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Friday, January 25, 2013

SEX RATIO IN TAMIL NADU.


The sex ratio represents the number of females for every 1000 males. The sex ratio for Tamil Nadu has increased from 987 in 2001 to 995 in 2011. The sex ratio for India is 940 in 2011 as against 933 in 2001.

Of the 32 districts in the State, 15 districts have returned a sex ratio of more than 1000 and a similar trend was noticed in 2001 Census also. Only one district namely Sivaganga has returned exactly the sex ratio of 1000 it is significant to note that among 12 districts sex ratio is ranging from 980 – 1000.


The highest sex ratio has been returned in “The Nilgiris” (1041) followed by Thanjavur district (1031). The lowest sex ratio was now reported in Dharmapuri district 946 but it was improved by 14 points compared to 2001 Census. Salem district has the second lowest sex ratio of 954. However, it is significant to note that the Salem district was reported as lowest sex ratio (929) in 2001 has improved to 954 in 2011.


It is noticed that sex ratio of Ramanathapuram district ranked as 4th in 2001 (1036) has now stood in 29th rank (977) and the sex ratio of Sivaganga ranked as 3 (1038) in 2001 Census has now gone to 16th position (1000).



Decennial Growth Rate of Population in tamil nadu.


The decadal growth in Tamil Nadu has gone up from 11.70% in 1991-2001 to 15.60% in 2001-2011. The decadal growth rate of Tamil Nadu shows a declining trend since 1961-71. However, the present increase in
growth rate in Tamil Nadu may due to increase in “in migration” of population from other States to Tamil Nadu and this could be owing to variety of factors such as industrial and economic growth leading to more opportunities in the construction services and manufacturing sectors and availability of educational opportunities in the State. However, this has to be studied separately.
It is significant to note that Kancheepuram district shows the highest decennial growth rate of 38.69% in the period 2001-2011. This district had also recorded the higher growth rate of 19.15% and 26.14% during the period 1991-2001 and 1981-1991 respectively. There are eight other districts, which show higher growth rates than the State average in 2001-2011. These are Tiruvallur (35.25%), Tiruppur (28.69%), Krishnagiri (20.67%), Coimbatore (19.06%), Madurai (17.95%), Villupuram (16.99%), Sivaganga (16.09%), and Dharmapuri (16.04%). The districts with very low growth rates in 2001-11 are The Nilgiris (-3.55%),

Chennai (7.77%), Ariyalur (8.19%), Nagapattinam (8.41%), Thanjavur (8.42%), Thiruvarur (8.43%), and Thoothukudi (9.14%). The balance sixteen districts with decadal growth ranging from 10 to 16 percent.


Chennnai 82.37 – 82.37 59.45 59.45
2. Kancheepuram 31.211 8.571 61.051 30.801 30.441 31.061
3. Thiruvallur NA NA NA NA NA NA
4. Cuddalore

Abbreviations in tamil nadu



AIDS -Acquired Immuno-deficiency Syndrome

ARS -Accident Relief Scheme

ASFR -Age Specific Fertility Rate

CBO -Community Based Organizations

CBR -Crude Birth Rate

CC -Conventional Contraceptives

CDR -Crude Death Rate

CFC -Consumption of Fixed Capital

CMIE -Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy

CMWSB -Chennai Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board

CrPC -Criminal Proceeding Code

DALP -Destitute Agricultural Labourers’ Pension

DANIDA -Danish International Development Assistance

DDWP -Destitute Deserted Wives Pension

DPEP -District Primary Education Programme

FDI -Foreign Direct Investment

FDRS -Family Distress Relief Scheme

GDI -Gender Development Index

GDP -Gross Domestic Product

GER -Gross Enrolment Ratio

GFCF -Gross Fixed Capital Formation

HDFC -Housing Development Finance Corporation

HDI -Human Development Index

HDR -Human Development Report

HIV- Human Immuno-deficiency Virus

HUDCO -Housing and Urban Development Corporation

IAP -Indian Academy of Paediatrics

ICDS-Integrated Child Development Services Scheme

IEC -Information, Education and Communication

IFAD -International Fund for Agricultural Development

IMR -Infant Mortality Rate

IPC -Indian Penal Code

IRDP -Integrated Rural Development Programme

LFPR -Labour Force Participation Rate

MMDA -Madras Metropolitan Development Authority

MMR- Maternal Mortality Ratio

MTP- Medical Termination of Pregnancy

NCAER -National Council for Applied Economics and Research

NCERT -National Council for Education Research and Training

NHB -National Housing Bank

NLEP -National Leprosy Eradication Programme

NMCP -National Malaria Control Programme

NMEP -National Malaria Eradication Programme

NNMB -National Nutrition Monitoring Bureau

NSSO -National Sample Survey Organization

PNMR- Prenatal Mortality Rate

PPP$ -Purchasing Power Parity Dollars

RCH -Reproductive and Child Health

RHC -Rural Housing Corporation

SIRD -State Institute of Rural Development

TFR -Total Fertility Rate

TINP -Tamil Nadu Integrated Nutrition Project

TNAHCP -Tamil Nadu Area Health Care Project

TNCDW -Tamil Nadu Corporation for Development of Women

TNCHF -Tamil Nadu Co-operative Housing Federation

TNEB -Tamil Nadu Electricity Board

TNMSC -Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation

TNSCB -Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board

UNCHS -The United Nations Centre for Human Settlements

UNDP -United Nations Development Programme

UNICEF -United Nations Children’s Education Fund

USAID -United States Agency for International Development

VHN -Village Health Nurse

VHS -Voluntary Health Services

Birds Sanctuaries in tamil nadu.


Vedanthangal-------------Kanchipuram

Karikilli-------------------Kanchipuram

Pulicat--------------------Thiruvallur

Karaivetti-----------------Perambalur

Udhyamarthandapuram---Tiruvarur

Vaduvoor----------------Thiruvarur

Chithirankudi ------------Ramanathapuram

Koonthankulam----------Tirunelveli

Vellode----------------- Erode 

Melaselvanur------------Ramanathapuram

Vettangudi --------------Sivaganga

Pichavaram Mangrove Coast-------Cuddalore

UNESCO Declared Monuments in tamil nadu


Chola Temples – Big Temple in Thanjavur

Iravatheeswarar Temple in Dharasuram

Siva Temple in Gangaikonda Cholapuram

Monuments at Mamallapuram

Nilgiris Heritage Train.

Excellent Hill Stations in tamil nadu


Ooty

Kodaikanal

Yercaud

Yelagiri

Javvadhu Hills

Kolli Hills

Sirumalai Hills

Valparai

Top Slip

Kalrayan Hills

Pachamalai Hills.

Boat Houses in tamil nadu.


• Muttukadu

• Mudaliarkuppam

• Pichavaram

• Yercaud

• Kodaikanal

• Courtallam

• Ooty

• Pykara

List of Heritage Towns in Tamil Nadu


1.Kancheepuram
2 Mamallapuram
3 Sriperumpudur-----------------------Kancheepuram

4 Chidambaram
5 Pichavaram
6 Marudhur
7 Kurinjipadi
8 Marakkanam
10 Thiruvanthipuram---------------------Cuddalore

11 Rameswaram
12 Vaalinokkam

13 Sethukkarai--------------------------Ramanathapuram

14. Srirangam ---------------------------Tiruchirappalli

15. Srivilliputhur -------------------------Virudhunagar

16 Thanjavur
17 Kumbakonam-------------------------Thanjavur

18. Gangaikonda Cholapuram------------Ariyalur

19. Madurai -----------------------------Madurai

20. Palani --------------------------------Dindigul

21. Tiruchendur --------------------------Thoothukudi

22 Thiruthani
23 Thiruvallur Town------------------------Thiruvallur

24 Kanniyakumari
25 Padmanabhapuram
26 Kolachal--------------------------------Kanniyakumari

27. Tiruvannamalai -------------------------Tiruvannamalai

28 Gingee
29 Parikkal
30 Thiruvakkarai----------------------------Villupuram



31 Chettinad
32 Karaikudi
33 Idaikattur
34 Pillayarpatti
35 Kalaiyarkoil-------------------------------Sivaganga

36 Navathirupathigal Places:
      i) Thirukkalur
      ii) Kurumbur
37 Manappadu------------------------------Thoothukudi

38 Tranquebar
39 Poompuhar
40 Nagore
41 Velankanni-------------------------------Nagapattinam

42 Courtallam
43 Tirunelveli------------------------------Tirunelveli

44.Tiruchengode ----------------------Namakkal

45. Perur ------------------------------Coimbatore

46. Bhavani--------------------------- Erode

47 Sithannavasal
48 Avudayarkoil
49 Thirumayam--------------------------Pudukottai.

Festivals organised with financial assistance from the State Government in tamil nadu.


• Pongal Tourist Festival all over India - January

• Chettinad Festival, Karaikudi - January

• Ilakkia Sutrula Vizha, Ettaiyapuram, Thoothukudi - February

• Tribal Festival, Kanniyakumari - February

• Chithirai Visu Festival, Papanasam - April

• Chithirai Dance Festival, Madurai - May

• Chithirai Full Moon Festival, Poompuhar - May

• Kattabomman Vizha, Panchalankurichi - May

• Salangai Natham and Bhagavatha Mela, Thanjavur - May

• Mango Festival, Krishnagiri - May

• Summer Festival at all Hills Station - May


• Kandhoori Festival, Nagore - May

• Saral Thiruvizha, Courtallam - July

• Thirpparappu Vizha, Kanniyakumari - July

• Aadipperukku Vizha, Hogenakkal - July

• Velankanni Festival, Velankanni - August

• World Tourism Day in all tourist centres - September

• Dhasara Festival at Kulasekarapattinam Thoothukudi Dist. - Oct. - November

• Sathaya Vizha, Thanjavur - October

• Thiruvannamalai Deepam Festival - November

• Tea and Tourism Festival, Udhagamandalam - December

• Indian Dance Festival, Thanjavur - Dec. - January

• Folk Dance Festival, Gangaikondacholapuram - Dec. - January

Festivals organised with financial assistance from the Union Ministry of Tourism in tamil nadu.


