Some demographic issues in India

Dimitrov, I.

Naselenie 6(3): 88-97

1988


ISSN/ISBN: 0205-0617
PMID: 12282749
Document Number: 366559
The author examines India's population dynamics and growth over the last 75 years. Population growth is attributed to an increased birth rate, declines in both infant mortality and mortality at other ages, and aging of the population. The effectiveness of the country's six-year family planning programs and of the policy to reduce India's birth rate by 21 percent by the year 2000 are evaluated. (SUMMARY IN ENG AND RUS)

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