Indian Census Result 2011 : Total Population

Indian population has crossed 121 crore (12.10 Billion) on 1 March 2011. The provisional census report has came. By this report population of India has crossed 121 Crore. Here is some other reports.

Total population – 1,21,01,93,422
Total number of male – 62,37,24,248
Total number of female – 58,64,69,174
% increase from 2001 to 2011 – 17.64%
The number of female on per thousand male – 940
Population density- 382 people per /KM square
Education – 74.04%
Education in male – 82.14%
Education in female – 65.46
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Best performer state is Kerala in population control and other facility. Here is report about Kerala’s population report.

Total population of Kerala – 3,33,87,677
Total number of male in Kerala – 1,60,21,290
Total number of female – 1,73,66,387
% increase from 2001 to 2011 in Kerala – 4.86% (Lowest in India)
The number of female on per thousand male in Kerala – 1,038 (Highest in India)
Population density in Kerala- 859 people per /KM square
Education in Kerala – 93.91% (Highest in India)
Education in male in Kerala – 96.02% (Highest in India)
Education in female in Kerala- 91.98% (Highest in India)

The worst performer state for population control and other human development facilities is Bihar. Here is population report for Bihar

Total population – 10.38,04,637
Total number of male in Bihar – 5,41,85,347
Total number of female Bihar- 4,96,19,290
% increase from 2001 to 2011 in Bihar – 25.07% (Highest in India)
The number of female on per thousand male in Bihar- 916 (5th lowest in India)
Population density in Bihar- 1,102 people per /KM square (2nd Highest in India)
Education in Bihar – 63.82% (Lowest in India)
Education in male in Bihar -73.39% (Lowest in India)
Education in female in Bihar – 53.33% (Lowest in India)

So, Bihar is in worst condition in view of population and education etc.

Population of India may be crossed China in very near future. Government should take proper step for control population, otherwise no any planning will work here in India.

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