(Last Updated on : 09/03/2016)
Kurichi is one such significant place in Tamil Nadu.
Location of Kurichi
Kurichi is located in the district of Coimbatore
of Tamil Nadu
Demography of Kurichi
According to the population census in the year 2011, the total population of Kurichi showed a measurement of 76,794. Out of it, male populace constitutes of 51 percent. 49 percent is the female populace of Kurichi. On the basis of this data it can be inferred that the number of males are more than that of females. In Kurichi, children who are below six years of age constitutes of 10 percent of the total population.
Education of Kurichi
The average literacy rate of Kurichi is 79 percent, which is even higher than that of India as a whole. Thus the average literacy rate of the nation is measured to be 59.5 percent. Men are more inclined towards education and it is being truly reflected in the rate of its literacy. In other words, 83 percent is the male literacy rate. However the female literacy rate is 74 percent.
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