Located in Chikhaldara and Dharni Tehsils of Amaravati District in the Satpura Hills of Maharshtra, Gugamal is famous as one of the last remaining habitats of the Indian tiger species in Maharashtra.Wildlife sanctuaries of national importance to conservation, usually due to some flagship faunal species, are named National Wildlife Sanctuary, like the tri-state National Chambal (Gharial) Wildlife Sanctuary for conserving the gharial.Maharashtra is home to a wide variety of rare animals and birds, including the tiger, crocodile, bison, gawa, neelgai, wild deer, sambar and a host of migratory birds.A picturesque lake with crystal clear water, stretching over an area of 11 sq.Water is a limiting factor and much has to be done to alleviate th...
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Close to Mumbai, Esselworld at Gorai is an amusement park which has roller coasters and water slides.There should be put some lime light on rest part of Maharashtra, because current policies highly concentrated on Mumbai only, it provide lots of job and opportunities to the people of respective destination and attraction, so the govt and private organization should not ignore the immense potential available at other places of Maharashtra.And Deccan Odyssey Luxury train which serves 7 tourist destinations in Maharashtra has getting less revenue, because of poor marketing strategies and promotions from various tourist information Kiosk available in Maharashtra and other part of India.Currently, MTDC has started the Scuba and Snorkelling di...
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(iii) Afforestation-Afforestation is another effective measure to check the erosion of soil either through running water or through winds.161 crores to reclaim 10 lakh hectares of area in catchment of major rivers and ravine lands as a result of which the total area treated under soil conservation programmes rose to 23.4 million hectares.Sixth Plan aimed at bringing additional 7.1 million hectares of area under soil conservation programmes.A special form of this perimeter or inter-row treatment is the use of a “grass way” that both channels and dissipates runoff through surface friction, impeding surface runoff, and encouraging infiltration of the slowed surface water.Soil and Water Conservation measures are one of the essential inputs...
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Library has three sections such as preservation, conservation and book binding.In this way personnel of conservation section told that with the help of tissuing process increase the life of books for hundred years.In this way Asiatic society library’s work in field of preservation and conservation is definitely valuable in the field of library and information science.For more information I also taken separate interview of preservation, conservation and binding sections personnel.Accordingly in this library the readers, mouse, cockroaches, white ants, silverfishes, dust and rain water which comes from window these are the factors which damage or destroy the library resources.
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World heritage day (April 18) and world heritage week (November 19-25) are other activities used for communicating the values and conservation of the Ajanta caves.Periodic reporting – archaeological survey of India is obliged to prepare and send a detailed report on conservation of the site each year describing the position of preservation and monitoring.250/- per head .. Archaeological survey of India is the sole department responsible for maintaining and managing the site through its various branches like conservation, science and horticulture.Drinking water facility.The conservation branch – looks after the structural conservation and preservation of the caves.
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1972;5(10): 347-349. .5) , of family Grewiatiliaceae, commonly known as Dhaman : It Is found in all districts of maharashtra state of India .10) Rumex vasicarius l. Polygonaceae (Hummayd and hammad ,sour-wort ) : It is found in Nanded,Hingoli,Parbhani districts of Maharashtra.2) , family Anacardeaceae, commonly named as Charr,Chironji: It was found throughout India, Burma and Nepal (1) and in India Hingoli, Parbhani, Latur and Nanded regions of Maharashtra.6) , belong to family Sapotaceae commonly known as Moha : This plants was found in all districts of Maharashtra except Osmanabad.
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✓ It has reduced its usage of water 10.1% in comparison to 2010. .It has been working since decade in different parts of country to conserve water.With a ranking of number 6, it was the highest ranked FMCG Company Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) won the first prize at FICCI Water Awards 2012 under the category of ‘community initiatives by industry’ for Gundar Basin Project, a water conservation initiative.When an HUL employee visits an outlet and finds the company’s product out of stock, he can log stock calls either by logging on to the Pop eye site, or report the information by phone or email.It has 35 brands with 20 distinct categories like soaps, detergents, skin care, toothpastes, tea and coffee, water purifiers, etc.
