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Regionalisation of Pattern of Socio-Economic Development in India


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1 Department of Geography, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, India
2 Geography, Ch. Dadri, Haryana, India
     

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Regional disparities are the ubiquitous phenomena in the spatial pattern of economic growth as well as socio-economic experienced in India. The extent and intensity of this phenomena pauses a major challenge for policy makers and planners. More intensity is pause serious threat to the socio-political harmony of the country. Triggered by the 1991 economic reforms, Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth rate along with widening spatial disparities during the past two decades. Principal component analysis could be very suitable method to visualize the composite profile of the all the indicator.

Keywords

Regional Inequalities, Socio-Economic Development, Principal Component Analysis.
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Pawan Kumar
Department of Geography, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, India
Satyender
Geography, Ch. Dadri, Haryana, India

Abstract


Regional disparities are the ubiquitous phenomena in the spatial pattern of economic growth as well as socio-economic experienced in India. The extent and intensity of this phenomena pauses a major challenge for policy makers and planners. More intensity is pause serious threat to the socio-political harmony of the country. Triggered by the 1991 economic reforms, Indian economy has witnessed unprecedented growth rate along with widening spatial disparities during the past two decades. Principal component analysis could be very suitable method to visualize the composite profile of the all the indicator.

Keywords


Regional Inequalities, Socio-Economic Development, Principal Component Analysis.