Table Formats For Cross Tabulaton Data

GENERAL POPULATION TABLES

A-SERIES: GENERAL POPULATION TABLES - 2011

This set of tabulation relates to basic population and will be based on full count. In these tables the total, male and female population on various levels of area units such as State, District, Tahsil/ Taluk/ PS/ Development Block, Town, City and Urban Agglomeration and their decadal variation, the distribution of villages by population size, the changes in area and jurisdiction of Districts since the Census 2001 and the population according to 2011 Jurisdiction, the new towns of Census 2011 and the towns of 2001 which were declassified in Census 2011 and their population are presented. These tabulations are compiled from the population count of the smallest units, the enumeration block.

A-1: NUMBER OF VILLAGES, TOWNS, HOUSEHOLDS, POPULATION AND AREA - 2011

This is the basic population table of the 2011 Census which furnishes the population by sex for territorial units at different levels separately for rural and urban areas. Besides population, this table also presents the area (in sq. kms.), density of population, number of inhabited villages and uninhabited villages, number of towns and households for each of the territorial units namely India/State/Union Territory/District/SubDistrict/UA/ City / Town. The area figures for States/Union Territories and Districts are as computed by Surveyor General of India and at lower levels below Districts the area figures are as supplied by the State Directors of Land Records or other local authorities.

A-1 (APPENDIX): CHANGES IN TERRITORIAL UNITS DURING 2001-2011

This appendix shows the 2011 territorial units up to Sub-District level and their constituent units as at the Census 2001 indicating the change, viz. names and areas added to and areas taken away from the corresponding 2001 jurisdiction of the units and the net area change in sq. kms.

A-2: DECADAL VARIATION IN POPULATION SINCE 1901

This table presents the population of territorial units up to District level from 1901 to 2011 and the decadal variation in population in absolute and percentage. The population figures for all the previous censuses in this table are adjusted to the 2011 jurisdiction. The absolute figures by sex is also presented in the table.

A-2 (APPENDIX): STATES AND DISTRICTS AT THE 2011 CENSUS SHOWING THE 2001 AREA AND POPULATION ACCORDING TO TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION IN 2001, CHANGE IN POPULATION OF 2001 ADJUSTED TO JURISDICTION OF 2011

This appendix gives information for each State, Union Territory and District, the 2001 area and population according to the territorial jurisdiction in 2001 and the 2001 adjusted population according to the 2011 jurisdiction. It also gives area and population according to the 2011 jurisdiction along with net increase or decrease of population purely due to the jurisdictional changes.

A-3: NUMBER OF INHABITED VILLAGES BY POPULATION, SIZE AND CLASS. - 2011

This table gives the total number of inhabited villages, rural population and distribution of number of villages by population size and sex. This table is presented up to sub- District level.

A-3 (APPENDIX): NUMBER AND POPULATION OF VILLAGES WITH POPULATION OF 5,000 AND ABOVE AND TOWNS WITH POPULATION BELOW 5,000 - 2011

This appendix gives number and population of villages with 5,000 and above population and their percentage to rural population. It also gives number and population of towns with population below 5,000 and their percentage to urban population. This table is presented upto sub-District level.

A-4: TOWNS AND URBAN AGGLOMERATIONS CLASSIFIED BY POPULATION SIZE CLASS IN 2011 WITH VARIATION SINCE 1901 - 2011

This table gives all the towns including urban agglomerations of 2011, their population by sex since 1901 and its decadal variation. The towns/ urban agglomerations are arranged in descending order of their 2011 population and are shown under the six population size classes: I – Population of 100,000 and above; II-Population of 50,000 to 99,999; III-Population of 20,000 to 49,999; IV - Population of 10,000 to 19,999; V-Population of 5,000 to 9,999; and VI-Population of less than 5,000. Data are also presented under urban agglomerations for each of their constituent units. The table, therefore, shows the trend of population growth of each town/urban agglomeration since by sex 1901.

A-4 (APPENDIX I): NEW TOWNS ADDED IN 2011 AND TOWNS OF 2001 DECLASSIFIED IN 2011

This appendix gives the new towns of 2011 which were not treated as towns in 2001 and also the towns of 2001 which have been declassified as rural in 2011. For the new towns the area as of 2011 and for the declassified towns the area as of the 2001 Census are presented. The population of these areas in 2001 and 2011 are also shown in the appendix. This appendix shows the change in rural/urban status of places between 2001 and 2011.

A-4 (APPENDIX II): CHANGES IN AREA OF TOWNS BETWEEN 2001- 2011 AND REASONS THEREOF

This appendix gives the list of towns which have undergone change in area between 2001 and 2011 and their area at the two censuses, with reason for changes in area.

A-5: UNION/STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT - 2011

The Union Primary Census Abstract gives data at India/State/Union Territory and District level, while the State Primary Census Abstract will include data at State/ Union Territory/ District/ Sub-District and Town Level.

The Union Primary Census Abstract gives information for each territorial unit, the area in sq. kms., Number of Households, Total population, Population in the age group 0-6, Scheduled Caste population, Scheduled Tribe population, Literates, Illiterates, Main workers and Marginal workers classified by the four broad categories namely (i) Cultivators, (ii) Agricultural labourers, (iii) Workers in Household industry and (iv) Other workers and also Non-workers. It therefore, indicates the basic socio-economic characteristics of the population for the territorial units by sex and residence.

This enables to compute some very important derived indicators such as population density, sex ratio, child sex ratio in the age-group of 0-6 years, literacy rates, work participation rates, etc.

A-5 (APPENDIX-I): INSTITUTIONAL HOUSEHOLDS AND THEIR POPULATION BY THEIR TYPE - 2011

This Appendix presents the data on type of institution, number of Institutional households and their population by sex at India/State/Union Territory /District/City level.

A-5 (APPENDIX II): HOUSELESS AND INSTITUTIONAL HOUSEHOLDS AND THEIR POPULATION - 2011

This appendix provides Houseless and Institutional Households and their population by sex and residence for India/State/UT District/CD Block/ UA/City/Town.

A-6: UNION/STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION - 2011

This table gives the same information as provided in Table A-5 for Institutional Population. This data is presented at different levels, namely, India/ States/Union territories/ Districts by residence.

A-7: UNION/STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR HOUSELESS POPULATION - 2011

This table gives the same information as provided in Table A-5 for Houseless Population. This data is presented at different levels, namely, India/ States/Union territories/ Districts by residence.

A-8: UNION/STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

This table gives the same information as provided in Table A-5 for Scheduled Caste Population. This data is presented at State/ Union Territory/ District/ Sub-District and Town Level for total, rural and urban.

A-9: UNION/STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

This table gives the same information as provided in Table A-5 for Scheduled Tribe Population. This data is presented at State/ Union Territory/ District/ Sub-District and Town Level for total, rural and urban.

A-10: STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR INDIVIDUAL SCHEDULED CASTE - 2011

This table gives the same data on different parameters provided in Table A-5 for individual Scheduled Caste Population and the number of households with at least one scheduled caste member. This data is presented at State level for total, rural and urban.

A-11: STATE PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT FOR INDIVIDUAL SCHEDULED TRIBE - 2011

This table gives the same data on different parameters provided in Table A-5 for individual Scheduled Tribe Population and the number of households with at least one scheduled tribe member. This data is presented at State level for total, rural and urban.

A-12: VILLAGE/TOWN PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT - 2011

This Table gives the same information as available in the Union/State Primary Census Abstract for villages and towns/ward arranged according to the Community Development Blocks. Apart from sub-District total, total for Community Development Block falling within the sub-District or part of the Community Development Block falling in other Sub-District is also presented.

A-12 (APPENDIX-I): TOTAL SCHEDULED CASTE AND SCHEDULED TRIBE POPULATION – URBAN BLOCK-WISE-2011

This appendix presents town wise Total, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe population by name and number of ward/urban blocks.

A-12 (APPENDIX-II): BOUNDARIES OF WARD AND ENUMERATION BLOCK IN URBAN AREAS-2011

This Table presents the same data as in A-12 (Appendix-I) along with the boundaries of ward/enumeration blocks in urban areas.

GENERAL ECONOMIC TABLES

B-1: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY AGE AND SEX - 2011

This is the basic economic table indicating the economic activity status of the population by age groups, residence and sex. This table gives the break-up of the population by age groups and sex into ‘main workers’, both the categories of ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work. This table gives the data for India/States/UTs./Districts and City.

B-1 SC : MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY AGE AND SEX - 2011

This is the basic economic table indicating the economic activity status of the population by age groups, residence and sex. This table gives the break-up of the population by age groups and sex into ‘main workers’, both the categories of ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work. This table gives the data for India/States/UTs./Districts and City. This table is separate for SCs upto District level.

