eBook | Demographic Status of Scheduled Tribe Population of India (Census figures 2011): Government of India

  • Table 1.1 State wise Scheduled Tribe population and decadal change by residence : 2011 (TOTAL) – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.2 All India Population and Total ST Population – Male&Female (Census 2011) – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.3 All India Population and Total ST Population  – Male&Female …Rural (Census 2011) – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.4 All India Population and Total ST Population –
    Male&Female …Urban (Census 2011) – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.5. State wise Scheduled Tribe population by sex and residence : Census 2011 – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.6 State wise Sex Ratio among Scheduled Tribes by residence : 2001 – 2011 – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.7 State wise Percentage of Scheduled Tribes to total population : 2001-2011 – see PDF for details
  • Table 1.8 Scheduled Tribe population and decadal change by residence: PERSONS – see PDF for details
  • State wise no. of district where the ST population is more than 50% and between 25% to 50 percent as per Census 2011 – see PDF for details
  • List of districts where the ST population is more than 50% – see PDF for details
  • List of districts where the ST population is between 25% to 50% – see PDF for details
  • Population of Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PTGs)in India from 1961 to 2001 (Figures in actual) – see PDF for details

Tribes with more than 5 Lakh [o,5 million] of Population as per census 2001

  • Bhil [~12,7 million]
  • Gond [~10,8 million]
  • Santal [~5,8 million]
  • Mina [~3.8 million]
  • Naikda etc. [~3,3 million]
  • Oraon [~3,1 million]
  • Sugalis [~2,1 million]
  • Munda [~1,9 million]
  • Naga etc. [~1,8 million]
  • Khond [~1,4 million]
  • Boro etc. [~1,3 million]
  • Koli Mahadev [1,2~ million]
  • Khasi etc. [~1,1 million]
  • Warli [~1,1 million]
  • Ho [~0,8 million]
  • Gujjar [~0,7 million]
  • Korku [~0,7 million]
  • Bhumji [~0,7 million]
  • Garo [~0,7 million]
  • Koya [~0,7 million]
  • Mizo [~0,7 million]
  • Rathwa [~0,5 million]
  • Saharia [~0,5 million]

Source: “Demographic Status of Scheduled Tribe Population of India”, Government of India, file: 201306110208002203443DemographicStatusofScheduledTribePopulationofIndia.pdf
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