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of how the changes is rate of growth of population in the relevant age-group in Kerala could result in declining trends in the rate of growth of enrolments and how education could decrease the death rate, the birth (fertility) rate, and on the whole the growth of population. Just as in the earlier chapters, inter-state comparison should have been attempted. It would have provided much deeper insights into the complexities of the relationship between education and population growth.

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