|Author:||B.N. Yugandhar,P.S. Datta|
|Title:||Land Reforms in India: Volume 2, Rajasthan-Feudalism and Change|
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|Publisher:||South Asia Books; 1 edition (June 1, 1995)|
Book's title: Land reforms in India. Library of Congress Control Number: 93007497. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0803991991.
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Land reforms in Rajasthan: An analysis, and last phase of land reform in a society marching from a feudalistic pattern to socialistic pattern. In R. Pande (E., Land reforms and social change (pp. 107–122). In B. N. Yugandhar & P. S. Dutta (Ed., Land reforms in India-Rajasthan, feudalism and change.
Land Reforms in India, Volume 2, provides a holistic view of the several programs pertaining to land reforms and also presents issues from a political economy perspective. Avoiding the use of jargon, it brings together the combined knowledge and experience of administrators, experts, and activists to highlight issues from a legal, administrative, and personal point of view. With its admirable presentation of the ground realities, this volume will serve as a sound basis to initiate remedial measures
Volume: 9. Series: Land Reforms in India series. Other Titles in: Economics & Development Studies (General). Agricultural Land Transfers: Study of Two Villages in Tamil Nadu. Status of Tenancy in Coimbatore District. Panchayats and Common Property Resources in Tamil Nadu. Common Property Resources with Special Reference to Common Property Land Resources. For more information contact your local sales representative. Select a Purchasing Option. You are in: Europe Change location.
- We will divide the study of Land reforms in India in two parts: Land Reform (1947- 70). Land Reform (After 1970). (B) Land Reform (After 1970). After implementation of land reforms, it was expected that there will be a remarkable change in the agrarian structure in terms of reduction in the concentration of land holdings and improvement in the economic conditions of poor tenants. The Land Reforms Division (Department of Land Resource, Ministry of Rural development) was implementing two Centrally Sponsored Schemes: Computerisation of Land Records (CLR). Strengthening of Revenue Administration and Updating of Land Records (SRA&ULR).
Naturally, land reforms predominate the discussion here. Land reforms have been one of the important land policy initiatives in India that have brought a fundamental change in the entire approach towards development. The paper discusses the impact of land reforms and the changing phases of land administration. While recognizing the need to bring about land reforms in the country, the Constitution of India provided under Article 39 that: (1) the ownership and control of the material resources of the country should be so distributed as best to serve the common good; and (2) the operation of the economic system should not result in a concentration of wealth or a means. In Rajasthan a student pursuing studies in an educational institution and less than 25 years old is also a disabled person. In Uttar Pradesh, such a student is included if his father is dead.
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Land Reforms before Independence: The permanent Settlement of 1793 created a class of superior proprietors who usurped the unwritten but age-old rights of tenants in their lands. In other words, Feudalism was curbed but not eliminated. The procedure of allowing the Zamindars to retain lands under personal cultivation had far reaching consequences. To be able to declare a large proportion of their lands as ‘Khud Kasht’ or under personal cultivation, it became necessary for the owners to show these lands as free from any tenancy. To make a change in the existing pattern of land ownership, these loopholes had to be plugged. But this involved an attack on entrenched interests in the country-side on a much larger scale than was actually attempted. The result was that 90% of the usefulness of land ceilings was lost.
IMPLEMENTATION OF LAND REFORMS: Land Reforms in Punjab and Haryana: Trends and Issues SUCHA SINGH GILL and RANJIT SINGH GHUMAN. Land Reforms in Punjab and Haryana: An Empirical Study K GOPAL IYER. Land Reforms in Punjab State R L KALSIA. Feudalism, Peasant Movement and Process of Land Reforms in Patiala NARINDER SINGH SANDHU. Land Reforms in Haryana PARAMJIT SINGH JUDGE. II. LAND, POLITICS AND JUSTICE: Bureaucracy and Land Records Management C ASHOKVARDHAN. CHANGING LAND RELATIONS: Changing Land Relations and Implications for Land Reforms in Punjab SUCHA SINGH GILL. Trends in the System of Cultivation in Punjab and Haryana PARAMJIT SINGH JUDGE. Tenancy Pattern in Post-Green Revolution Punjab R P SINGH and S S GREWAL.