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Rural Agricultural Work Experience Programme (Rawep)- An Appropriate Model to Create High Quality Human Resources for Sustainable Extension Services
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First Author
First Name: 
N.B.
Last Name: 
Chauhan
Corporate Author: 
Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India)
Conference Paper Title: 
Rural Agricultural Work Experience Programme (Rawep)- An Appropriate Model to Create High Quality Human Resources for Sustainable Extension Services
Conference Name: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services
Conference Location: 
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India)
Conference Date: 
17-18 February 2004
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Capacity building | Tissue culture | Research methods | participation | technological changes | Agricultural development | Atmosphere | technology | strategies | biological phenomena

 

Introduction:

Experiential learning approaches towards problem solving and improving interaction with the world outside. The learning process essentially provides a direction to the students to think and act and eventually creates self-confidence. It helps the students develop their competence, capability, capacity building, skills, expertise, in short a holistic development. However, it requires an individual’s total commitment, involvement, participation, reception, active interest, dedication, skill, curiosity, vision and mission.

 

 

References: 
National Workshop on Communication Support for Sustaining Extension Services. 17-18 February 2004 Eds. Dipak De, Basavaprabhu Jirli and K. Ghadei., Department of Extension Education, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, (India).
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drought| proteins| genotypes| groundnuts| tolerance| irrigation| drought stress| mycotoxins| planting| diffusion of information