Comparative Analysis of Attitude of Agripreneurs towards Agri-clinics and Agribusiness Centres (ACABC) Scheme in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh
Keywords:Agriclinics and Agribusiness Centres, Attitude, Agripreneurs, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh
AbstractAgri-clinics and Agribusiness Centres (ACABC) scheme is a credit linked subsidy based scheme for setting up ‘agriventure’ by trained agricultural graduates launched by Government of India to strengthen public extension system, technology transfer and to augment employment in rural areas. The present study was conducted during the year 2017-19 in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh (AP) among the agripreneurs trained under ACABC scheme. The sample comprised 30 agripreneurs from each nodal training institute (NTI) in Kerala and AP.The purpose of the study was to assess the attitude of agripreneurs towards ACABC scheme. Majority of the agripreneurs from both Kerala and AP had medium level of attitude towards ACABC scheme.
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Dumpala, S. R., & Thomas, A. (2020). Comparative Analysis of Attitude of Agripreneurs towards Agri-clinics and Agribusiness Centres (ACABC) Scheme in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Extension Education, 31(2). https://doi.org/10.26725/JEE.2019.2.31.6274-6279
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