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Effectiveness of NAIP with special reference to livestock Based IFS interventions among the Tribal beneficiaries

Abstract
Six year ambitious agricultural research Programme was launched in India on 6th July, 2006, which is known as National Agricultural Innovation Project (NAIP), the project focused on innovations in agricultural technology. The NAIP was implemented in four districts of southern Rajasthan state viz., Banswara, Dungarpur, Sirohi and Udaipur. Two clusters of Dungarpur district were selected for the present study. These were (a) Faloj and (b) Bichhiwara. Total 10 villages out of 15 villages (under NAIP) were selected proportionately on random basis for inclusion in the study. Total size of sample was of 104 respondents. It was found that 95 (91.35 per cent) of the farmers were of their face values expressing strengths of NAIP with moderate extent. Negligible respondents 5 (4.81 per cent) and 4 (3.84 per cent) could be observed falling under high and low strengths of NAIP respectively.

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