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Research & Extension

  1. Introduction
    With the objective of increasing productivity from the forest areas and non forest areas ie., community and farm lands, the state has created necessary infrastructure and facilities for the development of research and extension service centres in major agro-climatic zone, coupled with staff training.

    The Research & Extension wing of the Madhya Pradesh Forest Department has been entrusted the job of,
      • Production of superior quality of seed of forestry species
      • Development of seed production areas
      • Seedling and clonal seed orchards.

    Research & Extension centres have developed several demonstration plots of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus cameldulensis), Khamar (Gmelina arborea), Sissoo (Dalbergia sissoo) etc., along with clonal plantations of high economic value, seed plots of grasses and legumes, hi-tech root trainer nurseries etc.

    It has provided a base for improved forestry extension services, tree seed improvement programmes, demonstration nurseries and adaptive research trials.

  2. STATE FOREST RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SFRI) , JABALPUR

    It is an autonomous organisation under M.P.Forest Department.The autonomy was conferred in 1994. The organisation is engaged in :
      • Conducting applied research in the field of forestry.
      • Rendering assistance to M.P.Forest Department in solving technological problems.
      • Germplasm collection, sustainable use and conservation of medicinal and aromatic plants.
      • Development and implementation of tissue culture techniques.
      • Development of practical, cost-saving techniques of reclamation of mined out areas.
  1. RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTRES

In order to increase productivity of natural forests and facilitate afforestation on private and community lands to bridge the demand supply gap of produces, the Forest Department has established Forestry Research and Extension Circles (R&E Circles) in eleven Agro-climatic zones of the state.  These Circles are located at Bhopal, Jabapur, Rewa, Gwalior, Sagar, Indore, Khandwa, Jhabua, Ratlam, Seoni and Betul and headed by Conservator of Forests.

These circles provide a focus on extension programmes, production and supply of superior quality seedlings,seed improvement programmes, demonstration nurseries, demonstrations of new technologies, training farmers and applied research.

 
Infra-structure for clonal multiplication e.g. mist chambers, poly propagators, clonal multiplication area have been developed at these E&R centres. The centres also provide facilities for training of MPFD staff in extension methodology.

Under these R&E Circles, 22 R&E Centres / Sub-centre have been established in 22 different districts out of 48 districts in the state.


Plantation using tissue culture

The location and coverage of Extension & Research Centres are given below :

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S.no.

Research & Extension Circle

Name of the District included in Circle

Name

Headquarter

1.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Bhopal

Bhopal

(1)   Bhopal

(2)   Raisen

(3)   Sehore

(4)   Rajgarh

(5)   Vidisha

2.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Betul

Betul

(6)   Betul

(7)   Hoshangabad

(8)   Harda

3.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Gwalior

Gwalior

(9)   Gwalior

(10)  Datia

(11)  Morena

(12)  Bhind

(13)  Shivpuri

(14)  Guna

(15)  Sheopur

4.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Indore

Indore

(16)  Indore

(17)  Dewas

5.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Jhabua

Jhabua

(18)  Jhabua

(19)  Dhar

6.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Khandwa

Khandwa

(20)  Khandwa

(21)  Badwani

(22)  Khargon

7.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Jabalpur

Jabalpur

(23)  Jabalpur

(24)  Katni

(25)  Mandla

(26)  Dindori

8.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Ratlam

Ratlam

(27)  Ratlam

(28)  Mandsor

(29)  Ujjain

(30)  Shajapur

(31)  Neemach

9.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Seoni

Seoni

(32)  Seoni

(33)  Narsinghpur

(34)  Chhindwara

(35)  Balaghat

10.

Conservator of Forests, Research and Extension, Sagar

Sagar

(36)  Sagar

(37)  Damoh

(38)  Chhatarpur

(39)  Tikamgarh

(40)  Panna

 

 

11.

Conservator of Forests,Research and Extension, Rewa

Rewa

(41)  Rewa

(42)  Satna

(43)  Sidhi

(44)  Shahdol

(45)  Umaria

 

The important activities of these centres are :

 

·        Provide superior quality plants of Eucalyptus (E. cameldulensis), Aonla (Emblica officinalis), Teak (Tectona grandis), Khamar (Gmelina arborea), Bamboo (Dendrocalamus strictus) & other species to Departmental Plantations, Individuals and Organizations interested in plantations and environmental preservation.

