(Last Updated on : 02/12/2008)
Kherwara Chhaoni is the name of a census town, which is situated in the district of Udaipur
state of Indian subcontinent.
A handful of demographers have devoted their precious time in gathering relevant data that are related to the demographical traits of a particular town. It is their belief that any study of an Indian town would be incomplete without catching hold of enough demographical data of that particular town. In case of this Kherwara Chhaoni too they have followed the same rule. Quite a number of reports have been brought out which throws light on literacy rate, population status etc that are related to Kherwara Chhaoni. Most significant is the Census report that has been issued forth in the year 2001.
According to this report, the total population of Kherwara Chhaoni has been enumerated to be 6642. Out of it, male populace constitutes 52 % of the population, while the population of female constitutes 48 % only. This led one to conclude that the number of males is more than that of female counterparts. Children of Kherwara Chhaoni who are below six years of age constitutes 14 % of the population.
How much a town has gained development can be easily determined if a person analyses in details its literacy status. As far as the average literacy of Kherwara Chhaoni is concerned , it has showed a counting which is even higher than that of the whole nation. To be specific, average literacy rates of Kherwara Chhaoni constitutes 72 %. However 59.5 % is the average literacy rate of India. If one desires one can gain information about the male and female literacy rates of Kherwara Chhaoni and that too separately. In Kherwara Chhaoni male literacy rate comprises of 72 %. However literacy rate of Kherwara Chhaoni town's females is also no less insignificant.
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