(Last Updated on : 16/02/2016)
Kelamangalam is located in Dharmapuri District
of Tamil Nadu
. Kelamangalam is the name of a panchayat town, with a good literacy rate.
Location of Kelamangalam
Kelamangalam is located approximately at 12.6 degree North to 77.85degree East. It has an average height of 810 metres or 2657 feet.
Population of Kelamangalam
The total population of Kelamangalam has been counted to be 10,994. It is recorded according to the Population Census in the year 2011. Thus the population of male comprises of 51 percent. Female populace constitutes of 49 percent. In Kelamangalam, 15 percent of the total population is below six years of age.
Education of Kelamangalam
The literacy rate of Kelamangalam too adds information about Kelamangalam. It is interesting to note that the average literacy rate of India is 61 percent, which is higher than that of the entire nation. 59.5 percent is India's average rate of literacy. Just like the population status, rate of female literacy too is 55 percent, which is less than that of the males. Male literacy rate is 67 percent.
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