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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. The data provides details of State Code, District Code, Area Name, Age-group, Marital status like Never married, Married, Widowed, Divorced/Separated and Unspecified marital status.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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Data provides the population for each Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe by sex and residence. The data have been given for individual caste as per the notified list of SCs and STs of each State and UT valid within the jurisdiction of that State/UT. These data in appendix table have been presented by sex (male/female) and residence (rural/urban) at State and District level separately.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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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. Work is defined as participation in any economically productive activity with or without compensation, wages or profit. Such participation may be physical and/or mental in nature. Work involves not only actual work but also includes effective supervision and direction of work. It even includes part time help or unpaid work on farm, family enterprise or in any other economic activity. All persons engaged in work as defined above are workers. Persons who are engaged in cultivation or milk production even solely for domestic consumption are also treated as workers. Reference period for determining a person as worker and non-worker is one year preceding the date of enumeration.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on female headed households by , Houselisting, Housing Census, Census, of the census houses occupied. Permanent House: Houses with wall and roof made of permanent materials. Wall can be G.I., Stone packed with Mortar, Hand-made tiles, Machine made tiles, Stone not packed with Mortar, Metal, Asbestos sheets, Burn bricks, Stone or Concrete. Roof can be made of tiles, Slate, G.I., Metal, Asbestos sheets, Brick, Stone or Concrete. Temporary house: Houses with wall and roof made of temporary material. Wall can be made of Grass, Thatch, Bamboo etc., Plastic, Polythene, Mud, Unburnt brick or Wood. Roof can be made of Grass, Thatch, Bamboo, Wood, Mud, Plastic or Polythene. Semi-Permament house: Either wall or roof is made of permanent material and other is made of temporary material. Serviceable temporary: Wall is made of Mud, Un-burnt brick or Wood. Non-serviceable house: Wall is made of Grass, Thatch, Bamboo etc., Plastic or Polythene temporary.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
Source: data.gov.in
The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on female headed households availing banking services and number of households having each of the specified assets.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on female headed households by availability of type of latrine facility.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
Source: data.gov.in
The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on female headed households by availability of separate kitchen and type of fuel used for cooking.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
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The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on availability of bathing facility and type of drainage connectivity for waste water outlet.
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Home, Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India
Source: data.gov.in
The female head of household for census purposes is a person who is recognised as such by the household. She is generally the person who bears the chief responsibility for managing the affairs of the household and takes decision on behalf of the household. The head of household need not necessarily be the oldest male member or an earning member, but may be a female or a younger member of either sex. In case of an absentee de jure Head who is not eligible to be enumerated in the household, the person on whom the responsibility of managing the affairs of household rests was to be regarded as the head irrespective whether the person is male or female. Data available on source and location of drinking water and availability of electricity and latrine.
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