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Analysis of Sex Ratio in Punjab India (Census 2011) – A Demographic Study

Author Affiliations

  • 1Dept. of Statistics, Osmania University, Hyderabad-500007, AP, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 3, Issue (ISC-2013), Pages 12-19, (2014)

Abstract

The study on the sex ratio of overall population and of children in 0-6 age group for different districts in Punjab concentrates on the following: i. Is there any likely relationship between overall male population and overall female population with respect to rural and urban areas (in particular, are there any significant patterns?). ii. Is there any significant difference between overall male 0-6 population, overall female 0-6 population with respect to rural and urban areas. iii. Is there any significant difference between the proportion of female population and female 0-6 population with respect to all districts (in particular, are there any significant patterns?). iv. Is there any significant difference among the districts with respect to overall male and overall female population (in particular, are there any significant patterns?). v. Is there any significant difference among the districts with respect to overall male 0-6 and overall female 0-6 population (in particular, are there any significant patterns?). vi. Also a scientific arrangement of the district wise path is evaluated by lexisearch method for the first time for demographic data.

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