The United Nations has estimated that the world population grew at an annual rate of 1. While the percentage of child population to the total population has shown fluctuating trend, the adult and aged populations have shown decreasing and increasing trends respectively. A note of caution has however to be struck. Population variables are both determinants and consequences of the development process. However, the situation has now changed and companies are now exploring this area again, corresponding with the increased number of foreigners entering Malaysia for medical care and the recent government focus on developing the industry. The improved trends in female literacy and the narrowing gender gap in the literacy rate, discussed later on in this Report corroborates this in substantial measure.
During 2001-2011, the growth rates of almost all States and Union Territories have registered a lower figure compared to the previous decade, namely, 1991-2001. On the other extreme, there are five States and Union Territories in the country that are yet to reach the one million mark. Christians are the third major group. Classification was made according to sex, caste, occupation, ownership statuses, type of housing, facilities present in the buildings, water facilities number of people per house, fuel used for cooking, kitchen and bathroom facilities, gadgets owned, vehicles owned, banking facilities and standard of living. Of this population, approximately 70,500 refugees and asylum seekers are from the Philippines, 69,700 from , and 21,800 from Indonesia. In old age to the females suffer greater neglect than their male counterparts. These are some basic census facts.
It is interesting to note that while in the world as a whole about 30 per cent population is below the age of 15 years, the corresponding figures for the developed and the developing regions are 20 per cent and 36 per cent respectively. Savings and investments become almost negligible because almost entire income is spent on consumption. In urban areas, the lowest number of male literates are returned in Lakshadweep 22,074 and the highest number in Maharashtra 2. Figure 4 depicts the percentage decadal growth rate of independent India. The States where number of illiterates has increased are Rajasthan 3.
It is the minimum when the country is in the final stage of demographic transition. Out of an increase of 202. Life expectancy is 80 year in Japan and 78 years in Norway. However life expectancy is lower in India as compared to life expectancy of the developed nations. We also need to think why is the literacy rate is low here in India compared to other developed countries. Indians were brought in to Malaysia during the British colonial period in late 18th century and early 19th centuries. Malaysian English also sees wide use in business, along with , which is a colloquial form of English with heavy , Chinese languages and influences.
It includes estimates and growth rates according to five different economic historians, along with estimates and overall averages derived from their estimates. Indian low per capita income, low standard of living, wide spread unemployment and under-employment etc. One of the important aspects of the population study is the age composition. The views expressed in this blog are entirely personal. On the contrary, the European countries, with low fertility rate and long life expectancy, have only 20 per cent of their populations in the younger age group. The ethnic Malayalees from Kerala celebrate the festival new year and Vishu. Urban areas in these regions will absorb most of the additional people.
Thus three-fourth of the population of aged 7 years and above is literate in the country. However, the number of female illiterates has increased in Rajasthan 929,566 , Madhya Pradesh 192,536 , Chhattisgarh 173,719 and Mizoram 895. In rural areas the population growth rate is 12. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Co. Jains and Buddhists as social groups are more like Hindus. The decadal variation for 1961-71 relates to 121 months while that 1971-81 relates to 119 months. As for the from , most of them where enlisted in the army in Malaya while some handled the bullock-cart services in the country.
State of Literacy Literacy level and educational attainment are vital indicators of development in a society. It is to be noticed that even North Eastern States like Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh have shown a declining trend. Pondicherry 1001 is second, while Chhatisgarh 990 and Tamil Nadu 986 are at third and fourth places respectively. All this information was collected, assimilated and the final report was given. Scientists who study and demographic trends suggest that birth sex ratio between 1. The Scheduled Castes population in absolute numbers has increased by 34.
India entered the second stage of demographic transition after 1921. This is almost a worldwide phenomena and India is no exception. It is also home to the biggest number of Muslim inhabitants for a non-Muslim majority nation. In addition, four reputable international universities have set up their branch campuses in Malaysia since 1998. Figure 18 Sex ratio in India: 1901-2011 Statement 12 Sex ratio, India: 1901-2011 Note: Please see notes behind Figures at a Glance. For example the number of female per thousand males was 1170 in Russia, 1060 in U. Much of the regional variation in dependency ratio in the country, therefore, can be attributed to variation in the proportion of children in the population.
A narrow belt running in southwestern direction connects this region with a very high dependency ratio in central and western parts of Madhya Pradesh. Census of India released its from 2011 last Friday. More recently, however, with the standardised, compulsory use of in Chinese schools, a huge majority of now speak , a non-native language that originated from northern China. Sex composition is expressed with the help of a ratio known as sex ratio. Plenty has been said about the idea of a demographic dividend that India needs to take advantage of.
Malays from different states in Malaysia carry distinct dialects that can sometimes be unintelligible to most of their fellow countrymen. The sum of the population of the States and Union Territories that registered less than the national growth rate has shown an impressive increase from about thirty four percent in 2001 to forty seven percent in 2011. The proportion of people in this age group, by and large, increases as the population of a country completes its demographic evolution. Literacy rate in 2001 showed an increase of 9. The statement also provides the ranking of these States and Union Territories by Population size in 2001 and 2011.