District Demographic Profile

Basic Indicators Child Heath & Nutrition Maternal Health
Education Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Child & Woman Protection
Block at a Glance Flora and Fauna River System
Census Data-2011new Census Data-Block Mines and Minerals

Giridih District ..

Giridih district ranks third in terms of total population in the state and fourth in regard to decadal population growth rate(2001-11) among the twenty-four districts. With a sex ratio of 944, it ranks seventh in the state. The district comprises of thirtee blocks, manely, Gawan, Tisri, Deori, Dhanwar, Jamua, bengabad, Gandey, Giridih, Birni, Bagdar, Sariya, Dumri and Pirtand. As per Census 2011, the district has 2558 villages and 5 towns dustrubuted in four assembly constituencies. Census 2011 figures indicated that the percentage share of scheduled caste population to total population was 13.31 percent while that of sheduled tribes was 9.74 percent. ased on the number of total rural households in Census 2011 and BPL Revision Survey of 2010-11 the percentage of BPL households in rural area ia 63.77 percent.

Basic Indicators

Sl.
Basic Indicators
Giridih
Jharkhand
Source
Year
1
Population
2445474
32988134
Census of India
2011
2
Male
1258098
16930315
Census of India
2011
3
Female
1187376
16057819
Census of India
2011
4
Rural
2237450
25055073
Census of India
2011
5
Urban
208024
7933061
Census of India
2011
6
SC Population
325493
3985644
Census of India
2011
7
SC Population Male
166447
2043458
Census of India
2011
8
SC Population Female
159046
1942186
Census of India
2011
9
ST Population
238188
8645042
Census of India
2011
10
ST Population Male
120646
4315407
Census of India
2011
11
ST Population Female
117542
4329635
Census of India
2011
12
Population Growth rate, 2001-11(%)
28.33
22.34
Census of India
2011
13
Child Population(0-6Years)
460251
5389495
Census of India
2011
14
Child Population(0-6Years) to total Population(%)
18.82
16.33
Census of India
2011
15
Sex Ratio(females per 1000males)
944
949
Census of India
2011
16
Sex Ratio at Birth, Total
994
930
AHS
2012-13
17
Sex Ratio at Birth, Rural
984
943
AHS
2012-13
18
Sex Ratio at Birth, Urbon
1206
884
AHS
2012-13
19
Child Sex ratio(0-6 years;girls per 1000boys)
942
948
Census of India
2011
20
Gross Enrolment Ratio(Primary)
175.0
155.8
DISE
2010-11
21
Crude Birth Rate, Total(per 1000)
21.6
23.0
AHS
2012-13
22
Crude Birth Rate, Rural(per 1000)
21.8
24.3
AHS
2012-13
23
Crude Birth Rate, Urbon(per 1000)
18.5
19.4
AHS
2012-13
24
Crude Death Rate, Total(per 1000)
4.1
6.0
AHS
2012-13
25
Crude Death Rate, Rural(per 1000)
4.6
6.4
AHS
2012-13
26
Crude Death Rate, Urbon(per 1000)
3.6
5.7
AHS
2012-13
27
Total Fertility Rate
205
207
AHS
2012-13
28
Wealth Index-lowest(20%)
18.1
20.0
AHS
2010-11
29
Wealth Index-highest(20%)
9.4
20.0
AHS
2010-11
30
Wor Participation(15 Years and above)
38.1
45.7
AHS
2012-13

Child Health & Nutrition

Sl. Indicator Giridih Jharkhand  Source year
1 Infant mortaliy    Rate(per1000 total total 28 38 AHS 2012-13
total male 28 37 AHS 2012-14
total female 28 39 AHS 2012-15
Rual total 29 40 AHS 2012-16
Rual male 29 40 AHS 2012-17
Rual female 29 41 AHS 2012-18
Urban total   22 AHS 2012-19
Urban male   21 AHS 2012-20
Urban female   23 AHS 2012-21
2 Under Five mortality rate(per1000) total total 37 51 AHS 2012-22
total male 37 49 AHS 2012-23
total female 32 52 AHS 2012-24
Rural total 38 57 AHS 2012-25
Rural male 38 56 AHS 2012-26
Rural female 38 58 AHS 2012-27
Urban total   29 AHS 2012-28
Urban male   27 AHS 2012-29
Urban female   31 AHS 2012-30
2 Neo-Natal mortalityrate(per1000) total   18 23 AHS 2012-31
Rural   18 26 AHS 2012-32
Urban     14 AHS 2012-33
4 Post neo-NeatMortalityRate(per1000) total   9 13 AHS 2012-34
Rural   9 14 AHS 2012-35
urban     8 AHS 2012-36
5 Children breastfedwithin one hourof birth(%) total   36.6 51 AHS 2012-37
6 Children (aged6-35month)exclusively breastfed for at least six Rural   39.5 49 AHS 2012-38
7 Childern with birth weight-2500 garam(%) Urban   24.9 52 AHS 2012-39
8 Childern age12-23month reciving BGGvaccin(%)     86.7 51 AHS 2012-40
9 childernage 12-23month who have recived 3 doses of DPT Vaccines(%)     60.4 49 AHS 2012-41
10 children age 12-23 months reciving 3doses of polio(%)     61.8 52 AHS 2012-42
11 childern age 12-23 monght reciving measles vaccine(%)     66 51 AHS 2012-43
12 childern age 12-23 monght reciving Full immunization (%)     46.5 49 AHS 2012-44
13 childern age6-35 months who recivedat
leastone doseof vitamin A inlast 6 months(%) 
    40.7 52 AHS 2012-45
14 childern who did not receive any vaccination     9.4 51 AHS 2012-46
15 under nutririon among childern(0-5years)] median-2sD, UNDERWIGHT(%)     41   AHS 2012-47
16 Childernsuffering form diarrhoea who recived HAF/ORS/ORT(%)     70.2 78.7 AHS 2012-48

