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Demographic Dividend (New 2019) : Way Forward

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Demographic Dividend (New 2019)

Way Forward

  • How can India reap benefits of Demographic dividend?
    • Increasing expenditure on health and education
    • Increase investments on Research and Development
    • Investing more on skill formation
  • Building human capital: Investments need to be done in people through healthcare, quality education, jobs and skills which will help in building human capital, which is a key to support economic growth, end extreme poverty, and create a more inclusive society.
  • Skill formation to increase the level of employability of young population.…

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Population Pyramids: Population Pyramids and Demographic Transition

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Population Pyramids

  • The population pyramid includes the horizontal bars which represent the age groups in ascending order arranged one upon another like a pyramid. The length of the horizontal bar of an age group can be measured from the central axis which represents the number of females/males in the age group or the percentage of males/females in the age group to total male/female population.
  • Absolute pyramids are the one which shows the differences in the overall size of the total population in the respective age-sex group.
  • Percentage pyramids are the one which depicts …

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