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Water intensivity of crops

Jatin Verma
Have appeared in UPSC CSE thrice. Have been taking Unacademy Plus courses Academics- Polity, Economics & Current Affairs.

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Sir, I can not find the course which you mentioned in this DNA towards the end about model 250 questions for GS paper 3. I would be really grateful to you if you post the link here or tell the exact name of the course. Thanking you.
Ankit Kumar
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https://unacademy.com/plus/course/gs-mains-paper-3-through-250-expected-questions-answers/XCPN8H10
sir please do continue dis series daily..its a sincere request from me😊😊😊😊😊ur videos are worth watching
sir please do continue dis series daily..its a sincere request from me😊😊😊😊😊ur videos are worth watching
sir plz translate the tough English word into hindi while reading the article n all
Thnku sir.... For Ur new series on YouTube..... That's more important.....
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  3. Page-1: U.K.not to ease rules for Indian students. at th . Britain's efforts to reform the visa application process for international students from a number of countries will not extend to India - a development that highlights recent strains in the bilateral relations between the two countries since Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to London earlier this year. Announcing a wider overhaul of the U.K. immigration regime, the British government said it would hebe expanding the list of countries from which students would be able to provide reduced documentation when applying for Tier 4 student visas to include China and other countries, including Bahrain, Indonesia, and the Maldives. However, India was not on the list. Immigration Minister said that this change demonstrates the continued focus on improving the U.K.'s offer to international students While India remains the third largest country for whom student visas were granted in 2017 - anu increase of 27% on the year before-the numbers remain sharply down on a longer term perspective. e an k h ent In 2010, over 60,000 visas were granted to students from India We welcome Indian students who want to come to the U.K. to study at our world-leading educational institutions. We issue more visas to students from India than any other country except China and the U.S ksa


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  5. Page-9 Nation: Time to shift focus from landWater Punjab produces only 0.22 kg of rice for every metre cube of irrigation to water productivity in farming, says NABARD. [GSM-3: Sustainable Agriculture] in some stales harkiand has . A report released by the National Bank for at th guzzlers water. Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, on the other hand, produce 0.75 kg and 0.68 kg of rice respectively for the same amount of water Low irrigation coverage results 0.8 E only 3% irrigation coverage 0.6 Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) says that Indian agriculture needs 0.4 IIIN to stop being "obsessed" with the land productivity and instead start worrying about water productivity Titled Water Productivity Mapping of Major Indian Crops, the report is part of a research project with ICRIER, mapping a water atlas for Given that Indian agriculture uses almost ten major crops-rice, wheat, maize, red gram or tur, chickpea or channa, sugarcane, cotton, are increasingly under stress, changing the groundnut, rapeseed-mustard and potato. These together occupy more than 60% of the increasing productivity per unit of water, country's gross cropped area e an k h ent Punjab KatakaA.P. Jakhand WB OdishaiM.P Telangana T.N UP, Haryana Gujarat Chhattisgarh Assam Maharashtra 80% of all the country's water resources, which objective of agriculture development to especially irrigation water, is crucial un that


  6. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE buat th The report says that the most stark differences between land and water productivity are seen in rice and sugarcane cultivation. . Punjab reports the highest land productivity for rice, producing four tonnes per hectare. However, it only produces 0.22 kg of rice for every meter cube of irrigation water. y hav phc. reve heJharkhand and Chhattisgarh, on the other hand, produce 0.75 and 0.68 kg for the same slay amount of water. . However, low irrigation coverage results in low land productivity in these States. For sugarcane, another water-guzzling crop, Tamil Nadu reports the highest land .Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh also have high rates of land productivity. Jharkhand has only 3% of its land under irrigation. productivity, producing 105 tonnes per hectare However, all four States in the water-stressed sub-tropical belt have an irrigation wate or us hink h causel erent i rk and productivity of less than 5 kg/m3. . In fact, an average of 40 rounds of irrigation are needed in Tamil Nadu. In the Gangetic Plain States of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, on the other hand, need five and eight rounds of irrigation respectively. ch


  7. want to be starting ganses, beiag anted to show the boss whatcE Recommendations made in the report: The report recommends that Cropping patterns be re-aligned to water availability, using both demand and supply side interventions With water and power subsidies skewing cropping patterns, it also recommends reform in these areas, with a shift from the price policy approach of heavily subsidising inputs to an income policy approach of directly giving money farmers on per hectare basis. Prices will then be determined by market forces. . 6 0 3 phc he


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