POPULATION:
A group of individuals or items that share one or more
characteristics from which data can be gathered and
an...
Factors affecting Population
Growth Rates
Population growth depends on rates of birth, death,
immigration, and emigration.
There are just three sources of change in population size:
1. Fertility
2. Mortality
3. Migration
The 10 countries largest with total population
ESTIMATED WORLD POPULATION
 Increase in availability of labour
 Increased innovation
 Technological advancement
 Increased productivity
 Improve...
Aggrevates poverty
Increase in unemployment
Results in food crisis
Increase in consumption & wastage
Tremendous press...
Excess migration to cities
Increase in urban slums
Decreases standard of living
Causes many social evils
“CONTROLLED POPULATION
GROWTH IS A DRIVEN
FORCE FOR ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT. BUT, IF IT
IS UNCONTROLLED IT WILL
BE A DISASTER...
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Population Growth
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. POPULATION: A group of individuals or items that share one or more characteristics from which data can be gathered and analyzed. POPULATION GROWTH:  Change in population over a period of time.
  • 2. Factors affecting Population Growth Rates Population growth depends on rates of birth, death, immigration, and emigration.
  • 3. There are just three sources of change in population size: 1. Fertility 2. Mortality 3. Migration
  • 4. The 10 countries largest with total population
  • 5. ESTIMATED WORLD POPULATION
  • 6.  Increase in availability of labour  Increased innovation  Technological advancement  Increased productivity  Improvement in trade structure  Increase in per capita income
  • 7. Aggrevates poverty Increase in unemployment Results in food crisis Increase in consumption & wastage Tremendous pressure on natural resources
  • 8. Excess migration to cities Increase in urban slums Decreases standard of living Causes many social evils
  • 9. “CONTROLLED POPULATION GROWTH IS A DRIVEN FORCE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. BUT, IF IT IS UNCONTROLLED IT WILL BE A DISASTER!!!”