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An Economic Study of Paddy Cultivation in Panchampatti Village of Rajapalyam Taluk in Virdhunagar District

Title

An Economic Study of Paddy Cultivation in Panchampatti Village of Rajapalyam Taluk in Virdhunagar District

Authors

Selvakumar | Chinnasmy

Keywords

Paddy | Rajapalayam

Publication Details

Vol:3; No:3;Sep-17 | ISSN: 2455-3921

Abstract

Rice is the world’s most important food crop, cultivated over an area of about 155 million hectares with a making of about 596 million tonnes (paddy). In terms of area and production, it is second to wheat. It provides about 22 percent of the world’s supply of calories and 17% of the proteins. Maximum area under rice is in Asia. Among the rice growing countries, India has the largest area (44.8 million hectares) followed by China and Indonesia. These papers have made an attempt of “An economic study of Paddy Cultivation in Panchampatti Village of Rajapalyam Taluk in Virudhunagar District of Tamilnadu. The major work was done by the researcher to find out the occupational pattern, Income and expenditure of the paddy cultivating farmers and finally problems faced by the farmers who are engaged in paddy production in the selected area respectively.

Correspondence

T.Selvakumar, Assistant Professor, PG and Research Department of Economics, The American College, India

Citation:

T.Selvakumar and S.Chinnasmy “An Economic Study of Paddy Cultivation in Panchampatti Village of Rajapalyam Taluk in Virdhunagar District”. International Journal of Business and Economics Research (IJBER) 3.3 (2017): 333-346

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