(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
In the state of West Bengal, Kunustara is an example of a census town, which has its location in the district of Barddhaman. For managing its administration, Jamuria police station, falling under the jurisdiction of the subdivision of Asansol, has been given all the responsibility.
In order to track down the identification of any place or town, several demographers are working hard to enlighten the people with some relevant facts of its demography. As a result of that, they have been able to conduct surveys and prepare reports on the basis of their findings. Amongst the documents related to the Kunustara's demography, the census report of a particular year has drawn acknowledgement from the experts. Being published in the year 2001 , this report provides data on the population , literacy status of this Kunustara town. Thus according to this report, the total population of Kunustara has been enumerated to be 5416. Out of it, one can even decipher the status of males and females on individual basis. The highlight of the report is that males are more in number than that of females. In terms of percentage, male populace constitutes of 56 percent while the rate of female populace is 44 percent. Children of Kunustara who are below six years of age constitutes of 13 percent.
The literacy rate , a yardstick of development, also adds on to the information about this town of Kunustara. Since the average literacy rate of Kunustara is more than that of the whole entire , it automatically leads one to come to a conclusion . The inference is that this Kunustara town is more or less developed. Average literacy rates of Kunustara and India are 67 and 59.5 percent respectively. Also male literacy rate constitutes of 77 percent thereby showing propensity of males towards education . However female literacy rate constitutes of 55 percent only.
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