Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh has total population of 35,320 as per the Census 2011. Out of which 18,699 are males while 16,621 are females. In 2011 there were total 7,324 families residing in Upper Siang district. The Average Sex Ratio of Upper Siang district is 889.
As per Census 2011 out of total population, 18.5% people lives in Urban areas while 81.5% lives in the Rural areas. The average literacy rate in urban areas is 79.2% while that in the rural areas is 55.6%. Also the Sex Ratio of Urban areas in Upper Siang district is 944 while that of Rural areas is 877.
The population of Children of age 0-6 years in Upper Siang district is 4988 which is 14% of the total population. There are 2563 male children and 2425 female children between the age 0-6 years. Thus as per the Census 2011 the Child Sex Ratio of Upper Siang is 946 which is greater than Average Sex Ratio (889) of Upper Siang district.
The total literacy rate of Upper Siang district is 59.99%. The male literacy rate is 57.35% and the female literacy rate is 44.96% in Upper Siang district.
To facilitate the administration, Upper Siang district is further divided into 11 Circles (Taluka/Tehsil/Tahsil) which are administrative divisions denoting sub-districts. Circles consists of multiple villages and a few towns.
As per the Population Census 2011 data, following are some quick facts about Upper Siang district.
|Children (Age 0-6)||4,988||2,563||2,425|
Schedule Caste (SC) constitutes 0% while Schedule Tribe (ST) were 80.6% of total population in Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh.
|No Religion Specified||427||(1.21%)||221||206|
The total literacy rate of Upper Siang district was 59.99% in 2011 which is less than average literacy rate 65.38% of Arunachal Pradesh. Population-wise, out of total 18,195 literates, males were 10,723 while females were 7,472. Also the male literacy rate was 66.45% and the female literacy rate was 52.63% in Upper Siang district.
|Upper Siang district||Arunachal Pradesh|
The Sex Ratio of Upper Siang district is 889 . Thus for every 1000 men there were 889 females in Upper Siang district. Also as per Census 2011, the Child Sex Ration was 946 which is greater than Average Sex Ratio ( 889 ) of Upper Siang district.
The total area of Upper Siang district is 6,590 km2. Thus the density of Upper Siang district is 5 people per square kilometer. As per the initial provisional data of Census 2011, around 0 sq. km. area is under urban region while 0 sq. km. is under rural region.
As per the Census 2011 out of total population of Upper Siang, 18.52% people lived in urban regions while 81.48% in rural areas. The total figure of population of urban population was 6,540 out of which 3,364 were males while remaining 3,176 were females. In rural areas of Upper Siang, male population was 15,335 while female population was 13,445.
The average sex ratio in urban regions of Upper Siang was 944 females per 1000 males. Also the Child (0-6 age) sex ration of urban areas in Upper Siang was 928 girls per 1000 boys. Thus the total children (0-6 age) living in urban areas of Upper Siang were 885 which is 13.53% of total urban population. Similarly the average sex ratio in rural areas of Upper Siang was 877 females per 1000 males. The Child sex ratio of rural areas in Upper Siang was 950 girls per 1000 boys.
The average literacy rate in Upper Siang for urban regions was 79.17 percent in which males were 84.1% literate while female literacy stood at 73.96%. The total literate population of Upper Siang was 18,195. Similarly in rural areas of Upper Siang, the average literacy rate was 55.59 percent. Out of which literacy rate of males and females stood at 62.58% and 47.51% respectively. Total literates in rural areas of Upper Siang were 13,718.
|Child sex ratio (0-6 age)||950||928|
According to Census 2011, there were 4,988 children between age 0 to 6 years in Upper Siang district. Out of which 2,563 were male while 2,425 were female.
In Upper Siang district out of total population, 17,644 were engaged in work activities. 82.3% of workers describe their work as Main Work (Employment or Earning more than 6 Months) while 17.7% were involved in Marginal activity providing livelihood for less than 6 months. Of 17,644 workers engaged in Main Work, 8,190 were cultivators (owner or co-owner) while 611 were Agricultural labourer.