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B.Sc.Ag. (TU) Question Paper 2061 – Agriculture & Environmental Economics | 3rd SEM

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

Level: B.Sc. Ag 3rd Semester | Year: 2061 (2004)
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 cycle. How do you use the concept of project cycle for maintaining environmental problem? Explain by considering the Nepalese situation.

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

2. How do you distinguish between the biological and exhaustible resources ? Discuss briefly giving appropriate example for each.
3. Discuss the biomass behavior over time dimension and recruitment policy.
4. What are the criteria for calculating water demand in an irrigation project?
5. Describe the present status of forest resources of Nepal. Explain the governments strategy towards forest and rangeland management.
6. How strong link do you see between the population growth and resource development?
7. Discuss the interrelationship between different components of Nepalese farming system.
8. Enlist the different institutions involved in resource management.
9. What is biodiversity? Discuss the economic importance and strategies taken by governments for the conservation of biodiversity.
10. Why valuation of non-traded goods and service is important? Discuss.
11. Interpreted the following outcomes of economic analysis of irrigation project.

a. Net present value = Rs.15000
b. Benefit/cost ratio = 1.4
c. Internal rate of return = 25%

12. Write short notes on:

a. Nutrient cycle
b. Inland fisheries
c. Environmental Impact assessment.

Posted By : Hari Prasad Chaudhary | Comment RSS | Category : B.Sc. Ag, Bachelor Level, Tribhuvan University
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