Porbandar Population

According to the census conducted in the year 2001, the Porbandar population is 133,083. Out of the total population, the male population is 51% while the population of the females is 49%. This sex ratio is a sign of a healthy society with a balanced male and female population. Eleven percent of the total population in the city of Porbandar constitutes of children less that six years of age.

Literacy Rate of Porbandar

Porbandar has progressed at an amazing rate regarding the average literacy rate of the city. The male literacy rate is 79% while the female literacy rate is 67%. The average rate of the city is as high as 73%. The literacy rate in Porbandar is higher than the average literacy rate of India, which is 61%.

Last Updated on 19th January 2013



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