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In sericulture activities involve the rearing of silkworms and the production of raw silk. Its obtained out of cocoons spun by certain species of insects. Sericulture major contain food-plant cultivation and to feed the silkworms which called spin silk cocoons. The reeling of the cocoons for unwinding the silk filament for the value-added benefits like processing and weaving activities.
This study presented the location of the Sivsagar district who has contributed 98 % production of Assam. In different localities, three types of silkworms are considered viz., Eri, Muga, and Mulberry -which are being reared by Seri farmers in the Sivsagar district. Because Assam is one of the industrially developed states, so, the consideration of silk practice as entrepreneurship is felt very important at the present juncture in the Sivsagar district. Therefore, the researcher has undertaken to study the title - “Growth of Entrepreneurship Development in Assam by Agro-based activities with special reference Muga, Eri and Mulberry farms”.