International Journal of Home Science
2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 2, PART C
Symbolic adoption of cutting and tailoring trainings organized for scheduled caste women caste women
Author(s): Kiran Bala and Vinita Jain
KVKs impart trainings and education with a view to raise the level of knowledge, attitudinal changes and testing and transferring of recommended improved farm and home technologies so as to bridge the gap between production and productivity and also to increase self-employment opportunities among the farming community especially to rural women. Therefore, the present study has been planned with the objectives to assess the impact of trainings on scheduled caste women and to measure the symbolic adoption of women respondents for cutting and tailoring. Sufficient gain in knowledge after exposing to cutting and tailoring trainings was recorded for sub-components viz, designing, cutting, stitching, surface enrichment, machine care and operation, entrepreneurial education and precautions. The respondents succeeded in change their attitude at post-exposure level in all the training and acquired high level skill on all the aspects of cutting and tailoring. Most of the respondents (68.89%) had acquired high level skill after exposure to training. Most of the respondents (42.50%) had medium symbolic adoption cutting and tailoring. Overall impact of trainings was of medium level (55.55%).
How to cite this article:
Kiran Bala and Vinita Jain. Symbolic adoption of cutting and tailoring trainings organized for scheduled caste women caste women. International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(2): 162-165.