When you say that you have no time to spare, you can be heard by someone else to ask if you have enough money for the next meal.
If you are a farmer, for example, you may be asked whether you have money to purchase fresh vegetables and fertiliser for the upcoming season.
It is the farmer’s responsibility to make sure that there is enough money to feed his family for the coming season.
If you are working for a company or an NGO, you need to know what kind of salary you will get in the coming year.
“If you want to work in the sector, you have to know the terms of employment.
You cannot get a contract if you are not informed,” says A K Gopalkrishnan, president of the Farmers’ Association of India.
Gopalkithnan says that it is very important to be aware of the terms and conditions of work, and to be prepared with sufficient savings.
“You have to keep in mind that you cannot go out of the farm and go and buy any kind of equipment for a small farm.
The amount you can buy in the shop is limited, so you have got to get it in advance.
According to the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), in 2016, more than 30 lakh agricultural labourers received an annual salary of Rs 6,000-8,000 per month.
Goparkithnan adds that, in India, the number of farmers in the industry is at a peak. “
You have got the opportunity to earn a decent income, and you also get a chance to work from home,” says Goparkathnan.
Goparkithnan adds that, in India, the number of farmers in the industry is at a peak.
“Around 100,000 workers in the agricultural sector are working under contract.
The government is providing incentives to the farmers to join the private sector,” he says.
“If you do not want to join, you should have enough cash to pay the rent and other expenses.”
Gopankathnan points out that, for those who want to start a business, they need to work on their own.
The Department of Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture, has been pushing for greater awareness among farmers of the benefits of joining the private sectors.
In March this year, it launched the “IamA Farmer-to-Consumer” programme, in which farmers and workers will be offered job-related training and financial assistance to start up their own businesses.
“I am a farmer myself, and I have to ask for a salary,” says a 23-year-old farmer from Kolkata, who did not want his surname to be published.
“I am currently a contractor.
What should I do?”
He is one of more than 100 farmers who have joined the scheme, and he has been making an impact.
“As of now, I have already saved enough money from selling vegetables, and the monthly payment is around Rs 500.
I am working at my own expense to earn money,” he adds.”
There are several schemes in India to help farmers.
The most popular one is the Indian Government Loan Scheme (IGSL), but it is a difficult one.
You need to earn at least Rs 2 lakh per month in a year, and a loan is required for a loan.
The interest rates are high.
It is very difficult to get an interest-free loan.”
When I came here, I had to pay interest for about two years,” he added.
With a little help from his family, the young farmer has been able to build a small vegetable farm on his land.
The farmer has paid off his debt to the Government Loan scheme and is now looking forward to earning more money in the future.