(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
Khour is a NAC in Jammu district in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
The total population of Khour has been measured to be 6142. Specifications about male and female populace have been penned down in the report. It is remarkable to find that both male and female residents of Khour are in equal proportion. Thus male populace of Khour constitutes 50 %, while the population of females also is the same.
From this report one can decipher the current literacy situation of Khour as well. Since Khour has got an average literacy rate of 70 %, which is even higher than that of India. India's average literacy rate is 59.5 %. It needs no clarification of the fact that Khour is more or less a developed place. The propensity of males towards has been duly proved from its high male literacy rate constituting 78 %. Female literacy rate of Khour is less and thus comprises of 62 %. In Khour town, children who are below six years of age constitute 13 % of the total population.
From the perspective of the whole of Jammu district information also have been deduced. Just like other places people have taken up professions of cultivation, agricultural labor, and business. Since Khour is an integral part of Jammu and Kashmir it is obvious that people of this town also are going to stride into their footsteps also.
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