B-1 ST: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY AGE AND SEX - 2011

This is the basic economic table indicating the economic activity status of the population by age groups, residence and sex. This table gives the break-up of the population by age groups and sex into ‘main workers’, both the categories of ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work. This table gives the data for India/States/UTs./Districts and City. This table is separate for STs upto District level.

B-2: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY AGE, SEX AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011 This table gives the break-up of the population by economic activity as ‘main workers’, ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work, cross classified by religious communities, age groups, sex and residence. This table gives the data for India/States/UTs.. This table is tabulated only for the total population.

B-3: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of the population by their economic activity status as ‘main workers’, ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work cross classified with educational level and sex. This table gives the data for India/States/ UTs./Districts and City.

B-3 SC: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of the population by their economic activity status as ‘main workers’, ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work cross classified with educational level and sex. This table gives the data for India/States/ UTs./Districts and City. This table is separate for SCs upto District level.

B-3 ST: MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS AND THOSE MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of the population by their economic activity status as ‘main workers’, ‘marginal workers’, ‘non-workers’ and ‘marginal and non-worker’ seeking/available for work cross classified with educational level and sex. This table gives the data for India/States/ UTs./Districts and City. This table is separate for STs upto District level.

B-4: MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY AGE, INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND SEX - 2011

This table classifies the main workers by age-groups cross classified by industrial classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs./ Districts/City.

B-4 ST: MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY AGE, INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND SEX - 2011

This table classifies the main workers by age-groups cross classified by industrial classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs./ Districts/City. This table is separate for STs upto District level.

B-5: MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY AGE, INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, SEX AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011

This table gives the figures of the main workers by age-groups cross classified by religious communities and industrial classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs.. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-6 SC : MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY AGE, INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the marginal workers into two categories i.e. worked less than 3 months and worked for 3-6 months by age-groups cross classified by industrial classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs./Districts/City. This table is separate for SCs upto District level.

B-6 ST: MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY AGE, INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the marginal workers into two categories i.e. worked less than 3 months and worked for 3-6 months by age-groups cross classified by industrial classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs./Districts/City. This table is separate for STs upto District level.

B-7: MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table classifies the main workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification, sex and residence for India/States/UTs./ Districts/City.

B-7 SC : MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table classifies the main workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification, sex and residence for India/States/UTs./ Districts/City. This table is separate for SCs upto District level.

B-7 ST: MAIN WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table classifies the main workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification, sex and residence for India/States/UTs./ Districts/City. This table is separate for STs upto District level.

B-8: MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the marginal workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification sex and residence for India/States/UTs.

B-8, B-8 SC & B-8 ST: MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011 This table gives the marginal workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification sex and residence for India/States/UTs.. This table is separate for SCs and STs upto State level.

B-8 ST: MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the marginal workers by educational level cross classified by industrial classification sex and residence for India/States/UTs.. This table is separate for SCs and STs upto State level.

B-9: MAIN WORKERS BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the figures of the main workers by educational level cross classified with age-groups by sex and residence for India/States/ UTs./District/City. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-10: MARGINAL WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY OF WORK AND THEIR MAIN NON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of marginal workers classified by industrial category of work and their main non-economic activity as Students; Household duties; Dependents; Pensioners, Rentier, Beggars and Others by sex and residence at India/State/UT and District level.

B-11: MARGINAL WORKERS BY MAIN NON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the age-group wise composition of marginal workers for each main non-economic activity by sex and residence at India/States/ UTs./District level.

B-11 SC: MARGINAL WORKERS BY MAIN NON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the age-group wise composition of marginal workers for each main non-economic activity by sex and residence at India/States/ UTs./District level. This table is separate for SCs upto state level.

B-11 ST: MARGINAL WORKERS BY MAIN NON ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the age-group wise composition of marginal workers for each main non-economic activity by sex and residence at India/States/ UTs./District level. This table is separate for STs upto state level.

B-12: MARGINAL WORKERS BY MAIN NON-ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, AGE, SEX AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011

This table gives the data on main non-economic activity of the marginal workers by religious communities cross classified with age-groups by sex and residence for India/States/UTs.. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-13: NON-WORKERS BY MAIN ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of non-workers by their main activity (Students; Household duties; Dependents; Pensioners, Rentiers, Beggars and others)by age-groups and sex. The information is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at state and District level. It shows the age composition of non-workers for each main activity group.

B-13 SC: NON-WORKERS BY MAIN ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of non-workers by their main activity (Students; Household duties; Dependents; Pensioners, Rentiers, Beggars and others)by age-groups and sex. The information is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at state and District level. It shows the age composition of non-workers for each main activity group. This table is separate for SCs upto same level.

B-13 ST: NON-WORKERS BY MAIN ACTIVITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of non-workers by their main activity (Students; Household duties; Dependents; Pensioners, Rentiers, Beggars and others)by age-groups and sex. The information is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at state and District level. It shows the age composition of non-workers for each main activity group. This table is separate for STs upto same level.

B-14 NON-WORKERS BY MAIN ACTIVITY, AGE, SEX AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011

This table gives the data on main activity of the non-workers by religious communities cross classified with age-groups by sex and residence for India/States/UTs.. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-15 NON-WORKERS BY MAIN ACTIVITY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of non-workers by their main activity with educational level by sex and residence at India/States/UTs. and District levels. The detailed educational levels have been adopted for this table. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-16 MARGINAL WORKERS AND NON WORKERS SEEKING/ AVAILABLE FOR WORK CLASSIFIED BY EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the educational level wise composition of marginal workers and non-workers by age and sex and are seeking or available for work. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at India/States/UTs. and District levels. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-17 FEMALE WORKERS CLASSIFIED BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND MARITAL STATUS - 2011

This table gives the distribution of female main and marginal workers by industrial categories cross classified with marital status separately for total, rural and urban areas at the India/States/UTs. level. This shows the differential participation of women of different marital status in economic activity in different industrial categories. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-18 - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS AND MARGINAL WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX AND BY SECTION, DIVISION AND CLASS - 2011

This is the basic table which gives the industrial classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourer by section, division and class of the National Industrial Classification. This table presents the data for Total, Rural and for Urban areas at India/ States/UTs. and District level by sex.

B-18 SC - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS AND MARGINAL WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX AND BY SECTION, DIVISION AND CLASS - 2011

This is the basic table which gives the industrial classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourer by section, division and class of the National Industrial Classification. This table presents the data for Total, Rural and for Urban areas at India/ States/UTs. and District level by sex. This table is separately tabulated for SCs for India/States/UTs.

B-18 ST - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS AND MARGINAL WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX AND BY SECTION, DIVISION AND CLASS - 2011

This is the basic table which gives the industrial classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourer by section, division and class of the National Industrial Classification. This table presents the data for Total, Rural and for Urban areas at India/ States/UTs. and District level by sex. This table is separately tabulated for STs for India/States/UTs.

B-19 INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS IN MANUFACTURING PROCESSING, SERVICING AND REPAIRS BY HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY AND NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main workers of manufacturing processing, servicing and repairs by household and non-household industry in each section, division of National Industrial Classification by sex and residence for India/States/UTs./District levels. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-20- INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, SERVICING AND REPAIRS IN HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY BY SEX AND CLASS OF WORKER - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers in household industry by class of worker as employer, employee, single worker and family worker for each section and division of National Industrial Classification (NIC). It shows the employment in manufacturing, processing, servicing and repairs in the household Industry sector. This table is prepared for total, rural and urban areas by sex at India/States/UTs./District/ City levels. This table is separately tabulated for SCs and STs for India/States/UTs./Districts/City.

B-20 SC - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, SERVICING AND REPAIRS IN HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY BY SEX AND CLASS OF WORKER - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers in household industry by class of worker as employer, employee, single worker and family worker for each section and division of National Industrial Classification (NIC). It shows the employment in manufacturing, processing, servicing and repairs in the household Industry sector. This table is prepared for total, rural and urban areas by sex at India/States/UTs./District/ City levels. This table is separately tabulated for SCs for India/States/UTs./Districts/City.

B-20 ST - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, SERVICING AND REPAIRS IN HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY BY SEX AND CLASS OF WORKER - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers in household industry by class of worker as employer, employee, single worker and family worker for each section and division of National Industrial Classification (NIC). It shows the employment in manufacturing, processing, servicing and repairs in the household Industry sector. This table is prepared for total, rural and urban areas by sex at India/States/UTs./District/ City levels. This table is separately tabulated for STs for India/States/UTs./Districts/City.

