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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 9, Issue:11, November, 2020

PRINT ISSN : 2319-7692
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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(11): 3540-3545

Skills Level of Agriculture Technology School Students
P. Dangore1, P. K. Wakle1 and A. G. Raut2*
1Department of Extension Education, 2College of Horticulture, Post Graduate Institute, Dr.PDKV, Akola, India
*Corresponding author

The present study on “Skills of Agriculture Technology School students” was conducted in Akola and Amravati districts of Maharashtra state. The exploratory research design of social research was used. In all, 120 respondents were selected by random sampling method. The data was collected with the help of questionnaire and statistically analyzed. The findings of the present study revealed that, majority of the respondents (57.50%) belonged to male category, (40.83%) were other backward class category, (65.84%) were having  medium family education  (40.00%) were having their parents main occupation as agriculture, (30.00%) belonged to semi-medium family land holding (2.01 to 4.00 ha), (48.33%) were belonged to medium family income group, 45.00% respondents were having medium level of  participation in extra-curricular activities, (67.50%) had rural family background, whereas, majority of the students (39.17%) had secured first class in academic performance.. In case of skills, majority of the students (56.67%) had medium level of skills. Further it was reported that, family education, parental occupation, family land holding, family income, participation in extra-curricular activities, family background, academic performance had positive and significant relationship with their Skill of different subjects of ATS. In case of gender and caste of the students, it was found to be negatively non-significant with their Skill of different subjects of ATS.

Keywords: Skills, Agriculture Technology School, Students

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Dangore, A. P., P. K. Wakle and Raut, A. G. 2020. Skills Level of Agriculture Technology School Students.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(11): 3540-3545. doi:
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