|Dr. Balbir Singh
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bawal
Contact No : 9468017203
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The aim of extension education is the transfer of technology to potential farmers and farm women regarding agriculture, home science and other allied areas mainly through the field functionaries of departments of Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Husbandry and Women and Child Welfare, Govt. of Haryana. Its approach is educational in nature and emphasis is on whole farm and family development.
Improved technology is one of the most important inputs in the present day society for the upliftment of farmers and farm families. Unless latest technology is carried out to the doorsteps of the farmers and farm-women, there is no possibility for raising the status of rural families. To deal with this problem, a network of Krishi Vigyan Kendra’s in all districts of Haryana is functioning effectively. They play a catalytic role to disseminate useful and latest technology about crops, livestock care and management, child care and family resource management through demonstrations, need based vocational trainings, khet diwas, campaigns, seminars, etc. In order to provide best services to the rural community of Rewari district, the scientists of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bawal are actively involved in:
- Disseminating the latest technologies for developing this region.
- Planning and conducting production oriented, need based short and long duration training courses both on the campus as well as in the villages for generating self employment.
- Organizing non formal educational programs on specific problem through trainings, field days, melas, campaigns, farm visits, kisan clubs etc.
- Providing vocational trainings in area of Beekeeping, Mushroom production and Home Science for various target groups.
- Undertaking adaptive research projects with a view to test the applicability of findings under different soil, agro-climatic and socio-economic conditions of the state.
- Conducting seminars, workshops and melas on the current problems of the rural masses