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Marathi is the official language of Maharashtra.The Aashadi Ekadashi festival is one of the most important in Maharashtra.According to a network of NGOs specializing in the fight for women's rights: “The cane cutters live in miserable conditions, without drinking water or sanitation in their makeshift shelters.English has only around 15,000 native speakers, but around 7 million people in Maharashtra speak English as a second language.The Maharashtra has many institutions of higher education: 301 colleges, 616 industrial training institutes and 24 universities.
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Equitable Water was set up as an entirely voluntary charity in 2004 to focus on small projects delivering water (for irrigation and drinking) and conserving water in impoverished parts of rural India.Though he always acknowledged that he was inspired by the Trio, Mahatma Phule, Maharshi Karve and Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil, the pioneers of education (Particularly for the deprived) in Maharashtra, It is the fact that the quartette gets completed only when his name is added to the list.Equitable water supported Nagdarwadi village through SSM in 2004.WOTR is a not-for-profit NGO founded in 1993 operating currently in five 6 Indian states – Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, and Orissa.Gradually SSM propagated it...
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More than 20 cities in the country, such as New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad, will have exhausted their water tables by 2020.60% of the water is contaminated with chromium, making it unfit for consumption.Groundwater, the source of 40% of India's water needs, is rapidly running out according to a report released in 2018 by a government agency.In 2018, nearly half of the population faces a water crisis.230 billion cubic meters of water are withdrawn each year in India.
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In India one of the major concern is the availability of clean drinking water for many communities.Mahindra United of Mumbai is the only team in Maharashtra who win the Durand Cup twice; the second oldest trophy in the world.It is also the first team in Maharashtra to win the Harwood League and the Nadkarni Cup three times in a row.A key focus area of their Corporate social responsibility initiatives is to help provide Clean Drinking Water.The Nestle Prize, provides financial support of up to USD 461,000 to individuals, NGOs, or small enterprises who offer innovative solutions to nutritional deficiencies, access to clean water, or progress in rural development.
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It helps in gradually raising the water table of the area as well as preventing top soil erosion by hasty run-off of water.During the rainy season water flows into these contours and gets successively collected into the concentric trenches over a gradually sloping topography.As Prof. Shankar puts it, a similar effort of treating waste at source in cities requires a change in mind-set that considers using excessive water to just push the waste into the sea as the ‘best’ option.Instead, employing cow dung directly to the farms (in solid form or pumping with water) is considered the best as it preserves the ruminant ecology (chains of interdependent microorganisms), so crucial for making nutrients of the soil available to the plants.Agricul...
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Narmada Valley Project is a scheme to use the water of river for irrigation, electricity generation and domestic water consumption.Then in 1969 to resolve the dispute Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal was constituted.Some of the debatable charcteristics of the SSP were :Provision of irrigation and electricity facilities to the economically prosperous and politically powerful regions of South and Central Gujarat, while displacing politically marginal Adivasi subsistence peasants in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.This decided the height of the full reservoir of the dam, determined the shares of the water that each state would be entitled to.As she went ahead with her work, she got so horrified by the whole plan that she soon left her survey a...
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Also, Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) provides treated water from its sewerage treatment plant.The Mahanirmiti or Mahagenco (Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited – MSPGCL) is the major power generating company in the state of Maharashtra, India.The Maharashtra government has already taken care of infrastructure availability like roads, water, power etc.Water purification and supply .It was established in Nagpur in 1958 with focus on water supply, sewage disposal, communicable diseases and to some extent on industrial pollution and occupational diseases found common in post-independent India.
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People from Maharashtra willing to go through training and education classes to benefit the community garden .For this grant proposal, GOI is requesting financial support in order to help the ongoing issue of poverty in Maharashtra, India.There will be evaluations of the community gardens throughout Maharashtra at the beginning and ends of each crop season.By gaining their support, we can use the money provided to create a community garden that will in turn defeat hunger by providing nourishment to India by organic fruits and vegetables.To evaluate the natural resources Maharashtra offers so as to promote independency from outside resources.
