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DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS, MADHYA PRADESH, BHOPAL 13 th November, 2014 CENSUS OF INDIA 2011 STATE LEVEL DATA DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP 1.

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1 DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS, MADHYA PRADESH, BHOPAL 13 th November, 2014 CENSUS OF INDIA 2011 STATE LEVEL DATA DISSEMINATION WORKSHOP 1

2 ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS Number of Administrative units in 2011 Census Madhya Pradesh Divisions910 Districts4550 Sub-districts Towns Statutory Towns Census Towns55112 Villages55,39354,903 Inhabited villages52,11751,929 Uninhabited villages3,2762,974 2

3 POPULATION 3

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5 POPULATION - CENSUS 2011 INDIA Total Population of the country is 1,210,726,932* (or crore ) 833,748,852 Rural Population 377,106,125 Urban Population MADHYA PRADESH Total Population of the state is 7,26,26,809 (or 7.26 crore) 5,05,57,404 Rural Population 2,00,69,405 Urban Population As on 0.00 Hrs. of 1 st March, 2011 * Includes the estimated population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur. In the remaining slides, the figures of India exclude the estimated population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur. 5

6  The population of Madhya Pradesh is more than that of many countries like Thailand, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Myanmar and South Africa.  Its population is slightly lower than that of countries like Iran, Turkey and Germany.  The population of Madhya Pradesh is higher than the combined population of Australia, Sri lanka and Afghanistan  Sixteen countries in the world have population more than that of Madhya Pradesh.  The increase in population during decade is higher than the total population of Greece (1.13 crore) A Comparison: Madhya Pradesh and Countries Madhya Pradesh and Other Countries Population (in Thousand) Germany82,057 Turkey75,705 Iran75,078 Madhya Pradesh72,627 Thailand68,139 France62,637 United Kingdom61,899 Italy60,098 Myanmar50,496 South Africa50,492 Republic of Korea48,454 Australia21,512 Nepal29,853 Sri Lanka20,410 (Source: World Population Prospects, the 2008 Revision 2010) SOME INTERESTING FINDINGS OF CENSUS

7 Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Population 2011 Sl. No.StatePopulation (in crore) Proportion in India 1.Chhattisgarh Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh

8 Percentage of Rural-Urban Composition- India, Madhya Pradesh & Neighbouring States Name of the State RuralUrban India Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Chhattisgarh Gujarat Maharashtra

9 Status of Madhya Pradesh and EAG states : Population 2011 Sl. No.StatePopulation (in crore) Proportion in India 1. India Madhya Pradesh Uttarakhand Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Bihar Jharkhand Odisha Chhattisgarh

10 Population rangeNumber of districts in each range Percentage of districts in each range and above12.0 Total50100 DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE, 2011

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12 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011 TOP Indore32,76,697 Jabalpur24,63,289 Sagar23,78,458 Bhopal23,71,061 Rewa23,65,106 BOTTOM Harda5,70,465 Umaria6,44,758 Sheopur6,87,861 Dindori7,04,524 Alirajpur7,28,999

13 DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011 Population range Number of tahsils in each range Percentage of tahsils in each range and above41.2 Total342100

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15 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE TAHSILS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011 TOP TahsilDistrictPopulation Indore 23,89,511 HuzurBhopal21,07,523 Gwalior (Gird)Gwalior14,95,487 Jabalpur 13,70,673 Sagar 8,23,015 BOTTOM OrchhaTikamgarh47,358 GulabganjVidisha54,164 DolariyaHoshangabad57,603 GyaraspurVidisha69,107 TyondaVidisha69,136

16 STATUS OF TOWNS : 2011 Civic StatusNumber of Towns (a) Statutory Towns (i) Municipal Corporations14 (ii) Municipalities96 (iii) Nagar Panchayats249 (iv) Cantonment Boards5 (v) Notified Areas0 (b) Census Towns112 TOTAL476 NUMBER OF URBAN AGGLOMERATIONS AND OUTGROWTHS : 1991 – 2011 Urban Agglomerations37 Out Growths86

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18 NUMBER OF TOWNS AND POPULATION WITH PERCENTAGE TO TOTAL URBAN POPULATION BY EACH CLASS IN TOWNS OF MADHYA PRADESH : 2011 Class of TownsNumber of TownsPopulation* Percentage to total urban population Class I3211,162, Class II312,141, Class III1133,342, Class IV1772,488, Class V112888, Class VI1145, Total47620,069, * Including OGs

