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Uttarakhand: Largest Districts by Population as per Census 2011

Following table represents the Largest Districts of Uttarakhand by Population as per Census 2011. 

 

Third Five-Year Plan (1961–1966)

The Third 5 year Plan focused on agriculture & enhancement in the production of wheat, but the succinct Sino - Indian War in the year 1962 exposed flaws in the economy & shifted the spotlight towards the Defence industry.

Second Five-Year Plan (1956–1961)

The second five-year plan laid emphasis on industry, particularly heavy industry. Distinct from the First five year plan that laid impetus primarily on agriculture, the domestic production of industrial products was supported in the 2nd plan, chiefly in the development of public sector.

TERMS AND TERMINOLOGY - Part 2

Jagranjosh.com presents the terms and terminology of various terms that hold special significance in the field of Economics.

TERMS AND TERMINOLOGY - Part 1

Jagranjosh.com presents the terms and terminology of various terms that hold special significance in the field of Economics.

Technological Achievement Index

Technology Achievement Index is used to compute how well a country is generating & diffusing technology & structuring a human skill base.

Multidimensional Poverty Index

Multidimensional Poverty Index was started in the year 2010 by Oxford Poverty and Human Development scheme & UNDP.

Gender Inequality Index

Gender Inequality Index is a new index for determination of gender disparity that was pioneered in the 2010 HDI Report 20th anniversary edition by UNDP.

Human Development Index

The Human Development Index is an amalgamated statistics of education, income indices and life expectancy to rank countries into four tiers of human development.

Growth and Development

To grow is to augment in number or size and to develop is to amplify one’s ability & craving to convince one’s own needs & legitimate requirements & those of others.

First Five-Year Plan

Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Indian Prime Minister presented the first five-year plan to the Parliament of India on 8th December 1951.

Naxalism and its Causes

The term Naxal traces its origin to the name of the village Naxalbari in West Bengal.

Ranks in the Indian Coast Guard

Here you can find the ranking in the Indian Coast Guard. Director General is the senior most rank.

Indian Army: Structure

Indian army is an important institution in India. Most of the competitive exams test the knowledge of exam aspirants on the setup of Indian army.

Election Commission of India

Article 324 in the constitution of India 1949 states that the Superintendence, direction and control of elections to be vested in an Election Commission.

Table of Precedence in India

The Order of precedence is the protocol list in which the officials and functionaries are listed as per their rank and office in the Government of India.

Dams of Uttarakhand: Salient Features (Set-3)

A dam is a barrier that confiscates water or underground streams. Some of the dams of Uttarakhand are listed in the article.

Dams of Uttarakhand: Salient Features (Set-2)

The list shows the Salient Features of Dams of Uttarakhand. Water management without resources dilapidation is vital to meet food and fiber requirement of India’s ever escalating population.

Dams of Uttarakhand: Salient Features (Set-1)

A dam can be used to amass water or for storage of water which can be consistently distributed between locations. Some of the dams of Uttarakhand are mentioned in the article.

Uttarakhand: Largest Districts by Population as per Census 2011

Following table represents the Largest Districts of Uttarakhand by Population as per Census 2011. 

Uttarakhand: Analysis of Districts as per census 2011

Following table represents the analysis of districts of Uttarakhand as per Census 2011.

Uttarakhand: Rural and Urban Area comparision as per Census 2011

As per Census 2011 figures revealed, the table shows the comparison between Rural and Urban areas of Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand: Census 2001 and Census 2011 comparision

As per the figures revealed, the table shows the comparison between Census 2001 and Census 2011 of Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand: Literacy Rate as per Census 2011

In 2011, the total number of literates in Uttarakhand stood at 6,880,953 out of which the males were 3,863,708 however the females were 3,017,245.

Uttarakhand: Child Population as per Census 2011

As per Census 2011, the Population (0-6) years of Uttarakhand was 1,355,814. Population(0-6) years of Rural areas was 990,776 and population(0-6) years of urban areas was 965,038

Uttarakhand: Child Sex Ratio as per Census 2011

In Uttarakhand, the sex ratio (0-6yrs) as per census 2011 is 890 females per 1000 males. Sex ratio, 0-6 yrs (rural) was 899 females per 1000 males and Sex ratio, 0-6 yrs (urban) was 868 females per 1000 males.

Uttarakhand: Sex Ratio as per Census 2011

In Uttarakhand, the sex ratio as per census 2011 is 963 females per 1000 males. Sex ratio (rural) was 1000 females per 1000 males and Sex ratio (urban) was 884 females per 1000 males.

Uttarakhand: Density as per Census 2011

The density of the Uttarakhand state is 189 per sq km as per 2011 Census. It is comparatively lower than national average, which is 382 per sq km.

Dams of Maharashtra: Salient Features (Set - 13)

A dam can be used to amass water or for storage of water which can be consistently distributed between locations. Some of the dams of Maharashtra are mentioned in table.

Dams of Maharashtra: Salient Features (Set - 12)

A dam is a barrier that confiscates water or underground streams. Some of the dams of Maharshtra are listed in the article.

Dams of Maharashtra: Salient Features (Set - 11)

The list represents the dams of Maharashtra. A dam can be used to amass water or for storage of water which can be consistently distributed between locations.

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