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Growth of population change in drought – prone Tahsils of Jalgaon district, Maharashtra, India

Author: 
Dr. Badge, R.J.
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

The rate at which the population exceeds over a particular time affects the natural equilibrium of the region. The growth rate gives sign of the causes which may be the reasons such exceeding growth rate if any. The growth of the regions shows wide disparity on a whole. In this paper the present study reveals the tahsil wise growth of population in the study region during 1991-2011. Jamner is the first largest tahsil regarding the geographical area and Chalisgaon second largest tahsil in respect of population in the study region. It has studied on the basis census Hand book of Jalgaon district for 9 drought prone Tahsils during 1991 and 2011. The secondary data have been collected and computed by recent research techniques and the results have been brought through tables and maps. About 21.2 per cent (4.4 lakhs) of the study region’s population resides in the urban areas as against 42.04 percent (4.10 Crores) for Maharashtra. Growth rate of population in the study area is 10.59 percent where Maharashtra State’s population growth rate is 16.01 per cent during the 2011.Chalisgaon tahsil is the biggest population of 394600 and constitutes about 28.4 per cent of total population of the study region. The growth rate of the study region is 10.59 percent and found equal in all Tahsils in 2001-2011and 11.59 per cent in 1991-2001.The highest growth rate of Muktainagar tahsil is 19.4 per cent in 1991-2001and 10.54 per cent in 2001-2011 and followed by, Jamner, Bhadgaon and Erandol tahsils 18.0 % 11.3 % and 11.0 % respectively. The lowest growth rate comes from the Chalisgaon, Amalner and Dharangaon tahsils which is 8.4 %, 8.8 % and 9.6 % respectively. The results have been discussed with the help of population growth rate refers to the change in population growth rate over a unit time period, often expressed as a percentage of the number of individuals in the population, at the beginning of that period.

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