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Table 1 Demographic profile and TB program performance of Delhi for the years 2001 and 2011

From: Resurrecting social infrastructure as a determinant of urban tuberculosis control in Delhi, India

Delhi demographic profilea,b Year 2001 Year 2011
Delhi population 13,850,507 16,753,235
Decadal growth rate 47.0% 21.0%
Net migration rate 12.7% 17.5%
Population density (per square km) 9,340 11,297
Sex ratio (Females per 1,000 males) 821 866
Literacy rates (%) 82 86
Per capita income (INR) 38,864 148,608
Urban Delhi profile c Year 2001 Year 2011
Population living in urban areas 93.0% 97.5%
Population growth rate in urban areas 51.3% 26.6%
Population living in one-room dwelling units 38.1% 32.2%
Average number of household members 4.9 5.2
Slum population residing in urban areas 15.7% 19.6%
Unauthorized settlements (shanty clusters/unauthorized/resettlement colonies) 67.5% 46.0%
TB program performance in Delhi d Year 2001 Year 2011
Percentage of State Government budget on healthc 7 12
Number of doctors in government hospitals per 10,000 populationc 1.9 3.8
Number of treatment centres (DOT centres) 51 585
Number of private sector engagements 10 231
Number of TB suspects examined 153220* 164392
Number of new TB case notification rates per 100,000 population 229 214
TB death rates (%) 3.1 2.2
Number of lives saved (all types of TB patients) 4775 9076
Lives saved (all types of TB patients) per 100,000 population 35 51
  1. Data Source: aOffice of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. bOffice of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. cUrban Health Division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. dRevised National Tuberculosis Control Program Delhi, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (http://www.dotsdelhi.org/program-performance.php) *Data available from the year 2005 onwards in Annual TB Report, 2006 at the website of Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program, Government of India (http://www.tbcindia.nic.in/pdfs/Annual%20Report%20TB%202006.pdf).