This book has been prepared to serve as a textbook for students taking professional courses in the discipline of extension education in all veterinary and fisheries colleges and State veterinary units as well as agricultural universities in ...
Author: G R K Sharma
This book has been prepared to serve as a textbook for students taking professional courses in the discipline of extension education in all veterinary and fisheries colleges and State veterinary units as well as agricultural universities in India. Various concepts, philosophy, principles and methods of extension education programme planning, private extension, information and communication technologies and rural developmental programmes have been described at a functional level so as to help extension functionaries properly and effectively. Salient Features - This book shall serve as a handbook in the relevant government departments, Non-governmental organizations, co-operatives and all other input agencies, as well as research institutes and Krishi Vigyan Kendras in respect of their extension work critically.
Author: Narendra Singh JadonPublish On: 2020-09-15
This book is written for students who are taking their first and perhaps their only course in biochemistry, whether as undergraduates or as graduate students.
Author: Narendra Singh Jadon
Category: Agricultural extension work
This book is written for students who are taking their first and perhaps their only course in biochemistry, whether as undergraduates or as graduate students. The book is simple in language and approach but yet presents a powerful way of analyzing many important problems in biology and extension.
K. Sharma holds a doctoral degree in Veterinary Extension Education . He is
presently an Assistant Professor and Head in the Discipline of Veterinary &
Animal Husbandry Extension , College of Veterinary Science , Acharya N.G
Author: G.R.K. Sharma
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company
Category: Communication in agriculture
Study conducted in Kuppam area of Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Extension education is an essential course of B.Sc. (Ag.), Home Science (B.Sc.lB.
A.) and veterinary service (BVSc.) in India. Universities, colleges and institutes
offer it as a honours course at undergraduate level too. Besides, it is being taught
During the 1930's, the Extension Service was active in helping farmers survive
the Great Depression with the help of government action programs. Veterinary
Medicine Extension education involves continuing education of graduate ...
there is wide variation in perceptions regarding concept of extension education .
... Agricultural extension , Fisheries extension or Veterinary extension refers to
the branch of extension education which deals with economic and social aspects
Author: L.K. Jha And P.K. Sen SarmaPublish On: 2008
conformity with philosophy behind the organisation , the code of conduct , e . g .
for an extension and C . D . worker we ... Development through State Agricultural
University / State Department of Agriculture and Veterinary organise training in ...
The book covers theoretical aspects and MCQ's of Extension Education in Veterinary and Management in 10 chapters i.e.
Author: Ruchi Singh
Category: Technology & Engineering
The book covers theoretical aspects and MCQ's of Extension Education in Veterinary and Management in 10 chapters i.e.: Extension Education and Entrepreneurship: o Women Empowerment o Rural Sociology o Research Methodology in Extension o Communication Process & Transfer of Technology o Extension Teaching Methods o Programmes for Rural Development o Management in Extension o Information Communication Technology o Statistical tools in Extension Research
From the Veterinary Extension Personnel Changes at VetSci Extension Some not
- so - new faces are still very much ... These educational areas are becoming
increasingly important , as product quality and safety are being demanded by ...
This book will fulfill the requirement of students of agriculture and agricultural extension stream for appearing in different competitive examinations.
Author: Renu Arya
Publisher: Scientific Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
The competitive examinations have become a routine procedure of recruitment and admissions for higher position and education. Now-a-days a large number of short/objective type questions appear in the examination. These questions call for quick answering for success within a specified short period of time. A sincere effort has been made by the authors to present them in most easy, short and understandable language for the benefit, students, farmers and those who are interested in agriculture and agricultural extension. “Indira’s Objective Agricultural Extension” for competitive exams in agricultural extension discipline contain 15 chapters covering all related discipline. The chapters included such as: Introduction, historical perspective in relation to agriculture and extension, extension principles, approaches and programming, extension education, teaching and methods, extension learning and evaluation, communication and communication technology, audio - visual aids, innovation, evaluation and adoption, participatory rural appraisal, rural development and panchayati raj, economic principle, sociology and social work, training manual, agricultural statistics and appendix. This book has given due importance and whole syllabus was covered as per UGC, ICAR and SAU’s programmes in relation to agriculture extension. Each chapters contains multiple choice questions and total about 9000 objective questions with multiple choice have been framed and arranged sequentially for the easy understanding of the students. Recent information and development in the field of agriculture extension have been incorporated in the text. This book is primarily intended to serve as a appearing in competitive examinations of undergraduate, post graduate and doctorate programmes in agricultural extension of various universities. Thus this book is based on the syllabus of student of agriculture stream, it may be useful not only to students but also teachers, researchers as well as extension workers. The chapters are chosen in view to cover the course contents of competitive examinations like IAS, IFS, ARS, PCS, Banking, SAU’s, UGC and to get admissions in various degree programmes of SAU’s and other universities. This book will fulfill the requirement of students of agriculture and agricultural extension stream for appearing in different competitive examinations.
This un - number of professional extension doubtedly requires a technological
workers at national , state , district , break through in the areas of animal block
and village levels . Several livesciences , veterinary and dairying , and stock ...
Research , Education , and Extension Office ( REEO ) I 1 I - 1 1 The US Army Veterinary Corps and the impact on the. needs are identified , science activities
are Identify and assess workforce needs of the research , education , and extension ...
... uderstanding factors influencing the uptake of new technologies on dairyfarms
in SW England using the theory of reasoned action. Agri Syst 2007;94:281–93.
Chase LE, Ely OL, Hutjens MF. Major advances in extension education programs
Author: Pamela L. Ruegg
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Current, important information on mastitis for all food animal practitioners! Topics will include new perspectives in mastitis control, treatment of clinical mastitis, antimicrobial resistance in mastitis pathogens, the role of diagnostic microbiology in mastitis control programs, update on control of Staph aureus and Strep ag, epidemiology and control of mycoplasma mastitis, managing environmental mastitis, mastitis vaccine strategies, using mastitis records and somatic cell count data, the role of the milking machine in mastitis control, stray voltage and milk quality, communicating and implementing udder health programs, and more!
The meaning, process and evolution of extension and extension systems from India’s pre independence era to the present era are described in this book as well as the different extension teaching methods and teaching aids used while ...
Author: Sandhya Rani Mohanty
Publisher: Anchor Academic Publishing
Category: Social Science
This textbook is written for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Extension Education at Home Science Colleges. It shall serve as a reference book for Extension students of Agriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, Fisheries and Basic Science at Universities, Colleges and Institutes. It shall as well serve as a handbook for Government Departments, Non-Government Organizations, Rural Banks and Cooperatives, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, etc. to support them in extension work. The meaning, process and evolution of extension and extension systems from India’s pre independence era to the present era are described in this book as well as the different extension teaching methods and teaching aids used while extending information at villages. The book also comprehends the relationship between Home Science education and extension systems familiarizing with the structural and functional concepts of rural society. The concept, use, importance and limitations of each of the extension teaching methods are important to know for extension workers so that they can use them efficiently. However, these course contents are primarily meant for the use of student communities, teaching and research fraternities of Home Science, Agricultural and allied Sciences all over the globe in general and India in particular.
Post graduate education of practitionthese mastitis tubes would give farmers the
ers is increasingly important in these days of impression that mastitis can be
eliminated by rapid change . The extension veterinarian treatment . In the past