Geography (NTSE/Olympiad)  

1. Resource & Development

Land use Pattern in India

Land use Pattern in India
Land use depends upon the following factors :
1. Physical factors : It includes topography, climate, soil.
2. Human factors : Population density, Technological capability, Culture, Traditions etc.
3. Total area of India is 3.28 million km2. Land use data accounts for only 93 % because for most of the north-east states land use reporting is not done.

(a) Net sown area differs greatly from one state to the other.
(b) In Punjab & Haryana it is over 80 % and in Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Andman and Nicobar island it is less than 10 %.
(c) Waste land includes rocky arid and desert area, land used for housing, roads, railways etc.
(d) According to National Forest Policy 33 % should be under forest cover but in India it is only 22 %.

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