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POPULATION MIGRATION RURAL TO URBAN IN BANGLADESH

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POPULATION MIGRATION RURAL TO URBAN IN BANGLADESH

  1. 1. FACULTY of BUSINESS STUDIES 19th BATCH Course Code:115
  2. 2.  POPULATION MIGRATION FROM RURAL TO URBAN AREA IN BANGLADESH SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION IN BANGLADESH .
  3. 3. POPULATON MIGRATION FROM RURAL TO URBAN AREAS IN BANGLADESH Factors of Migration  Natural factors  Economic factors  Social factors  Political factors  Other factors
  4. 4.  Monga is one of them. Monga is a cyclical food insecurity which occurs during the lean season. The poor people’s scarcity of work is in the region of , and especially in the months of Ashshin and Kartik (October-November).
  5. 5.  After Monga the second cause is the Floods and riverbank erosion made them lose everything and they had to starve for days together
  6. 6. ECONOMIC FACTORS Economic activities and incomein a rural society mainly dependson cultivable lands. Poverty and unemployment are the factors to push them to the city. Rural areas still lag behind inindustrialization and thusunemployment is the generalfeature of this country.
  7. 7. SOCIAL FACTORS
  8. 8. POLITICAL FACTORS
  9. 9. SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND SOCIAL STRATISFICATION IN BANGLADESH Rural society. Urban society. Religion and Society. Education System. Politics of Bangladesh. Ethnic groups in Bangladesh. Economic Condition of Bangladesh.
  10. 10.  Social classes and stratification Social class distinctions were mostly functional, however, and there was considerable mobility among classes. Traditional Muslim class distinctions had little importance in Bangladesh. Employment Workers Employees Unemployment About 18 million adult are unemployed

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