Indian states ranking by households having electricity

This is a list of the states and union territories of India ranked in order of percentage of households having electricity as the source of lighting. This information is based on 2011 and 2001 data as published by 2011 census of India. In default display, the ranking is based on 2011 census data.[1]

Rank State Percentage of households using electricity as their primary source of lighting (%) (Census 2011) Percentage of households using electricity as their primary source of lighting (%) (Census 2001)
1 Lakshadweep 99.7 99.7
2 Delhi 99.1 92.9
3 Daman and Diu 99.1 97.8
4 Chandigarh 98.4 96.8
5 Puducherry 97.7 87.8
6 Goa 96.9 93.6
7 Himachal Pradesh 96.8 94.8
8 Punjab 96.6 91.9
9 Kerala 94.4 70.2
10 Tamil Nadu 93.4 78.2
11 Sikkim 92.5 77.8
12 Andhra Pradesh 92.2 67.2
13 Karnataka 90.6 78.5
14 Haryana 90.5 82.9
15 Gujarat 90.4 80.4
16 Uttarakhand 87.0 60.3
17 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 86.1 76.8
18 Dadra and Nagar Haveli 85.2 86.0
19 Jammu and Kashmir 85.1 80.6
20 Mizoram 84.2 69.6
21 Maharashtra 83.9 77.5
22 Nagaland 81.6 63.6
23 Chhattisgarh 75.3 53.1
24 Tripura 68.4 41.8
25 Manipur 68.3 60.0
** Whole INDIA 67.2 55.8
26 Madhya Pradesh 67.1 70.0
27 Rajasthan 67.0 54.7
28 Arunachal Pradesh 65.7 54.7
29 Meghalaya 60.9 42.7
30 West Bengal 54.5 37.5
31 Jharkhand 45.8 24.3
32 Odisha 43.0 26.9
33 Assam 37.0 24.9
34 Uttar Pradesh 36.8 31.9
35 Bihar 16.4 10.3

References

  1. ^ "Source of Lighting" (PDF).  

External links

  • NFHS site
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