"Causes Of Energy Crisis In Indian Rural And Urban Areas" Essays and Research Papers

  • Causes Of Energy Crisis In Indian Rural And Urban Areas

    11th January 2013 This report in order to your assignment task regarding to the Main Causes Of “Pollution In Urban And Rural Areas”.Kindly go through the report thoroughly and give feedback accordingly. T.A “MAIN CAUSES OF POLLUTION IN URBAN AND RURAL AREASCAUSES OF LAND POLLUTION: [pic] REASON: ...

    Groundwater, Noise pollution, Pollution 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • Diets in Urban and Rural Areas

    healthy lifestyle? Living in different places such as urban or rural areas would be a factor on how they determine their lifestyle. People in the developed countries are more informed about living in a healthy lifestyle which make their life healthier and fitter than the people in the undeveloped countries, whereas people in Malaysia who live in an urban area are more aware and concern about living in a healthy way and the people who live in a rural area should be educated and well-informed about their...

    City, Epidemiology, Health 1125  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cause and Effect of People Migrating from Rural Areas to Urban Areas

    trend of people migrating from rural dwellings to urban area in search of an earning, better education or may be due to environmental degradation in rural areas. Even, political conflicts, wars, and income disparities among and within regions may also be a motivating factor which results in migration whether international or national. Whatever may be the reasons, migration is a very common phenomenon nowadays in most of the cities. Recent studies reveal that the urban population is increasing day...

    City, Health care, Human migration 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    An energy crisis is any great bottleneck) (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. In popular literature though, it often refers to one of the energy sources used at a certain time and place. Causes Market failure is possible when monopoly manipulation of markets occurs. A crisis can develop due to industrial actions like union organized strikes and government embargoes. The cause may be over-consumption, aging infrastructure, choke point disruption or bottlenecks at...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy policy 2147  Words | 7  Pages

  • Urban Areas Modify Climates

    To what extent do urban areas modify their climate? Urban areas climate is often significantly different to the surrounding rural areas, this is why urban areas are often described as having their own “micro climate” the differences in urban climates are due to number of different factors. Urban areas often experience a phenomenon known as a heat island, this is a zone of hot air around and above an urban area which has higher temperatures than the surrounding rural areas consequently cities tend...

    Air pollution, City, Fog 1008  Words | 3  Pages

  • energy crisis

    Energy crisis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about energy crises in general. For other uses, see Oil crisis. This article is outdated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. (January 2010) An energy crisis is any great bottleneck (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. In popular literature though, it often refers to one of the energy sources used at a certain time and...

    1973 oil crisis, Energy conservation, Energy crisis 2091  Words | 6  Pages

  • rural development policies vs urban development policies

    growth by implementing both rural and urban development strategies simultaneously, as they converge towards the advancement of the entire country where all citizens of the country benefit from government policy. This essay encompasses three different cases. In Case 1, we outline the various rural development strategies and assess the impact of any developing nation favouring rural development policies over urban biased policies. Then, in Case 2, we list possible urban-biased policies that governments...

    City, Developing country, Economic development 2022  Words | 6  Pages

  • pollution in urban in rural homes

    Indoor pollution sources that release gases or particles into the air are the primary cause of indoor air quality problems in homes. Inadequate ventilation can increase indoor pollutant levels by not bringing in enough outdoor air to dilute emissions from indoor sources and by not carrying indoor air pollutants out of the home. High temperature and humidity levels can also increase concentrations of some pollutants. It is stated in “1)edugreen.teri” that Air pollutants consist of gaseous pollutants...

    Air pollution, Air Quality Index, Dust 803  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural and Urban

    RURAL AND URBAN Imagine that all people live in villages or they all live in cities. How would the life be if people lived the same lifestyle? A proverb in Yemen says,” Being rural is the best color of lifestyle.’’ In which is meant living in villages is better than living in cities. Well, there is no doubt that life in villages is so beautiful, and very interesting indeed, but at the same there are people who prefer to live in metropolitan cities and this is due to their lust of living...