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20 DISTRIBUTION OF STATUTORY TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE:2011 Population rangeNumber of Statutory towns in each range Percentage of statutory towns in each range & above51.4 Total364100

21 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE STATUTORY TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011 TOP Statutory towns TahsilDistrictPopulation Indore (M Corp. + OG)Indore 19,94,397 Bhopal (M Corp.)HuzurBhopal17,98,218 Jabalpur (M Corp. + OG)PanagarJabalpur10,81,677 Gwalior (M Corp.)Gwalior (Gird)Gwalior10,54,420 Ujjain (M Corp.)Ujjain 5,15,215 BOTTOM Bhedaghat (NP)Jabalpur 6,657 Nagri (NP)DalodaMandsaur7,034 Badagaon (NP)NalkhedaShajapur7,217 Sardarpur (NP)SardarpurDhar7,293 Kotar (NP)KotarSatna7,520

22 DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011 Population rangeNumber of census towns in each range Percentage of census towns in each range & above76.3 Total112100

23 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE CENSUS TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION : 2011 TOP Census Towns TahsilDistrictPopulation Bangarda ChhotaIndore 64,213 Jaura KhurdMorena 32,087 AmlaiSohagpurShahdol30,354 RajakhediSagar 24,232 Makronia BuzurgSagar 23,861 BOTTOM KapuriaSagar 1,902 SethiyaParasiaChhindwara3,113 PanaraJamaiChhindwara4,078 NowbasataHuzurRewa4,358 SaboSohagpurShahdol4,366

24 DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE,2011 Population rangeNumber of inhabited villages in each range Percentage of villages in each range & above310.1 Total

25 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011 TOP VillagesTahsilDistrictPopulation MohanaGwalior (Gird)Gwalior18,542 EmagirdBurhanpur 17,233 RajaudhaPorsaMorena16,524 DhulkotBhagwanpuraKhargone (West Nimar)15,736 BhensodaBhanpuraMandsaur15,365 BOTTOM AnwaraiBaiharBalaghat1 GhorelaBaiharBalaghat1 LadwaBaiharBalaghat1 DevkaniIsagarhAshoknagar1 BeldahiRampur NaikinSidhi1 * Apart from above, there are 49 other villages with population 1.

26 DISTRIBUTION OF FOREST VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011 Population range Number of forest villages in each range Percentage of forest villages in each range Nil & above100.9 Total

27 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE FOREST VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011 TOP Forest VillagesTahsilDistrictPopulation Narmada NagarPunasaKhandwa (East Nimar)9,198 SirwelBhagwanpuraKhargone (West Nimar)7,966 ChiriyaJhiranyaKhargone (West Nimar)6,489 DwatiyaNepanagarBurhanpur6,470 MandwaNepanagarBurhanpur6,059 BOTTOM Pahard MuharPichhoreShivpuri1 AnwaraiBaiharBalaghat1 GhorelaBaiharBalaghat1 LadwaBaiharBalaghat1 HinglajgarhBhanpuraMandsaur2 * Excluding 181 un-inhabited forest villages.

28 DECADAL GROWTH RATE 28

29 Decadal Change in Population : INDIA Growth Rate of females (18.3%) is higher than males (17.1%) MADHYA PRADESH Growth Rate of females (21.1%) is higher than males (19.6%) Growth (in crores) Males (in crores) Females (in crores) GR of Males in % GR of Females in % India Madhya Pradesh

30 Growth rate and Decadal Change in Population : MADHYA PRADESH Population of M.P. grew by 20.3% during , against 24.3% in the previous decade Highest decadal growth in population has been recorded in Indore (32.9%) 20 districts have recorded population growth above state average growth of 20.3%. Lowest decadal growth in population has been recorded in Anuppur (12.3%) INDIA Population of India grew by 17.7% during , 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%. 30

31 Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Growth rate 2011 StateGrowth rate (in %) India17.7 Chhattisgarh22.6 Gujarat19.3 Madhya Pradesh20.3 Maharashtra16.0 Rajasthan21.3 Uttar Pradesh

32 Status of Madhya Pradesh and other EAG states : Growth rate 2011 Sl. No.State Growth rate (in %) 1. India Madhya Pradesh Uttarakhand Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Bihar Jharkhand Odisha Chhattisgarh

