(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
Quite a number of towns and cities have developed in every nook and corner of the state of Uttar Pradesh. Amongst several places, one can easily locate the town of Hariharpur. It has been located in the Sant Kabir Nagar district. A nagar panchayat looks after the administration and controlling of the town of Hariharpur.
Demographical situation too throws some light on the town of Hariharpur of Uttar Pradeshas a whole.
According to the Census report of India that came out in the year 2001, the total population of Hariharpur in Uttar Pradesh has been enumerated to be 9257. Male, female as well as children form an integral part of the whole report. Out of it, male population comprises of 51 percent while females constitute of 49 percent. In Hariharpur, 19% of the population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate too is quite significant and needs to be mentioning. Hariharpur has an average literacy rate of 47 percent, which is quite low than that of the average of the nation. National average of the literacy rate has been enumerated to be 59.5%. To be specific, male literacy rate constitutes of 59 percent, while the female literacy rate is only 35 percent.
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