Odisha Sex Ratio

Map of Odisha Sex Ratio

Map of Odisha Sex Ratio Jharkhand West Bengal Chhattisgarh Andhra Pradesh
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*The Map showing sex ratio in Odisha 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 Orissa is 41,947,358. Previously in the 2001 Census the total population was 36,804,660.
From the entire population of Orissa, the male population is 21,201,678 and the female population is 20,745,680. The population growth since the last ten years was 13.97 percent and the population of the state forms 3.47 percent of the entire population in India. Orissa has an area of 155,707 sq. km with a Density of 269 per sq km.

The Sex Ratio in Orissa is 978 for each 1000 male and has increased from 972 per 1000 males since the last census. The child sex ratio is 934 per 1000 males and has decreased as compared to 979 in the last census. Orissa has a Literacy rate of 73.45 percent, with male literacy at 82.40 percent and female literacy at 64.36 percent. In figures, the total literates in Orissa are 27,112,376 out of which the males are 15,326,036 and females are 11,786,340 respectively.

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

DistrictPopulationMale populationFemale populationGrowthSex ratioLiteracyDensity
Anugul 127170365489861680511.5594278.96199
Balangir 164857483134981722523.2998365.5251
Baleshwar 23174191184371113304814.4795780.66609
Bargarh 14788337483327305019.8497675.16253
Baudh 43991722099321892417.8299172.51142
Bhadrak 150652276059174593112.9598183.25601
Cuttack 26187081339153127955511.8695584.2666
Debagarh 31216415801715414713.8897673.07106
Dhenkanal 119294861259758035111.8294779.41268
Gajapati 57588028204129383910.99104254.29133
Ganjam 35201511777324174282711.3798171.88429
Jagatsinghapur 11366045776995589057.4796787.13681
Jajapur 182627592605890021712.4397280.44630
Jharsuguda 57949929701428248513.6995178.36274
Kalahandi 157305478517978787517.79100360.22199
Kandhamal 73195235940137255112.92103765.1291
Kendrapara 143989171769572219610.59100685.93545
Kendujhar 180277790713589564215.4298769217
Khordha 22463411166949107939219.6592587.51799
Koraput 137693467786469907016.63103149.87156
Malkangiri 61272730391330881421.53101649.49106
Mayurbhanj 25138951253633126026213.06100563.98241
Nabarangapur 121876260404661471618.81101848.2230
Nayagarh 96221550219446002111.391679.17247
Nuapada 60649030030730618314.28102058.2157
Puri 16979838652098327741396385.37488
Rayagada 96195946967249228715.74104850.88136
Sambalpur 104441052942451498611.6397376.91158
Subarnapur 65210733289731921020.3595974.42279
Sundargarh 20806641055723102494113.6697174.13214

DistrictFemale per thousand male

Last Updated on : 7/06/2013




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