Delhi Sex Ratio

Map of Delhi Sex Ratio

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*The Map showing sex ratio in Delhi as per 2011 census of India. Map highlights the females per thousand males in Delhi.

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As per the 2011 Census, Delhi has a total population of 16,753,235; previously it was 13,850,507 in 2001. Out of the total population of Delhi, the population of male are 8,976,410 and female are 7,776,825.
The total population growth was 20.96 percent and the population of the state forms 1.38 percent of the total population in India. The total area of Delhi is 1,483 sq. km with a Density of 11,297 per sq km.

The Sex Ratio in Delhi is 866 for each 1000 male. In the last census of 2001, the sex ratio was 821 per 1000 males in Delhi. The child sex ratio is 866 per 1000 males and has decreased as compared to 942 in the 2001 census. The Literacy rate in Delhi has risen and is 86.34 percent, with male literacy at 91.03 percent and female literacy at 80.93 percent. In actual figures, total literates in Delhi are 12,763,352 out of which males and females are 7,210,050 and 5,553,302, respectively.

Following is a table which provides district wise relevant data of population, growth, sex ratio, literacy and density in Delhi.

s.noDistrictPopulationMale PopulationFemale populationGrowthSex ratioDensity
1North West Delhi 36512611960677169058427.638628298
2South Delhi 27337521470288126346420.5985910935
3West Delhi 25315831349685118189818.9187619625
4South West Delhi 22923631248700104366330.628365445
5North East Delhi 22407491188307105244226.7388637346
6East Delhi 170772590672180100416.6888326683
7North Delhi 88341847226041115813.0487114973
8Central Delhi 578671305926272745-10.4889223149
9New Delhi 1337137384659867-25.358113820

Last Updated on : 7/06/2013




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