Regional Disparities Using Population as a Criteria a Case Study of South Karnataka

Authors

  • M. D. Rathnamma Research Scholar, Department of Geography, Bangalore University, Bengaluru, India
  • M. J. Abhishek Faculty, Department of Geography, Bangalore University, Bengaluru, India
  • D. Ashok Professor, Department of Geography, Bangalore University, Bengaluru, India

Keywords:

Demography, Deccan Plateau, Geospatial Technology, Census and Cultural

Abstract

Region is having physical and cultural characteristics together and forms a unique identity. It is easy to reduce the disparities but it is difficult to overcome this. Human interaction can be seen everywhere, the impact of demographic elements in the regional disparities are more. The distribution of population equally in all the regions is a difficult task. There are many factors are playing a vital role in the distribution of the population in the regions. The larger geographical area may be having a small unit of population and the smaller geographical area may be having a large population. Karnataka is located in the Deccan Plateau, the study area has been chosen using the revenue and administration division of Karnataka. Bengaluru and Mysuru division has been taken for the research purpose, it is consists of 17 districts. The objective of the paper is to understand the Regional disparities using population as one of the important criteria. The secondary data have been used to do the research, data have been collected through various sources such as government departments, publications, census boards and others. Geospatial technology is used to prepare the maps and some statistical applications are also used to process the data. The analysis and the result further can be used for preparing regional plans.

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Published

01-12-2021

How to Cite

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M. D. Rathnamma, M. J. Abhishek, and D. Ashok, “Regional Disparities Using Population as a Criteria a Case Study of South Karnataka”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 156–160, Dec. 2021.

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