(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Khaga is the name of a nagar panchayat town that has been established in the district of Fatehpur of the same state.
Strategically, Khaga town has been situated approximately at 25.78° N 81.12° E. It has an average height of 107 metres or 351 feet.
The demographical condition emphasizes some important facts about any place. Khaga town too cannot be an exception. In this regard, the Census report that has been issued out in the year 2001 serves as a relevant document. According to this report, Khaga has been identified to have a population of 12,020. Again if one wishes one can also get to know on an individual basis about the status of males, females and also children who are living in Khaga. This census report too gives information regarding this. Thus the male population constitutes of 53 percent. In Khaga females are less in number thus constituting 47 percent of the total population. In Khaga town, 15 percent of the total population is below six years of age.
Whether a town has developed or not can be known from its literacy rate; if it is high it becomes obvious that development has occurred here. As far as the average literacy rate of Khaga is concerned it is higher than that of the entire nation. In other words, 63 percent and 59.5 percent are the rates of the average literacy of Khaga and India respectively. To be specific, rate of male literacy constitutes of 72 percent, while that of female is only 53 percent.
The town is well connected to other important cities and towns in the state. The NH 2 passes through the town and the nearest access points are the Lucknow airport and the Khaga Railway Station on the Fatehpur-Allahabad line.