The study of the human population in connection to its surroundings to enhance its quality of life without hurting the environment is known as “population education.” -R.C. Sharma To help pupils build a rational and reasonable attitude and behaviour toward the situation, the educational program “Population Education” offers a study of the population problem in the family, community, nation, and globe.
A new area of research in the realm of education. Research into the effects of an ageing population on various age groups. examines how a country’s overall population affects its economic growth. assess pupils in exploring the relationship between the environment and people. Assists pupils in observing the mechanisms and effects of population expansion on the standard of living. It allows students to discuss the local, national, and international causes and effects of population expansion. It offers answers to population issues and improves the quality of human existence.