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Training Needs of Agricultural Extension Personnel in Meghalaya

  title={Training Needs of Agricultural Extension Personnel in Meghalaya},
  author={N G. and Ongtdu and Balasubramanian R. and Ordoloi and Surendar R and Aravanan and Ingh and Sheila Nu},
The changing scenario in agriculture, economy and communication has also increased the need for improving the skills of extension personnel. The first step in improving the skills of extension personnel would be to assess their training needs. The study was conducted in the year 2011-12. The present study was conducted in the Department of Agriculture and the three districts of Meghalaya viz., Ri Bhoi, Jaintia Hills and West Garo Hills were purposively selected for the study. The respondents… Expand

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