(Last Updated on : 02/02/2009)
Quite a handful of towns and cities have developed in the heart of Indian subcontinent, thereby drawing attention of several historians and geographers. In the state of Uttar Pradesh also there is no paucity of towns and places. Amongst them, Kailashpur deserves to be special mentioning. Kailashpur is a census town. It is situated in the district of Saharanpur of the same state of India.
No study of any place or town is complete without the knowledge of the demographical situation of that particular place. That is the reason why many demographers have carried on surveys and brought about some information related to Kailashpur. The Census report of India that has been published in the year 2001 is quite significant.
According to the report, the population of Kailashpur has been counted to be 9724. Out of it, males comprise of 54 percent and population of females constitutes of 46 percent. In Kailashpur town, children below six years of age constitutes of 20 percent of the total population. Literacy rate of Kailashpur too throws some light about the town as a whole. It is to be noted that the average rate of literacy of Kailashpur is 53 percent which is lower than that of the whole nation which is measured to be 59.5 percent. To be specific, rate of male literacy is 59 percent and female literacy rate is 46 percent.
More iformation too has been gathered.
As far as the occupation is concrened, the people of the whole of Saharanpur district undertakes agricultural activities as their prime source of sustenance. Taking clue from the information about Saharanpur district , it can be said that the same trend has been followed in Kailashpur town as well. Saharanpur district is primarily an agricultural area.
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