A survey on changing demographics of Bengaluru

Help provide some insight into Bengaluru by participating in this survey.

As part of my Masters Thesis, I am conducting a survey to understand the changing socio-economic profile of the city, the dynamics of this transitionary period, spatial expansion of Bangalore city and citizen participation in governance.

The survey results shall be used purely for academic purposes and the personal details will not be shared with any other agency or person. Please help by participating!

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