A Goal Programming Approach to Rubber Plantation Planning in Tripura and Formulation of Mathematical Model

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A Goal Programming Approach to Rubber Plantation Planning in Tripura and Formulation of Mathematical Model

September 3, 2021 Mathematics and Computer Science 0

In Tripura, one of the thrust areas has been identified as rubber. After Kerala, Tripura is the country’s second-largest rubber producer. The rubber tree matures in six to seven years, following which production begins naturally. Rubber plantations go through two stages in their economic life cycle: immature and mature. Rubber tree cultivation is a high-cost, long-term investment, with the first phase consisting of all expenses and no return. The costs of rubber plantations can be divided into two categories: material costs and labour costs. Using the Goal Programming approach, an attempt was made to construct a strategic planning in this study.

Author (S) Details

Dr. Manish Nandi
Ambedkar College, Tripura University, India.

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