Exploring Socio-Economic Realities: A Village Survey Analysis


  • Saumya Awasthi   Assistant Manager, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow


Socio-economic development, Livelihood opportunities, Decision making processes, Jamwasi village, managerial decisions, policy implications.


The symmetrical approach combining theoretical and practical achievements properly fulfils the primary goal of education. In this context, a socioeconomic study was conducted in the Uttar Pradesh village of Jamwasi, Barabanki. Throughout the study, the surveyors took notes on a variety of subjects related to the villagers' vocations, home types, family structures, usage of electronics in the home, access to healthcare, education, and sanitation systems, as well as their financial outlook and family structure. This research article presents a comprehensive survey conducted in Jamwasi village to assess its socio-economic condition. The survey covered various aspects, including demographics, caste composition, land utilization, irrigation, water supply, sources of livelihood, infrastructure, healthcare, education, and more. The findings revealed several social issues and concerns that require attention and highlighted potential solutions for promoting the village's development. The findings reveal both strengths and challenges faced by the village community. Based on the analysis, feasible solutions are proposed to address the identified social concerns and foster sustainable socio-economic development in the village.


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How to Cite

Awasthi, S. (2023). Exploring Socio-Economic Realities: A Village Survey Analysis. Journal of Applied Management- Jidnyasa, 15(2), 77–90. Retrieved from http://simsjam.net/index.php/Jidnyasa/article/view/173199



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