Irregular delivery of practical education
Unorganized transfer of methods
Sporadic training in craft industries
Decreased transference of technical skills
Inefficient acquisition of technological skills
Rural communities have little access to the technology which would allow people to maximally utilize land and resources. Left largely to depend on traditional methods of farming and production or, at best, on partial application of improved techniques, the progress of rural communities in every sector is haphazard at best. Wasted man-hours and unused land testify to the separation of such villages from the gifts of contemporary society.