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Gender wise literacy gap

As part of the series on Profiles of 25 most populated UAs/Cities, given below are the value of Gender Gap in Literacy Rates (i.e., Difference of Male Literacy Rate and Female Literacy rate expressed in terms of percentage points) in these UAs/Cities arranged in ascending order of Gender Gap in Literacy Rates as per Census 2011 (Provisional):

-5.90 percentage points - Ghaziabad UA
2.59 percentage points - Thrissur UA
2.68 percentage points - Kochi UA
3.84 percentage points - Kanpur UA
4.08 percentage points - Kozhikode UA
4.12 percentage points - Malappuram UA
5.40 percentage points - Kolkata UA
6.18 percentage points - Nagpur UA
6.40 percentage points - Bangalore UA
6.49 percentage points - Chennai UA
6.60 percentage points - Lucknow UA
6.63 percentage points - Hyderabad UA
6.66 percentage points - Greater Mumbai UA
6.99 percentage points - Vadodara UA
7.28 percentage points - Patna UA
7.56 percentage points - Pune UA
7.87 percentage points - Coimbatore UA
8.32 percentage points - Bhopal UA
8.70 percentage points - Surat UA
9.49 percentage points - Ahmadabad UA
9.77 percentage points - Indore UA
9.93 percentage points - Agra UA
9.94 percentage points - Delhi UA
10.84 percentage points - GVMC (MC)
13.20 percentage points - Jaipur (M Corp.).

Similar information for all the 53 Million Plus UAs/Cities in the country will be posted next week.


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