Arrange the ascending order of the following
Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka
Kerala is the western state of India, Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala and Mr VS Achchutanandn is the Chief Minister of Kerala. Census of 2011 population of Kerala is 3,18,38,619 and total area is 38,863 km2. India greatest sprinter PT Usha is belonging from Kerala. The language of Kerala is Malayalam. Kerala is the only state in India there is the lowest rate of child death and the number of women is greater than men (2011 census). Kerala is the world first state of Baby harmony (Baby Friendly state) recognize by The United Nations International children’s emergency fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Telangana was the part of Andhra Pradesh. On 2 June 2014 it separated from Andhra Pradesh and become the 29th state of India. Telangana is the southern state of India. Mr Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar became the first chief minister of Telangana. Hyderabad is the joint capital for 10 years of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. According to 2011 census the population of Telangana is 35,193,978 and the total area 114,840 km2.
Tamilnadu is the southern state of India with the capital of Chennai. Jailalita is the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu. Census of 2011 population of Tamilnadu is 72,147,030. 130,058 km2 is total area. Official language is Tamil. Tamilnadu is the second highest Industrial state of India after Mumbai, and Chennai is the second IT Industrial city of India. The largest IT park of India is situated is here. The literacy rate of Tamilnadu is 80.3% over the national average according to the census of 2011. In Tamilnadu the scarcity of trained teacher is the main problem. In Tamilnadu total 37 universities, 454 technical colleges, 566 colleges of Arts and Vigyan, 34,335 elementary schools, 5,167 secondary school, 5,054 high schools, The University of Madras, IIT Madras is the leading academic institutes.
Karnataka is the southern state of India with the capital of Bangalore is Indian IT Industries Hub. BS Yeddurappa is the chief minister of Karnataka. According to Census of 2011 the population of Karnataka is 52,850,562 and literacy rate is 66.6%, total area 191,791 km2. Kannad is the official language of Karnataka.