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Demography

  1. 1. SHALINI JOSHI P.B.B.Sc.NSG Iind YEARSTATE COLLEGE OF NSG
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Demography is the study of human population.
  3. 3. It focuses its attention on three readily observable human phenomena:- • Change in population size • The composition of the population. • The distribution of population in space.
  4. 4. It deals with 5 “Demographic processes” namely Fertility Mortality Marriage Migration Social Mobility
  5. 5. definition It can be defined as “the scientific study ofhuman population, focusing attention onreadily observable human phenomena, eg.Change in population size, its composition anddistribution in space”
  6. 6. types of demography • It means the study ofStatic anatomy or structure of community and theirdemography environment in the given population. • It deals with physiology orDynamic function of communitiesdemography as regards changing pattern of mortality,fertility and migration
  7. 7. demographic cycle High stationary Early Decline expanding Low Late stationary expanding
  8. 8. Population of india
  9. 9. Growth rate When the crude death rate is substracted from the crude birth rate the net residual is the current annual growth rate. There is deep relation between the growth rate and population increase Growth rate =crude birth rate – crude death rate
  10. 10. Silent features of populationgrowth:- Approximately 95% of growth is occuring in developing countries. Currently one third of world population is under the age of 15 and will soon enter the reproductive bracket. Estimates shows that world population is likely to reach 10 billion people by 2050. The fertility rate in global is 2.5.
  11. 11. Age composition The proportion of population below 15 years(34.33%) is showing decline, where as proportion of elderly i.e. population aged above 60 years (6.77%) is increasing.
  12. 12. Sex ratio Sex ratio is defined as “ the number of females per 1000 males” The sex ratio in India is adverse to women
  13. 13. Sex ratio in indiaYear female/1000 male1921 9551931 9501941 9451951 9461961 9411971 9301981 9341991 9272001 9332011 940
  14. 14. Dependency ratio The proportion of person above 65 years of age and children below 15 years are considered to be dependent on the economically productivity. Total dependency ratio=children 0-14+ population more than 65 years * 100 Population 15-64 years
  15. 15. Age pyramid The age pyramid of India is typical, it has broad base and tapering top.
  16. 16. Density of population In the Indian census density is defined as “the number of persons living per square kilo meter. In 2005 the density of population in India was 345per square kilo meter.
  17. 17. Family size Family size refers to as the total number of person in a family. In demography family size means “the total number of children borne by a woman during her child bearing age.
  18. 18. urbanization The proportion of the urban population in india has been increased 28.4% by the natural growth and migration from villages.
  19. 19. Literacy and education A person is deemed literate if he or she can read and write with understanding in any language. The literacy rate of India for 2011 is 74.04%..
  20. 20. Literacy rates in india 1951-201180 74.0470 65.3860 52.2150 43.5740 34.4530 28.3020 18.33100 1951 1962 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
  21. 21. Life expectancy Life expectancy or expectation of life –at a given age is the average number of years which a person of that age may expect to live according to the mortality pattern prevalent in that country.

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