National Commission on Labour (1967)||
(Ref. Para 28.1)
Chart showing Distribution of Population and Workers/for All-India by Rural and Urban Areas and also by Sectors of Activity according to the 1961 Census.
ANNEXURE II (Ref. para 28.8)
Distribution of land 1 to landless agricultural workers through State agency.
|Name of State||Extent of land distributed
(in lakh acres)
|Jammu & Kashmir||Not available|
|TOTAL||107.545 (10.7 million acres)|
Source : Land Reform, Division, Planning Commission.
1 This does not include land declared surplus as a result
of imposition of ceiling on land holdings.
ANNEXURE III (Ref. para 28.22)
Requirement of Mandays in Agriculture
|Region||Crops||Intensity||Mandays per acre of the holding|
|I. Single Crop Cultivation (intensity of cultivation about 1)|
|West Bengal (Hooghly and 24 Parganas)||Paddy Jute||1.05||55||75|
|Maharashtra (Ahmednagar) .||Jowar Bajra & Wheat||1.09||19||29|
|II. Intensive Multi-crop Agriculture (intensity 1.5-2.0)|
|Punjab (Amritsar & Ferozepur)||Wheat Wheat, Gram, Cotton||1.50||24||54|
|Andhra Pradesh (West Godavari)||Paddy||2.00||97||137|
|Uttar Pradesh (Meerut & Muzaffarngar)||Wheat, Sugarcane||1.50||73||103|
Multi-crop Agriculture with Mechanisation (intensity 200)
|Punjab||Wheat Wheat, Gram Cotton||21||21||47|
|Uttar Pradesh||Wheat Sugarcane||2.00||63||89|
Source : 1. For mandays per acre of the holding under local
varieties in Statements, I & II: Reports of Farm Management Studies, Ministry of Food
2. For Mandays on HYP: On the basis of cash expenses on additional labour in the Report on the High Yielding varieties Programme, Kharif 1966-67.
3. For Statement III : On the basis of the above two sources, after making allowances for displacement of labour due to mechanisation of ploughing, harvesting and threshing.