Which stream is dominated by male migrants in India?
Males in India predominate the rural to urban stream of migration due to economic reasons.
The highest number of tribes is found in
There is no Scheduled caste population in:
The correct option is B.
In Nagaland, Lakshadweep, and A & N Islands, no Scheduled Caste is notified. Total population of Scheduled Tribes is 84,326,240 as per the Census 2001 which accounts for 8.2% of the total population of the country.
Migration out of the country and into the country from the other countries is called
Migration out of the country and into the country from the other countries is called international migration. Migration within the country is called internal migration.
Which is the main reason for the male migration in India:?
Male migration in India is due to work and employment whereas the female population migrates mainly because of marriage.
Which of the following states do not have tribal population more than three-fourth of the state population?
In Assam, the tribal population is less than three-fourth of the state population.
The state in India which has the highest concentration of Buddhists and Jains is
The largest concentration of Buddhism is in Maharashtra (58.3%), where (73.4%) of the total Buddhists in India reside. The percentage of Jain population to the total population is maximum in Maharashtra (1.3%), Rajasthan (1.2%), Delhi (1.1%) and Gujarat (1.0%).
Which is the state with the largest concentration of Christians in India?
Chistians are mostly concentrated inrural areas of Kerala, Goa and in the hills of Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur and Chotanagpur area.
After Hinduism, which religion in India has the maximum followers?
The religious groups of India include Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Zoroastrians, tribal and other indigenous faiths and beliefs. After Hinduism, Islam has the maximum followers in India.
The second most commonly spoken language in India is:
Bengali is the second most commonly spoken language after Hindi.