Demography of HapurThe population of Hapur was 211,983 according to the 2001 census. It has grown to 11,29,420 as per the 2011 census. The culture of Hapur is a unique blend of traditional and cosmopolitan qualities and is popular for many ancient temples. To check the population growth of Delhi, Hapur was developed and today Hapur is the home town for people from various regions.
Demographic Profile of Hapur
People from Western Uttar Pradesh and Delhi form the majority of population of Hapur. However, people from various religions like Jainism, Christians and Muslims have settled in Hapur. The literacy rate of Hapur is 75.34 percent. The male literacy rate is 82.08 percent and female literacy rate is 67.72 percent.
Density Growth in Hapur Population
A considerable growth in the population density has been observed in Hapur in the past few years. The main reason of increased population growth was to prevent the uncontrollable and unplanned growth in Delhi as well as the adjoining areas. Another major reason for increased population growth was to provide proper assistance for a better and well planned growth and stop unprecedented growth in the population of Delhi.
Literacy Rate of Hapur
Hapur plays an important role in education. It has emerged as an upcoming place for higher education. The literacy rate of Hapur is 75.34 percent. The male literacy rate is 82.08 percent and female literacy rate is 67.72 percent. The total number of literates is 170,325, out of which the male are 98,394 and females are 71,931.
Sex Ratio of Hapur
The sex ratio too has improved since the last census that was recorded in the year 2001. According to the 2011 census, the number of females is 881 per 1000 males. The ratio of girls is 852 per 1000 boys.
Child Population in Hapur as per 2011 Census
The child population has always been a vital part of the census study and during the 2011 census, a lot of importance was given to the child population. The number of children between the age group of 0-6 years was 36,714 according to the census India report in 2011. There were 19,822 boys and 16,892 girls. The child forms about 13.97 % of total population of Hapur city.
The figure during the survey conducted in 2001 census was 591,301. The population of boys and girls in 2011 census findings was 272,268 and 237,656 respectively.
Not much change in child sex ratio was observed in the findings of the two census studies carried out in 2001 and 2011. While the number of girls per 1000 boys was 873 in 2011, the same was 869 per 1000 boys in 2001.