Friday, October 14, 2016

Population Problem 

The 2001 census that India’s population has crossed the one billion mark. It was 100 crore and 127 lack on March 1, 2001. Ours is the second most populous country in the world after China. Every year we add one Australia to our world after China. Every year we add one Australia to our population. Although India covers 2.4 percent of the total world area, it contains 16 percent of the world population. The situation is alarming. The population problem poses several dangers. On account of the fast rising population, people do not get enough to eat. There is no space for living. Children cannot be properly educated and when they complete their education, there are hardly any jobs for them. 

Men today outnumber women in our country. Kerala achieved the distinction of being the first fully literate state in India in April 1991. Unless steps are taken to provide more education opportunities for women, our family life will suffer. Women as mothers are the best teacher for their children.

The country should take a serious note of the population explosion. Our progress is possible only when we can look after all our countrymen, educate them, give those jobs and ensure the minimum standard of lively for every citizen in this vast country. We must control our population; this is in our national interest.


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