(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
The vast continent of India houses numerous towns and cities. The state of Uttar Pradesh too is not an exception. Amongst several towns that have developed one can easily distinguish the significance of Kheta Sarai. It is an example of a nagar panchayat town which is located in the district of Jaunpur of the same state of India.
No discussion of a town becomes complete unless and until one takes effort to gather information about its demography in details . For that reason, a handful of demographers also have worked day and night and conducted extensive surveys and research works in Kheta Sarai. Not only that they also have succeeded in preparing extensive reports which are vital in throwing light in certain demographical traits like literacy rate, population status etc.
In this regard it would be unwise if one does refer to a census report of a particular year. Being issued forth in the year 2001 , this report is quite a relevant demographical document of Kheta Sarai . According to this report the total population of Kheta Sarai has been enumerated to be 16,228. Out of it , male populace constitutes 52 % of the population . In comparison female populace in Kheta Sarai comprises of 48 % only. This indicates that number of females in Kheta Sarai is less than their male counterparts. In Kheta Sarai, 18 % of the total population is below six years of age.
From the aforesaid report experts also have deduced data that is related to Kheta Sarai town's literacy condition. Thus it has been noticed that the average literacy rates of Kheta Sarai is 50 %, which is even lower than that of the entire nation. Thus average of 59.5 % is India's average literacy rate. If one goes deep into the report status of both male and female literacy rates can be duly inferred. In Kheta Sarai male literacy constitutes 59 %. Just like population status, female literacy rate too is less than that of males . In other words 40 % is female literacy rate in Kheta Sarai .
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