(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
Keeping pace with the tradition of the Indian Territory, a multitude of cities and towns have been built up in state of Tamil Nadu. Out of all the towns of this state Kembainaickenpalayam claims to be an important one. Kembainaickenpalayam is the name of a panchayat town. It is nestled in the district of Erode of the sate of India.
If a person develops curiosity of knowing any place or town it becomes vital that he should get up to date idea about the demography. For that reason, some of the Indian demographers have inferred certain information about the demography of Kembainaickenpalayam. In this regard, the Census report of India that has been published in the year 2001 is important. This relevant report is important in narrating certain data like population, literacy rate etc.
As per this report, Kembainaickenpalayam has a total population of 10,305. Furthermore, male population constitutes of 51 percent and female population is 49 percent. Children of Kembainaickenpalayam who are below six years of age constitutes of 9 percent of the total population. Literacy rate too is significant in throwing some light about the town of Kembainaickenpalayam. It is to be noted that Kembainaickenpalayam town has an average literacy rate which is lower than that of literacy rate of India. Thus the average literacy rates of India and Kembainaickenpalayam are 59.5 percent and 46 percent respectively. If one goes into precise details one can further receive information about rates of female and male literacy and that too separately. 36 percent is the rate of female literacy, while male literacy rate is 55 percent which more than that of females.
From the perspective of the entire district of Erode few data can also be acquainted. As far as the occupation of the district is concerned, maximum of people are dependants on agricultural activities. The district is the hub of turmeric, a famous spice. There is also no paucity of industries in the district as well. In fact in the Tamil Nadu state, Erode district is the largest producer of turmeric. Other cultivable products are banana, paddy, groundnut and sugarcane. This trend is also being followed by the people of the Kembainaickenpalayam too due to its integrity with the district.