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CENSUS OF INDIA 2011
STATE LEVEL
DATA DISSEMINATION
WORKSHOP
DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS, MADHYA PRADESH, BHOPAL
13th November, 2014
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ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS
Number of Administrative units in 2011 Census
Madhya Pradesh
2001
2011
Divisions
9
10
Districts
45
50
Sub-districts
259
342
Towns
394
476
339
364
55
112
55,393
54,903
52,117
51,929
3,276
2,974
Statutory Towns
Census Towns
Villages
Inhabited villages
Uninhabited villages
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POPULATION
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POPULATION - CENSUS 2011
As on 0.00 Hrs. of 1st March, 2011
INDIA
• Total Population of the country is
1,210,726,932* (or 121.07 crore)
•
833,748,852 Rural Population
•
377,106,125 Urban Population
MADHYA PRADESH
• Total Population of the state is
7,26,26,809 (or 7.26 crore)
5,05,57,404 Rural Population
2,00,69,405 Urban Population
* Includes the estimated population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati
district of Manipur.
In the remaining slides, the figures of India exclude the estimated population of Mao Maram,
Paomata and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur.
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SOME INTERESTING FINDINGS OF CENSUS 2011
A Comparison: Madhya Pradesh and Countries
Madhya Pradesh and Other
Countries
Germany
Turkey
Iran
Madhya Pradesh
Thailand
France
United Kingdom
Italy
Myanmar
South Africa
Republic of Korea
Australia
Nepal
Sri Lanka
Population (in Thousand)
82,057
75,705
75,078
72,627
68,139
62,637
61,899
60,098
50,496
50,492
48,454
21,512
29,853
20,410
 The population of Madhya Pradesh is more
than that of many countries like Thailand,
France, United Kingdom, Italy, Myanmar
and South Africa.
 Its population is slightly lower than that of
countries like Iran, Turkey and Germany.
 The population of Madhya Pradesh is
higher than the combined population of
Australia, Sri lanka and Afghanistan
 Sixteen countries in the world have
population more than that of Madhya
Pradesh .
 The increase in population during decade is
higher than the total population of Greece
(1.13 crore)
(Source: World Population Prospects, the 2008 Revision 2010)
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Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Population 2011
Sl. No.
State
Population
(in crore)
Proportion in
India
1.
Chhattisgarh
2.55
2.1
2.
Gujarat
6.04
5.0
3.
Madhya Pradesh
7.26
6.0
4.
Maharashtra
11.24
9.3
5.
Rajasthan
6.85
5.7
6.
Uttar Pradesh
19.98
16.5
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Percentage of Rural-Urban Composition- India ,
Madhya Pradesh & Neighbouring States
Name of the
State
Rural
Urban
2001
2011
2001
2011
India
72.2
68.9
27.8
31.1
Madhya
Pradesh
73.5
72.4
23.5
27.6
Rajasthan
76.6
75.1
23.4
24.9
Uttar Pradesh
79.2
77.7
20.8
22.3
Chhattisgarh
79.9
76.8
20.1
23.2
Gujarat
62.6
57.4
37.4
42.6
Maharashtra
57.6
54.8
42.4
45.2
Status of Madhya Pradesh and EAG states : Population 2011
Sl. No.
State
Population
(in crore)
Proportion in
India
121.06
100.00
1.
India
2.
Madhya Pradesh
7.26
6.00
3.
Uttarakhand
1.01
0.83
4.
Rajasthan
6.85
5.66
5.
Uttar Pradesh
19.98
16.51
6.
Bihar
10.41
8.60
7.
Jharkhand
3.30
2.73
8.
Odisha
4.20
3.47
9.
