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Asked by Hari Dev

Mar 18, 2015

What is the difference between population growth and population change?

Three differences between Population Growth and Population Change:

(a) Population growth is the difference between birth rate and death rate plus migration per year.

(b) It is expr...

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Asked by Miss Mrunal Thombare

Mar 13, 2015

Discuss the major components of population growth.

The major components of population growth are Birth Rate, Death Rate and Migration. 

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Asked by Priya M

Jan 11, 2015

"Migration is an important determinant of population change". Explain

Migration plays avery significant role in changing the composition and distribution of population. Migration decides the population change in a big way. They change both population size and population composi...

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Asked by Yedida

Mar 18, 2015

What is the relation between occupational structure and development?

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Mar 22, 2015

Explain with examples the three main processes of change of population in India.

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Asked by Priya M

Jan 11, 2015

What is occupational structure? Classify the occupations with examples.

Thedistribution of the population according to the different types of occupation s is referred to as the occupational structu...

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Asked by Adithyan Sanal

Feb 7, 2015

Define annual growth rate?

The rate or the pace of population increase is the other important aspect.
It is studied in per cent per annum, e.g. a rate of increase of 2 per cent per annum means that in a given year, there was an in...

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Asked by Kirti Sharma

Jan 22, 2015

What is urbanisation of population? Mention its causes and impact.

Urbanization is a population shift from rural to urban areas, and the ways in which society adapts to the change. It predominantly results in the physical growth of urban areas,...

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Asked by Mehul

Jun 3, 2014

Describe the trends of migration in India.

In India, most migrations have been from rural to urban areas because of the push factor in rural areas. These are adverse conditions of poverty and unemployment in the rural areas and the pull of city in terms...

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Asked by Mehul

May 16, 2014

What could be the reason for variations in Sex Ratio?


 The reasons for sex ratio variations in the states of India is the social makeup of India. The people here have remained in favour of male child leading to female foeticide and dowry pro...

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