    City, Developed environments, Education 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • energy crisis

    biggest issue is the Energy Crises, Pakistan is going to dark Day by Day it all about our youth Because they are not focusing about Pakistan and its genuine Issue and Do not searching the solution to solve all crises and not looking-after the Pakistan. If we will not appear to get the solution about the crises of Pakistan but I’m saying very sadly that we should have the Importance of the Pakistan Issue. Because of the Energy Crisis we are facing many crises just becauseof the energy, Like CNG, Production...

    Coal, Energy development, Fossil fuel 2195  Words | 6  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    Energy crises The growing menace of electricity and gas load shedding, combined with constantly rising electricity & gas tariffs has mushroomed into a grave national crisis. It has not only been affecting the trade and industry, development and construction, education and administration gravely, but has also seriously impeded the progress of the whole national life. In spite of higher authorities’ claims of narrowing the gap between energy demand and supply, the ground situation is showing a...

    Alternative energy, Energy crisis, Energy development 1494  Words | 6  Pages

  • Economic Development in Urban Areas

    to big cities. This migration from rural areas to big cities is called urbanization. There are two kinds of factors why rural people seek for urban life. The first one is urban pull factor. They dream for higher wages, better housing and utilities, better school and hospital, more jobs opportunity, and more experience that they can get it all from a living in big cities as they think. The second one is urban push factor. We know that most of rural areas people are farmers. There’s not much...

    City, Cycle of poverty, Metropolitan area 1743  Words | 4  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences

      | Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Causes and Consequences SYNOPSIS: 1) Introduction 2) Present energy picture of Pakistan3) Causes behind the energy crisis in Pakistan a. Poor energy planning b. Non use of alternative energy resources c. Rely on quick fixes to solve the crisis d. Politicization of mega projects e. Unchecked Energy theft 4) Consequences of energy crisis on Pakistan A) Economic Flight of capital Shrinking Foreign Direct Investment Closure of industry Severe blow...

    Alternative energy, Economy, Electricity generation 1563  Words | 6  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    A global energy crisis is defined as any great shortfall in the supply of energy to an economy. Energy is oil, electricity, or other natural resources like coal and natural gas. When the energy supply to an economy becomes endangered or scarce, prices raise to record highs. This paper will cover historical events that caused energy crises in the past, recent events that affect today's energy prices, and what is being done and proposed to lessen the United State's dependence on some forms of non-renewable...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Gasoline 910  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban and Rural

    Difference between Rural and Urban Life: |SR .NO |Rural Life |Urban life | |1 |Environment: Close / direct contact with nature. |Greater isolation from nature. Predominance of manmade | | |Preliminaries influenced by natural environmental |(artificial environment). | | |elements like rain, heat, drought, frost, sow...

    City, Émile Durkheim, Population 625  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban Conservation

    10 URBAN ENVIRONMENT Suneel Pandey, Shaleen Singhal, Pragya Jaswal, and Manraj Guliani Great cities are planned and grow without any regard for the fact that they are parasites on the countryside, which must somehow supply food, water, air, and degrade huge quantities of wastes. —Eugene Odum Six to seven million people are added annually to urban India. At the beginning of this millennium, 285 million Indians lived in its nearly 4400 towns and cities (Census 2001)...

    City, Developed environments, Metropolitan area 1340  Words | 6  Pages

  • urban transport in Indian cities

    Urban Transport in Indian Cities A peak of rush hour commuters at Churchgate, a terminus for one of Mumbai’s main suburban train lines contributing to the nearly 6.5 million people feeding in and out of the city daily. Urban travel in Indian cities predominantly happens through walking, cycling and public transport, including intermediate public transport (IPT). Despite high growth rates of motorised two wheelers and cars in the last two decades (15 per cent and 10 per cent per annum respectively)...

    Bus, Commuter rail, Light rail 2158  Words | 6  Pages

  • Homeless in the Rural Areas of the Philippiens

    Homeless in the Rural Areas of the Philippines “The strength of a nation derives from integrity of a home. - Confucius” This quote emphasized that a home is significant for a nation. In a proper house or home values and moral starts and it is a basic foundation of the state. Therefore having a home will have an impact to a nation. In recent decades, Homeless is a major problem of states worldwide. (Shelter 2.0 2015) In a report, 100 million people are considered homeless.(Capdevilla 2005) Most...

