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Evaluation of agricultural extension

J. S. Yadav

Evaluation of agricultural extension

a study of Haryana

by J. S. Yadav

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Published by Concept Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

  • India,
  • Haryana.,
  • Haryana
    • Subjects:
    • Agricultural productivity -- India -- Haryana.,
    • Agricultural extension work -- India -- Haryana -- Evaluation.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJ.S. Yadav.
      LC ClassificationsHD2075.H3 Y33 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination207 p. :
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1687748M
      ISBN 108170223865
      LC Control Number91909649

      The remainder of this chapter describes the pl anning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and follow up for each one of these methods in turn. Problem Census is also a Group based extension activity which is described in detail in Chapter 6. RESULT DEMONSTRATIONS WITH FARMER™S GROUPSFile Size: KB. Background. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), impact evaluation has been used to assess whether agricultural extension interventions have brought the intended result or to establish causal linkages between interventions and outcomes. However, there is some scepticism about the validity and reliability of the results of the impact evaluation reports due to some contradictory Cited by:

      All Extension signature programs have evaluation tools available for your use. Reporting results and letting citizens know the private and public value of your programs is very important. An Impact Statement is a brief summary, in ordinary language, of the economic, environmental or social results of educational efforts. A.K. Singh, R. Roy Burman, in Agricultural Extension Reforms in South Asia, Strengthening extension research. The extension education has evolved as a distinct subject in agriculture sector. The extension research has led to evolution of various new fields, which include diffusion and adoption of innovations, communication and media, management and organizational .

      The book contains six chapters, each focusing on a particular topic. Topics covered includes: General Conditions for Cultivation of Crops, Farm Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Farmer’s Access to Service. Author(s): National Institute of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, India. From the outset, the book aimed at helping specialists in developing countries to improve the planning, implementation and evaluation of agricultural extension projects. Reasons for publishing a third edition of this handbook Projects and programs on agricultural extension have all but disappeared over the last decade.

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The Training and Visit (T&V) system of management was introduced in Kenya by the World Bank in as a pilot, which became effective in The two Bank Extension Projects that supported the T&V system sought to increase agricultural productivity and develop the institutions of the extension service.

Whether the extension approach is effective or not 5/5(1). Agricultural extension is an important tool for rural development, especially in less industrialized counties - extension workers play a vital role in educating farmers to produce better crops and more productive animals at lower cost.

The new edition continues to present basic principles which can be applied to all situations, but has been revised to take account of the changes Reviews: 1. Agricultural Extension, Education and Evaluation: Books Research Guide for Ag Extension, Education, and Evaluation.

This guide is a great starting place for research!Author: Randa Lopez Morgan. Progress 01/01/06 to 12/31/06 Outputs Research activities conducted in included the study of Extension agents knowledge of sustainable agricultural practices,the knowledge and attitudes of West Virginia Extension agents, and high school agricultural educators with regard to meat goats and the meat goat industry, attitudes of Extension.

Project monitoring and evaluation in agriculture (English) Abstract. Because of the need to monitor the implementation of agricultural projects Evaluation of agricultural extension book to evaluate their achievements, these activities are now a routine part of project appraisal.

This book details the concepts of monitoring and evaluation of agricultural and Cited by: Level 5: Farmers conduct their own evaluation of extension independently of extension and report their findings to policy makers. Level 4: Farmers carry out evaluation of extension in cooperation with extension managers and make decisions regarding changes in providing extension services.

Level 3: Farmers receive evaluation results and other information from extension staff and are. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "RIRDC project no. VCA-3A." Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 30 cm.

Series Title. Policy Evaluation: Evaluation of policies, plans and proposals for use by policy makers and/or communities trying to effect policy change. Program Evaluation: The evaluation of a structures intervention to improve the well being of people, groups, organizations and communities.

Improving the Monitoring and Evaluation of Agricultural Extension Programs MEAS Discussion Paper Series on Good Practices and Best Fit Approaches in Extension and Advisory Service Provision Dr. Murari Suvedi (Michigan State University) Dr. File Size: 1MB. Agricultural Extension and Rural Extension 25 Distinguishing between agricultural extension and rural extension26 Communication for rural development 26 Blurring between agricultural and rural extension 28 III.

Food Security 31 Food Security is a Public Good 31 Government's first task 31 Why the poor are Cited by: Publish a Book Chapter in "Advances in Agricultural Extension (Volume - 6)" Book Scope. Extension Administration and Supervision; Programme Planning; Monitoring and Evaluation; Diffusion and Adoption of Innovations; Extension Communication Models and Strategies; Extension Research and Methodological Issues.

Complete and update the book / website Summary and Analysis of Extension Program Evaluation in R. This text is used for a course at Rutgers, the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. DMaharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India, ).

In Africa there is an estimated 1 extension worker per 4, farmers, compared with 1 per hundred farmers in developed countries.

[8] This ratio falls far below the Food and Agriculture Organization recommendation of 1 officer for every proportion of agriculture budgets allocated to extension services varies from country to country, for example, from 5%.

Sincethe training and visit (T&V) management system was adopted for extension services in the country, subject of debate on its perceived high costs, and apparent lack of impact on agricultural production, arguing its efficacy vs. alternative mechanisms for delivering extension advice.

The evaluation in this report presents a theory. Agricultural Extension is a thorough, practical handbook that explains the purpose, importance, and far-reaching effects of agricultural extension throughout the world.

The information presented tells how to establish, communicate, and implement effective agricultural extension programs that address specific needs and long-term goals in any Format: Paperback.

forms of evaluation and illustrates them with case studies drawn from agricultural extension in Australia. It is hoped that improved access to sound information on evaluation methods will be reflected in better planning of agricultural extension projects, more effective monitoring and evaluation of programs, and hence more efficient use of industry.

Book Detail: Extension Methodologies for Transfer of Agricultural Technology Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Outlines of Extension Methodologies for Transfer of agricultural Technology Communication Communication models Forms of communication Extension programme planning Principles of programme planning Monitoring and evaluation of.

competencies to guide a systematic evaluation of agricultural extension initiatives and programs. With exposure to evaluation methods and procedures, they could contribute significantly in guiding program evaluation and use results to improve future Size: 2MB.

the introduction of extension in Kenya, in the colonial agricultural policy ofwhich stated that extension work consists of the supply of advice to all farmers, large scale and small scale through all the available extension methods.

Agricultural extension is the term used to describe the process by which rural people are persuadedFile Size: 2MB. W.A.D.P. Wanigasundera, Nihal Atapattu, in Agricultural Extension Reforms in South Asia, Abstract.

Agricultural extension services globally are face with a challenge to become more effective and responsive. This chapter examines the developments of agricultural extension services in Sri Lanka over the past two decades.Book Description LAP Lambert Academic Publishing DezTaschenbuch.

Condition: Neu. Neuware - This book offers core ideas on basic agricultural extension programme planning, monitoring and evaluation that will be useful for academicians in a class-room setting, as well as for researchers in rural and agricultural extension to understand development in Range: $ - $Agricultural extension activity is important agrarian-political instrument of the state which stimulates the development of agricultural production.

Agricultural extension service has to be competent in agricultural skills, to communicate efficiently with producers and stimulate them to acquire new knowledge.