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Research Paper | Geography | India | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022
Analysis of Scheduled Castes Population in Ahmednagar District during 1971 to 2011
Abstract: Through India is emerging as a superpower, last four decades major change undergone in the socio-economic and demographic conditions of the country. But still, the Scheduled Castes community did not undergo a dynamic change in their socio-economic conditions. The present attempt has been made to investigate a spatio-temporal change in the population SC community in Ahmednagar district from 1971 to 2011. The result reveals that the Nagar tahsil shows less variation in the SC population (below 15000) followed by Newasa (between 15000 to 30000) as compared with other tahsils. Whereas Sangamner, Kopargaon, Shrirampur Rahuri, Shevgaon Shrigonda, and Karjat tahsils have been recorded the population change between 30000 to 45000 and in the reaming five tahsils, Akole, Pathardi, Parner, Jamkhed, and Rahata indicated the greater change in SC population (above 45000). There is a need for an hour focus on tahsils in which population increased for socio-economic development of SC community in Ahmednagar district.
Keywords: Scheduled Castes, Population, Spatio-temporal
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,
Pages: 1284 - 1287
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