(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
While introspecting the states of Indian continent it is inevitable that people come across multitudes of towns and cities that have developed here over the years. In case of West Bengal the same rule is also applicable. In fact Khodarampur is a census town, which is situated in the district of Murshidabad of the same state of India .
In order to acquire information about the identifiable features of any of the Indian towns first it becomes imperative on the part of a layman to collect as much information about its demography as possible. Over the years eminent demographers that have devoted enough of their precious times in surveying Khodarampur succeeded in bringing out extensive demographical reports. The most prominent is the Census report that has been enumerated to be 5109. In one delves deep into the report one can even catch hold of the individual data of males, females and also children who are living in Khodarampur. Interestingly it is noticed that females of Khodarampur is more in number than that of males. Thus male populace constitutes 49 %. Female populace constitutes 51 %.
From this Census report data that related to Khodarampur town's literacy too can be easily deciphered. It is to be noted that its average literacy rate comprises of 44 %, which is even lower than that of India. 59.5 % is India's average literacy rate. In Khodarampur male literacy constitutes of 51 %. Just like population status, Khodarampur's female literacy is also less. It is 38 % only. Children of Khodarampur who are below six years of age constitute 21 % of the total population.
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