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The sex ratio is 946.The literacy rate in Maharashtra has seen upward trend and is 82.91 percent as per 2011 population census.The food quality control and regular monitoring of Mid Day Meal Scheme should be done effectively and Maharashtra has well established system for it.The schemes should be employed for employment for construction of kitchen sheds, safe drinking water provision, good and sufficient sanitary requirements, regular health checkup facilities, regular monitoring of schemes, regular reporting of scheme, updating the various provisions of schemes, guidelines and education regarding science, nutrition and health should be arranged regularly by government of India.The response of teachers in Maharashtra shows that the fresh...
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The study geographical restricted to the Maharashtra state only.Since handball is most popular team game in Maharashtra and provides many quality International players.Games and sports, music, fishing, boating, singing dancing and water sports, had played important role in the life of human being.2 .. Handball is an Olympic sport played professionally in many countries.The subjects covered under the study from various districts and regions of Maharashtra states having different economical status, diet and training.3) There is no any criterion devised on the date for senior handball players in Maharashtra to provide guidelines for selection of suitable players.
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Analysis based on drinking water standards (BIS, 2012) indicates the degradation of groundwater quality in this area due to nitrate contaminations and groundwater hardness.Field work included water level measurement, litho-log preparation, collection of water from wells for quality analysis, well inventory etc.Observation wells were monitored for the spatial and temporal variation in water levels and quality.Indian Standard Drinking Water -Specification ( Second Revision).Integration of water quality maps generated for different parameters based on groundwater chemistry were used to prepare groundwater quality zonation map and has been used to delineate the spatial and temporal variations of groundwater in the study area.
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Anticipating a huge increase in demand, driven by economic growth, states such as Maharashtra, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh put in added efforts to .We should use energy efficient motors in agriculture sectors that would avoid wastage of water and cut energy bills, in building sector new thermal doors, thermal windows, roofing insulation should be used, use energy efficient motors for all our industrial sectors.How Tokyo successfully found ways to conserve electricity and avoid blackouts for months even without 17 nuclear plants is related in the book Saving Electricity in a Hurry, published by the International Energy Agency (IEA).In September 2002, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) was forced to shut down 17 nuclear power plant...
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The management lays emphasis on scientific conservation with due consideration for the general lifestyle of the tribals and others who live in and around the forest region.Adventure sports such as white water rafting and trekking are offered in Ladakh.Maharashtra in total, has 50% India’s Internet users and 45% of PC penetration in the country.Jains[edit source | editbeta]Main article: Jainism in Maharashtra Jainists are a major group in Maharashtra.The urban character of the community in Maharashtra can be seen from the fact that Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra, is approximately 18.8% Muslim per the Census.
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The main purpose should be to generate confidence in the prospective entrepreneurs/developers and offer terms and conditions, which will be attractive and cover undue risks without jeopardizing consumer interests.The development of wind power in India began in the 1990s, and has the fifth largest installed capacity in the world which by 31st Mar 2010 was 11806.69 MW, mainly spread across Tamil Nadu (4906.74 MW), Maharashtra (2077.70 MW), Gujarat (1863.64 MW), Karnataka (1472.75 MW), Rajasthan (1088.37 MW), Madhya Pradesh (229.39 MW), Andhra Pradesh (136.05 MW), Kerala (27.75 MW), Orissa (2MW), West Bengal (1.10 MW) and other states (3.20 MW).(d) The public sector has played a major and almost exclusive role in developing hydropower, howe...
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This is because the ground gets baked hard and the soil is unable to absorb the water easily.Types of Soil Erosion: Wind and water are powerful agents of soil erosion because of their ability to remove soil and transport it.(a) Erosion by Water: Erosion by water can be of several types, for example, sheet erosion, gully erosion, stream bank erosion, shore erosion and slip erosion.Gully Erosion: When soil is removed by water flowing along definite paths downs the slope or in channels, it is called gully erosion.In regions with heavy rainfall and steep slopes, erosion by running water is more significant.
