Batala city is governed by Municipal Corporation which comes under Batala Metropolitan Region. The Batala city is located in Punjab state of India.
As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Batala in 2011 is 156,619; of which male and female are 82,584 and 74,035 respectively. Although Batala city has population of 156,619; its urban / metropolitan population is 158,621 of which 83,655 are males and 74,966 are females.
Batala Population 2022 - 2023
The current estimate population of Batala city in 2023 is
, while literacy rate, sex ratio and density are mentioned below. The last census was conducted in 2011 and the schedule census for Batala city in 2021 was postponed due to Covid. The current estimates of Batala city are based on past growth rate. Once govt conducts census for Batala city, we will update the same here in 2023.
Batala Literacy Rate
In education section, total literates in Batala city are 119,734 of which 65,153 are males while 54,581 are females. Average literacy rate of Batala city is 84.91 percent of which male and female literacy was 87.99 and 81.52 percent.
Batala Sex Ratio
The sex ratio of Batala city is 896 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio of girls is 829 per 1000 boys.
Batala Child Population
Total children (0-6) in Batala city are 15,612 as per figure from Census India report on 2011. There were 8,535 boys while 7,077 are girls. The child forms 9.97 % of total population of Batala City.
Total no. of Slums in Batala city & its Out Growth numbers 4,961 in which population of 24,551 resides. This is around 15.48% of total population of Batala city & its outgrowth which is 158,621.
Batala City Population 2011
City + Out Growths
Average Literacy (%)
Hinduism is majority religion in Batala city with 56.00 % followers.
Sikhism is second most popular religion in Batala city with 37.82 % following it.
In Batala city, Islam is followed by 0.24 %, Jainism by 0.07 %, Christinity by 37.82 % and Buddhism by 0.02 %. Around 0.02 % stated 'Other Religion', approximately 1.48 % stated 'No Particular Religion'.