(Last Updated on : 21/01/2016)
Kurumbalur is the name of a panchayat town, which lies in the district of Perambalur District
of Tamil Nadu
state of Indian Territory. This place in South Indian state does not have any tourist locations.
Demography of Kurumbalur
According to the population Census in the year 2011, Kurumbalur has had a population count of 11,124. A unique thing has been emphasized about the population of males and females who are residing in the core of this Kurumbalur. As has been pointed in the above-mentioned report, both the number of males and females is in equal proportion. In other words, male populace comprises of 50 percent, while the rate of females in Kurumbalur is also 50 percent. Information about children too can be known from it. Thus the children who are below six years of age constitutes of 10 percent of the population.
Education of Kurumbalur
The literacy rate of Kurumbalur acts as one of the vital information. Since the literacy rate indicates the growth and development of Kurumbalur, it is evident that in Kurumbalur also, some kind of progress has occurred over the years. For proving this fact, reason also has been cited. The average literacy rate of Kurumbalur constitutes of 64 percent, which is even higher than that of the entire nation. 59.5 percent is the average literacy rate of India. Out of it, specifications about male and female literacy rates too can be inferred. Male literacy rate constitutes of 72 percent, while the rate of female literacy constitutes of 56 percent only.
Economy of Kurumbalur
From the perspective of the district of Perambalur, few more information too has been cited by the experts. Due to the integrity with the district it is evident that Kurumbalur too is going to follow the trend and tradition. Just like many other places of Indian subcontinent
, agriculture has become the main source of income. Prevalence of red sand with strewn tracks of black soil makes the region ideal for the growth of parched crops.
The principal crop that has grown to suffice the needs of commercial purposes is the sugarcane. Due to abundance of limestone, industrial units producing cement have developed.