Rural Areas Sample Clauses

Rural Areas. Areas which are outside the Town’s corporate limits and which are planned or zoned for rural estate or other rural residential uses or which are designated to remain as conserved areas. These lands are not intended to be annexed and will generally remain rural in character.
Rural Areas the water surface profile increase would not exceed 1.0 foot at the structure, nor 0.5 foot at a point 1000 feet upstream of the structure, for all flood events up to and including the base flood event, as determined by the horizontal projection of the increase and the slope of the hydraulic grade line for the existing and proposed conditions hydraulic models; and
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Rural Areas please, estimate the distribution between the smallest uniquely identified land units, often called "land par- cels" (i) that are legally registered and surveyed, (ii) that are le- gally occupied but not registered or surveyed, and (iii) that are in- formally occupied without any legal title (this may include illegal occupation or squatting).If the estimation is too difficult or complex using land parcels, you may base your estimation alternatively on the number of people occupying these forms of land parcels.
Rural Areas. The Agricultural/Rural Labour Enquiries, being conducted since 1950-51 at frequent intervals throw up a valuable data on the pattern of consumption expenditure of labourers in the rural areas. The first Agricultural Labour Enquiry (ALE) was conducted during 1950-51. The 2nd Agricultural Labour Enquiry was conducted during 1956-57. The scope of the enquiry was widened to cover all the rural labour (agricultural as well as non-agricultural) after the 2nd A.L.E. Hence now it is called as the Rural Labour Enquiry to signify the wider coverage. The First Rural Labour Enquiry was conducted during 1963-65 (February, 1963 – January, 1964 & October, 1964 – September, 1965). The data were collected and analysed separately for agricultural as well as non- agricultural labourers, not only to enable comparison with the previous enquiries, but also to throw up information on both classes of labourers in rural areas. The fourth enquiry in the series, i.e. 2nd Rural Labour Enquiry was conducted during 1974-75.A number of Committees and Commissions such as the National Commission on Labour (1969) have acknowledged the usefulness of the data thrown up by the Rural Labour Enquiries. The National Commission on Rural Labour, which submitted its report in 1991, also had acknowledged the utility of data being collected and published through these enquiries and had in fact suggested to strengthen the system of collection of data. In view of the usefulness of the data thrown up by it, the Rural Labour Enquires are now being conducted at regular intervals on quinquennial basis alongwith general Employment and Unemployment surveys of the National Sample Survey Office. Thus, the subsequent enquiries in the series were conducted during 1977-78, 1983, 1987-88, 1993- 94, 1999-2000, 2004-05 and 2009-10. Under the integrated arrangement, besides collection of data from the field, the processing thereof is also being done by the National Sample Survey Office for Labour Bureau. On the basis of these Enquiries the Labour Bureau brings out reports on―Consumption Expenditure‖, ―Indebtedness‖, ―Wages & Earnings‖, ―Employment & Unemployment‖ and ―General Characteristics of Rural Labour Households‖.
Rural Areas. Although over 75% people in the District live in one of the six urban areas detailed above, there is still a sizeable population of 38,000 people living in many small villages and hamlets spread across the District. In total, there are about 120 villages and hamlets in the District, including some larger villages which provide some local services (such as primary schools or GP surgeries).
Rural Areas the highest rate reported is for Andhra Pradesh(605). Two other states with high rates are Karnataka(595) and Tamil Nadu(594). The lowest rates are reported by Haryana(475), Uttar Pradesh(481) and Bihar(492). In the North Eastern region, Manipur reported the lowest(495) and Meghalaya(557) the highest rates.
Rural Areas. An owner/operator shall prevent or immediately remove carryout/trackout on construction projects 10 acres or more in size, when it extends 50 feet or more from the nearest unpaved surface exit point of a site.
Rural Areas. Swajaldhara - Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme