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Maharashtra PCS: Demographic Features

Jan 21, 2014 18:14 IST

    Maharashtra Public Service Commission is going to conduct the Maharashtra State Services Preliminary Examination 2014 on 2 February 2104, commonly known as Maharashtra PCS,as given in the Notification. Preliminary is the most important stage of the examination as the maximum numbers of candidates are filtered out at the Preliminary stage. The Demographic features of the state have always been asked in the State Preliminary Examination.

    The demographic features are important because it reflect the population profile of the state with different Socio-Economic indicators so that the people have a full knowledge of the state population and he can anticipate the importance of the Social Schemes.

    The Census 2011 final data were released in the year 2013 and hence the values are yet to be asked in the examination which makes it more important.

    The following are some of the important demographic features of the state are as follows.

    Maharashtra: Population as per Census 2011

    Maharashtra: Large districts by Population as per Census 2011

    Maharashtra: Large Urban Agglomeration as per Census 2011


    Maharashtra: Rural Population as per Census 2011


    Maharashtra: Urban Population as per Census 2011

    Maharashtra: Density as per Census 2011

    Maharashtra: Literacy rate as per Census 2011


    Maharashtra: Rural and Urban Area comparison as per Census 2011


    Maharashtra: Census 2001 and Census 2011 comparison


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