Mizoram Sex Ratio

Map of Mizoram Sex Ratio

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

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According to the 2011 Census, the total population of Mizoram is 1,091,014. Previously in the 2001 Census the total population was 888,573.
From the entire population of Mizoram, the male population is 552,339 and the female population is 538,675. The total population growth since the last ten years was 22.78 percent and the population of the state forms 0.09 percent of the entire population in India. Mizoram has an area of 21,081 sq. km with a Density of 52 per sq km.

The Sex Ratio in Mizoram is 975 for each 1000 male and has increased from 938 per 1000 males since the last census in 2001. The child sex ratio is 971 per 1000 males and has also increased as compared to 883 in the last census in 2001. Mizoram has a Literacy rate of 91.58 percent, with male literacy at 93.72 percent and female literacy at 89.40 percent. In figures, the total literates in Mizoram are 847,592 out of which the males are 438,949 and females are 408,643 respectively.

The following table provides district wise information of population, growth, sex ratio, literacy and density in Mizoram.

DistrictPopulationMale populationFemale populationGrowthSex ratioLiteracyDensity
Aizawl 40405420107220298224.07100998.5113
Champhai 125370632996207115.6698193.5139
Kolasib 83054424564059825.9295694.5460
Lawngtlai 117444603795706559.5394566.4146
Lunglei 154094792527484212.2994489.434
Mamit 85757445674119036.5992485.9628
Saiha 563662849027876-7.6897888.4140
Serchhip 64875328243205120.4597698.7646

DistrictFemale per thousand male

Last Updated on : 7/06/2013




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