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Report on socio-economic study of unorganised women workers in the slum areas of Bombay City
C. K. Dalaya
by Research Unit on Womenʾs Studies, Vithaldas Vidya Vihar, SNDT Womenʾs Studies, University in Bombay
Written in English
|Statement||by C.K. Dalaya.|
|LC Classifications||HD6190.B65 D34 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
In Census three types of slum i.e. 1 Notified slum, ised slum and 3. Identified slum have been recorded. For example if the total Indian slum population is then the notified slum is %, recognized slum % & identified slum % (as per census) The chart-1 belowAuthor: S. Kumar Swami. A Case Study by Sundar Burra. 2 where people work is affected as is the economy of the city as a whole. According to a Report prepared by the Slum Rehabilitation Authority, because of. 4 slow movement of trains in slum areas, daily trips have been reduced by 40%; the productivity of the city is reduced proportionately. The motormen, who.
It is widely recognized that slums must not exist, and slum dwellers be provided with dignified living for sustainable development. The present study is an attempt to understand the problems, needs and aspirations of people living in slums in India. The study also evaluates the impact of government programmes on the development of : S. K. Sinha, Ravi Shekhar. • Extend city storm water drains to reach slums and low-lying areas. • Improve water supply pressure around slum localities. • Undertake landscaping within slums and develop gardens in open spaces around slums. • Improve city roads on the periphery of the slums. Community • Form neighborhood committees and special interest groups, such as.
Political Economy of Making Indian Cities Slum-Free Amitabh Kundu The vision of slum-free India put forward through designing and implementation of Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) in a mission mode has raised diverse expectations in different quarters in India. It is a major flagship programmes of the UPA II government launched with the avowed objective of. URBAN POVERTY, HOUSEHOLD INCOME, AND LOCATION OF SLUMS: IS THERE ANY LINKAGE? A STUDY OF URBAN SLUMS IN KARACHI household density and location of the slum. Key findings of this study are the identification of on various socio-economic aspects of people living in slums. This broad study coveredCited by: 1.
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Get this from a library. Report on socio-economic study of unorganised women workers in the slum areas of Bombay City: a pilot project. [C K Dalaya]. SLUM WOMEN AND THEIR SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: A STUDY IN DHAKA CITY Md. Abdullah Al Helal, Sharmin Islam & Md.
Mahbubur Rahman ABSTRACT An estimated million people live in the overcrowded slums of Dhaka. Among them a handsome amount of population is women. These slum women are considered as poorest of the : Md.
Abdullah Al Helal, Sharmin Islam, Md. Mahbubur Rahman. Urban Poor Living in Slums A Case Study of Raipur City in India access to the city’s socio-economic system, often by forming communities of their own, in competition with facilities available in the slum areas.
To study the health and nutrition level of slum by: 3. ing “socio economic opportunity Index (SEOI)”. Methodology The selection of appropriate methodology is an imperative credential to mate-rialize the core objectives of the study.
A field survey was carried out in 15 sampled slums of Faisalabad. The aim of the Study was to quantify the socio economic dep-rivations of Slum population in File Size: KB.
of the urban areas in India, its developments and the changing economic environment. Posited upon these two hinges of the social construct of the urbanized areas and the economic construct of the urbanized areas, the primary focus of this paper will then be had, as the attention will turn to the peculiarities of both of these systems for Size: KB.
Das et."The Challenge of Slum Development in India: A Case Study of Meltala-Dasnagar Slum Area of Howrah Municipal Corporation", International Journal of Advanced System and Social. Essay on the Growth of Slums in Urban Areas of India. The distortion of the rural urban continuum during the British colonialism was manifested in terms of the segmentation of cities into blocks, wards and colonies, whereby people belonging to similar socio economic brackets, when newly migrated to urban centres, came to live together.
unorganised workers, civil society, Central Ministries and State Governments. Provision for adequate representation to persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, the Minorities and Women in the Board has been made.
