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A few studies have been undertaken by several experts, notably, D.Search the history of over 302 billion web pages on the Internet.The situation causes poor health, low efficiency, low productivity and poor.Giriappa, The prospects of rural development, Performance banking and rural development, Issues in rural development, Institutions and agricultural.

The nutritional requirement is particularly crucial in a developing country such as India where malnutrition and.

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For comparative analysis of data each farmer was taken as the unit.Then 10 recorded fish farmers from each block have been selected purposefully.Moreover, out of 5, 91,476.71 Ha. total inland water resource only 2.87000 Ha. Water area (Jhingran V.G. 1991).Social scientists have always identified the rural areas for investigation.Management And Job Performance Social And Economic Development In North.

Jatindar Bajaj in his study of pre-and post Green Revolution performance shows that the.Capture fisheries consist of rivers, lakes canals etc. where farmers do not cultivate fishes.A Study on Merger Impacts of Regional Rural Banks. for Agriculture and Rural Development. has analyzed the performance of regional rural banks in India with.

Multipurpose use of this scarce resource is essential to save the human society and protect the environment.For a better experience, please download the original document and view it in the native application on your computer.The low protein intake is an indication of shortage of high quality protein food in the diet of Indians. 1.1.Though India was blessed with vast inland natural water resources but Indian Economy faces the problem of proper utilization of these huge water resources spread over its vast stretches of land.The small-scale fish farming requires less capital and more labour who are not so skilled.During the period 1981 to 2002 the contribution of fishery to GDP has increased from Rs.1230 crores to Rs.32060 crores.Explore books by Somu Giriappa with our selection at Waterstones.com. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones.About 14 million fishermen draw their livelihood from fishery.

At the end of October 2011, the world population crossed over 700 crores, China 135 crores and India 124 crores.Charan (1981), A.V. Natarajan (1985), K. M. B. Rahim (1992,93), A Chakravorty (1996), I Guha and R.These resources can be divided into two categories: i) Inland water resources and ii) Marine water resources.Agriculture and Rural Development Banks have again started lending for the.Despite the increase in the major sources of animal protein such as livestock and poultry industries, the problem of protein deficiency still continues unabated.Quatrro CA Dell Fidelity Google India Pvt. Ltd.Hero BPO HGS HGS Headstrong HSBC Electronic Data Raman Roy Amit Chatterjee Deepak Ohlyan N.The present study bears the relevance of water resource management and effective utilization of the scarce water resources in the field of pisciculture in a sustainable manner.

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These unused water resources can be brought under pisciculture through proper utilization.The protein deficiency in diet is equally associated with the inability of fish farming industry to supply the required quantity of fish.Agricultural growth and industrial performance in India C. Rangarajan.

Giriappa books. Performance Banking and Rural Development Jun 30, 2008. by Somu Giriappa. Hardcover.Centre for Ecology and Research with assistance from the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.Composite Fish Culture, Education, Growth, High Yielding Variety, Project, Productivity, Small-scale.As a result the crisis of water becomes acute not only in India but also in the World.Search the history of over 304 billion web pages on the Internet.Thus 50 fish farmers from each district have been selected for interview.India is the third largest producer of fish in the world and the second in inland fish production.

This pilot study was conducted on the following objectives: 1)To categorize the fish farmers on the basis of.The present study was confined to survey (Mishra S. 1987) the rural areas of Burdwan and Birbhum districts of W. B. in respect of implementation of the programme of Fish Farmers Development Agency (FFDA).Though these are useful guides to researchers, yet there is ample scope for further works relating to pisciculture in the rural areas of.The introduction of social and development banking policy entailed. of RRBs and their performance before and.For this study data have been collected on different aspects of the programme such as.By utilizing these water resources there is a huge prospect of piscicultu re.

rural banking and economic development Download rural banking and economic development or read online here in PDF or. to their performance in rural credit...Neogy (1996), P.K. Ghosh (1998) and others on the econom ic evaluation of pisci culture.Though many research works have been done in the biological and marine sciences, the economic investigations of pisciculture have not yet been done so far.In 1974-75 this Programme was further extended under World Bank-assisted, Inland fisheries project to cover about 200 districts of various states in India.

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Since they are also neighbouring districts a suitable comparison can easily be made. iv) In both the districts, the FFDA programmes are being implemented in full fledged form by the Government authority. v) Data from both the districts can be obtained because of my personal knowledge about the two districts. 2.2.The small-scale fish farming requires less capital and more labour that is not so skilled.It generates employment, reduces poverty, generates income, increases food supply and maintains ecological balance between flora and fauna.


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