Punjab Sex Ratio

Map of Punjab Sex Ratio

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*The Map showing sex ratio in Punjab as per 2011 census of India.

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As per the 2011 Census, Punjab has a total population of 27,704,236; previously it was 24,358,999 in the 2001 Census.
From the total population of Punjab, the male population is 14,634,819 and the female population is 13,069,417. The population growth since the last census was 13.73 percent and the whole population of the state forms 2.29 percent of the entire population in India. The area of Punjab is 50,362 sq. km with a Density of 550 per sq km.

The Sex Ratio in Punjab is 893 for each 1000 male and has increased since the last census of 2001 in which it was 874 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio is 846 per 1000 males and has decreased as compared to 961 in the 2001 census. The Literacy rate in Punjab is 76.68 percent, with male literacy at 81.48 percent and female literacy at 71.34 percent. In figures, the total literates in Punjab are 18,988,611 out of which 10,626,788 are males and 8,361,823 are females.

The following is an informative table which provides district wise figures of population, growth, sex ratio, literacy and density in Punjab.

DistrictPopulationMale populationFemale populationGrowthSec ratioLiteracyDensity
Amritsar 24908911322088116880315.4888477.2932
Barnala 59629431784827844613.1687668.9419
Bathinda 138885974487564398417.3786569.6414
Faridkot 61800832712129088712.1888970.6424
Fatehgarh Sahib 59981432060327921111.3987180.3508
Firozpur 2026831107081295601916.0889369.8380
Gurdaspur 2299026121299510860319.389581.1649
Hoshiarpur 15827938069217758726.8596285.4466
Jalandhar 21817531140536104121711.1691382.4831
Kapurthala 8176684276593900098.3791280.2501
Ludhiana 3487882186620316216791586982.5975
Mansa 76880840892135988711.6288062.8350
Moga 99228952428946800010.989371.6444
Mohali 98614752498946115832.0287884.9830
Muktsar 90270247630042640216.189566.8348
Patiala 1892282100211289017019.488876.3596
Rupnagar 6833493572653260848.6791383.3488
Sangrur 165440887862877578012.388368.9449
Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar 6143623144152999474.5895480.3479
Tarn Taran 112007059023952983119.2889869.4464

DistrictFemale per thousand male
Fatehgarh Sahib 871
Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar878
Mansa 880
Sangrur 883
Amritsar 884
Patiala 888
Moga 893
Gurdaspur 895
Muktsar 895
Tarn-Taran 898
Jalandhar 913
Rupnagar 913
Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar954
Hoshiarpur 962

Last Updated on : 7/06/2013




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