Young graduate mothers gave birth to 899 girls per 1,000 boys, lower than the national average of 943, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of Census data.
Higher education levels have helped in better family planning, but they do not eliminate the preference for boys, the analysis reveals.
The reason, experts said, could be that the educated are more likely to afford sex-selective abortions to kill chances of giving birth to girls.
India outlawed sex-selective abortion in 1994.
In India smoking and other tobacco addiction have become dangerous problem .Smoking is very harmful for an individual and also for a nation because it create many diseases in human body
A significant part of population is habitual of smoking. Situation is much worst when youths are very much affected by it.
Children are the future of the country. We are at no.2 in the world in the case of population and we say that although we are very populated but a large part of this population is young so we have a large labor power to become a developed country.
We need well trained labor power to become a developed country. Today our children are working in local Dhabha, cycle shops, as a tea vender, and in many other small and mid-size factories.
Maternal death is like a curse for women. According to some reports in India 1 woman dies in every 8 minutes suffers from maternal death while 20 other face high risk to life because of maternity related issues.
The main age group of these women is 15-28. It is very sad that 90% of such cases are avoidable .It is very ashamed full for us that India is no.1 in the world in the case of maternal death.
Malnutrition in India has become a big problem .we should know first that what is malnutrition-
“Malnutrition is that situation in which food is taken in excess, lack or in wrong quantity .for ex. A child should take 1530kcal in a day but if he gets 1300kcal or something less or more amount of it, he would be a patient of malnutrition.”