Essay About Population Growth
It will not be wrong to state that in future India will surely beat China also at least, in this context.The one important aspect of the current Census is the improvement in the gender ratio.This affects families to save less because they are spending all of their income on basic needs and cannot afford to educate their children, which produces poverty in the next generation.This results in low qualification and low chance of employment for children when they reach the working age.This time the gender ratio has improved on the national level but it has drastically worsened for those below six years of age.This ratio has decreased to 914 from 927 females for per 1000 male children.
With the increase of population, the volume of employment and unemployment increases.
In year 2001, there were 16 per cent children of 0-6 years category in the total population while in the year 2011 this has declined to 13 per cent.
Another remarking feature of the census results shows that the percentage growth of six most populous states—Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Bihar, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh have declined, which shows another impact of improved literacy and economic growth.
Some of the factors that are affected are unemployment, poverty and the restriction of economic expansion.
When the population increases, the cost of health, education, The revenues are not enough to provide for the population growth.