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Populations 8.1.1. Census: Counting of people after every 10 years Population growth: 2.1% Urbanization: shifting of people in urban areas / continuous.

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1 Populations Census: Counting of people after every 10 years Population growth: 2.1% Urbanization: shifting of people in urban areas / continuous increase of urban population Migration: moving of people from one place/region/country to another Demography: demo=human, graphy=writing, it means some thing written about people or statistical study of human population. Quality of life: is determined with education, Health and food Density = average number of people per sq km (166per sq km in census 1998) Population 132, 352, 279

2 8.1.2.interpret graph account for rapid growth of population –Illiteracy –Warm climate –Early marriages –Joint family system –Polygamy –Ignorance of family planning measures –Drop in Death rates –Illegal immigration in the country –Less entertainment / tourism activities –Social and religious concepts

3 Uneven distribution of population Explain uneven distribution of population in different areas –Punjab 358 sq km (Lahore 5, 443, 495), Sindh 218 sq km Karachi 9, 339, 023), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 238 sq km, Balochistan 79 sq km –Climate (hot/cold), water access, food availability

4 Gender composition of population at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.06 male(s)/female years: 1.09 male(s)/female 65 years and over: 0.92 male(s)/female total population: 1.07 male(s)/female (2010 est.)

5 8.2 Population and development problems of over-population –Poverty increasing –Residential / settlement problems –Pollution increasing –Unemployment increasing –Problem of health facilities –Problem of educational facilities –Food problems –Child labour increasing –Human rights violation –

6 Demonstrate how rapid growth of population increase migrations and decreases economic development – low standard of education / health –High death rate of infants

7 Impact of Population growth on Education, Health, Nutrition –Many children out of school –Dropout ratio increasing –Vaccination issue –Death because of malaria etc –Malnutritution –Less life expectancy –Poverty increases –Water sewerage problems

8 Problems associated with migration (countryside to Urban centres) –Administration as rural people are not trained of city life –Health –Education –Employment –Transport / traffic problems –Need of more public services –Kachi abadis with less life facilities –Other residential problems / settlement –Encroachment –Load shading in major cities –Pollution


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