An analysis of attitudes of the policymakers, planners and administrators towards functionality, feasibility and practicability of the training and visit system of extension in bangladesh
Bhuiyan, A.K.M. Abdul Hannan
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Abstract: This paper attempts to ascertain the attitudes of policymakers, planners and administrators, consisting of top government bureaucrats, extension experts, high level researchers, senior executives of service agencies and politicians, who are directly or indirectly involved in policy formulation and execution of the Training and Visit (T & V) System of extension. Findings indicate that researchers and politicians had favourable altitudes toward the functionality, politicians and service agency people toward feasibility while government bureaucrats and politicians showed favourable attitudes toward the practicability. The overall attitudes of all groups except bureaucrats and extension experts showed positive attitudes toward the functionality, feasibility and practicability of the Training and Visit System.
- Vol-2 1991