IMPACT OF KVK IN DOUBLING FARMERS INCOME IN SITAPUR DISTRICT OF UTTAR PRADESH

Authors

  • Ritesh Kumar Yadav M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)
  • Prof. (Dr.) Ms. Jahanara Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Keywords:

KVK, Sitapur, Doubling farmer’s income, Agricultural innovation, Impact

Abstract

More than half of Indian population were engaged in agricultural sector but the available technology doesn’t ensure food security of the country. Hence, to diffuse new agricultural invention and innovation in the farming community, there arises a need for effective medium for transfer of technology. Thus, KVK bridges the gap between the technology generation and dissemination. The present study was proposed to understand the impact of KVK in doubling farmers income to formulate suitable programmes. For the study, descriptive research design was adopted. 120 respondents from Biswan taluk of Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh were selected as respondents. Primary data collected from respondents and secondary data from available literatures. The findings revealed that majority of the respondents were middle aged, illiterate, upto 5 members in their family, medium level of annual income, possesses their own land, agriculture as their main occupation, medium level of mass media exposure, office bearer in one organization, high level of extension contact. Meanwhile, more than half of the respondents had reported medium level of impact towards the activities carried out by KVK, beneficiary selection is not unbiased is a major constraint suggested that maximum emphasis should be given on learning by doing.

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DOI: 10.47856/ijaast.2021.v08i9.011

Author Biographies

Ritesh Kumar Yadav, M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication), SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Prof. (Dr.) Ms. Jahanara, Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Head, Department of Agriculture Extension and Communication, SHUATS (Prayagraj)

Published

2021-09-12