    Dan West, Heifer International, Homelessness 895  Words | 4  Pages

  • INDIAN URBANISATION

    INDIAN URBANISATION History According to Indus valley civilisation, their urbanisation was well planned, structured colonies, Grid plan , water supply system , waste water management system were awesome. We can compare only our new developed apartments, societies, flats, duplexes etc by Indus valley city plan. For the census of india 2011 , the definition of urban area is as follows : All places with a municipalty , corporation , cantonement board or notified area committe etc. Other places...

    City, Indus Valley Civilization, Recycling 850  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Essay: Electricity crisis in Pakistan their impacts causes and possible solutions Energy is physical quantity that describes the amount of work that can be done by a force. Energy is a basic need of every work done it can be obtained from many sources. Their are two types of energies Renewable which can be regenerated and non renewable which cannot be regenerated An energy crisis is any shortfall in the supply of energy resource to an economy of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy policy 924  Words | 3  Pages

  • Deployment of ATM in Rural Areas Leading to Growth in the Indian ATM Industry

    ATMs In Rural Areas Is Poised To Lead To The Next Level Of Growth In Indian ATM Industry: Ken Research Mounting growth of white-label ATM terminals especially in rural areas and a stronger emphasis on financial inclusion will lead to increased installations of ATMs in the country in the future New Delhi: 02/09/2013- ATM’s have gained significance as a delivery channel for banking transactions in India. Rising economic development, rise in the income levels (especially in the urban areas) and the...

    Automated teller machine, Bank, Banking 792  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    Selection of Topic: Energy Crisis is a shortfall in or interruption to the provision of energy supplies. The planet is progressively marching towards a serious electric energy crisis, owing to an escalating desire of electric energy becoming greater than its supply. We have always accepted that the energy we make use of each day is not unrestricted, still we take it for granted. Coal, petroleum, electrical power, even water has inadequate availability. Nevertheless, we have not taken sufficient...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy economics 2112  Words | 6  Pages

  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan

    Energy Crisis in Pakistan “What does ‘LOL’ stand for in Pakistan? ‘Lots-of-Loadshedding’.” [Introduction] Pakistan is energy-deficient. How can one imagine an active and prosperous human being short on blood? Life is hard without sufficient blood running up and down the veins, pumped by the heart round the clock. Pakistan has failed to contain its energy crisis; failing to increase supply proportionately and conserving demand. In 1980s, it met 86% of its demand; come 2000s, situation is getting...

    Alternative energy, Coal, Energy development 1569  Words | 5  Pages

  • Characteristics Of Urban And Rural

    http://www.friendsmania.net/forum/b-com-part-1-pakistan-studies-notes/27009.htm Q.3. Describe the differences between the rural and urban societies in Pakistan.  Rural Societies Pakistan is an agriculture country and 80% of its people form the rural population of the country. The villages, towns and small cities form the rural areas of Pakistan. Their main profession is cultivation اِصلاح and ploughing. The entire population of Pakistan is scattered and resides in villages, towns and big cities...

    City, Developed environments, Population 1501  Words | 6  Pages

  • To What Extent Do You Agree That an Outflow of Rural Young People to the Urban Areas Has an Adverse Effect on the Rural Areas in the Developing Countries? Explain Your Answer.

    agree that an outflow of rural young people to the urban areas has an adverse effect on the rural areas in the developing countries? Explain your answer. In developing countries, the rural areas are those places that have poor living conditions and the main occupation in farming. The people there have little access to proper education and healthcare facilities. Also, as farmers, their income is very low and unstable, because of the seasonal harvest. Some of the rural villagers may be even facing...

    Agriculture, City, Crime 787  Words | 3  Pages

  • energy crisis

     Global energy crisis By Irshad Ali Sodhar (FSP) Outline 1. Introduction  2. What is energy crisis? 3. Share of energy resources in energy supply  a) Non-renewable  b) Renewable 4. World consumption distribution  5. World production distribution  6. Causes of crises  a) Surge in demand  b) Resource nationalism – tighter supply c) Political uncertainty  d) Lack of diversity 7. Impact of crises  a) Economy  b) Politics  c) Development 8. Environmental concerns  9...

