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Seasonal variation in the operation of land holdings in India, 1991-92

Seasonal variation in the operation of land holdings in India, 1991-92

land and livestock holdings survey : NSS 48th round, January-December 1992 = Bhārata meṃ jota kshetra ke sañcālana ke mausamī parivartana, 1991-92 : jota evaṃ paśudhana kshetroṃ kā sarvekshaṇa : Ra. Pra. Saṃ. 48vāṃ daura, Janavarī-Disambara 1992.

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Published by National Sample Survey Organisation, Dept. of Statistics, Govt. of India in [New Delhi] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- India -- Statistics.,
    • Livestock -- India -- Statistics.,
    • Consolidation of land holdings -- India -- Statistics.,
    • Land settlement patterns -- India -- Statistics.

    • About the Edition

      Chiefly statistical tables.

      Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Other titlesBhārata meṃ jota kshetra ke sañcālana ke mausamī parivartana, 1991-92
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesReport ;, no. 414 =, Riporṭa ;, saṃ. 414, Report (National Sample Survey Organisation) ;, no. 414.
      ContributionsNational Sample Survey Organisation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD876 .S43 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination30, 204 p. ;
      Number of Pages204
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6859733M
      LC Control Number00370412

      See what’s new to this edition by selecting the Features tab on this page. Should you need additional information or have questions regarding the HEOA information provided for this title, including what is new to this edition, please email [email protected] include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information. Ans 1)-The land of India contains all forms of land and physical Variation: i. India has the Thar Desert which is an arid and dry region. ii. In the north, Great Himalayas are the source of perennial rivers which drains northern plains of India. iii. The northern plains flooded by .

      Land acquisition is the power of the union or a state government in India to acquire private land for the purpose of industrialisation, development of infrastructural facilities or urbanisation of the private land, and to compensate the affected land owners for their rehabilitation and resettlement.. Laws that govern land acquisition include the Indian Tramways Act, , the Damodar Valley. seasonal variations in salinity also occur for the Arabian collaboration with PEPSICO India Holdings Ltd., Gurgaon (Haryana. found in land plants and reportedly contain times more.

        Land use pattern in India relates to the physical characteristics of land, the institutional and other resources framework like labour, capital available. All these aspects are associated with the economic development. India has a total land area of approximately million hectares. This commonly used land records terminology in India will help you in understanding land records properly. Land & Revenue Records Terms used in India: Aabi (आबी) – Land irrigated with means other than canal or well. Abadi Deh (आबादी देह) – Inhabited Area of a village. Ad-Rahin (आड रहन) – Mortgaged without.


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Seasonal variation in the operation of land holdings in India, 1991-92 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Livestock Holdings conducted in this 48th Round(January - December, ). The report analyses the seasonal variation in the operation of land in the country during the agricultural year livestock rearing was the main use of 42% of the holdings of Punjab in • In35% of the operated area in rural areas was irrigated.

Tubewells (36%) and canals (26%) were the two most important sources of irrigation at the national level. In Punjab and Haryana, 73% of the operated area was irrigated during In. India - Land and Livestock Holdings Survey: NSS 48th Round, ScheduleJanuary - December Visit - 1 LAND AND LIVESTOCK HOLDINGS SURVEY -Seasonal Variation in the Operation of Land Holdings in India, MB.

Author(s) NSSO: Country: India. Large holdings: Size above 10 hectare; Maximum number of operational land holdings in India is marginal holdings. According to Census67 per cent of holdings were classified as marginal (less than one hectare) and 18 per cent were classified as small (one-two hectare).

Large holdings were estimated to be only %. Seasonal variations in the operation of land holdings in India: Household Ownership Holdings in India, Some Aspects of Operational Land Holdings in India, Seasonal Variation in the Operational Land Holdings in India, Key Indicators of Land and Livestock.

However, even in the case of the Surveys of Land and Livestock Holdings, the gap remains substantial. For –92, the estimate of total operational holdings in the Land and Livestock survey accounted for about 93 per cent of net sown area.