Indian Dance Festival at Mamallapuram - Dec 25th - Jan 25th

National Tourism and Cultural Festival at Kanniyakumari - January

National Pilgrim Festival at Rameswaram - January

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Reservoirs in Tamil Nadu


Name of the Dam  ------------  Year of construction

Chennai Region

1. Veeranam ---Ancient

2. Chembarambakkam ----Pallava Period

3 Redhills ---1876

4 Cholavaram ---Prior to 1877

5 Willington ---1923

6 Poondi Reservoir ---1944

7 Sathanur ---1958

8 Krishnagiri ---1958

9 Vidur ----1959

10 Gomukhinadhi ----1965

11 Manimukthanadhi ---1970

12 Chinnar ----1977

13 Pambar ----1983

14 Thumbalahalli ----1983

15 Vaniar--- 1985

16 Kesargulihalla ---1985

17 Shoolagirichinnar ----1986

18 Thoppiyar ----1986

19 Nagavathy ----1986

20 Kelavarapalli -----1993

21 Rajathopekanar -----1997

22 Mordhana -----2001

23 Mirugandanadhi ----2005

24 Shenbagathope ----2007

25 Varattar Vallimadurai ----2007

26 Andiappanur odai ----2007

Madurai Region

27 Periyar ---1897

28 Pechiparai ---1906

29 Perunchani ---1952

30 Manimuthar ----1958

31 Vaigai ----1959

32 Sathiyar ----1965

33 Manjalar ----1967

34 Chittar- I ----1972

35 Chittar - II ----1972

36 Gatana ----1974

37 Ramanadhi ----1974



38  Pillavukkal Periyar  --1976 

39  Pilavukkal Kovilar  ---1976

40  Karuppanadhi  ---1977

41  Marudhanadhi  ---1979 

42  Gundar  ---1983 

43  Kullursandai  -1984

44  Vembakottai  -1985 

45  Anaikuttam  -1989 

46  Golwarpatti  -1992 

47  Nambiar  -------2000 

48  Poigaiyar  ------2000 

49  Sothuparai  --2001 

50  Advinainarkoil  ---2003 

51  Vadakkupachayar  --2003 

52  Kodumudiyar  ---2003 

53  Shanmuganadhi  ---2004 

54  Nagariar Sasthakoil  ---2004 

POLLACHI REGION 

55  Bhavanisagar  ---1955 

56  Gunderipallam  ----1978 

57  Varattupallam  ----1978 

58  Perumpallam  ----1990 

59  Amaravathy  ----1958 

60  Uppar ( Erode)  ---1968 

61  Palar Porandalar  ---1978 

62  Vattamalalai Karai Odai  ---1978 

63  Parappalar  ---1974 

64  Kuthiraiyar  ---1990 

65  Noyyal Athupalayam  ---1991 

66  Kodaganar  ----1993

67  Upper Nirar Weir  ---1975 

68  Lower Nirar Weir  ----1982 

69  Parambikulam  ----1967 

70  Thunakadavu  ---1965 

71  Peruvaripallam ---1971 

72  Aliyar  ---1692 

73  Thirumurthy  ----1967 

74  Noyyal Orathupalayam  ---1992 

75  Varadhamanadhi  ---1978 

76  Sholaiyar  ---1971 

77  Nanganjiar  ----2007 

78  Nallathangal Odai  ----2007 


TRICHY REGION 

79  Mettur  ----1934 

80  Kariakoil  -----1993 

81  Anaimaduvu  -1993

82  Ponnaniyar  -1974 

83  Siddhamalli  -1987 

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

DISTRIBUTION OF FACTORIES IN TAMIL NADU


1 Coimbatore

2 Tiruvallur

3 Virudhunagar

4 Chennai

5 Madurai

6 Kancheepuram

7 Salem

8 Erode

9 Vellore

10 Tiruchirapalli

DISTRIBUTION OF ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN TAMIL NADU


1 Kancheepuram

2 Thiruvallur

3 Coimbatore

4 Thiruchirappalli

5 Thirunelveli

6 Namakkal

RAINFALL IN TAMIL NADU


Tamilnadu received an average annual rainfall of 1023.1 mm.

South-West Monsoon Season

During the South–West Monsoon season, Tamilnadu recorded an average rainfall of 333.5 mm.the highest rainfall of 1067mm was recorded in The Nilgiris district and the lowest rainfall of 65.7mm was recorded in Thoothukudi district.

North-East Monsoon Season

During the North-East Monsoon season, Tamilnadu recorded an average rainfall of 552.7mm. the highest rainfall of 1222 mm was recorded in Nagapattinam district and the lowest rainfall of 308mm was recorded in Erode district.




Hot-Weather Season ( Mar ’09 to May ’09 )
During the Hot-Weather season, Tamilnadu recorded an average rainfall of 129.2mm. the highest rainfall
of 298mm was recorded in Kanyakumari district and the lowest rainfall of 14.7 mm was recorded in Chennai district.