Growth Perspectives of Small Tea Growers – A Study in Golaghat District of Assam

Author
Anitabh Kakoty, Dr. Ratan Kaurinta
Keywords
Small Tea Growers; Growth, Socio Economic Impact; Institutional Role; Market Scenario.
Abstract
The growing prominence of small tea growers in the tea producing landscape has an overwhelming effect on the decision of its raw material or green tea leaf. The small tea growers also have an inclusive role to ignite the entrepreneurship in the people who were outside its orbit. The transition which is taking place due to growing numbers of small tea growers to the quality of life and overall day to day economic activity is immense. The role of the institutions and market scenario is also changing due to changes in overall organizational growth. However the study in intended to unveil the contribution of small tea growers in a multidimensional approach.
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Received : 13 February 2022
Accepted : 14 June 2022
Published : 21 June 2022
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v9.i2.2022.92002

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