Factors That Affect Development of a Country
The challenges to the development of India are poverty, malnourishment, unemployment, illiteracy, and the lack of basic amenities. However, our country has adopted the goals like faster economic growth through industrialization, modernization of agriculture, and extending and modernizing education.
In India, a series of Five Year Plans was started in 1950 for the development. It includes a number of mega projects, such as the setting up steel plants in different parts of the country, Bhakra Nangal Dam, mining, fertilizer production, and improving agricultural techniques.
- Per Capita Income - Amount of Money earned by per person of the nation.
- Literacy Rate - Rate of educated people in the country out of total population of that nation.
- Health Status - Number of Healthy people without any diseases from the the total population of the country.