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Dilip Jha . 11HS60016 . MHRM 2011-13

Challenges for sustainable agriculture in India

Submitted to: (Prof.)Bhagirath Behera sir
Challenges for Sustainable Agriculture in India

Submitted by: Dilip Jha (11HS60016)
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Dilip Jha . 11HS60016 . MHRM 2011-13 TABLE OF CONTENT

S.NO. 1. ABSTRACT 2. INTRODUCTION 3. DEFINATION 4. OBJECTIVE 5. INDICATOR & CRITERIA 6. IMPLICATION FOR RESEARCH 7. EXTERNALITIES AND MEASURNMENT SUSTAINABLITY 8. CHALLENGE FOR SUSTAIBABLE AGRICULTURE IN COMMENWEALTH 9. METHODOLOGY 10. BIG CHALLENGES 11. BIO DIVERSITY 12. CONCLUSION 13. REFERENCES

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Dilip Jha . 11HS60016 . MHRM 2011-13 1.0 ABSTRACT This paper proposes such a framework based on an identification of agricultural production systems at different levels and their linkages, assessments of production requirements and supplies over time, tradeoffs between production increases and the quality of the natural resource base, and the capabilities of knowledge and technologies to alter the balance of tradeoffs. The paper also identifies the challenges posed to the existing agricultural research in India in the transition towards sustainable agriculture. India’s National Agricultural Policy accords high priority to the sustainability of agriculture. ICAR and the State Agricultural Universities, which comprise the National Agricultural Research System (NARS), also emphasize the importance of incorporating the sustainability perspective into their research programmers. But this requires an analytical framework for sustainable agriculture that can guide a transition from research and education directed towards productivity goals to research that addresses productivity issues keeping sustainability concerns in sight. 2.0...