Socio Economic Research

Concerned about how society is evolving? Do you wonder about issues such as health care, education, the environment and economic development? Do you need to assess the efficacy of a public awareness campaign or the economic impact of your project?

CAAS regularly conducts socio-economic studies on behalf of public organizations, festival and event organizers, university research teams, the media and large private companies.

  • Studies on social issues and phenomena
  • Public awareness campaign evaluation
  • Public opinion surveys
  • Economic impact studies
  • Analysis of economic repercussions of tourist eventss
  • Research projects in social and economic fields

Socio-economic studies

Socio-economic research is one of the most important areas of activity at CAAS. Here we study the phenomena that lie at the intersection of the social and economic spheres of society. Moreover, while conducting marketing and socio-political research there is a need for information about the level of socio-economic development, the population’s quality of life (urban, rural, etc.), local problems, and the peculiarities of people’s economic behavior. The main source of such information is social research. At Present CAAS conducts Research on MDGs impact on society

Social research conducting by CAAS is intricate and comprehensive. Studies are directed towards the analysis of complicated social processes in India and examine the spectrum of problems concerning changes in social structure and the configuration of social consciousness.

Subjects for Socio-economic Research in CAAS include:

Changes in Indian values

  • Family structure (transformation of the family institution, attitude towards the problem of orphans, perception of adoption).
  • Satisfaction with living conditions, housing and communal services, and the attitude of Indians to changes in the housing sphere.
  • Assessment of educational service quality (public schools, vocational training, higher education), and changes in the educational sphere.
  • Quality of medical services.
  • The realization of national projects.
  • The perception and extent of corruption in India.


Report 1
TASMAC Brief Report 2014
As a matter of fact, there are no much benefits to public from TASMAC shops. But the only advantage of these shops is that many people are employed and lead their survival, though they are not said to be government employees, but contract based ones. As the goods from these shops are cheap when compared to private outlets, low income people are more subjected to this habit. People do drink due to emotional traps put forth by the folks around. From a survey, it was observed that people from rural areas are the common victim to these beverages. People, who are illiterate, indulge in these activities and also encourage their fellow mates to carry on the same. This activity has also started to take place in many places and creates public nuisance. As government supports the usage of beverage, no actions are taken against these issues.
2016-09-25 08:39:09
Report 2
Symposium on Indian National Education Policy 2016
The draft of New Education Policy 2016 was made public for Discussions. In the line of the suggestion making Elaya Bharatham Seva Trust an Active education Promoting NGO & CAAS Research Foundation an Socio Economic Research center jointly conducted Symposium On Draft National Education Policy 2016 held at Hotel Le Royal Meridian, Guindy, Chennai on 29th September 2016 between 2.00 and 6.00 pm . The Symposium was platform for Educationist, Researchers ,Regional Political party Leaders , Administrators in Various Specialization as Participants to discuss the current Education situation, challenges and advancements relating to the National Education Policy 2016 and its Impact on Society in light of the relevant human Development standards. The discussions went on with practical suggestions on how to improve the draft in relevance with diversified cultural India. The Symposium was divided into 5 substantive sessions and providing Participants Opportunity to focus on specific areas from their own perspective and rational experiences. The main conclusions of the Symposium reflected and incorporated into the Declaration and adopted by the participants at the symposium.
2016-10-21 05:41:35

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