Categorized | Economics, Issue no. 7

Post Evaluation: Training of Livestock Officers in Bangladesh

The survey reported the level of usage of short term training program on ‘computer basics and database application’ for Upazila Livestock Officer (ULO) in Bangladesh. A number of 40 individuals were selected randomly out of 175 trained officers. Data were collected during December 2010 – April 2011 through questionnaire and personal interview. Specifically information on usage of computer, personal skill ratings, and constraint faced by respondents in the usage of ICT equipment were gathered. The training was found beneficial and applicable irrespective of job-level of the participants. Findings revealed that a majority of the respondents (95%) perceived themselves as in using personal computer for their official works. The study concludes that the overall impact of the training was very high for all trainees, irrespective of their age and service experience. It should be posited that government at various levels should assist in training of officers on digital compatibility.

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