Chhattisgarh
2.55
2.11
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DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE, 2011
Population range
Number of districts in Percentage of districts in
each range
each range
1-999999
10
20.0
1000000-1499999
20
40.0
1500000-1999999
11
22.0
2000000-2499999
8
16.0
2500000 and above
1
2.0
Total
50
100
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011
TOP
Indore
32,76,697
Jabalpur
24,63,289
Sagar
23,78,458
Bhopal
23,71,061
Rewa
23,65,106
BOTTOM
Harda
5,70,465
Umaria
6,44,758
Sheopur
6,87,861
Dindori
7,04,524
Alirajpur
7,28,999
DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011
Population range
Number of tahsils in Percentage of tahsils
each range
in each range
1-49999
1
0.3
50000-99999
40
11.7
100000-199999
185
54.1
200000-499999
102
29.8
500000-999999
10
2.9
1000000 and above
4
1.2
342
100
Total
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE TAHSILS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011
TOP
Tahsil
District
Population
Indore
Huzur
Gwalior (Gird)
Jabalpur
Sagar
Indore
Bhopal
Gwalior
Jabalpur
Sagar
23,89,511
21,07,523
14,95,487
13,70,673
8,23,015
BOTTOM
Orchha
Gulabganj
Dolariya
Gyaraspur
Tyonda
Tikamgarh
Vidisha
Hoshangabad
Vidisha
Vidisha
47,358
54,164
57,603
69,107
69,136
STATUS OF TOWNS : 2011
Civic Status
Number of Towns
(a) Statutory Towns
(i) Municipal Corporations
14
(ii) Municipalities
96
(iii) Nagar Panchayats
249
(iv) Cantonment Boards
5
(v) Notified Areas
0
(b) Census Towns
112
TOTAL
476
NUMBER OF URBAN AGGLOMERATIONS AND OUTGROWTHS : 1991 – 2011
Urban Agglomerations
37
Out Growths
86
NUMBER OF TOWNS AND POPULATION WITH PERCENTAGE TO TOTAL URBAN
POPULATION BY EACH CLASS IN TOWNS OF MADHYA PRADESH : 2011
Class of Towns
Number of Towns
Population*
Percentage to total
urban population
Class I
32
11,162,693
55.6
Class II
31
2,141,049
10.7
Class III
113
3,342,380
16.7
Class IV
177
2,488,808
12.4
Class V
112
888,629
4.4
Class VI
11
45,846
0.2
Total
476
20,069,405
100.0
* Including OGs
DISTRIBUTION OF STATUTORY TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE:2011
Population range
Number of Statutory towns Percentage of statutory
in each range
towns in each range
1-9999
44
12.1
10000-19999
151
41.5
20000-29999
63
17.3
30000-49999
44
12.1
50000-99999
30
8.2
100000-499999
27
7.4
500000 & above
5
1.4
364
100
Total
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE STATUTORY TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011
Statutory towns
TOP
Tahsil
District
Indore (M Corp. + OG)
Bhopal (M Corp.)
Jabalpur (M Corp. + OG)
Gwalior (M Corp.)
Ujjain (M Corp.)