    Alternative energy, Energy development, Fossil fuel 2108  Words | 7  Pages

  • Understanding Rural Consumer Behaviour Tapping the Future Market

    UNDERSTANDING RURAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR : TAPPING THE FUTURE MARKET SHWETA Email – shweta.esha@gmail.com 1. INTRODUCTION It is widely acclaimed that India is one of the largest consumer market in the world. Estimation signs that the Indian consumer market is likely to grow four times by 2025. (McKinsey Report - 'The Rise of Indian Consumer Market'). India's overall retail sector is expected to rise to US$ 833 billion by 2013 and to US$ 1.3 trillion by 2018, at a Compound Annual Growth...

    Business, City, Economy of India 1376  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rural Area

    LADI AND CHIKOR LADI AND CHIKOR is backward village in India. It comes in rural area. Firstly I want to give description about ladi and chikor: -  Population:- Near 2000  Electricity & transportation& education Ladi & chikor’s people are fight with lack of electricity, lack of good road, Lack of education. There are 90 % people are uneducated lots of people are depend on Agriculture...

    City, Employment, Health care 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Poverty and Rural Areas

    percent in 2003, the poverty rate in 2006 increased to practically where it was at the beginning of the millennium at 32.9 percent. Poverty has remained mostly unchanged and has also continued to be a predominantly rural phenomenon, with three out of every four persons found in the rural areas. The outlook looks even bleaker if the Philippine economy continues to grow at the same pace as it did in the last decade or so. It will take more than 17 years for half of the poor to exit poverty even if the per...

    Economic growth, Inflation, Millennium Development Goals 2593  Words | 7  Pages

  • Gas and Energy Crisis

    INTRODUCTION Energy has a very big importance in the development of any country. Unfortunately, our country is facing a big crisis of Energy since last few years. And we are very keen to find some renewable method to produce energy which would be cheapest, durable and ecological. One of such method is “Bio-Gas’’ power plants. Energy is one of the major inputs for the economic development of any country. In the case of the developing countries, the energy sector assumes a critical importance in...

    Biogas, Carbon dioxide, Compressed natural gas 886  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban Versus Rural Living

    September 2012 Urban versus Rural Living People all over the United States decide on a daily basis on where they want to live. First off people have to understand what defines rural from urban. The United States Census Bureau classifies an urban environment as having a population density of at least one thousand people per square mile. Any area surrounding those census blocks with a population density of five hundred or fewer people per square mile are classified as rural (U.S. Census Bureau)...

    Census, City, Population 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Proposal for Renewable Energy Systems with Application to Rural Area in Asia by Buku Raz

    Proposal for Renewable Energy Systems with application to Rural Area in Asia by Buku Raz Abstract This study is based on optimization and simulation modelling of renewable energy system in rural area in India. The model we have designed provides an optimal system configuration based on hour-by-hour data for energy availability and demands. This model produces a minimum cost design for an energy system as well as the capacities of each technology. This tells us how to configure the system...

    Energy development, Fossil fuel, Natural gas 2269  Words | 6  Pages

  • Peak Oil and Energy Security

    ENERGY SECURITY Energy security means having access to the requisite volumes of energy at affordable prices in association with national security and the availability of natural resources for energy consumption. From the perspective of a government concerned and the management of strategic interests, energy security implies energy policies and standby measures that can be implemented in the event of a supply disruption—and at a cost that its citizens consider reasonable. Such measures include energy...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy economics 2110  Words | 6  Pages

  • Demand for Consumer Durables in Rural Areas

    DURABLES IN RURAL MARKET (A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE DISTRICT) The Indian consumer durables segment can be segregated into consumer electronics (LCDs,LED’s,Ctv’s, home theater systems,etc.) and consumer appliances (white goods) like refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, microwave ovens, dishwashers and small home appliances. Television, Refrigerator and Air-conditioner have penetration of around 25 per cent, 17 per cent & 4 per cent respectively in the rural .  CONSUMER...

    Air conditioner, Economics, Economy 762  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural India Report

    Rural India 2012 A Market Report By Vijya Research and Advisory Contents I. II. Introduction and Methodology Knowing the Rural IndiaPopulation Child Population Migration Literacy Employment Social Set up of Rural India III. Rural Economy Industries IV. Rural Income and Spending Rural Income Where rural India does spends? Rural Asset Ownership V. Roads Electricity Telecom Internet Post Office Finance VI. Living Condition in Rural India Rural Infrastructure Water and Sanitation Housing...

