(Last Updated on : 06/12/2012)
Kapas Hera is a census town that lies in the South West district of Delhi
. The demographic reports prove to be vital for throwing light on certain details of Kapas Hera . In this regard the Census report that has been brought out in the year 2001 deserves mentioning. Thus according to the report, the total population of Kapas Hera has been enumerated to be 21,595. Another thing about Kapas Hera also can be inferred. Number of males is more than that of females with male populace constituting of 63 percent. Female populace is less constituting of 37 percent. In Kapas Hera town, children who are below six years of age constitutes of 16 percent of the total population.
If one wants to gauge progress or development of any particular place it becomes imperative for him, at first, to identify the demography of that particular place. In other words the literacy rate acts an indicator of development of any town in India. The same logic applies for this Kapas Hera town as well. Thus as per this report, 71 percent is the rate of average literacy of Kapas Hera which is even higher than that of the entire nation. In India, 59.5 percent is the average literacy rate of India. Just like the population of males, its literacy rate too is less than their female counterparts. Thus in Kapas Hera male literacy shows a high percentage count of 79 percent. In comparison, female literacy rate constitutes of 56 percent only.
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