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Nangloi Jat Population 2011

Nangloi Jat city is governed by Municipal Corporation which comes underĀ Delhi Metropolitan Region. The Nangloi Jat city is located in Delhi state of India.

What is Nangloi Jat Population 2011?

As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Nangloi Jat in 2011 is 205,596; of which male and female are 110,056 and 95,540 respectively. Although Nangloi Jat city has population of 205,596; its urban / metropolitan population is 16,349,831 of which 8,750,834 are males and 7,598,997 are females.

What is Nangloi Jat Literacy Rate 2011?

In education section, total literates in Nangloi Jat city are 146,273 of which 84,479 are males while 61,794 are females. Average literacy rate of Nangloi Jat city is 82.69 percent of which male and female literacy was 89.24 and 75.15 percent.

What is Nangloi Jat Sex Ratio 2011?

The best ratio of Nangloi Jat city is 868 per 1000 males. Child best ratio of girls is 865 per 1000 boys.

What is Nangloi Jat Child Population 2011?

Total children (0-6) in Nangloi Jat city are 28,698 as per figure from Census India report on 2011. There were 15,388 boys while 13,310 are girls. The child forms 13.96 % of total population of Nangloi Jat City.

What is Nangloi Jat Slums 2011?

There is no information on Slums located in Nangloi Jat city or its Out Growth as per 2011 Census.

What is Nangloi Jat Population 2021?

Indian Govt only conduct census once a decade. Since last census of Nangloi Jat city was done in 2011, next census will only be in 2021. While many are asking for Nangloi Jat Population 2021 figures, there is none.

What is Nangloi Jat Religion 2011?

Hinduism is majority religion in Nangloi Jat city with 86.14 % followers. Islam is second most popular religion in city of Nangloi Jat with approximately 10.25 % following it. In Nangloi Jat city, Christinity is followed by 0.14 %, Jainism by 0.26 %, Sikhism by 3.02 % and Buddhism by 3.02 %. Around 0.00 % stated ‘Other Religion’, approximately 0.15 % stated ‘No Particular Religion’.

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