In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (4) of section 15 and section 15A read with section 9B of the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957 (Act 67 of 1957), the Governor of Odisha do hereby make the following rules to regulate the composition, functions and manner of working of the District Mineral Foundations and

The State Pollution Control Board, Odisha has been monitoring the Ambient Air Quality at 32 locations in 13 towns/cities, viz., Angul-Talcher, Balasore, Berhampur, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Kalinganagar, Keonjhar, Konark, Paradeep, Puri, Rayagada, Rourkela and Sambalpur under the National Air Quality Monitoring Programme (NAMP) and State Air Quality

The Odisha Economic Survey 2014-15 reflects the updated performance of the major economic, social and infrastructure sectors of the State of Odisha. It makes a comprehensive assessment of the State economy.

Application of better management practices through intensification of existing aquaculture systems with emphasis on BMP is therefore, the main approach for improving the environmental performance of aquaculture.

This is draft of Odisha Solar Policy, 2013 which aims to promote use of solar energy in the state to support development and address the problem of energy security.

This state agriculture policy notified by the Orissa government has provision to enhance the subsidy on private irrigation projects to 75 per cent of total cost and for community irrigation project, the rebate will be up to 90 per cent.

This report is a compilation of the Forest Rights Act, Rules and guidelines issued by the government on implementation of Forest Rights Act.

Growing cash crops is not a new thing in Indian tradition, but considered in the context of efficient land use, food- & fodder security, environmental- & ecological security, and of course the socio-economic security land use changes for growing cash crops that are incompatible to all or most of such factors definitely becomes a matter o

A state level multi stakeholder workshop on community forestry and REDD+ was organised by Regional Centre for Development Cooperation (RCDC), Bhubaneswar, with support from Community Forestry International (CFI) at DRTC-CYSD, Bhubaneswar, on 30th June 2012 to discuss the issues and challenges in management of community forest, focusing specially

Government of Odisha intends to launch a new scheme for exploitation of ground water resources through construction of deep bore wells in hard rock areas of the State with a view to augment irrigation potential mostly in blocks which have less than 35% irrigation, it is proposed to install around 4,000 nos. of bore well projects each with in ayacut of approximately 2 ha.