Achievement Study for Countryside Improvement
An achievement result involves the improvement of practices of behaviour across a wide variety of situation of life. The three important components of achievement study are observation, reflection, and achievement. The observation of phenomenon that is generally practiced in group situations or collectively done results in the establishment of baseline of operations. Reflections and deliberations on the observed phenomena prompt the studier to plan a scheme of achievement to bring about real changes in the defective operation under consideration. Reflection and achievement continues till the set goal is realized. Improvement of agricultural, nutritional levels and entrepreneurship are purported to be improved in the application of achievement study in rural settings.