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AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE ON THE UTILIZATION OF THE GODAVARI WATERS AND RESOURCES


 The RoFR act recognizes the dwelling site, religious places, burial grounds, village council sites along with places of MFP, water resources, biodiverisity etc and also PVT tenures. As the implementation boils down to title deeds for house sites and lands under cultivation, SAKTI engaged the Chenchu youth to document their traditional knowledge in their idiom and dialect, in encouraging them to assert as inborn foresters, capable of managing these resources as envisaged in the Act.


"Since SAKTI activities are mostly issue based and covering a large area, here we concentrate on the forest-related programmes of SAKTI for the present study."


  

The Tribal Struggle for Property Rights

-Arun Kumar


SAKTI: Review Report by: Mukta Srivastava, Programme Officer, Oxfam GB in India - Hyderabad . DATE : 20-25 November 2002

 


RECONSTRUCTING A HISTORY OF LAND,

DISPOSSESSION OF ADIVASI LAND IN THE WEST GODAVARI DISTRICT OF A.P.

Bhukya Bhangya

Asst. Professor of History

Nizam College,

Osmania University,

Hyderabad

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CENSUS OF INDIA, 2001
DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK 
RECORD STRUCTURE: VILLAGE DIRECTORY
               
Sl. No.  Field Name Data Type Width Remarks Village particulars
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 ST_CODE Character 2 STATE CODE 28 28 28
2 DIST_CODE Character 2 DISTRICT CODE 14 14 14
3 THSIL_CODE Character 4 TAHSIL/TALUK CODE 0011 0011 0011
4 BLOCK_CODE Character 4 C.D. BLOCK CODE 0011 0011 0011
5 V_CT_CODE Character 8 VILLAGE CODE 01818400 01818700 01819300
6 VILL_NAME Character 40 VILLAGE NAME Bheemavaram Korumilli T Burugubanda
7 AREA Numeric 5 Area of Village  (in hectares) 29 134 70
        Population data based on 2001 Census      
8 T_HH Numeric 6 Number of Households 29 80 126
9 T_P Numeric 8 Total population- Persons 108 279 466
10 T_M Numeric 7 Total population- Males 51 131 228
11 T_F Numeric 7 Total population- Females 57 148 238
12 SC_P Numeric 7  Scheduled Castes population- Persons 0 0 0
13 SC_M Numeric 7  Scheduled Castes population- Males 0 0 0
14 SC_F Numeric 7  Scheduled Castes population- Females 0 0 0
15 ST_P Numeric 7  Scheduled Tribes population- Persons 108 270 431
16 ST_M Numeric 7  Scheduled Tribes population- Males 51 127 210
17 ST_F Numeric 7  Scheduled Tribes population- Females 57 143 221
        Amenities data      
18 EDU_FAC Numeric 1 Educational facilities (A/NA) 1 1 1
        If not available, range code is to be provided for primary school, middle school and collage 1 2 1
19 P_SCH Numeric 2 Number of Primary School 0 0 0
20 RANG_P_SCH Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
21 M_SCH Numeric 1 Number of Middle School 2 1 1
22 RANG_M_SCH Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
23 S_SCH Numeric 1 Number of Secondary School 0 0 0
24 S_S_SCH Numeric 1 Number of Senior Secondary School 0 0 0
25 COLLEGE Numeric 1 Number of Collage 2 3 2
26 RANG_COLL Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
27 IND_SCH Numeric 1 Number of Industrial School 0 0 0
28 TR_SCH Numeric 1 Number of Taining School 1 0 0
29 ADLT_LT_CT Numeric 1 Number of Adult literacy Class/Centre 0 1 0
30 OTH_SCH Numeric 1 Number  of Other educational facilities 1 1 1
31 MEDI_FAC Numeric 1 Medical facilities (A/NA) 0 0 0
        If not available, Range Code is to be provided for Allopathic hospital, Maternity and Child Welfare Centre and Primary Health Centre 3 3 2
32 ALL_HOSP Numeric 1 Number of Allopathic Hospital 0 0 0
33 RANG_ALL Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
34 AYU_HOSP Numeric 1 Number of Ayurvedic Hospital 0 0 0
35 UN_HOSP Numeric 1 Number of Unani Hospital 0 0 0
36 HOM_HOSP Numeric 1 Number of Homeopathic Hospital 0 0 0
37 ALL_DISP Numeric 1 Number of Allopathic Dispensary 0 0 0
38 AYU_DISP Numeric 1 Number of Ayurvedic Dispensary 0 0 0
39 UN_DISP Numeric 1 Number of Unani Dispensary 0 0 0
40 HOM_DISP Numeric 1 Number of Homeopathic Dispensary 2 3 2
41 MCW_CNTR Numeric 1 Number of Maternity and Child Welfare Centre 0 0 0
42 RANG_MCW Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
43 M_HOME Numeric 1 Number of Maternity Home 0 0 0
44 CWC Numeric 1 Number of Child Welfare Centre 0 0 0
45 H_CNTR Numeric 1 Number of Health Centre 3 3 2
46 PH_CNTR Numeric 1 Number of Primary Health Centre 0 0 0
47 RANG_PHC Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
48 PHS_CNT Numeric 1 Number of Primary Health Sub Centre 0 0 0
49 FWC_CNTR Numeric 1 Number of Family Welfare Centre 0 0 0
50 TB_CLN Numeric 1 Number of T.B. Clinic 0 0 0
51 N_HOME Numeric 1 Number of Nursing Home 0 0 0
52 RMP Numeric 2 Number of Registered Private Medical Practiotioners 0 0 0
53 SMP Numeric 2 Number of Subsidised Medical Practitioners 1 1 1
54 CHW Numeric 2 Number of Community Health workers 1 1 1
55 OTH_CNTR Numeric 1 Number of Other medical facilities 0 0 0
56 DRNK_WAT_F Numeric 1 Drinking Water facility (A/NA) 2 0 2
57 RANG_WAT_F Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 2 0 1
