The livelihood and subsector analysis module is thought by the A.R.Athani. Livelihood is beyond activity of the earning income. The livelihood activity is consist important 5 capitals those are human, social, physical, natural and financial. In this livelihood module I studied subsector analysis. I did my subsector analysis study on topic of “paddy”. This module helped me lot to understand about Surshettikoppa village livelihood activities, life style of villagers, outcome and expenditures of paddy crop and current situation of rice mills, trading which is existed in Kalghatagi.

I learnt what LFA is and how can I use this tool in preparing projects.  This was the interesting module thought by the Prakash Bhatt. A logical frame Framework analysis is a tool for planning and managing development Projects. It looks like a table (or framework) and aims to present information about the key Components of a project in a clear, concise, logical and systematic way. It is not the only planning tool, And should not be considered an end in itself, but Using it encourages the discipline of clear and Specific thinking about what the project aims to do And how, and highlighting those aspects upon which Success depends.


I learn t about agriculture in DF program. This agriculture module was taught by the staff members of AME foundation. They taught us how today farmers are growing crops. In this module I learnt how to grow paddy with using SRI method. This is one of the good method to grow crops, through applying this method farmers are getting more yield, more fodder with less usage of fertilizers and water. We practically visited Amblikoppa village to see the usage of SRI method to the farmers.

Participatory rural appraisal method is taught by the Prakash Bhatt. He taught about how to do participatory rural appraisal with the involvement of villagers. In this module I learnt about social mapping, triangulation, transact walk, seasonal mapping and how to draw the Venn diagram. These all are key points of the PRA module. To using these techniques we can easily understand the village situation. We did PRA in village called Mukkal. It gave lot of knowledge to understand PRA in village level itself.

The social entrepreneurship is very much important module of the fellowship program. This module was taught by Mr. Naveen Jha the Director of Deshpande foundation. He thought about what are the qualities of entrepreneur and how can we differentiate between entrepreneur and social entrepreneur. The entrepreneur is one who is implementing his Ideas to taking risk. He is the one person visualize and actualize the things/Ideas. The social entrepreneur harnesses entrepreneurship skills to do social good. Social entrepreneurship “combines the passion of a social mission with an image of business-like discipline, innovation, and determination.


The health module  helped me to understand the villager’s health status in India. Meenakshi taught about public health. The public health is concentrate on preventive measures rather than curative measures and it also concentrate on population level health status not to the Individual health status. Currently India has been implementing so many health programs like 108 ambulance service and giving free immunization services to 0-6 year children, nursing mothers and pregnant women. Today in India people are easily getting affordable health services from public health programs.

MOVE Marketing

I learnt important module of MOVE marketing in DF program. In this module I did market analysis. It helped me to understand the situation of market, skills of sellers and intelligence of customers. I did my move marketing through selling potato chips. It was the great experience and it taught me about how to convince customers to buy our products. Through this module I got knowledge regarding how to investment money in business and how to get profit out of it.