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Effectiveness of Agricultural Operation Course in Khoram Abad
Universities
Abstract
Purpose of this paper is effectiveness of agricultural operation course in Khoram Abad Universities. This descriptive research is surveying method. Statistical population is all of student that have passed agriculture operation course work in 2010-11 in three subsystem including Lorestan, Azad Islamic and Payam e Noor Universities. Stratified sampling was used. Data gathered by questionnaire tool. Expert panel was used for validity and chronbach alpha calculated 0.97 for reliability measurement.Descriptive finding show that total view point of student about mentioned course effectiveness is moderate (2.9 from 5). Correlation finding showed that between in depended variables including educational course, father’s job, age, gender, diploma means and number of passed units and effectiveness as depended variable are significant.
Key words: Effectiveness, University, Agricultural Operation Course

 

 

    1. ۱- Effectiveness ↑

 

    1. ۱- Reliability ↑

 

  1. ۲- Validity ↑

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