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Misfits, the term for people who fit into a narrow category, are a growing segment of the Indian population.
In 2015, about 15.7 million people identified themselves as misfits, according to the National Sample Survey Office.
These people are defined as someone who is socially awkward or socially disengaged.
In 2016, they represented 10.2 percent of the population, according the Centre for Social Research.
These are people who are not in the middle of the social spectrum and are at risk of social exclusion.
In India, there are around 9,000 misfits in the national census.
The number of people who identify themselves as having a mental disorder is also growing.
Misfits are estimated to be 10.7 percent of India’s population.
They have a tendency to engage in risky behavior, such as stealing, drinking and smoking.
These types of behaviors, which are socially unacceptable, are the biggest reasons why people with mental disorders are not considered as socially acceptable.
In 2017, an Indian newspaper called India’s Misfit Population the biggest demographic problem facing the country.
The article quoted a senior Indian government official as saying that the government had to take urgent steps to deal with the problem of misfits.
According to the official, the government was looking at how to help the population of misfit.
This article is based on a report by The Hindu.