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Some aspects of operational land holdings in India, 2002-03
by National Sample Survey Organisation, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, Govt. of India in New Delhi
Written in English
Chiefly statistical tables.
|Other titles||Bhārata meṃ svakarshita bhū-jota ke kuch pahalu, 2002-03|
|Series||NSS report -- no. 492 (59/18.1/3)|
|Contributions||National Sample Survey Organisation.|
|LC Classifications||HD876 .S66 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2007388525|
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One of the major aspects of the land reforms in India has been the tenancy reform. Under the Zamindari and ryotwari systems, tenancy cultivation had been quite common in India. Tenancy cultivation may be done by small proprietors who find that they have an insufficient quantity of land or it may be carried on by landless labourers. According to the census, the number of women “cultivators” is about crores. Agricultural Census , on the other hand, captures female “operational holdings” at about crores, that is only % of rural women. Even the size of their land holdings is estimated to be half the size of men’s land holdings.
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NSS Report No. (59//3) Some Aspects of Operational Land Holdings in India, NSS 59th Round (January–December ) National Sample Survey Organisation.
Land Holding Classes in India, NSS 59th Round It also briefly traces the changing aspects of household operational holdings and their size distribution over the last four decades.
Appendix A gives the operated some land during the kharif season of • As many as 79% of rural households in (kharif season). Operational Land holdings in India, Salient features: Seasonal variations in the operation of land holdings in India: Household Ownership Holdings in India, Some Aspects of Operational Land Holdings in India, Seasonal Variation in the Operational Land.
However, even in the case of the Surveys of Land and Livestock Holdings, the gap remains substantial. For –92, the estimate of total operational holdings in the Land and Livestock survey accounted for about 93 per cent of net sown area.
This fell Some aspects of operational land holdings in India about 85 per cent in the –03 Survey of Land and Livestock Holdings. (iii) Report on Some Aspects of Household Ownership Landholdings (1); 48th Round, - 92, Report No.
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF LAND OWNERSHIP. In India, land has always been associated with social status and has historically remained in the control of certain social groups.
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InPunjab had the highest inequality in rural land ownership; the gini-coefficient wascompared to the Indian average of (The gini coefficient is a measure of inequality. This paper reviews the principal source of India’s wealth distribution statistics, which is constituted by the five decennial Reserve Bank of India National Sample Survey Organization Surveys on Debt and Investment of, and The data available are described, critically appraised, and analyzed to present some salient findings in terms of the levels of.
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Download: Download high-res image (KB). This dataset, inspite of its legitimacy, granularity and disaggregation, has a limitation of reporting operational land holdings, which are essenially management units of agriculture lands, thus.
After providing for periodic repeat surveys (at quinquennial or decennial intervals) of some important aspects (notably consumer expenditure, employment, social consumption, land holdings, rural. In non-land record states, % of operational holdings are selected from each size class for collection of detailed information.
If the size of the State is small, % of the operational holdings in all the villages are selected. IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF SOME OF THE PROPERTY RELATED LAWS Land is a subject falling within the powers of the State Governments under the Constitution of India 1 and hence, property laws in India may differ from State to State.
Besides the local laws, several laws enacted by the Central Government also govern. Avery important aspect of land reform is the conferment of ownership rights to tenants in respect of non-resumable land.
As a result of this measure, byonly around lakh tenants operating no more than 4 p.c. of the cultivated area have been benefited from this ownership rights or their rights have been protected on lakh. The land-reforms measures attempt to rationalize the agrarian structure and the land-man relationship.
A dynamic approach towards the reorganization of agricultural operations was essential for agro-progress. A number of legislative measures have been taken to facilitate land use and management. The consolidation of land-holdings Agricultural. decennially. The NSSO conducted its most recent L&LH survey in (59th round).
In these surveys, the NSSO deals with two kinds of land holding, household ownership holdings and household operational holdings. Household ownership holdings include all land owned or held in owner-like possession by households. Corruption in land governance is commonly defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain while carrying out the functions of land administration and land management.
When land investors target countries with weak governance, the risk of corruption is high. Likewise, corruption is more likely to occur when local elites are able to manipulate their country’s land.
Agriculture dividend stocks are equities of companies engaged in some aspect of agribusiness and which pay out regular dividends. Agribusiness includes farmers that. fragmented holdings in India since Independence. In some parts of north and north-west India these efforts were relatively successful.
There was significant public investment in agriculture during – To achieve the objective of self-sufficiency in food grains, there was massive investment particularly in.
Land ownership in India is presumptive. In India, land ownership is primarily established through a registered sale deed (a record of the property transaction between the buyer and seller). Other documents used to establish ownership include the record of rights (document with details of the property), property tax receipts, and survey documents.
Irrigation water rights, Water rights studies, Irrigation reports, Central subject files, property and land acquisition project files, and other records of the Branch of Land Operations, Land transaction files, ;land reports, ; and land use and development plans, Lease files, Read this article to learn about the meaning, objectives and strategies of rural development in India.
Meaning and Concept. Although policy makers and the development community have widely used the phrase “rural development”, what constitutes rural development seems to .trend of increased fragmentation of land holdings during that decade.
Additionally, the increase in Table 3: India’s Rural Land Distribution Millions /61 /72 /82 /92 /03 Total rural households Engaged in agriculture of which land holdings.