ROLE OF PROLETARIAT AT GRASS ROOT LEVEL IN ECO-HYDROLOGY MANAGEMENT - CASE STUDY OF SUBARNAREKHA RIVER BASIN IN JHARKHAND, ORISSA AND WEST BENGAL, INDIA
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 5444-5449
AbstractIn the conservation of water supplies and ecology, the capacity building of common people in understanding and forecasting the effects of hydrological and ecological changes is important. This paper incorporates the People's cooperation in Eco-Hydrology (EH) with the Government of Indian (GoI) agency in the territory of Jharkhand, Orissa, and West Bengal (WB), India. Improvement of correspondence organization, materials, and strategies in EH education and planning of surrounding natural areas of interest had been the principal centre of the proposed venture. This proposed venture is planned in a participatory way, at the person, just as at the authoritative level. At the individual level, ranchers, instructors, understudies, adolescents, and college personnel are associated with leading preparing workshops and carryout fieldworks to upgrade the mindfulness, information, and abilities. In view of the fluctuated agro-climatic conditions, biospheres, and Subarnarekha River basin of the state and for productive administration of the venture the entire river basin is to be partitioned into micro watershed corps (MWC) could be termed as the proletariat. In this paper, the coordinated methodology followed has been portrayed, and encounters and difficulties are explained. The overall contention is that effective science communication approaches have been crucial attributes in active sustainable development in the respect of local citizens and EH monitoring and conservation initiatives.
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