Nitin Mundhe

Nitin Mundhe
Sir Parshurambhau College | SP College · Department of Geography

M.A.(Geography), M.Sc.(Geoinformatics), NET

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November 2009 - present
Sir Parshurambhau College
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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The qualitative parameters of development of a quantitatively increasing population for a resource stressed country like India, is dependent on the sustainability of food availability. Agriculture remains to be a backbone of the economy and food supply. Agriculture, however, in many parts of India, even today, remains to be rain-fed. Recent efforts...
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In India, rapid growth of slums in urban areas, especially in metropolitan cities, has become a major problem for the planners and decision-makers. The slum expansion is mainly due to the rural-urban migration and pressure of the population on un-used, un-protected, and un-suitable public land. It leads to many issues like poverty, unemployment, la...
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The growing demand and competition for water from domestic, industrial and agricultural sectors reached utmost limit. Drainage basins, catchments, and sub-catchments are the hydrological units ideally suited for planning of conservation of land and water resources. GIS techniques are useful for analysis of morphometric properties of any watershad....
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Floods are natural risk with a very high frequency, which causes to environmental, social, economic and human losses. The floods in the town happen mainly due to human made activities about the blockage of natural drainage, haphazard construction of roads, building, and high rainfall intensity. Detailed maps showing flood vulnerability areas are he...
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The hazards and disaster are not area specific and their vulnerability is high in urban area where the concentration of high risk population. Floods are major hazard occurs frequently across every part of the world, which causes damage to environmental, social, economical and human lives at about 43 per cent of all natural disasters. Floods in urba...
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Literacy has been considered as one of the prime indicators for socioeconomic development of the people of a region. In world scenario, spread of literacy is generally associated with importance of modern civilization such as modernization, urbanization, industrialization, communication and commerce. Literacy rate of any district, state and country...
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Rapid urbanization raises many issues like loss of agricultural land, encroachment of forest and river area, unauthorized urban sprawl and high land values etc. The monitoring of urban growth is vital role of planner, management, governmental and non-governmental organizations for implementing policies to optimize the use of natural resources and a...
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Urbanization is an increasing proportion of a population living in urban areas. It symbolizes the migration of people from rural to urban areas or natural increase (the excess of births over deaths). The urban population in India increased from 62.4 million in the year 1951 to 377.1 million in 2011. According to 2011, Census of India, Pune district...
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Solid waste management is among the basic essential services provided by municipal authorities in the country to keep cities clean. Due to industrialization, rural to urban migration and high growth rate of population have induced rapid urbanisation in developing countries and obviously in India also. The haphazard urbanisation created acute proble...
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Urbanisation has been recognized as a symbol of development as well as a burden over resources. The latter dimension is particularly so in developing countries since the process of urbanisation is very rapid. Rapid urbanisation raises many issues which might have both positive and negative impacts on environment. The fast tempo of urban population...
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Urbanisation is the physical growth of urban areas, which result in population growth, increase of settlement, high density of population and it also psychological stage of urban way of life. In India urban population has increased from 2.58 crores in 1901 to 37.71 corers in 2011 due to rapid industrialization and rural to urban migration. Accordin...
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Urban solid waste disposal is a major problem, faced by majority of cities or towns in the world. Rapidly increasing population growth, urbanization, industrialization and rural to urban migration created acute problem of solid waste management. Solid waste per capita generation rate in India has increased from 0.44 kg per day in 2001 to 0.5 kg per...
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Urbanization is the method of urban areas growth, which result in population growth, increase of built-up area, high density of population and it also psychological stage of urban way of life. Uncontrolled momentum of urbanization and land use/ land cover change raises many issues which might have both positive and negative impacts like unauthorize...
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Classification techniques in remotely sensed image interpretation are based on spectral reflectance values with an assumption of the training data being normally distributed. Hence it is difficult to add ancillary data in exiting classification procedures to improve accuracy. In hybrid classification technique, integration of Geographical Informati...
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Classiication techniques in remotely sensed image interpretation are based on spectral relectance values with an assumption of the training data being normally distributed. Hence it is dificult to add ancillary data in exiting classiication procedures to improve accuracy. In hybrid classiication technique, integration of Geographical Information Sy...

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