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  1. CENSUS OF INDIA 2011 PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT RELEASE OF Dr. C. CHANDRAMOULIREGISTRAR GENERAL & CENSUS COMMISSIONER, INDIA MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS30TH APRIL 2013 DATA HIGHLIGHTS

  2. Background • This is the first set of final data from the Population Enumeration exercise held in February 2011 • So far the data released from Census 2011 pertained to Houselisting and Housing Census covering • All Households • SC & ST Households • Female Headed Households • Slum Households

  3. Data Release – List of Indicators • Population* • Density • Population (0-6)* • Scheduled Castes Population • Scheduled Tribes Population • Number of Literates* • Number of Workers (Total, Main, Marginal) • Category of Economic Activity (Cultivators, Agricultural Labourers, Household Industry Workers, Other Workers) • Non Workers By Sex & Residence * - Provisional data released earlier

  4. DATA HIGHLIGHTS

  5. Population of IndiaCensus 2011 As on 0.00 Hrs. of 1st March, 2011 • Final Total Population of the country is 1,210,726,932* (or 1.21 billion) • Provisional Population Total1,210,193,422* • Difference: + 533,510 persons (0.04%) * Includes the estimated population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur. In the remaining slides, the figures exclude the estimated population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur.

  6. Decadal Change in PopulationIndia : 2001-2011 • There has been an increase of 181.96 million persons in absolute number of population in India during 2001-11 • Increase among males: 90.97 million • Increase among females: 90.99 million • Growth Rate of females (18.3%) is higher than males (17.1%)

  7. Decadal Change in PopulationIndia : 2001-2011 • Population of India grew by 17.7% during 2001-11, against 21.5% in the previous decade • Among the major States, highest decadal growth in population has been recorded in Bihar (25.4%) • 14 States/UTs have recorded population growth above 20%.

  8. DECADAL CHANGE IN POPULATION(IN %)

  9. Population – Rural Urban Distribution India : 1961-2011 • 833.5 million persons live in Rural areas as per Census 2011 - more than two-third of the total population • 377.1 million persons live in urban areas.

  10. Proportion of Urban PopulationIndia : 1951-2011 • Urban proportion has gone up from 17.3% in 1951 to 31.2% in 2011. • EAG states have lower urban proportion (21.1%) in comparison to non EAG states (39.7% ) • Highest proportion of urban population is in NCT Delhi (97.5%) • Top 5 States: Goa (62.2%), Mizoram (52.1%), Tamil Nadu (48.4%), Kerala (47.7%) & Maharashtra (45.2%)

  11. PROPORTION OF URBAN POPULATION(IN %)

  12. Density of PopulationIndia : 2011 (Persons per sq. km.) • Delhi (11,320) turns out to be the most densely inhabited followed by Chandigarh (9,258), among all States/UTs, both in 2001 and 2011 Census. • Among the major States, Bihar occupies the first position with a density of 1106, surpassing West Bengal which occupied the first position during 2001. • The minimum population density works out in Arunachal Pradesh (17) for both 2001 and 2011 Census.

  13. DENSITY OF POPULAITON

  14. Child Population (0-6 years)India : 2001, 2011 (in million) • The Child Population (0-6) is almost stationary - grown by only 0.4% in the last decade. • In 17 States/UTs the Child Population has declined in 2011 compared to 2001.

  15. PROPORTION OF CHILDPOPULATION(IN %)

  16. Sex Composition of Child Population(0-6) – India 2011 • The total number of children in India is 164.5 millions, about 660 thousand more than the number recorded in 2001 • Male Child (0-6) population has increased whereas Female Child population has decreased marginally during 2001-11 • 8 States, viz. Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Meghalaya have proportion of child population more than 15 percent.

  17. Sex Ratio of PopulationIndia : 2001, 2011 Sex ratio is defined as the number of females per 1000 males in a population.

