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Reviewed Survey on Women Agricultural Workers, Their Training Needs and Income and Wage Pattern of Agricultural Labourers | Original Article

Gaurav Saini*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


In this day and age the agricultural division utilizes half of the world's labor constrain with an expected 1.3 billion specialists dynamic in agricultural generation around the world. Most of agricultural specialists are found in creating nations. An extraordinary dominant part are little scale farmers. They have been more often exploited people instead of recipients of the green revolution, the mechanical development and the globalization patterns which described the twentieth century. Agriculture is the foundation of the Indian economy. Indeed, even following 60 years of Indian freedom, seventy – five percent (75) of the world’s poor live in rural areas and most are associated with farming. In the 21st century, agriculture stays fundamental for economic growth, destitution easing and environmental supportability. As indicated by the International Fund for Agricultural Development, three out of each four destitute individuals in creating nations live in provincial zones, and a substantial bit of them depend explicitly or in a roundabout way on agriculture for their livelihoods. In this article, we studied a reviewed study on Agricultural Labors, women agricultural workers, their training needs and Income and Wage Pattern of Agricultural workers.