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Strategy and course curriculum for professional forestry education in India

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C.F.I. Occasional papers no.29
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Changes and reforms in professional forestry education in India are necessary in order to achieve the ambitious target of rehabilitation of 5 million hectares of land per year, while maintaining the management of current forest resources. The existing educational facilities are both inadequate and not commensurate with the changing needs. Hatch (1985) has estimated that over 900 new foresters must be recruited annually between now and 1990 to meet the requirements. The Government of India ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Commonwealth Foresty Institute, Department of Forestry
Publisher:
Commenwealth Forestry Institute, University of Oxford
Publication date:
1985
ISSN:
0141-8181
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uuid:95c1d89d-8122-4ebf-9894-4f4f7b362fd6
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ftry:10069
ISBN:
0850740886
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English
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