Development of a Country can Generally be determined by (1) Its per capita income (2) Its average literacy level (3) Health status of its people (4) All the above

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Updated on: November 9th, 2023

A Development of a Country is generally determined by its per capita income, average literacy level, and people’s health. Development is a process that involves growth, progress, positive change, or the addition of physical, social, environmental, economic, and demographic components.

Development of a Country

Poverty, malnourishment, unemployment, illiteracy, and a lack of basic amenities are all obstacles to a country’s development. However, our country has set goals such as faster economic growth through industrialization, agricultural modernization, and expanding and modernising education.

In the year 1950, India began a series of Five Year Plans for development. It includes a number of megaprojects, such as the construction of steel plants throughout the country, the Bhakra Nangal Dam, mining, fertilizer production, and agricultural improvement.

Measuring Factors of Development of a Country

Below are a few key measuring factors that contribute in their way & indicate the growth of a country.

  • Per Capita Income: Amount of Money earned per person of the nation.
  • Literacy Rate: Rate of educated people in the country out of the total population of that nation.
  • Health Status: Number of Healthy people without any diseases from the total population of the country.

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