B-21 CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS IN NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES AND OTHER MAIN WORKERS BY CLASS OF WORKER, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the age-group wise break-up of main workers engaged in non-household industries and other main workers cross classified by sex and class of workers as employers, employees, single workers and family workers. The data in this table is presented for all areas and urban upto District level. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-22 - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES AND OTHER MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS BY CLASS OF WORKER, AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers engaged in non-household industries and other main and marginal workers cross classified by sex and class of workers as employers, employees, single workers and family workers. The data in this table is presented for all areas upto District level and for urban upto City level.

B-22 SC - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES AND OTHER MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS BY CLASS OF WORKER, AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers engaged in non-household industries and other main and marginal workers cross classified by sex and class of workers as employers, employees, single workers and family workers. The data in this table is presented for all areas upto District level and for urban upto City level. This table is tabulated separately for SCs.

B-22 ST - INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS IN NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES AND OTHER MAIN AND MARGINAL WORKERS BY CLASS OF WORKER, AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the break-up of main and marginal workers engaged in non-household industries and other main and marginal workers cross classified by sex and class of workers as employers, employees, single workers and family workers. The data in this table is presented for all areas upto District level and for urban upto City level. This table is tabulated separately for STs.

B-23 OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORY AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the occupational classification of main workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by industrial category and sex adopting the National Classification of Occupation (NCO). The data is presented for all areas and upto state level. This is a basic table showing the distribution of main workers by occupation. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-24 OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS IN NON-HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY, TRADE, BUSINESS, PROFESSION OR SERVICE BY CLASS OF WORKER AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of main workers engaged in non-household industry by sex, division and group of occupation as per NCO and class of worker. Data is separately presented for all areas upto District level and for urban upto City level. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-25 - OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX - 2011

This table gives the occupational classification of main workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by sex as per the National Classification of Occupation (NCO). The data is presented for all areas and upto District level. This is a basic table showing the distribution of main workers by occupation.

B-25 SC - OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX - 2011

This table gives the occupational classification of main workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by sex as per the National Classification of Occupation (NCO). The data is presented for all areas and upto District level. This is a basic table showing the distribution of main workers by occupation. This same table is also tabulated separately for SCs.

B-25 ST - OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX - 2011

This table gives the occupational classification of main workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by sex as per the National Classification of Occupation (NCO). The data is presented for all areas and upto District level. This is a basic table showing the distribution of main workers by occupation. This same table is also tabulated separately for STs.

B-26 OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS AND MARGINAL WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by various occupation, agegroups and sex. The data is presented for total, rural and urban upto District level. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-27 OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF MAIN WORKERS AND MARGINAL WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY SEX AND EDUCATIONAL LEVEL - 2011

This table gives the cross-classification of main workers and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by sex, various occupation and educational level. The data is presented for all areas at India/States/UTs. and District level. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-28 ‘OTHER WORKERS’ BY DISTANCE FROM RESIDENCE TO PLACE OF WORK AND MODE OF TRAVEL TO PLACE OF WORK - 2011

This is the basic table that gives the range of the distance in kilometres from residence to place of work travelled by other workers by various modes of travel i.e. on foot, bicycle, moped /scooter/motor cycle, car/ jeep/ van, tempo/auto rickshaw/ taxi, bus, train, water transport, any other). For the other workers option of no travel is also given. The table provides data for all areas upto District level and urban areas upto UA/ City level. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

B-29 ‘OTHER WORKERS’ BY DISTANCE FROM RESIDENCE TO PLACE OF WORK, OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND MODE OF TRANSPORTATION - 2011

This table gives the cross classification of other workers by various occupations, range of the distance in kilometres from residence to place of work and modes of travel i.e. on foot, bicycle, moped /scooter/motor cycle, car/ jeep/ van, tempo/auto rickshaw/ taxi, bus, train, water transport, any other). For the other workers option of no travel is also given. The table provides data for all areas upto District level and urban areas upto City and U.As. also. This table is not tabulated separately for SCs and STs.

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL TABLES

C-1: POPULATION BY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011

This table gives the distribution of population by sex and religion for total, rural and urban areas separately for India, state, District, tehsil and town levels. The figures of six major religious communities, viz., Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains are presented in this table in the order of their numeric strength. The combined population of all the other religion names grouped in the category of ‘Other Religions & Persuasions’ and ‘Religion Not Stated’ has also been presented in the table. This table has an appendix and an annexure.

C-1 (Appendix): DETAILS OF RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES SHOWN UNDER ‘OTHER RELIGIONS AND PERSUASSIONS’ IN MAIN TABLE C-1 - 2011

This appendix shows the break-up of “other religions and persuasions” indicated in Table C-1, the population of which at the national level is more than 100. The data are presented at India, state and District levels for total, rural and urban areas.

C-1 (Annexure): DETAILS OF SEX/ BELIEFS/ RELIGIONS CLUBBED UNDER SPECIFIC RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES - 2011

This annexure shows the details of selected/recognized sects/beliefs/ religions clubbed under the six major religions presented in Table C-1 the population of which at the National level is more than 100. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at India, state and District levels.

C-2: MARITAL STATUS BY AGE AND SEX - 2011

Provides data about the marital status of the population by age and sex by total, rural and urban residence at India/ State/ District/ City level. For presentation of data, the population has been divided into 19 age-groups and shown in six categories namely, never married, currently married, widowed, separated, divorced, and unspecified. This table has three appendices as well.

C-2 SC: MARITAL STATUS BY AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTE - 2011

The table corresponds to table-C-2 and provides data on the pattern of table C-2 only for the Scheduled caste population.

C-2 ST: MARITAL STATUS BY AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBE - 2011

The table corresponds to table-C-2 and provides data on the pattern of table C-2 only for the Scheduled tribe population.

C-2 (APPENDIX): MARITAL STATUS BY SINGLE YEAR AGE AND SEX - 2011

Provides marital status of the population by age and sex for total, rural and urban residence at India/ State/ District level. Data has been presented in respect of single year age starting from 15 to 29 years in six categories namely, never married, currently married, widowed, separated, divorced, and unspecified.

C-2 SC (APPENDIX): MARITAL STATUS BY SINGLE YEAR AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTE- 2011

Provides data for Scheduled Castes on the lines as has been presented in C-2 (Appendix)

C-2 ST (APPENDIX): MARITAL STATUS BY SINGLE YEAR AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBE - 2011

Provides data for Scheduled Tribes on the lines as has been presented in C-2 (Appendix)

C-3: MARITAL STATUS BY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY AND SEX - 2011

This table presents details about the marital status by religious communities and sex for total, rural and urban residence at India/State/District level. The data is presented for six main religions and the rest combined population grouped under the category ‘Other religious communities. The total population shown in the table includes ‘Religion Not Stated’. The categories for which data has been presented include, never married, currently married, widowed, separated, divorced, and unspecified.

C-3 (Appendix): MARITAL STATUS BY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY AND SEX - 2011

The table is an appendix ti Table C-3, which provides data about the marital status of the population and religious communities by total, rural and urban residence at India/State level. For presentation of data, the population has been divided into 19 age-groups shown in six categories namely, never married, currently married, widowed, separated, divorced and unspecified.

C-4: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE AND DURATION OF MARRIAGE - 2011

Presents data for, ever married and currently married population by age at marriage and duration of marriage by sex and residence at India, State and District level for Total, Rural and Urban areas. The data relating to duration of marriage has been presented in eight categories viz.,all durations, 0-4, 5-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 and 40+ and duration not known. The data has been presented for the following age-groups: All ages, less than 10, 10-11,12-13, 14-15, 16-17,18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, 26-27, 28-29, 30-31, 32-33, 34+ and ‘Not stated’.

C-4 SC: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE AND DURATION OF MARRIAGE FOR SCHEDULED CASTE - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-4 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India/State and District levels.

C-4 ST: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE AND DURATION OF MARRIAGE FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-4 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India/State and District levels.

C-5: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE, DURATION OF MARRIAGE AND RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY - 2011

Provides details of ever married and currently married population by age at marriage, duration of marriage and religious community’ for total, rural and urban residence at India and State level. The data relating to duration of marriage has been presented in eight categories viz., all durations, 0-4, 5-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 and 40+ and duration not known. The data has been presented for the following age-groups: All ages, less than 10, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, 26-27, 28-29, 30-31, 32-33, 34+ and ‘Not stated’.

C-6: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE, DURATION OF MARRIAGE AND EDUCATIONAL LEVEL - 2011

This table gives the distribution of ever married and currently married population by age at marriage, duration of marriage and educational level by sex and residence. The data is presented for India, state and District levels. The table is useful in deriving the differentials in age at marriage by duration of marriage and educational level.

