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Demographic Transition Model and Population Growth of India - Implications and Assessments

Author(s): Sanju Purohit

The demographic transition model (DTM) describes the progression of a country's population growth based on societal development. This paper examines the applicability of the DTM to India's unique demographic scenario and delves into the implications and assessments of India's population growth. The study includes vital analyses of the influence of urbanization, socioeconomic variables, and governmental policies on the demographic transition. It concludes with India's demographic change's potential social, economic, and environmental consequences.

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