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Analysis Study Research Paper | Urban and Regional Planning | India | Volume 12 Issue 8, August 2023 | Rating: 5.1 / 10


Migration and City Demographics - City Perspective and Emigration Pattern

Shilpa Muralidhar [2] | Rahul Bhatia | Aashima Kathpalia Bhatia


Abstract: "An Ideal Society Should be Mobile, Should be Full of Channels for Conveying a Change Taking Place in One Part to Other Parts" - Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Any society and city will evolve with the populational growth gradually, but MIGRATION from one village to town, town to city, city to metros has brought the demands and needs of that particular place to evolve overnight. Such impactful migration gives rise to city?s demographics development considering societal, physical, cultural, social, economic and political aspects. Any city can become an inspiration for human migration depending on the attraction of social needs, economic growth-employment opportunities, educational, healthcare benefits, sustainable and smart living standards. In this study the focus is on the city?s perspective and emigration pattern. We need to study, various factors effecting emigrant?s behavioural pattern post-process, Prerequisite of implementation for an inclusive planning, expectations and city?s reflection with its attributed perspectives; . Also highlight with case studies which can help and support the study deriving at valuable solutions, scenarios, adaptable ideas to decrease the impact on the city and its demographics. Major city impact on its demographics highlights the factors like-Urbanization, Urban Poverty, Urban wages rate, Urban job opportunity in excess and the drastic rural urban population displacement. There is significant hostility towards the migrant population in some countries and communities. The responsibility of Government at all levels to reverse this narrative and bring policy and benefits for both migrants and city. Hence characteristics of future migration should include: 1. Increasingly complex consequences of migration and displacement challenging traditional roles and responsibilities, 2. Economic migration increasingly shifting the demographics, 3. Climate change and 4. Increasing global talent for talented and skilled workers. 5. Period on depleting resources; We can develop good practices with many SDGs; goals and targets to implement which can enhance the Urban spatial development planning and management. Smart city term needs to be redefined for greater benefits of Migration and city demographic impact for a better inclusive tomorrow. Transition of inclusive city-the roadmap for long-term.


Keywords: perspectives, pattern, SDGs, depleting resources


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 8, August 2023,


Pages: 2428 - 2433


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