Indian family system has undergone drastic change in response to development in terms of industrialization, education and urbanization. Comment.

Structure of the answer

  • Introduction
  • Write the impact of industrialization and urbanization on Indian family
  • Write about Family structure.
  • What are the Social problems for the senior citizens in the family.
  • Discuss the impact of education

Key points:

  • About: Industrialization leads to urbanization by creating economic growth and job opportunities that draw people to cities. Urbanization typically begins when a factory or multiple factories are established within a region, thus creating a high demand for factory labor.
  • Impact: Natural increase caused by a decrease in death rates while birth rates remain high. A range of economic, political,social, cultural and environmental factors affect urbanization. Urbanization is encouraged socially and culturally through the media.
  • You will learn about the effects of the Industrial Revolution on living and working conditions, urbanization (the growth of cities), child labor, public health, working class family life, the role of women, the emerging middle class, and economic growth and income.
  • The government passed the Factory Act making two hours of education a day compulsory for children working in factories. The government also granted money to charities for schools for the first time. In 1844, the Ragged Schools Union was set up to give schooling to very poor children.
  • Increase in National Income. Industrialization allows countries to make optimal use of their scarce resources. It increases the quantity and quality of goods manufactured in that company, which makes a larger contribution to gross national product (GNP).
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