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Economic Prospects of Rural Household’s Labour Migration: Trends & Determinants in Bijepur in Bargarh District of Odisha

Author : Hemachandra Padhan, Sujit Kumar Luha | 2016
Published By: Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

India is a place of diversity in population having comparative migration in the dynamic macroeconomics phenomena in the emerging Asia. Simultaneously it is pursuing the activities of brain gain and brain drain through migrating from one geographical phenomenon to a growing pick up subsistence level area. The main objectives of the paper are to structure the determinants and patterns of the labour migration in Bijepur block of Bargarh district of Odisha. The primary data were collected from the two Gram Panchyats of the Bijepur Block name as Sanbausen and Talpadar through structured questionnaire. Purposive sampling method was used in collecting information. Data has been collected from 56 respondents’ with the help of household interview schedule. Interview schedule contained both open ended as well as close ended questions. This study reveals that there are 55.36 % migrants who are from SC, 30.36% from OBC and 14.28% are from ST communities respectively. Among the youths 52% are unmarried. The migrants family average annual income is between Rs 30,000/- to Rs 40,000/- only. The family of the 85.71% of the labour migrants is in possession of ration cards while 14.29% possess no ration card. The economic conditions of families of more than 90% of the young migrants are not sound. For the settlement of path of divergent of labour migration, employment generation renounces wage rates, efficient and skilled labour should be employed to overcome the problems.

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