HOW TO DO RESEARCH
Finalize area of research e.g. image processing/ mobile communication/ data mining/adhoccommunication etc.2.
Do the necessary survey in the chosen area of research in various reputed magazines ,transactions , journals , periodicals , conference proceeding /seminar proceedings(of IEEE,Springer, ACM similarly) specifically study the various research opportunities available in allabove mentioned documents.3.
These survey studies should be done for the previous 3-5 year papers and some mostlycited old papers or documents.4.
The above study should aim in narrow downing the research opportunities in some specifictopic of the chosen area.5.
Now after narrow downing and finalizing topic of research do the necessary survey for thatselected topic similarly as for research area.6.
After doing survey try to formulate the problem.7.
Justify your solution through sufficient analysis, validation comparison with the availableexperimental and documentation proof.8.
Give a sound conclusion and future directions to the new researches.
PHYSICAL FEATURES (GEOGRAPHY) AND LAND USE PATTERN
Physical Features of the District
, Vainganga Khore is one of the particular area in this district. Gadchiroli, Armori, Chamorshi,Aheri and Sironcha talukas are covered under this area.
major area of the district is having undulatingtopography on large scale. Except a narrow strip along Godavari and Pranhita rivers.
physio-graphic featuresof the district are the Sirkonda, Bhamragad, Aheri and Dandkaranya hill ranges with high to moderate relief.
low land of the district shows rolling topography with isolated hillrocks.
main river basin of the districtis Godavari which borders the southern boundary of the district and flows West to East. The major sub-basins of theGodavari are Pranhita sub-basins which is given name after the confluence of two major sub-basins ie Waingangaand Wardha River near Chaprala village of Chamorshi Taluka; and Indravati sub-basin. The Sub-tributaries of thesetwo sub-basins show a network of parallel drainage pattern.
eastern part of district ie Dhanora, Etapalli, Aheriand Sironcha talukas are some what higher part of district and are covered by thick forest. Hills are located in thearea of Bhamaragad, Tipagad, Palasgad and Surjagad in the district.
predominant soil cover in the district is clay, clay-gravel, sandy loam, deep black soil, reddish & yellowish brown soils on hill slopes, brown & gray soils of plains and laterite & lateritic soil.