EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME GENERATION THROUGH MINOR FOREST PRODUCT IN SATNA DISTRICT OF MADHYA PRADESHA.N. Gautam, Roshni Tiwari and Manas Gupta
Forest product plays an important role to generate employment opportunities, particularly in the nonagricultural season. The study was conducted during 2011-12 at purposely-selected Ram Nagar block of Satna district at Madhya Pradesh. The tribal dependency in on minor forest product has been observed and revealed that total annual income through crop production at Piparikothar, Kakra, Kudari and Gorshari village were Rs. 32700, 21825, 17500 and Rs. 16840 respectively by tribal while the total annual income through minor forest product by tribal, at village Kakra, Gorshari, Kudhari and Piparikothar village were Rs. 23570, 18145, 16500 and Rs. 13860 respectively. They aforesaid one inadequate to the requirement of family needs, for hence they one dependent on wages and collection of minor forest products for selling.
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