Andhra Pradesh Sex Ratio


Map of Andhra Pradesh Sex Ratio

Map of Andhra Pradesh Sex Ratio
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*The Map showing sex ratio in Andhra Pradesh as per 2011 census of India. Map highlights the females per thousand males.

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As per the 2011 Census, Andhra Pradesh has a total population of 84,665,533; previously it was 76,210,007 in 2001. Out of the total population of Andhra Pradesh, the population of male are 42,509,881 and female are 42,155,652.
The total population growth was 11.10 percent and the population of the state forms 7.00 percent of India in 2011. The total area of Andhra Pradesh is 275045 sq. km with a Density of 308 per sq km.

The Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh is 992 for each 1000 male. In the last census of 2001, the sex ratio was 978 per 1000 males in Andhra Pradesh. The child sex ratio is 943 per 1000 males as compared to 896 in the 2001 census. The Literacy rate in Andhra Pradesh has risen and is 67.66 percent, with male literacy at 75.56 percent and female literacy at 59.74 percent. In actual figures, total literates in Andhra Pradesh are 51,438,510 of which males and females are 28,759,782 and 22,678,728, respectively.

Below we provide a table which provides district wise relevant data of population, growth, sex ratio, literacy and density.

s.noDistrictPopulationMale PopulationFemale PopulationGrowthSex RatioDensity
1Adilabad 27377381366964137077410.041003170
2Anantapur 40833152064928201838712.16977213
3Chittoor 41704682083505208696311.331002275
4East Godavari 5151549256941925821305.11005477
5Guntur 4889230244112824481029.51003429
6Hyderabad 4010238206435919458794.7194318480
7Karimnagar 3811738189706819146709.161009322
8Khammam 2798214139193614062788.51010175
9Krishna 4529009226831222606978.15997519
10Kurnool 40466012040101200650014.65984229
11Mahbubnagar 40421912046247199594415.03975219
12Medak 30318771524187150769013.55989313
13Nalgonda 3483648175806117255877.26982245
14Nizamabad 2552073125219112998828.81038321
15Prakasam 33927641712735168002910.9981192
16Rangareddy 52963962708694258770248.15955707
17Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore 29660821493254147282811.15986227
18Srikakulam 2699471134043013590416.381014462
19Visakhapatnam 42881132140872214724111.891003384
20Vizianagaram 2342868116191311809554.161016358
21Warangal 3522644176625717563878.52994274
22West Godavari 3934782196318419715983.451004508
23YSR 28845241454136143038810.87984188

DistrictFemale per thousand male
Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore986
West Godavari1004
East Godavari1005

Last Updated on : 7/06/2013




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