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State Wise Census Tamilnadu Data 2011

  • Population : 7,21,38,958
  • Males : 36,158,871
  • Female : 35,980,087
  • Decadal growth rate : 15.60
  • Sex ratio : 995
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 Years ) : 946, Child sex ratio ( 7 year above ) : 1000
  • Literacy rate : 80.33 %
  • Male literacy rate : 86.81%
  • Female literacy rates : 73.86%
  • Density of population ( per.sq. km ) : 555
  • Chennai : second highest in India.

Eight districts recorded a negative growth in sex ratio. Ramanathapuram fared worst with the sex ratio slipping from 1,036 to 977, followed by Sivaganga where the ratio came down from 1,038 to 1,000 and Tuticorin, where it dropped from 1,050 to 1,024.

Among the districts to record high increase in overall sex ratio are :

  • The Nilgiris ( 1,041 )
  • Thanjavur ( 1 031 )
  • Nagapattinam ( 1,025 )
  • Tiruvarur ( 1,020 )
  • Vellore ( 1,004 )
  • Coimbatore ( 1,001 )
  • Erode ( 992 )
  • Chennai ( 986 )
  • Salem ( 954 )

Chennai Census Data 2011 Andhra Pradesh Census Data 2011General Studies Question Bank CD

  • 7.8 percent of growth rate in population during last 10 years ( 2001 – 2011 ).
  • Population : 46,81,087, with an addition of over 3.37 lakh heads.
  • Males : 23,57,663
  • Females : 23,23,454
  • 0 – 6 age group population : 4,18,541, declined about 3.5 percent from 2001.
  • No. of voters in Chennai : 32 lakh voters
  • Districts with population growth : Thiruvallur district and Kancheepuram
  • In 2001, Thiruvallur district has the population of 27,54,756 and now in 2011 it is 37,25,697. Kancheepuram district has been recorded the population of 39,90,897 in 2011, but in 2001 it was 28,77,468.
  • Population : 8,46,65,533
  • Males : 4,25,09,881
  • Females : 4,21,55,652
  • Sex ratio : 992
  • Among the districts, Nizamabad district has recorded the highest sex ratio with 1038 followed by Vijayanagaram and Srikakulam districts with 1016 and 1014,
  • The lowest sex ratio was recorded in Hyderabad district with 943
  • Density of population: 308 persons per sq. km
  • Rangareddy district is the highly populated district in the state
  • The density in Hyderabad is 18,480 persons per square kilometer
  • The lowest density has been recorded in Adilabad district with 170 persons per sq km.
  • The lowest decadal growth rate recorded in West Godavari district with 3.45 preceded by Vijayanagaram district with 4.6 and Hyderabad with 4.71.
  • Decadal growth rate : 11.10 %
  • Literacy rate : 67.66%
  • Male literacy rate : 75.56%
  • Female literacy rate : 59.74%.

Goa Census Data 2011

  • Population : 14,57,723
  • Males : 7,40, 711
  • Females : 7,17,012
  • Sex ratio : 968.
  • Sex ratio ( 0 – 6years ) :920
  • Sex ratio aged seven and above l 973
  • Density of population : 394.
  • The literate population in Goa is 87.40 %.
  • Male literacy : 92.81%
  • Female literacy : 81.84%
  • The most populated village in Goa is Shiroda in Fbnda with a population of 14,030 persons.
  • The most populous town in Goa is Margao with a population of 87,678 persons – 44,528 males and 43,148 females.
  • The least populous town in the state is Pernem.

