The study was conducted in twelve wards of Madhya Nepal Municipality, Lamjung; western part of Nepal with primary objective of studying socio-economic trend of the remittance-receiving households and the effect of international labour migration in agricultural activities management. For the study, 123 households where at least one of the members was international labour migrant for more than a year; 40 each from Brahmin/Chhetri, 57 Janajati/Aadibasi and 26 Dalit community were selected purposively. Purposive snow-ball sampling technique and semi-structured questionnaires was used. The study showed that majority of household heads were male (61%) and female (39%), were involved in agriculture occupation. migration is the major source of income followed by agriculture. The main destination of migrant were gulf country i.e (81%) followed by India (16%) and 3 % were in developed countries like UK, USA etc. Major affected factor by migration was found to be agriculture labour shortage (32%). To slove the labor problem hiring and working with Neighbor is major solution method (44.5%) followed by hiring of labour (22.5%), reducing area of cultivation (20 %) and so on.
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