Rural Development in a democratic society is not a matter only of plans and statistics, targets and budgets, technology and methods, material aid and professional staff, agencies and organizations to administer them, but also one of using these mechanisms skillfully as educational means for changing mind, heart and actions of people to attain improvements economically, socially, potentially and morally. Man is endowed with internal desire for improvement. He needs only to be shown the paths clearly and convincingly and provided with necessary resources and help. In and organized Programme to promote rural development through Community Development and Panchayati Raj movements, the workers of the National Extension Service Organization constitute the connection link between the people and the institutions created to promote their economic, social and political development. Hence, upon the character quality training and skill of the workers largely rests the success the success of the Programme.