Impact of Rural Credit on Economics of Paddy Cultivation in Varanasi District of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India

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Brijesh Kumar Patel
Harendra Pratap Singh Choudhri
. Supriya
G. P. Singh
Pavan Kumar Singh

Abstract

Keeping in view the importance of finance in farming a study was conducted in Varanasi district of eastern U.P. One hundred twenty sample farmers including 60 borrowers and 60 non borrowers were surveyed and data were analyzed. The result shows that marginal farms were well managed as compared to small sample farms. And borrower farmers certainly did more profitable paddy cultivation than the non-borrower sample farms. Thus it is suggested that financial support to the farmers always be continued.

Keywords:
Finance, borrower, non borrower, cost, income, output-input ratio.

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Patel, B. K., Choudhri, H. P. S., Supriya, ., Singh, G. P., & Singh, P. K. (2020). Impact of Rural Credit on Economics of Paddy Cultivation in Varanasi District of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 38(9), 136-142. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajaees/2020/v38i930416
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Original Research Article

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