58 TAP Numeric 1 Tap Water (T) 2 0 2
59 WELL Numeric 1 Well Water (W) 2 0 2
60 TANK Numeric 1 Tank Water (TK) 1 1 1
61 TUBEWELL Numeric 1 Tubewell Water (TW) 2 0 2
62 HANDPUMP Numeric 1 Handpumb (HP) 2 0 2
63 RIVER Numeric 1 River Water(R) 2 0 2
64 CANAL Numeric 1 Canal (C) 2 0 2
65 LAKE Numeric 1 Lake (L) 2 0 2
66 SPRING Numeric 1 Spring (S)      
67 OTHER Numeric 1 Other drinking water sources (O) 0 0 0
68 SOU_SUMM Character 2 Source of Drinking Water during Summer (indicate code from above)      
69 RANG_SS Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 1 1 1
70 SS_CODE Character 2 Source code from above as applicable 0 0 1
71 P_T_FAC Numeric 1 Post, Telegraph and Telephone facilities (A/NA), if available 1 1 0
72 POST_OFF Numeric 1 Number of Post Office 0 0 0
73 RANG_PO Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
74 TELE_OFF Numeric 1 Number of Telegraph Office 1 1 1
75 POST_TELE Numeric 1 Number of Post and Telegraph Office 0 0 0
76 PHONE Numeric 3 Number of Telephone connections 2 2 2
77 RANG_PHONE Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 2 2 2
78 COMM_FAC Numeric 1 Communication (Y/N) 1 1 1
79 BS_FAC Numeric 1 Bus services  2 2 2
80 RANG_BS Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
81 RS_FAC Numeric 1 Railways services   2 2 2
82 RANG_RS Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
83 NW_FAC Numeric 1 Navigable water way including River, Canal etc. 2 2 2
84 RANG_NW Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
85 BANK_FAC Numeric 1 Banking facility (Y/N) 2 3 2
86 COMM_BANK Numeric 1 Number of Commercial Bank 0 0 0
87 RANG_COMM Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 2
88 COOP_BANK Numeric 1 Number of Co-operative Commercial Bank 2 2 2
89 RANG_COOP Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
90 CRSOC_FAC Numeric 1 Credit Societies (Y/N) 3 3 3
91 AC_SOC Numeric 1 Number of Agricultural Credit Societies 0 0 0
92 RANG_ACS Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
93 NAC_SOC Numeric 1 Number of Non Agricultural Credit Societies 0 0 0
94 RANG_NAC Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
95 OTHER_SOC Numeric 1 Number of Other Credit Societies 2 2 2
96 RANG_OTH Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 0 0 0
97 RC_FAC Numeric 1 Recreational and Cultural facilities (Y/N) 2 3 2
98 C_V_HALL Numeric 1 Number of Cinema/Video-hall 0 0 0
99 RANG_CV Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
100 SP_CL_FAC Numeric 1 Number of Sports Club 0 0 0
101 RANG_SPCL Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 3 3 3
102 ST_AU_FAC Numeric 1 Number of Stadium/Auditorium 1 2 2
103 RANG_STAU Numeric 1 If not available, Provide the Range Code 2 1 1
        Approach to Village (Y/N) 2 2 2
104 APP_PR Numeric 1 Approach - Paved Road 2 2 2
105 APP_MR Numeric 1 Approach - Mud Road 2 2 2
106 APP_FP Numeric 1 Approach - Foot Path 2 2 2
107 APP_NAVRIV Numeric 1 Approach - Navigable River      
108 APP_NAVCAN Numeric 1 Approach - Navigable Canal      
109 APP_NW Numeric 1 Approach - Navigable water-way other than river or canal      
110 NEAR_TOWN Character 15 Nearest Town RAJAHMUNDRY RAJAHMUNDRY RAJAHMUNDRY
111 DIST_TOWN Numeric 3 Distance from the nearest Town (in Kilometer(s)) 63 65 60
112 POWER_SUPL Numeric 1 Power supply (A/NA) 1 1 1
113 POWER_DOM Numeric 1 Electricity for Domestic use 0 0 0
114 POWER_AGR Numeric 1 Electricity of Agricultural use 0 0 0
115 POWER_OTH Numeric 1 Electricity of other purposes 0 0 0
116 POWER_ALL Numeric 1 Electricity for all purposes 1 1 1
117 PAP_MAG Numeric 1 News paper/Magazine (Y/N) 2 2 2
118 NEWS_PAP Character 1 News Paper (Indicate N, if arrived)      
119 MAGAZINE Character 1 Magazine (indicate M, if arrived)      
        Income and Expenditure of the village ( in Rs.'  00) 2 2 2
120 A_INCEXP Numeric 1 Separate figures available (Y/N), if Yes: 0 0 0
121 TOT_INC Numeric 10 Total Income 0 0 0
122 TOT_EXP Numeric 10 Total Expenditure      
        Most Important Commodities manufactured      
123 MAN_COMM1 Character 15 Manufactured Item No. 1      
124 MAN_COMM2 Character 15 Manufactured Item No. 2 0 0 0
125 MAN_COMM3 Character 15 Manufactured Item No. 3      
        Land use i.e. area under different types (rounded upto two decimal places ) in hectares      
126 LAND_FORES Numeric 9.2 Forest      
        Irrigated (by source)      
127 CANAL_GOVT Numeric 9.2 Government Canal 0 0 0
128 CANAL_PVT Numeric 9.2 Private Canal 0 0 0
129 WELL_WO_EL Numeric 9.2 Well (without electricity) 0 0 0
130 WELL_W_EL Numeric 9.2 Well (with electricity) 0 0 0
131 TW_WO_EL Numeric 9.2 Tube-well (without electricity) 0 0 0
132 TW_W_EL Numeric 9.2 Tube-well (with electricity) 0 0 0
133 TANK_IRR Numeric 9.2 Tank 0 0 0
134 RIVER_IRR Numeric 9.2 River 0 0 0
135 LAKE_IRR Numeric 9.2 Lake 0 0 0
136 W_FALL Numeric 9.2 Waterfall 0 0 0
137 OTH_IRR Numeric 9.2 Others 0 0 40.47
138 TOT_IRR Numeric 9.2 Total Irrigated Area 0 0 40.47
139 UN_IRR Numeric 9.2 Unirrigated Area 2.64 106.03 9.48
140 CULT_WASTE Numeric 9.2 Culturable waste (including gauchar and groves) 15.63 12.68 6.72
141 AREA_NA_CU Numeric 9.2 Area not available for cultivation 10.73 15.29 13.33
               
