COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROLE PERFORMANCE OF FEMALE AND MALE EXTENSION WORKERS

Article Id: ARCC634 | Page : 168 - 171
Citation :- COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROLE PERFORMANCE OF FEMALE AND MALE EXTENSION WORKERS.Agricultural Science Digest.2012.(32):168 - 171
J.V. Mande, G.S. Ankush, D.D. Suradkar and B.M. Thombre
Address : College of Agriculture, Latur-413 512, India

Abstract

The ever-increasing population with corresponding increase in the requirements of food grain production is being expeseinced three days. Indian agriculture has reached the limits of land and water. The future of increasing the productivity, the emphasize will be our technological interventions by the competent and accountable extension system. So it is necessary to know the grass root extension system. The present study was conducted in randomly selected three Tahsils of Latur District namely Latur, Renapur and Ausa. In all 60 Agricultural Assistants were randomly selected as a sample of the study. Out of 60, 20 were female and 40 were male Agricultural Assistant. Most of the female and male extension workers were playing their technical and administrative role which was average.Seventy per cent male and 80 per cent female extension workers played their overall role at average level, while, only male extension workers i.e. about 17.5 per cent played good overall role.

Keywords

Comparative study Female extension workers Male extension workers.

References

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