C-7: EVER MARRIED AND CURRENTLY MARRIED POPULATION BY AGE AT MARRIAGE,DURATION OF MARRIAGE, CATEGORY OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY - 2011

Ever married and currently married population by age at marriage, duration of marriage, category of economic activity of main workers. The duration of marriage has been presented in eight groups viz., all durations, 0-4, 5-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 and 40+ and duration not known. The economic activity of main workers has been shown in four major categories namely, (a) Cultivators (b) Agricultural labourers (c) Household Industry workers and (d) Other workers. The data has been presented for the following age-groups: All ages, less than 10,10-11,12-13,14- 15,16-17,18-19, 20-21, 22-23, 24-25, 26-27, 28-29, 30-31,32-33, 34+ and not stated.

C-8: EDUCATIONAL LEVEL BY AGE AND SEX FOR POPULATION AGE 7 AND ABOVE - 2011

The table provides information about the educational level by age and sex for population age 7 and above for total, rural and urban residence at India/State/District and City level. For presentation of data, population has been divided in various age groups. Data has been presented by single year age for population in the age 7-19 years. The data in respect of rest of the population has been presented by dividing the population in 13 age-groups and age not stated. Figures shown for Population age group 0-6 denote illiterates only. Data has been presented for the following educational levels : Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric / Secondary, Higher Secondary, Intermediate / Pre-University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree,Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree,Graduate and above.

C-8 (APPENDIX) - EDUCATIONAL LEVEL GRADUATE AND ABOVE BY SEX FOR POPULATION AGE 15 AND ABOVE - 2011

The table presents data on educational level graduate and above for population in the age 15 and above for total population, by sex and residence at India/ State/UT/ District /City level. For presentation of data population has been divided into eight following age groups: Total, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-59, 60+ and age not stated. The data pertaining to above age-groups has been presented for the following categories of educational level: Graduate and above, Graduate degree other than technical degree, Post graduate degree other than technical degree, Engineering and technology, Medicine, Agriculture and dairying Veterinary, Teaching and Others.

C-8 SC: EDUCATIONAL LEVEL BY AGE AND SEX AGE 7 AND ABOVE FOR SCHEDULED CASTE - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-8 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state, District and City levels.

C-8 SC(APPENDIX): EDUCATIONAL LEVEL GRADUATE AND ABOVE BY SEX , AGE 15 AND ABOVE FOR SCHEDULED CASTE - 2011

Presents the same data as in main C-8 (Appendix), confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state, District and City levels.

C-8 ST: EDUCATIONAL LEVEL BY AGE AND SEX AGE 7 AND ABOVE FOR SCHEDULED TRIBE - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-8 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state, District and City levels.

C-8 ST (APPENDIX): EDUCATIONAL LEVEL GRADUATE AND ABOVE BY SEX AGE 15 AND ABOVE FOR SCHEDULED TRIBE - 2011

Presents the same data as in main C-8 (Appendix), confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state, District and City levels.

C- 9: EDUCATIONAL LEVEL BY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY AND SEX FOR POPULATION AGE 7 AND ABOVE - 2011

The table provides information about the educational level by age and sex for population age 7 and above for total, rural and urban residence for Religious Communities at India/ State levels. For presentation of data, population has been divided in various age groups. Data has been presented by single year age for population in the age 7-19 years. The data in respect of rest of the population has been presented by dividing the population in six age-groups. Data for those who did not state their age has also been shown separately. Figures shown for Population age group 0-6 denote illiterates only. Data has been presented for the following educational levels : Literate without educational status as literate and illiterate and levels Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre-University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree,Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree,Graduate and above.

C-10: POPULATION ATTENDING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS BY AGE, SEX AND TYPE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION - 2011

The table provides details of the population attending educational institutions by age, sex and type of educational institution at India/ State/ District/ City level and for total, rural and urban residence. Data in respect of educational institutions namely, School, College, Vocational institute, Special institution for disabled, Literacy center and Other institution have been presented for single age from 5 to 19 years and following five year age groups: 0-4, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-59 and 60+and age not stated.

C-10 SC: POPULATION ATTENDING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS BY AGE, SEX AND TYPE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-10 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and District levels.

C-10 ST: POPULATION ATTENDING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS BY AGE, SEX AND TYPE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-10 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and District levels.

C-11: POPULATION ATTENDING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION BY COMPLETED EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the complete educational level of persons attending educational institutions by age and sex. The table is presented for the single year ages from 5-19 years and for age-groups 0-4, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-59, 60+ and ‘age not stated.’ The table presents data for total, rural and urban areas respectively at India/ State/ District/ City level for the following educational levels: Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/ Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre-University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above

C-12: POPULATION AGE 5-19 ATTENDING/NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX - 2011

The table provides data about the main workers, marginal workers and non-workers by single year age in the age group 5-19 years who are attending school/college and those who are not attending school/college by sex and residence at India/ State/ District and City level for all areas.

C-12 SC: POPULATION AGE 5-19 ATTENDING/NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-12 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and District levels.

C-12 ST: POPULATION AGE 5-19 ATTENDING/NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-12 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and District levels.

C-12 (ANNEXURE): POPULATION AGE 5-19 NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX - 2011

The annexure provides data about the main workers, marginal workers and non-workers by single year age in the age group 5-19 years who either attended school/college any time earlier or never attended school/college by sex and residence at India/ State/ District and City level.

C-12 SC (ANNEXURE): POPULATION AGE 5-19 NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-12 (Annexure), confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and District levels.

C-12 ST (ANNEXURE): POPULATION AGE 5-19 NOT ATTENDING SCHOOL/ COLLEGE BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY STATUS AND SEX - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-12 (Annexure), confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and District levels.

C-13: SINGLE YEAR AGE RETURNS BY RESIDENCE AND SEX - 2011

This table presents the single year distribution of the population by sex. The data is presented upto the age of 99 years and 100+ and age not stated. The table presents the information separately for total, rural and urban areas for India/ State/ District levels. This is an important table for the creating/generating life tables.

C-13 (Appendix): SINGLE YEAR AGE RETURNS BY RESIDENCE, SEX AND LITERACY STATUS - 2011

The appendix to table C 13 presents the single year age distribution of the population by sex and literacy status at India/State level for all areas. The data is presented upto the age of 99 and 100+ and age not stated.

C-13 SC: SINGLE YEAR AGE RETURNS BY RESIDENCE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-13 confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and District levels.

C-13 ST: SINGLE YEAR AGE RETURNS BY RESIDENCE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-13, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and District levels.

C-14: POPULATION BY FIVE YEAR AGE-GROUP BY RESIDENCE AND SEX - 2011

This table gives the age and sex composition of the population separately for total, rural and urban areas at India/ State/ District and City levels. It gives the 5 year age-group totals for 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 + and ‘age not stated’.

C-14 SC: POPULATION BY FIVE YEAR AGE-GROUP BY RESIDENCE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-14 confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and District levels.

C-14 ST: POPULATION BY FIVE YEAR AGE-GROUP BY RESIDENCE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-14 confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and District levels.

C-15: RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY BY AGE-GROUP AND SEX - 2011

The table provides population of religious communities in five year age groups by sex and residence at India/ State/ District and City levels. The table is very useful in preparing population pyramid and finding sex ratio in various age groups. The data is presented for six main religions and the rest combined population grouped under the category ‘Other Religions & Persuasions’. The total population shown in the table includes ‘Religion Not Stated’.

C-16: POPULATION BY MOTHER TONGUE (ALPHABETICAL ORDER) - 2011

This tables gives the distribution of population by mother tongue and sex separately for total, rural and urban areas at India/ State/ District/ Tahsil and town levels. The mother tongues are arranged in alphabetical order.

C-17: POPULATION BY BILINGUALISM AND TRILINGUALISM - 2011

This table gives for each mother tongue, the number of speakers, who are bilingual among them. Further, the speakers have been classified according to the two additional languages spoken. The data is presented only for all areas, that is total, rural and urban combined at India/ State level.

C-18: POPULATION BY BILINGUALISM, TRILINGUALISM, AGE AND SEX - 2011

The table presents the total number of persons in different age groups who speak two or three languages other than the major language spoken by them. Data is presented for total, rural and urban residence and sex at India/ State and City level. The table provides data for age groups: 5-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-49, 50-69, 70+ and age not stated.

C-19: POPULATION BY BILINGUALISM, TRILINGUALISM, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

The table presents the educational level attained by the persons who speak two or three languages other than the major language spoken by them. Data is presented for total, rural and urban residence and sex at India/ State and City level. The status and levels of education for which data has been presented are Total, Illiterate, Literate, Literate but below primary, Primary but below middle, Middle but below matric/ secondary, Matric/ secondary but below graduate, Graduate and above.

