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Census of India 1951. West Bengal Sikkim and Chandernagore. Tables

1953

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The sunrise of the 1st March was the reference date for verification of this enumeration and three days from the 1st to the 3rd March were employed in verifying the record written up to the midnight of the 28th February. [...] The title page to Imperial Table I of 1901 says the difference between some of the areas here shown and those in the corresponding table of 1891 is due to inter-district transfers as explained on the title page of Table II except in the case of Chittagong for which district revised figures have been supplied by the Survey Department and of a few districts where the figures in the last Census Re [...] The figures of area adopted for police stations are those furnished by the Government of Bengal and used in estimating the area of districts for the purposes of Imperial Table I ; they exclude large rivers and arms of the sea Sallin within or forming the boundaries of administrative units ; and from the areas of police stations and sudiviOns but not of districts parts of reserved forests and [...] 61 GA dated 17.8.47 stating that P. S. Karimpur shall consist the following areas :- (a) Areas now included in Karimpur P. S. in the district of Nadia and (b) Areas now included in Daulatpur P. S. in the district of Nadia and lying to the west of the River Mathbhanga up to and including the middle line of the present main channel of the said river. [...] miles) 32 32 32 44.8 41.7 32.32 The increase in area of the Corporation from 1921 to 1931 was due to the inclusion of several large areas the fall between 1931 and 1941 due to the exclusion of Garden Reach with the exception of the King George's Dock Area the accessio of 15 acres between 1941 and 1951 due according to the Calcutta Corporation to improved survey.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Cover i-i A. Mitra

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Frontmatter i-iv A. Mitra

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Union Table A I—Area Houses and Population 1-10 A. Mitra

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State Table A I—Area Houses and Population 11-20 A. Mitra

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Union Table a II—Variation in Population During Fifty Years 21-26 A. Mitra

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Union Table a III—Towns and Villages Classified by Population 27-33 A. Mitra

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State Table a III—Towns and Villages Classified by Population 34-40 A. Mitra

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Union Table a IV—Towns Classified by Population with Variations Since 1901 41-62 A. Mitra

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Union Table a V—Towns Arranged Territorially with Population by Livelihood Classes 63-70 A. Mitra

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Union Table E—Summary of Livelihood Classes and Variation in Population 71-77 A. Mitra

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State Table E—Summary of Livelihood Classes and Variation in Population 78-120 A. Mitra

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Union Table B I Livelihood Classes and Subclasses of the Population 121-130 A. Mitra

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Union Table B II Secondary Means of Livelihood of Selfsupporting Persons and Earning Dependants 131-160 A. Mitra

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Union Table B III Selfsupporting Persons Classified as Employers Employees and Independent Workers in Industries and Services by Divisions and Subdivisions 161-264 A. Mitra

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Union Table B III—Abstract of Persons Subsisting on Non-Productive Activity 265-265 A. Mitra

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State Table B III—Livelihood Divisions Subdivisions and Groups 266-290 A. Mitra

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Union Table C II—Livelihood Classes by Age Groups for Sample Population 291-316 A. Mitra

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Union Table D VII—Livelihood Classes by Educational Standards 317-334 A. Mitra

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Union Table C III—Age and Civil Condition for Sample Population 335-348 A. Mitra

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Union Table C IV—Age and Literacy for Sample Population 349-362 A. Mitra

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Union Table C V—Single Year Age Returns for Sample Population 363-396 A. Mitra

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Union Table C I—Household (Size and Composition) 397-402 A. Mitra

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Union Table D I—Languages 403-444 A. Mitra

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Union Table D II—Religion 445-448 A. Mitra

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Union Table D III—Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Abstract of Anglo-Indians 449-452 A. Mitra

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Union Table D IV—Birthplace 453-494 A. Mitra

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Union Table D V—Displaced Persons from Pakistan 495-502 A. Mitra

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Union Table D VI—Non-Indian Nationals 503-508 A. Mitra

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Union Table D VII—Supplement—Foreign Educational Qualifications 509-530 A. Mitra

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Glossary of Vernacular and Peculiar Terms 531-534 A. Mitra

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Acknowledgements 535-535 A. Mitra

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Backmatter i-ii A. Mitra

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government politics public policy

Pages
546
SARF Document ID
sarf.100010