(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
The vast continent of India houses multitudes of towns and cities. In this regard the state of Uttar Pradesh is no less significance. Kunwargaon is one such town that has caught the attention of so many experts over the years. To be precise Kunwargaon is an example of a nagar panchayat town and is situated in the district of Badaun of the Uttar Pradesh state.
Knowledge about the demography becomes imperative on the part of those people who are very much keen to know about any place of this Indian subcontinent. To fulfill such noble motive over the years well-known demographers have conducted surveys and thereby present their assumption about this Kunwargaon city . In fact due to their diligent efforts it has been possible to be familiar with pertinent information about this
Kunwargaon town. Thus the Census report of India that has been issued forth in the year 2001 can be cited as one of the applicable testimonials.
According to this report one can decipher the status of the population, literacy rate etc of this Kunwargaon town. Thus the total population of Kunwargaon has been calculated to be 6754 . Not only that from this Census report, individual data about the females, males and children who are residing here also can be known. What has been known from the report is that population of females is less than that of males. Thus the female populace constitutes of 46 percent while the population of males is 54. In Kunwargaon town children who are less than six years of age constitutes of 19 percent of the total population.
This report also throws some light about the situation of the literacy of this Kunwargaon
town. . It is noted that the average literacy rate of Kunwargaon is 46 percent, which is even lower than that of India, which has got a measurement of 59.5 percent. Moreover, one can even get to know about the male and female literacy rate and that too on individual basis. To be specific male literacy comprises of 56 percent and also rate of female literacy rate is 35 percent only. This automatically leads one to make a concluding remark that the rate of female literacy is much lower than that of males.