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Original Research Article

Year: 2019 | Month: January-March | Volume: 4 | Issue: 1 | Pages: 299-302

Study of Total Children Ever Born in Ever Married Women of India: Regression Approach

Mahendra M. Alate1, S. V. Kakade2, Dhirajkumar A. Mane Patil1

1Statistician, Directorate of Research Office, 2Asso Prof. and Statistician Department of Community Medicine,
Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences “Deemed To Be University”, Karad

Corresponding Author: Mahendra M. Alate


Background: India is a developing country; facing problems of populations. The reasons for this population blast are poverty, unemployment and also pollution. General need for family planning for females as well as male. We are focusing on controlling birth rate in Ever Married Women(EMW) and factors affecting fertility
Aim: To Fit a regression model on total children ever born and asses the factors affecting for fertility in ever married women’s of India. Objective: To find out the auto correlation between total children ever born and demographic variable
Method: A community based cross sectional retro prospective study was conducted on urban and rural area. Only ever married women were enrolled. Results: Out of 89498 womens mean of total children’s ever born (3.00 ±2.225). Durbin-Watson d statistics was 1.857. The difference between observed value of TCEB and predicated value TCEB that is R2 = 0.532
Conclusion: We can concluded that, Fitted of regression model on total children ever born having sixty percentage variation from chosen demographic variables. In a real life controlling birth rate we focus on TCEB in EMW. These implementations to be need full for society.

Keywords: Ever Married Women, Total Children Ever Born

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