·        About 2 crores of hi-tech plants were prepared in these nurseries every year. These plants were used in Departmental plantations as well as supplied to Organisations and individuals on demand.

·        A high-tech nursery run by a revolving fund has been established at each R&E Circle.  The amount accrued to the revolving fund through sale of the plants is reinvested in production of nursery plants. These nurseries are being run on a no profit-no loss basis.  The planting stock developed in these nurseries, apart from utilization in plantations is sold to the public.

·        These nurseries equipped with advanced technologies and modern equipment including clonal multiplication area, mist chamber, poly house, compost shade etc. Root trainer plants of grafted Emblica, Eucalyptus, Teak, Bamboo, Gmelina and medicinal plants are being raised in these nurseries. 

·        Provide technical advice to individuals, JFM committees, village communities and the Forest Department.

Vegetative propagation of bamboo
 

·        Demonstrate modern nursery techniques, clonal multiplication of tree species, collection and preservation of germplasm, popularisation of root-trainers.

·        To establish demonstration plots of various packages involving superior planting material, manures & fertilisers, irrigation, bio-fertilizers, mycorrhiza etc. have been established.

·        To organise regular training programmes on nursery, seeds, vegetative propagation, wormi compost making etc., are being arranged for field staff, farmers and members of JFM Committees.

·        To promote forestry in non-forest areas through rural folk, small, marginal & elite farmers, NGO's, people's action group, rural youths, JFM Committees, Panchayat members, user groups, people's representatives of village, block, district and state levels, forest personnel, extension workers and forest based industries.

With a view to improve the quality of planting stock, the spread of Seed production area (SPAs) and seed orchards under various Extension & Research Centres is given below -    

(Area in ha)

Research & Extension Centre
Seed Production Area
Seedling Seed Orchard Clonal Seed Orchard PSPA Demonstration plots
  Teak Other Species Total        
Bhopal 120.0 -- 120.0 60.0 45.0 25 6
Indore 85.0 -- 85.0 25.0 25.0 30 10
Jabalpur 188.0 -- 188.0 40.0 80.0 20 8
Gwalior 20.0 176.50 196.50 56.0 16.0 30 6
Jhabua -- -- -- 22.0 18.50 10 7
Khandwa 102.0 30.0 132.0 32.0 41.0 22 7
Sagar 130.0 -- 130.0 65.0 30.0 25.0 10.0
Seoni 100.0 -- 100.0 52.0 25.0 25.0 10.0
Rewa 20.0 -- 20.0 47.0 40.0 25.0 6.0
Betul 395.0 -- 395.0 65.0 35.0 20.0 10.0
Ratlam -- -- -- 30.0 --- 30.0 8.0
Total 1160.0 206.50 1366.50 494.0 365.50 262.0 90.0

 

  1. EXTENSION :

    The State has undertaken forestry extension programmes with focus on farm and community forestry. Forty priority Forest Divisions have been selected on the basis of proximity to markets for farm and community forest products, the amount of irrigated land, population density, and the success of previous social forestry programmes. Facilities have been developed for production of extension materials and equipment, farmer training, demonstrations. The forest officials are being trained in extension techniques. Large scale trainings have been organised for farmers to sensitise them for adopting farm forestry.

  2. TREE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME - Teak Seed Production Area

    The State has launched a programme to improve the quality of seeds used in various forestry activities through the identification of superior mother trees, collection of seed, the development of Seedling Seed Production Areas, and the development and operation of Clonal Seed Orchards with supporting polyprop houses/ mist chambers, for a number of commercially important species. Facilities have been developed for drying, processing, and storage of seeds. Basic facilities have been provided at each E & R centre. A cold storage and seed testing laboratory has been constructed at SFRI. As the basis for improvement of exotic species, import of high quality germplasm has been planned, the staff has been trained in seed technology and tree improvement. Short term international technical assistance for the development of seed testing facilities have been created at SFRI.

  3. DEMONSTRATION NURSERY :

    A root trainer nursery has been developed in each E& R Centre, that demonstrates modern nursery techniques. These nurseries act as models for private sector nurseries of  capacity between 10,000 and 100,000 seedlings.


