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Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)

Impact in knowledge gain of rural women through dairy trainings

Sunita Ahuja, Vandna Bhanot and Balwan Singh Mandal
Women empowerment has become a significant topic of discussion in development and economics. Women in India play an important role in agricultural development and allied activities including livestock, horticulture, post-harvest operations, fisheries etc. Training has been recognized as potent tool to equip a person enabling one to deliver the goods in better way. Dairy in India is female dominated enterprise. Women spend more time in dairy production activities than men in rural areas. In the present study 30 women engaged in dairy activities from villages of Ambala district, Haryana were selected. They were imparted one day training every month for year during year 205-16 on different aspects of dairy farming viz. Feeding, Breeding, Health and production, Vaccination, Clean milk production etc. Data was collected after imparting trainings to study impact in knowledge gain regarding dairy farming activities.
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How to cite this article:
Sunita Ahuja, Vandna Bhanot, Balwan Singh Mandal. Impact in knowledge gain of rural women through dairy trainings. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(2):351-353.

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