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    • INTERNATIONAL LEARNING INSTITUTE
      INDORE(M.P.)
      Presentation on
      Census 2001 of India
      Submitted By:-
      Dilip Bhavel
      PGP+MBA
      Submitted to:-
      Prof. Sukesh Gupta
    • CONTENTS
      Introduction
      Organizational Chart of Census
      Hierarchy
      Provisional Population Table
      Provisional Population Statement
      Brief Analysis of The Provisional Result 2001 Census
    • Introduction
      The 2001 Census represents the 14 in the series and the 6 after the Independence of India.
      In1881 thatcensus is being conducted in Indiaonce every 10 years.
      The 2001 Census enumeration came to a close on the 5th March, 2001 all over the country
    • Organizational Chart of Census
      Hierarchy
    • Provisional Population Table
    • Provisional Population Statement
    • Brief Analysis of The Provisional Result 2001 Census
      1st March 2001.1 1,027,015,247 of which 531,277,078 were males and 495,738,169 were females.
      166,052,859 in U.P. and 540,493 in Sikkim.
      GROWTH RATE OF POPULATION 1991-2001
      The Growth rate decrease of 13.08 as compared to 1991 Census.
    • DENSITY OF POPULATION
      Delhi 9,294 persons per sq.km. and Arunachal Pradesh 13 persons per sq.km
      LITERACY
      The percentage of persons capable to read and write in any language in the whole of India was 65.38. 
      Literate males worked out to 75.85 and females 54.16. 
      Pondicherry ranks seventh in the whole of India.
    • Thankyou