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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

A study on profile characteristics of farmers on knowledge, attitude and accessibility towards privatization of agricultural extension services

Author(s):
Kulraj Raghuwanshi, DK Jaiswal, MK Dubey and Seema Naberia
Abstract:
The study was conducted in Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh and Chhindwara, Amarwara, Chourai and Sausar blocks were selected purposively for the study as these blocks have different types of crops are growing hence number of PAESs services are available. The data were collected from 174 respondents from five villages from each block. It was observed that in case of age, family size, farming experience, farm power and implements, social participation, extension contact, mass media exposure, cosmopoliteness, information seeking behavior, innovative proneness, scientific orientation, risk preference, economic motivation and annual income maximum respondents were fall in medium category while in case of education, size of land holding and occupation, maximum respondents were educated upto middle school level and had small land holding and hold farming/cultivation as a major occupation. The majority of the respondents had 1.01 to 2 hectare under high yielding variety and maximum respondents had medium level of decision making ability, respectively.
Pages: 1537-1540  |  563 Views  367 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Kulraj Raghuwanshi, DK Jaiswal, MK Dubey and Seema Naberia. A study on profile characteristics of farmers on knowledge, attitude and accessibility towards privatization of agricultural extension services. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 1537-1540.

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