Rajasthan Census 2011
- The Census done in 1872 at the time of Lord Mayo is considered as the first Population Census of India. While at the time of Lord Rippon, the first Population Census of India was done in 1881 with the managed standard. The first Population Census of Independent India done in 1951. Census 2011 was 15th from 1872 and 7th since after the independence. The Census is described in the 7th
- The Population of India is 1,210,193,422 on reference date 01 March 2011 of the Census 2011. The population of Rajasthan has become 6,85,48,437 on the same date. The percentage of the total population of the country is 5.67%. According to Census 2011, from the total population of Rajasthan, 75.11% population live in a rural area and 24.89% population lives in an urban area. The Percentage of the female population in the State is 48.10%.
- The Administrative Setup of Rajasthan as per Census 2011:
- Number of Districts-33
- Number of Sub-divisions in the State-192
- Panchayat Committees-248
- Nagar Palika-185
- Gram Panchayat-9177
- Total Villages-44,672
- Towns and Cities-297
- Number of Divisions-7
An increase from figure of 5.65 crores in 2001. The rank of the state in the country is at 8th position.
Decadal Growth Rate
1. Barmer (32.55%)
1. Ganga Nagar
Rajasthan is at 11th position in the country from point of Decade growth rate
1. Jaipur (595)
1. Jaisalmer (17)
The density of population is more in the Eastern and Southern part of the state and comparatively less in Western and Northern part.
1. Dungarpur (994)
1. Dholpur (846)
The sex ratio has increased by 7 numbers in the Census 2011 in comparison to 921 of 2001. The sex ratio of the state has been increasing regularly since 1991.
Since 2001, there is an increase in overall Literacy Rate as well as Female Literacy level.
3,42,239 km2(10.40% of the country)
1st Rank in the country as per the area
Jaisalmer (38401 km2)
The Length from East to West is 869 km. The Length from North to South is 826 km. The Land boundary of the state or entire circumference.
Child Sex Ratio (0-6-year age)
More downfall has occurred in female population comparatively to male population 0-6 age class in all the districts of the state except Churu and Dungarpur
Scheduled Caste Population
A slight increase in SC population of 0.6% compared to Census 2001 (17.2%)
Scheduled Tribes Population
An increase in ST population of 0.9% compared to Census 2001 (13.5%)