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B.Sc.Ag. (TU) Question Paper 2063 – Agriculture & Environmental Economics | 3rd SEM

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Agriculture and Environmental EconomicsOld Question Paper of B.Sc. Ag. – Final Examination
Subject: Agriculture and Environmental Economics
Tribhuvan University (TU)
Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS)

Level: B.Sc. Ag Third Semester | Year: 2063 (2006)
Full Marks: 40 | Pass Marks: 16 | Time: 2 hrs

Candidates are required to give their answer in their own word as far as practicable. The figure in the margin indicates full mark.

Essay Type Question: [10]

1. Define project appraisal? Discuss the project appraisal criteria to be considered before taking the decision.

Short Questions(Attempt any Ten): [10×3=30]

2. “Biomass addition is function of time and nutrient addition is function of biomass.” Briefly discuss.
3. What is Environmental Impact Assessment? How could you mitigate the environment deterioration created by a development project?
4. What are the various dimensions of resources? Discuss different types of resources.
5. Discuss the objectives of Nepal environmental policy and action plan for environment protection and sustainable development.
6. What are the different components of farming system? Briefly discuss the interrelationship between these components.
7. Discuss the following outcomes of economic analysis of an irrigation project.

a. Net present value = Rs.125 b. Benefit/cost ratio = 1.11
c. Internal rate of return = 18%

8. Discuss valuation technique for the non-traded goods and sources.
9. Show the interrelationship between overgrowing population and natural resources.
10. What are the legal provisions made by government in different acts related to agricultural resources management?
11. Illustrate the nutrient cycle in a typical hill farming system for sustainable agriculture Production.
12. All pollutions and resources depletion are the consequences of over population. Briefly discuss.

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