The closest big village to Palampur is Raiganj and the nearest small town is Shahpur
Palampur has all weather roads which connect it to the above places
The major means of transport are bullock carts, tongas, cycles, jeeps, motorbikes, trucks and tractors
Palampur has approximately 450 families belonging to different castes
There are 80 families belonging to the upper castes and they live in large houses made of bricks and cement. The upper caste families own majority of the land in the village
One third of the village belongs to the lower castes called dalits or SCs. These lower caste families live in a corner of the village and their houses are made of mud and straw, this indicates that the lower caste families are also the poorer ones
There is electricity in many parts of Palampur which helps in running tube wells and small businesses
Palampur has 2 primary and 1 high school
Palampur has 2 primary government health centers and 1 private dispensary
The Basic occupation of the people in Palampur is farming and 75% of the population is involved in it.
2. dairy products
Around one-fourth of the total population of the village Palampur is engaged in activities other than farming. The major non-farming activities are as follows in which the people of Palampur are engage
1) Dairy farming
2) Small scale manufacturing
Non-farming activities help in the development of the village Palampur as all the people in the village cannot earn their livelihood by the money they get from agriculture business. They need an additional income, which they obtain from dairy farming, trading, small scale manufacturing and transport. So, to meet their daily needs, they have adopted non-farming activities.
Advantages of non-farming activities -
1) Unlike farming activity, non-farming activities require little land.
2) People with small amount of money can set up non-farming business.
3) Non-farming business generate employment opportunities
Because in Palampur farming does not have any vacancies . Thus , small farmer does not have enough land to do farming that's why they started non farming activities . Examples :- small scale manufacturing , Dairy , transport etc.
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non-farming activities like - transport, trade, repair shops , handicrafts, construction helped in development as they gave more opportunities for work in the village and job to villagers other than just farming
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