(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
Karambakkam is the name of a census town which is located in the district of Thiruvallur
of the Tamil Nadu
state of Indian continent.
A single glance of the demographical scenario of Karambakkam makes it possible for a person to identify its salient characteristics. Also there are several demographers who have worked diligently in order to throw some light on its demography. In this regard, the census report that has been published in the year 2001 is noteworthy. As per this aforesaid report, Karambakkam showed its total population to be 14,591. Out of it, female population comprises of 48 percent. Following the normal trend, male populace is more comprising of 52 percent. Thus in Karambakkam it leads one to infer that the number of females are less than males. In Karambakkam, 11 percent of the total population is below six years of age
From this report, one can also acquired information about the literacy condition of Karambakkam. Interestingly, the average literacy rate of Karambakkam is 73, which is even higher than that of the entire nation, which has been measured to be 59.5 percent. Specifications about the male and female literacy rate also can be inferred from this census report. Thus male literacy rate constitutes of 78 percent. However rate of female literacy is less thereby constituting 68 percent
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