Causes Of Increasing Population Of India Essays and Term Papers

  • INDIAN URBANISATION

    For the census of india 2011 , the definition of urban area is as follows : All places with a municipalty , corporation , cantonement board or notified area committe etc. Other places criteria : A minimum population of 5000 ; at least 75% of the male main working population engaged in non-agriculture...

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  • Population Growth and Environmental Degradation in India

    POPULATION GROWTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN INDIA ABSTRACT This paper basically deals with the relationship between the growing population, poverty and urbanization and the degradation of the Environment...

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  • Population Explosion

    India's Population 2012 Current Population of India in 2012 | 1,220,200,000 (1.22 billion) | Total Male Population in India | 628,800,000 (628.8 million) | Total Female Population in India | 591,400,000 (591.4 million) | Sex Ratio | 940 females per 1,000 males | Age structure | 0 to 25 years...

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  • Population Dynamics

    that rapid population growth in the developing world represented a serious global crisis. One of the primary causes of environmental degradation in a country could be attributed to rapid growth of population, which adversely affects the natural resources and environment. The uprising population and the...

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  • Team Essay

    POPULATION GROWTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN INDIA By Dr. Dewaram A. Nagdeve* ABSTRACT The present paper examined the relationship of population to the environment and with growing population, poverty and urbanization the environment is degrading. Conducted an analysis of changes and trends over...

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  • Study

    Poverty in India and Its Causes By Ramandeep Kaur June 9, 2013 At present, 29.8% of the Indian population lives below the poverty line. In the category of poor falls the people whose daily income is less than 28.65 rupees (56 cents/35p) a day in cities and 22.42 rupees (44 cents/33p) a day in villages...

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  • Population Explosion

    POPULATION GROWTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN INDIA Introduction The rapid population growth and economic development in country are degrading the environment through the uncontrolled growth of urbanization and industrialization, expansion and intensification of agriculture, and the destruction...

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  • Worksheet Analysis

    rural population by hiring local women as Sahayikas Situation – Problem Positive outcomes I. Increasing population in rural India presents huge opportunity for providing healthcare II. The importance of women in the lives of people in rural India Negative outcomes i. ii. 3 What are the causes of these...

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  • The Consequence of War

    Environment and Health in India Dr. Dewaram A. Nagdeve International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai-88, INDIA Paper will be presented at the IUSSP Regional Population Conference on 'Southeast Asia's Population in a Changing Asian Context at Bangkok, Thailand, 10-13 June 2002. Author is...

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  • Unemployment in India

    person is said to be unemployed if he or she is looking for work or is willing to work at the prevailing wage but is unable to find the job. India, with a vast population of over 2 billion individuals, is facing the biggest problem of the century in the form of unemployment of worthy and productive citizens...

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  • Population of India

    Population [pic] Index |SR NO |TITLES |PAGE NO. | | 1 |Introduction |7...

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  • Unemployment

    UNEMPLOYMENT IN INDIA BY CHANDNI KOKIL ARVINDER SIKHA ALISHA GARIMA INTRODUCTION India, undoubtedly, is grappling with the problem of unemployment. Unemployment is a situation characterized by the existence of those able bodied persons who are willing to work but have to do without a job...

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  • Indian Price Rises

    Rising Price in India wrote by : MILAN CHATERJEE ,india from : http://www.publishyourarticles.org/eng/articles/rising-price-in-india.html Today, India is facing many problems – the problem of corruption, the problem of unemployment, the problem of illiteracy, the problem of population, so on and so...

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  • Population Explosion in India

    INTRODUCTION: Is population explosion a boon or a curse? For the European developed countries like Spain and Italy, where the population is decreasing, this might be considered as a boon. However, for the developing countries like India, population explosion is a curse and is damaging to the...

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  • Kerala Two Child Bill

    Kerala Women’s Code Bill 2011 India is currently the second most populated country in the world with over one billion citizens. Even though India is second in terms of population, it is seventh in terms of land area. The CIA World Factbook states that while India only accounts for 2% of the world’s...

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  • Water Shortage

    food. A person can live 2 weeks without food but not even 7 days without water. Since few years, there has been a population boom and population in present is almost twice the population before the boom. This has caused water and food crisis in many countries, more importantly LEDCs. Presently, statistics...

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  • Project

    The rapid growing population and economic development are leading to the environmental degradation in India because of the uncontrolled growth of urbanization and industrialization, expansion and massive intensification of agriculture, and the destruction of forests. Major environmental issues are Forest...

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  • POPULATION EXPLOSION SPEECH

    POPULATION EXPLOSION SPEECH With the advancement of technology even some control has been made on natural calamities. Through all these measures though death rate has decreased but birth rate has not appreciably decreased. Thus, it will be seen that it is the high birth rate as compared to low death...

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  • Population Growth: the Negative Effect on Indian Society

    POPULATION GROWTH: THE NEGATIVE EFFECT ON INDIAN SOCIETY Introduction The study of population growth is very important in a country from the point of society of a country because human being constitute not only as an instrument of production but also end themselves. Its increase is largely depend...

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  • Popul

    India's huge population - bane or boon? Hemant Sharma 12-30-2011 05:15 AM India’s population is going to provide us with better options in the coming future but will India withstand the necessities of the ever growing population or will it perish in this process? For - India’s population is a boon...

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