Population distribution of Urban: A case study of Scheduled Caste residents in Telangana
Prof. B. Laxmaiah
Inhabitants, accumulation, sex ratio, literacy rate and marginalized communities
Scheduled caste population was used by the higher caste for their economics and social wealth and they have remained poor in the process. They were not touched by high Hindu caste people. Their touch was cautious as pollution. Economically scheduled caste people are the poorest among the poor. Untouchables were discriminated against socially, politically, economically, and culturally. There has been not much modification in socio-economic status. It is the fact that the study of spending expenditure pattern of scheduled caste is considered as a fairly reliable index of socioeconomic upliftment. It is needed for social renovation, preparation of manpower, and rapid development and also necessary for improvement in the quality of social life. Further, for societies like India where the layers of caste and pecking order often serve as obstacles for human being progress, cities also offer opportunities for upward mobility and incorporation. It is little wonder that India’s cities receive an enormous influx of people belonging to oppressed and marginalized communities. The present scheduled caste demographic study aims at dropping the obtainable gap. To make the study complete and more logical, both experimental and statistical methodologies have been applied for a special aspect of the study. The present work has been conducted with help of accessible census, reference material, reports, statistical data, and maps. The study has been conducted to willet the data covering a different aspect of demography formation. Telangana is the twelfth major state and the twelfth-most occupied state in India with a geographical area of 112,077 km2 (43,273 sq mi) and 35,193,978 residents as per the 2011 census. On 2 June 2014, the area was separated from the northwestern part of Telangana the newly formed 29th state with Hyderabad as its historic permanent capital. Preserve categories play an important role in Indian social studies. We very well knew that SC and ST are the reserve castes in India, after examination of all statistics of Telangana state, major highlights are finished that is obtainable below- points out that the policies of protection and positive inequity have been focusing on an allotment of land, housing sites
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 7

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