Census showing the State table of India for MySQL

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Hi Guys,

I and my team of IT students are in middle of creating a social networking site as partial fulfillment of our thesis (Project Design)  which  will be made available in India. We created a database and will be able to finish it anytime soon. 

However, we are also in the process of creating our thesis book for the said project. As part of our Review of Related Literature/Study we would like to know the census showing the state table of India for MySQL. Your idea about this will help us a lot in the completion of our study.

Thanks,

Kerry C.

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Census showing the State table of India for MySQL

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Literacy of a country is the key term to socioeconomic progress. India is a large country with huge population. As India statistics report, the literacy rate has increased in last 10 yeas. 
In the decade the statistics show,
The rate of literacy has increased from 64.83% to 74.o4%,
Male literacy-82.14%
Female literacy- 65.46%

Number of literates:
Total- 778,454,120
Male- 444,203762
Female- 334,250,358

Details of literacy rate in the Indian States and Territories as per census data 2011 has given below in the image. 

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Census showing the State table of India for MySQL

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Hi,

If you need to get statistical data for India I would suggest you try the following sites :

http://censusindia.gov.in/2011-common/censusdataonline.html

This site will provide you information in table format for most of the demographic information you might require. 

I would personally suggest also another source of information besides census where you can get good information about India.

You can even use online queries to get different information based on your needs. It is convenient and easier to use. 

Unfortunately I can not export it locally, but you can go to this Website in order to perform the online statistical queries.

Cheers,

Frazier

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