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Agricultural Education and its Importance in India


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1 Department of Management Studies, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
2 Department of Management Studies, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajauri, Jammu and Kashmir, India
     

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Agricultural education plays a significant role in boosting economy and speeding up the development process. It can create a landmark in achieving food security and sustainability. Human recourses need to be developed properly and untapped agricultural potential can be tapped by educating people about this greenjewel called agriculture. Sensitization of people with awareness programs, training sessions and camps can help in improving the statistics of education required for exclusive growth of this sector. The biggest challenge faced by this sector at present is lack of education and guidance. Education does not mean just teaching, it is a way of sustainability. People who are involved in agriculture should be equipped with all the requisite skill sets to ensure maximum productivity from this sector. This paper tries to examine the effects of agricultural education and how it can affect the economy as a whole.

Keywords

Agricultural Education, Economy, Development, Growth.
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Authors

Shahid Jibran
Department of Management Studies, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Azra Mufti
Department of Management Studies, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajauri, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Parvez Abdullah
Department of Management Studies, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University, Rajauri, Jammu and Kashmir, India

Abstract


Agricultural education plays a significant role in boosting economy and speeding up the development process. It can create a landmark in achieving food security and sustainability. Human recourses need to be developed properly and untapped agricultural potential can be tapped by educating people about this greenjewel called agriculture. Sensitization of people with awareness programs, training sessions and camps can help in improving the statistics of education required for exclusive growth of this sector. The biggest challenge faced by this sector at present is lack of education and guidance. Education does not mean just teaching, it is a way of sustainability. People who are involved in agriculture should be equipped with all the requisite skill sets to ensure maximum productivity from this sector. This paper tries to examine the effects of agricultural education and how it can affect the economy as a whole.

Keywords


Agricultural Education, Economy, Development, Growth.

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