED TO: Mr. MAHIN SHARIF ASST. PROFESSOR DEPT.OF AGRI.ECONOMICS COLLEGE OF SERICULTURE, CHINTAMANI SUBMITTED BY: MANOHARA K S I BSC (SERI) ID NO SLC3025 COLLEGE OF SERICULTURE, CHINTAMANI
  • 2. Labour is a primary factor of production.The size of a nation's labour force is determined by the size of its adult population, and the extent to which the adults are either working or are prepared to offer their labour for wages. Labour is nothing but the all human exertion in the production of wealth and services. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Definition of Labour According to Alferd Marshall, Labour is “Any exertion of the body or mind undertakes Wholly or partly with some object other than the pleasure derived from the labour self. According to A.H.Smith “Labour includes all the efforts made by man to earn a living .“
  • 4. CHARACTERISTICS OF LABOURS 1. Labour is In-separable Form of Laborer 2. Labour is Indispensable for Production 3. Labour is perishable 4. Labour is an Active Factor of Production 5. Labour sells his Service not Himself 6. Labour is Both Means and Ends of Production 7. Labour is mobile 8. Labours Differ in Efficiency
  • 5. CLASSIFICATION OF FARM LABOUR The paid labour is also classified as skilled and unskille labour. Farmer’s own labour, family labour and permanent/attached labourare fixed resources. While, casual labour is variable resource.
  • 6. Features of Indian Agricultural Labour 1. Mostly under-employed 2. Disguised unemployment 3. Growing average size of labour family 4. Low productivity 5. Lack of organisation 6. Low bargaining power and low standard of living 7. Seasonal nature of employment
  • 7. EFFICIENCY OF LABOUR According to Dr. Saxsena ‘By efficiency of labour mean the amount of work which a labourer can do within a given time’. As per Mehta ‘By efficiency of labour is the ability of labour by virtue of which it is productive’. Labour equivalents •2 men labour= 3 women labours •1 men labour= 2 children •8 hours= 1 man day
  • 8. Improving Efficiency of Farm Labour 1. Education and Training 2. Wage Level 3. Incentive for better work 4. Working condition 5. Business organisation 6. Allowance for bad weather 7. Social and Political Security 8. Trade Union 9. Ability of organizer 10. Planning the requirement 11. Psychological treatment 12. Reducing seasonality

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