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Patterns of population change in India, 1951-61

All India Seminar on Inter-State and Intra-State Variations in Population Growth Rates and Characteristics Institute of Economic Growth 1964.

Patterns of population change in India, 1951-61

[proceedings and papers].

by All India Seminar on Inter-State and Intra-State Variations in Population Growth Rates and Characteristics Institute of Economic Growth 1964.

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Published by Allied Publishers in Bombay, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Population

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited by Ashish Bose.
      ContributionsBose, Ashish, ed., Institute of Economic Growth (India)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB3639 .A55 1964
      The Physical Object
      Paginationli, 403 p.
      Number of Pages403
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL17075M
      LC Control Numbersa 68002074

      India experienced substantial mortality decline in the decades after By life expectation probably averaged about 68 years. However, much of the mortality decline resulted from narrow technical developments (e.g. immunizations) and was not always matched by commensurate advances in the state of the population’s health. The Emergency of –77 led to sterilization excesses, and. A change in definition led to declassification of many towns into villages. What followed then was a decline in the: (i) number of towns from 3, in to 2, in ; and (ii) decadal change in urban population from percent during to percent during (Figure 3). UNESCO, Census of India – Series I Miscellaneous Studies, Paper I of , Pt. I. Census of India – General Population Tables in India. Census of India – District Census Handbooks, Tonk Census of India – District Census Handbooks, Tonk. Between and there was only an % increase in the urban population (BBS, ). In Bangladesh the first significant phase of urbanization started in (CUS, ).During the decade there was a % increase in the urban population, more than twice the .


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Patterns of population change in India, 1951-61 by All India Seminar on Inter-State and Intra-State Variations in Population Growth Rates and Characteristics Institute of Economic Growth 1964. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Patterns of population change in India, Bombay, New York, Allied Publishers [] 1951-61 book Material Type: Conference 1951-61 book Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ashish Bose; Institute of Economic Growth (India).

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In this context, India’s population growth after independence can be classified into the following two phases: Rapid high growth High growth with sure signs of slowing down of the growth rate. Table 1: Trends of Population Growth in India, Census Population in Million Year Total Rural Urban Growth rate.

1951-61 book Author(s): Bose,Ashish; All-India Seminar on Population,(2d: Delhi); Institute of Economic Growth (India) Title(s): Patterns of population change in India, Edited by Ashish Bose.

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