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A Geographical Study of Out Migration in Qila Ka Naglaa, Aligarh Disrtict- A Micro Level Study




Migrants, GDP, Poverty, Unemployment and Illiteracy


India is a country of multi-dimension whose economy is based on agriculture to support the 58.5 per cent people of the country and share the 17.14 per cent in the India’s GDP (World Bank report, 2014-15). 68.31 per cent people of the country are the rural resident to earn their livelihood from agriculture. But with growing population and meager amount of money raise the problem of migration, the movement of people from one area to another in search of jobs and employment from rural to urban areas. The process of migration is dependent on the amount of the availability of the job opportunity to pull the people from the rural areas. Out migration is more pronounced in rural areas for the young people in search of jobs in urban areas or metropolitan cities of the country. The present study like out migration in Qila Ka Naglaa, Aligarh district is based on the primary survey conducted on the basis of simple random sampling where data are enumerated to show the socio-economic condition of migrants including pattern of migration, educational status of migrants, health condition of the migrants, economic status of the migrants and family size of the migrants etc. The inferences draw on the basis of data collected through the primary survey pertaining to the study to show the increasing number of migrants’ day by day with the due cause of unemployment and poverty emerged by the unequal distribution of the land among the migrants.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I100104
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 10
Publication Date: 01/01/2020
Page(s): 146-150

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