Indore
Huzur
Panagar
Gwalior (Gird)
Ujjain
BOTTOM
Indore
Bhopal
Jabalpur
Gwalior
Ujjain
Bhedaghat (NP)
Nagri (NP)
Badagaon (NP)
Sardarpur (NP)
Kotar (NP)
Jabalpur
Daloda
Nalkheda
Sardarpur
Kotar
Jabalpur
Mandsaur
Shajapur
Dhar
Satna
Population
19,94,397
17,98,218
10,81,677
10,54,420
5,15,215
6,657
7,034
7,217
7,293
7,520
DISTRIBUTION OF CENSUS TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011
Population range
Number of census
towns in each range
Percentage of census
towns in each range
1-4999
11
9.8
5000-9999
68
60.7
10000-14999
22
19.6
15000-19999
4
3.6
20000 & above
7
6.3
112
100
Total
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE CENSUS TOWNS ACCORDING TO POPULATION : 2011
TOP
Census Towns
Bangarda Chhota
Jaura Khurd
Amlai
Rajakhedi
Makronia Buzurg
Tahsil
Indore
Morena
Sohagpur
Sagar
Sagar
District
Indore
Morena
Shahdol
Sagar
Sagar
Population
64,213
32,087
30,354
24,232
23,861
BOTTOM
Kapuria
Sethiya
Panara
Nowbasata
Sabo
Sagar
Parasia
Jamai
Huzur
Sohagpur
Sagar
Chhindwara
Chhindwara
Rewa
Shahdol
1,902
3,113
4,078
4,358
4,366
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE ,2011
Population range
1-199
Number of inhabited
villages in each range
Percentage of villages in
each range
5434
10.5
200-499
11943
23.0
500-999
16339
31.5
1000-1999
12515
24.1
2000-4999
5084
9.8
5000-9999
583
1.1
31
0.1
51929
100.1
10000 & above
Total
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011
TOP
Villages
Tahsil
District
Population
Mohana
Emagird
Rajaudha
Dhulkot
Bhensoda
Gwalior (Gird)
Burhanpur
Porsa
Bhagwanpura
Bhanpura
Gwalior
Burhanpur
Morena
Khargone (West Nimar)
Mandsaur
18,542
17,233
16,524
15,736
15,365
BOTTOM
Anwarai
Baihar
Balaghat
Ghorela
Baihar
Balaghat
Ladwa
Baihar
Balaghat
Devkani
Isagarh
Ashoknagar
Beldahi
Rampur Naikin
Sidhi
* Apart from above, there are 49 other villages with population 1.
1
1
1
1
1
DISTRIBUTION OF FOREST VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE : 2011
Population range
Number of forest Percentage of forest villages
villages in each range
in each range
Nil
181
15.5
1-100
61
5.2
101-1000
719
61.7
1001-2000
136
11.7
2001-5000
58
5.0
5001 & above
10
0.9
1165
100
Total
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE FOREST VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION: 2011
TOP
Forest Villages
Narmada Nagar
Sirwel
Chiriya
Dwatiya
Mandwa
Tahsil
Punasa
Bhagwanpura
Jhiranya
Nepanagar
Nepanagar
District
Khandwa (East Nimar)
Khargone (West Nimar)
Khargone (West Nimar)
Burhanpur
Burhanpur
BOTTOM
Pahard Muhar
Pichhore
Shivpuri
Anwarai
Baihar
Balaghat
Ghorela
Baihar
Balaghat
Ladwa
Baihar
Balaghat
Hinglajgarh
Bhanpura
Mandsaur
* Excluding 181 un-inhabited forest villages.
Population
9,198
7,966
6,489
6,470
6,059
1
1
1
1
2
DECADAL GROWTH RATE
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Decadal Change in Population : 2001-2011
Growth
Males
Females (in
crores)
GR of Males
in %
(in crores)
(in crores)
India
18.20
Madhya
Pradesh
1.23
GR of
Females in %
9.10
9.10
17.1
18.3
0.62
0.61
19.6
21.1
INDIA
• Growth Rate of females (18.3%) is higher than males (17.1%)
MADHYA PRADESH
• Growth Rate of females (21.1%) is higher than males (19.6%)
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Growth rate and Decadal Change in Population :2001-2011
INDIA
MADHYA PRADESH
• Population of India grew by
17.7% during 2001-11, against
21.5% in the previous decade
• Population of M.P. grew by 20.3%
during 2001-11, against 24.3% in the
previous decade
• Among the major States, highest
decadal growth in population has
been recorded in Bihar (25.4%)
• Highest decadal growth in population
has been recorded in Indore (32.9%)
• 14 States/UTs have recorded
population growth above 20%.
• 20
districts
have
recorded
population growth above state
average growth of 20.3%.
