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Privatization of agricultural extension service in India - an attitudinal analysis.

@article{Saravanan2000PrivatizationOA,
  title={Privatization of agricultural extension service in India - an attitudinal analysis.},
  author={R. Saravanan and N. S. Gowda},
  journal={Tropical agricultural research},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={226-235}
}
Agriculture in the developing countries during the 21" century dema>- . technically sound and client accountable extension service. Financial crisis, disappointing performance of public extension service and challenges and opportunities of the globalization and liberalization era calls for structural and functional adjustment with cost effective and demand driven extension. In the years to come, privatization of the agricultural extension service might be an inviting proposition. A study was… Expand
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