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Population of karnataka - class-IX

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In Karnataka _____ of population lives in rural areas.

  1. 38.6%

  2. 45.5%

  3. 58%

  4. 61.4%


Correct Option: D

The percentage of children below 15 years of age in Karnataka is _____.

  1. 29.7%

  2. 69%

  3. 15%

  4. 6%


Correct Option: A

Kodagu district has the lowest density of population with _____ persons per sq. km.

  1. 125

  2. 135

  3. 145

  4. 155


Correct Option: B

During 2001-2011, Karnataka's population growth rate was _____.

  1. 17.64%

  2. 15.67%

  3. 14.39%

  4. 14.21%


Correct Option: B

According to 2011 population, the density of population in Karnataka was _____.

  1. 275 people per sq km

  2. 319 people per sq km

  3. 382 people per sq km

  4. None of these


Correct Option: B

The population density of Bengaluru Urban district is _____.

  1. 4378 persons per sq km

  2. 4278 persons per sq km

  3. 4478 persons per sq km

  4. 4578 persons per sq km


Correct Option: A


____________ is the most populous district of Karnataka.

  1. Kodagu

  2. Bengaluru Urban

  3. Mysuru

  4. Dakshina Kannada


Correct Option: B

The Bengaluru Urban district is in the first position with the largest population and the ___________ district occupies the last position with lowest population.

  1. Bidar

  2. Kodagu

  3. Chikkaballapur

  4. Udupi


Correct Option: B
Explanation:

The Bengaluru Urban district is on the first position with the largest population and the Kodagu district occupies the last position with lowest population. Kodagu (also known by its former name Coorg) is an administrative district in Karnataka, India. Before 1956, it was an administratively separate Coorg State, at which point it was merged into an enlarged Mysore State. It occupies an area of 4,102 square kilometres (1,584 sq mi) in the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka. In 2001 its population was 548,561, 13.74% of which resided in the district's urban centres, making it the least populous of the 30 districts in Karnataka.

Which one of the following is not a reason for the lower population growth rate in Karnataka in comparison to the national growth rate?

  1. Success of the family welfare programme

  2. Birth control

  3. Literacy programmes

  4. Migration to other states


Correct Option: D

The district with highest population density is _______.

  1. Dakshina Kannada

  2. Udupi

  3. Mysuru

  4. Bengaluru Urban


Correct Option: D
Explanation:
Bangalore Urban
Karnataka which ranked 20th in 2001, has moved up to 19th place in 2011 census. West Bengal tops the list with 1,029 people per sq km, followed by Kerala (859) and Uttar Pradesh (828). Among districts, Bangalore Urban with 4,378 persons per sq km is the most densely populated and ranks first in the State.

The State that has least sex ratio is __________.

  1. Kerala

  2. Tamil Nadu

  3. Himachal Pradesh

  4. Maharashtra


Correct Option: A

The percentage of children below 15 years of age in Karnataka is ____________.

  1. 29.7%

  2. 60%

  3. 15%

  4. 6%


Correct Option: A


The population of Bangalore in 2011 was __________

  1. 85,98,499

  2. 84,43,675

  3. 84,88,933

  4. 84,88,499


Correct Option: B

In Karnataka, the highest sex ratio is in _________ district.

  1. Bengaluru

  2. Mysurur

  3. Udupi

  4. Kodagu


Correct Option: C
Explanation:

In Karnataka, the highest sex ratio is in Udupi district.
Udupi has a sex ratio of 1093 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 86.29%.

In Karnataka _________ of population lives in rural areas.

  1. 38.6%

  2. 45.5%

  3. 58%

  4. 61.33%


Correct Option: D
Explanation:

In Karnataka $61.33$% of population lives in rural areas.
Of the 6.10 crore persons enumerated in the State, 3.74 crore reside in the rural areas and 2.36 crore in urban areas. In terms of percentage, 61.33 per cent are rural residents and 38.67 per cent are urban residents.

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The percentage of population above 60 years of age in Karnataka is ___________

  1. 5.5%

  2. 4.5%

  3. 6%

  4. 6.5%


Correct Option: A

Why the growth rate of Karnataka's population is low?

  1. Birth control

  2. Literacy programmes

  3. Family planning programmes

  4. All the above


Correct Option: D

_____ district has the highest literacy rate in Karnataka.

  1. Bengaluru Urban

  2. Dakshina Kannada

  3. Kodagu

  4. Udupi


Correct Option: B
Explanation:

  • Dakshina Kannada recorded the highest literacy rate of 88.62% and Yadgir the lowest rate of 52.36%.

The average gender ratio of Karnataka in 2011 census was _____.

  1. 965

  2. 973

  3. 971

  4. 974


Correct Option: B
Explanation:

Karnataka has a sex ratio of 973 females to 1000 males. The state witnessed 15.7 percent decadal growth in population from 2001 to 2011. The literacy rate of the state is 75.4 percent, which is better than the overall literacy rate of India at 74.04 percent.

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About __________ percent of the population of Karnataka lives in villages.

  1. 60.4

  2. 61.4

  3. 16.4

  4. 62.6


Correct Option: B

Which district of Karnataka has the highest density of population?

  1. Bengaluru Rural

  2. Bengaluru Urban

  3. Mysuru

  4. Udupi


Correct Option: B

In terms of size of population, Karnataka is on the _____ position among the Indian states.

  1. Ninth

  2. Seventh

  3. Fifth

  4. Fourth


Correct Option: A

In Karnataka, the highest female sex ratio is in _____ district.

  1. Bengaluru

  2. Mysuru

  3. Udupi

  4. Kodagu


Correct Option: C

The working population of Karnataka is _____.

  1. 55.9%

  2. 69.15%

  3. 60.9%

  4. 67.3%


Correct Option: C
Explanation:

The working population of Karnataka is $61$%.
The majority of the population, nearly 61% (about 4 crore) live in Karnataka rural part and 39% (about 2 crore) population live in the Karnataka urban part. Rural population density of Karnataka state is 202 and urban population density is 3933 persons per km.

According to the 2011 census, the population of Karnataka is ______.

  1. 3,105,7742

  2. 5,285,0562

  3. 61,095,297

  4. 6,905,0657


Correct Option: C
Explanation:
$61,095,297$
Karnataka Population 2011
As per details from Census 2011, Karnataka has population of 6.11 Crores, an increase from figure of 5.29 Crore in 2001 census. Total population of Karnataka as per 2011 census is 61,095,297 of which male and female are 30,966,657 and 30,128,640 respectively.

According to 2011 census, the total rural population of Karnataka was _____.

  1. 2.85 crore

  2. 3.10 crore

  3. 3.75 crore

  4. 4.05 crore


Correct Option: C
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