(Last Updated on : 05-12-2012)
Khera Khurd is the name of a census town, lying in the district of North West district of the same state of India.
In order to identify certain features of this Khera Kurd town it becomes imperative that one should get acquainted with the demographical scenario of the particular town. For that reason, several demographers have conducted surveys and research works.
The development of Khera Khurd can be duly established from the fact that the average literacy rate is even higher than that of the whole nation. It has been counted to be 72 percent. However the average literacy rate of India showed a count of 59.5 percent. Just like many other places in India, rate of male literacy constitutes of 78 percent .65 percent is the female literacy rate and is thus less than that of males.
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