• Lowest
decadal
growth
in
population has been recorded in
Anuppur (12.3%)
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Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Growth
rate 2011
State
Growth rate
(in %)
India
17.7
Chhattisgarh
22.6
Gujarat
19.3
Madhya Pradesh
20.3
Maharashtra
16.0
Rajasthan
21.3
Uttar Pradesh
20.2
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Status of Madhya Pradesh and other EAG states : Growth rate 2011
Sl. No.
State
Growth rate
(in %)
1.
India
17.7
2.
Madhya Pradesh
20.3
3.
Uttarakhand
18.8
4.
Rajasthan
21.3
5.
Uttar Pradesh
20.2
6.
Bihar
25.4
7.
Jharkhand
22.4
8.
Odisha
14.0
9.
Chhattisgarh
22.6
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DENSITY
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Density of Population : 2001-2011
(Persons per sq. km.)
Density of Population
2001
2011
INDIA
325
382
MADHYA PRADESH
196
236
INDIA
• Delhi (11,320) turns out to be the most densely inhabited followed by Chandigarh
(9,258), among all States/UTs, both in 2001 and 2011 Census.
• The minimum population density works out in Arunachal Pradesh (17) for both
2001 and 2011 Census.
MADHYA PRADESH
• Bhopal (855) turns out to be the most densely populated district followed by
Indore (841), among all districts in 2011 Census.
• The minimum population density works out in Dindori district (94)
for 2011 Census.
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Comparison : India, Madhya Pradesh and other countries
Country
Density
Bangladesh
INDIA
Japan
Sri Lanka
U.K.
Jamaica
1142
382
337
311
253
248
MADHYA PRADESH
236
Germany
Pakistan
Nepal
China
Indonesia
229
212
212
140
122
France
U.S.A.
Russia
120
32
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 The density of a few countries is
presented in the statement to
understand the trend prevailing in
various parts of the world.
 The density of India is two and half
times more as compared to China, the
most populated country. The density
of Madhya Pradesh is 1.7 times more
as compared to China.
 However, the density in many
European, African and
American
countries are comparatively lower
than India as well as Madhya Pradesh.
 In 18 countries in the world,
the
density is higher compared to India.
(Source: World Atlas (2010 estimated populations, as well as land sizes and densities).
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Status of Madhya Pradesh and its neighbouring states : Density of
population 2011
(persons per sq.km.)
Sl.No.
State
Density of population
1.
Chhattisgarh
189
2.
Gujarat
308
3.
Madhya Pradesh
236
4.
Maharashtra
365
5.
Rajasthan
200
6.
Uttar Pradesh
829
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Status of Madhya Pradesh and other EAG states : Density of
Population 2011
Sl.No.
State
Density of population*
1.
India
382
2.
Madhya Pradesh
236
3.
Uttarakhand
189
4.
Rajasthan
200
5.
Uttar Pradesh
829
6.
Bihar
1106
7.
Jharkhand
414
8.
Odisha
270
9.
Chhattisgarh
189
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SEX RATIO
40
Sex Ratio of Population : 2001, 2011
Sex ratio is defined as the number of females per 1000
males in a population.
INDIA
MADHYA PRADESH
2001
2011
Change
2001
2011
Change
Total
933
943
+10
919
931
+12
Rural
946
949
+3
927
936
+9
Urban
900
929
+29
898
918
+20
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DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011
Range of sex ratio for
districts
Number of districts Percentage of districts
in each range
in each range
Less than 850
2
4.0
850-899
6
12.0
900-949
20
40.0
950-999
18
36.0
1000 and above
4
8.0
Total
50
100
Sex ratio for MP (total)- 931
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO: 2011
TOP
Districts
Sex ratio
1021
1011
1008
1002
990
Balaghat
Alirajpur
Mandla
Dindori
Jhabua
BOTTOM
Bhind
Morena
Gwalior
Datia
Shivpuri
837
840
864
873
877
DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011
Range of sex ratio for Number of tahsils in each Percentage of tahsils in
tahsils
range
each range
below 825
3
0.9
825-849
9
2.6
850-874
17
5.0
875-899
44
12.9
900-924
69
20.2
925-949
63
18.4
950-974
70
20.5
975-999
40
11.7
1000 & above
27
7.9
Total
342
100.1
Sex ratio for MP (total)- 931
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO SEX RATIO RANGE : 2011
Range of sex ratio for
villages
Nil
below 700
700-749
750-799
800-849
850-899
900-949
950-999
1000-1099
1100 & above
Undefined
Total
Sex ratio for MP (rural) - 936
Number of inhabited
villages
96
681
594
1593
4181
8870
12508
11082
9913
2407
4
51929
Percentage of villages in
each range
0.2
1.3
1.1
3.1
8.1
17.1
24.1
21.3
19.1
4.6
0.0
100
Literates & Literacy Rate
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Number of Literates : 2001, 2011
(in crores)
• A person (aged 7 and above) is considered literate, if he or she can read and
write, with understanding, in any language.
