3 edition of Social forestry and the weaker sections found in the catalog.
Social forestry and the weaker sections
Kedar N. Baidya
Study based on selected villages of Gulbarga, Raichur, and Bidar districts in Karnataka.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Kedar N. Baidya.|
|LC Classifications||SD646.K38 B34 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 151 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||93910360|
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Get this from a library. Social forestry and the weaker sections: sociological viewpoints. [Kedar N Baidya] -- Study based on selected villages of Gulbarga, Raichur, and Bidar districts in Karnataka. forestry. The trees being grown on the public lands near villages are unlikely to benefit the `weaker sections' for whom they are partly designed while in many cases they clearly take away a resource that those same weaker sections were using before.
To that extent, woodlots exploit the very people they were designed to help. SOCIAL FORESTRY. Term ‘social forestry’ was first used by National Commission on Agriculture in National Forest Policy, to encourage a need-based and time bound programme of afforestation and tree planting through afforestation, social forestry & farm forestry with involvement of local communities.
Social forestry is a concept or mission and a program that aims at. The Social Forestry programme has now attained a new significance in the overall effort to promote rural development in India.
At present planned social forestry programmes involving Government investment of tations, the interests of the weaker sections of the rural population were not especially addressed by the programmes.
Indeed, the com. Criteria for choice of species section for. These rates are derived by developing a dynamic production function for social forestry projects in India. The questions presented in this book. This book is based on social forestry experience in China.
It is arranged in 3 parts. Part I, Social forestry theories and practice (by He PiKun) has 12 chapters covering the concept and background, theoretical perspectives, social forestry and sociology, the characteristics of social forestry, women's participation in social forestry, the external support system, management forms, forest.
Spine title: Social policy, law & protection of weaker sections of society. "Seminar on "Social Policy, Law and Protection of Weaker Sections of the Society", held under the auspices of the Department of Law"--Foreword.
Description: xx, pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Social policy, law & protection of weaker sections of society. Responsibility. West Bengal launched a social Forestry Program with the assistance from World Bank in The present study in an overview of the role of government in social forestry.
Objectives of the Study Keeping in view the growing development of social forestry for. Participatory social forestry was introduced in Bangladesh in early s to reduce the rampant rate of deforestation.
Few studies are available on social forestry in Bangladesh. This research was done in degraded Sal (Shorea robusta) forests under the Dhaka Forest Division.
Due to its location in the central part of the country, this forest is. Social forestry is a noble concept in which community plays the most important role in implementation.
If implemented with appropriate institutional framework proves highly successful in benefiting the environment as well as the community. Traditional institutions are an excellent example of state- people partnership which has been relatively. This management-driven, comprehensive book on ecosystem ecology is the only one on the market that covers the entire field, linking conventional ecosystem-level forest ecology to forest features ecological site classification, ecosystem modeling, and strong sections on ecological diversity and the physical environment.
Examine the differences between social and farm forestry. Explain their importance to India. Social forestry is, in effect, an integral part of the Gandhian philosophy of economic growth and community development.
It was being realized that forests were under pressure because of the growing population, and land was getting degraded due to human activities. Social forestry is the management and protection of forests and afforestation of barren and deforested lands with the purpose of helping environmental, social and rural development.
The term social forestry was first used in by The National Commission on Agriculture, when the government of India aimed to reduce pressure on forests by planting trees on all unused and fallow lands. Social forestry has often been treated as a sub topic in forestry.
This chapter aims to introduce the idea that all forestry is social forestry. There are aspects of social forestry within traditional or sustained yield forestry. There are some differences however. The distinction between social forestry and other forestry programs are.
Social forestry means the management and protection of forest and afforestation of barren and deforested lands with the purpose of helping environmental, social and rural development. The term, social forestry, was first used in by The National Commission on Agriculture, government of India.
Firstly, social forestry: I propose that we use this term in the sense that it is defined by Gregersen and his colleagues.
(Gregersen et al, ) Thus the term social forestry is used here interchangeably with community forestry, farm and community forestry and forestry for. social forestry projects were examined in depth by working groups, and a revised framework for the Guide was developed.
In midafter further field vlSlts, a completely rewritten working draft of the Guide was distributed to State social forestry authorities for field testing. This bookexamines inclusive growth in a range of social and economic areas in India, including physical infrastructure, vulnerable sections of the population and underdeveloped states.
It provides a c. Book Detail: Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free How to Download PDF Books [Full Guide] Course Outline: FRST – SOCIAL AND FARM FORESTRY (1+1) Role of forests – productive role – food, fuel, clothing, shelter, timber and non- timber forest produce and protective role – climate amelioration, soil and water conservation, habitat for wildlife, purification of atmosphere.
The reader is not introduced to economic, social and national policy before the war, which (as many Poles understood in ) left the state and the armed forces weaker than they had to. Social Forestry means making use of unused and fallow lands so that deeper forests are safeguarded from exploitation, by using fast growing trees to meet the needs of fodder and National Commission on Forests used the term Social Forestry in Download PDF for IAS Exams.
For UPSC Preparation, follow BYJU'S.Essay # 2. Definition of Social Forestry: Social forestry is defined as “of the people, by the people and for the people.” It means the management and protection of forests and afforestation on barren lands with the purpose of helping in the environmental, social and rural development, as against the traditional objective of securing revenue.
a) Farm forestry Under this programme individual farmers are being encouraged to plant trees on their own farmland to meet the domestic needs of the family.
In many areas this tradition of growing trees on the farmland already existed. Non-commercial farm forestry is the main thrust of most of the social forestry projects in the country today.