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National Open University Exam Past Question – AEM458 JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013 EXAMINATION

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA AEM458 EXTENSION STRATEGIES IN PILOT RURAL DEVELOPMENT

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SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013 EXAMINATION

 

 

B.Sc AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND MANAGEMENT.

 

EXTENSION STRATEGIES IN PILOT RURAL DEVELOPMENT (AEM458) INSRUCTIONS:  Answer FIVE (5) questions only. All questions carry equal marks TIME ALLOWED: 3.00hrs

1a. Briefly explain what you understand by rural development stating its objectives. (10Marks)

 

1b. List the approaches to rural development and fully discuss any two. (10Marks)

 

2a. Discuss two of the rural development models peculiar to Nigeria . (10Marks)

 

2b. What are the factors to be considered when selecting a pilot village. (10Marks)

 

3a. Enumerate the objectives of co-ordination in pilot projects. (6Marks)

 

3b. Highlight the methods you would use to identifying target audience. (14 marks)

 

4a. What are the challenges of Agricultural extension as a strategy for rural development. (10Marks)

 

4b. Discuss the assumptions in the concept of community development. (10Marks)

 

5a.Enumerate the procedures involved in Community development. (8marks)

 

5b. Briefly discuss the concept of Participatory Action Research. (8Marks)

 

5c.What do you understand by the term Integrated Rural Development? (4Marks)

 

6a. Write a brief note on Market. (7Marks)

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6b. List the types of utility available. (3marks)

 

6c. Highlight the relevance of marketing in rural development. (10 Marks)

 

7a. Briefly, discuss the challenges associated with  rural development. (10Marks)

 

7b. Enumerate the advantages of training extension staff. (5MarKs)

7c. List the characteristics of staff training. (5Marks)

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