Abstract— This paper examines the profile of the tribal families from Palghar district. The study was conducted at the Palghar district. A sample of 120 tribal families were considered as respondents for present study. The respondents were interviewed with the help of specially designed schedule. Collected data was classified, tabulated and analysed by using various statistical method. The result of the study showed that most of the respondents have ‘medium’ family education status, ‘medium’ family size, ‘medium’ annual family income, ‘cultivation’ as their major occupation, ‘marginal’ land holding, ‘fair’ cropping pattern, ‘medium’ farming experience and ‘low’ social participation. The extension workers should consider these facts while planning and executing programmes for development of the tribal families living in Palghar district.
Keywords— Profile, Tribal families.
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