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Since then, Buddhists, a very small minority in India, have gathered there every October to honor the memory of Dr Ambedkar.Nagpur is the seat of the winter session of the Maharashtra State Assembly.Nagpur is located at an altitude of about 300 m above sea level and has an area of 220 km².The rainy season is short but the city receives an average of 1,242 mm of water per year.The city lies at the geographic center of India, which is materialized in the city by a monument, the Zero Mile Stone.
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Also Forest conservation Act, 1980 also came into being but even these did not provide for any forest dwellers’ rights.The Act implies that provision of forest rights is possible even within a critical wildlife habitat unless the Government and experts feel that it may violate wildlife conservation.But according to the Environment Minister Forest Rights Act, Forest Conservation Act, Environment protection has been violated.The Act states that the forest rights recognized under the Act in critical wildlife habitats of national parks and sanctuaries may be modified and resettled provided no forest rights holder shall be resettled or have their rights affected in any manner for the purpose of creating inviolate space for wildlife conservati...
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The main reasons for this concentration are availability of raw jute, fresh water, cheap water transport, power resources, cheap labour, capital and port facilities.Factors for the location of Industries:The factors for the location of industries are availability of raw materials, power resources, transport and communication facilities, skilled and unskilled labour, favourable climate, capital, water resources, market and Government policy.1) India has plenty of natural resources like forests, minerals, power resources, water resources etc.Some of the important fertilizer factories under the public sector are at Sindri (Jharkhand), Nangal (Punjab), Trombay (Maharashtra), Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh).4) Industrial development helps to utilis...
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There are conservation efforts underway to preserve the old mills as museums. Seven mill structures were granted heritage protection status by the Government of Maharashtra.Although Samant had links with the Congress and Maharashtra politician Abdul Rehman Antulay,Prime Minister Indira Gandhi considered him a serious political threat.A festival was organized by an NGO Pukar to celebrate the culture and people of Girangaon in November 2008.Such a museum was opened at the United Mills in Lalbaug.
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The winds of change accommodating participatory approach, that have swept organisations across the world, reached GoM in 2000 when it adopted the sector reform approach in Water Supply and Sanitation Sector.Chapter 5 GSDA Phase III -– Participatory Mode (Year 2000 onwards) A few discrepancies of the last 50 years of water resource development and management in the State brought about certain critical challenges requiring immediate attention.The role and arrangement of organisation that has been modified since its formation is depicted in figure 2.It had several meetings with Principle Secretary and Law Department.It needs to be strengthened bureaucratically by creating a separate wing to look after these participatory activities.
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These torrential rains caused the deaths of more than five thousand people throughout the state of Maharashtra.After riots in which 105 people were killed by police bullets, Bombay finally became, on May 1, 1960, the capital of Maharashtra.Mumbai is home to a large number of newspapers in the Marathi language (Maharashtra Times, Navakaal, Lokmat, Loksatta, Mumbai Chaufer, Saamana and Sakaal ) and in English (notably The Times of India, Daily News and Analysis).From 1955, following the partition of the state of Bombay between Gujarat and Maharashtra, a controversy broke out over the status of Bombay.The water supply is provided by six lakes: Vihar, Vaitarna, Upper Vaitarna, Tulsi, Tansa and Powai, to which is added the Bhatsa dam.
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In all development programmes including agriculture there is an amalgamation of economic development with ecological conservation.Earthworm Kg 2 300 600 7.Wood No 20 50 800 2.Polythene sheet m 16 20 320 5.Thatch Bundle 4 100 400 3.
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And each time the ‘Team TVS’ has won on the track or off it, our customers have secured a better product for their personal transportation.Maharashtra Scooters Ltd. , a Company with 24% equity participation by the Company and 27% participation from Maharashtra State Government’s Western Maharashtra Development Corp. was formed in the year 1975 under the “Horizontal transfer of technology” policy.The unique features like fuel conservation, safety riding courses and mobile workshops helped the group reach in the interiors of the country.The company was the first in India to launch 2-seater 50cc moped and 100cc Indo-Japanese motorcycles.The first production unit is located at Satara, Maharashtra.
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