The ward is home to about 19 thousand people, among them about 11 thousand (55%) are male and 8562 (45%) are female. 92% of the whole population are from general caste, 8% are from schedule caste and 1% are schedule tribes. Child (aged under 6 years) population of Jodhpur Ward No 41 is 11%, among them 54% are boys and 46% are girls. There are 4363 households in the ward and an average 4 persons live in every family.
Growth of population
Population of the ward has increased by 170% in last 10 years. In 2001 census total population here were 7081. Female population growth rate of the ward is 160.2% which is -18.3% lower than male population growth rate of 178.5%. General caste population has increased by 185.4%; Schedule caste population has increased by 87.6%; Schedule Tribe population has decreased by -19% and child population has increased by 185.4% in the ward since last census.
Sex Ratio - Females per 1000 Male
As of 2011 census there are 811 females per 1000 male in the ward. Sex ratio in general caste is 804, in schedule caste is 898 and in schedule tribe is 829. There are 860 girls under 6 years of age per 1000 boys of the same age in the ward. Overall sex ratio in the ward has decreased by 57 females per 1000 male during the years from 2001 to 2011. Child sex ratio here has increased by 6 girls per 1000 boys during the same time.
Total about 16 thousand people in the ward are literate, among them 9090 are male and 6819 are female. Literacy rate (children under 6 are excluded) of Jodhpur WARD NO.-0041 is 94%. 97% of male and 90% of female population are literate here. Overall literacy rate in the ward has increased by 10%. Male literacy has gone up by 8% and female literacy rate has gone up by 13%.
Jodhpur WARD NO.-0041 has 38% (7236) population engaged in either main or marginal works. 59% male and 12% female population are working population. 55% of total male population are main (full time) workers and 4% are marginal (part time) workers. For women 8% of total female population are main and 3% are marginal workers.