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Vol. 12, Special Issue 9 (2023)

Impact of the training programme on stitching technology among SC farm women: A comparative study

Author(s):
Dr. Santosh Jhajharia, Dr. Kuldeep Singh, Dr. Anoop Kumar, Dr. Mukesh Kumar and Dr. Arvind Kumar Jhajharia
Abstract:
A study was carried out in the Hanumangarh district to determine the impact of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Hanumangarh-I training program on the recipients' farmwomen's knowledge of and adoption of stitching technology. 75 beneficiaries of the stitching technology training organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendra of Hanumangarh-I, as well as 75 non-beneficiaries chosen from areas not involved in the program, made up the sample of 150 responses. The findings showed that the majority of beneficiaries, or 58.67% of farmwomen, had a medium level of understanding about stitching technology, with 34.67% having a high level and 6.67% having a poor level, respectively. Farmwomen who weren't recipients, on the other hand, all had a limited understanding of stitching technology. The analysis of the adoption scores of the farmwomen who received benefits showed that, of the beneficiaries, (68.00%) had a medium level of adoption, followed by those who had a high level of adoption (29.33%) and a low level of adoption (2.67%) of stitching technologies, while all of the farmwomen who did not receive benefits had a low level of adoption. This shows that there have been considerable differences in the knowledge and use of stitching between recipients and non-beneficiaries.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Santosh Jhajharia, Dr. Kuldeep Singh, Dr. Anoop Kumar, Dr. Mukesh Kumar and Dr. Arvind Kumar Jhajharia. Impact of the training programme on stitching technology among SC farm women: A comparative study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(9S): 268-271.

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