Population explosion — boon or bane? Greater population means more consumers for industries.
This thought of perceiving population as negative has been systematically drilled into us since childhood. However, a neutral perspective is needed to analyze this phenomenon of population growth.
And to a greater surprise, even the entire world is acknowledging this humongous population of India. Population growth is seen as the major cause of under-development nowadays. It becomes increasingly difficult to provide basic facilities if population is huge or is increasing at an alarming rate.
There are not enough resources to feed such a huge population. This also leads to problem of nutrition as insufficient nutrition leads to widespread issue of malnourishment.
Sanitation and health is compromised as providing healthcare to such a huge number of people is difficult. Thus, welfare would be improved if population was smaller or the growth lesser.
Due to lack of adequate resources, facilities, opportunities, etc. There are many hurdles in managing such a large population which is still increasing.
It becomes difficult to keep all happy. And if many are not happy, it may lead to social unrest. This problem in management leads to unplanned development and also aggravates issues of pollution and unsustainable living.
Huge population consumes lots of resources, thus leading to scarcity of resources.
There are employment issues. The primary sector is overflowing with people and since there is not enough growth and expansion in the manufacturing sector, the excess population is not being absorbed leading to unemployment.
Lack of skilled manpower deprives them opportunities in the services sector. Rapid population growth has led to the over exploitation of natural resources and environmental degradation.
Increasing population also puts pressure on limited infrastructure. It has negative impact on overall quality of life because it makes people work harder to achieve less.
This population growth of India will provide it with a demographic dividend. The working population is larger in number than the elderly as well as kids. Thus they can take care of these dependents.
Decrease in dependency ratio will increase savings. If the savings rise, investments increase and rise in the investments boost productivity and therefore prosperity. Population growth with reduced or reducing growth rate is extremely beneficial as it provides workforce for development of the nation.
Population growth is needed to maintain demographic dividend as this current population will age after few decades and they need to be replaced by others. Thus it can help the economy to grow.
India is the largest provider of skilled manpower in the world.
By educating all it can help us get educated workforce for many sectors as world economy is set to transform into a knowledge economy. Such educated workforce can lead the World and India towards prosperity.RE: India's huge population - bane or boon? -Ramesh Raghuvanshi (03/07/16) India `s huge population is bane because most of people are unskilled not useful to earn money burden to country.
73 p.c people depend on farming that one is burden on farming there no work to . RE: Population Growth - Boon or Bane to India's growth -Tanu (07/07/16) thnx for providing me this!!!!!
RE: Population Growth - Boon or Bane to India's growth -Deepa Kaushik (09/07/15) Any concern turns out to be a boon or bane according to the point of view of those who forsee the events.
Population growth — boon or bane? Malthus' Essay, which was the book of the hour. There were several factors, which facilitated a warm reception to the book in The two great political. RE: Population Growth - Boon or Bane to India's growth -Deepa Kaushik (09/07/15) Any concern turns out to be a boon or bane according to the point of view of those who forsee the events.
The perception of the people makes a situation to . Before moving on to the answer and concepts which will determine whether a population of about billion is a boon or a bane, we must look at some stats and figures: it has been projected that India will be the most populous country of the world by SOCIAL NETWORKING: BOON OR BANE Thesis Statement: This study entitled Social Networking Boon or Bane is limited to 30 night class students who are enrolled in 2nd Semester Year to .