Aims and Scope
Mobilizing people for group action has been an accepted extension strategy for sustainable development in agriculture and allied fields. Many instances of community mobilization have brought the significant lessons of participatory approaches for common property resource management and technology redesign through assessment and refinement. Mobilizing community is essential for ensuring people participation by evolving social institution building processes that garner collective responsibility and accountability.
The aims and scope of the journal are:
Sharing the relevant experiences and issues related to agriculture and allied fields at the grassroot level and global forum to create the necessary academic and developmental climate.
Sensitizing the different stakeholders about the knowledge and innovation management system in pluralistic agri-rural environment.
Developing network among the related partners for convergence of their efforts for sustainable academic development of extension education discipline.