Analjyoti BasuKarnavati University, India
Title: Livelihood Generation Avenues Using Earth-Worm Based Manure: A Study Referencing India
The present-day world focuses more on organic manures to get rid of the illeffects of chemical manures. In this context, Earth-Worm-based organic manure, vermicompost, and vermiwash are essential. The earth-worm-based manure replaces chemical manures and favors sustainable development through green practices. However, the present study is riding on the fact that vermi- products have good livelihood and entrepreneurship generating opportunities. The study captures the opportunities in four parts. The first part explored the potential entrepreneurial cum employment-generating opportunities through the works carried by different researchers, while the second captures the reports of different organizations and corporate bodies. The third part focuses on the opportunity analyzed through the author’s field work’s primary data. Finally, the fourth part tries to bring out all the possibilities of India’s potential entrepreneurial cum employment generation possibilities by a modular approach.
Analjyoti Basu is a trainer, teacher, researcher and International level speaker in Entrepreneurship, Start-up, and Innovation. He is the former Innovation Ambassador of Institute Innovation Council, Ministry of Education (MOE) Innovation Cell, AICTE, New Delhi. Previously he has completed his Doctoral program from Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India(EDII), Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. He is Double Master and Double Bachelor Degree holder with a Gold medal in one of the Master Degree programs from New Delhi Institute of India (NDIM), a premier level A Grade B-School of India. He has presented more than 25 papers in national and international conferences (including eleven papers in international conference) and has significant publications under credit (including UGC-Care, Springer International Publishing AG, Taylor and Francis, and Web of Science). His current area of research interest is Economic and Statistical model development for Tribal and Rural Development and Entrepreneurship. He was engaged in different National, International, and Government based research in entrepreneurship. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF), National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training & Research (NITTTR); National Institute of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj, Ministry of Rural Development (NIRD); Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) are some of the organizations from the list.