      A Root Trainer Nursery

    • PLANTATION UNDER SARDAR SAROVAR SCHEME :

                  With the financial assistance of NVDA, M.P., a scheme of Bund planting, Tree cultivation and Community plantation has been statrted in 185 villages which are within 5 km. radius  of submergence area of Dhar,  Jhabua & Khargon districts. This scheme is to be implemented during the year 2004-05 and 2005-06 with the total cost of Rs. 5.60 crore with a target of planting  50% fruit bearing trees and 50% forestry trees. The field work is in progress. Participation of the beneficiaries and the community has been ensured by making provision for protection by them in lieu of payment of protection money.

    • PRODUCTION OF BIO-DIESEL SEEDS OF JATROPHA CURCAS (RATANJOT) IN M.P. :

                  The cultivation of Ratanjot will cause soil water conservation, which will enhance the productivity of the area.  The scheme of Ratanjot plantation will create a large scale rural tribal employment as well as the production of bio-diesel will save foreign exchange to a great extent.  Thus this eco friendly innovative scheme will be advantageous in primary sector as well as tertiary sector of the economy of Madhya Pradesh.   Ratanjot plantations are raised at the periphery of our forest plantations as well as on the farm bunds of the farmers.   The villagers collect the seeds of  Ratanjot and extract the oil as well as market the seeds of the Ratanjot.  Madhya Pradesh is having well established technology as well as acceptability in rural areas.  Climatically  Ratanjot  is suitable for Madhya Pradesh.  Large scale waste lands will be afforested  by these plantations.

       

    •  Extent of degraded forest land :      

                            Madhya Pradesh is the second largest State of the country having a geographical area of  3,08,245 Sq km. which constitutes 9.4 % of the Country's geographical area. The human population of the State is 60.39 million (5.9% of the country's population) of which 73.3% is rural and 26.7 is urban. The average population density is 196 persons per sq km., while tribal population constitutes 19.9 % of the States population. The State rank first amongst all the States / Union territories in respect of  recorded forest area as well as area under forest cover. The details of recorded forest area and forest cover is as follows-

    Recorded Forest Area

    Reserved Forest (RF)

    58,734 km2

    Protected Forest (PF)

    35,587 km2

    Unclassed Forest  (UF)

    900 km2

    Total

    95,221 km2

    of  State's Geographical Area

    30.9%

    of Country's Forest Area

    12.4%

     

    Forest Cover Area

    Dense Forest

    44,384 km2

    Open  Forest (PF)

    32,881 km2

    Total

    77,265 km2

    of  State's Geographical Area

    25.1%

    of Country's Forest Area

    11.4%

     

    The extent of open forest is about 32,881 Sq. Km. as per the Status of Forest   Report, 2001 of Forest Survey of India. 

     

    6.1     Area made available for Jatropha cultivation :

                About 25,000 sq.km. of this open forest area can be made available for Jatropha Cultivation. But the net area would be much less than 25,000 sq.km., since block plantation of Jatropha is not possible under the provisions of Forest Conservation Act, 1980. The net area can be around 8000-10000 sq. km.

    (a)     Irrigated area (with regular source of water) : Around 3,00,000 ha.

    (b)     Unirrigated area (with provision for critical irrigation) : 7,00,000 ha.

     

    District-wise details of open forest area available for Jatropha plantation                                                                                                     (Area in Km2)

     

    Sr. No.

