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The structure and content
There are three sections for this document.
II. Resource analysis
III. Development sectors
The cover page of the document can be like this:
BHARAT GYAN VIGYAN SAMITI
PANCHAYATH LEVEL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE
Now let us see the details to be included in each section.
Name, area, population of each village, important institutions available, name of the block, name of the taluk, name of the district
II. Resource Analysis:
Any development perspective should be based on the resources available in the area. Resources include natural resources like land, water, biomass (plants and trees), animal resources, human resources, financial resources etc. Here, we will mainly deal with climate, land, water, biomass,
animal resources and demographic details. Any other locally important resources can be considered as per requirement of the locality
1. Climate: A brief description on the normal climate of the region, Details of rainfall and temperature for the last few years, incidents of cyclones or any such abnormal climatic events, different seasons in the region etc.
2. Land: A brief geographical description, type of soil, total area, total area under cultivation, nun cultivated area, available minerals and their utilization status etc.
3. Water: Main sources of water in the panchayath area like rainfall, rivers, canals, tanks, open wells, tube wells and other sources. Brief description on each source may be given.
I. Development Sectors:
The third part on development sectors is divided into five sub-sections:
Let us discuss the details of each section.
1) Area cultivated, area not cultivated, irrigated area, major crops, area under each crop, production and productivity of each crop (Productivity is total production within a unit area e.g., production per hectare or acre), agricultural implements used in the locality, irrigation facilities available, type of fertilizers used, pesticide consumption, marketing facilities, present wages etc.
2) Problems identified through various discussions and enquiries and studies.
3) Solutions came out of the studies, discussions, gram sabha meetings etc.