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Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programmes: Practioners' Guide

D. Basu (Author) M.M. Adhikary (Author) D. Biswas (Author)
Synopsis Monitoring and Evaluation Process are the most overlooked and ignored part of development programmes in spite of their high relevance. In each and every walk of life in general and every walk of life in general and development programme in particular they are considered as most important function for all the organizations to improve their performances. The book encompasses Six Chapters dealing with Basics of Monitoring and Evaluation, Concepts and Categories; Universe of Tools of Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation; Benefits and Limitation of Participatory and Evaluation; Some other relevant approaches of Monitoring and Evaluation and lastly a few Case Studies from different domains. Attempts have been made to share insights and experiences with clarity and replicability and the authors are highly indebted to the people at the grassroots who were instrumental in applying and developing these concepts. They are many and listless. But we are really thankful to them.
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About the authors

D. Basu

Another member of the team, Dr. Debarata Basu is also an erudite and eminent hard worker in the field of Extension education. He is presently serving as Associate professor in BCKV. His area of expertise comprises the area of Participatory Learning and Action, Participatory Project Management, Gender and Agriculture, Watershed Management, participatory technology development, participatory Disaster Project Management, Agricultural Input marketing Management Training Methodology, indigenous knowledge, communication and organization system, distance learning, etc. He has the working experience with the ICAR, Manage, NIRD, CARE India, Lutheran World Service, IRRI, DFID (Indian & Bangladesh) as expert.

M.M. Adhikary

The editorial team consists of the three eminent members of the esteemed Institute, BCKV, Mohanpur, Nadia, and West Bengal. Firstly, the book is edited by the erudite personality of the erudite personality of the academic world of Social Science and related disciplines, Prof M.M. Adhikary who is presently offering his invaluable services as professor of Agricultural Extension, Faculty of Agricultural Extension, faculty of Agriculture, BCKV. This distinct personality has been attached with the profession of teaching, research and extension for about twenty-five years. His immense potentiality of academic activities and capabilities to work with the people, sense of research and extension works helped him to serve as Dean, faculty of Agriculture and Director (in Charge), Directorate of Extension education in the same university as well as head of the Department of Agricultural Extension. To his credit there are 55 numbers of scientific research papers published in National and International Journals, a good score of chapters and full volume of books in related areas. He is widely traveled all through his carrier covering China, Japan, and Thiland, etc.

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D. Biswas

Ms Durba Biswas is presently working as a Research Fellow in the Department of Agricultural Fellow in the Department of Agricultural Extension, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Mohanpur, Nadia, West Bengal. Her field of specialization encompasses Participatory Learning and Action, Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation, and presently she is working on Participatory Poverty Assessment and Livelihood Analysis. She has compiled several review articles in the above mentioned areas, which bears the testimony of her acumen in the field of participatory development.

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Bibliographic information

Title Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programmes: Practioners' Guide
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183210449
length 208p., Tables; Figures; References; Index; 23cm.