Census Data 2011 Karnataka

  • Population : 61,130,704
  • Male; 3,10,57,742
  • Female : 3,00,77,962
  • Decadal growth rate : 15.7%
  • Density of population : 319 persons per Sq. km
  • Sex ratio : 968 ( for 1000 males ).
  • Literacy rate : 75.6 %.
  • Male literary rate : 82.8 per cent
  • Female literacy : 68.1 per cent.
  • Child sex ratio ( between 0 – 6 years of age ) : 943
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7 years ) 1, 971

Rajasthan Census Data 2011

  • Population : 6.86 crores ( exactly 68,621,012 ).
  • Males : 35,620,086
  • Females : 33,000,926.
  • Decadal Growth rate : 21.44%
  • Sex ratio : 926
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) : 883
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7years ) : 935
  • Density of Population : 201 persons per sq km
  • Literacy rate : 67.0% ( third lowest in the country )
  • Male : 80.51%
  • Female : 52.66%

Bihar Census Data 2011

  • Population : 10,38,04,637 ( third most populous state in India )
  • Male :5,41,85,347
  • Female : 4,96,19,290
  • Density of population : 1102 per sq. km ( highest in India )
  • Decadal growth rate : 25.07%
  • Sex ratio : 916
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ): 933
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7years ) : 912
  • literacy, rate : 63.8 ( lowest in India )
  • Male literacy : 73.39
  • Female literacy : 53.33
  • State with highest increase in education level.

General Studies Question Bank CD
Maharashtra Census Data 2011

  • Population : 11.24 Crore
  • Male : 58,361,397
  • Female : 54,011,575
  • Decadal growth rate : 15.99%
  • Density of Population : 365
  • Sex Ratio : 925
  • Child Sex Ratio : 883
  • Child Sex Ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) : 883 (4th lowest in India)
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 931
  • Literacy in Maharashtra : 82.9 %
  • Male Literacy Rate – 89.82%
  • Female Literacy Rate – 75.48%
  • second most populated state
  • Highest populated district in India is Thane ( 1,10,54,131 )

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Assam Census Data 2011

  • Population : 3,11,69,272 ( 3.11 crore )
  • Males : 1,59,54,927
  • Females : 1,52,14,345
  • Decadal growth rate : 16.93 %
  • District with highest growth of population : Dhubri district at 24.40 %
  • Density of population : 397 per sq km
  • Sex ratio : 954
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6years ) : 957
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7years ) : 953
  • Literacy rate : 73.81 per cent
  • Male literacy : 78.81 per cent
  • Female literacy : 67.27 per cent.

Census Data Manipur 2011

  • Population : 27, 21, 756
  • Males : 13, 69,764
  • Females : 13, 51,992
  • Sex ratio : 987
  • Child population ( 0 – 6 ) : 3,53,237. 12.98 % of the total population.

General Studies Question Bank CD

  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) : 934
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7 ) : 995
  • Density of population : 122 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 18.65%
  • Literacy rate : 79.85,
  • Male literacy : 86.49 %
  • Female literacy : 73.17%.

District With Highest Population in India 2011

  1. Imphal West 18.91 %
  2. Imphal East 16.63 %
  3. Tamenlong – least populated ( 5.15 % )
  • District with the highest literacy rate : Imphal West at 86.70 %, Churachanpur at 84.29 %
  • The district with the highest number of infants ( age group from 0 to 6 ) : Thoubal district at 66,953
  • Lowest population is Chandel district with 16,496 infants.

Nagaland Census Data 2011

  • Population: 19,80,602
  • Males : 10,25,707
  • Females : 9, 54,895
  • District with Lowest percentage of growth in India : Longleng ( Nagaland ), Kiphire ( Nagaland )
  • Decadal growth rate : -0.47%
  • Sex ratio : 931
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6years ) : 944
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 929
  • Density of population : 119 persons per Sq. km
  • Literacy rate : 80.11 %
  • Male literacy : 83.29
  • Female Literacy : 76.69

Sikkim Census Data 2011

  • Population: 6,07,688
  • Males: 3,21,661
  • Females: 2,86,027
  • Sex ratio: 889
  • Child sex ratio (0-6years): 944
  • Child sex ratio (above 7 years): 883
  • Density of population: 86 persons per Sq. km.
  • Decadal growth rate 12.36
  • literacy rate: 82.20
  • Male literacy: 87.29
  • Female literacy: 76.43

Note : lowest populated state in India.

