Effectiveness of Cutting and Tailoring Trainings Organised by Krishi Vigyan Kendra for Scheduled Caste Women
Keywords:Cutting, Effectiveness, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Satisfaction, Tailoring, Training
AbstractCutting and tailoring is one of the avenues for self-employment which require less of basic and technical
education, minimum infrastructure and moderate financial needs. Proficiency in the art of cutting and tailoring
is an essential pre-requisite in clothing construction, it is very important to know the techniques of cutting and
tailoring for producing attractive garments. The present study analyzed the effectiveness of trainings imparted
by Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Sadalpur on cutting and tailoring. Among the training programme designing of
garment was very useful with maximum training effectiveness index. The training on surface enrichment (83.61)
and cutting of garments (82.78) was useful among the respondents with marginally TEI score. Respondents
were found to be highly satisfied with raining programme. It indicated that respondents were highly satisfied
about the subject matter taught/covered and quality of trainer made available to them during training programme.
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