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Population policy of india 2018

FP Family Planning Division is working on the national and state wise action plans so as to achieve FP goals. The technique of copper- T was also adopted. In that decade there were aggressive sterilisation campaigns, mainly targeting men, and these have stigmatised family planning ever since. An independent department called the Family Planning Department was set up. Second Five Year Plan: Work was done in the direction of education and research and the clinical approach was encouraged. The National Population Policy, NPP affirms the commitment of government towards voluntary and informed choice and consent of citizens while availing of reproductive health care services, and continuation of the target free approach in administering family planning services. Contact India Proposes Retooled Population Policy April Fifty-three years after independence, India is still looking for a viable policy to control population growth. It is based upon the need to simultaneously address issues of child survival, maternal health, and contraception, while increasing outreach and coverage of a comprehensive package of reproductive and child heath services by government, industry and the voluntary non-government sector, working in partnership. If current trends continue, India may overtake China in , to become the most populous country in the world. The last allocation of seats to states and union territories was undertaken on the basis of the census and was due to be revised following the census. While global population has increased threefold during this century, from 2 billion to 6 billion, the population of India has increased nearly five times from million 23 crores to 1 billion in the same period. Reduce the maternal mortality ratio to below per , live births; 5.

The NPP provides a policy framework for advancing goals and prioritizing strategies during the next decade, to meet the reproductive and child health needs of the people of India, and to achieve net replacement levels TFR by One well-publicized aspect of the National Population Policy concerns the allocation of seats in the Indian parliament.

It has been announced in the new population policy to keep the composition of the Lok Sabha unchanged by so that the states could co-operate without any fear.

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Second Five Year Plan: Work was done in the direction of education and research and the clinical approach was encouraged. But it might be harmful to those states which had taken part in the population control programme with great fervour. Although most contraceptive methods are for women, many women have no say in limiting their family size or in adopting a particular preventive method. Contact India Proposes Retooled Population Policy April Fifty-three years after independence, India is still looking for a viable policy to control population growth. Swaminathan was appointed to prepare the draft of a national population policy. In this policy, the minimum age for marriage determined by the Sharda Act, was increased. The National Health Policy, stated that replacement levels of total fertility rate TFR should be achieved by the year Santushti Strategy:- Under this strategy, Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh, invites private sector gynaecologists and vasectomy surgeons to conduct sterilization operations in Public Private Partnership mode. The NPP anticipates that proper implementation of this policy will help limit the population to 1, million crores in , instead of 1, million crores as projected by the Technical Group on Population Projections. It is based upon the need to simultaneously address issues of child survival, maternal health, and contraception, while increasing outreach and coverage of a comprehensive package of reproductive and child heath services by government, industry and the voluntary non-government sector, working in partnership. The long-term objective of achieving a stable population by , at a level consistent with the requirements of sustainable economic growth, social development, and environment protection will also require considerable effort and efficient implementation of the NPP. Both may be telling the truth. However, it is as much a function of making reproductive health care accessible and affordable for all, as of increasing the provision and outreach of primary and secondary education, extending basic amenities including sanitation, safe drinking water and housing, besides empowering women and enhancing their employment opportunities, and providing transport and communications.

The Central Government formulated the 'new national population policy' in February In addition, some of the measures may be open to misuse. Just a few months before the attainment of independence inthe Bhore Committee submitted its Report, which became the basis for developing a national population policy.

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Second Five Year Plan: Work was done in the direction of education and research and the clinical approach was encouraged. This helps to change the mindsets of the community.

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Experts point out that the population control strategy is linked to a series of other problems relating to discrimination against women and marginalised communities. About 4. The NPP anticipates that proper implementation of this policy will help limit the population to 1, million crores in , instead of 1, million crores as projected by the Technical Group on Population Projections. It increased the age for boys from 18 to 21 years and for girls from 14 to 18 years. The long-term objective of the Policy is to achieve a stable population by , at a level consistent with the requirements of sustainable economic growth, social development, and environmental protection. Reference : www. The National Health Policy, stated that replacement levels of total fertility rate TFR should be achieved by the year Several policies have been formulated in different Five-Year Plans by the Government of India for population control. The National Population Policy, NPP affirms the commitment of government towards voluntary and informed choice and consent of citizens while availing of reproductive health care services, and continuation of the target free approach in administering family planning services. But if it were revised then, according to one estimate, the number of seats allocated to the state of Tamil Nadu, which has reduced fertility, would have gone down from 39 to

The mother mortality rate had also to be reduced to below per one lakh.

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