%0 Journal Article
	%A Vijay Kapse and  Arun Pofale and  Mayank Mathur
	%D 2012
	%J International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
	%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
	%I Open Science Index 71, 2012
	%T Paradigm of Relocation of Urban Poor Habitats (Slums): Case Study of Nagpur City
	%U https://publications.waset.org/pdf/4903
	%V 71
	%X Developing countries are facing a problem of slums and there appears to be no fool proof solution to eradicate them. For improving the quality of life there are three approaches of slum development and In-situ up-gradation approach is found to be the best one, while the relocation approach has proved to be failure. Factors responsible for failure of relocation projects are needed to be assessed, which is the basic aim of the paper. Factors responsible for failure of relocation projects are loss of livelihood, security of tenure and inefficiency of the Government. These factors are traced out & mapped from the examples of Western & Indian cities. National habitat, Resettlement policy emphasized relationship between shelter and work place. SRA has identified 55 slums for relocation due reservation of land uses, security of tenure and non- notified status of slums. The policy guidelines have been suggested for successful relocation projects.  KeywordsLivelihood, Relocation, Slums, Urban poor.  
	%P 2916 - 2923