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|Title:||ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL GROWTH AND URBAN STRUCTURE WITH EMPHASIS ON CAUSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS. CASE STUDY : KOTA|
|Authors:||Goyal, Piyush Kumar|
|Keywords:||ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;INDUSTRIAL GROWTH;URBAN STRUCTURE;CAUSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS|
|Abstract:||National census reports during the 1960's showed that very large population shifts were occurring from rural to urban areas in most of the developing countries due to rapid industrialization. India too, has been experiencing rapid urbanisation indicating its vibrant non-agricultural sector's progress. The study of the growth of towns reveals that some towns have attracted industries and have grown with them. In some cases, industries have given birth to entirely new towns. Both types of towns are prosperous and provide better employment opportunities and, in turn, attract a vast amount of the supporting population. Therefore, urbanisation has long been associated with industrialisation, indeed they have been considered synonymous. The 'town forming' process involves various factors e.g. industrial, administrative, cultural, availability of specialised facilities (e.g. education, medical, commercial, transportational) and statistical data of the population. Further, the interdependence of the above factors and size and structure of town is much more significant for development of town. Every town has a typical structure. This structure varies from one town to another, as it depends to a large extent on the geographic location, setting historic growth and demographic and occupational. characteristics of that town. Here it would be better to define 'Urban structure' in words of 'W.H.Ilirach' "Urban structure refers to the spatial organisation of key functional areas and essential service facilities of the city in response to certain fundamental living needs and activities of human society".|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Tayal, N. K.|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS ( A&P)|
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