Maternal Health

SL Indicator Giridih Jharkhand source Year
1 Mothers who received  any ANC (%) 86.1 92.4 AHS 2012-13
2 Mothers who received 3 or more  ANC (%)  56.7 60.2 AHS 2012-13
3 Mothers who receved full  ANC (%)  8.3 13.6 AHS 2012-13
4 Mothers who recived ANC from  government source (%)  11.6 16.9 AHS 2012-13
5 Mothers who consumed IFA of 100 days or more (%)  11.3 16.9 AHS 2012-13
6 Mothers who received at least one TT injection (%)  85.4 91.8 AHS 2012-13
7 Institutional  delivery (%)  45.1 46.2 AHS 2012-13
8 safe delivery (%)  46.8 56.2 AHS 2012-13
9 Delivery  at home (%)  64.4 53.4 AHS 2012-13
10 delivery at home conducted by skilledd health personnel (%)  27 27.4 AHS 2012-13
11 Mothers who  received post-natal check -up within 48 hours of delivery (%)  69.4 68.4 AHS 2012-13
12 maternal  Mortality Ratio ( for uttari chotanagpur divison ) 182 245 AHS 2012-13

Education

SI. Indicator Giridih Jharkhand source Year
1 Literacy  Rate &7+years) (%) 63.1 66.8 Census of India 2011
2 Literacy Rate - Male (7+years)(%) 76.8 76.8 Census of India 2011
3 Literacy Rate- Female(7+years)(%) 48.7 55.4 Census of India 2011
4 Boys age 6-17 years currently attending school (%) 92.9 91.6 AHS 2012-13
5 Girls age 6-17 years currently attending school (%) 92 91.8 AHS 2012-13
6 % children (6-14 years)out of school  3.2 4.4 ASER 2011
7 % children (6-14 years) in private school  19.6 15.5 ASER 2011
8 % children (std I-II) who  can read letters . Words or more  70.4 66.1 ASER 2011
9 % children (std I-II) who can recognize numbers  (1-9) or more  68.7 68.3 ASER 2011
10 % childeren (std I-II) who  can read level  I(std I) text or more 47.1 44.8 ASER 2011
11 % childeren (std III-V)  who  can do subtraction  or more  40.4 36.2 ASER 2011

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

SI. Indicator Giridih Jharkhand source Year
1 Household having improved of drinking water (%)
Excluding Institutional Houselholds 
30.94 62.02 Census of India 2011
2 Scheduled CasteHousehold having improved source of
drinking water facility (%) Excluding institutional
Households
33.21 64.21 Census of India 2011
3 Scheduled Tribe Household having improved source of
drinking water facillity (%) Excluding Institutional
Households
30.42 54.71 Census of India 2011
4 Household having improved toilet facility (%) Cxcluding
Institutional Households
10.43 21.42 Census of India 2011
5 Scheduled CasteHousehold having improved toilet facility
(%) Excluding Institutional Househoids
40.18 12.09 Census of India 2011
6 Scheduled tribe Household having improved toilet facility
(%) Excluding Institutional Households
1.88 7.81 Census of India 2011

Child & Woman Protection

SI. Indicator Giridih Jharkhand source Year
1 Children whose births are registered (%) 43.5 62.1 AHS 2012-13
2 Marriages among females below legal age (18 years) (%) 17.6 11 AHS 2012-13
3 Currently married women aged 20-24 years married berore
legal age (18 years) (%)
62 45.2 AHS 2012-13
4 Children aged 5-14 years engaged in work (%) 8 2.5 AHS 2012-13
5 number of crimes committed against children,murder 2.6 1 SCRB 2012
6 number of crimes committed against children,rape   6 SCRB 2012
7 Total number of crimes against children   113 SCRB 2012
8 crime rate against children (%) rank on crime rate   0.92 SCRB 2012
9 Number of juveniles apprehended under IPC-cases reported
  253 SCRB 2012
10 Crime against women (Dowry & Withcraft deaths 32 342 SCRB 2012
11 Crime rate against women (%) rank on crime rate   29.16 SCRB 2012

HIV/AIDS

SI. Indicator Giridih Jharkhand source Year
1 Women who are aware of HIV/AIDS (%) 63.8 64.7 AHS 2012-13
2 women who are aware of TRI/STI (%) 88.1 69.4 AHS 2012-13

