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Author(s): Niranjan R, Rajappa S

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DOI: 10.5958/2321-5763.2018.00189.0   

Address: Dr. Niranjan R1, Rajappa S2
1Assistant Professor, Dept. of Studies and Research in Economics, V S K University, Ballari
2Research Scholar, Dept. of Studies and Research in Economics, V S K University, Ballari
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Published In:   Volume - 9,      Issue - 3,     Year - 2018

Karnataka is one of the pioneering states that have gradually become low level human development state, in terms of proportion of people living below the poverty line, and with much slower improvements in human development indicators than other parts of the state. There are large inequalities within the state. Human development is of enlarging people’s choice. It is based on secondary data. The study is related to all the districts of Karnataka. In this study data period 2001-2011, study using simple statistical tools. Karnataka HDI figures have shown wide inter district variation, the estimated value of HDI varies from 0.650 to 0.508 HDI values in 2001-2011, Data depicts that Bangalore urban to the best performing district during 2001-2011 periods. Raichur and Gulbarga were the Low performing districts in terms of HDI in 2001, and then Raichur and Yadgiri were the worst performing districts in terms of HDI until 2011. However, the most recent HDI calculations for the year 2011-12 reveal that Yadgiri is now the worst performing district and large inequality. Literacy rate has Dakshina Kannada were the highest district and Yadagiri had the low literacy districts in Karnataka in 2001-2011. Health indices has Raichure district is highest and Bangalore is lowest district IMR in Karnataka in 2001-2011. Karnataka had growth rate of GDP and per capita Income While Bangalore, Dakshina Kannada, Kodagu, Udupi, Ballari districts were the highest per capita income. While Bidar, Koppal, Yadgiri and Gulbarga districts were lowest per capita income in 2011. Human Development Index would significantly contribute to the preparation of better plans focusing on the Human Development Indicators.

Cite this article:
Niranjan R, Rajappa S. Regional Inequality in Education, Health and Income Human Development in Karnataka. Asian Journal of Management. 2018; 9(3):1171-1176. doi: 10.5958/2321-5763.2018.00189.0

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