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Human resources

  1. 1. HUMAN RESOURCES - Ghanashyam
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION People are a nation’s greatest resource. human resource is the ultimate resource. Human resources like other resources are not equally distributed over the world. They differ in their educational levels, age and sex.
  3. 3. DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION  The way in which people are spread across the earth surface is known as the pattern of population distribution.  90 per cent of the world’s population lives in about 10 per cent of the land surface.  distribution of population in the world is extremely uneven.
  4. 4.  Some areas are very crowded And some are sparely populated. The crowded areas are south and south east Asia, Europe and north eastern North America. few people live in high latitude areas, tropical deserts, high mountains and areas of equatorial forests. Sixty per cent of the world’s people stay in just 10 countries.
  5. 5. ECONOMIC POSITION OFWORLD
  6. 6. World Population Graph(1850-200)
  7. 7. POPULATION DENSITY Population density is the number of people living in a unit area of the earth’s surface. It is naormally expressed as per square km. The average density of population in the whole world is 45 persons per square km. South Central Asia has the highest density of population
  8. 8. FACTORS AFFECTINGDISTRIBUTION OF POPULATIONGeographical FactorsSocial, Cultural and Economic Factors
  9. 9. Geographical Factors Topography Climate Soil Water Minerals
  10. 10. Social, Cultural andEconomic FactorsSocialCulturalEconomic
  11. 11. POPULATION CHANGE The population change refers to change in the number of people during a specific time. Births are usually measured using the birth rate i.e. the number of live births per 1,000 people. Deaths are usually measured using the death rate i.e. the number of deaths per 1,000 people.
  12. 12. Birth rate more than death rate.Population Increase
  13. 13. Birth rate is equal to death rate.Population Remains Same
  14. 14. Birth less than death rate.Population Decrease
  15. 15. POPULATION PYRAMIDINDIA
  16. 16. POPULATION PYRAMIDChina

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