VILLAGE SURVEYREPORT Presented by- Santosh Hinge
OBJECTIVES :•To know socioeconomic condition of farmers.•To know cropping pattern in village.•To know the impact of MGNREGA on rural life.•To know the impact of agriculture labour rates on farmers.•Toknow the marketing facilities in rural area for agriculture output.
INTRODUCTION:•VILLAGE:•Demographic area.•Geographic area.•Health and education status.•Available resources.•Overall social life.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONWe have collected raw data by surveying 143farmers of NARAYANPUR village. Throughanalysis of raw data we got following results:• Socioeconomic condition. T1 T2• Cropping pattern and Input analysis.T1 T2• Agriculture labour rates analysis.
CONCLUSIONSThrough analysis of secondary data we concluded following conclusion.•Majorityfarmers engaged in farming are of above35 age group andinvolvement of young generation in farming is very less.•Majority farmers are illiterate .•Maize is major crop in village followed by jawar and cotton.•Cost of fertilizer and pesticide is comparatively higher in case of cottonthan that of maize and jawar.•Cost of hired labor and machine labor is higher in case of maize than thatof cotton and jawar.•There is no significance impact of MGNREGA on farmers life.•There is no significant increase in agriculture labor rates.•No government agricultural extension services are provided to farmers.
DEMOGRAPHIC CONDITION•Totalpopulation : 800 heads.•No. of families : 150•Average family size : 5•Masculine no. : 540•Feminine no. : 260
GEOGRAPHIC CONDITION•NAME : NARAYANPUR•MANDAL : NAWBPET•DISTRICT : RANGA REDDY•STATE : ANDHRA PRADESH•COUNTRY :INDIA•6 km away from VIKARABAD railway junction.
HEALTH AND EDUCATION•No availability of hospitals or any health facility.•Highereducation is not available, only primaryeducation is available.•
AVAILABLE RESOURCES•Village is blessed by BHUSI river.•Fertile Soil.•Well constructed Roads.•Electricity is available.•Near to Capital (Hyderabad).
OVER ALL SOCIAL LIFE•Overall social life is very good.•Political Intervention is not observed.•Interpersonal Relation of villagers is good.
SOCIOECONOMIC CONDITION•We categorized farmers according to AGE andshown graphically. Age of group No. of Farms < 18 years 0 18-30 31 31-45 55 46-60 31 61 & above 26 Total 143
•Herewe categorize farmer according to thereEducational status. Education No. of Farms Illiterate 72 Primary 15 Secondary 40 Intermediate 13 Graduate and Above 3 Total 143
CROPPING PATTERN Total cost of Total cost of Percent Area Area under Total cost of Per Acre costCrop Name Fertilizers pesticides per under crop the crop seeds of Seed per crop crop Maize 181.7 145500 800.78 176700 97770 57.92 Jawar 79 82800 1048.66 94600 46960 25.14 Cotton 53 54100 1020.17 70100 34200 16.83 Total 313.7 282400 2869.84 341400 178930 100
Here we calculated percent ares under eachcrop and shown graphically. Crop Name Percent Area under crop Maize 51.75746924 Jawar 27.70943175 Cotton 20.533099 Total 100
In this table we analyzed the agriculture labour ratesCrop Name Cost of Hired labour Input cost of Family Cost of machine Labour Total Average Total Average Total Average Jawar 40500 283.21 19300 134.96 29900 209.09 Cotton 22500 157.34 9300 65.03 36500 255.24 Maize 83100 581,11 43000 300.699 148850 1040.9
Age group 26 31 < 18 years 18-30 31-4531 46-60 61 & above 55