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The Green Revolution
Effects of the Green Revolution on Rural, Small-Scale Farmers and Relevant Case Studies | HNRS
She anchors the Tamil Nadu Initiative and is responsible for monitoring, implementation, partnership building and overall grant management. He is having more than 10 years of experience in the field of Agriculture and Rural Upliftment. Mr Brar is working as Sr. Harmandeep Singh Sran holds professional degree in M. Soils from Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana with having more than 8 years of experience. Kanwaljeet Singh holds a professional degree in M. He has been managing Agriculture projects in Bathinda district Punjab.
Green Revolution in India
Indian states like Punjab and Haryana, epicenters of the Green Revolution, are facing severe groundwater shortages and falling water tables. Recognizing it as a serious concern, the Government of Punjab enacted the Punjab Preservation of Subsoil Water Act in or the act to slow groundwater depletion. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of this policy on groundwater depletion, using panel data from to Results from this study find a robust effect of the act on reducing groundwater depletion. Our models for pre-monsoon, post-monsoon, and overall periods of analysis find that since implementation of the act, groundwater tables have improved significantly.
The Green Revolution is a general term used to describe all the improvements made in agriculture in LEDCs from the s to the late s. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.