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Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)

Fertility and mortality estimation of medium status of women and impact of socio-economic factors on fertility by separating age groups

Author(s):
Sharmin Akhtar, Ashraful Haque Bhuiyan and Md. Mostafizur Rahman
Abstract:
The present investigation was conducted to demographic estimation consists of the attempt to measure values of basic demographic parameters, such as the birth rate, the death rate or the level of total fertility and mortality in terms of size and age structure of over time. Though birth is a biological process and fertility is a current important issue in our country. Data were collected from 212 respondents with a questionnaire to estimate the levels and trends of naming fertility and mortality. A systematic and comprehensive exposition technique was used by Brass Method. The highest total fertility rate was in age group ‘25-29’ and birth rate was 0.00155 and the overall total fertility rate was 3.068. The probability of surviving was highest in age group ‘25-29’ for both sexes. All others factors were affected for higher fertility in age group ’25-29’, there will be needed for further policy making. The present findings would be helpful for the social and government planners and policy makers.
Pages: 848-852  |  460 Views  17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sharmin Akhtar, Ashraful Haque Bhuiyan, Md. Mostafizur Rahman. Fertility and mortality estimation of medium status of women and impact of socio-economic factors on fertility by separating age groups. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):848-852.
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