Census Data Meghalaya 2011

  • Population : 29,64,007
  • Males : 14,92,668
  • Females : 14,71,339
  • Sex ratio : 986
  • Decadal growth rate : 27.82%
  • Density of Population : 133 persons per Sq. km
  • Literacy rate : 75.48
  • Male literacy rate : 77.17
  • Female literacy rate : 73.78
  • Proportion of population ( 0 – 6 1 years )  :  West Khasi Hills
  • ( Meghalaya ) – second highest in India
  • Meghalaya has recorded the’ highest decadal growth rate of 27.82 per cent in India.

Census Data 2011 Arunachal Pradesh

  • Population: 13, 82,611.
  • Males: 720,232
  • Females: 662,379
  • Most populous: Papum Pare with 1, 76,385.
  • Least Populated: Dibang Valley with 7,948.
  • Decadal growth rate of 25.92 percent
  • Sex Ratio: 920
  • Child sex ratio (0 to 6 years): 960
  • Child sex ratio (above 7 years): 913
  • Density of population: 17 person per Sq. km (Lowest in India)
  • Literacy rate: 66.95%.
  • Most literate: Papum Pare with 82.14%.
  • Least Literate: Kurung Kumey District 50.67 per cent
  • Note: Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is the district with the second highest child sex ratio at 1,005,
  • District with highest % growth of population in India: Kurung Kumey

Mizoram Census Data 2011General Studies Question Bank CD

  • Population : 1,091,014
  • Males : 552,339
  • Females : 538,675
  • Sex ratio : 975
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) years : 971 ( highest in India )
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7 ) : 976
  • Density of population : 52 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 22.78
  • Literacy rate : 91.58%
  • Male literacy : 93.72%
  • Female literacy : 89.40%
  • Districts with highest literacy rate in India : 1st – Serchhip, 2nd Aizwal.

Jammu kashmir Census Data 2011

  • Population : 12,548,926
  •  Males :  6,665,561
  • Females :  5,883,365
  •  Decadal growth rate :  23.71
  • Sex ratio :  883
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 to 6 years of age ) :  859
  • Child sex ratio ( 7 years of age ) :  887
  • Density of population :  124 persons per Sq. km
  •  Literacy rate :  68.74%
  • Male literacy : 78.26%
  • Female Literacy :  58.01
  •  District with highest Proportion of Population ( 0 – 6 years ) in India :  Kupwara district
  • District with lowest sex ratio in India : Leh (Ladakh)
  • District with second lowest density of population in India :  Samba

Punjab Census Data 2011

  • Population :  27,704,236
  •  Males :  14,634,819
  •  Females :  13,069,417
  • Sex ratio :  893
  • Decadal growth rate :  13.73%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6years) :  906
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7years ) :  983
  • Density of population :  550 persons per sq. km
  • Literacy rate :  76.68%
  • Male literacy :  81.48%
  • Female Literacy :  71.34%

General Studies Question Bank CD

Census Data of Himachal Pradesh 2011

  • Population :  6,856,509
  • Males :  3,473,892
  • Females :  3,382,617
  • Sex ratio :  974
  • Decadal growth rate :  12.81
  • Quid sex ratio ( 0 – 6years ) :  846 (  second lowest in India )
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7years ) :  899
  • Density of population :  123 persons per sq. km
  • Literacy rate :  83.78%
  • Male literacy : 90.83%
  • Female Literacy :  76.60%
  • District with highest child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) in India :  Lahul  &  Spiti

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Census Data of Uttarakhand 2011

  • Population :  10,116,752
  • Males :  5,154,179
  • Females : 4,962,574
  • Sex ratio : 963
  • Density of population : 189 persons per Sq. km
  • Decadal growth : 19.17
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) :  886
  • Child sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 975
  • Literacy rate :  79.63%
  • Male literacy :  88.33%
  • Female literacy :  70.70%

Note  :  District with second highest sex ratio in India :  Almora.

