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Natural Resources Management

  • Overview

    Natural Resources Management Overview

    Land serves as storage for water and nutrients required for plants and other living micro-macro-organisms. The demand for food, energy and other human requirements depends upon the preservation and improvement of the productivity of lands, which is not only inelastic but also heterogeneous in different parts and regions of the country with a definite set up, capabilities, suitabilities for different land resources.Integrated Nutrient Management Conservation of land resources can promote sound land use to match with the land capabilities or suitabilities and to initiate correct land resources, development/suitability in the country. The increasing human and animal population has reduced the availability of land over the decades. The per capita availability of land has declined from 0.89 hectare in 1951 to 0.27 hectare in 2011 and per capita availability of agricultural land has also reduced from 0.48 hectare to 0.15 hectare during this period. Crop production is subjected to considerable instability from year to year due to its dependence on rainfall, which is slightly erratic and variant in space and time.

  • Programmes & Schemes

    National Policy for Management of Crop Residue
    Operational Guidelines of National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture(NMSA) for XII Plan Period
    Programmes and Progress of Natural Resource Management Division(Since inception upto March, 2013)
  • National Rainfed Area Authority(NRAA)

    Website Link of NRAA
    Bundelkhand Package Progress
    Mid-Term Quick Impact Evaluation study of special pacakage for drought mitigation and integarted development of Bundellhand Region
    Brief on special package for Drought Mitigation in the Bundelkhand Region state-wise details of expenditure of different activities and their major impact in agricultural and allied sectors
  • Bankable Project

    Solar Photovoltaic Pumping system
  • Portal of Agriculture and Climate Change

    Portal of Agriculture and Climate Change

    The National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) identifies measures that promote India’s development objectives while also yielding co-benefits for address­ing impact of climate change effectively. It outlines a number of steps to advance India's development and climate change-related objectives of adap­tation and mitigation. There are Eight National Missions which form the core of the National Action Plan, represent­ing multi-pronged, long-term and integrated strate­gies for achieving key goals in the context of climate change. The National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA) is one of the eight missions envisaged under the aegis of NAPCC.

  • Subordinate Offices

  • Transport Officer Recruitment Rules

    Department of Agriculture and Cooperation Transport Officer Recruitment Rules
  • Sub Mission on Agroforestry (SMAF)

    Brief introduction about the SMAF scheme
    Annual allocation letter for the year 2020-21
    Revalidation order for unspent balance of 2019-20 to be done in 2020-21
    SMAF operational Guidelines
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