    District

    Geographical area

    Recorded Forest area

    Forest Cover

    Dense

    Open

    Total

    1

    Balaghat

    9229

    4051.840

    3977

    900

    4877

    2

    Betul

    10043

    3939.120

    2957

    677

    3634

    3

    Bhopal

    2772

    429.940

    2004

    188

    392

    4

    Sehore

    6578

    1730.790

    739

    698

    1437

    5

    Raisen

    8466

    3353.090

    1589

    1107

    2696

    6

    Rajgarh

    6153

    284.240

    197

    71

    268

    7

    Vidisha

    7371

    1166.610

    437

    441

    878

    8

    Chindwara

    11815

    4336.290

    2681

    1864

    4545

    9

    Bhind

    4459

    91.450

    23

    73

    96

    10

    Indore

    3898

    851.910

    253

    237

    490

    11

    Dhar

    8153

    1369.910

    162

    469

    631

    12

    Dewas

    7020

    2500.390

    1157

    560

    1717

    13

    Jhabua

    6782

    1882.240

    249

    601

    850

    14

    Khandwa

    10776

    4677.240

    2394

    1122

    3516

    15

    Riwa

    6314

    1051.900

    283

    360

    643

    16

    Satna

    7502

    2230.160

    666

    998

    1664

    17

    Sidhi

    10526

    4373.490

    2470

    1624

    4094

    18

    Sagar

    10252

    2763.110

    1292

    1525

    2817

    19

    Damoh

    7306

    3046.780

    831

    1895

    2726

    20

    Chhatarpur

    8687

    1993.180

    971

    723

    1694

    21

    Tikamgarh

    5048

    773.050

    127

    227

    354

    22

    Panna

    7135

    4012.040

    905

    1817

    2722

    23

    Narsinghpur

    5133

    1240.980

    812

    500

    1312

    24

    Seoni

    8758

    2841.370

    2237

    910

    3147

    25

    Shivpuri

    10277

    3249.180

    1054

    1492

    2546

    26

    Guna

    11064

    4252.640

    867

    1346

    2213

    27

    Ujjain

    6091

    103.960

    32

    5

    37

    28

    Ratlam

    4861

    1181.180

    7

    177

    184

    29

    Shajapur

    6195

    57.730

    148

    2

    150

    30

    Gwalior

    4560

    1396.890

    500

    840

    1340

    31

    Datia

    2691

    267.390

    90

    76

    166

    32

    Mandsour

    5535

    -

    87

    175

    262

    33

    Neemach

    4256 

     -

    298

    601

    899

    34

    Jabalpur

    5211

    2189.550

    661

    411

    1072

    35

    Katni

    4950

     -

    611

    545

    1156

    36

    Mandla

    5800

    6666.090

    1990

    779

    2769

    37

    Dindori

    7470

    -

    2284

    596

     2880

    38

    Morena

    4989

    4898.860

    228

    646

    874

    39

    Sheopurkala

    6606

    -

    2070

    1679

    3749

    40

    Hoshangabad

    6707

    3402.190

    1969

    359

    2328

    41

    Harda

     3330

     -

    908

    149

    1057

    42

    Khargoan

    8030

    4830.040

    541

    545

    1086

    43

    Badwani

    5422

     -

    315

    626

    941

    44

    Shahdol

    9952

    5492.960

    1005

    1521

    2526

    45

    Umaria

     4076

     -

    1100

    699

    1799

    Total

    308245

    95222.14

    44384

    32881

    77265

    6.2       Jatropha Planting Technique :

                The Jatropha plantation can be provided irrigation from the natural streams of the area but Malwa, Bundelkhand, Baghelkhand & Nimar regions of the State are having scanty precipitation and it may prove difficult exercise. If Jatropha plants are planted with the on-set of moonsoon that irrigation is not required for survival of Jatropha plants, since this species is xerophytic in nature.

     

    6.3      The quantum of Jatropha seed material requirements for planting in the identified areas :

     

    Seed material

    Source

    Variety

    Numbers

    Unit cost (Rs.)

    1. Seed

    Available in plenty from local seed suppliers.

     Not certified

     

    Seeds are available 20-40 tonnes range.

    The seeds cost Rs. 6/- per kg. to Rs. 30/- per kg. depending on the  viability & germination.

    2. Seedlings

    i) Forest Nursery

    ii) Other than Forest Nursery (specify)

    Not certified

     

    50,000

    3,00,000

    Rs. 4/- per plant

    Rs. 4/- per plant

     

    3. Cuttings

    i) Forest Nursery

    ii) Other than Forest Nursery (specify)

    Not certified

     

    Nil

     

     

     

    6.4       Jatropha Provenance Trial   

                No provenance trial of Jatropha seeds have been carried out in the State. The State is having 11 Researech & Extension Circles in 11 agro-climatic zones of Madhya Pradesh,where the activity of establishment of Jatropha Provenance Trial  is started form this year.

                The Collection of different varieties of Jatropha and carrying out            provenance trials is the top research priority of  Researech & Extension Circles.

     

    6.5       Expected yield :

                Based on plantation of 2,500 plants (2 mt. x 2 mt.) and assuming yield of 1 kg. per plant in third year and 2 kg. per plant 4'th year onwards.

     

    Variety

    Irrigated / Unirrigated

    Yield per ha. (tons)

    Stable average yield/ha. (tons)

    3rd year

    4th year

    5th year

    6th year

    Not certified

    Irrigated

    2.5 tonnes

    per ha.

    5 tonnes

    per ha.

    5 tonnes

    per ha.

