(Last Updated on : 02-02-2009)
There is a census town located in the district of Koch Bihar of the state of West Bengal. It is called Kharimala Khagrabari.
With a noble intention of highlighting the demography of this Kharimala Khagrabari town , quite a handful of demographers have gathered in the region and have conducted surveys . After a long time of intense research they have been successful in bringing out reports that are relevant for knowing this Kharimala Khagrabari town's demography in the true sense. Especially important is the census report that has been published in the year 2001. It emphatically mentions about the population status, literacy etc of this town of Kharimala Khagrabari. Thus it has been found that Kharimala Khagrabari has showed a population count of 7214. A remarkable feature too came to the limelight. Both male and female populace of Kharimala Khagrabari is in equal proportion. Information about children who are living in this Kharimala Khagrabari too can be deciphered. 10 percent of the population constitutes of children who are below six years of age.
Development in the true sense is possible if the people of that town showed an inclination for education. That this Kharimala Khagrabari is evident from the fact that it has got an average literacy rate, which is even higher than that of the whole nation. In other words 77 percent and 59.5 percent are the rates of average literacy of Kharimala Khagrabari and India respectively. Not only that male and female literacy too individually is high. Thus male literacy rate constitutes of 81 percent. Female literacy rate is also very much close to it. Thus the rate of female literacy constitutes of 73 percent.
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