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Title: An economic analysis of resources development and optimal resources planning of the Jaisinghnagar block, district Shahdol, through remote sensing technique
Researcher: Mishra, Nagendra Prasad
Guide(s): Saini, N P
Bal, D S
Keywords: Economics
Upload Date: 27-Jun-2013
University: Guru Ghasidas University
Completed Date: 1998
Abstract: The geographical area of the Jaisinghnagar block was found to be 153243 ha. The land holding area in the block was found as 75376 ha. under forest, 50167 ha. under private occupancy and 26600 ha. as revenue land. The area was found under kharif paddy cropping zone. The annual cropping intensity was found to be 112.19 The percentage of kharif to rabi cropped area was found to be about 15 %. The irrigation from all sources was 7.08 % over the gross cultivated area. The production of cereals and pulses was 256767 and 17995 quintals respectively against the annual requirements of 29108 and 27885 quintals. The fodder production was found to be 102375 tonne against the requirements o f 108557 tonnes. The annual milk production was 39572 quintals as against the gross requirement to balanced diet of 125751 quintals. The shortage in milk production was due to deficiency in cattle feeds. With and without annualized cost o f water resources development, the benefit I cost ratio was found to be 1.60 and 1.87 respectively. The potential surface water yield was found to be 15027 ha-m and ground water as 17000 ha- m. The surface and ground water under potential use were 1100 and 1500 ha-m. Land use map was prepared to a scale of 1:50000, through visual interpretation of false colour composite, deduced by the remote sensing technique. Multi-objective model plan was developed to maximize net benefit, production and labour use in the agriculture. The maximized benefit, production and labour were found to be Rs 275.05 millions, 390025 quintals and 129.17xl04 Mandays. Due to limited availability of existing water resources, further development of 2188 ha- m, surface water alone or 1031 and 631 ha-m surface and ground water were found necessary. The food commodity needs of Jaisinghnagar for 2000 and 2010 AD was computed under model plan. Model suggested over-all development of 5666 ha-m surface water or 2969 ha-m both surface and, ground water by the end of 2000 Ad.
Pagination: 135p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/9581
Appears in Departments:Department of Economics

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