Satisfaction of Beekeepers' towards the Services of National Horticulture Mission
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National Horticulture Mission was launched in the country in May 2005 as a centrally sponsored scheme to promote
holistic growth of the horticulture sector through an area based regionally differentiated strategies. The present
investigation was undertaken to evaluate the project with special reference to beekeeping under NHM. The evaluation of
the programme is essential for making the future programme more effective. Keeping this in view, the present study was
undertaken in Kota district of Rajasthan to study the satisfaction level of the beekeepers towards beekeeping programme
under National Horticulture Mission. The study indicated that majority (98.00 %) of the beekeepers had high satisfaction
level towards services provided by NHM for beekeeping programme. Besides, 2.00 per cent were moderately satisfied
with services provided by NHM. The beekeepers were highly satisfied about storage of produce (MPS 78.94), however,
they were least satisfied with availability of bee colonies (MPS 67.40).
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