Etymology[ edit ] The term Mizoram is derived from two Mizo words-Mizo and ram. There is dispute on the term 'zo'. According to one view, 'zo' means 'highland' or hill and Mizoram means 'land of the Mizos'.
He may be contacted at sssangra gmail. India has more arable land area than any country except the United States, and more water area than any country except Canada and the United States.
Indian life therefore revolves mostly around agriculture and allied activities in small villages, where the overwhelming majority of the population live.
As per the census, In the world population was 1.
Byit became 3 billion, and by5 billion and in6 billion. Currently, one billion people are added every 12 — 13 years. When we see the population growth in India as shown in the table below, it will be observed that while the population of the country was From here onwards the population growth took exponential proportions of growth to Main source of the data prior to Some of the data prior to with higher figures are for the whole area of British India, which included also Pakistan and Burma.
Sincethe population has more than tripled which has resulted in increasingly impoverished and sub-standard conditions growing segments of the Indian population.
Although we are second to China in population, our country is adding almost an entire Australia each year, while literacy and girl child awareness are growing only at a few percentages, illiteracy, unemployment, poverty are increasing in leaps and bounds.
Yes, the government has taken steps to curb the population boom, but its effects will be visible only a few years down the line as and when the rules percolate to the rural regions of India, where more hands mean more income is the nature of thought everyone pursues. Notwithstanding that it affects the entire country and only leads to increase in poverty in that home and every home that thinks the same especially in the Rural India.
Overpopulation does not depend only on the size or density of the population, but on the ratio of population to available sustainable resources.
It also depends on the way resources are used and distributed amongst the population. If a given environment has a population of 10 individuals, but there is food or drinking water enough for only 9, then in a closed system where no trade is possible, that environment is overpopulated; if the population is but there is enough food, shelter, and water for for the indefinite future, then it is not overpopulated.
Over population can result from an increase in births, a decline in mortality rates due to medical advances, from an increase in immigration, or from an unsustainable biome and depletion of resources.
Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Agricultural Development: Problems and Prospects Dr. C.S Arneja and Gaganpreet Kaur Dept. of Extension Education Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. Problems and Prospects of Women Entrepreneurs: A case study of Quetta-Pakistan Muhammad AdeelAnjum and problemsfaced by women entrepreneurs and their prospects on the very issue of their entrepreneurship. The Problems & Prospects of Women Entrepreneurs. Context: NITI Aayog has launched the Women Entrepreneurship Platform (WEP), on the occasion of International Women’s Day. About the Women Entrepreneurship Platform: Aim: The initiative is aimed at building an ecosystem for women across India to realize their entrepreneurial aspirations, scale-up innovative initiatives and chalk-out sustainable, long-term strategies for their businesses.
Not that nothing has been done in India about the population control. After India became independent, population growth was seen as a major impediment to the socio-economic development of the country and restricting the population growth was seen as an appropriate development process related to economic development.
Ina sub-committee appointed by the Planning Commission asked the government to provide sterilization facilities and contraceptive advice through existing health services, in order to limit family size.
Worst sufferers are the poor, as they, not only increase larger in number due to ignorance but their economic status further gets deteriorated. The government need to put in place an effective population control system with an aim to formulate a policy that every family living in the country to limit their family size to irrespective of the caste, creed, religion,community or region.
The unwieldy growth of population has affected the living conditions of the people. The time has come when future citizens while in educational institutions should understand issues related to the population explosion and the consequential problems.
The centralization of whatever little family planning programs the country has, is often preventive due to stark considerations being given to regional differences.Mizoram is a landlocked state in North East India whose southern part shares kilometres long international borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, and northern part share domestic borders with Manipur, Assam and Tripura.
It is the fifth smallest state of India with 21, km 2 (8, sq mi). It extends from 21°56'N to 24°31'N, and 92°16'E to 93°26'E. The tropic of cancer runs through the.
Development of women entrepreneurship in India: The role of different institutions. Development of Women Entrepreneurship in India: Problems and Prospects, New Delhi: Discovery Publishing House. Google Scholar: Robb, A. M. (). Entrepreneurial performance by women and minorities: The case of . Problems and prospects of the rural women entrepreneurs in india 1.
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In this context, IIE proposed to study the “problems and prospects of women entrepreneurship in Uttarakhand”. This study is based primarily on information collected through questionnaires from male and female entrepreneurs. The data was collected from 13 districts of Uttarakhand.
Women are equally competent in running business but still lack behind in spite of women empowerment movement in our country, there are social, cultural and economic hurdles in the way of women entrepreneurship and the major problem is lack of entrepreneurial environment.
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