Decadal Census report : RR records highest population growth
Has the highest district population of 52,96, 741 Total number of STs in State 59,18,073 Workers in...
- Has the highest district population of 52,96, 741
- Total number of STs in State 59,18,073
- Workers in State 3,94,22,906
Hyderabad : Ranga Reddy recorded the highest decadal growth of population of 48.16 per cent among the districts in the State while Mahbubnagar with 15.34 per cent is next on the list. The lowest growth rate was recorded in Hyderabad (2.97 per cent). It is preceded by West Godavari (3.51 per cent). The figures were made available on Friday following the release of primary Census abstract by Census director Anuradha.
Among the mandals the highest decadal growth is recorded in Pedagantyada (547.91) followed by Visakhapatnam rural (268.42). The lowest decadal growth rate is in Mandamarri (-18.76) in Adilabad district. It is preceded by Atlur mandal (-17.23) in YSR Kadapa district. (The decadal growth rate at the mandal level is calculated wherever comparable between 2001 and 2011).
The maximum population at district level is found in Ranga Reddy 52,96,741 followed by East Godavari (51,54,296). The minimum population is found in Vizianagaram 23,44,474, preceded by Nizamabad 25,51,335. At mandal level the highest population is recorded in Vijayawada urban 10,21,806 followed by Visakhapatnam urban 9,77,771. The lowest population is found in Maredumilli 19,507 in East Godvari district. It is preceded by Vemanapalle 19,532, in Adilabad district.
The total Scheduled Tribe population in the State is 59,18,073---52,32,129 (in rural areas) and 6, 85,944 (urban). The decadal growth rate of ST is recorded as 17.79 per cent---14.98 in rural and 44.85 in urban areas. Among the districts with the highest proportion of ST population is Khammam (27.37) and the lowest Hyderabad (1.24). The total number of workers in the State is 3,94,22,906. In rural areas it is 2,90,52,307, and 1,03,70,599 urban.
The work participation rate in 2011 is 46.61, as against 45.79 in 2001 Census. In rural areas it is 51.55 as against 51.52 in 2001 census and in urban it is 36.75, as against 32.92 in 2001 Census. Among the districts, the highest work participation rate is recorded in Mahbunagar district (51.38) and the lowest is in Hyderabad (35.84).
The female work participation rate in 2011 is registered as 36.16 as against 35.11 in 2001 census. In rural areas it is 44.65, as against 44.32 in 2001 Census, and in urban it is 19.14, as against 14.24 in 2001 Census. For the first time in Census 2011, the marginal workers (those who worked for less than six months) have been sub-divided into two categories�those who worked for less than three months and those who worked for three to six months. The marginal workers in the State is recorded as 63,85,528, an increase of 5,32,542 over 2001.