Title: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TOWARDS EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING PROGRAMME AND THEIR SELECTED INDEPENDENT VARIABLES
Authors: K. R. Kakadiya, B. N. Kalsariya and H. N. Der
Publisher: Society of Extension Education Gujarat
Keywords: attitude, experiential learning programme, ug students
Year: June 2022
Abstract: India is under development country. About 65 per cent of population are living in rural area and they are related to agriculture as a main occupation. For improvement in living standard of rural people, Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) introduced Experiential Learning Programme in 2006 for students of Agricultural Universities. The study was conducted in three agriculture colleges of Junagadh Agricultural University. ELP conducted in three cluster under six different departments. Total 120 students were randomly selected from three colleges. The data were collected through structural interview schedule. The result of the research study found that innovativeness, leadership ability, agribusiness anxiety, achievement motivation, self-confidence, management orientation and aspiration had significant relationship with attitude of students towards ELP. Whereas, academic performance, family land holding, parental occupation, parental income, participation in extra-curricular activity and decision making ability had non-significant relationship with attitude towards ELP.