Haryana Census Data 2011

  • Population :  25,353,081
  • Males :  13,505,130
  • Females :  11,847,951
  • Sex ratio :  877
  • Density of population :  573

General Studies Question Bank CD

  • Decadal growth rate :  19.90
  • Child Sex ratio :  ( 0 – 6 years ) :  830 ( second lowest in India )
  • District with lowest child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 years ) in India : Jhajjar & Mahendergarh districts
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 year ) :  885
  • Literacy rate :  76.64%
  • Male literacy rate :  85.38 %
  • Female literacy rate :  66.77%

Uttar Pradesh Census Data 2011

  • Population :  199,581,477
  • Males : 104,596,415
  • Females  : 94,985,062
  • Sex ratio  : 908
  • Density of population :  828
  • Decadal growth rate :  20.09
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 )  :  899
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) :  910
  • Literacy rate :  69.72
  • Male literacy rate :  79.24
  • Female literacy rate :  59.26

Note : Highly populated state in India.

Madhya Pradesh Census Data 2011

  •   Population : 72,597,565
  •   Males : 37,612,920
  •   Females : 34,984,645
  •   Sex ratio : 930
  •   Density of population : 236
  •   Decadal growth rate : 20.30%
  •   Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 912
  •   Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) :  933
  •   Literacy rate :  70.63%
  •   Male literacy rate :  80.53
  •   Female literacy rate :  60.02
  •   District with lowest literacy rate in India : Alirajpur ( 37.22% )

West Bengal Census Data 2011

  • Population : 91,347,736
  • Males : 46,927,389
  • Females : 44,420,347
  • Sex ratio : 947
  • Density of population : 1,029 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 13.93%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 950
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) :  946
  • Literacy rate :  77.08%
  • Male literacy rate :  82.67%
  • Female literacy rate :  71.16%

Note : second densely populated state in India
District with second highest population in India. North Twenty Four Parganas
Districts ranked lowest as per Proportion of Population ( 0 – 6 years ) in India : Kolkata

Gujarat Census 2011 Data

  • Population: 60,383,628
  • Males:.31,482,282
  • Females: 28,901,346
  • Sex ratio: 918
  • Density of population: 308 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate: 19.17%
  • Child sex ratio (0-6): 886
  • Child Sex ratio (above 7 years): 923
  • Literacy rate: 79.31%
  • Male literacy rate: 87.23%
  • Female literacy rate: 70.73%

General Studies Question Bank CD
Orissa Census Data 2011

  • Population : 41,947,358
  • Males : 21,201,678
  • Females : 20,745,680
  • Sex ratio : 978
  • Density of population : 269 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 13.97%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ): 934
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ): 985
  • Literacy rate : 73.45 %
  • Male literacy rate : 82.40 %
  • Female literacy rate : 64.36%

Census Data Chhattisgarh 2011

  • Population : 25,540,196
  • Males : 12,827,915
  • Females : 12,712,281
  • Sex ratio : 991
  • Density of population : 189 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 22.59%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 964
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 995
  • Literacy rate : 71.04%
  • Male literacy rate : 81.45%
  • Female literacy rate : 60.59%

General Studies Question Bank CD

Kerala Census Data 2011

  • Population : 33,387,677
  • Males : 16,021,290
  • Females : 17,366,387
  • Sex ratio : 1,084
  • Density of population :  859 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate 4.86%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 959
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 1,099
  • Literacy rate :  93.91%
  • Male literacy rate :  96.02%
  • Female literacy rate : 91.98%
  • Note: District with second lowest child population ( 0 – 6years ) in India :  Pathanamthitta
  • Kerala has the highest sex ratio in India.

Jharkhand Census Data 2011

  • Population :  32,966,238
  • Males :  16,931,688
  • Females :  16,034,550
  • Sex ratio : 947
  • Density of population :  414 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate 22.34%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 943
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) :  948
  • Literacy rate :  67.63%
  • Male literacy rate :  78.45%
  • Female literacy rate :  56.21%

Tripura Census Data 2011

  • Population : 3,671,032
  • Males :  1,871,867
  • Females : 1,799,165
  • Sex ratio :  961
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years )
  • Density of population : 350 962 persons per sq. km
  • Literacy rate :  87.75%
  • Decadal growth rate 14.75%
  • Male literacy rate :  92.18%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) :  953
  • Female literacy rate :  83.15%

