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Why is the rate of population growth in India declining since 1981?

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The rate of population in India is declining since 1981 because of the decrease in the birth rate, the spread of education, family planning programmes and national population policy, 2000.
Family planning programmes are very helpful in a way as these programmes are set up to make aware the people of their rights and help them to differentiate between their good and bad. Literacy rate has been so much help because it educates the people, as education is helpful in all respects, birth control measures are playing a greater role in declining the rate of population growth in India.

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