Suggestion for Success of the Family Planning Program

Suggestion for Success of the Family Planning Program Suggestion for Success of the Program Following are the suggestions for the control of population and the success of family planning program in India. 1. Population Education- Population related education should be provided to the youth. This education should be arranged in schools. 2. Make family welfare … Read more

Evaluation of Family Planning Program in India 

Evaluation of Family Planning Program in India  Family planning was adopted as a national program in India in the year 1952. This policy was started in the country from the first five year plan itself, but it could be implemented effectively only after the fourth five year plan. This policy was successful to some extent … Read more

Reasons for failure of family planning in India

Reasons for failure of family planning in India For some years, family planning has been implemented on priority at the government level, but still the desired reduction in the birth rate has not happened. The pace of population control has been slow. The following obstacles and difficulties are behind the partial success of family planning … Read more

Success or Achievements of Family Planning and Welfare Program

Success or Achievements of Family Planning and Welfare Program 1. Large scale use of sterilization and loop facility- The achievements of family planning in India are visible in increasing sterilization operations and installation of loops. According to a rough estimate, 13.5 crore vasectomy operations have been performed so far and more than 1 crore women … Read more

What is Population Policy – 2000

What is Population Policy – 2000 ? Answer Population Policy-2000 The new ‘National Population Policy-2000’ was announced by the Central Government on February 15, 2000. The immediate objective of this new population policy is to supply contraceptives to underserved areas, to expand the health care infrastructure and to recruit health workers, while the medium term … Read more

Subject – Matter of Population Policy

Subject – Matter of Population Policy The population policy of a country is determined by relating the four demographic variables size, rate, distribution and formation to its economic, political, ecological and social sciences etc. The above variables are explained as follows: (i) Size means the total population of an area. (ii) Rate refers to the … Read more

Elements of a Prudent Population Policy

Elements of a Prudent Population Policy Following are the main elements of a prudent population policy  Arrangement for the welfare of women’s society- For the success of population policy, it is necessary that arrangements should be made for the welfare of women’s society. In fact, in reducing the birth rate, women’s awareness, advancement in their … Read more

Population Policy in India 

Population Policy in India    Meaning and Definition of Population Policy By population policy, we mean all those actions which are taken to reduce the increasing result of population and increase the productive qualities of the existing population. The policy adopted by the state to stop the growth of population and increase its productive qualities … Read more

Explain Infant Mortality Rate 

Explain Infant Mortality Rate  Infant Mortality Rate Infant mortality refers to the deaths in the first year of age. This year is the year most affecting the life table because in addition to old age, generally the number of deaths in this year is more than any other group of age. Infant mortality rate is … Read more

Problems of urbanization

Problems of urbanization Due to the increase in the pace of urbanization, many problems have arisen in the country, in which the following are the main ones. These are also called the effect of urbanization. Problem of houses – Due to rapid urbanization, the problem of houses has arisen in the cities, due to which … Read more

Causes of migration of population in cities / factors affecting urbanization

Causes of migration of population in cities / factors affecting urbanization 1. Development of Industries – Industries are established in such places where facilities like electricity, water, roads, rail and communication are already available. All these facilities are in or near the cities. Therefore, the villagers start coming to the cities to get employment in … Read more

Suggestions for the demerits of Indian Census and their improvement

Suggestions for the demerits of Indian Census and their improvement. Shortcomings of Indian Census There are some defects and difficulties in the Indian census. This error is as follows 1. Lack of Comparability – The concepts used in the previous censuses, the geographical area and the basis of classification and tabulation of data have been … Read more