    5 tonnes

    per ha.

    5 tonnes

    per ha.

     

    Not certified

    Unirrigated

    2.0 tonnes

    per ha.

    4 tonnes

    per ha.

    4 tonnes

    per ha.

    4 tonnes

    per ha.

    4 tonnes

    per ha.

    6.6       Progress Regarding Jatropha Cultivation in M.P. :

     

                6.6.1    Under the Bio-diesel project sponsored by National Oil Seed and Vegetable Oil Development Board, 2.57 lakh plants of Ratanjot have been planted during the year 2003-04 by Research & Extension Circles of M.P.

     

                            6.6.2    The following projects have been submitted to the Ministry of Petroleum Chemical & Natural Gas New Delhi,  National Oil Seed & Vegetable Oils Development Board Gurgaon Hariyana, Govt. of M.P. Forest Department, Govt. of M.P. Rural Development Department.  The sanction of these projects are still awaited.  

                           

    Implementing Agency

    Object of the project  proposal

    Department / Agency / Private Entity which can approve this

    budgetary support required

    Forest Department, Research & Extension Circles of M.P.

    Production of

    Bio-diesel seeds of Jatropha curcas (Ratanjot) in M.P.

    Ministry of Petroleum Chemical & Natural Gas, New Delhi

    Rs. 665.30 crores

    Development of Jatrpha for production of Bio-diesel in M.P.

    National Oil Seed & Vegetable Oils Development Board, Gurgaon, Hariyana 

    Rs. 11.40 crores

    Development of Karanja for production of Bio-diesel in M.P.

    National Oil Seed & Vegetable Oils Development Board, Gurgaon, Hariyana 

    Rs. 6.35 crores

    Development of Jatrpha for production of Bio-diesel in M.P.

    Ministry of Environment & Forests, New Delhi

     

     

     

    Rs. 4300.40

    lakhs

     

    Development of Jatrpha in 2222 ha. degraded forest land of  M.P.

    Govt. of M.P.,

    Forest Department, Bhopal

    Rs. 299.97 lakh & Revised project of

     Rs. 721.61 lakh

    Development of Jatrpha in 50000 ha. degraded forest land of  M.P.

    Govt. of M.P.,

    Rural Development

    Department Bhopal

    Rs. 687.50 lakh &   Revised project of

    Rs. 16234.50 Lakh

     6.7       Recent Jatropha Cultivation Activity :

                Besides this the following recent made Jatropha Plantation Proposals are sent to the concern authorities for sanctioning :   

     

    7.         GRANT-IN-AID FOR GREENING INDIA SCHEME (GOVT. OF INDIA SCHEME) :

                Increasing forest and tree cover (FTC) of the country to one third of its geographical area, as envisaged in the National Forest Policy 1988, is essential for economic and ecological security of the country, especially the rural poor. Achieving the target of one third of forest and tree cover, however, stipulates fourfold increase in current annual tree planting mostly on lands outside recorded forest area (RFA). Tree plantation on lands outside RFA, however, has been very slow mainly due to poor returns to the growers. This is largely attributed to the low volume and poor quality yield of tree products, mainly for the reason that the tree growers do not have easy access to quality planting material (QPM) due to both paucity of QPM production facilities in the rural areas of the country and low awareness about gains of using QPM. Recognizing these constraints, it has been decided to restructure the existing Grants –in –Aid Scheme providing assistance to Voluntary agencies for tree planting by incorporating the additional components of QPM production facilities and creation of mass awareness about QPM. The restructured Scheme named “Grants in aid for Greening India” will broadly focus on three aspects of the tree planting namely

    a)            Raising mass awareness about QPM and tree planting 

    b)      Enhancing the capacity for QPM production

    c)         Tree planting with people’s participation

     

    7.1       Objectives of the Scheme

     

                The main objectives are:

               

    i)          To create an enabling environment through capacity building at various levels for  tree  planting, and production and  use of quality planting material.

