Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2017)
Study on impact of KVK training program on adoption of food grain processing technology among rural women
Author(s): Suraksha Rai, RR Yadav, Subodh Kumar, AP Singh, Rahul, Abhishek Anand, BK Singh and D Singh
Abstract: The improved food grain processing word is highly fragmented. Faizabad district has potential to become a leading player in the production of grain like rice, wheat, maize, barley and millets like jowar (great millet), bajra (pearl millet) and ragi (finger millet) etc.. The present study and attempts to find out the extent of adoption of food grain processing technology is being followed by the rural women. The present study was conducted in KVK Masodha district Faizabad (U.P.) selected purposively. A total number of 100 respondents were selected through proportionate random sampling. 50 trained women’s and 50 untrained in the same proportion for the study purpose. A well-structured and pretested interview scheduled was used for data collection through personal interview method. The study has revealed that the extent of adoption of improved food grain processing technology among the trained and untrained respondents were full. Whereas finding that the majority (80.00%) of trained respondents of had medium, extent of adoption followed by low (04.00%) and only16.00 per cent had high level of adoption extent. whereas on the other hand in case of untrained respondents, 62 per cent had medium category followed by 30 per cent low level and only 8 per cent high level of adoption extent. The overall findings of the study make a strong case for developing capacity building through training programmes about food grain processing and ensuring accessibility to technology for promoting adoption of improved food grain processing technology transferred by KVK among the rural women.
How to cite this article:
Suraksha Rai, RR Yadav, Subodh Kumar, AP Singh, Rahul, Abhishek Anand, BK Singh and D Singh. Study on impact of KVK training program on adoption of food grain processing technology among rural women. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(5): 2188-2189.