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Indian states and territories ranking by sex ratio

Rank according to SRS Statistical Report 2012

This is a list of the States and Union territories of India ranked in order of total sex ratio for the three years 2010, 2011, and 2012, expressed as the number of women per thousand men.[1]

Rank State Women per 1000 men - 2012
1 Kerala 1084
2 Tamil Nadu 995
3 Chhattisgarh 979
4 Karnataka 950
5 Odisha 948
6 West Bengal 944
7 Himachal Pradesh 939
8 Assam 922
9 Madhya Pradesh 921
10 Andhra Pradesh 914
11 Jharkhand 918
12 Gujarat 909
12 Bihar 909
13 Maharashtra 896
14 Jammu and Kashmir 895
15 Rajasthan 893
16 Haryana 883
17 Uttar Pradesh 874
18 Punjab 863
19 Delhi 857
* Total average 908

Rank according to 2011 census

This is a list of the States and Union territories of India ranked in order of sex ratio for the years 2001 and 2011. Here, sex ratio is expressed as the number of women per thousand men in a given population at a given time. Data are per the Census of India 2001[2] and provisional census totals for 2011[3][4] results. As of 2011, Kerala has the highest sex ratio while Haryana has the lowest sex ratio among states and Daman & Diu has the lowest among all states and territories.

Rank State Sex Ratio 2011 Sex Ratio 2001 Sex Ratio Change 2001 to 2011
1 Kerala 1,084 1,058 +26
2 Puducherry (2011)
Pondicherry (2001)
1,038 1,001 +37
3 Tamil Nadu 995 986 +9
4 Andhra Pradesh 992 978 +14
5 Chhattisgarh 991 990 +1
6 Manipur 987 978 +9
7 Meghalaya 986 975 +11
8 Odisha (2011)
Orissa (2001)
978 972 +6
9 Mizoram 975 938 +37
10 Himachal Pradesh 974 970 +4
11 Karnataka 968 964 +4
12 Goa 968 960 +8
13 Uttarakhand (2011)
Uttaranchal (2001)
963 964 -1
14 Tripura 961 950 +11
15 Assam 954 932 +22
16 Lakshadweep 946 947 -1
17 Jharkhand 947 941 +6
18 West Bengal 947 934 +13
19 Nagaland 931 909 +22
20 Madhya Pradesh 930 920 +10
21 Rajasthan 926 922 +4
22 Maharashtra 925 922 +3
23 Arunachal Pradesh 920 901 +19
24 Gujarat 918 921 -3
25 Haryana 916 921 -5
26 Uttar Pradesh 908 898 +10
27 Punjab 893 874 +19
28 Sikkim 889 875 +14
29 Jammu & Kashmir 883 900 -17
30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 878 846 +32
31 Bihar 877 861 +16
32 Delhi 866 821 +45
33 Chandigarh 818 773 +45
34 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 775 811 -36
35 Daman & Diu 618 709 -91
* Total average 943 933 +10

Child Sex Ratio according to 2011 census

The table below lists the child sex ratio among Indian states according to the 2011 Census.[5]
Rank State Sex Ratio 2011 Sex Ratio 2001 Sex Ratio Change 2001 to 2015
1 Kerala 964 960 +4
2 Puducherry (2011)
Pondicherry (2001)
967 967 0
3 Tamil Nadu 943 942 +1
4 Andhra Pradesh 939 961 -22
5 Chhattisgarh 969 975 -6
6 Manipur 936 957 -21
7 Meghalaya 970 973 -3
8 Odisha (2011)
Orissa (2001)
941 953 -12
9 Mizoram 970 964 +6
10 Himachal Pradesh 909 896 +13
11 Karnataka 948 946 +2
12 Goa 942 938 +4
13 Uttarakhand (2011)
Uttaranchal (2001)
890 908 -18
14 Tripura 957 966 -9
15 Assam 962 965 -3
16 Lakshadweep 911 959 +48
17 Jharkhand 948 965 -17
18 West Bengal 956 960 -4
19 Nagaland 943 964 -21
20 Madhya Pradesh 918 932 -14
21 Rajasthan 888 909 -21
22 Maharashtra 894 913 -19
23 Arunachal Pradesh 972 964 +8
24 Gujarat 890 883 +7
25 Bihar 935 942 -7
26 Uttar Pradesh 902 916 -14
27 Punjab 846 798 +48
28 Sikkim 957 963 -6
29 Jammu & Kashmir 862 941 -79
30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 968 957 +11
31 Haryana 834 819 +15
32 Delhi 871 868 +3
33 Chandigarh 880 845 +35
34 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 926 979 -53
35 Daman & Diu 904 926 -22
* Total average 919 927 -8

RATIO AT BIRTH IS GIVEN AT STATEMENT NO. 16 OF THE FIRST REFERENCE

Sex ratio (female per 1000 male) at birth by residence,

India and bigger States, 2010-2012

India and bigger States

Total India 908

Andhra Pradesh 914

Assam 922

Bihar 909

Chhattisgarh 979

Delhi 884

Gujarat 909

Haryana 857

Himachal Pradesh 939

Jammu & Kashmir 895

Jharkhand 918

Karnataka 950

Kerala 966

Madhya Pradesh 921

Maharashtra 896

Odisha 948

Punjab 863

Rajasthan 893

Tamil Nadu 928

Uttar Pradesh 874

West Bengal 944

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