DEVELOPMENT OF PRINTED MATERIAL ON GRAIN STORAGE TECHNOLOGY FOR RURAL YOUNG GIRLS

Article Id: ARCC5359 | Page : 166 - 171
Citation :- DEVELOPMENT OF PRINTED MATERIAL ON GRAIN STORAGE TECHNOLOGY FOR RURAL YOUNG GIRLS.Asian Journal Of Dairy and Food Research.2005.(24):166 - 171
Kunwarjeet Pannu and AJIt Randhawa
Address : AICRP ~ Home Science - ExtensIon, Department of Extension Education. Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana - 141 004. India

Abstract

The printed material on grain storage technology was developed to impart knowledge to the young girls. Two Nehru Yuvak kendras were selected at village Moranwali and village Matta of 2 blocks of Faridkot district. Fifty girls of two Nehru Yuvak Kendra were exposed to the message on grain storage through the developed educational material i.e. booklet and pamphlet. This material was standardized before its exposure to the respondents. The booklet was standardized in terms of its appropriateness, tryout phase and evaluation phase. The pamphlet was standardized in terms of its reading ease score. The study employed the pre test, post test (I and II). The respondents were exposed to two treatments booklet and pamphlet. The knowledge of the respondents was tested. The findings revealed that the girls were able to gain as well as retain significant knowledge with the help of developed educational material.

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