Muhammad Javed Sheikh

Muhammad Javed Sheikh
Sindh Agriculture University | SAU · Department of Rural Sociology

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Water is life. About 25% of Pakistan’s total area is used for farming via one of the most extensive irrigation systems in the world (Nasim 2000). However, the amount of water available for irrigation has constantly declined in this region in the last few decades (Hussain et al. 2004) due to a number of climatic changes. Poor water management today...
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Growing population (urbanization) has impact on land around the world. Therefore, this study was conducted to find out nexuses between urbanization and agricultural land conversion in the study area. Thus, the population of the study area was Hyderabad district, and the sample size was 192 respondents. Both primary and secondary data were used for...
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Effective linkage objectives can be achieved through faster mobility, tactical planning and dynamic liaison among productive sectors. The present study sought to promote the two-way arena among productive sectors, so as to accelerate the linkage dimension as a resourceful tool and maintainable management of information about technology transfer pro...
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Agriculture and water management are of the important tools to poverty reduction among farming communities that helps to provide individual and collective benefits, and enhance quality of life. But in real, the farmers of Sindh province are largely dissatisfied with what they have, indicated by the current situation. Therefore, the researcher focus...
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Seawater intrusion is an evergreen problem of the coastal areas. It has immense potential to degrade natural resources that may further lead to disturbed livelihood and lifestyle of the people. District Badin is also recognized as one of the coastal districts of Sindh that attracted the researchers towards the locally ignored issue. Keeping in mind...
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This research is aimed to analyse land use conflicts mainly caused by infrastructural development projects in the developing countries. For this purpose, qualitative data is gathered, which is repeatedly published on land use conflicts against the development related infrastructure projects in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and Pakistan. It identi...
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This research is aimed to analyse land use conflicts mainly caused by infrastructural development projects in the developing countries. For this purpose, qualitative data is gathered, which is repeatedly published on land use conflicts against the development related infrastructure projects in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and Pakistan. It identi...
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The insect pests and their associated natural enemies on jatropha were monitored at three different experimental locations, i.e. nursery farm, student farm and research farm at ARI Tandojam. The observations were recorded twice a week from 1 st September, 2010 till 30 th May, 2011. The overall mean population of whitefly was highest (6.72/plant) at...
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The present study was conducted in the major vegetable growing District of Sindh (Tando Allahyar) in order to explore the profitability of Cauliflower crops grown in two different seasons. For the purpose, primary data were randomly collected from 120 Cauliflower farmers, including 60 respondents from each season. Results revealed that the majority...
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Growing population and fast urbanization mostly demands cities grow towards agricultural land and its periphery has extended the land delivery system in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan at contravention point. Agricultural lands are main source of livelihood not only in Pakistan but around world. Pakistan is agricultural country it contribution in GDP is...
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The paper attempts to ensure that participation is a systematic involvement of local people in diverse activities to manage their own problems that transports sustainability. Therefore, the higher the farmers " participation in water management ensures the higher the level of agricultural benefits. Consequently, the participation value was insisted...
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The knowledge is privileged over resources in contemporary economy. The teacher plays significant role in rational, individuality arrangement and corporeal talent of human being. Consequently, a teacher with numerous qualities could provide precious form of knowledge. The present study was therefore conducted to determine the factors contributing t...
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Social capital resides in interactions and refers to social resources and network structure. It develops trust, reciprocity and functions as bonding material to provide long term and sustainable results, however, fluctuates spatially and culturally. In connection with, the article attempted to reveal the various levels of social capital between far...
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The study was carried out to discover the existing state of affairs regarding extension services for cotton crop in District Tando Allahyar, Sindh province of Pakistan. In this study, observation of 180 cotton growers was assembled using multi-stage cluster sampling. The results of the study stated that more than three fourth (76.7 percent) of cott...
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Social capital is the spirit of social relations. While it contains social resources, and is interrelated with other forms of capitals, there are some delusions among the scholars over its generation. The study was conducted to identify the factors possibly involved in the fluctuation of social capital, in which the structural social capital, bondi...
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Participation is believed to a systematic involvement of the significant number of people, in diverse activities to manage their own problems, carrying the concept of togetherness, which enhance the advantages. It always oscillates and depends on the background in which it occurs. Farmers’ participation is critical to improve on-farm water manageme...

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