DR NANJUNDAPPA COMMITTEE REPORT PDF

Dogganal Mahadevappa Nanjundappa D. Nanjundappa died was a noted economist from Karnataka and a professor of economics at Karnataka University , Dharwad. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations.

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D M Nanjundappa Committee identified 35 indicators of backwardness, collected taluk level data on these indicators and prepared a Comprehensive Composite Development Index CCDI with appropriate weights. Having taken the State average of development as the benchmark equal to one, all the taluks were classified into developed and backward taluks, and the latter into backward, more backward and most backward taluks on the basis of the distance along the development scale down the state average.

For calculating the distance between the state average and the taluks falling below that average another measure was developed by the Committee, viz. Further, to reduce this regional disparity the Committee has suggested various policies and programmes through recommending Rs.

There were quite serious efforts before the report of Dr. Nanjundappa Committee in the identification of backwardness among them very important are Aziz, , Dadibhavi, , Vyasalu and Vani , Panchamuchi , Uliveppa , Shiddalingaswami and Raghavendra , Kadekodi , Aziz and Hanagodimath, However, no other study has got much attention than the Dr.

Nanjundappa Committee because it is more scientific among all. Many times implementing government missionary may face numerous challenges in the process of implementation of any scheme or a programme according to the guidelines. It will be challenging particularly, in the process of implementation of a Committee report.

Since a particular Committee has an intention to solve a particular problem, concentrates less on other issues. Nanjundappa Committee report, is an exception to this general rule as it has not only recommended measures to reduce the regional imbalances, but also gave guidance as to how these measures should be implemented.

However, practical challenges are actually faced by the implementing authorities. In this paper, an attempt has been made to analyse the views and opinions of implementing authorities of various taluks and different departments with regard to their awareness about CCDI, developmental status of the taluks, process of Special Development Plan SDP implementation and challenges and suggestions in the reduction of regional imbalances 1.

For this purpose the present study has selected thirteen taluks 2 from four administrative divisions of Karnataka. Pre-scheduled questionnaire was canvassed among the departments of the selected taluks. Based on this, some observation have been made and analysed in this paper. Almost all the officials from various departments from all the selected taluks have the awareness about Nanjundappa Committee, the developmental status of their respective taluks and the implementation of Special Development Plan.

Further, it is interesting to note that some officials have discussed about the revision of the CCDI by the Government every year with the incorporation of some more indicators of development. Majority of the officials have opined that after the implementation of SDP, no changes either increase or decrease are observed in the normal budget, as it comes every year.

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. Read preview. Awareness about Special Development Plan SDP Almost all the officials from various departments from all the selected taluks have the awareness about Nanjundappa Committee, the developmental status of their respective taluks and the implementation of Special Development Plan. Kale Stanford University Press, Read preview Overview.

Sujatha, H. Just Enough to Keep Us Sweet? Karnataka The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. India The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Hyderabad former state and modern city, India The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed.

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Balanced Regional Development: Views of Implementing Authorities

Search this site. Navigation ekavi. Dogganal Mahadevappa Nanjundappa D. Nanjundappa was submitted to the State Government in , no serious effort had been made to implement the recommendations of the committee to find a permanent solution to the problem of inequality in development. Many taluks in north Karnataka had been deprived of their share in development.

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D M Nanjundappa Committee identified 35 indicators of backwardness, collected taluk level data on these indicators and prepared a Comprehensive Composite Development Index CCDI with appropriate weights. Having taken the State average of development as the benchmark equal to one, all the taluks were classified into developed and backward taluks, and the latter into backward, more backward and most backward taluks on the basis of the distance along the development scale down the state average. For calculating the distance between the state average and the taluks falling below that average another measure was developed by the Committee, viz. Further, to reduce this regional disparity the Committee has suggested various policies and programmes through recommending Rs. There were quite serious efforts before the report of Dr. Nanjundappa Committee in the identification of backwardness among them very important are Aziz, , Dadibhavi, , Vyasalu and Vani , Panchamuchi , Uliveppa , Shiddalingaswami and Raghavendra , Kadekodi , Aziz and Hanagodimath,

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