Constraints and Suggestions Expressed by the Beneficiaries of Krishi Bhagya Scheme in North Eastern Karnataka Region, India

Huchhappa Gondali *

Department of Agricultural Extension Education, UAS, Raichur, India.

D. M. Chandargi

UAS, Raichur, India.

S. B. Goudappa

UAS, Raichur, India.

Shivanand Kammar

Department of Agricultural Extension Education, UAS, Raichur, India.

B. G. Koppalkar

Department of Agronomy, UAS, Raichur, India.

G. B. Lokesh

Department of Agricultural Economics, UAS, Raichur, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Krishi Bhagya Scheme lunched by Government of Karnataka with the aim of securing the farmer’s income by taking up on-farm rainwater conservation practices exclusively for the dry-land farmers who rely on the annual rainfall for their farming. It also encourages the farmers to adopt modern technologies for efficient use of. In this study, an attempt has been made to document the constraints faced by the Krishi Bhagya Schme beneficiaries and seek their suggestions to overcome them in Kalaburagi and Ballari districts of North-Eastern Karnataka region during the year 2019-20. Totally 180 respondents were considered for the study and personal interview method was adopted for collection of data. The data was analysed using frequency and percentage analysis. The results revealed that, The results indicated that 90.00 per cent of the beneficiaries stated that the lengthy time required for completing procedure (Rank I), 85.00 per cent of the beneficiaries stated complexity and delay in sanctioning of subsidy and it was ranked second and Absence of fence and roof covers (62.22%) are the major constraints expressed by the Krishi Bhagya scheme beneficiaries. Increase percentage of subsidy (94.44%) and Timely release the subsidy amount (87.78 %) are the major suggestions expressed by the beneficiaries for effective implementation of Krishi Bhagya scheme.

Keywords: Krishi Bhagya scheme, constraints and suggestions, farmers


How to Cite

Gondali , Huchhappa, D. M. Chandargi, S. B. Goudappa, Shivanand Kammar, B. G. Koppalkar, and G. B. Lokesh. 2023. “Constraints and Suggestions Expressed by the Beneficiaries of Krishi Bhagya Scheme in North Eastern Karnataka Region, India”. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 41 (11):98-102. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajaees/2023/v41i112265.

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