    City, Demography, Developed environments 1521  Words | 5  Pages

  • Urban bias as a major impediment to rural development

    Urban bias has been presented as a major impediment to rural development because it perpetrates discriminatory policies which create and perpetuate disparities between urban and rural areas and consequently the development of urban areas at the expense of rural areas. This paper examines how urban bias, to a large extent, is the major impediment to rural development owing to its skewed policies and to down development approaches. Urban bias proponents, chief among them Lipton (1977), argue that...

    City, Cycle of poverty, Economic development 1601  Words | 5  Pages

  • Crime in Urban Areas

    relativism, religious decline. Poverty ’causes’ crime in general in the same way that pornography causes sex crimes and television violence causes violence by children: it is a predispositive condition. If the family life could be strengthened, raise the living standard, instill character values this could have an impact on lowering the crime rate. In my research on crime in urban areas versus crime in the suburban areas; I predict that people who live in urban areas will have a much higher crime rate...

    Crime, Crime data, Crime statistics 1672  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    Title: Energy crisis and solutions in transport sector Student Name: Yina Tan Student Number: 1012251 Module Tutor: Peter Wells & Paul Nieuwenhuis Assignment Lengths: 1864 words Submission Date: 10/11/2010 Introduction This assignment mainly focuses on the fiercest problem human beings encountered presently—energy crisis. Then it has explained the 3 factors resulting in this severe scenario, containing soaring population, economy growth as well as disparity and imbalance between energy consumption...

    Alternative energy, Energy development, Natural gas 2237  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural vs. Urban

    Rural Community vs. Urban Community Some people prefer the hustle and bustle of the city life while others prefer the relaxed and laid back life of the country. Living in a rural community and living in an urban community are completely different. Most people have their preference of where they would like to live. Your lifestyle will always be influenced by the society in which you choose to live. Some people find a rural life boring while other people find an urban life too chaotic. To some...

    City, Developed environments, Population 775  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    DISCUSSION: TOPIC: ENERGY CRISES: Cause Of Energy Crisis In Pakistan: Energy is now the talk of town in Pakistan. Starting from house wives, traders, businessmen, students, ministers all the victims of the shortage of energy. Karachi the biggest city experiencing up to 12 hours load shedding in peak hot weather and during the board exams are on the way. Every body now became the expert of energy and all the figures are on finger tips. some time the shortage is 200 MW some time 2500 MW. energy admin seriously...

    Coal, Electricity generation, Energy conservation 818  Words | 3  Pages

  • energy crisis in pakistan

    Energy Crisis in Pakistan -Introduction. Exhausting of Energy Resources of the world . Shortage of energy in Pakistan. Leading Factors. Govt. Initiatives to abate energy crisis-Kinds of Energy.Renewable*Wind*Sunlight.Non Renewable*Petroleum*Gas*Coal*Nuclear Energy-Energy Crisis in Pakistan.Electricity Short fall.Gas Load-shedding-Causes of Energy Crisis .Circular Debt.Inefficient Management .Governance Issue.Corruption .Stealing of Energy-Implication on Economy.Textile Industry .Cottage Industry...

    Energy development, Non-renewable resource, Nuclear power 1759  Words | 3  Pages

  • To what extent do urban areas modify their climate?

    Amelia Scotney ‘To what extent do urban areas modify their climate?’ – 40 marks. Cities create their own microclimates and their sites are almost always warmer, compared to a nearby rural location, than if the city were not there. The differences in urban climates are due to a number of different factors. The Urban Heat Island effect is known as the zone of hot air that develops over the urban areas and consequently higher temperatures than the surrounding rural area. Temperatures progressively decline...

    Atmosphere, City, Global warming 1094  Words | 3  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    nine states in northern India on Monday. There are now worries that the power crisis may stifle India's growth. "Energy is like blood in your veins. It is as vital as that to the economic growth," Rajiv Kumar, secretary general of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), tells the BBC. "If there is a shortage of blood, you can't function - similarly if there is a shortage of energy, the economy can't work." 'Hide behind the numbers' India's Ministry of Power...

