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Population 1220

  1. 1. Kolkata,India
  2. 2. India, with 1,220,200,000 (1.22 billion) people is thesecond most populous country in the world, while Chinais on the top with over 1,350,044,605 (1.35 billion)people. .
  3. 3. Current Population of India in 2012 1,220,200,000 (1.22 billion)Total Male Population in India 628,800,000 (628.8 million)Total Female Population in India 591,400,000 (591.4 million)Sex Ratio 940 females per 1,000 malesAge structure0 to 25 years 50% of Indias currentpopulationIndias Population in 2011 1.21 billionIndias Population in 2001 1.02 billionPopulation of India in 1947 350 million
  4. 4. 51 children are born in every 1minute.....Demonstration=51 51
  5. 5. CountryPercent(%) of WorldPopulationChina 19.4India 17.5USA 4.5Indonesia 3.4Brazil 2.8Pakistan 2.7Bangladesh 2.4Nigeria 2.3Russia Federal 2.0Japan 1.9Others 41.2Top Ten Population Countries - World Population andIndia
  6. 6. Sr. No. State Name PopulationPercent(%) ofIndiaDensity1 Uttar Pradesh 19,95,81,477 16.49 8282 Maharashtra 11,23,72,972 9.29 3653 Bihar 10,38,04,637 8.58 1,1024 West Bengal 9,13,47,736 7.55 1,0295 Andhra Pradesh 8,46,65,533 7.00 3086MadhyaPradesh7,25,97,565 6.00 2367 Tamil Nadu 7,21,38,958 5.96 5558 Rajasthan 6,86,21,012 5.67 2019 Karnataka 6,11,30,704 5.05 31910 Gujarat 6,03,83,628 4.99 308Top Ten States of highest Population in India as per India Cencus 2011
  7. 7. Map showing the population density ofeach district in India
  8. 8. IndiaPopulation (in millions): 1901-2011
  9. 9. Religiousdemographics India contains the majority of theworlds Zoroastrians (even aheadofIran), Sikhs, Hindus, Jains andBaháís. Religious majorities vary greatlyby state. The majority of stateshave a Hindu majority.
  10. 10. Table 2: Census information for 2001*Composition Hindus Muslims Christians Sikhs Buddhist Jains Others% total ofpopulation 200180.5% 13.4% 2.3% 1.9% 0.8% 0.4% 0.6%10-Yr Growth %(est 91–01)20.3% 29.5% 22.6% 18.2% 24.5% 26.0% 103.1%Sex ratio† (avg.944)935 940 1009 895 955 940 1000Literacy rate(71.7% for Age 7& above)75.5 60.0 90.3 70.4 73.0 95.0 50.0WorkParticipation Rate40.4 31.3 39.7 37.7 40.6 32.9 48.4Rural sex ratio 944 953 1001 895 958 937 995Urban sex ratio 922 907 1026 886 944 941 966Child sex ratio (0–6 yrs)925 950 964 786 942 870 976
  11. 11. There are three mainprocesses of change ofpopulation : birth rates death rates migration
  12. 12. Birth rate is thenumber of live births perthousand persons in ayear.Death rate is thenumber of deaths perthousand persons in ayear.
  13. 13. Birth rate & Death rate
  14. 14. The third component of population growth ismigration. Migration is the movement of peopleacross regions and territories. Migration can beinternal (within the country) or international(between the countries).
  15. 15. The population of anation is generallygrouped into threebroad categories:Children (generallybelow 15 years)Working Age (15-59years)Aged (Above 59 years)
  16. 16. Children;They areeconomicallyunproductiveand needto be providedwith food,clothing,educationand medicalcare.Working Age;They areeconomicallyproductiveandbiologicallyreproductive.They comprisetheworkingpopulation.Aged;They can beeconomicallyproductivethoughthey and mayhave retired.
  17. 17. Sex ratio is defined as thenumber offemales per 1000 males in thepopulation.The sex ratio in the country hasalwaysremained unfavourable tofemales.Census year Sex ratio(Females per1000 males)1951 9461961 9411971 9301981 9341991 9292001 9332011 940
  18. 18. India is projected to overtake China asthe worlds most populous nation by2025. Indias population growth hasraised concerns that it would lead towidespread unemployment and politicalinstability.2020: 1,326,093,0002030: 1,460,743,0002040: 1,571,715,0002050: 1,656,554,000Year Population

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