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A Study on Farmers' Perceptions Towards MNREGA Scheme in Allahabad


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The aim of this study is to debate the perception of farmers’ concerning MNREGA in Allahabad district. This study conjointly urged for up the MNREGA Program. The Act 2005 mandate enhancing bread and butter protection in rural areas by providing a minimum of a hundred days of secured wage employment in a very year to each social unit whose adult members to try to to unskilled manual work, the first objective of the Act 2005 is augmenting wage employment for the poorest of the poor whereas the secondary goal is to strengthen resource management through works that address causes of persistent impoverishment, like drought, and therefore push property development. This paper is generally supported primary information to understand the perceptions of farmers concerning this theme. The first information was collected through the schedule by convenience sampling methodology from a hundred respondents in PhulpurTehsil of Allahabad District. The applied mathematics tools, namely, average rank and average score strategies were applied. The farmer’s most well-liked MNREGA theme as a results of supply of financial gain, gender equality, Payment mode and employment generation.

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Perception of Farmers, Manrega Scheme, Employment Generation, Standard of Living.
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Maneesh Kumar
Economics, CSJM University, Kanpur, India

Abstract


The aim of this study is to debate the perception of farmers’ concerning MNREGA in Allahabad district. This study conjointly urged for up the MNREGA Program. The Act 2005 mandate enhancing bread and butter protection in rural areas by providing a minimum of a hundred days of secured wage employment in a very year to each social unit whose adult members to try to to unskilled manual work, the first objective of the Act 2005 is augmenting wage employment for the poorest of the poor whereas the secondary goal is to strengthen resource management through works that address causes of persistent impoverishment, like drought, and therefore push property development. This paper is generally supported primary information to understand the perceptions of farmers concerning this theme. The first information was collected through the schedule by convenience sampling methodology from a hundred respondents in PhulpurTehsil of Allahabad District. The applied mathematics tools, namely, average rank and average score strategies were applied. The farmer’s most well-liked MNREGA theme as a results of supply of financial gain, gender equality, Payment mode and employment generation.

Keywords


Perception of Farmers, Manrega Scheme, Employment Generation, Standard of Living.

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