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Impact of population growth on

Social and Economic development


Unit III

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Economic development
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Level of consumption of various agricultural and
industrious product

Clothing

Housing
Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU
Economic development

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Government

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Economic development
Controlled and skilled population leads to
steady economic development

Economic development provides a better


quality of life

Small families fulfil standard of living

Population growth and economic development


are interdependent and interrelated
Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU
Economic development

Economic development depends upon the optimum use


of existing resources (human resources and natural
resources)

Population of a country is both an asset and a liability

Human Resources in collaboration with natural


resources assist in the process of economic development

Growing unemployment among the educated youth is a


serious economic problems
Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU
Educational development

Measured by adult literacy rate, school enrolment


ratio associated with certain demographic
characteristics

Educationally most advanced country- lower rates


of population growth, low or moderate birth rate

Countries least advanced educationally observed


to have higher rates of population growth, birth
rate, tending to raise further
Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU
How it affects the educational
system
Maintain an educational system that ensures a proper
education to every student

Population growth and educational difficulties are directly


correlated

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Over crowding schools
Over crowding leads to negative feelings among students

Need of build more and bigger schools

Cost money affect economy

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Changing in attitudes

Gang mentalities

Lack of education idealism

Lack of control can appear in schools with too


many students and not enough teachers

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Issues in funding
Need fund from the community

Population growth without and economic growth


may find resistance in the funding of the school

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Issues in funding
Lack of sports and recreational activities

Lack of supplies to cover the students need

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU


Continued education
Lower chance for student to attend college or other
extended education

Need to prevent dropouts and encourage continued


learning

Dr. Nisanth.P.M, Assistant Professor, Dept of Education, RGU