has been worked out at Rs 60,972.
On the basis of constant prices, the per capita income in Delhi was estimated at Rs 1,19,032 in 2011-12, a jump of Rs 10,156 compared to Rs 1,08,876 the previous fiscal.
Dikshit said the literacy rate was recorded at 86.34 per cent. The literacy rate among males is 91.03 per cent while it was recorded at 80.93 per cent for females.
As per the data, a total of 33,40,538 families are staying in Delhi out of which 68 per cent have their own houses whereas 29 per cent are putting up in rented accommodation. At least 30 per cent families are putting up in two-room accomodation.
Around 44 per cent households have four members in their families while 20.4 per cent have five members and 7.6 per cent comprise two members.
According to the statistics, 20.7 per cent households have their own cars.
As per the data, 99.1 per cent households have electricity connections while tapped water supply is available to 81.33 per cent houses. Every Delhiite consumes 50 gallons per day. The generation of water in Delhi was 847 MGD in 2012.
It said 89.5 per cent families have toilet facilities within their dwelling units.
As per the handbook, 88 per cent households in the city have TV sets.