    (ii)          To make available quality planting material by establishment of high tech                         nurseries

    (iii)         To create awareness amongst people for improved technology for tree              planting and use of quality planting material

    (iv)        To develop and facilitate linkages between production systems of quality                        planting material and user groups 

    (v)          To contribute towards increase in tree cover in the country by focusing on                      non-forest lands

     

    7.2       People’s participation

     

                The theme of people’s participation will be central to the Scheme. State Forest departments (SFDs) and other implementing/collaborating agencies and departments are expected to plan all the activities relating to production of QPM and tree planting with this theme in view. Selection of species, nursery site, planting site, individual level beneficiaries etc. should be done in consultation with the people. The Implementing /Collaborating agency (as mentioned under 4.3.1) may work as a catalyst and motivator to facilitate people’s participation in the programme

                The beneficiaries under the Scheme such as the local people, farmers below Poverty line should preferably be chosen in consultation with the Village Panchayat/Gram sabha /JFMC/Local body concerned. The species for planting on project land and mechanism for sharing of usufruct and benefits from plantation should be decided in consultation with the Village Panchayat/Gram sabha /JFMC/Local Body concerned, and the deliberations and decisions concretized in the shape of a microplan for implementation in the field. The proposal should contain the list of identified beneficiaries and the microplan prepared involving the beneficiaries. Microplan should contain the species to be planted, aftercare mechanism, the year of accrual of the benefits and the benefit sharing mechanism.

     

    7.3       Harvesting and Benefit sharing mechanism

     

                The main objective of the scheme is to increase the green cover and also to involve the local people in protection.  To ensure involvement of people, it is essential to devise a system wherein the people get the tangible and intangible benefits in a sustained manner. Once the species to be planted are identified and year of harvesting or the gestation period is fixed, on maturity, one third of the area covered by plantation may be harvested as per the silvicultural principles and replanted, and same may be repeated for subsequent two years so that the entire area is replanted and people also get benefits in shape of the extracted material. For intermediate and final yields, benefit-sharing mechanism needs to be prescribed as part of microplan. The aforesaid is applicable to community land. In case of private land, 100% benefits will go to the owners of the land. In case of forestland, such mechanism needs to be finalized in consultation with the local forest authorities as per the State JFM resolution. It will be responsibility of the implementing agency to ensure that the above procedure is followed.

     

    7.4       Components under the Scheme :

     

                 Main components of the Scheme are :

                             4.1 Awareness generation, extension and training

          4.2 Production of quality planting material

          4.3 Tree planting

     

     

    7.5       Type of Agencies that can be supported for the scheme :

     

                The project proposals for financial assistance under the Grants-in-aid for Greening India Scheme of the National Afforestation and Eco-development Board (NAEB), hereinafter referred to as the Board, shall be entertained from:

    a)         Government Departments, Urban Local Bodies, Panchayati Raj Institutions

    b)         Public Sector Undertakings, Autonomous Bodies.

    c)         Registered Societies, Non-Profit Organisations, Cooperatives, Charitable Trusts, Voluntary    agencies.

    d)         Registered Schools, Colleges, Universities

    e)         State Forest Department

     

    7.6       Funding pattern 

                            The scheme would be implemented as a Central Sector Scheme with 100% central funding for which projects would be sanctioned directly by National Afforestation and Eco-development Board.

     

    7.7       Sanctioned proposals :

                            Under the scheme the for fulfilling the above said objects following proposals of Individuals / NGO's/ Government organizations were sanctioned by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Environment & Forest for afforestation and Eco-development  -

     

    Year : 2002-2003

     

    No.

    Name of the NGO

    Working site

    Project Period

    Sanctioned

    Amount

    (Rs. in lakh )

    1

    Sparsh Association

    Dist- Hoshangabad,

    Area- 100 ha.

    Govt. & Private land

    2002-03

    to

    2004-05

    16.75

     

    Year : 2003-2004

    S.No.

    Name of the NGO

    Working site

    Project Period

    Sanctioned

    Amount

    (Rs. in lakh )

    1

    NCHSE, Jhabua

    Dist.- Jhabua,

    Area- 50 ha.,

    Govt. Forest Land

     

     

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

    2

    Satpuda Vigyan Sabha, Bhopal

    Dist.- Betul,

    Area- 50 ha.

    Govt. & Private Land

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

    3

    Gramin Vikas & Khelkud samiti, Indore

    Dist.- Indore,

    Area- 50 ha.

    Govt. & Private Land

     

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

    4

    Srajan Foundation, Bhopal

    Dist.- Jabalpur

    Area- 50 ha.

    Govt. Revenue Land

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

    5

    Prabhat Shikshan Sansthan, Bhopal

    Dist.- Bhopal,

    Area - 50 ha.

