Nepal is a federal democratic country in which almost 2/3rd of its population are still dependent on agriculture. Despite of such involvement, the agriculture is still subsistence based which is majorly due to poor extension service delivery system. History shows that, different extension systems are proposed and implemented for Nepal targeting its' agricultural development. In this activity, along with government agencies, private sector, I/NGOs have been seen to be involved. This book entails how the Government of Nepal has delivered agriculture extension services at local level. This book also tries to persuade the decentralized agri-extension service delivery system at local level from the perception of both, farmers and extension workers. It attempt to catch up bottlenecks in extension service delivery system and find out remedies to solve those problems.
Mr. Sabin Karki was born on 19th May, 1993 in Lamjung, Nepal. He is son of Mr. Prem Bahadur Karki and Mrs. Shova Karki. He has completed his B.Sc. Ag from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Lamjung Campus in 2017 and is currently perusing post graduation in Agricultural Extension from IAAS, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Decentralization, Extension Worker, Farmers, Likert scale, Perception
SCIENCE / Horticulture