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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(12): 659-666
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.812.086


Impact: Development of Whole (Agriculture) Tribal Villages Service
Sonali Sharma1, Rajshree Upadhyay2, Bhupendra Upadhyay3 and B.L. Dangi1
1Department of Home Science, KVK-Barmer (Raj.), India
2Department of Home Science Extension and Communication Management, College of Home Science MPUAT, Udaipur, (Raj.), India
3Department of Statistics, Rajasthan College of Agriculture, MPUAT, Udaipur, (Raj.), India
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Abstract:

The present study was undertaken with the objectives to find out the knowledge, adoption of improved practices promoted under Development of whole (Agriculture) tribal villages of TADP among the beneficiaries, opinion and the constraints faced by the beneficiaries of the service. The study was carried out in randomly selected four villages from tribal block Jadol. The sample consisted of 60 respondents (30 beneficiaries and 30 non-beneficiaries) selected on the basis of random sampling method. The interview schedule was developed by the researcher on the basis of objectives of the study covered viz. knowledge, adoption, opinion and constraints. Personal Interview technique was used for collecting data from the respondents. For the analysis of data, frequency, percentage, mean percent score, mean weighted score, student ‘t’ test and paired ‘t’ test were used. The knowledge of the beneficiaries in the service Development of whole (Agriculture) tribal villages was good with MPS 67.56 and of non-beneficiaries was average with MPS 47.16. The high adoption by beneficiaries as depicted by MPS 75.66 and medium adoption among non-beneficiaries with 46.69 MPS. About the opinion of beneficiaries majority of the beneficiaries (63.33 to 100 %) had favourable opinion. Constraints were faced to great extent by the beneficiaries of Development of whole (Agriculture) tribal villages (81.06 MPS).


Keywords: Agriculture, Tribal, Development, Knowledge, Opinion and Constraints etc
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Sonali Sharma, Rajshree Upadhyay, Bhupendra Upadhyay and Dangi, B.L. 2019. Impact: Development of Whole (Agriculture) Tribal Villages Service.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(12): 659-666. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.812.086