Rural Migration Case Study

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EVALUATING THE FACTORS IMPACT ON RURAL TO URBAN MIGRATION - A STUDY
ABSTRACT: The study covers the rural villages people, who are coming from rural area to urban, there are no basic industries that will employ the development active labour force, thus prompt to the urban migration to the urban areas in search of job opportunities, business enhancement, quality education and quality medical facilities etc. The present study was an attempt to identify the factors influence on migrants in rural area. The respondents are taken from Hyderabad city, because of many of people migrants from rural, with sample size 110 respondents and tested by percentages, ANOVA, multiple regressions and Factor analysis by using SPSS 20.0 Version. The results of
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He argues that Scheduled Tribes ‘are outside the Hindu caste system and therefore are not “ordained” to specialize in certain specific occupations. Further, unlike Scheduled Castes who are dispersed geographically, STs are concentrated in certain areas within states and in which they usually have a sizeable presence and they may therefore feel freer to move within these areas than SCs do generally.

4. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
The specific objectives of the present study are as follows
1. To identify the socio-economic characteristics of the rural-to-urban migrants
2. To assess the factor causes of rural to urban migration
3. To investigate the major drivers of rural to urban migration
4. To identify the role of family and individual in migration decisions

5. HYPOTHESIS OF THE STUDY
In the research study the following hypothesis will be used
1. HO1: There is no significant impact of demographical variable on the rural-to-urban migrants.
2. HO2: There is no significant influence of factors on urban migration.
3. HO3: There is no significant impact of drivers (Push & Pull) on urban migration.
4. HO4: There is no significant impact individual & family decisions on

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