Vol. 7, Special Issue 1 (2018)
Geoinformatics application in village level dynamic studies
Author(s): Rana Mamta and Muskan
Abstract: In India, Indian villages are often described as “Cultural artifacts” or “reposition of culture” especially by those who are stands for residential planned unit development (RPUD) (zoning) of Indian heritage and culturally rich past. India still live in village three fourth population live in 5.8 lac village spread everywhere, in every nook and corner of the country-from the Himalaya to the Indo Gangateic plain to coastal area row south, and from an arid area of the western hot and humid area of north east. In order to provide spatial information to transform timely and cost effective manner, development of scientific planning process can be effectively met by remote sensing based geo spatial natural resources layer, spatial layers crated from databases, stakeholder department data linked to spatial framework, GIS and information system as Geographic information and communication Technology(GeoICT) tools. For this endeavor resources data on 10,000scale is essential for scientifically depicting village level spatial information. The existing village cadastral maps (hard copy or digital) will be converted into digital format and will be co-registered with the georeference, orthorectified satellite data and created revenue boundary of the village. The Eastern region of India is one of the most poverty–laden regions regarding both prevalence rates and total numbers. Reducing poverty in Eastern India has been a big challenge, and the successful implementation of this study is expected to contribute to our understanding of the complex poverty dynamism in the region. Our study focuses on three states of Eastern India, namely Bihar, Jharkhand, and Orissa. The Baghakole village of Patna district in Bihar, Sogar village Dhenkanal District in Orissa & Hesapiri village Ranchi District in Jharkhand. Before selection of sample households for continuous monitoring, the village census has been conducted in each selected village to understand the general and socio-economic profile of the village. This village profile is based on the village census carried out and qualitative information gathered by the project team.
How to cite this article:
Rana Mamta and Muskan. Geoinformatics application in village level dynamic studies. 2018; 7(1S): 115-119.