Population Geography
Vipin Solanki
Topic- Population data on HARYANA.
( urbanisation, literacy, assetless
population)
Sour...
Haryana is a state in northwest India between 27o 37' to
30o 35' latitudes and between 74o 28' to 77o 36' longitudes
and w...
Haryana Population
Density
21 Districts
Urbanisation refers to general increase in population
and amount of industrialisation of a settlement. It is a process
tha...
STATE/DISTRICT URBANISATION RATE (%)
HARYANA 34.79
FARIDABAD 79.44
GURGAON 68.82
PANCHKULA 54.87
PANIPAT 44.97
AMBALA 44.3...
JHAJJAR 25.39
SIRSA 24.75
JIND 22.82
PALWAL 22.65
KAITHAL 21.97
BHIWANI 19.80
FATEHABAD 19.05
MAHENDRGARH 14.43
MEWAT 11.3...
HARYANA LITERACY
• Literacy and level of education are basic indicators of the level of
development achieved by a society....
HARYANA LITERACY RATE
STATE / DISTRICT 2001 2011
HARYANA 67.9 76.6
PANCHKULA 74.0 83.4
AMBALA 75.3 82.9
YAMUNANAGAR 71.6 7...
PALWAL 59.2 70.3
FATEHABAD 58.0 69.1
SIRSA 60.6 70.4
HISAR 64.8 73.2
BHIWANI 67.4 76.7
ROHTAK 73.7 80.4
JHAJJAR 72.4 80.8
...
HARYANA ASSETLESS POPULATION
• Assetless population are the households that
“don’t own any of the assets listed on the
cen...
HARYNA ASSETLESS POPULATION
STATE/DISTRICT TOTAL HOUSEHOLD ASSETLESS %
HARYANA 47,17,954 4,41,696 9.36
PANCHKULA 1,10,236 ...
STATE/DITRICT TOTAL HOUSEHOLD ASSETLESS %
HISAR 3,25,046 33,016 10.15
BHIWANI 3,08,812 39,501 12.7
ROHTAK 2,02,933 17,642 ...
Population data on haryana (district wise)
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Population data on haryana (district wise)

population geography topic- population data on haryana
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Population Geography Vipin Solanki Topic- Population data on HARYANA. ( urbanisation, literacy, assetless population) Source : census of India 2011
  • 2. Haryana is a state in northwest India between 27o 37' to 30o 35' latitudes and between 74o 28' to 77o 36' longitudes and with an altitude between 700 to 3600 feet above sea level. It was carved out off the Indian state of Punjab on 1st Nov. 1966. It is bounded by Uttar Pradesh in east, Punjab in west, Himachal Pradesh in north and Rajasthan in south. River Yamuna acts as the eastern division for administrative purpose. Haryana state stretches for about 44212 sqKms with just 1.37 percent of total geographical area and less than 2 percent of India's population. Since it surrounds Delhi in the northern, western and southern sides, a large area of state is included in National Capital Region (N.C.R.). HARYANA GEOGRAPHY
  • 3. Haryana Population Density 21 Districts
  • 4. Urbanisation refers to general increase in population and amount of industrialisation of a settlement. It is a process that leads to growth of cities due to industrialization and economic development and also leads to specific changes in specialization labour divison and human behaviour . Urbanisation symbolizes the movement of people from rural to urban areas . According to Anderson, urbanization is not a one way process but it has a two way process. It involves not only movement from villages to cities but change from agricultural occupations to business, trade, service and a change in the migrants attitudes, believes, values and behavioural pattern. Trewartha (1969) considers urbanization as a cyclical process through which the nations pass as they evolve from agrarian to industrial societies. Kingslay Davis (1965) defines urbanization as a progressive concentration of population in urban units. Haryana Urbanisation