    Govt. & Private Land

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

    6

    Shanti Devi Mahila Mandal, Bhind

    --

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 7.53 lakh

     

    7

    Hope & Faith Eductional & Welfare Society, Bhopal

    --

    2003-04

    to

    2005-06

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

     

     

    Year : 2004-2005

    S.

    No.

    Name of the NGO

    Working site

    Project Period

    Sanctioned

    Amount

    (Rs. in lakh )

    1

    Indian Farm Forestry Development Co-operative Limited,  Sagar

    Dist.- Tikamgarh,

    Area- 50 ha.,

    Govt. Revenue Land

    2004-05

    to

    2006-07

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

    2

    Naman Sewa Samiti, Athner, Betul

    Dist.- Betul,

    Area- 50 ha.

    Govt. Revenue Land

    2004-05

    to

    2006-07

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

    3

    Public Welfare Association, Indore

    Dist.- Indore,

    Area- 50 ha.

    Private Land

    2004-05

    to

    2006-07

    Rs. 5.69 lakh

    4

    Apeksha Shiksha and Social Welfare Society, Bhopal

    Dist.- Bhopal

    Area - 28.99 ha.

    Community Land

    2004-05

    to

    2006-07

    Rs. 4.69 lakh

    5

    Virat Chetna Sewa Sangh, Bhopal

    Dist.- Sehore,

    Area - 50 ha.

    Govt. Forest Land

    2004-05

    to

    2006-07

    Rs. 8.37 lakh

     

     

     

    Year : 2005-2006

    S.

    No.

    Name of the NGO

    Working site

    Project

    Period

    Sanctioned

    Amount

    (Rs. in lakh )

    1

    World wide fund for nature, M.P., Bhopal

    Dist. : Jabalpur, Rewa

    Bhopal, Satna, Indore, Ujjain, Sagar

    Area : 53 ha.

    Jail campus

    2005-06

    to 2007-08

    13.75

    2

    Manthan Gramin & Samaj Sewa Samiti, Bhopal

    Dist. :  Sehore

    Area : 50 ha.

    Community land

    2005-06

    to 2007-08

    13.75

    3

    Shri Parshvanath Bal Mandir Samiti, Indore

    Dist. :  Indore

    Area : 50 ha.

    Private land

    2005-06

    to 2007-08

    9.90

    4

    Vijaya Lakshmi Shiksha Samiti, Rewa

     

     

    Dist. : Rewa

    Area : 84.733 ha.

    Private land

    2005-06

    to 2007-08

    9.90

    5

    New Suryodaya Shikshan Samiti, Mandsaur

    Dist. : Mandsaur

    Area : 70 ha.

    Private land

    2005-06

    to 2007-08

    9.90

     

                In the Governmental Sector the following proposals of Research & Extension Circles of M.P. Forest Department for preparation of High tech plants, tree planting, Establishment of satellite / high tech nurseries to insure the availability of Quality Planting Material (QPM) like High tech / Grafted / Clonal Plants and acquainting people with nursery,    has been sanctioned by  the Govt. of India, Ministry of  Environment & Forest, New Delhi :

     

    S.No.

    Name of the

    R&E Circle

    Discription

    Proposed Amount

    1

    R&E Circle, Bhopal

    Preparation of high tech plants - Grafted Aonla, Clonal Eucalyptus, Teak, Bamboo, Neem etc.

    Tree planting.

    4.97

    2

    R&E Circle, Bhopal

    Creating awareness towards forestry amongst people.

    4.00

    3

    R&E Circle, Rewa

    In Beohari one high tech nursery / demonstration centre will be established where high tech plants will prepared.

    5.00

    4

    R&E Circle, Rewa

    One hightech/sattellite nursery will be established where high tech plants will prepared.

    5.00

     

    8.         CONTACT PERSON :

     

    STATE LEVEL                             ADDITIONAL PRINCIPAL

                                                               CHIEF CONSERVATOR OF FORESTS

                                                                RESEARCH EXTENSION & LOKVANIKI

                                                                M.P., BHOPAL

                                                                Phone : 0755-2674222, 2674282

                                                                Fax : 0755-2674340

                                                                E-mail : apccfrelv@yahoo.co,in

     

    DIST LEVEL                          -         Concern CONSERVATOR OF FOREST

                                                                RESEARCH & EXTENSION CIRCLE,

                                                                MADHYA  PRADESH

     

     


     

     



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