The Affects of Drainage System in Dhaka City on the Area of Vatara, Notun Bazar, Gulshan, Dhaka-1212

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REPORT ON

The Affects Of Drainage System

SUBMITTED TO

Md. Mashiur Rahman, PhD (Lund) Professor
Department of sociology
University of Dhaka and
Adjunct faculty, Southeast University, Dhaka

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Prithy Raj Barua ID# 2012010000176 Batch: 30th, Section: “F” Department of BBA Southeast University Submission date: 05.09.2013

CERTIFICATE

This is a certify report titled “The Affects of drainage system in Dhaka city On the area of VATARA, NOTUN BAZAR, GULSHAN, DHAKA” is a bonafide work carried out by Mr. Md. Mashiur Rahman, Department of sociology, University of Dhaka and Adjunct faculty of Southeast University, Dhaka. He has worked under my guidance and direction.

Table of contents

SL NO. | PARTICULARAS | 1 | Define the problem | 2 | Literature Review | 3 | Hypothesis | 4 | Photographs of some effected area on Vatara | 5 | Questionnaire survey & informal interview | 6 | Data collection and analysis | 7 | Conclusion |

DEFINE THE PROBLEM
The Affects of drainage system in Dhaka city
On the area of
VATARA, NOTUN BAZAR, GULSHAN, DHAKA-1212

INTRODUCTION
During the monsoon from May to October, the drainage of the Dhaka City is mostly dependent on the water levels of its peripheral river systems. During this period, river water levels generally remain higher than the internal drainage level. This major constraint to the effective surface drainage within the city area is aggravated by the wide range of rainfall intensities that prevail during the monsoon period. The situation worsens when monsoon runoff generated from short duration and high intensity…...

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