This fell to about 85 per cent in the –03 Survey of Land and Livestock Holdings. “Seasonal Variation in the Operational Land Holdings in India, ”. The last report, “Household Ownership Holdings in India, ”, will be released very shortly.

Background The first survey on land holdings was taken up by the NSS in its 8th round (July. After promising land reforms and elected to power in West Bengal inthe Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) kept their word and initiated gradual land reforms, such as Operation Barga.

The result was a more equitable distribution of land among the. The Paradox of Agrarian Stagnation in Bihar, India Malaria burden in irregular migrants returning to Sri Lanka from human smuggling operations in West Africa and implications for a country reaching malaria Foreign Investment in Global Food Industry Assessment of Quality of Raw Milk Samples from a Jurisdiction of Northern India.

Current Status. For the planning and implementation of land reforms, comprehensive information relating to the characteristics of different size classes of holdings is essential. This is also necessary to identify and formulate policies and programmes for the welfare of small and marginal farmers especially, the rural poor and economically weaker sections.

Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint How much land is actually cultivated in India. 2 min read. Updated: 30 DecPM IST Roshan Kishore, Dipti Jain.

NSSO report on land and livestock holdings. Source: NSS Report No "Livestock Ownership Across Operational Land Holdings Classes in India, ", January(GoI), p Change in the stock of In-milk buffaloes per households - Rural Land holding category: (26th Round) (37th Round) (48th Round) (59th Round) Landless (Lessthan or equal to The percentage area under marginal land holdings increased from % in to % in Less than 5% land holdings account for close to 1/3 rd of total area.

While the number of Medium & Large holdings account for less than 5%, they make up for close to 1/3 rd of the total area under operation. Though the number of Marginal. Land is a source of Income in rural India land and it provides employment opportunities.

Therefore it is important for the marginal farmers, agricultural labourers, and small farmers. The concept 'ceiling on land holdings' denotes to the legally stipulated maximum size beyond which no individual farmer or farm household can hold any land.

The average rural Indian household is a marginal landowner, growing mainly cereals on a small patch of land and reliant on groundwater for irrigation, new official data show.

Over 80. Operational Holdings in India Salient Features 2 Livestock and Agriculture Implements in HH Operational Holdings 3 Seasonal Variation in Operation of Land Holdings in India 4 Household Asset and Liabilities: Debt and Investment Survey 5 Indebtedness of Rural Households: Debt and Investment Survey The economy of India is characterised as a developing market economy.

It is the world's fifth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). According to the IMF, on a per capita income basis, India ranked th by GDP (nominal) and th by GDP (PPP) in From independence in untilsuccessive governments promoted protectionist economic.

5) Discuss the pattern of land holdings in India and the challenges related to land fragmentation also suggest possible solutions to the problems.( words) A comprehensive geography by Khullar. Why this question: The question is about dealing the issues related to agriculture with specific focus on land holdings and land fragmentation issues.

Source: National Sample Survey Organization of India, Report No. of 48th Round,pp. 28 - The enactment of tenancy legislation in - 77 appears to have resulted in a sharp decrease in tenancy. National sample surveys (NSS) also record a dramatic fall in the area under tenancy from percent during - 53 to percent in - 62, down to percent in 2 million from its level of 30 million.

• The number of sheep and goats in rural areas declined from 85 per rural households in to 64 per households in • The share of marginal holdings in total stock of in-milk bovines, which was only 20% incontinued to rise from 44% in to 52% in.

The decline is sharpest for large holdings which decreased from per cent to per cent. On the contrary, it was witnessed that a great gathering of holdings found into the “marginal” category.

The percentage of land holdings in this category was increased from per cent in to per cent in in the country, India.figure 2: share of total owned area by holdings size: all india, to figure 3: distribution of household operational holdings: all india, to 15 figure 4: share of total operated area by holding size: all india, to list of annexes annex 1: land reform legislation in india.Land ownership in India is presumptive.

In India, land ownership is primarily established through a registered sale deed (a record of the property transaction between the buyer and seller). Other documents used to establish ownership include the record of rights (document with details of the property), property tax receipts, and survey documents.