Case studies on dairy-based innovators contributing at grassroots vis-à-vis ascertainment of their intelligence level 

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.v0i0f.3809    | Article Id: B-2698 | Page : 820-823
Citation :- Case studies on dairy-based innovators contributing at grassrootsvis-à-vis ascertainment of their intelligence level .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2016.(50):820-823

Ram Datt1, Sujeet K. Jha2 Ata-Ul-Munim Tak2 and Y.S. Jadoun2

ramdatt.extn@gmail.com
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Bihar Agricultural University, Sabour , Bhagalpur-813 210, Bihar, India.

Abstract

The study was conducted to have knowledge about intelligence level vis-à-vis dairy-based innovations development process at grassroots level. For this particular study, the ‘case study’ method was adopted. Further, in order to measure the intelligence level of innovators, the Revised Bhatia’s Short Battery of Performance Tests of Intelligence for Adults” was used. In all, a total of nine innovators, especially those who had developed dairy-based innovations at grassroot, across different parts of India were selected, purposively, for this study. The results of this study revealed that majority of respondents had average level of intelligence.  Thereby indicating that development of innovations may be undertaken by people possessing an average level of I.Q.

Keywords

Dairy-based innovation Grassroots Innovators Intelligence.

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