C-20: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

The table provides details of the disabled population by type of disability, age-groups and sex for all areas at India/ State/ District and City level. The types of disabilities include disability ‘In Seeing’, In Hearing’, In Speech’, In Movement’, Mental Retardation’, Mental Illness’, ‘Any Other’ and ‘Multiple Disability’. The data has been presented for age groups: 0-4, 5-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80-89, 90+ and ‘age not stated’.

C-20 SC: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-20 confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India, state and City levels.

C-20 ST: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, AGE AND SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

Presents the same data as in C-20 confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India, state and City levels.

C-21: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, MARITAL STATUS, AGE AND SEX - 2011

The table provides data for the marital status as shown in six categories namely, never married, married, widowed, separated, divorced and unspecified of the disabled population in the age groups 0-14, 15-59, 60+ and age not stated cross classified by type of disability, residence and sex at India/ State and City level.

C-22: DISABLED POPULATION IN AGES 5-19 ATTENDING SCHOOL/COLLEGE BY TYPE OF DISABILITY AND SEX - 2011

The table provides data for disabled population in the single year age 5-19 and also the combined population in the age group 5-19 years attending School/ College by type of disability, residence and sex at India/ State and City level.

C-23: DISABLED POPULATION AMONG MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, NON-WORKERS BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, AGE AND SEX - 2011

This table provides distribution of disabled population among main workers, marginal workers and non-workers by type of disability, age- groups and sex at India/ State and City level for all areas. For the purpose of presentation of data the population has been categorized in four age groups 0-14, 15-59, 60+ and age not stated.

C-24: DISABLED NON-WORKERS BY TYPE OF DISABILITY AND SEX - 2011

The table presents distribution of disabled non-workers by type of disability, sex and residence at India/ State and City level. The non-workers include, students, those engaged in household duties, dependents, pensioners, rentiers, beggars, vagarants and others. The category of rentier has been included first time at the Census 2011.

C-25: INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISABLED WORKERS BY TYPE OF DISABILITY AND SEX - 2011

This table provides ‘Industrial Classification of Disabled Workers by type of disability and sex’ at India and State level for total, rural and urban residence. The table gives cross classification by 10 industrial categories of workers as per NIC classification.

1. A i) Cultivators ii) Agricultural labourers iii) Plantation, livestock, forestry, fishing, hunting and allied activities 2. B 3. C HHI 4. C Non HHI 5. D&E 6. F 7. G 8. H 9. I 10. J 11. K to M 12. N to O 13. P to Q 14. R to U HHI 15. R to U Non HHI

C-26: OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISABLED WORKERS OTHER THAN CULTIVATORS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS BY TYPE OF DISABILITY AND SEX - 2011

Table provides ‘occupational classification of disabled workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by type of disability’ and sex at India and State level for total, rural and urban areas. The data has been coded on sample basis at four digit level i.e. Family and is presented in Table by following Sub-Division Group and Family of NCO:

1. Legislators, Senior Officials and Managers 2. Professionals 3. Technicians and Associate Professionals 4. Clerks 5. Service Workers and Shop & Market Sales Workers 6. Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers 7. Craft and related Trades Workers 8. Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers 9. Elementary Occupations 10. Workers not Classified by Occupations

C-27: DISABLED AMONG ‘OTHER WORKERS’ BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, DISTANCE FROM RESIDENCE TO PLACE OF WORK AND SEX - 2011

This table provides the data on disabled among other workers by type of disability, distance to place of work in kilometres by sex. The level of presentation is India/ State and City for total, rural and urban.

C-28: DISABLED AMONG ‘OTHER WORKERS’ BY DISTANCE FROM RESIDENCE TO PLACE OF WORK, SEX AND MODE OF TRAVEL - 2011

The table provides the data on disabled among other workers by distance from residence to place of work in kilometres by sex and mode of travel. The distance is categorized in 7 groups (0-1, 2-5, 6-10, 11-20, 21-30, 30-50, 51+ and no travel. The mode of travel are on foot, bicycle, moped/ scooter/ motorcycle, car/ jeep/ van, Tempo/ autorickshaw/ taxi, bus, train, water transport, any other, no travel. The level of presentation is India/ State for total, rural and urban.

C-29: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND SEX - 2011

The table provides details of the disabled population by type of disability, educational level and sex at India and State level for all areas. For the purpose of presentation of data on educational level literates have been classified into five categories namely, ‘Literate but below primary’, ‘Primary but below middle’, ‘Middle but below matric /secondary’, ‘matric/ secondary but below graduate’ and ‘Graduate and above‘. Literate’ include figures for ‘literate without educational level’ and also ‘educational level not classified.

C-30: DISABLED POPULATION BY TYPE OF DISABILITY, TYPE OF HOUSEHOLDS AND SEX - 2011

This table provides data by type of disability, type of households, sex and residence at India and State level. The entire population is considered to be living in three types of households namely, ‘Normal Households’, Institutional households’ and ‘Houseless households.

MIGRATION TABLES

D-1: Population classified by place of birth and Sex - 2011

This Table gives the distribution of population by place of birth and sex. Here, place of birth is classified as place of enumeration, elsewhere in the District of enumeration, other Districts of the state, other States, out side India in specified countries of Asia, Europe, Africa, Americas and Oceania. In the District level tables, the data for individual countries will not be printed. Those born within India are also grouped by current rural/urban status of the place of birth. The data are presented for total, rural and urban areas at India, State and District levels.

D-1 (Appendix): Population classified by place of birth, age and sex - 2011

This table gives the distribution of population by place of birth, age and sex for total and both rural and urban residence. Besides introducing the age variable in Table D-1 as described above, migrants who are born out side the country are all grouped together as ‘Born oUTs.ide India’ without giving details of the name of the continent as in Table D-1. The age groups are: All ages, 0-4 years, 5-9 years, 10-14 years, 15-24 years, 25-34 years, 35-59 years, 60+ and Age not stated.

D-2: Migrants classified by place of last residence, sex and duration of residence in place of enumeration - 2011

This table is the basic table on migration by place of last residence and sex. Here, place of last residence is defined as the place where the migrant usually resided previous to migrating to the place of enumeration.

Places of last residence are grouped as within the state of enumeration, elsewhere in the District of enumeration, in other Districts of the state of enumeration, other States in India or out side India in specified countries of Asia, Europe, Africa, Americas and Oceania. The migrants within India are classified by rural/urban status of last residence. The data are presented for India/States and Districts.

The migrants have been classified by different duration of residence at the place of enumeration. The duration of residence in this table are less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years, 10-19 years, 20 years and above and Duration not Stated.

D-2 SC: Migrants within the state/ut classified by place of last residence, sex and duration of residence in place of enumeration for Scheduled Caste - 2011

This Table is same as the Table D-2 described above except that it confined only to the Scheduled Castes population. The Table provides details of migration by last residence within the State and District and is presented only for those States where SCs are notified.

D-2 ST: Migrants within the state/ut classified by place of last residence, sex and duration of residence in place of enumeration for Scheduled Tribe - 2011

This Table is same as the Table D-2 described above except that it is confined only to the Scheduled Tribes population. The Table provides details of migration by last residence within the State and District and is presented only for those States where STs are notified.

D-3: Migrants by place of last residence, duration of residence and reasons for migration - 2011

This table presents migrants by last residence from within the country by sex, duration of residence and reason for migration separately for total, rural and urban areas at the Country, State, District and Town level. Places of last residence are grouped as within the country, intra-State, inter-State, intra-District and inter-District within the State and from other countries in specified countries of Asia and other countries.

Thus, this table presents the break-up of the figures of Table D-3 by reasons for migration –‘Work/employment’, ‘Business’, ‘Education’, ‘Marriage’, ’Moved after birth’, ‘Moved with household’ and ‘others’. The duration of residence is less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years and 10 years and above.

D-3 SC: Migrants within the state/ut by place of last residence, duration of residence and reasons for migration for Scheduled Caste - 2011

This Table is same as the Table D-3 described above except that it is confined only to the Scheduled Castes population. The Table provides details of migration by last residence, duration of residence and reason for migration within the State, District and Town and is presented only for those States where Scheduled Castes are notified.

D-3 ST: Migrants within the state/ut by place of last residence, duration of residence and reasons for migration for Scheduled Tribe - 2011

This Table is same as the Table D-3 described above except that it is confined only to the Scheduled Tribes population. The Table provides details of migration by last residence, duration of residence and reason for migration within the State, District and Town and is presented only for those States where Scheduled Tribes are notified.

