According to the Huffington Post, as a developed nation, India physical environment is gravely insufficient and lags behind other developed nations in the area of public health. In the aforementioned WHO Study, safe water, clean air, safe workplaces, safe communities, good nutrition, physical activity and most importantly preventive health care equates to good health. In a New York Times article, “India is Caught in a Climate Change Quandary”, the article conveys that there are 1.3 billion Indians that live in India, which over 304 million do not have access to electricity and 92 million do not have access to clean drinking water, resulting in poor nutritional habits creating new health issues while exacerbating old health ones. The environmental problems that poverty stricken Indians are experiencing is severe and the political system prior to 2013 did absolutely nothing to elevate the pain. According to WHO, the rapidly growing industry boom in India has further increased the health risk of poverty stricken Indians.
In some parts of India meals are eaten with rice (chawal), in others, flat breads (roti) are preferred. The food there is infused with spices such as cumin, turmeric, black pepper, cardamom, cloves and coriander etc. Most Hindus avoid eating beef since its a sacred animal. Economy The Indian economy is one of the fastest growing in the world; however due its enormous population, in terms of income and gross national product (GNP) per capita—one of the poorest. Indian labour force is estimated at 509.3 million, of this only 60% are employed in agriculture or related industries.
98 crore in 110 year with a growth rate of 407%. If the trend of increase in population will remain the same, the day is not far away when our all resources like wheat, sugar, vegetables, etc. will not be sufficient to distribute among the people. It is the time to control the population of India and to adopt the strict measures with the consent of Political as well as spiritual leaders Tables 1 to III show the statistics which are used for analysis. Population and its Growth, India: 1901-2011(TABLE-1) Population Decadal growth Change in decadal growth Average annual exponential growth rate (percent) Progressive growth rate over 1901 (percent) Absolute Percent Absolute Percent 1901 23,83,96,327 - - - - - 1911 25,20,93,390 1,36,97,063 5.75 - - 0.56 5.75 1921 25,13,21,213 -7,22,177 (0.31) -14469240 -6.05 -0.03 5.42 1931 27,89,77,238 2,76,56,025 11.00 28428202 11.31 1.04 17.02 1941 31,86,60,580 3,96,83,342 14.22 12027317 3.22 1.33 33.67 19511 36,10,88,090 4,24,27,510 13.31 2744168 -0.91 1.25 51.47 19611 43,92,34,771 7,81 ,46,681 21.64 35719171 8.33 1.96 84.25 1971 54,81,59,652 10,89,24,881 24.806 30778200 3.16 2.20
It had a Gini coefficient of 0.35 in 2011-12, higher than the all-India (rural) number of 0.28. Haryana, which saw a 6.1 percentage point increase in the richest 10% people in its urban areas from 2004-05 to 2011-12, also saw an increase in urban inequality. The coefficient there rose from 0.33 in 2004-05 to 0.38 in 2011-12. The all-India figure for urban areas in 2011-12 was
THE IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION ON THE COMMON MAN G.E.B Jeevitha M.Kavitha D.Sharmila I B.com –C K.C.S.Kasi Nadar College of Arts & Science ABSTRACT: The Indian Economy is a $2 trillion worth one and considered as a growth engine of Asia. It is one of the economies that grew more than 7% in recent years. The industry as well as the services sector has been growing in phenomenon way in recent years, especially in service sector India has achieved a rare destination of Global Software Exporter. Despite of these achievements, India has been marred by corruption, execution deficiencies, lack of efficiency leaders and inefficient political system. Due to these flaws, a group of Indians representing less than 2-3%
Since India’s independence, the subject of poverty in India has remained a major concern. According to the common definition of poverty, when a person can no longer meet the required levels to maintain specified standard of living, they are considered poor .This becomes apparent after just a short amount of time spent in the country. For example, states such as Goa, Delhi and Punjab have relatively low poverty ratios whereas 38% of the population of Bihar and Orissa live below the poverty line, the figures are even worse for Calcutta and Maharashtra pushing nearly 50%.The poverty and situations that people are forced to live in coupled with the burning desire to survive have resulted in people doing some unimaginable things to stay alive .Some sources suggest that now almost 60% of the world poor now call India home. It is also the country with the highest rate of Malnutrition among children under the age of 36 months: a massive
DATE May 2008 The author reflects upon the pace of economic growth in India. The author states that the rising inflation related to food, fuel and metals is affecting the world economy and analyzes the effect of global economic factors on the Indian economy. The author expresses optimism regarding the economic growth in India through drastic cutbacks. THE INTERNATIONAL INVESTOR AUTHOR(S) French,
And number of universities and colleges are increased and number of students also increased but comper to other countries India has less percent in higher education. . Higher Education in India unluckily, the development reached in Higher education is disgustingly insufficient to meet the increasing need of our society. India has the benefit of including 54 % of its population below the age of 25. But this human resource stay unexploited since only 6-7 % of the Indian youth in the age group 17-23 has access to higher education, of whom again merely 10 % receives, a chance to join post-graduate classes is only 1 % can pursue for M.Phil, and Ph.D. programmers.
Women Poverty: Lost in Statistics In India poverty has been measured in terms of absolute poverty using the recommendations of the Tendulkar Committee. The monthly per capita consumption expenditure of Rs. 972 in rural areas and Rs. 1047 in urban areas is treated as the poverty line at an all India level. According to this methodology 21.9% of the population in India is poor.