Year: 2023 | Month: June | Volume 12 | Issue 2

Factors Associated with Rural Agriculture Work Experience (RAWE) Programme: An Impact

Amit Kumar* Ashok Kumar Godara Rati Mukteshwar Anil Kumar Rohila
DOI:10.46852/2249-6637.02.2023.3

Abstract:

The papers focused on impact on students and farmers skills under the RAWE programme under the CCS Haryana Agriculture
University Hisar. The study found that motivation needs which were varied towards students motivation skills. Thus, the factors
are found to be responsible to assess an impact on students’ skills and impact on farmers. To get a clearer spectrum of the study
associated factors taken to measure the impact during RAWE. It was found under intrinsic motivation majority (70%) of students
found that learning and experience ideas was considered to be the most vital factor that secure (2.39) mean score value followed
by (60%) believed to do well and show good result secured (2.20) mean value. While (70%) select the CCSHAU due to interest in
agriculture with mean value (2.35). However, (70%) students using local language with farmers secured mean value (2.14) in case
of students’ self-exploration. Study revealed that under extrinsic motivation majority (75%) students found to highly motivated on
the statement concerning welfare to get good feedback which secured (1.67) mean, avoid working what else to do (75%) with (1.67)
mean value, where (60%) students had medium level of motivation on the statement believed to be motivated (15%) with (2.14)
mean value towards extrinsic motivation. Eventually more than (60%) students having medium level of motivation concerning on
the statement students enjoy and interest due to village view with (1.82) mean value, (70%) having low level of motivation show
very little performance with mean value (1.71) respectively.

Highlights

  • Increasing the awareness among the rural people.
  • Helping to find out the factors existed in rural areas like poor modern technology, etc.
  • Inculcating welfare related to different government schemes.
  • Assessing the impact of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on students as well as farmers.




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