(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
In Howrah district of West Bengal one can easily finds Kalara. It is the name of a census town.
Without knowing the demographical updates of a town or place it becomes next to impossible for any one to gain acquaintance with Kalara town's identifiable features. To fulfill such objectives, several demographers have organized surveys and research works and thus inferred reports accordingly. Due emphasis may be made of the Census report that has been issued forth in the year 2001. From this report, data like literacy rate, population status etc can also be deciphered. According to this report, Kalara has showed a population measurement of 23,129. To be specific, male populace constitutes 52 % of the population. Compared to male populace, Kalara's female populace comprises of 48 %. In Kalara town, 14% of the total population constitutes of children who are below six years of age.
How much a town has achieved development or growth is apparent from its literacy status. In other words literacy rate is a yardstick for gauging development of any of the Indian towns. Judging high literacy rate of Kalara it is affirmed that development has occurred to some extent. To support it , facts also have been provided. The Census report has assured that the average literacy rate of Kalara constitutes 64 %, which is quite high even than 59.5 %, the average literacy rate of Indian Territory. Similar to the population status , female literacy rate too is less than that of males. Thus male literacy rate constitutes 68 % . Female literacy rate too is no less insignificant and thus comprises of 60 %.
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