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Community Development Programme

Community Development Programme

Community Development Programme The community development programme was started in India just after independence (1952).  It was a multi project programme with the aim of an overall development of rural people.  This programme consisted of agriculture, animal husbandry, irrigation, cooperation, public health, education, social education, communication, village industries etc.  In …

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Rural Development

Rural Development

What is Rural Development There is no universally accepted definition of rural development.  The term is used in different ways in vastly divergent contexts.  As a concept, it connotes overall development of rural areas with a view to improve the quality of life rural people.  As a phenomenon, it is …

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Determinants of Price

Determinants of Price

Concept of Price  In a modern money using economy, price refers to the exchange value of a commodity or service, in terms of money. In the primitive barter economy, the exchange value of a commodity would be expressed, in terms of another commodity.  features of price: (i) Price is the …

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Determinants of demand

determinants of demand

i. Price of a Product or Service: Affects the demand of a product to a large extent. There is an inverse relationship between the price of a product and quantity demanded. The demand for a product decreases with increase in its price, while other factors are constant, and vice versa. …

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Law Of Demand

law of demand

Definition: The law of demand states that other factors being constant (cetris peribus), price and quantity demand of any good and service are inversely related to each other. When the price of a product increases, the demand for the same product will fall. The law of demand states that all other things being …

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Extension:-Definitions

Extension

(1) Extension education is an applied science consisting of content derived from research, accumulated field experiences and relevant principles drawn from the behavioural science synthesised with useful technology into a body of philosophy, principles, content and methods focussed on the problems of out of school education for adults and youth.– …

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