Central District Polpulation

Central is an Indian District, in the state of NCT of Delhi state with a total population of 582320. There are 119639 houses in the District.

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District name: Central
Total population: 582320
House Holds: 119639

Central Population by Sex

There are total of 307821 male persons and 274499 females and a total number of children below 6 years in Central.
The percentage of male population is 52.86%
The percentage of female population is 47.14%

Males: 307821.
Females: 274499.

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Central Talukas list

The following list shows all the taluks or tehesils in Central District.

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