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  • Area (2011):  3300000 sq km
  • Total number of states and union territories (2011):  35
  • Population (2011):  1210193422
  • Recorded forest area (2011):  769512 sq km sq km
  • Growth rate of agriculture & allied sector (2011-12):  2.5
  • Growth rate of Gross Domestic Product in industry sector (2011-12):  3.9
  • Gross Domestic Product at constant prices (2011-12):  5222027 INR in crores (at 2004-05 prices)



Shortfall in number of Sub Centres (Health) in India (2011)

The map shows shortfall in number of Sub Centres (Health) in India for 2011(provisional population). The shortfall number represents the difference between number of Sub Centres required and the established Sub Centres in the states. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are the states having maxmium shortall of Sub centres i.e. having less number of sub centres than required.

Sex ratio (Number of females per 1000 males) in India (2011)

This map shows Sex ratio at state level in India for 2011. The sex ratio tell the number of females per 1000 males. Only Kerala and Puducherry are the state and UT which have high sex ratio.

State level comparison of rural and urban population of India (2011)

The map shows state level comparison of rural and urban population of India for 2011. Most of the Union terriorties except Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Dadra & Nagar Haveli have greater proportion of Urban population. Goa & Mizoram states also have large urban population than rural population.

Average per capita income

The map shows average per capita income of different states in India. NSSO 66th round data has been used for analysis.

Coal resources in India

Chattisgarh, Orissa and Jharkhand are the leading states in terms of coal resources in India. The data shown in map is for year 2012.

Death number due to Dengue

The number of death reported in India due to Dengue for period 2007 to 2012 (upto November) are shown in map. For 2011 and 2012 data is provisional. Maharashtra state has highest total number of death from 2007 to 2012.

End use energy for cooking

The map shows end use energy for cooking purposes in rural India. NSSO 66th round data has been used for analysiis.

Health facilities available in study area, Gujarat

Health facilities are places that provide health care. Primary care is the term for the health care services which play a role in the local community. The benefits that health facilities deliver to communities reach well beyond their core purpose of improving access to essential health services for low-income people. The health outcomes they achieve increase work productivity, which can ultimately lead to poverty reduction.

Lignite resources of India

Indian lignite deposits occur in the tertiary sediments in the southern and western parts of peninsular shield particularly in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Kerala and Jammu & Kashmir.

Methane emission from Indian rice ecosystems

India, on an average, cultivates rice on 43 million ha of land. The annual amount of CH4 emitted from a given area of rice is a function of the crop duration, water regimes, and organic soil amendments. The total methane emission from Indian rice-ecosystems for the year 2005-06 estimated was 3.386 Tg.

Population of India (provisional figures)

India’s population has jumped to 1.21 billion, showing an increase by more than 181 million during the 2001-2011 decade, according to the provisional data of Census 2011. Among the states and union territories, Uttar Pradesh is the most populous State with 199 million people followed by Maharashtra at 112 million people and Lakshadweep is the least populated at 64,429 persons.

Total end use energy (rural India)

The map has been prepared using data of NSSO 66th round for year 2009-10.