    Electricity generation, Five-year plan, Five-Year Plans of China 1064  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pakistan Rural and Urban Community

    Anthropology Pakistani Rural and Urban Community: Comparing Family and Kinship Systems. People in Pakistan are greatly trilingual and most people living here are Muslims. They respect their customs and traditions and closely follow family values. Most people are living as joint family systems along with their kinsmen, with exceptions choosing the nuclear way of life. Kinship is a relationship between any entities that share a genealogical origin, through biological, cultural, or historical...

    Anthropology, Arranged marriage, Consanguinity 2615  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Energy Crisis of the 1970's

    The Energy Crisis of the 1970's In October of 1973 the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) inflicted an oil embargo on the Unites States of America. This was the outcome of our support to the Israeli nation during a time of need. This embargo damaged the U.S. economy so greatly that many were unsure if the country would escape such devastation. In the early 1970's under President Nixon's order, the United States of America began shipping arms to its ali Israel. At this...

    1973 oil crisis, Diesel fuel, Gasoline 1210  Words | 4  Pages

  • Briefing paper on rural housing

    paper on Rural Housing Statement Britain has experienced a series of affordable housing crisis in the early 1980s and early 1990s (Bramley, 1994). As Andrew Stonell (2010) stated “Localism works-all over the country there are villages very keen to have low-cost housing for local people and they are prevented by the planning system from having it.” This briefing paper refutes Stonell’s claim and is written to the North Eastern Farming and Rural Advisory Network, which is one of new Rural and Farming...

    City, Local Development Frameworks, Local government 1477  Words | 5  Pages

  • Urban vs. Rural Education

    Colgate is a virtual mecca for this area. So a double standard is evident: the presence of a relatively prestigious college is no doubt an inspiration to local students; but the reality of the matter is - how many of these youths could, and would, achieve a college diploma? And so for the research paper, my selected topic would explore the relationship between the rural poor and education. But more specifically, having read the Hallway Hangers, how do poor, rural youths differ in their educational...

    Article, City, Education 1403  Words | 4  Pages

  • energy crisis

    ENERGY CRISIS INTRODUCTION 1. An energy crisis is any great shortfall (or price rise) in the supply of energy resources to an economy. It usually refers to the shortage of oil and additionally to electricity or other natural resources. The crisis often has effects on the rest of the economy, with many recessions being caused by an energy crisis in some form. In particular, the production costs of electricity rise, which raises manufacturing costs. For the consumer, the price of gasoline (petrol)...

    Alternative energy, Electric power, Electricity generation 2081  Words | 6  Pages

  • Differences Between Urban and Rural Settlements

    URBAN: • The number of residents is increasingly more in an urban area. • The density of human-established structures is high in the case of an urban area. • Cities and towns constitute urban areas. • It is interesting to note that natural resources and artificial resources develop rapidly in urban areas or in other words it can be said that the areas characterized by natural growth of resources flourish into urban areas. Urban areas are subjected to a process called urbanization. Vegetation...

    City, Developed environments, Metropolitan area 1658  Words | 5  Pages

  • Visiting a Rural Area

    VISIT IN A RURAL AREA Prepared forMr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor Course Instructor: Bangladesh Studies Prepared byMd. Tamzidur Rahman Roll-05 Section-A Batch-BBA 19th Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka March 6, 2013 1|Page Letter of Transmittal March 6, 2013 Mr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka. Sir, Here is the assignment on ‘Visit in a rural area’ that I prepared for our...

    City, Rural area, Rural economics 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Urbanization and Rural Migrants

    The process in which an increasing proportion of the population live in cities/urban areas. Urban growth: Increase in population size and/or physical size of the towns, cities and other larger urban settlements in a country or a region. Process whereby settlements grow in terms of population number and/or physical size Megacity: A giant metropolis with a population of at least 10 million Slums: A residential area that is physically and socially deteriorated and in which satisfactory family life...

    City, Population, Poverty 1951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain How Urban Heat Islands Develop? to What Extent Uhi Influence

    The term ‘urban heat island’ refers to the localized increase in temperature associated with an urban area. The UHI is an example of unintentional climate modification when urbanization changes the characteristics of the earth’s surface and atmosphere. It was observed that the UHI effect might result in minimum urban temperatures being 5-6° greater than the surrounding countryside. In the case of London, mean annual temperature was 11°C, while the surrounding countryside was 9.6°C and the suburbs...

