Indian Forestry: A Breakthrough Approach To Forest Service is written in an effort to make the subject of Forestry as simple as possible. It provides comprehensive information on Agro-forestry.
Summary Of The Book
Indian Forestry: A Breakthrough Approach To Forest Service is a book that is meant to simplify the process of understanding forest service. The book is now widely used as a source for those students who are looking to clear the Indian Forest Service (IFS) examinations.
The book covers all the chapters necessary to thoroughly explain how the forest service system works, while at the same time maintaining an exam-oriented approach. The first chapter, Silviculture, deals with the control of growth and health of forests in order to cater to the diverse needs of the population as well as the ecosystem.
The second chapter, Silviculture Systems, delves into the details of silviculture, and how exactly to go about it. The third chapter deals with the ecology and working of mangroves and cold deserts. Indian Forestry: A Breakthrough Approach To Forest Service also has chapters which deal with other important subjects pertinent to forestry, such as watershed management, forest building, forest economics, forest resource management and wood technology.
Indian Forestry: A Breakthrough Approach To Forest Service is a convenient book for the IFS. The Indian Forestry Service examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), and happens once in a year. There are certain criteria for eligibility, such as the discipline of the applicant’s undergraduate degree and the applicant’s age, which is supposed to be at least 21 years.
About Kaniyaiah Manikandan
Kaniyaiah Manikandan is a soil scientist, working in the Directorate of Mushroom Research in Solan (Himachal Pradesh).
K. Manikandan has a Ph.D degree in Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry. He is engaged in research to improve the button mushroom, improve productivity of compost for small-scale farmers and studying the cultivation technology for indigenous edible mushrooms in India. K.
Manikandan has published a number of papers such as Concepts on Land Evaluation and Evaluation and Management of Groundwater in Coastal Regions.
14 Jan, 2014
Worth the money
17 May, 2017
Really worth having but.....
12 Feb, 2016
buy it but don't rely on it
pollyanna pam patel
7 Aug, 2015
VERY GOOD BOOK
2 Jan, 2015
18 Jun, 2014