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Effect of Industrial Infrastructure

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Effect of Industries in social Life
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Vishal Mandaviya (PM002213)
Masters in Habitat Management, CEPT University

CONTENTS
Introduction3
What is Gamthal4
Overview4
Location………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………4 Demography……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….5
History………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..5
Social Aspects……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..5
Objective 6
Methodology 6
Existing Infrastructure7
Social Infrastructure ……………………..……………………………………………………………………………………………7 Road & transportation ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8
Water Supply & Drainage …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..9
Industrial Infrastructure……………………………………………………………………………………………………………10 Effect of Industries in Social life………….……………………………………………………………………………………………10
Industries in Gamthal ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………10 Effect of Industries on social life………………………………………………………………………………………………11
SWOT analysis...………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………12
Conclusions………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………13
References……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….14
Endnotes….………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………15

Introduction

The study was commissioned by CEPT University to analyze Gamthal in Ahmedabad include Demography, Social Life, Economy, Administration and infrastructure. The team of five students went to various Gamthal in Ahmedabad. My group had select Tragad Gamthal. We visited the Tragad; Mr. Kiranbhai, Maji sarpanch of Tragad was with us and provides information about the Gamthal. After that we present the observation and now as per the terms of reference, my study focused on detailing the current status of Industrial Infrastructure of Tragad and its effect on social life of Gamthal.

What is Gamthal?

1.1 Definition:
Gamthal Shall mean all land that have been included by the Govt. Collector within the site of Village, Town or City on or before the date of declaration of intention to make a Town Planning Scheme or publication of Draft Development Plan but shall not include any such other land which may thereafter be included within the site of any village by the Govt. / Collector under the provision of Land Revenue Code. [1]

Overview:
Here is the overview of previous exercise, what we analyze in Gamthal. 1.2 Location:
Tragad is located at west side of Ahmedabad. The satellite view of Tragad is shown in fig. bellow: [2]

4Overview:Overview:4

2.2 Demography: * Taluka : Daskroi * District: Ahmedabad * Total Area: 4 Sq.km * Total Residential Area: 1 Sq.km * Local Language: Gujarati [3]
Population:
1981 | 1991 | 2001 | 2011 | 1390 | 1747 | - | 3000 approx |

1.2 History: * 700 Yrs ago Mohammad Begda attacked Pately Raja of Champaner. The empire got demolished and people in clusters scattered around the area. Some of Thakors and Patels family come to this place and giving rise to settlements. Somehow people say that the name was Tragath but after some years word corrupt to Tragad. [3] 1.2 Social Aspects

* THAKOR
PATEL
VAGHELA
Social and religious aspects remain a significant and divisive part of people in Tragad. Population .area are divided by the cast of people living there as shown in map. The society has given the name by the cast living there i.e. Rabari Vas, Thakor Vas, Patel Vas. It is strange that in 21st of century there was racism. The presence of 7 different temples in an area of 4 sq. km highlights the fact that it has an all Hind.
Objective
* Objective of this study is to analyze the industries of Gamthal and how its effect the social life of Gamthal. * The report is targeting on, how the industries influence social life of Gamthal and how much it is useful to the social life.

Methodology This is how I go through the whole study to prepare the report. At the first I had define the objective. Once the objective was define, collect the data we observed at Gamthal, and then refer the references related to the topic. After that I analyze the things like what reference says? What is current situation? What’s good? What’s wrong? Then I make SWOT analysis and finally conclude.

Existing Infrastructure * The Infrastructure of Tragad was well settled. Apart from some road line and drainage there was no any major issue about the infrastructure. The infrastructure we observed is: Social Infrastructure, Road & transportation, Water Supply & Drainage and Industrial Infrastructure. * Here is a brief note about the infrastructure of Tragad.

1. Social Infrastructure

* Social and religious aspects remain a significant and divisive part of people in Tragad. The society of the Gamthal is divided by the cast living there i.e. “Thakor vas”, “Patel Vas”, “Rabari Vas” etc. There was diversity but it not seems that there is a no unity. The construction of entrance gate was interrupted just over the issue that whose name will be placed on gate, either of Patel’s or Thakor’s that signified there is no unity in diversity. Here are some photographs of Patel and Thakor’s houses.

