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Groundwater Quality of Open Wells and Tube Wells around Amalner Town of Jalgaon District, Maharashtra, India  [cached]
V. T. Patil,P. R. Patil
Journal of Chemistry , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/676213
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THE COOPERATIVE SUGAR INDUSTRY IN MAHARASHTRA
THORAT PURUSHOTTAM DHANRAJ,DHARANE S. R
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The history of cooperatives in India is more than a hundred years old. Maharashtra sugar industry is one of the most large-scale sugar manufacturing sectors in the country. The pace of the growth of sugar manufacturing has been massive over the past few years. The latest statistics of sugar production in Maharashtra indicates that this state this state this doing better than the other states in the country
Some Aspects of Groundwater Quality in Najran Town, Kigdom of Saudi Arabia
Abdelatif Mokhtar Ahmed, Abdullah Al Alwadie, Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahin
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1101833
Abstract: This paper aims to determine the groundwater quality at Najran town and nearby villages, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Physical and chemical analyses have been carried out for seven groundwater samples collected from Najran area. This study indicates that the groundwater quality in the study area is fit for human purposes except at few localities which contain high amounts of total dissolved solids (TDS) and electrical conductivity (EC) above the permissible limits of the World Health Organization standards. The groundwater is also fit for irrigation purpose and agricultural use.
Ground Water Fluctuations In The Kanola Watershed Basin Of Karmala Tahsil, Solapur District, Maharashtra  [PDF]
Pandurang Y. Patil,Praveen Saptarshi
Golden Research Thoughts , 2013, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Water level fluctuations and depletion of the groundwater are the major problem in the drought prone area. Just deepening of well with heavy capital investment is not a proper solution. The problem is aggravated especially in the summer season. It has direct bearing on food security and poverty. The present study has attempted to understand fluctuations in the ground water levels in a Kanola watershed basin in the drought affected areas of Maharashtra state. The study concludes that it is necessary to undertake watershed development programmes in the basin taking into account specific site factors to ensure groundwater availability for longer period in a year.
GROUND WATER FLUCTUATIONS IN THE KANOLA WATERSHED BASIN OF KARMALA TAHSIL, SOLAPUR DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA  [PDF]
PANDURANG Y. PATIL,PRAVEEN SAPTARSHI
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Water level fluctuations and depletion of the groundwater are the major problem in the drought prone area. Just deepening of well with heavy capital investment is not a proper solution. The problem is aggravated especially in the summer season. It has direct bearing on food security and poverty. The present study has attempted to understand fluctuations in the ground water levels in a Kanola watershed basin in the drought affected areas of Maharashtra state. The study concludes that it is necessary to undertake watershed development programmes in the basin taking into account specific site factors to ensure groundwater availability for longer period in a year.
Geographical Perspectives On Marine Fisheries In Maharashtra
Arvind Dalavi,B.R.Phule
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Fishing and hunting are age old occupations which date back to pre-historic period .Egyptians were the first to start fish culture somewhere in 2500 B.C. followed by Chinese in 2000 B.C. Fish culture in tanks had been started in India since 350 B.C. Fishing is one of the traditional activities of Maharashtra which bestowed with 720 km coastline. Since 1950 nature of this traditional activity has rapidly changed in to commercial activity.
The genus Xylaria from Maharashtra, India  [cached]
A.S. KSHIRSAGAR, S.M. RHATWAL and R.V. GANDHE*
Indian Phytopathology , 2011,
Abstract: The present paper deals with the ten species of Xylaria collected from Mulashi forest, Western Ghats of Maharashtra, India. These include six new records from India. These are Xylaria beccari, X. cf. brevipes, X. oligotoma, X. schweinitzii, X. scruposa, X. feejeensis (= X. sp. aff. feejeensis). Although some of these species have been previously recorded, present collections showed remarkable morphological differences to the previously described ones.
Industrial Development Imbalances In Maharashtra: A Geographical Analysis
Ananadrao S. Patil
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: Geographers are also involved in discussing the development economics, with view of spatial variation. No region can self sufficient, self reliance, thus there is not uniform economic development within the region. Maharashtra is the leading industrialized State in India. Most of the industries in it located in the Mumbai – Pune – Kolhapur Industrial belt and in Thane and Nasik. Development of horticulture in several districts of Western Maharashtra had added a sizeable class of prosperous farmers who produce sugarcane, fruits and vegetables. Thus the Western Maharashtra transformed into a prosperous agro – industrial region. Vidharbha and Marathwada have little industrially developed. Nagpur is the only industrially developed agglomeration. Natural resources found in Chandrapur, Bhandara helps to develop Eastern Maharashtra. These regions are still remaining under developed because of the State Policy. There is not any kind of equilibrium in the State. It is with task that this research work is concerned.
Medical education in Maharashtra: The student perspective  [cached]
Hira R,Gupta A,Salvi V,Ross M
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: Background: There is hardly any structured study reporting the perspective of medical students, with regard to the medical education system in Maharashtra, which is facing challenges. Aim: A perception study of students was conducted to explore the situation, challenges, and consequent solutions of medical education in Maharashtra. Settings and Design: A descriptive perception study. Materials and Methods: A structured questionnaire was e-mailed to 92 students, and interviews with seven key-informants comprising of faculty, administrators, and policy makers were conducted, to gather qualitative insights. Results: Thirty-seven student replies were received and analyzed. The satisfaction level of student respondents for various factors was as follows: infrastructure 18/37 (48.6%), quality of teaching 14/37 (37.8%), patient population 22/37 (59.5%), and administration 8/37 (21.6%). Ninety-two percent (34/37) of the students stated that the fundamental problem was the inability of the system to attract good, quality teachers. The reasons stated were low salaries, low level of job satisfaction, high level of bureaucracy, and high work load. Conclusions: The medical education system in Maharashtra is viewed as being stagnant. The respondents emphasized an urgent need for educational reforms, which should include better compensation for teachers, sharing of facilities between government and private medical colleges, and improved efficiency of the Medical Council of India. In the long run a public-private mix with sharing of resources may be a plausible solution.
VAT & ITS IMPACT ON PROFITABILITY OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN MAHARASHTRA
Dr. M S Deshmukh.
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Maharashtra is one of the 21 states which have introduced the Value Added Tax (VAT) system of taxation from 1st April 2005. With introduction of VAT, we have moved to a globally recognized sales taxation system that has been adopted by more than 150 countries. The design of Maharashtra state VAT is guided by the best international practices with regard to legal frame work as well as operating producers. VAT is collected at each stage in the chain when value is added to goods.
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