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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Ever married women are persons who have been married at least once in their lives although their current marital status may not be “married”. Get data on women and ever married women by present age, parity and total children ever born by sex
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Last Updated: 01/07/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Ever married women are persons who have been married at least once in their lives although their current marital status may not be “married”. Get data on women and ever married women by present age, number of surviving children and total surviving children by sex
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Last Updated: 01/07/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Currently married women are persons who have been married and are not either divorced, widowed or separated. Get data on women and currently married women by present age, number of births last year by sex and birth order
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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A persons marital status indicates whether the person is married. Get data on households by marital status, sex and age of the head of household.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Person with disability means a person suffering from not less than forty percent of any disability as certified by a medical authority (any hospital or institution, specified for the purposes of this Act by notification by the appropriate Government). As per the act "Disability" means - (i) Blindness; (ii) Low vision; (iii) Leprosy-cured; (iv) Hearing impairment; (v) Loco motor disability; (vi) Mental retardation; (vii) Mental illness. Those workers who had worked for the major part of the reference period (i.e. 6 months or more) are termed as Main Workers. Those workers who had not worked for the major part of the reference period (i.e. less than 6 months) are termed as Marginal Workers. A person who did not at all work during the reference period was treated as non-worker. Get data on disabled population among main workers, marginal workers, non-workers by type of disability, age and sex.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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As per the recommendations of the MDDS Committee a new coding pattern for various geographical entities has been devised. The Location Code Directory has been provided unique codes on All India basis which can be used for various e-Governance purposes. The coding convention used is as described below: 1.The State code of 2 digits within India has been used similar to the one used in earlier census. 2. The District code of 3 digits continuous code within India has been given. 3. The Sub-district code of 5 digits continuous code within India has been used. 4. The town code (only statutory towns) have been numbered within India. The town code range is 800001 - 899999. Further, the provision for new addition, merger or split cases shall be as follows: Addition Cases: In case of addition of new Villages/Towns/Sub-DTs/DTs, the new geographical entity shall be added at the end with an incremental code for that geographical entity. Merger Cases: In case of merger, the original code of merging geographical units shall be frozen and a new single incremental code shall be given to the merged unit at the end of the corresponding geographical entity. Split Cases: In case of split cases the original single code shall be frozen and new individual incremental codes shall be provided at the end of the corresponding geographical entity.
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Last Updated: 02/05/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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As per the recommendations of the MDDS Committee a new coding pattern for various geographical entities has been devised. The Location Code Directory has been provided unique codes on All India basis which can be used for various e-Governance purposes. The coding convention used is as described below: 1.The State code of 2 digits within India has been used similar to the one used in earlier census. 2. The District code of 3 digits continuous code within India has been given. 3. The Sub-district code of 5 digits continuous code within India has been used. 4. The Village code of 6 digits has been used continuous code within India. Range of 000001 - 799999 has been kept for Villages. The Census Towns and OGs which are treated as urban for census purpose have also been included in the Rural Directory. Further, the provision for new addition, merger or split cases shall be as follows: Addition Cases: In case of addition of new Villages/Towns/Sub-DTs/DTs, the new geographical entity shall be added at the end with an incremental code for that geographical entity. Merger Cases: In case of merger, the original code of merging geographical units shall be frozen and a new single incremental code shall be given to the merged unit at the end of the corresponding geographical entity. Split Cases: In case of split cases the original single code shall be frozen and new individual incremental codes shall be provided at the end of the corresponding geographical entity.
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Last Updated: 16/11/16
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Get data on Village/Town-wise Primary Census Abstract, 2011 - SIKKIM. It contains the details of No. of Households, Population, population with age group 0-6, SC ST Population, Literate/Illiterate population, Total Workers/Main Workers/Marginal workers Population, Main Cultivator/Main Agriculture Laborers/ Main Household Industries/ Main Other Workers Population, Marginal Cultivator/ Marginal Agriculture Laborers/ Marginal Household Industries/ Marginal Other Workers Population and Non-working Population categories with Male, Female and Total.
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Last Updated: 07/09/15
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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A household is usually a group of persons who normally live together and take their meals from a common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be related or unrelated or a mix of both. The data refers to Households by number of literates among the members of household age 7 years and above.
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Last Updated: 26/08/16
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