SWOT Analysis


  • Fertile agricultural land

  • Suitable climate for the production of variety of agricultural and horticultural products

  • Availability of labour force

  • Ensured scope in goatery

  • Sufficient availability of ponds and reservoirs for aquaculture

  • Vast availability of natural and forest resources

  • Literacy level is higher in case of male and females as compared to state average

  • Most of the villages have schools

  • Community based Institutions are formed and strengthened the traditional village committees, youth clubs, women SHGs

  • Higher women literacy rate as compared to state and India's avaerage

  • Significant share in the total workforce

  • Increasing participation in PRIs

 

  • Poor and inadequate irrigation facilities

  • Rainfed agriculture

  • Pest infestation

  • Poor marketing and inadequate storage facilities

  • Lift and minor irrigation schemes are not working properly

  • Depletion of ground water level

  • Poor facilities for the marketing of milk discourages people to adopt dairy farming

  • Depletion of grazing lands

  • Outsourcing of fingerlings leads to poor quality of fingerlings

  • Only 27.5 percent of the cattle population is breedable

  • Poor basic facilities for people residing in forest and sanctuary area

  • No legal rights are given to dwellers for the collection of NTFP and MFP

  • Insufficient tenurial rights in community forestry

  • Compensatory forest plantation has not been adequately taken up

  • Most of the schools buildings do not have proper infrastructure and boundary walls

  • Scarcity of teachers and other staff in the schools. Untrained teachers are appointed

  • Most of the tribals, SCs and poor children do not have access to the basic education

  • Poor coordination between teachers, PRI members and parents

  • Non- accountability of teachers towards performance of the students

  • Involvement of illiterates in particular and other people in general in govt. programmes is very low

  • Percentage of population BPL is very high

  • Non- availability of work for labourers in the village

  • Easy availability of liquor results into household violence and antisocial activities

  • Out of 154 anganwadi centres only 34 centres have building

  • Inadequate remuneration against significant contribution in workforce, particularly in NTFP collection and agricultural activities

  • Social stigma

  • Dowry-related torture and deaths

  • Post-rehabilitation issues

  • Irrigation potential ranges from 25 to 40 percent in different blocks

  • Agricultural productivity can be enhanced through farm mechanization

  • Establishment of village level mandis will provide better price of produce to the farmers

  • Strengthening of Agricultural Department

  • Better storage facilities (like cold storage) stop distress sale and farmers will get better prices for their produce

  • New gardens of mango, litchi and other suitable fruit crops can be established.

  • Goatery can be promoted with the present natural resource availability

  • Replacement of indigenous cattle population with the crossbred cattle leads to increase in milk production

  • Farm ponds can be created under NREGS, and irrigation reservoirs can be utilized for fingerling production

  • Optimal and need based use of NTFP to raise economic status of tribals and other forest dwellers

  • Promotion of eco- tourism

  • Possibility of creating adequate infrastructure with the help of industrial houses

  • Residential facilities for teachers and staff in remote areas

  • Optimum utilization of natural resources

  • Optimum utilization of the scope of NREGS to stop migration of labour

  • More focus on the capacity building of women SHGs

  • Strengthening the Anganwadi system

  • Social motivation and mobilization to minimize social pressure on women 

  • High dependency on rainfed agriculture and chemical farming

  • Expansion of industries and mining activity will have multiple effects in the form of land availability of agriculture, pollution and labour shortage

  • Declining interest of people in the in agricultural and allied activities

  • Diversion of the labour force to other sectors of employment

  • Growing industrial and mining activity further deplete natural grazing land

  • Lack of interest of people in animal rearing and fisheries

  • In some areas all tanks get dry from January to monsoon period

  • Existing practices of forestry did not promote the production of species suitable for fuel purposes leading to further pressure on forests

  • People alienated from forests are joining extremist/ Maoist groups

  • Preference of people for private schools. Poor children may get discriminated due to this.

  • Unemployment and poverty may lead to social disorders

  • Unsustainability in livelihood through increasing dependency on government and private services

  • Instability in traditional family systems

  • Risk of increasing violence against women because of their growing exposure in traditionally male dominant activities/ occupations

 

 

 

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