    City, Climate change, Energy 1415  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Consumer Market

    UIC ASSIGNMENT ON THE INDIAN CONSUMER MARKET SUBMITTED BY: SONAKSHI RATHI SECTION – H Introduction Consumer is the one who purchases a final product manufactured by a company, for resale purpose or for final consumption. The Indian consumer market is one of the most promising markets in the world, evolving faster than ever across all socioeconomic strata, regions and town classes. Post liberalization Indians have seen a tremendous increase in incomes, multiple income households, exposure...

    Business, Fast moving consumer goods, Good 1998  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural Are and Urban Area

    more resources and education. However, rural area also has indispensable characters. In this essay, I will show you three differences between urban and rural areas based on my personal experience. Contrast Between Urban and Rural Areas After entering the college, I have broadened my insights about the world by contacting with urban areas and thereby observing a number of differences between cities and rural areas. As a child growing up in a primitive rural village, I was told to study in a city to...

    City, Developed environments, Metropolitan area 621  Words | 2  Pages

  • Energy Crisis-a Global Warning

    most important source of our modern civilization is energy. Energy is in everything.It comes in different forms — heat (thermal), light (radiant), mechanical, electrical, chemical, and nuclear energy. The use of energy has been a key in the development of the human society by helping it to control and adapt to the environment. Managing the use of energy is inevitable in any functional society. In the industrialized world the development of energy resources has become essential for agriculture, transportation...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Energy security 1484  Words | 4  Pages

  • Overpopulation: Demography and Urban Areas

    of decreased death rate, increased birth rate and migration to urban areas. Sub-Topics | Topic Sentence | Decrease death rates. | Decreased death rate is a characteristic used in determining over population in Trinidad and Tobago. | Increase in birth rates. | Another feature employed in determining overpopulation in Trinidad and Tobago is increased birth rates. | Migration to urban areas. | Finally, migration to urban areas is another aspect of determining overpopulation in Trinidad and...

    Demographic economics, Demography, Life expectancy 714  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Insurance

    business in rural India, both among the rural wealthy and the not-so-wealthy, and most firms in the business are actually ahead of targets laid down by the sector’s regulator, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, or Irda. The companies claim that apart from helping them grow sales in locations outside the near-saturated urban markets, this strategy also helps them maintain their profitability at existing levels—which means that rural policies are as profitable as urban ones. “Rural and social...

    Business, City, Economics 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • Different Solutions to Poverty in Urban Areas

    Different solutions to poverty in urban areas 1. Introduction: Poverty can be defined in two ways, which are absolute poverty and relative poverty. In terms of absolute poverty, Murray (2004:2) suggests that the lack of an adequate income and cannot gain access to basic necessities to provide for basic human needs-food, clothing, warmth and shelter- are a clear indication of poverty. In a relative way, there was an assumption that a certain standard of living was normal, and that those living below...

    Africa, Cycle of poverty, Malnutrition 1357  Words | 5  Pages

  • Energy Crisis

    GLOBAL ENERGY CRISIS: THEN AND NOW Global Energy Crisis: Then and Now Introduction The world today faces an energy crisis. The world is dependent on certain natural resources like oil and natural gas that are quickly depleting. These resources are being imported from countries that have the ability to set higher prices due to demand (Nef 1977). Because of this, the world faces a great recession, and like Britain in the second half of the 16th century, we need to find alternative sources...

    Energy crisis, Energy development, Hydrocarbon 1125  Words | 4  Pages

  • Emerging trends in Rural Areas & Effective marketing strategy for Rural Marketing

    Marketing in Rural India What is market? Answer to this question is, According to Philip Kotler “Market is a set of existing and potential customers” and “Marketing is meeting needs profitability”. To do it effectively and efficiently one must need to identify target market on the basis of segmentation, targeting & positioning. In this recent scenario Rural India is emerging as a big hit target market. Total rural population in India as per latest analysis is 839082548.2 which contributes 70%...

    City, Ecology, India 1080  Words | 3  Pages

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