West Bengal Sex Ratio


Map of West Bengal Sex Ratio

Map of West Bengal Sex Ratio NEPAL SIKKIM BHUTAN ASSAM MYANMAR BENGLADESH ORISSA JHARKHAND BIHAR
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*The Map showing sex ratio in West Bengal as per 2011 census of India. Map highlights the females per thousand males.

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DistrictFemale per thousand male
Kolkata899
Haora 935
Uttar Dinajpur936
Purba Medinipur*936
Maldah 939
Koch Bihar942
Barddhaman943
Nadia947
South Twenty Four Parganas949
North Twenty Four Parganas949
Bankura 954
Dakshin Dinajpur954
Jalpaiguri954
Puruliya955
Birbhum956
Murshidabad957
Hugli958
Paschim Medinipur*960
Darjeeling 971




Last Updated on : 7/06/2013



 

     


     

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