Multidimensional poverty index for the poor in Guwahati city (Assam, India) View Full Text


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2018-04

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Nijara Deka

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The growth rate of population in Guwahati city had been continuously higher from 1971–1981 to 1981–1991 periods. The city is the largest urban centre in Assam with 21.87% of the total urban population of the state. The migration of population from outside the city makes the city of Guwahati consists of some community centric settlements and fight over urban land. In this article, a multidimensional poverty index (MPI) is developed for the poor households in Guwahati city. The main objective of the study is to develop a multidimensional poverty index for poor households in Guwahati city and to relate the same to their income status and other variables. Two hypotheses have been formulated to understand the quality of life of the poor city dwellers. Firstly, multidimensional poverty of urban poor household in Guwahati city is related to their: (a) migration status; (b) work status; (c) social Status; and (d) literacy status. Secondly, multidimensional poverty of urban poor households in Guwahati city is not related to their income status. In the present calculation of MPI, marginal deprivations of the slum dwellers are very high in assets, housing, water, sanitation, occupation and adult education. Moreover, contribution of occupation deprivation is highest to the total deprivation of the slum dwellers followed by adult education and asset deprivation. Education has always been the most important determinants of well-being of the people. The illiterate households are the most deprived among all others. More... »

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43-74

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