2. Road & transportation

* There was an issue of road in some place of Tragad, they don’t have dammar road. Another thing Mr. Kiranbhai told us was; Tragad can connect direct to the Ahmedabad by giving road which could pass through the Godrage city and reach at Chandlodiya. That can make transportation easier but godrage city don’t allowing making road pass through their area just because it gives rise to the competition. One bus-stand was there where everyday approx 125 busses of AMTS come which connect Tragad with some major area of Ahmedabad. [3]

* Two railway tracks were passing right through the Gamthal one of this was constructed before 1965 was meter gauge but after 2004 AMC converted it to broad gauge and also constructed another broad gauge. [4]

3. Water Supply and Drainage System

* For the Tragad Gamthal there were a pumping station by AMC which provide water to the Gamthal and water comes to the house every morning for two hour, while some of the house has his own bore well. The schematic diagram of the drainage system is shown here, where the drainage of two or three houses remove to the A1 and A2, which are connected to the A through drain pipe which goes to the main drain pipe through A and B.[5]

4. Industrial Infrastructure * Three Industries are there in Tragad Gamthal: * Sweet dreams lounge : night wear

* Denim * AM Synergy Pvt. Ltd.

Effect of Industries in Social life: * There are several effects of Industries I observed in social life of Gamthal, where some negative and some positive. 1. Industries in Gamthal * Currently there are three industries operate in Tragad, all are clothes industries. * The profiles of these three industries are described here:

1.1 Sweet dreams lounge: night wear

* Sweet dreams lounge: night wear is an industry of manufacturing night wear clothes. Printing, cutting and sewing all this operations are carried out there. The approx turnover of this industry is about 20000 unit/day and about 400 workers are working here.[6] 1.2 Denim Jeans: * One of the famous brands of Jeans clothes is Denim. In Tragad only a cutting and designing unit was there while for sewing operation they send it to the other plant in Ahmedabad city. The approx turnover of Denim was about 70000units/day. [7] 1.3 AM Synergy Pvt. Ltd.

* AM synergy is T-shirt manufacturer industry which have approx turnover of about 35000units/day.

2. Effect of Industries on social life

* There is several effect of Industry, we observed in Social life. The industrialization in Gamthal area is somehow useful for the people live there but in some ways it’s influencing the social life. Because of racism of cast in industry some of the people can’t get employment. Because of industry there were also environmental pollution affecting the social life. But apart from this the industries provide more employment opportunity to the villager because 90% of the worker in each industry is from Tragad. And there were all the industries having sewing operation that create opportunity even for woman of Tragad. The land of Tragad is not much fertile, so it is better to use it in industrial purpose.

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Positive Points:
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Employments
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Resource Utilization
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Promote Changes
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Facilities
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Employment to the woman
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Negative Points:
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Noise Pollution
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Water Pollution
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Environmental Pollution
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Diversity in some place
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Stress due to hard work

3. SWOT analysis

Conclusions

Essentially the Gamthal in itself is self sufficient for the families residing there because of the Industries situated there. There are some more opportunities for the people of Gamthal. Neglecting some fact like racism at some place, there are overall effect in social life is not worse. One of the most effective advantages is that even woman of Tragad has opportunities and paid good scale. As the land of Tragad is not fertile, it is better option to use it for industrial purpose. Tragad is well connected to the one of the large city of Gujarat, so it is easy for the industries to import and export the goods. There were some expert worker and staff available there, so the enlargement of the industrialization could have great scope. In some industries worker comes from the several background and cast. They sit together and work together, so the people interact with each other. This may change the attitude of people. Avoiding the racism they work as a unity in the Industry. So the approach of seeing people by cast is tends to disappear.

References

Bibliography:

The Impact of Industries by Willbert E. Moore

* Majisarpunch * Talati Mantri * Local People

ENDNOTES:

[1] http://www.gicl.in/encyclopedia/g.html
[2] google map
[3] Tentative data from Maji Sarpach Kiranbhai [4] Information from talking with Talati mantry
[5] Approx layout described by Sarpanch
[6] Approx data by manager.
[7] Approx data by Manager

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