Inter-taluk disparities in industrial development in Bangalore District

by Hemlata Rao.

Publisher: Institute for Social and Economic Change in Bangalore

Written in English
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StatementHemlata Rao.
SeriesWorking paper / Institute for Social and Economic Change
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 81/1359
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Pagination34 p. ; 28 cm.
Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL3931703M
LC Control Number81908504

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The study analyzes the inter-district variations in levels of income and human development in Tamal Nadu in recent years. It also tries to analyze the causes of the relatively low levels of income.

In the present paper, an attempt has been made to make a detailed district-level analysis. Some statistical techniques like ranking, coefficient of variation, Principal Component Analysis/Factor Analysis and Rotated Factor Matrix (Kaiser Varimax Method), etc., have been used to show inter-district disparities in infrastructural development.

This book highlights the development disparities in India and considers three complex areas of development – economic wellbeing, human progress and agricultural development – over a period of forty years since the s. The novelty of the book lies in its rich analytical foundation and the use of sophisticated statistical and economic.

The level of socio-economic development of different districts of Kerala was estimated with the help of composite index of development based on forty two socio-economic variables combined in an optimum manner. All the fourteen districts of the State were included in the study.

The study utilised data for the year on forty two socio-economic indicators out of which seventeen indicators. Development in India: District Level Analysis Ramphul Ohlan Accepted: 9 October Inter-taluk disparities in industrial development in Bangalore District book online: 18 October Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht Abstract The study assesses the pattern of disparities in socio-economic development at the district level in India applying the Wroclow Taxonomic technique (following by: Inter-state disparity in India is mainly affected by intra-regional disparities at district level.

Factors such as electricity, urbanisation differences, distance to the closest urban agglomeration and state-specific characteristics considerable development because of development of industrial sector [1]. Industrial development in India has. The study assesses the pattern of disparities in socio-economic development at the district level in India applying the Wroclow Taxonomic technique (following Ewusi.

Social Indicators Research 3(1) 75–,and Arief. Social Indicators Research 11(3) –, ) based upon optimal combination of selected socio-economic development indicators. In order to get a clear. Downloadable. This article studies the level of industrial development across different states of India, with the help of composite indices.

The study has brought out that huge disparities exist among the states which have accentuated over a period of time. In order to find out the magnitude of inter-state disparities in industries, 21 major Indian states for the period to have.

Industrial Profile of Bangalore Urban District 1. Introduction & General Characteristics of the District: Bengaluru is the Capital city of Karnataka Country‟s leading IT exporter. It is the 4th largest technological hub in the world and largest in Asia.

World Economic Forum identified Bengaluru as. India. Inter –state disparities or regional disparities or regional imbalances refers to a situation where a per capita income, standard of living, consumption situation, industrial and agriculture development are not uniform in different parts of a given region.

Backwardness of state could be the. Bangalore division has higher growth rate as well as higher inter-district disparities which means,Bangalore division has 'growth with disparity'. Mysore division has not only faced lower growth rate but also higher regional imbalances in the last 10 years of the study period.

were taken out of this district to carve out new district called Ramanagar in Due to proximity to Bangalore city and lot of industrial development exist.

Topography: District has a Temperature C(Max) C (Min), Average Rainfall mm: Rivers:Arkavati, Kanva and Dakshina Pinakini. Availability of Minerals. The study assesses the pattern of disparities in socio-economic development at the district level in India applying the Wroclow Taxonomic technique (following Ewusi.

Social Indicators Research 3(1) 75–,and Arief. This paper calculates inter-district inequality among West Bengal's 17 districts and then highlights the disparity in physical and social infrastructure among them. The latter traces the ranking of districts over time.

Though this does not conclusively prove what the main determining factors for the movement of inequality are, a rank correlation analysis of per capita incomes. The District Industries Centres (DIC’s) programme was started in with a view to providing integrated administrative framework at the district level for promotion of small scale industries in rural areas.

The DIC’s are envisaged as a single window interacting agency at the district level providing. Sirguppa, Hadagali, Hagari Bommanahalli and Kudligi are the least developed taluks in Ballari district, Ballari taluk tops the list and Hosapete and. Increasing inequalities in terms of industries also got a mileage from the viewpoint of the advocates of convergence theorem (Barro & Salai-i-Martin, ; ).

They postulated that industrial development followed by general economic development facilitates some regions with better resources to grow faster than the others initially.

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Regional Disparities in Karnataka: A District Level Analysis of Growth and Development [1]. Shiddalingaswami H and Raghavendra V K [2]. Introduction: In India, right from the inception of the planning era, problems of balanced regional development had attracted the attention of economists, planners and politicians.

Regional Disparities in Human Development 17 Similarly, the CV in IMR for rural and urban areas increased from per cent (rural) and per cent (urban) in to per cent and "Inter-state Disparities in Development in India", Regional Structure of Development and Growth in India, ed.

G P Mishra, Giri Institute, Ashish, "Identification of Backward Taluks and Delineation of Homogeneous Regions in Bangalore District", Regional Inequalities in India, ed., L S Bhat, et al., SSRD Publications, New Delhi, This paper examines the extent and magnitude of regional disparities in the industrial economy from (pre-reforms) to (post-reforms) using discriminant function approach.

Results indicated that huge disparities in industrial development still exist. Inclusion of some states in the list of developed ones in the recent past hints. District Industries Centre (DIC), Bangalore Rural District, Industrial Estate, Rajaji Nagar, West of Chord Road, Bangalore Phone.

/ e-mail jd-bang-r @ The Joint Director District Industries Centre Industrial Estate K.M. Road Chikmagalur - Ph. / Fax No. The essays in this book, Regional Disparities, Smaller States and Statehood for Telangana, written on different occasions over a period of four decades reflect the understanding and vision of the author with regard to the complex issues of regional disparities and emerging regional tensions, and the revival of the demands for the creation of smaller states.

The author observes. This paper analyses these inter-district variations in levels of income and human development and attempts to explain the causes of low incomes in some districts. It uses data from the late s on per capita GDP and a variety of education and health indicators, and computes human development index (HDI) values comparable to those used by the.

SOME ASPECTS OF INTER DISTRICT DISPARITIES IN TAMIL NADU R. Chelliah and K. Shanmugam Abstract: The study analyzes the inter-district variations in levels of income and human development in Tamal Nadu in recent years. It also tries to analyze the causes of the relatively low levels of income of some districts.

List of all Talukas in Bangalore district of Karnataka state with details of Population, Religion, Literacy and Sex Ratio. Indicators of Regional Imbalances in India (Cont.) 2. Inter - State Disparities in Agricultural and Industrial Development: Punjab, Haryana and part of U.

P has recorded high rate of productivity due to its high proportion of irrigated area and higher level of fertilizer use. On the other hand, states like Assam. Bangalore is one of district of Karnataka in India. There are 5 Taluks, villages and 20 towns in Bangalore district.

As per the Census IndiaBangalore district has households, population of of which are males and are females. Regional disparities in development have been growing in India, especially in the post-reform period.

For example, according to the Eleventh Plan, the per capita Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Bihar—the poorest State in the country —which had steadily declined to a little over 30 per cent of the per capita GSDP of the richest State.Devanahalli, with enhanced connectivity, is emerging as a sister city to Bangalore with major investments pouring in for development.

A cumulative investment of close to Rs.1,15, crore worth would develop this once sedate location booming with activity tocompete with Bangalore in terms of business and social life.The essays in this book, written on different occasions over a period of four decades reflect the understanding and vision of the author with regard to the complex issues of regional disparities and emerging regional tensions, and the revival of the demands for the creation of smaller s: 2.