D-3 (Appendix): Migrants by place of last residence, duration of residence and reasons for migration - 2011

This table is same as Table D-3, except that it is presented at State, UA and City level. In case of UA the Tables also provides details at each of its constituents (City, Town and OG). This table presents migrants by last residence within the country, State (both within the District of enumeration and from other Districts), from other States and from specified countries of Asia and other countries by sex, duration of residence and reason for migration. This is a new Appendix Table in Census 2011.

D-4: Migrants by place of last residence, age, sex, educational Level and duration of residence - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural urban by five-year age groups, educational level and duration of residence at the place of enumeration by sex and residence. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for total, rural and urban. The duration of residence are grouped as: Less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years and 10 years and above. The Table presents the distribution by five year age groups from 0-4, 5-9 to 80 years and above and also for ‘Age not stated’.

D-5: Migrants by place of last residence, age, sex, reason for migration and duration of residence - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural/urban by five-year age groups, reason for migration and duration of residence at the place of enumeration by sex and residence. Reasons for migration by which the migrants are distributed are –‘Work/ employment’, ‘Business’, ‘Education’, ‘Marriage’, ’Moved after birth’, ‘Moved with household’ and ‘others’. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for total, rural and urban areas. The duration of residence are grouped as: Less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years and 10 years and above. The Tables presents the distribution by five year age groups from 0-4, 5-9 to 80 years and above and also for ‘Age not stated’.

D-6: Migrants by Place of last residence, economic activity, age, sex and duration of residence - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural/urban by five-year age groups, economic activity and duration of residence at the place of enumeration by sex and residence. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for all areas. The duration of residence are grouped as: Less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years and 10 years and above. The Tables presents the distribution by five year age groups from 0-4, 5-9 to 80 years and above and also for ‘Age not stated’.

D-7: Migrants by place of last residence with duration 0-9 years reporting ‘Work/Employment’ as reason for migration by age, sex and educational level - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence for those migrants who have reported reason for migration as ‘Work/Employment’ and duration of residence as 0-9 years at the time of enumeration. The Table provides the distribution of migrants by five-year age groups, educational status and level and for total, rural and urban areas within the State or oUTs.ide by sex and residence. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels. The duration of residence are grouped as: Less than 1 year, 1-4 years, 5-9 years and 10 years and above. The Tables presents the distribution by five year age groups from 0-4, 5-9 to 80 years and above and also for ‘Age not stated’.

D-8: Migrants workers by place of last residence and Industrial Category - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural/urban by industrial category elsewhere in the District of enumeration, in other Districts of the state of enumeration, intra-state, inter-state and international migrants. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for all areas.

D-9: Migrants workers (Other than cultivators and agricultural labourers) by place of last residence and occupational divisions - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence of rural urban by occupational divisions elsewhere in the District of enumeration, in other Districts of the state of enumeration, intra-state, inter-state and international migrants. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for all areas.

D-10: Migrants workers by place of last residence, age, sex, marital status for duration of residence 0-9 years - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural urban for duration of residence 0-9 years by age groups, sex and marital status as never married, currently married, widowed, divorced, separated and unspecified. The Table is presented at India, State, District and Town levels for total, rural and urban.

D-11: Persons born and enumerated in Districts of the State - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants who are born within the District of enumeration or in other Districts of the State. The Table is presented for each District in a State or UT separately by sex and residence.

D-11 SC: Persons born and enumerated in Districts of the State for Scheduled Caste - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants belonging to Scheduled Castes who are born within the District of enumeration or in other Districts of the State. The Table is presented for each District in a State or UT separately by sex and residence.

D-11 ST: Persons born and enumerated in Districts of the State for Scheduled Tribe - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants belonging to Scheduled Tribes who are born within the District of enumeration or in other Districts of the State. The Table is presented for each District in a State or UT separately by sex and residence.

D-12: Migrants by place of last residence with duration of residence as 0-9 years and by age group - 2011

This table presents distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural/urban with duration of residence 0-9 years migrating from different States by rural urban residence by five year age groups. This Table is presented for each India, State / UT separately by sex and residence for all areas.

D-13: Migrants by place of last residence with duration of residence as 0-9 years and age - 2011

This table is same as Table D-12 except that it provides distribution of migrants by place of last residence as rural urban with duration of residence 0-9 years migrating from each District of each State to the State/District of enumeration by five year age groups unlike in D-12 where the place of last residence is limited to State level only. This Table is presented for each State or UT separately by sex and residence.

FERTILITY TABLES

F-1: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by present age and parity along with the total number of children ever born by sex to ever married women by their present ages. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to derive the differentials observed regarding average number of children ever born by sex to ever married women at their different ages. There are 13 five year age groups from 15-19 to 75-79 and less than 15 and 80+. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-1 SC: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-1 main table only for Scheduled Castes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-1 ST: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-1 main table only for Scheduled Tribes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-2: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY, RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by present age, parity by different religious communities. In addition, the total number of children ever born by sex to ever married women by their present ages by different religious communities is given in the table. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know differentials observed among the different religious communities regarding the number of children ever born by sex to ever married women at their different ages. The presentation is at India/ State/ District levels and for all areas.

F-3: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women and total number of children ever born by sex to ever married women by parity, present age and different educational status. In addition, the by their present ages and different educational status are presented in the table. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know differentials observed among the different educational status regarding the number of children ever born by sex to ever married women at their different ages. The data is presented at India/ State/ District levels and for all areas.

F-4: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, PARITY, ECONOMIC ACTIVITY AND TOTAL CHILDREN EVER BORN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by present age, parity and different economic activities. In addition, the total number of children ever born by sex to ever married women by their present ages and different economic activities is also given in the table. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know the differentials observed among the different economic activities regarding the number of children ever born by sex to ever married women at their different ages. The data is presented at India/ State/ District levels and for all areas.

F-5: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by present age and number of surviving children by sex. In addition, it also provides the total number of surviving children by sex born to ever married women by their present ages. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know the differentials observed in the average number of surviving children of ever married women at their different ages. The data is presented at India/ State/ District levels and for total, rural and urban areas.

F-5 SC: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-5 main table only for Scheduled Castes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-5 ST: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-5 main table only for Scheduled Tribes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-6: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by their present ages, number of surviving children by different religious communities. In addition, it also provides the total number of surviving children by sex born to ever married women. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know the differentials observed among different religious communities regarding the average number of surviving children of ever married women at their different ages. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas i.e. total, rural and urban.

F-7: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of total number of women, ever married women by present ages, number of surviving children by different educational status and level. It also provides the total number of surviving children by sex born to ever married women. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know the differentials observed among different educational status and level regarding the average number of surviving children of ever married women at their different ages. The data is presented at India/ State/ District levels and for total, rural and urban areas.

F-8: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN AND TOTAL SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents, the distribution of (i) total number of women by their present ages and (ii) ever married women by present ages, number of surviving children and different economic activities. In addition, it also provides the total number of surviving children by sex born to ever married women by their present ages and economic activities. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to know the differentials observed among different economic activities regarding the average number of surviving children of ever married women at their different ages.

F-9: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER - 2011

This table presents the distribution of total number of women and currently married women separately by their present ages upto 15-50+. In addition, it also provides the total number of births during last year by sex and by birth order to currently married women by their present ages. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to drive different indicators of fertility.

F-9 SC: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER FOR SCHEDULED CASTES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-9 main table only for Scheduled Castes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas.

F-9 ST: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES - 2011

This table provides the same information as in F-9 main table only for Scheduled Tribes. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas.

F-10: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER - 2011

This table presents the distribution of total number of women, and currently married women by their present ages from 15-50+ and religious communities. In addition, it also provides the total number of birth during last year by sex and by birth order to currently married women by their present ages and different religious communities. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to derive the differentials observed by sex among the different religious communities regarding current fertility rate. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas.

F-11: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER - 2011

This table presents the distribution of total number of women, and currently married women by their present ages from 15-50+ and educational status. In addition, it also provides the total number of birth during last year by sex and by birth order to currently married women by their present ages and different educational status. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to derive the differentials observed by sex among the different educational status regarding current fertility rate. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State/ District and all areas.

F-12: NUMBER OF WOMEN AND CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY PRESENT AGE, ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, NUMBER OF BIRTHS LAST YEAR BY SEX AND BIRTH ORDER - 2011

This table presents the distribution of total number of women, and currently married women by their present ages and economic activity. It also provides the total number of births during last year by sex and by birth order to currently married women by their present ages and different economic activities. The basic purpose of presenting this table is to derive the differentials observed by sex among the different economic activities regarding current fertility rate. The level of presentation for this table is for India/State/District and all areas.

