Madhya Pradesh Sex Ratio


Map of Madhya Pradesh Sex Ratio

Map of Madhya Pradesh Sex Ratio RAJASTHAN GUJARAT MAHARASHTRA CHHATTISGARH UTTAR PRADESH
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*The Map showing sex ratio in Madhya Pradesh as per 2011 census of India. Map highlights the females per thousand males. Disclaimer


DistrictFemale per thousand male
Bhind838
Morena839
Gwalior862
Datia875
Shivpuri877
Chhatarpur884
Sagar896
Vidisha897
Raisen899
Ashoknagar900
Tikamgarh901
Sheopur902
Panna907
Guna910
Bhopal911
Hoshangabad912
Damoh913
Singrauli916
Narsimhapur917
Sehore918
Indore924
Jabalpur925
Satna927
Rewa930
Harda932
Shajapur939
Dewas941
East Nimar944
Katni948
Burhanpur951
Sidhi952
Umaria953
Ujjain954
Rajgarh955
Neemuch959
Dhar961
West Nimar963
Chhindwara966
Mandsaur966
Shahdol968
Betul970
Ratlam973
Anuppur975
Barwani981
Seoni984
Jhabua989
Dindori1,004
Mandla1,005
Alirajpur1,009
Balaghat1,021




Last Updated on : 7/06/2013



 

     


     

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