Educated India : Census Results 2011


Census 2011 result of India’s population is out. In this decade population of India has reached 121 crore i.e. 1.21 billion. Population growth rate of 17.64 percent is found lowest after the independence of India. One bad stats about Child sex ratio is decreased from 927 to 914. This shows that gender bias has been increased.
Overall Sex ratio is 940(no of women per thousand men) increased from 933 in 2001. Over all literacy rate has increased to 74 % from 65 % very well. At the end, growth of any nation depends up on the population that is educated and able to read 🙂

Some statistical facts about education are as below:

State with highest literacy rate: Kerala, 93.91 per centState with highest literacy rate: Bihar, 63.82 per cent

State with highest literacy rate: Kerala, 93.91 per centState with highest literacy rate: Bihar, 63.82 per cent

Category In 2001 In 2011
Male 75.26 82.14
Female 53.67 65.46
Total 64.83 74.04
State with highest literacy rate: Kerala, 93.91 per cent
State with lowest literacy rate: Bihar, 63.82 per cent
District with largest literacy rate: Mizoram’s Serchhip district (98.76 per cent
District with Lowset literacy rate: Madhya Pradesh’s Alirajpur district, 37.22 per cent

Two other facts:
1. 121 billion, population of India equals combined population of six countries.[USA, Indonesia, Brazil, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Japan ]
2. China’s is ahead of India with population of 1.35 billion.

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