F-13: EVER MARRIED WOMEN BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN, NUMBER OF MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN EVER BORN AND NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents the distribution of ever married women by number of children ever born by sex, number of male children surviving and number of female children surviving. In addition, the table also presents information on child survival in relation to total children born and sex differentials in child survival of different parities. The level of presentation for this table is for India/State and all areas.

F-14: CURRENTLY MARRIED WOMEN BY NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN, NUMBER OF MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN EVER BORN AND NUMBER OF SURVIVING CHILDREN BY SEX - 2011

This table presents the distribution of currently married women by number of children ever born by sex, number of male children surviving and number of female children surviving. The level of presentation for this table is for India/ State and all areas.

TABLES ON HOUSES AND HOUSEHOLD AMENITIES

HH-1: Normal households by household size - 2011

This table presents the number of normal households and their population. Household size is given in nine categories along with average (mean household size) household size. The table has been presented for total, rural and urban households at India/state/District/sub-District and City level.

HH-1 SC: Normal households belonging to Scheduled Castes by household size - 2011

This table presents the number of households belonging to Scheduled Castes by household size in nine categories along with average (mean household size) household size and their population for total, rural and urban at India /State and District level.

HH-1 ST: Normal households belonging to Scheduled Tribes by household size - 2011

This table presents the number of households belonging to Scheduled Tribes by household size in nine categories along with average (mean household size) household size and their population for total, rural and urban at India /State and District level.

HH- 2: Houseless households by household size - 2011

This table presents the number of houseless households by household size in seven categories along with average (mean household size) household size and their population for total, rural and urban at India /State/District and City level.

HH-3: Institutional Households by household size - 2011

This table presents the number of Institutional households by household size in eight categories and their population for total, rural and urban at India /State/District and City level.

HH-4: Households by composition and size - 2011

This table presents data on household by composition and by size of the household (i.e. 1 member 2-3,4-6,7-10 and 11+ members) separately for male and female head of households. This table presents seven types of households showing gender wise household i.e. single person household, nuclear household, sub- nuclear household, supplemented nuclear household, broken extended household, Joint household and others for India, State/UT and Districts in the total, rural and urban areas. Sub-nuclear households and broken extended households are two new types of households added to household tables for Census 2011.

HH-4 SC: Households belonging to Scheduled Castes by composition and size - 2011

This table presents data on household belonging to Scheduled Caste by composition and by size of the household (same size as given in main table) separately for male head and female head of households.

It presents the Scheduled Castes households in five categories showing gender wise household size of seven types of households presented in the main table. Sub nuclear households and broken extended households are two new types of households added to household tables for Census 2011. This data has been presented for total, rural and urban at India, State and District.

HH-4 ST: Households belonging to Scheduled Tribes by composition and size - 2011

This table presents data on household belonging to Scheduled Caste by composition and by size of the household (same size as given in main table) separately for male head and female head of households. It presents the Scheduled Castes households in five categories showing gender wise household size of seven types of households presented in the main table. Sub nuclear households and broken extended households are two new types of households added to household tables for Census 2011. This data has been presented for total, rural and urban at India, State and District.

HH-5: Households with number of aged persons 60 years and above by sex and household size - 2011

This table shows the number of aged person 60 years and above in five categories i.e. for none, 1, 2, 3, 4+. by household size in seven categories 1 to 7+ for total, rural and urban at India, State, District and City level.

HH-5 (Appendix): Households with number of aged person 60 years and above by sex and households size in Institutional Households - 2011

This is new table added to HH tables in Census 2011 for Institutional households with number of aged persons 60 yrs and above by sex and household size. This table presents the number of aged persons (60+) in the same seven sizes of Institutional households as in main table HH-5 for total, rural and urban at India, State, District and City level.

HH-6: Households by marital status, sex and age of the head of household - 2011

This table presents the data for marital status of the head of household by age and sex in nine age groups. The marital status has been shown by the status of never married, currently married, widowed, separated, divorced and unspecified. This data is presented at India/ State/ District and City level for total rural and urban. The age groups presented are less than 20, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+ and age not stated.

HH-7: Households by religion, sex of the head of household and household size - 2011

This table presents the religion of head of the household by the size of household and sex i.e. male/ female head of the household. The figures of religion of households by the size and average households size are prepared for six major religious communities and others viz. Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain. The data is presented at India / State level for total, rural, urban households.

HH-7 SC: Household belonging to Scheduled Caste by religion, sex of the head of household and household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-7 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India/ state levels .

HH-7 ST: Household belonging to Scheduled Tribes by religion, sex of the head of household and household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-7 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India/ state levels.

HH-8: Households by number of literates among the members of household age 7 years and above - 2011

This table presents the number of literates in the members of the household with age 7 years and above for total, rural and urban at India, State and District level.

HH-8 SC: Households belonging to Scheduled Castes by number of literates among the members of household age 7 yrs and above - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-8 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India/ state and District levels.

HH-8 ST: Households belonging to ST by numbers of literates among the members of household age 7 years and above - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-8 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India/ state and District levels.

HH-9: Households by number of literates, religion of the head of the household and household size - 2011

This table presents the distribution of households by number of literates from none to 7+, six major religions and other religions and sex of head of the households cross classified by household size from 1 to 7+. The data is presented at India and state level for total, rural & urban.

HH-9 SC: Households belonging to Scheduled Caste by number of literates, religion of the head of the household and household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-9 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India/ state levels.

HH-9 ST: Household belonging to Scheduled Tribes by number of literates, religion of the head of the household and household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-9 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India/ state levels.

HH-10: Households with at least one member age 15 years and above and with or without educational level matriculation and above by household size - 2011

This table shows number of households with at least one literate and with or without matriculates and above in the household. Educational level has been presented in 8 categories i.e. Households with at least one member literate, Households with no matriculate and above, Households with at least one matriculate and above, Households with at least one male matriculate and above, Households with at least one female matriculate and above, Households with at least one graduate and above, Households with at least one male graduate and above, Households with at least one female graduate and above. This table is presented at India /State and District level for total, rural and urban.

HH-11: Household with number of workers by household size - 2011

This table presents number of main workers and marginal workers in the household. Marginal workers are shown in two categories - (i) those who worked for 3-6 months and (ii) those who worked for less than 3 months. Number of workers are categorized from none to 4+ in the household in 5 categories of household size 1, 2, 3-6, 7-10 and 11+. The data is presented for total, rural and urban at India/state and District level.

HH-11 SC: Scheduled Caste Household with number of workers by household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-11 main table, confined to only Scheduled Caste population for India/ state/ District levels.

HH-11 ST: Scheduled Tribe Household with number of workers by household size - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-11 main table, confined to only Scheduled Tribe population for India/ state/ District levels.

HH-12: Households by size and number of members seeking / available for work - 2011

This Table shows number of members in the household seeking or available for work in total, rural as well as in urban areas at India/ State/ District level. The number of workers seeking / available are given in 5 categories i.e. none, 1, 2, 3 and 4+ with eight different sized household ranging from 0 to 7+ members.

HH-12 (Appendix): House hold by size and number of female members seeking / available for work - 2011

Presents the same data as in HH-12 main table, confined to only female members for India/ state/ District levels.

HH–13: Households by number of disabled persons and households size - 2011

This table shows the number of disabled persons in different sized households. The number of disabled persons is shown as zero, one and more than one. This data is presented for total, rural and urban at India/ State level.

SPECIAL TABLES FOR SCHEDULED CASTES

SC-1: Main workers classified by industrial category, age and sex. (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table gives the data on main workers classified by industrial categories, age and sex for each scheduled caste. The age-groups used in this table are: 5-14, 15-34, 35-59, 60+ Age not stated. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

SC-2: Main workers classified by industrial category, educational level and sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table presents the educational level of main workers for each scheduled caste by sex and industrial categories. The educational status and levels used in this table are: Illiterate, Iiterate, literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric /Secondary but below Graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post-graduate degree. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

SC-3: Marginal workers classified by industrial category, age and sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table gives the break-up of marginal workers for each scheduled caste by industrial categories, age and sex. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level. The age groups followed in this table are: 5-14, 15-34, 35-59, 60+ Age not stated.

SC-4: Marginal workers classified by industrial category, educational level and sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table depicts the educational status and level of marginal workers for each scheduled caste by industrial categories and sex. The educational levels used in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric/ Secondary but below graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post-graduate degree. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

SC-5: Marginal workers and Non-workers seeking/ available for work classified by educational level, age and sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table shows the educational level composition of marginal workers and non-workers of each scheduled caste seeking/available for work by age and sex. The data is presented in the age - groups viz. 5-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35+ Age not stated. The educational level in this table is: Illiterate, literate, Literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric/secondary but below graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post-graduate degree. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

SC-6: Occupational classification of main workers and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by age and sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table depicts the occupational classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by age - group and sex in respect of each scheduled caste. The National Classification of Occupation (N.C.O.), 1968 is being adopted with some modifications for this purpose. The occupational classification is presented up to the family (three digit) level. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

SC-7: Marital status by Age and Sex (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table presents marital status, age and sex composition of each age-group of scheduled caste separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level. The data is furnished in the age-groups viz.