INDIA
MADHYA PRADESH
2001
2011
Change
2001
2011
Change
Persons
56.07
76.35
+ 20.28
3.16
4.29
+ 1.13
Males
33.65
43.47
+ 9.82
1.97
2.52
+ 0.55
Females
22.42
32.88
+ 10.46
1.19
1.77
+ 0.58
• It is observed that more number of female literates have increased
during the decade as compared to male literates.
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Literacy Rate : 2001, 2011
(in %)
INDIA
2001
2011
Persons
64.8
73.0
Males
75.3
Females
53.7
MADHYA PRADESH
Difference
(2011 – 2001)
Difference
(2011 – 2001)
2001
2011
+8.2
63.7
69.3
+5.6
80.9
+5.6
76.1
78.7
+2.6
64.6
+10.9
50.3
59.2
+8.9
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DISTRIBUTION OF DISTRICTS BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011
Range of literacy rate for
districts
Number of districts in
each range
Percentage of districts in
each range
0-50
3
6.0
51-60
2
4.0
61-70
22
44.0
71-80
20
40.0
81-100
3
6.0
50
100
Total
Literacy rate for MP (total) - 69.3
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE DISTRICTS ACCORDING TO LITERACY RATE : 2011
TOP
Districts
Literacy rate
81.1
80.9
80.4
77.1
76.7
Jabalpur
Indore
Bhopal
Balaghat
Gwalior
BOTTOM
Alirajpur
Jhabua
Barwani
Sheopur
Dhar
36.1
43.3
49.1
57.4
59.0
DISTRIBUTION OF TAHSILS BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011
Range of literacy rate for Number of tahsils in each Percentage of tahsils in
tahsils
range
each range
0-30
1
0.3
31-40
5
1.5
41-50
15
4.4
51-60
39
11.4
61-70
149
43.6
71-80
118
34.5
81-100
15
4.4
342
100.1
Total
Literacy rate for MP (total) - 69.3
TOP AND BOTTOM FIVE TAHSILS ACCORDING TO LITERACY RATE: 2011
TOP
Tahsils
Jabalpur
Indore
Hoshangabad
Sagar
Balaghat
District
Jabalpur
Indore
Hoshangabad
Sagar
Balaghat
Literacy rate
85.7
84.0
83.8
82.6
82.3
BOTTOM
Pati
Varla
Alirajpur
Jobat
Bhagwanpura
Barwani
Barwani
Alirajpur
Alirajpur
Khargone (West Nimar)
26.3
34.0
34.0
38.4
39.4
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY LITERACY RATE RANGE : 2011
Range of literacy rate for Number of inhabited Percentage of villages
villages
villages
in each range
Nil
75
0.1
1-10
158
0.3
11-20
428
0.8
21-30
1103
2.1
31-40
2260
4.4
41-50
5003
9.6
51-60
10055
19.4
61-70
15909
30.6
71-80
12884
24.8
81-90
3506
6.8
91-100
548
1.1
Total
51929
100
Literacy rate for MP (rural)- 63.9
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