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The Extension Education Society which publishes the Journal of Extension Education, is established to promote the cause of extension scientists. Its headquarters is in Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Campus, Coimbatore - 3. India

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The study examines the adoption of FARO 44 rice among Fadama project particpants.A multistage sampling technique was used to select 336 Fadama project farmers from three agricultural zones. Data collected were analysed using adoption scale and factor analysis as well as frequency and percentages. Majority of males were within the active age of 19-36years; married with farming experience of 16- ...

SUBJECT: factor analysis; rhumbus; faro; nigeria; fadama project

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The study was conducted in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala, to analyse the factors affecting job satisfaction of agricultural professionals in commercial banks of Kerala. Ninety agricultural professionals working in two major banks viz., State Bank of India and Canara Bank were randomly selected. Ex-post facto research design was followed. It was found that about fifty per cent of respon ...

SUBJECT: bank; performance; job satisfaction; agricultural professionals; kerala

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Performance Effectiveness of Agro Service Centres in Kerala

Safna Vatakke Kandy Meethal et al. [2020-02-07]

Agriculture is the back bone of Indian economy. Time bound high-quality agro services are essential for the growth of agriculture in our country. The present study was conducted among the beneficiary farmers Agro Service Centres in Kerala, during the year 2018-19. The sample of the study comprised 120 farmers from purposively selected 26 Agro Service Centres. Performance effectiveness of Agro ...

SUBJECT: agro service centre; farmer’s income; performance effectiveness; services delivery; kerala

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Agri-clinics and Agribusiness Centres (ACABC) scheme is a credit linked subsidy based scheme for setting up ‘agriventure’ by trained agricultural graduates launched by Government of India to strengthen public extension system, technology transfer and to augment employment in rural areas. The present study was conducted during the year 2017-19 in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh (AP) among the agripre ...

SUBJECT: attitude; andhra pradesh; kerala; agriclinics and agribusiness centres; agripreneurs

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The study was undertaken to assess the impact of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) on paddy cultivation and the constraints faced by the farmers due to the implementation of this scheme in Palakkad district of Kerala. A sample of 120 paddy farmers from Kuzhalmannom Block was randomly selected for the study. The study revealed that the most important impact of ...

SUBJECT: impact; paddy cultivation; constraints; mgnregs; kerala

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In this study, it was aimed to examine the postgraduate theses on Social Science research submitted at College of Agriculture, Vellayani,Kerala during 2012-17 using qualitative content analysis. All the postgraduate theses that could be accessed in the college library were included in the scope of the study. As a result of the research, it was found that 66 post graduate theses under social sc ...

SUBJECT: extension; postgraduate; social science; research; kerala

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The objective of this study is to identify the constraints faced by medicinal plant growers in adoption of recommended cultivation practices. The present investigation was conducted in Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu state. A total of 120 respondents were selected randomly by proportionate random sampling method and  ere interviewed personally with the help of a structured interview sche ...

SUBJECT: medicinal plant growers; constraints; adoption; tamil nadu

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In India, collective farming by Women’s Groups (WGs) was introduced as a strategy to improve needy women’s livelihood alternatives. The study was performed in Raipur district of Chhattisgarh. Three villages were chosen from two selected blocks viz.,Arang and Dharsiwa, and five women groups were selected from each village. Most of the women members of women’s groups were in the middle age categ ...

SUBJECT: livelihood; socio-economic characteristics; chattisgarh; women groups

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The study focused on the representativeness of the sample sizes generated for populations under study in survey studies in Agricultural Education and Agricultural Extension. The study was carried out in Nigeria. A total of 4561 completed survey theses submitted to the Departments of Agricultural Education and Agricultural Extension in federal universities in Nigeria for the award of various po ...

SUBJECT: sampling error; survey; margin of error; confidence level; population

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The study analyses the training needs of farmers and agricultural extensionists of Kerala,India on selected Information Technology Enabled Systems (ITES) such as web browsing, agricultural portals, agricultural expert systems, digitized databases and on line trading in agriculture. Computer literate farmers and agricultural extensionists from the districts of Thrissur, Idukki and Malappuram of ...

SUBJECT: agricultural extension worker; training needs; farmer; ict; kerala

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