The National Board would recommend the Central Government suitable schemes for different sections of. REVIEW OF LITERATURE The literature pertaining to the study on ‘Health and Nutritional Status of Women and Preschool Children in Urban Slums of Kochi’ is reviewed under following heads: Slums Definition Slum population Characteristics of slums Health and nutritional status of women Nutritional statusFile Size: KB.
Basic necessities have to be provided to more than one crore slum dweller in different urban areas in the country. This scheme is part of the minimum needs programme. The National Council for Applied Economic Research has been given the task of assessing the impact of slums improvement on the lives of slum dwellers.
To the question of ‘what is a slum’ Slum Area (Improvement Clearance) Act,enacted by the Central Government of India has given a clear definition; a slum has been defined as “Any predominantly residential area, where the dwellings which by reason of dilapidation, overcrowding, faulty arrangement of design, lack of ventilation, light or sanitary facilities or any combination of.
health care institutions in the slum areas. The existence of health institutions is the manifestation of social change including socio-economic and socio-political development.
In this light, the slum dwellers have in turn, developed a sense of direction in fulfilling their health needs ~epending. The book discusses process, patterns and problems of urbanization, prevalence and incidence of urban poverty, conditions of slums in India and Haryana, initiatives undertaken by government of India for solving slum problems, socio-economic conditions of slum dwellers in the slums and possible causes of inter-household differences in income and Author: Laxmi Narayan.
Slums and Deprivation in Urban Areas. Asses the nature and magnitude of slums in metropolitan cities in Indian Describe the measures for slum improvement. Define Urbanization and discuss its consequences with regard to slum, sanitation & hygiene.
P Slum definition. The definition of what constitutes a slum, like that which constitutes an urban area more generally (Dorélien et al., ), differs by country (United Nations, ), state (Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, ) and even city (O’Hare et al., ).Recent research has also indicated that slums may be more heterogeneous than is often assumed (Goli et al Cited by: Women Workers in Unorganized Sector in India: Problems And Prospects Sultania, () conducted a study at micro-level in the major parts of Jaipur city on the women workers The objectives of the study were: 1.
To know the socio- economic background of women construction and domestic Size: 44KB. The study has two objectives: first, to provide a better understanding about the environmental facilities and quality of life of the slum poor in Rajshahi city; and second, to illustrate whether.
urban areas with population over 5 million (till they were Mumbai, Calcutta, Delhi and Madras) had, in average, per cent slum population in as compared to 18 per cent in cities less than one million population (Figure 1).
Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) is presently the largest urban agglomeration in India. To rehabilitate the slums of west zone of surat city as well as to become a west zone slum free. The following objectives are framed for the study. To study the existing scenario and socio-economics of slums of west zone of city Surat.
To recognize issues facing rehabilitation of slum in the study area. Slums and Urban Development: Questions on Society and Globalisation JEAN-CLAUDE BOLAY The slum is not only a manifestation of mismanaged urban planning in the countries of the South. The existence of slums worldwide is also a sign that the slum is a crucial element of contemporary urbanisation.
This articleCited by:. Informal Economy and Women's Work. Women and the NREGA, (), ISST (Delhi) This study sponsored by ILO aims to analyse National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) from the gender perspective with reference to strengthening of rural infrastructure through creation of durable assets, regeneration of natural resources that would provide the livelihood resource base of local rural .4.
Pakistani government and local authorites do not have enough money to spend and improve the city. 5. Most people who live and work in Shanty towns do not pay tax (black market/ informal sector) 6. Karachi attracts many MNCs but some do not follow ethical code of conduct =.
01/10/ Centre for Global Development Research; While analyzing the data and information on socio-economic conditions of slum dwellers in selected localities of Delhi NCR, the principal objective of the proposed study is to prepare a framework of social cost benefit analysis to evaluate alternative strategies aimed at developing the India’s capital in to a World Class Model City .