Name - NIKUNJ HIRAMAN MAHALUNGE Roll no - 393 Div - C Course - FYB.com Subject - Population INTRODUCTION A population is defined as a group of individuals of the same species living and interbreeding within a given area. Members of a population often rely on the same resources, are subject to similar environmental constraints, and depend on the availability of other members to persist over time. Advantages of Population A growing population can generate economic growth. - The birth of more people means there will be a greater number of parents investing in their youth. -Increased purchases in products such as food, clothing, education-related expenses, sporting goods and toys feed the economy. Disadvantages of Population As the population increases there will be more chances for the exploitation of natural resources. Low Per Capita Income. Low Quality of Life. Environmental Degradation and Others. The number of unproductive consumers is increasing. Unemployment. Graphically Representation Population Observation The population of India increased by three times during the period of 1951-2001. The rural population of India has increased around two and half times from 298.7 million to 741.7 million during 1951-2001, whereas the urban population has grown 4.6 fold from 62.4 million in 1951 to 285.3 million in 2001 CONCLUSION There has been an Increase of 181.96 Million Persons in Absolute Number of Population in india during 2001 11. Growth Rate of Females (18.3%) is higher than Males (17.1%). Population of India grew by 17.7% during 2001 - 11, against 21.5% in the Previous decade . THANK YOU!