By Bronte Jewell Year 7 Mr Tanner.
The rate of urbanisation in Norway is 1.35% annual rate of change.
The rate of urbanisation in India is 32.75% annual rate of change.
% Of Children that Attend School in India (6-14)
India is one of the largest countries in the world in both land and population. india is located in the continent of Asia, india is land filled with high mountain and vast deserts. many people that live in india are farmer going food to meet their families need. most other are computer engineer competing in the worlds marketplace. the variety of land, and culture in India makes it an exciting place to explore.
~The Indian school education system is one of the largest and most complex in the world.
~India has over 1.4 million school and at least 230 million enrolments every year.~ Education in India is provided by puplic sector and privation.
~ Free education is provided for ages 6 - 14.
- The Norwegian public eduction system is made up of primary school, lower secondary school and upper secondary school everyone aged between the ages of 6 - 16 must attend school in Norway.
- All pubic education is free.
- The Norwegian public education system is one of the best in Europe.
Europe's northern most country enjoys one of the world highest standard of living. Norway is famous for its mountains and amazing fjord coast lines.
% Of Children that Do Not Attend School in India (6-14)
% Of Children that Attend School in Norway (6-16)
% Of Children that Do Not Attend School in Norway (6-16)
Population Of Norway & India (2014)
India's population growth rate: 1.25%
Norway's population growth rate: 1.3%
India & Norway's Age Structure
India's Fertility Rate: 2.45 Births per Women
Norway's Fertility Rate: 1.8 Births per Women
India: 67.3 yrs (m), 69.6 years (f)
Norway: 79yrs (m), 83yrs (f)
India: 37.8/1000 births
Norway: 2/1000 births
India: Indian & English
Norway: Bokmal Norwegian & Nynorsk Norwegian
Population Under Poverty Line