3 edition of Development of drought-prone areas found in the catalog.
Development of drought-prone areas
N. K. Jaiswal
Bibliography: p. 459-498.
|Statement||N.K. Jaiswal, N.V. Kolte.|
|Contributions||Kolte, N. D.|
|LC Classifications||HD2073 1981 .J34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 498 p. :|
|Number of Pages||498|
|LC Control Number||81903302|
Part II of the book covers papers on sustainable agricultural development and the issues and problems involved in maintaining stable agricultural growth. Papers in Part III analyse the role of irrigation, water management and land utilisation in sustaining agriculture in Rayalaseema-a drought prone region in Andhra Pradesh. National Perspectives for Water Resources Development. Introductory Water is the most precious gift of nature of India. Its most beneficial use is a sine quanon, not only for the economic development but also for meeting the growing good requirements of the country.
more watersheds in drought-prone areas to be mapped. Chitra V Ramani Bengaluru Commissioner of the Watershed Development, under Sujala III, . The other strategies of development of these areas include adoption of integrated watershed development approach at the micro-level. The restoration of ecological balance between water, soil, plants, and human and animal population should be a basic consideration in the strategy of development of drought-prone areas.
The programme also aims at promoting overall economic development and improving the socio-economic conditions of the resource poor and disadvantaged sections inhabiting the programme areas. Coverage Upto , Desert Development Programme was under implementation in blocks of 21 districts in 5 States. Bawa DS () New strategy for industrial development of flood and drought prone areas. Kalyani Publishers, Kolkata Google Scholar Bhan SK et al () Study of flood in West Bengal during September, using Indian remote sensing satellite data.
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Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) is the “earliest area development programme” launched by the Central Government in to tackle the special problems faced by those fragile areas which are constantly affected by severe drought conditions.
These areas are characterized by large human and cattle populations which are continuously putting heavy. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
ADVERTISEMENTS: The Drought-Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) was started in The programme aims at optimum utilization of land, water and livestock resources, restoration of ecological balance and stabilizing the income of the people particularly the weaker section of the society.
Some of the important elements of the programme are: (i) Development and. This resource book, Climate variability and change: Adaptation to drought in Bangladesh, has been prepared as a reference and training guide for building the capacity of agricultural extension workers and development professionals to deal with climate change impacts and adaptation, specifically targeting drought-prone areas of Bangladesh.
Since the adoption of watershed approach in the year tillprojects have been sanctioned to treat lakh hectares of drought prone area. The year-wise details of projects sanctioned from to are at Annexure 2. Watershed Management for Sustainable Development: With Reference to Drought Prone Area A.
Ranga Reddy Mittal Publications, Jan 1, - Agricultural development projects - pagesReviews: 2. Causes. Because drought is defined as a deficit in water supply, it can be caused by a number of factors. The most important one though relates to the amount of water vapor in the atmosphere as this is what Development of drought-prone areas book precipitation.
More rain, sleet, hail, and snow can occur where there are moist, low-pressure air systems. Development Agency (MF AL), Drought Prone Area Program (DP AP) and Tribal Area Development Program (T ADP). The Fifth Five Y ear Plan () was based on the inter-sectorial transactions. Karnataka is a state constrained by erratic rainfall and large share of drought-prone areas.
Agriculture and rural sector supports more than 60. However, the willingness to pay for most attributes is considerably higher in the flood-prone region than in the drought-prone region, which reflects the socio-economic differences in households from the two regions.
Households in flood-prone areas, on an average, have higher mean incomes, are more educated, and are more likely to belong to the. With this regards, this chapter serves as a basis for understanding drought impacts and to scale up viable adaptation options in the drought-prone areas of Northwest Bangladesh.
In conclusion, this chapter emphasizes on the development of successful drought adaptation actions that would be performed through national to local level and helps. Integrated development of drought-prone areas can be done by long-term preventive measures like afforestation, pasture development, and livestock management, (by growing better top feed species, which can survive annual droughts and provide rich fodder).
Contingency crop planning can be implemented by growing various combinations of crops. • Most drought-prone areas of the state or nation • Historical impacts of drought • Historical response to drought • Most vulnerable economic and social sectors • Role of the plan in resolving conﬂict between water users and other vulnerable groups during periods of shortage Page 99 Friday, Febru AM.
Contribution to the UN Sustainable Development Goals 3 3. Research output 5 4. Methodology 6 Overview 6 Identification of drought-prone areas using ASI datasets 6 Classification of administrative areas according to ancillary characteristics 7 5. Findings 13 Identification of drought hotspots 13 DROUGHT SMART 18 6.
Identifying the drought vulnerable areas. Identifying the drought prone areas is an important step toward developing mitigation strategies and actions to reduce drought impacts and vulnerability (Wilhite et al., ).
In this section of the study, the goals are: 1) to demonstrate the application of MASH in identifying drought prone areas. Conditions of extreme drought: It includes 12% of total drought prone areas i.e Gujarat, western Uttar Pradesh, north-west Madhya Pradesh, western Rajasthan.
National Committee on the Development of Backward Areas. Report on development of drought prone areas. New Delhi: Planning Commission, Govt. of India,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: India.
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The problems of drought areas have been receiving increasing attention at the hands of the government. To this effect a number of special rural development programmes such as Drought prone Area programme, Command Area Development Programme etc.
have been formulated and implemented. •Areas having more than 25% of variability of normal rainfall – drought-prone 1) Plateau region 2) Western RJ, Kutchh 3) Ladakh Drought-prone areas •Drought is not only about water scarcity – much more complex in India •Drought is related development •Drought = agrarian poverty = high IMR, high MMR, low literacy Problem of Drought.
vulnerability of drought-prone areas in Bangladesh. Droughts strike regularly, however it is the limited local capabilities and capacities and the lack of entrance to different forms of assets which make livelihoods of people vulnerable.
To reduce increasing vulnerability to affected people, successful local adaptation should be taken.Dr. M.V.
Nadkarni (Mangesh Venkatesh Nadkarni), born on Februan economist by training and profession, has deep interest in other social sciences as well, as also in religion and philosophy.
His contribution to Economics has been mainly in the areas of Agricultural Price Policy, Problems of Drought Prone Areas, Farmers' Movements, Political Economy of Forest .The present study is the outcome of the UGC research project “Impact of Sprinkler Irrigation on Agriculture Development in Drought Prone Areas of Haryana” awarded to Prof.
Mohammad under UGC Emeritus Fellowship scheme. It focuses on impact of sprinkler irrigation on agricultural development and consequently on socio-economic transformation in the desert ecosystem .