(Last Updated on : 22/05/2014)
Kela Khera is a nagar panchayat in Udham Singh Nagar District
where one can see the middle Himalayas. Cities, towns and places are found everywhere in the vast subcontinent of India. The state of Uttarakhand is not an exception. Amongst various place one can distinguish this Kela Khera.
Without identifying the demography of Kela Khera it become next to impossible to carry on discussion about Kela Khera town and its salient features further. In this matter special mentioning may be made of the Census report that has been published in the year 2001.
According to the population census 2011, the population of Kela Khera showed a counting of 4911. The males constitute 53 percent of the population and females 47 percent. Kela Khera has an average literacy rate of 54 percent, lower than the national average of 59.5 percent. The male literacy rate is 60 percent and female literacy is 34 percent.
As far as the literacy rate is concerned, Kela Khera has an average literacy rate which is even lower than that of the whole nation .59.5 percent is the average literacy rate of India and 34 percent is Kela Khera's average literacy rate. Out of it, rate of male literacy is 43 percent. Just like female population the literacy rate is less than that of the males. 24 percent is the female literacy rate.
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