  18. SEX RATIO

  19. States Ranked by Sex Ratio – 2011(Major States – Population 10 million and above) * Sex Ratio is defined as the number of females per 1000 males

  20. Child Sex Ratio (0-6)India : 2001, 2011 • The sex ratio in the age group 0-6 attempts to bring out the recent changes in our society in its attitude and outlook towards the girl child. • Also an indicator of the likely future trends of sex ratio in the population.

  21. CHILDSEX RATIO

  22. States Ranked by Child Sex Ratio (0-6) 2011 (Major States – Population 10 million and above) * Child Sex Ratio (0-6) is defined as the number of femalesper 1000 males in the age group 0-6 years.

  23. Scheduled Caste (SC) & Scheduled Tribe (ST)

  24. SCs/STs in India - 2011 • Scheduled Castes are notified in 31 States/UTs of India and Scheduled Tribes in 30 States • There are altogether 1,241 individual ethnic groups, etc. notified as Scheduled Castes in different States/UTs • Number of individual ethnic groups, etc. notified as Scheduled Tribes is 705 • There has been some changes in the List of SCs/STs in States/ UTs during the last decade

  25. Population of SCsIndia : 2011 (in million)

  26. Population of STsIndia : 2011 (in million)

  27. Proportion of SC/ST PopulationIndia – 2001, 2011 (In %)

  28. PROPORTION OF SCs

  29. PROPORTION OF STs

  30. Distribution of SCs Population by States - 2011 (In %)

  31. Distribution of STs Population by States – 2011 (In %)

  32. States/UTs Ranked by Proportion of SCs - 2011

  33. States/UTs Ranked by Proportion of STs - 2011

  34. Literates & Literacy Rates

  35. Number of LiteratesIndia : 2001, 2011 • A person (aged 7 and above) is considered literate, if he or she can read and write, with understanding, in any language. (in millions)

  36. Literacy Rate India : 2001, 2011 (in %) • Largest increase: Dadra & Nagar Haveli by 18.6 points (from 57.6% to 76.2%), Bihar by 14.8 points (from 47.0% to 61.8%), Tripura by 14.0 points (from 73.2% to 87.2%) • Improvement in Female literacy is higher than males in all States/UTs, except Mizoram (where it is same in both Males and Females) during the decade 2001-11.

  37. Literacy Rate – Rural Urban DifferentialIndia - 2001, 2011 • Gap between Literacy Rate in Urban and Rural areas is steadily declining in every census. In Census 2011, the gap stands at 16.3 points

  38. Gender Gap in Literacy Rate India - 2001, 2011 • Gender gap in Literacy Rate is steadily declining in every census. In Census 2011, the gap stands at 16.3 points

  39. LITERACY RATE AMONG FEMALES

  40. States/UTs Ranked by Literacy Rate 2011 (In %)

  41. Workers, Work Participation Rate (WPR) & Categories of Economic Activity

  42. Definition of Work(Economic Activity)- 2011 Worker: A person who has participated in any economically productive activity with or without compensation or profit Reference period: one year preceding the date of enumeration

  43. Number of Workers by ResidenceIndia : 2011 (in million) * Work Participation Rate is defined as the number of workers per 100 population

  44. Work Participation RateIndia : 2001, 2011 (In %)

  45. WORK PARTICIPATION RATE (PERSONS)

  46. WORK PARTICIPATION RATE (MALES)

  47. WORK PARTICIPATION RATE (FEMALES)

  48. States/UTs Ranked by WPR- 2011 (In %)

  49. States/UTs Ranked by WPR Females : 2011 (In %)

  50. Type of Workers- 2011 • Main Worker:Persons who ‘worked’ for 6 months or more during the reference year • Marginal Worker:Persons who ‘worked’ for less than 6 months. • For the first time in Census 2011, the marginal workers have been sub-divided in two categories, namely, those worked for less than 3 months and those who worked for 3 to 6 months • Non-Worker:Persons who did not ‘work’ at all during the reference period. Includes students, persons engaged in household duties, dependents, pensioners, beggars, etc.