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Published by American Youth Commission, American Council on Education in Washington, D.C .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Vocational education -- United States.,
  • Agricultural education -- United States.,
  • Home economics -- Study and teaching -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesRural youth.
Statement[by] Agnes M. Boynton & E.L. Kirkpatrick.
ContributionsKirkpatrick, Ellis Lore, 1884- joint author., United States. Office of Education.
LC ClassificationsS533 .B66
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL247983M
LC Control Numbere 40000198

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Rural skills training 11 ILO Recommendation No. on Human Resources Development: Education, Training and Lifelong Learning adopted at the 92nd Session of the International Labour Conference (Geneva, 17 June ) calls for, among other things, innovative approaches in skills development directed towards poverty reduction and socio-eco-.   Bankers Institute of Rural and Entrepreneurship Development is conducting a six-week free vocational training programmes for youths aged between 18 and 30 years from villages of Telangana and Location: Kasturi Building, Anna Salai, , Mount Road, Chennai, , Tamil Nadu. Get this from a library! Vocational training for rural youth: a statement by the NPA Agriculture Committee, September, [National Planning Association. Agriculture Committee on National Policy.]. Vocational training in small biogas companies 52 Vocational training for young beekeepers 53 Green jobs apprenticeship programme 54 Raising youth’s awareness of organic agriculture 55 Agro-ecotourism business 57 Transforming water hyacinth into paper 59 Conclusions 60 5. Access to markets 63 Introduction 64File Size: 2MB.