TRAINING FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: AN IMPACT STUDY

Article Id: ARCC3013 | Page : 20S - 211
Citation :- TRAINING FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: AN IMPACT STUDY.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2002.(36):20S - 211
K.S. Kadian and Rajesh Kumar
Address : ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region. Barapam' 793 103. India

Abstract

The study was conducted at Barpani (Meghalaya) during 1999–2000. The results indicated that there was a considerable increase in knowledge of the participants after exposure to training programme. It is found that the trainees with higher exiension contacts. mass-media exposure and level of adoption had more knowledge. It is also imperative thai knowledge shou1d be updated after six months interval as there was a gradual decline in retention of knowledge after this period. Therefore, gain in knowledge, developing appropriate skills, favourable attitude and values are due to training intervention. So, there is a need to change the metamorphosis of extension approach from prescription to motivation mode.

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