Keeping pace with the tradition of the whole of Indian subcontinent, Koeripur also is thronged with demographers who are conducting surveys and research works in order to make people update with Koeripur's demography. According to the Census report, a vital document, the total population of Koeripur showed a counting of 7268. Not only that by studying this report thoroughly, one even gets to identify the condition of male and female populace of Koeripur. Thus male populace constitutes 51 % and females constitute 49 % only. In Koeripur, 19 % of the total population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate of Koeripur too acts as vital information. It has been noted that the average literacy rate of Koeripur constitutes 56 %, which is lower than that of India, which constitutes 59.5 %. Condition about male and female literacy rates of Koeripur too can be identified from this report. Thus the male literacy rate constitutes 65 %, and female literacy is 47 % only. This proves that males of Koeripur are more inclined to education.
This Koeripur houses quite a number of temples that are built in commemoration of various Hindu deities, namely, 'Lord Ram,' 'Lord Hanuman' and 'Sita'. Festivals and fairs also are part and parcel of the residents of Koeripur. On the auspicious occasion of Kartika Poornima, a bathing fair has been feted on the Gomti River banks. Thousands of tourists from everywhere of India visit this Koeripur town. In Koeripur, people also celebrate Dussehra with lots of enthusiasm and vivacity. The renowned poet and critic, Ram Naresh Tripathi, is born in the soils of Koeripur.
To facilitate accessibility, Koeripur is well connected with roads, rails as well as airport. Koiripur Railway Station and also Amausi , an airport, lie in close proximity. Also this Koeripur town lies on NH 56.
From the perspective of the Sultanpur district few information has been deciphered. Being an integral part of this district it is quite natural that people of this Koeripur town too follow the same tradition. For sustaining their livelihood, people have taken up the profession of cultivation. Chief crops are pulses, rice, wheat, barley and sugarcane. Few factories producing things like urea, leather etc are found here as well.