Kanyanagar, South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal
Situated in the South 24 Parganas district,the Kanyanagar is an example of a census town .
(Last Updated on : 03-02-2009)
In the state of Indian continent, a multitude of cities and towns have developed by leaps and bounds. The state of West Bengal
too is not an exception in this regard. One such town is Kanyanagar. In fact Kanyanagar is an example of census town, lying in the district of South 24 Parganas of the same state of Indian subcontinent
There are several demographers who have put lots of their energy for conducting surveys and research works in Kanyanagar. As a result of their diligent works they have been able to prepare extensive reports after analyzing the data that they have gathered. Amongst all the reports that are presently available, a special mentioning may be made of the census report that has been brought out in the year 2001. According to this report, the total population of Kanyanagar showed a counting of 10,193. Like most of the towns of India, the number of males are more in number than that of females. Out of it, male populace constitutes of 51 percent. Female population comprises of 49 percent of Kanyanagar. In Kanyanagar town, 9 percent of the total population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate acts as added information about Kanyanagar. Since the literacy rate is high it would mark the growth and development of the concerned town. Thus the average literacy rate of Kanyanagar constitutes of 78 percent. It is higher than that of average literacy rate of India, which constitutes of 59.5 percent. Not only that on individual basis also the literacy rate of male comprises of 85 percent. Female literacy rate constitutes of 71 percent.
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