Sex, Dependency & Women-Child Ratio Chart of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Kathmandu District (2011 Census)

The pie-charts for male-female population, child and elderly dependency, and women-child ratios of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Kathmandu District is based on 2011 population census conducted by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) Nepal. As of 2011, Kathmandu Metropolitan City had total population of 975,453 with male 511,841 (52.47%) and female 463,612 (47.53%). Total independent population (male and female between 15 to 65 years of age) were 717,098 (73.51%) while dependent children (below 15 years of age) were 218,083 (22.36%) and elderls (65 years and above) were 40,272 (4.13%). As illustrated in the Chart, total dependent population includes both the children and elderly people who were 258,355 (26.49%). With respect to women and children ratio, total women between age of 15 to 49 years (statistically considered as women of child bearing age) were total 299,891 while children below 5 years of age were 59,910, which is equivalent to 200 children per 1,000 women. This women-child ratio is also considered as fertility ratio when specific fertility related data is not available.

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(Chart Creator/Analyst: Milan Karki | Copyright: 2020 NepalArchives.Com | Date Created: January 2, 2020 | Data Source: CBS Nepal)

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