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Comparative analysis of professional competencies possessed by public and private agricultural extension field staff in Baluchistan.

@article{Mengal2015ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative analysis of professional competencies possessed by public and private agricultural extension field staff in Baluchistan.},
  author={A. A. Mengal and Zaheeruddin Mirani and Shoukat Ali},
  journal={Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={52},
  pages={867-871}
}
Competency has been defined as collective set of relevant knowledge, skills, and attitudes that trigger and promote performance of individual in effective way for successful performance (Cooper and Graham, 2001; Herringer, 2002; Langdon and Whiteside, 2004). Pakistan has an elaborate bureaucratic agricultural extension system with entire provincial set up having separate Directorate Generals for agricultural extension (Mellor, 1994). However, the recent fiscal deficit and budgetary crises… 

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