  • 5. STATE/DISTRICT URBANISATION RATE (%) HARYANA 34.79 FARIDABAD 79.44 GURGAON 68.82 PANCHKULA 54.87 PANIPAT 44.97 AMBALA 44.38 ROHTAK 42.02 YAMUNANAGAR 38.94 HISAR 31.73 SONEPAT 30.52 KARNAL 30.27 KURUKSHETRA 28.98 REWARI 25.82 Haryana – Urbanisation rate 2011 Source : census of India 2011
  • 6. JHAJJAR 25.39 SIRSA 24.75 JIND 22.82 PALWAL 22.65 KAITHAL 21.97 BHIWANI 19.80 FATEHABAD 19.05 MAHENDRGARH 14.43 MEWAT 11.38 Source : census of India 2011
  • 7. HARYANA LITERACY • Literacy and level of education are basic indicators of the level of development achieved by a society. Spread of literacy is generally associated with important traits of modern civilization such as modernization, urbanization, industrialization, communication and commerce. Literacy forms an important input in overall development of individuals enabling them to comprehend their social, political and cultural environment better and respond to it appropriately. Higher levels of education and literacy lead to a greater awareness and also contributes in improvement of economic and social conditions. It acts as a catalyst for social upliftment enhancing the returns on investment made in almost every aspect of development effort, be it population control, health, hygiene, environmental degradation control, employment of weaker sections of the society. •The condition or quality of being literate, especially the ability to read and write.
  • 8. HARYANA LITERACY RATE STATE / DISTRICT 2001 2011 HARYANA 67.9 76.6 PANCHKULA 74.0 83.4 AMBALA 75.3 82.9 YAMUNANAGAR 71.6 78.9 KURUKSHETRA 69.9 76.7 KAITHAL 59.0 70.6 KARNAL 67.7 76.4 PANIPAT 69.2 77.5 SONIPAT 72.8 80.8 JIND 62.1 72.7 Source : census of India 2011
  • 9. PALWAL 59.2 70.3 FATEHABAD 58.0 69.1 SIRSA 60.6 70.4 HISAR 64.8 73.2 BHIWANI 67.4 76.7 ROHTAK 73.7 80.4 JHAJJAR 72.4 80.8 MAHENDRAGARH 69.9 78.9 REWARI 75.2 82.2 GURGAON 78.5 84.4 MEWAT 43.5 56.1 FARIDABAD 76.3 83.0 Source : census of India 2011
  • 10. HARYANA ASSETLESS POPULATION • Assetless population are the households that “don’t own any of the assets listed on the census forms – that means no phone, no TV, no radio, no vehicle, on internet, no of any kind…,” a category that encompasses 18 percent of Indian households nationwide • Source: census of India 2011
  • 11. HARYNA ASSETLESS POPULATION STATE/DISTRICT TOTAL HOUSEHOLD ASSETLESS % HARYANA 47,17,954 4,41,696 9.36 PANCHKULA 1,10,236 6,344 5.75 AMBALA 2,08,071 9,322 4.48 YAMUNANAGAR 2,28,163 15,454 6.77 KURUKSHETRA 1,79,391 10,391 5.79 KAITHAL 2,00,221 20,380 10.17 KARNAL 2,84,551 24,361 8.5 PANIPAT 2,20,388 19,339 8.77 SONIPAT 2,69,658 26,208 9.7 JIND 2,44,582 23,539 9.6 FATEHABAD 1,76,094 19,533 11 SIRSA 2,40,217 24,103 10 Source : census of India 2011
  • 12. STATE/DITRICT TOTAL HOUSEHOLD ASSETLESS % HISAR 3,25,046 33,016 10.15 BHIWANI 3,08,812 39,501 12.7 ROHTAK 2,02,933 17,642 8.69 JHAJJAR 1,83,400 17,509 9.5 MAHENDRAGARH 1,68,525 22,513 13.3 REWARI 1,69,128 16,420 9.7 GURGAON 3,20,642 22,501 7 MEWAT 1,57,020 32,443 20.6 FARIDABAD 3,53,066 17,981 5 PALWAL 1,67,810 23,376 13.93 Source : census of India 2011

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