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Union Territories of India

Chandigarh Census Data 2011

  • Population : 1,054,686
  • Males : 580,282
  • Females : 474,404
  • Sex ratio : 818
  • Density of population : 9,252 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate 17.10%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 867
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 812
  • Literacy rate :  86.43%
  • Male literacy rate :  90.54%
  • Female literacy rate :  81.38%

Note :  second highest population among UT’s

Delhi Census Data 2011

  • Population : 16,753,235
  • Males : 8,976,410
  • Females : 7,776,825
  • Sex ratio : 866
  • Density of population : 11,297 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate 20.96 %

General Studies Question Bank CD

  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ): 866
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 866
  • Literacy rate : 86.34%
  • Male literacy rate : 91.03%
  • Female literacy rate : 80.93%
  • District with highest density off population in India : North East Delhi

Census Data of Daman and Diu 2011

  • Population  : 242,911
  • Males: 150,100
  • Females : 92,811
  • Sex ratio : 618
  • Density of population : 2,169 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate 53.54 %
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) :  909
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) :  589
  • Literacy rate :  87.07%
  • Male literacy rate :  91.48%
  • Female literacy rate :  79.59%

Note :
Second lowest populated UT,
Second highest decadal growth rate in India
Lowest child’ sex ratio ( above 7 years ) in India
Lowest overall sex ratio in India.

Census Data 2011 Dadra Nagar Haveli

  • Population : 342,853
  • Males : 193,178
  • Females : 149,675
  • Sex ratio : 775
  • Density of population : 698 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 55.50%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 924
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 752
  • Literacy rate :  77.65%
  • Male literacy rate :  86.46%
  • Female literacy rate :  65.93%

General Studies Question Bank CD
Note :
Highest decadal growth rate in India
Second lowest sex ratio in India.

Lakshadweep Census Data 2011

  • Population : 64,429
  • Males : 33,106
  • Females : 31,323
  • Sex ratio : 946
  • Density of population : 2,013 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 6.23 %
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 908
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 951
  • Literacy rate : 92.28%
  • Male literacy rate : 96.11%
  • Female literacy rate : 88.25%

Note : Second highest literacy rate in India.

Andaman and Nicobar Census 2011

  • Population : 379,944
  • Males : 202,330
  • Females : 177,614
  • Sex ratio : 878
  • Density of population : 46 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 6.68 %
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ) : 966
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 868
  • Literacy rate : 86.27%
  • Male literacy rate : 90.11%
  • Female literacy rate : 81.84%

Note :  second lowest density of population in India.
General Studies Question Bank CD

Pudhucherry Census Data 2011

  • Population : 1,244,464
  • Males : 610,485
  • Females : 633,979
  • Sex ratio : 1,038
  • Density of population : 2,598 persons per sq. km
  • Decadal growth rate : 27.72%
  • Child sex ratio ( 0 – 6 ): 965
  • Child Sex ratio ( above 7 years ) : 1,047
  • Literacy rate : 86.27%
  • Male literacy rate : 90.11%
  • Female literacy rate : 81.84%

Note :  Second highest sex ratio in India.