Block at a Glance

Indicator population  Male  Female Child
Population 
sex
Ratio
Child sex
Ratio
Literacy Rate
(7&above) (%)
Sub-District
Gawan 115962 59039 56923 22682 964 945 60.94
Tisri 95081 47423 47658 19292 1005 949 55.27
Deori  182527 94686 87841 33133 928 963 62.54
Dhanwar 267352 138380 128972 50403 932 946 65.44
Jamua 271563 139892 131671 51706 941 940 64.02
Bengabad 153198 79018 74180 30080 939 928 59.33
Gande 175087 90407 84680 37094 937 964 56.3
Giridih 372570 193311 179259 65235 927 933 70.12
Birni  169451 85970 83481 32912 971 953 61.47
Bagodar 158094 80722 77372 28182 958 925 64.43
Sariya  149068 76936 72132 27583 938 897 66.25
Dumri  226006 116397 109609 40281 942 938 63.55
Pirtand 109515 55917 53598 21668 959 967 52.6

District Census Report

Headquarter : GIRIDIH
As Per 2001 Census
As Per 2011 Census
Forest Area :
1,59,160.78 hect..
1,59,160.78 hect..
Total No. of House Hold:
.
3,96,521
Total Population
19,01,564
24,45,474
Total Male
9,58,904
12,58,098
Urban Population
1,21,943
2,08,024
Rural Population - Male
8,95,007
11,49,608
Urban Population - Male
63,897
1,08,490
Total SC Population***
2,73,055
3,25,493
SC Population - Rural
.
3,01,327
SC Population - Urban
.
24,166
Total Male Literacy
4,76,833
7,83,736
Rural Literates
5,97,514
11,13,513
Urbun Literates
81,539
1,39,962
Rural Literates - Male
4,30,233
7,05,100
Urban Literates - Male
46,600
78,636
Rural Male Literacy %
48.07%
63.32%
Urban Male Literacy %
72.93%
56.18%
Total Workers ('000)
6,46,024
10,36,277
Minerals
Mica, Coal
Mica, Coal
Rivers
Usri, Barakar
Usri, Barakar
Important Festival
Holi, Dashahra, Karma,Id fitra
Holi, Dashahra, Karma,Id fitra
Language
Khortha, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali.
Khortha, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali.
Total No. of CD Blocks
13
13
Population Growth Rate (Annual)
2.71
Total Area:
4,85,355.81 hect.
Net Sown Area:
85,440 hect..
Net Irrigation Area :
8,588 hect..
Total Literates
3,14,670
12,53,475
Total Female
9,42,660
11,87,376
Rural Population
17,79,621
22,37,450
Rural Population - Female
8,84,614
10,87,842
Urban Population - Female
58,046
99,534
Total ST Population***
1,78,723
2,38,188
ST Population - Rural
.
2,35,170
ST Population - Urban
.
3,018
Total Female Literacy
2,02,220
4,69,739
Rural Literates - Female
1,67,281
4,08,413
Urban Literates - Female
34,939
61,326
Rural Female Literacy %
18.91%
36.67%
Urban Female Literacy %
60.19%
43.81%
Main Workers
3,42,031
4,12,912
Marginal Workers
3,03,993
6,23,365
Total No. of  Revenue Villages
2763
Total No. of  Rev. Villages Inhabited
2552
Total No. of Panchayats
358
358
Total No. of Sub-Divisions
1
1
Sex Ratio
943
Density (Person per Sq KM)
497
Child Population (0-6 Years)
450527
Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Years)
934
Child Proportion toTotal Population
18.42


RIVER SYSTEM

The district is divided into two main water heads viz the Barakar and the Sakri rivers. The Barakar rivers drains major portion of the district ,enters the district near the Birni block and also flows through certain portions of the pirtand block. The Sakri river touches the areas of Deori and Gawan blocks. These are a number of small rivers also in the district,the most important among them being Usri.

MINES AND MINERALS

The District has been famous as the place of well known Ruby Mica and has several large coal fields which contain one of the best qualities of metallurgical coal in India. The extensive deposited of mica in this district are of importance not only to Jharkhand but to India and other countries also. It is mostly found near the block Tisri and Gawan. The massif of Parasnath Hill consists mainly of a pyroxene bearing garnetiferous quartzite with felspathic gneisses near the base.Stealite of soap stone are also found to the west of Parasnath.

FLORA AND FAUNA

The district conatins large portion of forest area which distributed almost uniformaly all over.Sal is the most famous and predominated species of trees in the jungles of the districts Among other common species are bamboo ,Khair , salai , mahua ,simul,kusum,asan ,kend ,piar and bhelwa.In parasnath hill and its adjouring area ,large no of medicinal plant were found.Many of them still exits in the Parasnath hill. Awala,Bhelwa and Hare - Bahera are found in huge quantity in the Parasnath hill. Leopards are most times seen in the jungle of district .Bears,jackals ,foxes,pigs hares, sambhar,spoted deer,hog deer etc are also found here.Sankes and lizards are quite common here.Diffrent varities of birds visit the district in the winter season only.