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| Last Updated:: 15/02/2016

Population, Percentage Decadal Growth and Average Annual Exponential Growth Rates, 1991-2001 and 2001-2011

 

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State/UT Code India/State/Union Territory* Total Population Percentage decadal growth Average annual exponential growth rate
2001 2011 1991-2001 2001-2011 1991-2001 2001-2011
  INDIA 1,02,87,37,436 1,21,01,93,422 21.54 17.64 1.97 1.64
35 Andaman & Nicobar Islands* 3,56,152 3,79,944 26.9 6.68 2.41 0.65
28 Andhra Pradesh 7,62,10,007 8,46,65,533 14.59 11.1 1.37 1.06
12 Arunachal Pradesh 10,97,968 13,82,611 27 25.92 2.42 2.33
18 Assam 2,66,55,528 3,11,69,271 18.92 16.93 1.75 1.58
10 Bihar 8,29,98,509 10,38,04,637 28.62 25.07 2.55 2.26
04 Chandigarh* 9,00,635 10,54,686 40.28 17.1 3.44 1.59
22 Chhattisgarh 2,08,33,803 2,55,40,196 18.27 22.59 1.69 2.06
26 Dadra & Nagar Havel* 2,20,490 3,42,853 59.22 55.5 4.76 4.51
25 Daman & Diu* 1,58,204 2,42,911 55.73 53.54 4.53 4.38
30 Goa 13,47,668 14,57,723 15.21 8.17 1.43 0.79
24 Gujarat 5,06,71,017 6,03,83,628 22.66 19.17 2.06 1.77
06 Harayana 2,11,44,564 2,53,53,081 28.43 19.9 2.53 1.83
02 Himachal Pradesh 60,77,900 68,56,509 17.54 12.81 1.63 1.21
01 Jammu & Kashmir 1,01,43,700 1,25,48,926 29.43 23.71 2.61 2.15
20 Jharkhand 2,69,45,829 3,29,66,238 23.36 22.34 2.12 2.04
29 Karnataka 5,28,50,562 6,11,30,704 17.51 15.67 1.63 1.47
32 Kerala 3,18,41,374 3,33,87,677 9.43 4.86 0.9 0.48
31 Lakshadweep* 60,650 64,429 17.3 6.23 1.61 0.61
23 Madhya Pradesh 6,03,48,023 7,25,97,565 24.26 20.3 2.2 1.87
27 Maharashtra 9,68,78,627 11,23,72,972 22.73 15.99 2.07 1.49
14 Manipur 22,93,896 27,21,756 24.86 18.65 2.25 1.72
17 Meghalaya 23,18,822 29,64,007 30.65 27.82 2.71 2.49
15 Mizoram 8,88,573 10,91,014 28.82 22.78 2.57 2.07
13 Nagaland 19,90,036 19,80,602 64.43 -0.47 5.11 -0.05
07 NCT of Delhi* 1,38,50,507 167,53,235 47.02 20.96 3.93 1.92
21 Orissa 3,68,04,660 4,19,47,358 16.25 13.97 1.52 1.32
34 Puducherry* 9,74,345 12,44,464 20.62 27.72 1.89 2.48
03 Punjab 2,43,58,999 2,77,04,236 20.1 13.73 1.85 1.3
08 Rajasthan 5,65,07,188 6,86,21,012 28.41 21.44 2.53 1.96
11 Sikkim 5,40,851 6,07,688 33.06 12.36 2.9 1.17
33 Tamil Nadu 6,24,05,679 7,21,38,958 11.72 15.6 1.11 1.46
16 Tripura 31,99,203 36,71,032 16.03 14.75 1.5 1.39
09 Uttar Pradesh 16,61,97,921 19,95,91,477 25.85 20.09 2.33 1.85
05 Uttarakhand 84,89,349 1,01,16,752 20.41 19.17 1.87 1.77
19 West Bengal 8,01,76,197 9,13,47,736 17.77 13.93 1.65 1.31



Source:Census 2011 : Provisional Population Total - INDIA

Notes:

    • In working out “Decadal Growth” and ‘Percentage Decadal Growth’ for India 1941-51 and 1951-61 the population of Tuensang district for 1951 (7,025) and the population of Tuensang (83,501) and Mon (5,774) districts for 1961 Census of Ngaland state have not been taken into account as the areas were censused for the first time in 1951 and the same are not comparable.

    • The 1981 Census could not be held owing to disturbed conditions prevalling in Assam. Hence the population figures for 1981 Census of Assam have been worked out by ‘interpolation’.

    • The 1991 Census could not be held owing to disturbed conditions prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir. Hence the population figures for 1991 Census of Jammu and Kashmir have been worked out by ‘interpolation’.

    • Includes estimated population of Paomata, Mao Maram and Pural sub-divisions of Senapati District of Manipur for 2001.

    • Includes estimated population of Paomata, Mao Maram and Pural sub-divisions of Senapati District of Manipur for 2011.

    • The percentage decadal growth shown in column 4 of Statement 2 indicates a decline from 24.80 percent during the decade 1961-71 to 24.66 percent during this decade 1971-81, while the average annual exponential growth rate presented in column 7 of this statement shows an increase from 2.20 to 2.22. This is because the percent decadal variation has not been adjusted for the shift in reference date in 1971. The decadal variation for 1961-71 relates to 121 months while that 1971-81 relates to 119 months . If we adjust for this difference, the percentage decadal growth works out of 24.59 percent for 1961-71 and 24.87 percent for the decade 1971-81.