(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
Kundarki is the name of a nagar panchayat town that is located in the district of Moradabad district in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Following the tradition of the Indian states, over the years the demographers have thrown some light on some of the pertinent demographical details that are linked to this Kundarki town. Regarding the demography of Kundarki in Uttar Pradesh the census report of India that has been published in the year 2001 is noteworthy. With a single glimpse of this report one can easily get to know information about Kundarki like population, literacy condition etc . As per the report, the total population of Kundarki has been enumerated to be 24,540 . Moreover, the condition of females, males and also that of children who have built settlements in the Kundarki town can also be identified. Out of it , it has been found out the females are less in number than that of males .
Thus 52 percent is the male populace and population of females is 48 percent. Also , 20 percent of the total in Kundarki town constitutes of the children who are below six years of age .
Literacy rate of this Kundarki town act as a vital information. It is to be noted that the average literacy rate of Kundarki is lower than that of the entire nation. Thus 35 percent and 59.5 percent are the average literacy rates of Kundarki and India respectively. If one goes into the details one finds that female literacy rate comprises of 27 percent while that of males is 42 percent.
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