ACCESS OF BARE NECESSITIES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SANGLI DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA
Dr. Nanaware Dada Ramdas, Kumbhar Ajay Dattu
Assistant Professor, Deccan Education Society, Pune, Chintamanrao College of Commerce, Sangli â€“ 416 415(MH)
The present study examines that the sectorial inequalities in access of bare necessities to the people by the Bare Necessitates Index (BNI) of Sangli district at the tehsil level along with the sector. This is an innovative study for the Sangli district and it covered all ten tehsils along with sectorial i.e., rural and urban to the grassroots level analysis of BNI. The estimation of the Bare Necessitates Index (BNI) of the Sangli district is based on Census 2011 data. Main observations of this study, the BNI of Shirala and Walwa total, rural and urban has a high category, it all indicates that the better access of basic/bare necessities to total, rural and urban people. Overall estimation of Bare Necessities Index (BNI) of Sangli district total, rural as well as urban has a very low category. It treated access of bare necessities to total, rural as well as urban people are very low in Sangli district. Sectoral analysis of BNI indicates that the access of bare necessities to rural people is very low than urban people in Sangli district.
Keywords: BNI, Water Index, Sanitation Index, Housing Index, Micro-Environment Index, Other Facilities Index
Journal Name :
International Journal of Southern Economic Light (JSEL)
Published on : 2021-07-10