Facts About Ek Koshish

The important impact of female foeticide is increasing the ratio day by day. It has increased the other problems for women as well like female trafficking, assault, rape, rape and kidnapping. The female foeticide has became the illegal practice in the soceity due to lack of awareness among the people. The laws against the fact of Female Foeticide should have crucial punishments.
Female foeticide is a horrific and illegal practice that has got to be stopped. The way to do this is by implementation of stronger laws and bringing about a change in the mind-set of our countrymen – uphill tasks, but absolutely crucial nevertheless.
Sex Determination of New Born Baby, due to availablilty of various technologies in last few years. Control of female foeticide, this serious challenge of this issue should be removed from this society. The proper awareness is very important stop Female foeticde.

Female child sex ratio has declined in Indian state.
(The child sex ratio is the ratio of females per 1,000 males in the 0-6 age-group.)

(Usually define sex ratio as (number of females/number of males) per 1,000 populations, at a specific point in time.)

The decline in India's sex ratio during the 20th century has been the subject of much discussion in recent years. Sex-selective abortion of the female foetus following a prenatal diagnostic test is widely believed to be the major contributor to this phenomenon.

Declining Child Sex Ratio

The census of 2011 has brought much disquiet because the child sex ratio (0-6 years) declined yet again, from 927 girls per 1,000 boys in 2001 to 914 girls per 1,000 boys in 2011.

India's sex ratio at birth (SRB) has been increasing since 2001

Following 2001, India's Sample Registration System has been publishing the sex ratio at birth in some of the more populous Indian states. Between 2001-03 and 2006-08, there have been substantial improvements in the sex ratio at birth in a large number of states, especially states such as Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan which have had very low sex ratios at birth for several decades.