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It is the story of village Palampur where farming is the main activity where is salaried other activities such a small scale manufacturing diary transport except I carried out on a limited scale these production activities need various types of resources -natural resources, man made items, human effort ,money etc. 

Introduction
Palampur is well connected with neighbouring village and towns Raiganj a big village is 3 kilometre from Palampur Shahapur is a small town nearest to the Palampur Palampur is also well connected with Shahapur in Palampur there was for 50 families belonging to several different caste it belong from upper caste family there was well electricity connection with the help of electricity farmer do their money works electricity help farmer in various way Sachin electricity using tubewell with the help of Tube well farmer irrigate their field in few time, electricity also help in small scale business, farmer buy many tools run by electricity and help in speed up the process of production. There was a good transport facility there was it to primary school and 1 High School in Palam to there is a Primary Health Centre run by the government

Organisation of production
The aim of production is to produce the good and services that we want there are four requirement for production of good and services
The first requirement is land and other natural resources such as water forest minerals
The second requirement is labour that is people who will do the work related to production activity
III requirement is physical capital which always include the variety of inputs and money in hand It is of two types fixed capital and working capital
The last Air Force requirement is Human Capital which required the human knowledge to put together land labour and physical capital and produce and output either to use yourself or to sell in the market.
Every production is organised by combining land labour physical capital and human capital which are known as factor of production

Farming in Palampur
Farming is the main production activity in Palampur 75% of the people who are working are dependent on farming for their livelihood and other PayPal do non farm activities such as tailoring ,transport activity, manufacturing of small tools etc.
The standard unit of measuring land is hectare

Is there a way one can grow more from the same land
In the kind of crop grown and facilities available Palampur assemble a village of the western part of the state of Uttar Pradesh. According to growing crops there was two types kharif and Rabi crops kharif crops are grown in summer season and the rubber crops grown in winter season farmer of Palampur sale they are across in the village Raiganj
To grow morning one crop on a piece of land during the year is known as multiple cropping all farmers in Palampur Bro at least two main crop many are growing potatoes as the third crop in the past 15 to 20 years.
The green revolution in the late 1960 introduced the Indian farmer to cultivation of wheat and rice using hiring varieties of seed compared to the traditional see the hpvc promise to produce much greater amount of green on a single plant as a result the same piece of land good now produce for large quantity of food grains that was possible area
Founder of Punjab Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh were the first to try out the modern farming method in India the farmer in these regions set up tubewells for irrigation and meet use of h y v seeds chemical fertilizers and pesticides in farming   some of them bought machinery like tractors and pressure which made plugging and harvesting faster they were rewarded with high yield of wheat

Will the land sustain
Green revolution is associated with the loss of soil fertility due to increase use of chemical fertilizers also continuous use of groundwater for tubewell irrigation has reduced the water table below the ground environmental resources like soil fertility and groundwater A Bolt up our many areas once destroy it is very difficult to restore them we must take care of the environment 2 inch your future development of agriculture

How is land distributed between the farmers of Palampur
In Palampur there was for 50 families and which 150 family is most of the Delhi have no land for cultivation 240 families cultivate small plots of land less than 2 hectares in size and 18 families belonging to upper caste having more than 2 hectare of land

Who will provide the labour
After land labour is the next necessary factor for production farming require a great deal of hard work medium and large farmers farm labour to work on the field farm labour comes from landless family or families cultivating small plots of land crops sometimes labours get mails also with is very widely from region to region from crop to crop from one farm activity to another like sowing and harvesting there is also a wide variation in the duration of employment

The capital needed in farming
Most small farmers have to borrow money to arrange for the capital they both are from last farmer or the village many land or retailer who supply various input for cultivation the rate of interest on such launch is very high they are put to great distress to repay the loan  on the other hand large farmer get money for saving or get loan from the bank

Sale of surplus from products
The wheat is harvested and production is complete there is any part of the week from the family consumption and salary surplus with small farmer like Savita and concerns have little surplus sweet because their Total production is small and from he's a substantial share is kept for their own family need so it is the medium and large farmers who supply way to the market trader at the market by the way and sell it for the to shopkeeper in the town and cities suggest Tejpal Singh the large farmer has is surplus of 350 quarters of way from all his land he sells the surplus wheat at the Raiganj market and has good earnings

Non farm activities in Palampur
1. Dairy The Other common activity
2. An example of small scale manufacturing in Palampur
3. The shopkeeper of Palampur
4. Transport a fast developing sector

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