Haryana Census 2011
DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF HARYANA
Census of 2011 is __census of Haryana.
It is the 5th census of Haryana (1971, 1981, 1991, 2001, and 2011)
Total Population of Haryana
The total male population of Haryana
The total female population of Haryana
The population of Haryana is what percentage of India?
2.09% of the Indian population
The decadal growth rate of Haryana (2001-2011)?
The decadal growth rate of rural Haryana?
The decadal growth rate of urban Haryana?
Decadal change of population is more in case of females than males. True/False
The male population has increased from 8.95% to 17.51% but the female population has changed from 10.88% to 49.96%.
The decadal growth rate of males and females respectively
18.75% and 21.23% respectively
District with the highest percentage of urban population
Faridabad followed by Gurgaon and Panchkula
District with the highest percentage of the rural population
Mewat followed by Mahendragarh and Fatehabad.
District with the lowest percentage of urban population
District with the lowest percentage of the rural population
The most populated district of Haryana is ____.
Faridabad (then Hisar and Bhiwani)
The least populated district of Haryana is___.
Panchkula (then Rewari)
Which districts have a population below 10 lakhs?
Seven districts (Dadri, Jhajjar, Mahendragarh, Panchkula, Kurukshetra, Fatehabad and Rewari
Population wise, Haryana is at what position in India?
The total rural population of Haryana
65.12% (which is slightly lower than the national average of 68.9%)
The urban population of Haryana
34.88% (which is higher than the national average of 31.1%)
Religion order of Haryana
Which district has the highest population growth rate in Haryana?
Gurgaon (73.96%) (then Mewat)
Which district has the least population growth rate in Haryana?
Jhajjar (8.7%) (and then Jind (12%))
Population density of Haryana
573 (which is higher than the national average of 382)
District with the highest population density
Faridabad (2442) then Gurgaon (1204)
District with the lowest population density
Sirsa (303) then Bhiwani (342)
The overall sex ratio of Haryana
879 (least in India, lower than the national average of 943)
The rural sex ratio of Haryana
The urban sex ratio of Haryana
District with the highest rural sex ratio
Mewat and Rewari (907) followed by Fatehabad (902)
District with the highest urban sex ratio
Mewat (907) followed by Fatehabad (900)
District with the lowest rural sex ratio
Sonipat (850) followed by Rohtak (852)
District with the lowest urban sex ratio
Gurgaon (844) followed by Hisar (861)
District with overall least sex ratio
Gurgaon (854) and Sonipat (854/856)
District with maximum sex ratio in HR.
Mewat (907) and Fatehabad (903)
Only 4 UTs have a sex ratio lesser than Haryana. They are ____.
Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Delhi and Chandigarh
CHILD POPULATION (between the age group 0-6 years):
Overall child population of Haryana
33,80,721 (13.33% to total population)
Total male child population of HR
18,43,109 (13.66% to total population)
Total female child population of HR
15,37,612 (12.97% to total population)
District with the highest male-female child population
Faridabad followed by Mewat and Hisar
District with the lowest male-female child population
Panchkula followed by Mahendragarh and Rewari.
CHILD SEX RATIO:
The child sex ratio of Haryana
834 (as per December 2016, the Child SRB was recorded as 914)
The rural child sex ratio of HR
Urban Child sex ratio of HR
District with the highest child sex ratio
District with the highest rural child sex ratio
District with the highest urban child sex ratio
District with the lowest child sex ratio
District with the lowest rural child sex ratio
District with the lowest urban child sex ratio
Overall literacy rate of Haryana
Literacy rate of males
Literacy rate of Females
Rural literacy rate of Haryana
71.42% (which is higher than the national average of 67.8%)
Urban literacy rate of Haryana
83.14% (which is less than the national average of 84.1%)
District with the highest literacy rate
District with the highest rural literacy rate
The district having a highest urban literacy rate
District with the lowest literacy rate
District with the lowest rural literacy rate
District with the lowest urban literacy rate
Rural Male- Female literacy gap changed from 2001 to 2011
The gap has increased from 26.1% to 29.59%.
Crude Birth Rate (2016) of HR
20.7 (against the national average of 20.4)
Crude Death Rate (SRS 2016) of HR
5.9 (against the national average of 6.4)
Maternal Mortality Rate (SRS 2014-16) of HR
101 (against the national average of 130)
Infant Mortality Rate (SRS 2013) of HR
33 (against the national average of 34)
Total Fertility Rate (SRS 2012) of HR
2.3 (against the national average of 2.4)
SCHEDULED CASTE POPULATION:
Total SC population of Haryana
51,13,615 (which is 20.17% of total population)
Total rural SC population
Total urban SC population
SC male population of HR
SC female population of HR
SC population of Haryana is the __ percentage of the Indian SC population.
2.54% of India's SC population
SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION:
Total ST Population in Haryana
ZERO (Haryana has no scheduled tribes)
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