ANALYSIS OF COMPETENCIES POSSESSED BY FIELD STAFF OF PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SYSTEM IN PUNJAB, PAKISTAN*

@article{Ali2020ANALYSISOC,
  title={ANALYSIS OF COMPETENCIES POSSESSED BY FIELD STAFF OF PRIVATE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SYSTEM IN PUNJAB, PAKISTAN*},
  author={Mohamed Ali and Osama O Atallah},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={47},
  pages={101-117}
}
A study was conducted in the Department of Agricultural Extension, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan during 2007. A sample of 408 farmers was selected randomly through multistage sampling from the Punjab. Data were collected through personal interviews following validated interview schedule. Competencies of extension field staff (EFS) of private agricultural extension system was measured on 4 points scale. On measuring scale, mean value of 1 represents great weakness, 2 represents… 

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