FACTORS AFFECTING THE CONSTRAINTS AS PERCEIVED BY THE MEMBERS OF WDCS

Article Id: ARCC5358 | Page : 157 - 165
Citation :- FACTORS AFFECTING THE CONSTRAINTS AS PERCEIVED BY THE MEMBERS OF WDCS.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2005.(24):157 - 165
J.P. Yadav, G.S. Bangarva and S.K. Sharma!
Address : Department of Extension Education, S.K.N. College of Agriculture, Jobner - 303 329, India

Abstract

The research was conducted by personal interview in 40 randomly selected women dairy cooperative societies (WDCS) of Jaipur Dairy to know the factors associated with the constraints as perceived by the members. For this study 200 respondents were selected by proportionate random sampling technique. The level of education was negatively and significantly related with infra-structural, technical and over all constraints. Size of land holding and mass media exposure were negatively and significantly associated with infra-structural and socio-psychological constraints. Total number of milch animals was negatively associated with technical, economic as well as over all constraints. Participation in society activities was negatively and significantly associated with infra-structural as well as over all constraints of the respondents. Attitude towards society was also negatively and significantly associated with socia-psychological and marketing constraints. Knowledge about society was found negatively associated with over all constraints. Achievement motivation and level of aspiration were negatively and significantly associated with economic and marketing constraints.

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