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Dissertation/ Research works

Students of previous batches have done dissertation work on many contemporary issues related to NRM and have added significantly to the body of knowledge.

List of the dissertation titles is given below:

Dissertation Titles of M.Phil (NRM) Batch: 2015-16

  • Status and Potential for Plantation of select commercial wood species in Kerala
  • Assessment of water foot print of silk yarn industry and impact of water conservation on Industrial Economy
  • Impact of processing on the Enzymes and Antioxidants contents : Comparative study of Mono and Multi Floral Honey
  • A study of perceived benefits of Forest Certification in selected FMU in Uttar Pradesh
  • Comparative Analysis of Community Perceived Watershed Ecosystem Services – A study of watershed in Dewas District, Madhya Pradesh
  • Dynamics of Climate Change Vulnerability in Sikkim
  • Environmental Imperatives for Peri Urban areas of Bhopal
  • The politics of local institutions in Forest Governance : A Study of Rampur Forest Division, Himachal Pradesh
  • An exploratory study of LAC production a sustainable means of Livelihood and Problems Associated in Chattisgarh, India
  • Problems and Prospects Associated with Guava Producers : A case study of Allahabad District, Uttar Pradesh

Dissertation Titles of M.Phil (NRM) 2014-15 batch

  • Impact of Coal Mines on Forest Landscape : Study of Singrauli Coal Mine
  • Human Tiger Relationship in the Sundarbans : A study to understand locally perceived risks
  • A study of scaling up of Traditional to Formal Governance Institutions and Community Based NRM in Muthuvan Tribe of Edamalakudy Tribal Panchayat, Idukki District, Kerala
  • Comparative Study on sole agriculture and agroforestry systems for livelihood support of Sonipat District of Haryana, India
  • Study on ICT initiatives by Forest Department and ICT competence of Forest Officials in Bhopal Forest Division of M.P, India
  • Community Development plan and People’s Aspirations : A Study of Relocated Villages from Satpura Tiger Reserve under NTCA guidelines