Extension Teaching Methods by Sharma FL
The Indian food processing industries as well as people engaged in the associated industries including packaging and distribution sectors. An encouraging response from our patrons and readers has prompted us to revise and enlarge the second edition, especially in view of recent changes in the global scenario, modes of food production, changing eating habits, raw material availability, consumer awareness, post harvest management and technology endeavors, quality control and assurance, organic foods, genetically modified foods and gerontological effects of modern foods.
Many colleges and Universities have gone into introducing the subject in undergraduate and postgraduate degree and diploma courses. Many chapters have therefore, been enlarged and updated. New chapters like Integrated Food Laws, Codex Alimentary, and Glossary of terms have been added after such persistent demand from our esteemed readers
|Audience of the Book :|
|This book Useful for postgraduate degree and diploma courses of Agriculture.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
3. Learning experience.
4. Extension teaching methods.