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  • 1. Urban economical impact on the capital of India New Delhi is the capital of India and is considered as the economic and political place and the heart of the country. It is world’s one of the top global cities and economical strong too. Based on 2010 the population of Delhi is 12,259,230 which are more than 3 countries of the world. It has been shown from the previous research that from year 2001 to 2011 the percentage of the population is increased by 21.6 percent. Fig: Population in Delhi Urbanization in Delhi is 50.50 percent and rest lives in the rural areas. The above figure shows that how the population got increase over the time period. So for urban people the resources are also important to live. Literacy ratio is around 86 percent which shows that the people are educated and aware for the activities of their life and are able to participate in the economy of Delhi. As based on the few years back result as on education only the total expenditure is 4.4 percent of the total GDP of the state. There are many facilities in the urban areas as because being the capital of the country. Transportation System in Delhi Train /Metro Buses Auto Airplane Taxi Other
  • 2. The transportation of the system is also good as has the good interconnectivity with metros, railways, and buses. The industry environment of the city is also good as it is attached with the most industrial national capital regions such as Noida, Greater Noida and Gurgaon. The interconnectivity of the Delhi Metro city is quite good and best in India. There is more than 10 percent part of the GDP through the transportation system and there is almost 20 percent population in the transportation sector that fulfil the common man need. Noida and Gurgaon are considered as the biggest industrial and economic zone of the city as number of national and international industrial companies in every sector. Connaught Place, one of northern India's largest commercial and financial centres, is located in the northern part of New Delhi. There are number of government and government aided commercial offices where the people of the city work. The overall economic condition of the city is improving day by day and thus it can be said the urban traffic with the urban economic condition is balanced little bit only in the urban areas not in the rural areas. There are huge opportunities for the employment in the city that makes it super than other cities in India. The net state domestic product is USD 31.48 billion in nominal terms and USD 125.41 billion in PPP terms. The per capita income in city is third highest in the country. Based on the existing facilities and options for the employment as livelihood are easy so it is considered as on the most liveable place in the country. The urban population of the city has more advantages of the advance technological and facilities to live their life. The economic condition of the city is far good and affordable by the people of the city for their live. The people who live their life based on the different available options for livelihood are described as follows that gives the correct picture of the city in terms of employment. Government Jobs Private Jobs Self Business Agrciculture Fig: Livelihood options for the people in Delhi City Other
  • 3. The above figure suggests how the economy is distributed in Delhi City as major part is because of the private and government businesses and gives the highest employment to the population of the Delhi City, This is the reason most of the people who are residing in the city have Jobs in either sector. The increasing rate of employment in Delhi is increasing with the rate of 20-24 percent each year because of increasing industry in that area. These things are balancing the social and economical life of the people there. Construction, power, telecommunications, health and community services, and real estate form integral parts of Delhi's economy. Delhi has India's one of the largest and fastest growing retail industries. In reference to some reports published by the central government of the state Delhi, it is said that the people in the city who are residing are more than 40 percent from other cities or states in order to get the employment that suggests how strong economic rate of the city is. In comparison to the other cities in India, it is assumed to be the most advanced city and considered as the foreign capital of the country. The below comparison for some high-tech cities for the economic growth and balance with it to the urban population is given below. This below figure suggests that how Delhi city is more stable than other cities in India. The other reason is the political support for the development of the business to the city and self business environment helps to improve the city and balancing the life between social and economical issues. Econmic stability vs Population 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Mumbai Delhi Kolkata Chennai Econmic stability vs Population Fig: Economic Stability in most premier cities of India In last, it can be said that there is nothing more better city in India in terms of economical stability and human’s balanced life. The city is very liveable than other cities. References:
  • 4. 1. Economic Survey of Delhi, 2001–2011. Planning Department, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi. pp. p177 2. Gadhok, Taranjot Kaur. "Risks in Delhi: Environmental concerns". Natural Hazard Management, 2008 3. Sunil Sethi / New Delhi 9 February 2008. "Sunil Sethi: Why Delhi is India's Book Capital". 4. National Crime Records Bureau (2005). "Crimes in Megacities" (PDF). Crime in India-2005. Ministry of Home Affairs. pp. 159–160 5. Asher, Catherine B (2000) . ":Delhi walled: Changing Boundaries". Cambridge University Press. pp. 247–281 6. Vale, Lawrence J. (1992). Architecture, power, and national identity. Yale University Press. pp. 88–100