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India’s urban population is currently around 31% of its total population and contributes about 63% of India’s GDP (Census 2011). It is estimated that it… Read More
India is an agrarian economy with one-third of its population depending directly or indirectly on agriculture. India has moved from coming to the brink of… Read More
Social Forestry can be understood as the use of barren lands and their management and development with afforestation for rural development and environmental benefits. In… Read More
Across the world, the pace of migration from rural to urban areas is increasing rapidly. According to United Nations, by 2050, about 68% of the… Read More
Water is an essential resource for the survival of life and ecological balance, however, excess of it causes calamity and lack of it causes disaster.… Read More
Agricultural-related activity is one of the major economic activities in India and it accounts for 14% of India’s GDP. Two-thirds of the Indian population depends… Read More
India is a vast country. Terrible desert, plain land full of grain, dry plateau, huge mountain range, and vast sea coast are scattered in different… Read More
Ocean currents are the movement of oceanic water, driven primarily by planetary winds and influenced by Coriolis force and gradients – gravity, temperature, and density.… Read More
Vegetation that grows in a place in their natural climate and soil, without the intervention of human beings, is called the natural vegetation of that… Read More
Adam Smith said that trade between nations is such a thing that helps to create wealth among the nations. In this context, the transportation system… Read More
National Horticulture Mission(NHM) is launched in the year 2005-06 under the 10th five years plan. This scheme was promoted by the Government of India and… Read More
India has a great geographical extent from the snowy Himalayan Ranges in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south. The country is blessed… Read More
When the oxygen level of an area of the water body becomes low, that area is called Dead Zone. This area is also known as… Read More
Our atmosphere envelopes earth like a blanket of a constantly fluctuating mixture of various gases. Its extent is approximately 950 km. Its density decreases with… Read More
Wetlands are distinct ecosystems, that are flooded either permanently or temporarily resulting in an anoxic (oxygen-free) environment and hydric soils. These may be considered as… Read More

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