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DEFORESTATION IN SOLAPUR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA
Shri B.D. Patil,Dr. G.U.Todkari
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Forests are the one of the important and oldest natural recourses utilized by man for various sources. Forests have both productive and protective function. But in the name development, 23 hectors of forest is being cut in every minute. The rate of deforestation is alarming. In India annual los of forest is 0.27 million hectors in 1995-97. Deforestation has become a matter of serious concern through out the developing countries of the world, which have large population to support. For present investigation Solapur District is selected. The total geographical area of Solapur District is14895 km2. and among them 319km.2 area is under forest.
LITERACY DIFFERENTIALS IN AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA
S. N. PAWAR
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Literacy level and educational attainment are vital indicators of socioeconomic development in a society and for changing women's position and status in the society. Literacy has been defined as, a person who can both read and write with understanding in any language is called as literate, as per 2001 Census.The present paper intends to examine literacy differential in general and gender wise in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. The Period selected for the present study is from 1991 to 2001. The present study is entirely based on secondary data which is collected from District Census Handbook, Socio-Economic Abstract of Ahmednagar District. Male-female and rural-urban literacy rate is calculated by using various literacy rate formulas. Present analysis reveals that the gender wise as well as ruralurban gap in literacy is decreased in the last decade with increasing literacy rate in the study region. But, there is still tahsilwise wide gap between male-female and rural-urban literacy rate.
AGRICULTURAL LAND USE EFFICIENCY IN AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA  [PDF]
S.N. PAWAR,D.G. GATADE
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Land use efficiency is defined as the extent to which the net area sown has been cropped or resown. The total cropped area or gross area sown as percentage of net area sown gives a measure of land use efficiency which really means the intensity of cropping. The higher the index of the efficiency of cropping the higher the land use efficiency vice versa. Agricultural productivity is largely depending upon the land use efficiency. In this paper an attempt has been made to measure the level of Agricultural Land Use Efficiency by selecting Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra In the present study tehsil is taken as a basic unit of study investigation. The period selected for the present study is ten years i.e.from 1997-98 to 2007-08. The study is entirely based on secondary data which is collected form Socio–Economic Review and District Statistical Abstract of Ahmednagar, Census Handbook of Maharashtra and Ahmednagar District, District Gazetteer of Ahmednagar. Jasbir Singh′s method of land use efficiency is employed to measure the land use efficiency. Present study reveals significant spatial variation and imbalances in land use efficiency
A Note on Jawar Cultivation in Solapur District of Maharashtra
r. G.U.Todkari
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: Most of the population in the world is engaged in primary activities. Agriculture is backbone of many developing countries. The state of development of a country can be assessed on the basis of development in Agriculture. With the improvement of knowledge of science and technology, agriculture also progressed. For the present research paper Solapur District of Maharashtra is selected as the study region and jawar crop is selected for investigation. Jawar crop is dominant food crop in study region and 50 percent people used it. It first ranks crops all over district. However, after the development irrigation, jawar crop area decreased because it replace by fruit crops and cash crops.
Agriculture Landuse Pattern in Solapur District of Maharashtra
Todkari G.U.,Suryawanshi S.P.,Suryawanshi M.V.,Patil B.D.
International Journal of Agriculture Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper an attempt has been made to analyse the agricultural landuse pattern at micro levelin Solapur District. This study is based on secondary data collected from secondary records. Agricultureproduction is influenced by physical, climatological, socio-economic, technological and organization factors.An Endeavour is made here to study crop combination regions in Solapur District for year 2004-2005. This isnormal year for agriculture phenomenon in this district. The crop data has been computed with the help ofWeaver’s technique of crop combination. Solapur district occupies southern part of Maharashtra state. Itoccupies an area of 14,84559 sq.km. And supports 32.32 lack of population in 2001 censes. Administrativethe district is divided in to eleven tahsils. Physiography, temperature, rainfall, soil and drainage influence onagriculture landuse pattern in this district. Temperature is high in summer. Because of district is located indrought prone area of Maharashtra. Rainfall varies between 200 to 600 millimeters rainfall from west to eastin entire district. Thirteen crops have been considered for crop ranking and crop combination. Among these,jawar, wheat, bajara, sugarcane, gram, maize, safflower, cotton, etc. are the major crops. By computing cropranks and crop combination in Solapur District has identified ten crop combination. Such type of studyrepresents real situation of cropping pattern in Solapur District and helps to planners, agricultural scientistsand research scholars.
Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Parasites in Goats of Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra
A.U. Sutar 1,S.B. Kengar2,S.S. Patil3 and M.R. Khan4
Veterinary World , 2010,
Abstract: Helminth parasites of digestive system of goats in Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra were studied during the period January 2009 to December 2009. For these 400 faecal samples of goats from different villages were collected. Out of 400 samples 251 were positive (62.75%). In rainy season, out of 150 faecal samples examined 116 were positive (77.33%), while in winter out of 120 samples examined 73 were positive (60.83%) and in summer out of 130 samples examined 67 were positive (51.53%) [Veterinary World 2010; 3(10.000): 456-457]
MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF UNPROCESSED AND PROCESSED MILK WITH ITS PUBLIC HEALTH SIGNIFICANCE: A CASE STUDY OF BULDANA DISTRICT (M.S.).  [cached]
Waghode SM and AM Garode
International Journal of Bioassays , 2013,
Abstract: Milk is an important food of diet of vast population on earth, due to its high nutritional value for human beings. Milk can originate even from clinically healthy animals from which milk is derived or from environmental contamination occurring during collection, processing, transportation and storage of milk. So we focus on microbial analysis of processed and raw milks which are sold in Buldana district from various rural milk venders and milk dairies. The milk samples were collected that is, raw milk and pasteurized milk during the months of June-November, 2011. Individual milk samples were analyzed by standard plate count, presence of total coliform and faecal coliform. Bacteria were present with presence of yeast and mould in both processed and raw milk. Our results indicate that the majority of unprocessed milk was of poor microbiological quality with presence of total coliform and faecal coliform. While in the processed milk was low contamination with presence of total coliform and faecal coliform. So, the consumption of un-boiled and unprocessed raw milk is also health hazard due to contamination with pathogenic bacteria such as E. coli, S. aureus and S. typhi. The attempt was made to inform public health risk assessments that evaluate the microbiological safety of pasteurized and raw milk. The study indicates that addition of water to milk is most common adulterant which not only reduces the nutritional value of milk but contaminated water may also health risks to the consumers.
Tourist Attractions In Mahabaleshwar Hill Station, Satara District(Maharashtra)  [PDF]
Gatade D. G.,Abhay Patil
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: In the present research paper an attempt has been made to highlight tourist attractions in Mahabaleshwar hill station of Satara district of Maharashtra. The entire study is based on primary & secondary data as well as empirical knowledge. Primary data is collected through the field survey and observation methods.Secondary data is taken from government reports, Gazetteer of Satara district, District Census Handbook of Satara and few websites. Tourist point is taken as study investigation unit. Study reveals that Mahabaleshwar has several attractions of which 20 attractions have most significant from the view point of the tourists of India and abroad.
LEVELS OF URBANIZATION IN SOLAPUR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA: A GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY  [PDF]
GATADE D. G,VHASMANE A. S.,KHANDEKAR M. S.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: The Solapur district is one of the urbanized districts in the Maharashtra state having about one third of the population in urban areas whereas about two fifth of state population lives in urban area. The Solapur district accounts for 31.83 per cent of total population concentrated in urban areas. The level of urbanization is a good indicator of level of development and also provides the base for analyzing the quality of life in spatial perspective. In this paper an attempt has been made to examine the levels of urbanization. The entire study is based on secondary data.Data is mainly derived from the District Census Handbook of Solapur and Socio economic Review and District Statistical Abstract of Solapur.Tehsil is selected as basic unit of study investigation.The year selected for study is 2001census year.Level of urbanization is calculated by using Z score value as well as on total percentage of urban population.
A STUDY OF INDIGENOUS CATTLE BREEDS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS IN SOLAPUR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA
S.S. Maske,B.R. Phule
Review of Research , 2012,
Abstract: Cattle are an important economic livestock species contributing greatly to the Indian economy. Solapur district is predominantly an agricultural district with about 70 percent of its population depends on income from agriculture. Animal husbandry is an adjunct to crop agriculture and cattle are kept for motive power for various farm operations, village transport, irrigation, production of manure and milk. The aim of present paper is to study the indigenous cattle breeds and their characteristics in Solapur district of Maharashtra. The entire investigation is based on secondary sources of data have been used obtained from various sources. That data is processed and presented in the form of tables and graphs. From this study khillar, gaolao, devani, gir, lal kandari and dangi indigenous cattle breeds in Solapur district.
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