What is the population of India according to 2001 and 2011 census?


What is the population of India according to 2001 and 2011 census?

Censuses of India, 1901-2011

Census Years Population Annual Growth Rate (percent)
1981 683,329,097 2.2
1991 846,421,039 2.2
2001 1,028,737,436 2.0
2011 1,210,193,422 1.6

What is the population of UP According to 2001 census?

In 2001, total population was 166,197,921 in which males were 87,565,369 while females were 78,632,552. The total population growth in this decade was 20.23 percent while in previous decade it was 25.80 percent. The population of Uttar Pradesh forms 16.50 percent of India in 2011.

What is the population density of India in 2001 census?

324 people per square kilometer
Density. Crowding worsened. India’s density on Census Day this year was 324 people per square kilometer, 57 points higher than in 1991. The highest population density, 9,294 people per square kilometer, was recorded by Delhi Union Territory, the seat of the federal government.

What is the growth rate of Indian population according to 2001 census report?

The total population in India alarmingly increased to 1 billion according to 2001 census. The population growth rate was still around 1.7% a rate at which our population could double in 33 years.

What is the density of population of India according to 2001 census?

324 persons per sq.km
According to the 2001 Census , the density of population in India was 324 persons per sq.km, which means that now 57 more people live in a square kilometer area in the country than the number that lived a decade ago.

How do you find the population of an area?

Check population of towns and villages of India provided by the Office of Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India. Users can also find state-wise population details for rural areas, towns and urban areas.

How do I search census by address?

To start using the address search tool, select ‘Search’ from the site menu and then ‘addresses’. You’ll be taken to our address search page where you can choose to search all record collections that recorded addresses, including the 1939 Register and most recently the 1921 Census.

What was the percentage of urbanisation in 2001?

27.82 per cent
According to the Census data, out of the country’s total population of 1,210.19 million in 2011, 377.11 million or 31.16 per cent is living in urban areas. In 2001, the share of the urban population was 27.82 per cent (286.12 million out of 1,028.61 million).