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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 4, Issue 1 (2015)

Impact of KVK training programme on socio- economic status and knowledge of trainees in Maharajganj district

Author(s):

Vijay Chandra, VB Singh and Manoj Kumar Singh

Abstract:
The investigation was undertaken among 120 on-campus trainees and 120 off-campus trainees among six purposively selected villages from three blocks. The trainees were selected randomly from each selected villages. Two variables namely respondents socio-economic status and their levels of knowledge about the training programme were measured by utilizing pre-structured and pretested interview schedule. Findings of the study showed that 44.0 per cent of on- campus trainees head medium socio-economic status followed by low (37.0%) socio- economic status and only 19.0 per cent had high level of socio- economic status However in case of off- campus trainees, 58.0 per cent had low socio-economic status followed by 37.0 per cent medium level and only 5.0 per cent process high level of socio- economic status The study revealed considerable difference on and off campus trainees regarding their socio- economic status. The study revealed considerable difference on and off-campus trainees regarding their socio-economic status it was also found that 27 per cent respondents had medium and low level of Knowledge (2.0%), were as in case of on-campus trainees. 71.0 per cent respondents had medium level of knowledge, about the KVK training programme. This indicates that there has been significant difference between the on and off campus trainees with regard to this knowledge about KVK Training Programmes.

Pages: 238-240  |  1386 Views  297 Downloads


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How to cite this article:
Vijay Chandra, VB Singh and Manoj Kumar Singh. Impact of KVK training programme on socio- economic status and knowledge of trainees in Maharajganj district. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2015;4(1):238-240.

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