Even our government is also aware of everything but they are still not working for them. On the other hand, to meet the demand of rapidly increasing population, more food and other consumer goods are required. So it is difficult to estimate correctly the number of unproductive consumers or non-working population. As a result, unemployment and under-employment increase. Poverty is the biggest hallmark we see when talking about overpopulation. Only saying that population is a problem we should do something to stop it is not a solution.
Our population is rising by 2. In my my opinion, it is very much required for our government to take some serios steps reguading this problem. A study on consumerism indicates that the consumer will spend considerably less on non-essential items and substitute to more essential items like spending money on grandchildren, leisure and recreation Access Economics 2001a. Population has simply become a curse to India. Thus every year an extra 26 million people are added to the existing population. Huge populations have lead to illiteracy rate across India.
As these economic gains from having many children are uncertain, therefore a large number of children in the population entails a heavy burden on the economy, because these children simply consume and do not add to the national product. It is very difficult to manage a very big population for any country. It leads to the cutting of forests for cultivation leading to several environmental change. The money they remit is insignificant as compared with the above two types of losses. Spigler in developed countries there are 2 dependents against 3 workers, whereas in underdeveloped countries there are 4 dependents against 3 workers. This results in polluted air, water, noise and population in big cities and towns.
Melting of polar ice caps, changing climate patterns, rise in sea level are few of the consequences that we might we have to face due to environment pollution. Increasing population in india it is a very big problem because there have limitation of resourses , but increasing population there is arising lot of congestion in human place , car train etc, and most impotant problem is in food problem, because there have limitation lannd in india so crops producing is very limit. The first of these is the depletion of resources. Several countries facing this problem are trying to control their population growth. They also attend musical concerts, theatres and art galleries more frequently than younger people, read more and visit libraries more often. Thus, living in a big city is always more expensive than in small urban centers. It will grow even faster, if more women seek paid employment.
Social Infrastructure: Rapidly growing population necessitates large investments in social infrastructure and diverts resources from directly productive assets. And this will only happen if they are well educated. We as Indian citizen need to understand our responsibilities. Currently there is a gap between the baby boomer generation and generation Y those born in the 80s and 90s , leaving a large percentage of the population at the age of retirement, or in their final years of employment. Population can be turned into a boon for india if we can enhave the skill set of our citizens Yes, inceasing population is a major problem in a country like india… because an increase in population will lead to an incease in the nuber of vehicles to meet the demand of it,which will further increase pollution in india…so global warming will incease….
Its the population of India. In a unipolar world if some one is so powerful that they can bully others than its not heathy for others. On account of rapid growth of population people are required to spend a major part of their income on bringing up their children. India is a free democratic country this does not mean that citizens do not have some responsibility. But in the absence of complementary resources, it is not possible to expand jobs. For 1 job, today 500 people are competing. So their savings are too low to be invested.
The more, the population the more the demand for environmental resources. As to control a huge population is an important point of cocern so if we the people of India take the responsibility then this problem can be easily solved. Rapid Population declines Social Infrastructure: A welfare state line India is pledged to meet social needs of the people adequately and for this, the government has to spend a lot on providing basic facilities like education, housing and medical aid. It is evident that the baby boomers will continue to age and become highly reliant on an economy that does not have sufficient workers to supply their demands revealing an obvious upheaval in economic balance that has the potential to send Australia into another financial crisis Productive Ageing Centre, 2012. This creates a serious imbalance between investment requirements and the availability of investible funds. Inceasing population in India is mainly due to lack of knowledge, people do not able think that poverty will occur if there is overpopulation.
Capital Formation: Population growth retards capital formation. This should enable firms to take greater advantage of economies of scale. Making it a win-win situation for the India as well as the concerned countries. According to statistics, India has a pollution index of 76. The increase in population is due to the spread of health care facilities thus resulting in the fall of death rate.
Restrictions on improvements in living standards: Resources which could have been used to improve living standards may have to be devoted to the provision of goods and services for the extra number of dependants in the population. Children involve economic costs in the form of time and money spent in bringing them up. Everything has pros and cons. Lastly, with rapid population growth the domestic consumption of even exportable goods increases. Well you always have the manpower excuse and at that point no one can argue with you because cheap labor is always good no matter what. But they are also a form of investment if they work during childhood as is the case with the majority of families, and if they support parents in old age which is rare in the case of majority of children.
India is a heavily populated country where more than 30% of the total figure is below poverty line. I think … only we, the people of India, can solve these problem by creating awareness in the society and electing the right candidate for the parliament who are keen to resolve these issues. The government should allow certain rules regarding families , having more than 2 or 3 children to solve out the problem of Increasing Population in India. Government have to make a rule that every citizen can produce only 2 to 3 childrien per family. Young workers often leave jobs before their full potential is realised and some companies are having difficulties retaining ell trained workers and struggling with the loss of experience that is leaving with the baby boomer generation. Now a days over population is a very big problem. Agriculture is their main occupation.