6 edition of Growing rural-urban disparity in Bihar found in the catalog.
Growing rural-urban disparity in Bihar
S. S. P. Sharma
|Statement||S.S.P. Sharma, T. Vijay Kumar.|
|Contributions||Vijay Kumar, T., 1967-, National Institute of Rural Development (India)|
|LC Classifications||HC437.A-ZB (H15)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxviii, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2008331557|
Rural-Urban Disparities Income Distribution, Expenditure Pattern and Social Sector This paper is based on the most recent primary household level data obtained from a survey on income, expenditure, poverty measures for and human development indicators for in rural and urban India as a part of the project Micro Impact of Macro and. Migration in Bihar is common, both within the state and from the state to other parts of the country. However, there has been limited understanding of the forms that migration is taking. This study found that the vast majority of migration in Bihar is cyclical labour migration by vulnerable groups. Labour migrants’ mobility is hindered [ ].
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A look at the literacy levels in India over last 3 decades from the same rural urban lens gives us more or less similar numbers. Rural literacy rate is much lower than the urban literacy rate. The point to be noted is the gender disparity in this area, where the urban female literacy rate is almost higher by 20% than the rural : The Logical Indian. This paper examined the effects of rural-urban migration on the rural communities of Southeastern Nigeria. Data were obtained using mixed methods approach comprising questionnaire surveys and key informant interviews. Six rural local government areas (LGAs) were selected based on population size and spatial equity from two states of Southeastern by:
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The rural-urban disparity with the help of selected socio-economic indicators. Apart from this, condition of women in rural-urban area is also discussed in this paper. 2 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY • To explain the nature of rural-urban disparity; • To analyse rural-urban disparity on the basis of select so-cio-economic indicators; and.
In this book, the authors show that there has been in general, a decline in the rural-urban disparity, although urban areas were still better-off. There has also been evidence in support of rural-urban continuum.
The households residing in villages closer to towns were better-off in terms of income, access to drinking water and by: 2. Rural-urban inequality in WaSH facilities appeared most alarming across the central Indian states of Chattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Rural Urban Disparity in India: An Index based study on School Education [VISHAL PAJANKAR] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The present exercise has thrown up wealth of new information of gap between rural schools and urban schools that can be useful to planners and policy makers.
The author of this exercise has made effort to study the disparity between rural schools and Author: Vishal Pajankar.
A look at the literacy levels in India over last 3 decades from the same rural urban lens gives us more or less similar numbers. Rural literacy rate is much lower Growing rural-urban disparity in Bihar book the urban literacy rate. The point to be noted is the gender disparity in this area, where the urban female literacy rate is Author: Athreya Mukunthan.
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to develop some indicators representing human resource development and infrastructure facility to understand the growing rural-urban disparity in India. While rural-urban differences in disability have been analyzed previously, researchers have had little opportunity to further explore this disparity, as updated data on rural disability were.
The statistic depicts the literacy rate in the rural and urban areas of Bihar in India inby gender. In that year, the literacy rate for females living in rural areas in Bihar was just over.
Immediately thereafter, Survey adds, “The poverty estimates indicate that the highest poverty headcount ratio (HCR) exists in Bihar at per cent as against the national average of per cent. In compared toBihar has displaced Odisha as the poorest state, with Odisha’s situation improving considerably in Keywords: Rural urban disparity, education gaps, wage gaps We would like to thank IGC for a grant funding this research and Arka Roy Chaudhuri for research assistance.
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In the context of the growing public presentation during these two decennaries, economic experts and policymakers have become interested in the tendencies in regional inequality during.
The present paper aims to study the rural urban disparity of literacy in Murshidabad district of West Bengal. The research work is based on secondary sources of data collected from the District Census Hand Book () and District Statistical Hand Book ( & ) of Murshadabad district.
Inmost of the states in the rural sector have the index greater than 50%. In the rural sector, inequality is highest in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Rajasthan, and in the urban sector the same is true in Bihar, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
The inter-sectoral (rural–urban) gap in the index is 18 percentage points at the national by: to a severe rural-urban income gap and diverts physical as well as an effect of diverting the rural resource out of agricultural sector, and thus is detrimental to agricultural growth.
This paper uses China’s provincial panel data from to to investigate the diverting effects of the rural-urban income gap on agricultural growth. Girls growing up in poor households are at a great disadvantage regardless of whether they live in urban or rural areas.
In Benin, girls in urban and rural areas who come from the poorest 20 per cent of the population receive less than two years of schooling, compared with three to. The picture of electricity access in India is one of disparity. A clear disparity in access can be seen between rural and urban population, while in the urban areas % of the population has access to the electricity in rural areas only % of population has the access to Size: KB.
Balancing Rural and Urban Disparity. Country/Territory: Mongolia. Mongolia in the past fifty years achieved and sustained relatively high levels of education, health and income despite its large, land-locked territory, harsh climate, low natural productivity and widely dispersed population.
However, the NHDR for shows that human. Against the background of such high economic growth, however, lies a growing concern over deteriorating income inequality in various spheres: regional disparity — that is, interstate disparity, rural-urban disparity, social class disparity (inequality between Hindu caste and outcaste) and so by: 1.
Urban Development and Rural-Urban Linkages: Case study of Two Towns in Bihar 7 stagnation and volatility of agriculture as well as to the lack of sectoral diversification within the agrarian economy (Kundu, ). (a) Urbanization in India and Bihar According to the Census data, India has been experiencing an upward trajectory in.
Methods: A comparative cross-sectional study design was employed to determine the urban–rural disparity in nutritional status of adolescent school girls in the Mizan district in south-western Ethiopia.
A two-stage sampling procedure was used to randomly select adolescent girls, each from urban and rural locations.In her article, she finds that states like Bihar and Chhattisgarh, which witnessed the highest growth rates between –05 and –10, did not record the steepest decline in poverty.
But Tripura, that had a below-average growth rate, performed the best in terms of poverty reduction.Table Rural-urban income disparity, and (Chinese Yuan in current prices) Urban Rural Rural/urban Urban Rural Rural/urban (per cent) (per cent) East Center West China .