The Problem Of Overpopulation In India And India

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The problem of overpopulation in developing countries

Overpopulation is one of the biggest problem in India. It is a big global issue that many countries struggle with it. Which affects high birth rate of fatalities in the developing countries like India and China There are several major reason for overpopulation, high birth rate and infant mortality rate is define as the proportion of births to the total overpopulation in a place and given time, and infant mortality rate is defined as number of children dying under a year of age divided by number of live that birth year. High birth rate and lack of education are prevalent in cussing countries. According to Global Population Growth by “Jennifer Weeks”, “in 2015, overpopulation an estimated
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According to economic developing says Sachin Tendulkar “There are over 200 million illiterate women in India. This low literacy negatively impacts not just their lives but also their families ' and the country 's economic development. A girl 's lack of education also has a negative impact on the health and well-being of her children.” Because there are lack of causes such as job opportunity, financial problem and poor education. The lack of the collage, school, and education have negative effects on the overpopulation in India and China. People move to one city to another city to earn money the law-income of large family does not afford to provide education to their children, do not give money to their children. However there are not sufficient collage, people cannot get into education. So People never understand the technology and cannot get …show more content…
Such as major source of income, manual casual labor jobs and cultivation are the major sources of income for rural people. Nearly 51 percent of all households are economy engaged in manual casual labor and nearly 30 percent of them are engaged in cultivation.

Overpopulation is worldwide problem the reasons are that birth rates are naturally falling around the world. The current global growth in world overpopulation exceeds the replacement rate of 2.1 births per women bur there are good reasons to believe that growth will slow down in the future as countries became more technology and economically advanced, people naturally choose to have fewer children, and also there is a link between increasing poverty, high birth rate and decline girls’

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