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Sahajapur, Socio-economic study of a West Bengal village.

Jyotiprasad Bhattacharjee

Sahajapur, Socio-economic study of a West Bengal village.

by Jyotiprasad Bhattacharjee

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Published by [Sri Bidyut Ranjan Bose] in Santiniketan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Rural,
  • Villages -- India

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesAgro-economic research centre, Visva-Bharati. Studies in rural change, Studies in rural change
    The Physical Object
    Pagination145 p.
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16643418M

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Sahajapur, Socio-economic study of a West Bengal village by Jyotiprasad Bhattacharjee Download PDF EPUB FB2

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A Study On Socio-Economic Condition Of Self Help Group Members At Village Warishpur, West Bengal Badsha Pal M.A. in Geography, NET Qualified, Assistant Teacher of Aurangabad High School (H.S.), West Bengal I.

INTRODUCTION A Self Help Group is a village-based financial intermediary committee usually composed of local women. niarbylbaycafe.com: Pattern Change In Agricultural Land Productivity: A Socio-Economic Study In Burdwan District Of West Bengal, India (): Nirmalendu Sarkar: Books.

Orissa and West Bengal A. Centre 3. Trends of Consumption of Food and Food-grains in India J.P. Bhattacharya 4. Sahajapur: West Bengal (Socio -Economic Study of a Village) J.P. Bhattacharya and Associates 5. Working of Fair Price Shops in East India (Bihar and West Bengal) A. R Centre 6.

analyse the socio-economic structure of selected study area II. Sahajapur METHODOLOGY For the study, some secondary data (land use) were acquired from internet.

New Town project area map is collected from Bijon Bhaban, West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. Ranjana: a village in West Bengal; Re-building of the flood-affected villages in West Bengal; West Bengal; Development, devolution, and democracy: village discourse in West Bengal / G.K.

Lieten; Sahajapur: socio-economic study of a West Bengal village / by J. Bhattacharjee and associates. West Bengal has abundant natural resources of minerals and suitable agro-climatic conditions for agriculture, horticulture and fisheries. West Bengal also has a prosperous hinterland of some mineral rich states like Jharkhand, Bihar and Orissa.

Geographical advantage Because of its location, West Bengal offers definite advantage as. Socio-economic condition and political representation is an important indicator to measure the development level of any community. This paper is based on the secondary data.

The main objective of the study is to explore the socio-economic condition and political representation of. Life of Shankarpur. A Physical & Socio-Economic Case Study of the Coastal Erosion Affected Area of the Bay of Bengal Course B.A.

Author. Kuntal Guria (Author) Year Pages 35 Catalog Number V File size KB Language English Tags India Fishing industry Economic status Health and hygiene Agriculture Social condition Economic. will be to assess the present trends and patterns of urbanization in West Bengal and also to examine the relationship with the urbanization and human development index, which is an indicator of socio-economic development.

For the purpose of this study the secondary data. in urban India, West Bengal has about 14% of it and out of 13, notified slums, West Bengal's share is about 9%. 52% of the slums in West Bengal are located on a privately owned land.

about 69% of the slums in West Bengal - 86% notified and 61% non-notified - listed tap as. in urban India, West Bengal has about 14% of it and out of 13, notified slums, West Bengal's share is about 9%.

52% of the slums in West Bengal are located on a privately owned land. Study Area: The study area, Khayerbuni village is located in the southern portion of Birbhum District of West Bengal in India. The district of Birbhum lies between the latitudes of 23°23‟30"N and 24°35‟00"N and occupies the western parts of the state of West Bengal.

The eastern most. Impacts of Rural Labour Migration of South Bengal: A Case Study of Bankura and Purulia Districts of West Bengal, India. By Rajkumar Ghosh & Sibsankar Mal. Fakir Mohan University. Abstract- Labour migration is a pervasive feature of economic development. People mobility for temporary.

West Bengal, India Md. Ekramuddin Abstract A survey was conducted in 10 significant villages of Birbhum, an economically backward district of West Bengal to analyse the impact of small scale fish farming in the rural socio-economic aspect. 5 respondants from each village were interviewed providing a set of questionaries to obtain a clear view.

Of West Bengal has published a booklet on "The Next Level-Doing Business in Bengal: Faster Procedures, More Transparency" It lists all the initiatives that the Government have taken to make doing business in Bengal as easy as possible. The West Bengal Finance Act - Government of West Bengal Executive Summary of State Economic Review RURAL TOURISM AND IT’S IMPACT ON SOCIO- ECONOMIC CONDITION: EVIDENCE FROM WEST BENGAL, INDIA This study explores rural tourism in West Bengal, India.

Rural tourism promotes the local economy, socio-cultural changes and life style of the people residing around the to.

The survey instrument included questions on socio-economic aspects Cited by: 4. Social mobility among Dalit in West Bengal: A Study of the District in West Bengal the caste system in Bengal has managed to sustain its fact, the socio-economic status of the parents affected the socio-economic status of the sons.

Thus, there is every reason to believe that while the expansion of facilities. 4 PERFORMANCE ON KEY SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS WEST BENGAL September •The state‟s GDP grew at a CAGR of per cent between andto reach US$ billion.

•The tertiary sector continues to lead, contributing around per cent to the. The emergence of broad rural support in West Bengal for the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) is here studied through the history ( to present) of two villages in Burdwan district.

The focus is on the relationship between the dynamics of village politics and political and ideological changes of the larger polity.

Village. Pit Lakes and Socio-Economic Status: An Explorative Study in Raniganj Coal Field Area of West Bengal, India Madhabendra Sinha, Anjan Ray Chaudhury, Abhijit Dutta Abstract The studyexplores the potential beneficial effect of pit lake waters on the residents of its adjacent areas on Raniganj Coal Field (RCF) area of West Bengal state of India.understand the entrepreneurial activity among women, an analysis of their socio-economic status or condition is necessary.

The present study had been undertaken to assess a field based picture of women entrepreneurs of Katwa subdivision, Burdwan district of West Bengal is presented.Get data on Village/Town-wise Primary Census Abstract, - WEST BENGAL. It contains the details of No.

of Households, Population, population with age groupSC ST Population, Literate/Illiterate population, Total Workers/Main Workers/Marginal workers Population, Main Cultivator/Main Agriculture Laborers/ Main Household Industries/ Main Other Workers Population, Marginal Cultivator.