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Participation of tribal and non-tribal women in farm and home activity in Chotanagpur of Bihar state



Participation of tribal and non-tribal women in farm and home activity in Chotanagpur of Bihar state



Journal of Applied Biology 8(2): 69-70



A study was undertaken to assess the participation of 100 tribal and non-tribal women of Hazaribagh district of Bihar in farm and home activities. The findings indicate that for tribal and non-tribal women, household related tasks took precedent over agricultural tasks, livestock related tasks and forest based tasks. Involvement of tribal and non-tribal women in all agricultural tasks was greater than that of their involvement in forest based, and livestock related tasks.

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