        (Y/N) = YES/NO (A/NA) = AVAILABLE/NOT AVAILALBLE      
  Codes used for --(Y/N) or (A/NA) are--      
        VALUE IS : 1- FOR YES OR AVAILABLE,  AND      
                          2- FOR NO OR NOT AVAILABLE      
                          0- For Nil information/Not available      
               
  Codes used for giving distance by ranges where amenites are not available are--      
        RANGE CODE 1 FOR < 5 Kms      
        RANGE CODE 2 FOR  5 TO 10 Kms      
        RANGE CODE 3 FOR > 10 Kms      
               
  Note:  In case the village  is having electricity for all purposes, code  '1' is given in column number 116  and  code '0'  is used in column number 113, 114 & 115 i.e.-- for 'Power domestic', 'Power agricultural' and 'Power for other purposes' instead of code '1'.       
   

 

W.P. No. 5515/87 M.P.No.7398/87 Date:May 1987

W.P. No. 6175/87 M.P.No.8273/87 Date:May 1987

 "Managing Director Godavari plywoods ltd. Rampachodavaram E.G.Dt. be and hereby is directed not to cut any mango trees, jamun and jack trees and cutting the forests of Maredumilli mandal, E.G.Dt."

 Only matured or dying trees were to be felled. Jeelugu (Caryota urens) palm, trees yielding minor forest produce like tamarind or cane brakes, creepers were not to be touched. A gap of 20 meters from a stream.)         --Times of India, April 30, 1991.

 

The candidate has chosen a topical subject, very relevant to our thinking on culture, cognition and language. He has red widely and is familiar with the literature that matters. His linguistic and anthropological reasoning is sound. His language is clear and simple.

...evidence of the investigator's ability as a linguist by special training and as a linguistic anthropologist by self - cultivated interest.

Prof. A.Munirathnam Reddy, Head, Department of Social Anthropology,S.V.University, Tirupati - 517502

 

Enabling the Community to Gain Command Over the Administrative Process is Empowerment.

 

"Today the development is manaement without governance and governanace is without proper participation."

 

 

A.P.Cabinet Sub - Committee Report on Left Wing Extrremists. - P.Sivaramakrishna.

The only information the government or media always compile carefully is on Naxalite encounters, never the violations of the instruments of rule of law such as minimum wages, fifth schedule, mismanagement of forests, equity in the distribution of welfare benefits, displacement, fragmentation of Socio-economic entities etc. 

        

INDIRA SAGAR (POLAVARAM) CENTRAL EMPOWERED COMMITTEE ORDER

if the R & R is found to be lagging with reference to the fixed bench marks, the construction should accordingly be deferred / stopped;

FORESTS ARE RESERVOIRS OF WATER AND LUNGS OF OUR ENVIRONMENTS.

SAVE THEM FROM MINING AND DESTRUCTION.

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