2 edition of population of Pakistan found in the catalog.
population of Pakistan
by Pakistan Institute ofDevelopment Economics in Islamabad
One of a series of monographs commissioned by C.I.C.R.E.D. for World Population Year 1974.
|Statement||[by] Mohammad Afzal with the cooperation of Mazhar Hussain.|
|Contributions||United Nations. Committee for International Co-ordination of National Research in Demography., Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.|
The total population of Pakistan at the time of independence was million, but in , Pakistan became the seventh most populated country in the world with million people (Afzal (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: Revision. (2) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (3) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (4) United Nations Statistical Division.
Comparing the population issue of Muslim countries, Pakistan is leading in population growth rate with per cent, leaving behind Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt and. Pakistan is one of the most populated countries in the world. Last week, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics released a provisional report of the country’s sixth population census. According to Author: Umair Jamal.
Sunni Islam is followed by % of the population of Pakistan, making it the largest religion in Pakistan. Religion in Pakistan. What Kind of Government Does Pakistan Have? Pakistan has a federal government established by the Constitution of Pakistan where the Prime Minister of Author: John Moen. Hindu Today, Muslim Tomorrow. and the targeting of minor girls have deeply unsettled the Hindu population, which constitutes about 2 percent of Pakistan’s approximately million people.
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This is the population pyramid for Pakistan. A population pyramid illustrates the age and sex structure of a country's population and may provide insights about political and social stability, as well as economic development.
The population is distributed along the horizontal axis, with males shown on the left and females on the right. The Census of Pakistan was a detailed enumeration of the Pakistani population which began on 15 March and ended on 25 May The census was conducted by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics for the first time in 21st century, after 19 years.
Initial estimates would put the population at 20 crore (– million). The provisional results were finally presented to the Council of Country: Pakistan.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pakistan. Central Statistical Office. Population in Pakistan. Karachi  (OCoLC) Material Type.
A new edition of this book is coming out in and in it he shows that Pakistan’s democratic institutions, so often decried as deeply corrupt and incompetent, population of Pakistan book in the past couple of years have been able to bring about a very significant devolution of.
Number of Rural Localities and Population Province / Region Pakis, Pun, Sindh 5,File Size: 29KB. Population Pyramids: Pakistan - Other indicators population of Pakistan book on maps: (In English only, for now) Adolescent fertility rate (births per 1, women ages ).
Hinduism is the second largest religion in Pakistan after Islam, according to the Census. As ofPakistan had the fifth largest Hindu population in the world and PEW predicts that by Pakistan will have the fourth largest Hindu population in the world.
According to the Census,the Hindu population was found to be 2, (includingscheduled castes Hindus). Source: Pakistan Bureau of Statististics Census ResultsPakistan Economic Survey -Statistical Pocket Book of Punjab (), Multiple Indicator Cluster SurveyPakistan Demographic and Health Survey ( - ), Ministry of Planning, Development & Reforms (Population Projections for the Year ), Pakistan Social and Living Standard Measurement Survey This statistic shows the total population of Pakistan from to with forecasts up to Inthe total population of Pakistan amounted to approximately million inhabitants.
note: provisional results of Pakistan's national census estimate the country's total population to beAge structure years: % (male/female ,). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Afzal, Mohammad, Population of Pakistan.
Islamabad: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Country Comparison:: Population. Population compares estimates from the US Bureau of the Census based on statistics from population censuses, vital statistics registration systems, or sample surveys pertaining to the recent past and on assumptions about future trends.
Filter by the Region: All Africa Antarctica Australia - Oceania Central. Total population of Pakistan Population growth in Pakistan Fertility rate in Pakistan Crude birth rate in Pakistan Life expectancy at birth in Pakistan Shias in Pakistan reputedly account for about 20 percent of the population — or 42 million out of the population of million — making it the second largest Shia population in the world.
The break up ofthe jihadi menace from the late s and now the fruits of the same USD:PKR atcrashed GDP growth, bad relations with all immediate neighbors and a largely illiterate population have done or will do little to curb pakistan's enthusiasm to indulge in 'adventurous activities' on Indian, Afghan and Iranian by: Pakistan has a long history of Census taking and the first regular Population Census in the area now comprising Pakistan was held in Since then regular censuses have been conducted after every ten years in the year ending at one.
After independence, the first census of Pakistan was conducted inthe second in while the third. Pakistanis (Urdu: پاكِستانى قوم , Pakistani Qaum) are people who are citizens of the Islamic Republic of an is a multi-ethnic and multilingual state: the majority of its people speak languages of the Indo-Aryan and Iranian language groups.
According to the Census, the estimated population of Pakistan was overmaking it the world's fifth most Canada:( Official Canada Census).
The book was all set to be released on 12 August and there was a huge hype surrounding its release. Almost all major book stores throughout the world had millions of books booked prior to the release.
Even in Pakistan, a couple of leading bookstores were providing the facility of pre-ordering the book and getting a nominal discount. The Pakistani textbooks controversy relates to the reported inaccuracy of most Pakistani textbooks and the existence of historical revisionism in them.
The content of Pakistan's official textbooks has often been criticized by several sources including many within Pakistan for sometimes promoting religious intolerance and Indophobia, leading to calls for curriculum reform.
Christians make up one of the two largest (non-Muslim) religious minorities in Pakistan, along with Hindus. The total number of Christians in Pakistan was estimated at million inor 2% of the population.
Of these, approximately half are Catholic and half Protestant.A small number of Eastern Orthodox Christians also live in Pakistan (see Eastern Orthodoxy in Pakistan). Pakistan’s Growth Story provides a clear, research-based perspective on the ideas and policies that are shaping Pakistan’s economic and human development.
It is a collaboration of the Consortium for Development Policy Research (CDPR) and International Growth Centre (IGC), with contributions from CDPR’s partner organisation, Institute of.Update to date information about population of Pakistan in Population of Pakistan: today, historical, and projected population, growth rate, immigration, median age.
.The New York Times Book Review, J “Ambitious a sweeping and insightful narrative.” Newsline Magazine, June, “Pakistan: A Hard Country manages to be clear-headed and realistic, a welcome respite from the scare-mongering that taints so many western accounts of Pakistan.” The Organiser (India), J Cited by: