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60 Free Essays on India Increasing Population

  1. Population Explosion

    increase has decreased, the rate has not reached the satisfactory level yet.The population in India continues to increase at an alarming rate. The effects of this population increase are evident in the increasing poverty, unemployment, air and water pollution, and shortage of food, health resources and...

  2. Population Explosion in India

    the rate of increase has decreased, the rate has not reached the satisfactory level yet.The population in India continues to increase at an alarming rate. The effects of this population increase are evident in the increasing poverty, unemployment, air and water pollution, and shortage of food, health...

  3. Population Growth and Environmental Degradation in India

    . Population pressure on arable land contributes to the land degradation. The increasing population numbers and growing affluence have already resulted in rapid growth of energy production and consumption in India. The environmental effects like ground water and surface water contamination; air pollution and...

  4. Population and Pollution

    Population and its affects Population is becoming very dangerous for us because every day population was increasing. The demand of people is also increasing for crops and they also want cloths to wear. The most populated country in the world is China and second most populated country is India. Day...

  5. Team Essay

    . Population pressure on arable land contributes to the land degradation. The increasing population numbers and growing affluence have already resulted in rapid growth of energy production and consumption in India. The environmental effects like ground water and surface water contamination; air...

  6. Baby Boom

    Topic sentence: The good beginning can give us a good ending. E. Methods for solving this problem Topic sentence: In my view rapidly growing population of developing countries is the main cause of increasing global commodity and environmental deficits. III. Conclusion Baby...

  7. Eco 208

    Capita in India is also increasing but the difference between that of America is still enormous and still aggrandizing. However, the percent increase of GDP in India is quite similar to the other three countries, showing that there is no significant difference in the increase between developed and...

  8. Essays-India 2020

    , healthier and more prosperous than at any time in our long history. In spite of the declining fertility rates, falling infant mortality and increasing life expectancy will spur an increase of at least 300 million people. The result: Total population of India will exceed 1.3 billion in 2020. A marked...

  9. Who Ami

    irrigation canals, dams and spread the use of fertilizers to increase agricultural production. He also pioneered a series of community development programs aimed at spreading diverse cottage industries and increasing efficiency into rural India. While encouraging the construction of large dams (which...

  10. INDIAN URBANISATION

    picture is totally opposite in India. So why this is increasing so fast in india . Industrialisation : Demand of labours in industries increase the,migration of rural population so more urban population. More demand of drinking water,electricity,health,education ,land for housing . Lack...

  11. Effect of Population Explosion on the Indian Economy

    population is slated to rise by almost 350 million over the next quarter century, twice as fast as China, United States and Western Europe combined. As the population rises, so will poverty. Being a developing country, the increasing growth rate is dragging India into a vicious cycle of population and...

  12. Population Explosion

    countries like India, population explosion is a curse and is damaging to the development of the country and it’s society. The developing countries already facing a lack in their resources, and with the rapidly increasing population, the resources available per person are reduced further, leading to...

  13. 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...

  14. The Indian Opportunity

    the country. Also, the focus shifted from the urban to the rural areas. In this article, we shall take a look at the importance of India for FMCG players. Large base: With a population of 1 bn people, India is a big market for FMCG companies. Around 70% of the total households in India reside in the...

  15. Population Explosion

    , the improvements in medical facilities have been tremendous. This improvement might be considered positive, but as far as population increase is considered, it has only been positive in terms of increasing the population further. The crude death rate in India in 1981 was approximately 12.5, and that...

  16. Population of India

    population  India, being a developing country, has had to face several economic and political challenges. One of the most important problems is the population explosion. India's population hit 1 billion in May 2000, increasing the urgency for the country to moderate its population growth. Some...

  17. India Sleep Apnea Diagnostic and Therapy Equipments Market Outlook 2018 - Driven by Growing Disorder Awareness and Rising Number of Sleep Labs in India

    are largely examined and advised by pulmonary doctors, dental and sleep physicians. In 2013, there were nearly sleep labs operating in India. The increasing awareness about severe diseases such as hypertension, stroke and other cardiovascular problems has also encouraged the Indian population to...

  18. Women Education 4

    increasing primary education attendance rate and expanding literacy to approximately two thirds of the population.[1] India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of India.[2] Much of the progress in education has been credited to various...

  19. Food Processing Industry of India

    . [pic] Source: Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Gol, Annual Report 2007-08; IBEF report India ranks 2nd largest food producer in world due to its arable land area of about 184 million hectares (454.6 million acres). India also boasts 485 million livestock population and 489 million...

  20. India Retail

    0-14 15-24 25-34 35-44 45-59 60+ Median Age in India increasing from 23 years (2000) to ~27 years in (2020) India has youngest population base with more than 60% of the population between 15-59 years and 49% of population less than 25 years 14 Consumption shifting from...

  21. The Threat of Overpopulation on Mass-Production and Mass Consumption

    followed by the threat of the rising unemployment and social unrest to management. The 3 illustrations I want to use are the overpopulation in China, India and Australia respectively. With just over 1.3 billion people, China is the world’s most population country, taking up roughly 25% of the world’s...

  22. Demography of India: New Perspectives (Gender Composition)

    world's second largest country. India crossed the one billion mark in the year 2000, one year after the world's population crossed the six billion threshold. Demographers expect India's population to surpass the population of China, currently the most populous country in the world, by 2030. At that time...

  23. Student

    until present. India’s GDP in 1986 was 246.4 billion while in 2006 it was 911.8 billion. GDP from years between are also shown in table 3. Per capita GDP has also been increasing in India. However, growth in this indicator is not as clear because of the high population growth rate in India. In...

  24. Urbanization in India and Issues Involved

    in population, the country’s urban population also increased. The Census 2001 reports that almost 29 percent of Indians in urban India. Apart from increase in population the other factors that have contributed to rapid urbanization are migration from rural sector to urban. This happened mainly on...

  25. Assay

    , accessibility of water, and other factors. Speedy urban expansion and the rising land usages have changed because of the increasing population growth and economic development in some selected landscapes is being observed in India. The monitoring of land use changes is essential to understand land use...

  26. Indian Consumer Market

    of working age population, while the proportion of dependent population is increasing. 29.2 27.4 22.77 21.1 16.9 14.8 13.2 11.4 6.9 7.1 5.2 5 8.3 14.7 21.5 18.7 21.4 12.4 China Korea 2005 Thailand 2025(Projected) India Europe 2050 (Projected) North America...

  27. Research and Decision Making: Coffee Time

    that was available to them. The limitations to CoffeeTime’s data came from the organization’s limited budget, therefore, forcing the company to focus on highly affluent and highly modern cities within the large country of India. Accuracy of the data is affected by the small amount of population...

  28. India's Growing Population

    Ganesh Jaitmal Asst. Professor, Dept. of Economics, Sangamner College, Sangamner India’s Growing Population Abstract The population explosion is a curse for the developing countries like India, the population explosion is a curse and is damaging to the development of the country and its...

  29. Waste

    Municipal Solid Waste Management in India: Present Practices and Future Challenge Sunil Kumar sunil_neeri@yahoo.co.in / sunil_neeri@iitb.ac.in 15 August 2005 Abstract Due to rapid urbanization and uncontrolled growth rate of population, municipal solid waste management (MSWM) has become acute...

  30. Water

    , agriculture and households. Over the years, increasing population, growing industrialisation, expanding agriculture and rising standards of living have pushed up the demand for water. Efforts have been made to collect water by building dams and reservoirs and creating ground water structures such as...