0-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, age not stated, less than 18 and 21 years of age. The marital status given are never married, married, widowed, divorced, separated and unspecified.

SC-8: Educational level by age and sex for population age 7 and above (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table shows the educational level for population age 7 and above of each scheduled caste by sex. The age groups used in this table are: single year ages from 7 to 19 and the age-groups i.e. 0-6, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, age not stated. The educational levels given in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/ Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre- University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at state level.

SC-8 (Appendix): Educational Level by sex for population age 7 and above. (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This appendix provides the data on Educational status and level by sex for population age 7 and above. The educational levels given in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/ Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre-University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above. In this appendix data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State and District level.

SC-9: Population attending educational Institutions by Age, Sex and type of educational Institution. (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table gives the population attending educational institutions by age, sex and type of educational institution i.e. school, college, vocational institute, special institute for disabled, other institute and literacy centre. The age groups used in this table are: single year ages from 5 to 14 and the five year age groups viz. 0-4, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-59, 60+ `age not stated’. The data is presented for all areas at State level. The same data is presented upto District level only for age groups 0-5, 6-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30+ and age not stated.

SC-10: Population Age 5-19 attending School/ College by Economic activity status and Sex. (For Each Caste Separately) - 2011

This table furnishes the details of population Age 5-19 attending school/colleges by Economic activities status and sex for each Scheduled Caste. The table gives the data in single year ages from 5 to 19 and also for 5-19 age group for main, marginal and non-workers classified by attending/ not attending school/college by sex and residence at State level.

SC-11: Number of women and ever married women by present age, parity and total children ever born by sex (For Selected Castes only) - 2011

This table presents State level distribution of number of women and ever married women belonging to scheduled castes by present age and parity and total children ever born by five year age-groups from 15 to 19 upto 75-79, less than 15 and 80+. The data is presented for scheduled castes having female population more than 100000 at state level.

SC-12: Number of women and ever married women by present age, number of surviving children and total surviving children by sex (For Selected Castes only) - 2011

This table presents State level distribution of number of women and ever married scheduled castes women by present age, number of surviving children and the total number of surviving children by sex for ever married women by age groups from 15 to 19 upto 75-79, less than 15 and 80+.

SC-13: Number of women and currently married women by present age, number of births last year by sex and birth order (For Selected Castes only) - 2011

This table gives the State level distribution of number of scheduled castes women, currently married women by present age and number of births during last year by birth order and present age of mother. The data is presented at State level for each Scheduled Caste.

SC-14: Scheduled Caste Population by Religious Community (For Each Caste Separately)

This table presents Scheduled Caste population by sex and Religious communities such as Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists for all areas upto state level.

SPECIAL TABLES FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES

ST-1: Main workers classified by industrial category, age and sex. (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table gives the data on main workers classified by industrial categories, age and sex for each scheduled tribe. The age-groups used in this table are: 5-14, 15-34, 35-59, 60+ Age not stated. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

ST-2: Main workers classified by industrial category, educational level and sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table presents the educational level of main workers for each scheduled tribe by sex and industrial categories. The educational status and levels used in this table are: Illiterate, Iiterate, literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric /Secondary but below Graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post-graduate degree. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

ST-3: Marginal workers classified by industrial category, age and sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table gives the break-up of marginal workers for each scheduled tribe by industrial categories, age and sex. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level. The age groups followed in this table are: 5-14, 15-34, 35-59, 60+ Age not stated.

ST-4: Marginal workers classified by industrial category, educational level and sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table depicts the educational status and level of marginal workers for each scheduled tribe by industrial categories and sex. The educational levels used in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric/ Secondary but below graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post- graduate degree. The data is presented for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

ST-5: Marginal workers and non-workers seeking/ available for work classified by educational level, age and sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table shows the educational level composition of marginal workers and non-workers of each scheduled tribe seeking/available for work by age and sex. The data is presented in the age - groups viz. 5-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35+ Age not stated. The educational level in this table is: Illiterate, literate, Literate but below matric/ secondary, Matric/secondary but below graduate, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above other than technical degree, Technical degree or diploma equal to degree or post-graduate degree. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

ST-6: Occupational classification of main workers and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by age and sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table depicts the occupational classification of main and marginal workers other than cultivators and agricultural labourers by age - group and sex in respect of each scheduled tribe. The National Classification of Occupation (N.C.O.), 1968 is being adopted with some modifications for this purpose. The occupational classification is presented up to the family (three digit) level. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level.

ST-7: Marital status by Age and Sex (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table presents marital status, age and sex composition of each age-group of scheduled tribe separately for total, rural and urban areas at State level. The data is furnished in the age-groups viz.

0-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, age not stated, less than 18 and 21 years of age. The marital status given are never married, married, widowed, divorced, separated and unspecified.

ST-8: Educational level by age and sex for population age 7 and above (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table shows the educational level for population age 7 and above of each scheduled tribe by sex. The age groups used in this table are: single year ages from 7 to 19 and the age-groups i.e. 0-6, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, age not stated. The educational levels given in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/ Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre- University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above. The data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at state level.

ST-8 (Appendix): Educational Level by sex for population age 7 and above. (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This appendix provides the data on Educational status and level by sex for population age 7 and above. The educational levels given in this table are: Illiterate, Literate, Literate without educational level, Below primary, Primary, Middle, Matric/ Secondary, Higher Secondary/ Intermediate/ Pre-University/ Senior Secondary, Non-technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Technical diploma or certificate not equal to degree, Graduate and above. In this appendix data is presented separately for total, rural and urban areas at State and District level.

ST-9: Population attending educational Institutions by Age, Sex and type of educational Institution. (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table gives the population attending educational institutions by age, sex and type of educational institution i.e. school, college, vocational institute, special institute for disabled, other institute and literacy centre. The age groups used in this table are: single year ages from 5 to 14 and the five year age groups viz. 0-4, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-59, 60+ `age not stated’. The data is presented for all areas at State level. The same data is presented upto District level only for age groups 0-5, 6-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30+ and age not stated.

ST-10: Population Age 5-19 attending School/ College by Economic activity status and Sex. (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table furnishes the details of population Age 5-19 attending school/colleges by Economic activities status and sex for each Scheduled tribe. The table gives the data in single year ages from 5 to 19 and also for 5-19 age group for main, marginal and non-workers classified by attending/ not attending school/college by sex and residence at State level.

ST-11: Number of women and ever married women by present age, parity and total children ever born by sex (For Selected Tribes only) - 2011

This table presents State level distribution of number of women and ever married women belonging to scheduled tribes by present age and parity and total children ever born by five year age-groups from 15 to 19 upto 75-79, less than 15 and 80+. The data is presented for scheduled tribes having female population more than 100000 at state level.

ST-12: Number of women and ever married women by present age, number of surviving children and total surviving children by sex (For Selected Tribes only) - 2011

This table presents State level distribution of number of women and ever married scheduled tribes women by present age, number of surviving children and the total number of surviving children by sex for ever married women by age groups from 15 to 19 upto 75-79, less than 15 and 80+.

ST-13: Number of women and currently married women by present age, number of births last year by sex and birth order (For Selected Tribes only) - 2011

This table gives the State level distribution of number of scheduled tribes women, currently married women by present age and number of births during last year by birth order and present age of mother. The data is presented at State level for each Scheduled tribe.

ST-14: Scheduled Tribe Population by Religious Community (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table presents Scheduled tribe population by sex and Religious communities such as Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists for all areas upto state level.

ST -14 (Appendix): Details of Religions shown under ‘Other Religions and Persuasion’ in Main Table ST-14 - 2011

This appendix shows the details of religions shown under “other religions and persuasions’ in the main Table ST-14 for each scheduled tribe. In this table data is provided for all areas at State level by sex.

ST-15: Scheduled Tribes by Mother tongue (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table gives scheduled tribe population by mother tongue and sex separately for total, rural and urban areas at State and District levels. This also shows the mother tongue of each scheduled tribe.

ST-16: Bilingualism for Scheduled Tribes (For Each Tribe Separately) - 2011

This table gives the data on bilingualism for each Scheduled Tribe. The table also presents the population of each scheduled tribe by mother tongue and among the speakers of each mother tongue, by subsidiary language and the speakers of each subsidiary language. The data is presented separately for all areas at State level.

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