Important Facts about Census 2011 – GK Updates for Upcoming Exams

Dear Readers, Census 2011 is the most important topic for the competitive exams, definitely we can expect questions from this report. To make you clear here we have given the important facts about the Census 2011. Kindly make use of it.

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Important Facts about Census 2011

ABOUT CENSUS 2011:

The survey was covered all 28 states and 7 Union Territories including 640 districts, 5,924 sub-districts, 7,935 towns and more than 6 lakh villages.

Population Total 1,210,854,977
Males 623,724,248
Females 586,469,174
Literacy Total 74%
Males 82.10%
Females 65.50%
Density of population Per Sq. KM 382
Sex Ratio Per 1000 Males 943 females
Child Sex Ratio (Upto 6 years) Per 1000 Males 919 females

Most Populated Metros

1. Mumbai 18,394,912
2. Delhi 16,349,831
3. Kolkata 14,035,959
4. Chennai 8,653,521
5. Bangalore 8,520,435

High/Top Populated States

1. Uttar Pradesh 19,95,81,477
2. Maharashtra 11,23,72,972
3. Bihar 10,38,04,637
4. West Bengal 9,13,47,736

Low/Bottom Populated States/UTs

1. Lakshadweep 64.47 Thousands
2. Daman & Diu 2.43 Lakh
3. Dada & Nagar Haveli 3.44 Lakh
4. Andaman & Nicobar Islands 3.81 Lakh
5. Sikkim 6.11 Lakh

Top Literacy States

1. Kerala 94.00%
2. Lakshadweep 91.85%
3. Mizoram 91.33%
4. Goa 88.70%
5. Tripura 87.22%

Bottom Literacy States

1. Bihar 63.82%
2. Arunachal Pradesh 66.95%

High Density States (per sq.km)

1. Delhi 11,297
2. Chandigarh 9,252
3. Puduchery 2,598
4. Daman & Diu 2,169
5. Lakshadweep 2,013

 IMPORTANT FACTS about Census 2011:

  • CENSUS 2011 is the 15th in an unbroken series since 1872.
  • It is the 7th Census of Independent India.
  • Tag line of Census 2011 – Our Census Our Future.
  • India’s Population is Approx. 17.5 % of World Population.
  • India is the Second Most Populous Country in the World.
  • Every 6th Person in the World is an Indian.
  • India has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25& More than 65% below the age of 35.

FACTS RELATED TO DISTRICTS IN CENSUS 2011:

  • Thane (Maharashtra) is the most populated district of India with 1.10 Crore Population.
  • Dibang Valley (Arunachal Pradesh) is the least populated district with 7,950 Population.
  • Mahe district (Puducherry) has highest Sex Ratio of 1176 females per 1000 males.
  • Daman district has lowest sex ratio of 553 females per 1000 males.
  • Serchhipp district (Mizoram) has highest literacy rate of 98.76%.
  • Alirajpur (Madhya Pradesh) is the least literate district with 37.20% only.
  • North East Delhi has the highest density with 37,346 person per Sq. Km.
  • Dibang Valley (Arunachal Pradesh) has the least density of 1 person per Sq. Km.

FACTS RELATED TO CITIES IN CENSUS 2011:

  • Mumbai is the most populated city in India with 1.24 Crore Population.
  • Kapurthala (Punjab) is the lease populated city with 99,000 Population.
  • Kozhikode (Kerala) has the highest Sex Ratio of 1093 female per 1000 males.
  • Bhiwandi (Maharashtra) has lowest Sex Ratio of 709 female per 1000 males.
  • Aizawl (Mizoram) has highest literacy rate city with 98.40%.
  • Sambhal (Uttar Pradesh) is the least literacy city with 48.20%.
  • Maharashtra is having 18 cities with more than 5 lakh population

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