An Overview on Farmers Suicidal Tendency In INDIA

Authors

  • K.V Ashalatha Professor and Head , Department Of Agricultural Statistics, University Of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad,Karnataka, India.
  • Chiranjib Das Research Scholar, Department Of Agricultural Statistics, University Of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad,Karnataka, India.

Keywords:

Farmer, Suicide, Karnataka, India, NCRB data set

Abstract

Incidence of farmers ending their lives in Karnataka region had hit epidemic proportions recently.Farmers may be at high risk for suicide because of their social environment and because of mental distress. The history of Indian farmer suicides is not new but officially the statistics is available from 1990s.In this research secondary data’s are collected based on the number of farmers committed suicide in INDIA(2000-2014), especially in Karnataka(2003- 2015) from different sources.

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2021-09-02

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