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Nemili, Vellore,Tamil Nadu
Nemili is a panchayat town situated in Vellore district of the state of Tamil Nadu.
 India houses multiple cities and towns, which have shown substantial development over the years. Tamil Nadu, also is no exception to this phenomena. Nemili is the name of a panchayat town, lying in the eastern area of the district of Vellore.

Keeping pace with the tradition of India, quite a handful of demographers have worked night and day and conducted numerous surveys and research works in Nemili. As a result of their extensive surveys they have formulated reports based on the facts that they have gathered so far. In this regard a due mention may be made of the census report that had been issued in 2001. Data like population status, literacy rate etc. can be easily deciphered from it. As per the report, Nemili has shown a population counting of 9382. Out of it, male populace constitutes 51 %, while the female populace is quite less, constituting 49 % only. 10 % of the total population constitutes of children who are below six years of age.

Literacy condition indicates to what extent a town has achieved progress and growth. Since the average literacy rate of Nemili comprises 69 %, which is even higher than that of the entire nation, it rightly asserts the fact that improvements have taken place in the particular town. The average literacy rate of India constitutes 59.5 %. On individual basis also both male and female literacy rates are quite high. To be specific, male literacy rate constitutes 79 %, while female literacy is stuck at 60 %.

Few important towns have also flourished near by. For example, Arakkonam lies about 14 km north and Walajapet is situated at a distance of 27 km southwest of Nemili. There are several locales to cash in tourists and devotees. Two primitive temples at Thakkolam, Narasimha Temple at Sholingur and Arunachaleshwarar Temple at Arakkonam, are considerable in this context. The lake at Kaveripakkam is sure to be taken as a landmark.

To facilitate accessibility, Nemili is well connected with other places via roads, airports and railways. Takkolam Railway Station and Arakkonam Junction Railway Station lie in close proximity. Chennai International Airport also tackles the heavy flow of traffic. One can also reach places like Nagavedu, Panapakkam and Palur by roadways.

(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
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