Urbanization In Arunachal Pradesh Of India: An Introspective Study Through Gini Concentration

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Dr. Ram Krishna Mandal , Dr. Mohammad Afsar Alam , Dr. Ravinesh Rohit Prasad & Dr. Sakul Kundra


Urbanization is characterized by the movement of people from small communities concerned solely with agriculture to other communities generally larger whose activities are primarily centered in trade, manufacture, or allied interests. The process of urbanization can be measured in terms of many demographic dimensions. This study is an introspective type of research based on secondary data gathered from books, articles, websites, web-based journals, Census Reports, and government offices. The objective of the study is to calculate the Gini Concentration Ratio (GCR) of the urban population i.e., the Co-efficient of urban concentration for the urban towns in Arunachal Pradesh. 

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