A CONCEPTUAL RESEARCH BASED ON AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SYSTEM

Dr. S. K. Pandey

Abstract


Agriculture expansion framework overcomes any issues between research labs to a rancher's field. Agriculture examination, schooling and augmentation are supposed to be the most basic for advancing homestead efficiency and improving rancher's pay. The public area is significant expansion specialist co-op and the compass of the public augmentation is restricted in India and likewise it is troubled with non-augmentation obligations like the appropriation of sponsorships and contributions, with brief period left to go to center augmentation exercises. The target of the article is to audit the Agriculture expansion framework in India to recommend pathways for better augmentation framework in India. The public augmentation administrations are profoundly slanted towards crop farming disregarding unified areas in India.  

Keywords: Agriculture expansion, Extension draws near, Meta examination, India.


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