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BACore Subjects : Archaeology, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Gujarati, History, Hindi, Linguistics, Marathi, Mathematics, Persian, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Russian, Sanskrit, Sociology
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MACore Subjects : Archaeology, Economics, English, German, Gujarati, History, Hindi, Linguistics, Marathi, Persian, Philosophy, Political Science, Russian, Sanskrit, Sociology
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Bachelor of Library and Information Science ( B.L.I.S.)
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Master of Library and Information Science ( M.L.I.S.)
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Diploma and Post - DiplomaSubjects : German, Russian, French, Persian, Arabic, Applied Corporate Finance
Faculty of Commerce
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BComSpecialization : Accounting and Financial Management, Banking and Insurance, Business Economics, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Rural Enterpreneurship and Management
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MComSpecialization : Accounting and Financial Management, Banking and Insurance, Business Economics, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Co-operative Management and Rural Studies
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PG DiplomaSubjects : Accounting and Finance, Banking, Banking and Insurance, Business Administration, Business Economics, Co-operative Management, Financial Management, Marketing Management, Strategic Human Resource Management
Faculty of Education & Psychology
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MEd
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Master of Educational Management ( M. Ed.M.)
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MA Core Subject : Psychology
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PG DiplomaSubjects : Educational Management, Guidance and Counselling, Human Resource Development, Clinical and Community Psychology, Clinical & Applied Hypnosis
Faculty of Family & Community Sciences
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B.F.C. ScCore Subjects : Clothing and Textile, Extension and Communication, Family and Community Resource Management, Food and Nutrition, Human Development and Family Studies
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M.F.C. ScCore Subjects : Clothing and Textile, Extension and Communication, Family and Community Resource Management, Food and Nutrition, Human Development and Family Studies
15.
PG DiplomaSubjects : Early Childhood Care and Education, Development Management in Extension Communication
Faculty of Fine Arts
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Bachelor of Visual Arts ( B.V.A.)Core Subjects: Applied Arts, Art History, Painting, Sculpture
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Master of Visual Arts ( M.V.A.)Core Subjects : Applied Arts, Art History, Graphic Arts, Painting, Sculpture, Museology
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DiplomaApplied Arts, Painting, Sculpture
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Post-DiplomaApplied Arts, Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Arts
Faculty of Journalism & Communication
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Master of Communication Studies (M. C. S.)
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Faculty of Law
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B.A. L.L.B. ( Five year integrated course )
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L.L.B. ( General ), & L.L.M
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Post-Graduate DiplomaSubjects : Labour Practice, Taxation Practice
Faculty of Management Studies
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MBA ( Regular and 3 Years Executive Evening Program )
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M.P.ACore Subjects : Vocal Music, Sitar, Tabla, Violin, Dance-Bharatnatyam & Kathak, Dramatics
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Faculty of Science
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BScCore Subjects : Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Zoology.
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MScCore Subjects : Applied Geology, Biochemistry, Medical Biotech, Biostatistics, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Microbiology, Petroleum Geology, Physics, Software Technology, Statistics, Zoology
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MSc - ( Admission through centralized process )Biotechnology
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MSc ( 5 Years course )Cellular and Molecular Biology
Faculty of Social Work
33.
Master of Social Work ( M.S.W )
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34.
Master of Human Resource Management ( M.H.R.M )
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35.
DiplomaHuman Resource Management, Social Development and Organizational Management, Health Management and Intervention, Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
Faculty of Technology & Engineering
36.
BEChemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Textile Engineering, Metallurgy, Textile Technology, Irrigation and Water Management ( Admission through state-level centralized process )
37.
BPharm( Admission through state-level centralized process )
38.
BArch( Admission through state-level centralized process )
39.
MEChemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Man-made Fibre, Mechanical Engineering, Textile Engineering, Metallurgy, Textile Chemistry ( Admission through state-level centralized process)
40.
MPharmAdmission through state-level centralized process
41.
MEWelding Technology, Metallurgical and Material Sciences
42.
MCAAdmission through state-level centralized process
43.
MScCore Subjects : Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics / Industrial Mathematics, Material Science / Nanotechnology
44.
DiplomaTextile Technology, Textile Chemistry
45.
PG DiplomaComputer Application, Textile Chemistry
Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya
46.
Visharad, Shastri, Acharya
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MK Amin Arts Science & Commerce College, Padra
47.
BACore Subject : Hindi
48.
BComSpecialization : Accounting and Financial Management, Banking and Insurance, Business Economics, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Rural Enterpreneurship and Management
Polytechnic
49.
DiplomaCivil Engineering, Mechanical Electrical Computer Electronics & Communication Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Architectural Assistantship,
Information Technology ( Admission through state-level centralized process ).
50.
Part-time DiplomaCivil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering

#Union Territories

General Studies Question Bank CD
Child Sex Ratio Aged 0 – 6 Years India – 914

Name of the Study Centre & Contact Number Name of the Study Centre & Contact Number
Aathitiya Educational unit - 9383413433.Pudhukottai, St John’s Paramedical college - 9885422744.
Hope International Academy - 9884025152.Virudhunagar, Boopathi Educational trust - 9842876864.
Aliterra Projects - 9710850735.Karnataka, Bangalore, Karnataka International Educational trust - 9448043859;
AD Solaris - 9360248063;SLN Correspondence college - 9845376246.
New Reel Design and Entertainment ( P ) Ltd - 9380565667.Hubli – Institute of Management Studies, 9379088947.
Asia Study Centre - 9884022070.Kolar Gold Field – Vijayalaksmi Educational Trust, 08153-269632;
Cheyyar, Sri Jeya Devi Educational Trust - 04182-320559.Mysore, Advanced Institute of Management - 98860668672.
Coimbatore, Impex - 9047595076.VEDA - 9845231526.
Indira Gandhi College of Special Education - 0422 - 3229888.Tumkur, REED Society - 9448714194.
Green Valley Educational and Charitable Trust - 9486616127.Andhra Pradesh, Kakkinada, Suryaraya Principal degree College - 9246691321.
Dharmapuri, Jayam Study Centre - 9786313949.Tirupathi, Karthikeya Educational and Social Development Society - 0877 - 222061.
Krishnagiri, Jayam study centre - 9677313204.Nellore, Karthikeya Educational and Social Development Society - 9030645789.
Madurai, Asia e University Madurai Study Centre - 0452 - 3259446.Vijayawada, Karthikeya Educational and Social Development Society - 9030645789.
Mayiladuthurai, AD Solaris - 9360248063.Vishakapattinam, Pooja unique Academy - 9030001248.
Nagercoil, Aathithya Educational Unit - 9710218850.Kerala, Kannore, Madurai Kamaraj University Study Centre - 9895659305.
Thiruvannamalai, Sri Venkateswara College - 04175 - 325097.Thiruvananthapuram, SERDS - 9447196196
Tirunelveli, Aathithya Educational Unit - 9710218850.Kollam, SERDS - 9447196196.
Success Study Centre - 9790031321.Trichy, GEMS Trust - 9367630405.

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Child Sex Ratio Above 7 Years India – 944

University of Jammu Distance Education Courses Duration University of Jammu Distance Education Courses Eligibility
BA / BCom 3 Years12 Years Hr Sec
Certificate Course in Urdu ( Hindi medium ) 6 Months Matric
Certificate Course in Engineering Improvement 6 Months Matric

#Union Territories
General Studies Question Bank CD
Decadal Growth of Population in India

S.NoBranch Name of diploma courses in PolytechnicsCompatible Vocational Courses ( 10+2 )
1Agriculture Engineering
  1. Crop Production / Cultivation

  2. Floriculture

  3. Repair and Maintenance of Power Driven Farm Machinery ( RMPDFM )
2Automobile EngineeringAuto Technician ( TTWR )
3Ceramic TechnologyVisual Arts ( Pottery & Ceramics )
4i. Computer Engineering
ii. Electronics & Communication Engineering.
iii. Information Technology
iv. Instrumentation & Control Engineering.
v. Medical Electronics
vi. Electrical Engineering
  1. Lineman

  2. Electrician ( MREDA )

  3. Computer Technique

  4. Electrical Technology
5Civil EngineeringFurniture Maker and Designer
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6Food TechnologyBakery & Confectionery
7Mechanical Engineering
  1. Boiler Attendant

  2. Material Testing & Heat Treatment
8Textile TechnologyMechanic Textile Machinery
9Fashion TechnologyCommercial Garments Designing and Making
10Office Management & Computer Application
  1. Accountancy & Auditing

  2. Banking

  3. Marketing & Salesmanship

  4. Office Secretary ship Stenography English

  5. Office Secretary ship Stenography Hindi

  6. Computer Technique
11Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering. ( Tool & Die )
Production Engineering.
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
12Electronics & Communication EngineeringElectronics Technology

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