The Census India body has reported on the census facts of Indian cities in 2011. Howbeit, the census survey is conducted on those cities only with a population value over 1 lakh. The census 2011 data of India covers information on all the chief yardsticks such as total population, literacy, child ratio etc. The article here aims to present the major Census Facts 2011 Cities.
When it comes to India population 2011 by city, it has been found that Greater Mumbai city contributes largely towards the population increment in the country. The census 2011 total population of India is 1.21 billion of which Mumbai of Maharashtra hosts 1.25 crores of population figures. The second most populated city in the country is Delhi with a population value of 11,007, 835.
On the contrary, Nagda city in Uttar Pradesh shows the least population value according to urban population census 2011. Nagda houses a population of 100,036. The Census India has also reported on the percentage of literacy rates in the city. As per the Census 2011 survey, Aizwal city in Mizoram shows the optimum rate of literacy in the country with 98.80% of literacy rate. It's closely followed by Kochi city of Kerala with a literacy rate of 97.49%. The Indian city with lowest literacy rate is Rampur. Rampur is situated in Uttar Pradesh and shows a literacy rate of 60.74%. Khurja city from the same state is the second least literate city in the country with a literacy rate of 67.63%.
In regards to sex ratio in the country, the Kozhikode city from the state of Kerala shows the optimum women sex ratio with 1093 females per 1000 men. When it comes to the lowest sex ratio in the Indian cities, two Gujarat cities have been found with minimal sex ratio among the cities surveyed. These two cities are Vapi with 734 females per 1,000 males and Surat with 754 females per 1,000 males.
When it comes to the number of children, Delhi shows the highest child figure (0-6 years) with a population of around 1,209,275 children in average. The second largest figure is found in Mumbai which hosts a child population of 1,139,146. The least number of children is found in the Darjeeling city of West Bengal. Darjeeling is a small city with a child population of 6,547 on an average. Then, city with second least child population is Khardah (West Bengal) with 6,579 numbers of children in average.