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34 DENSITY 34

35 Density of Population : INDIA 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. The minimum population density works out in Arunachal Pradesh (17) for both 2001 and 2011 Census. MADHYA PRADESH Bhopal (855) turns out to be the most densely populated district followed by Indore (841), among all districts in 2011 Census. The minimum population density works out in Dindori district (94) for 2011 Census. Density of Population INDIA MADHYA PRADESH (Persons per sq. km.) 35

36  The density of a few countries is presented in the statement to understand the trend prevailing in various parts of the world.  The density of India is two and half times more as compared to China, the most populated country. The density of Madhya Pradesh is 1.7 times more as compared to China.  However, the density in many European, African and American countries are comparatively lower than India as well as Madhya Pradesh.  In 18 countries in the world, the density is higher compared to India. CountryDensity Bangladesh1142 INDIA382 Japan337 Sri Lanka311 U.K.253 Jamaica248 MADHYA PRADESH236 Germany229 Pakistan212 Nepal212 China140 Indonesia122 France120 U.S.A.32 Russia8 (Source: World Atlas (2010 estimated populations, as well as land sizes and densities). Comparison : India, Madhya Pradesh and other countries 36

37 Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Density of population 2011 Sl.No.StateDensity of population 1.Chhattisgarh189 2.Gujarat308 3.Madhya Pradesh236 4.Maharashtra365 5.Rajasthan200 6.Uttar Pradesh829 (persons per sq.km.) 37

38 Status of Madhya Pradesh and other EAG states : Density of Population 2011 Sl.No.StateDensity of population* 1. India Madhya Pradesh Uttarakhand Rajasthan Uttar Pradesh Bihar Jharkhand Odisha Chhattisgarh189 38

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40 SEX RATIO 40

41 Sex Ratio of Population : 2001, 2011 Sex ratio is defined as the number of females per 1000 males in a population. INDIAMADHYA PRADESH Change Change Total Rural Urban

42 DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011 Range of sex ratio for districts Number of districts in each range Percentage of districts in each range Less than and above48.0 Total50100 Sex ratio for MP (total)- 931

43 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO: 2011 TOP DistrictsSex ratio Balaghat1021 Alirajpur1011 Mandla1008 Dindori1002 Jhabua990 BOTTOM Bhind837 Morena840 Gwalior864 Datia873 Shivpuri877

44 DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011 Range of sex ratio for tahsils Number of tahsils in each range Percentage of tahsils in each range below & above277.9 Total Sex ratio for MP (total)- 931

45 DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011 Range of sex ratio for villages Number of inhabited villages Percentage of villages in each range Nil960.2 below & above Undefined40.0 Total Sex ratio for MP (rural) - 936

46 Literates & Literacy Rate 46

47 Number of Literates : 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 crores) It is observed that more number of female literates have increased during the decade as compared to male literates. INDIAMADHYA PRADESH Change Change Persons Males Females

48 Literacy Rate : 2001, 2011 (in %) INDIAMADHYA PRADESH Difference (2011 – 2001) Difference (2011 – 2001) Persons Males Females

49 DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011 Range of literacy rate for districts Number of districts in each range Percentage of districts in each range Total50100 Literacy rate for MP (total)

50 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO LITERACY RATE : 2011 TOP DistrictsLiteracy rate Jabalpur81.1 Indore80.9 Bhopal80.4 Balaghat77.1 Gwalior76.7 BOTTOM Alirajpur36.1 Jhabua43.3 Barwani49.1 Sheopur57.4 Dhar59.0

51 DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011 Range of literacy rate for tahsils Number of tahsils in each range Percentage of tahsils in each range Total Literacy rate for MP (total)

52 TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE TAHSILS ACCORDING TO LITERACY RATE: 2011 TOP TahsilsDistrictLiteracy rate Jabalpur 85.7 Indore 84.0 Hoshangabad 83.8 Sagar 82.6 Balaghat 82.3 BOTTOM PatiBarwani26.3 VarlaBarwani34.0 Alirajpur 34.0 JobatAlirajpur38.4 BhagwanpuraKhargone (West Nimar)39.4

53 DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011 Range of literacy rate for villages Number of inhabited villages Percentage of villages in each range Nil Total Literacy rate for MP (rural)- 63.9

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