(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
Following the tradition of the whole of Indian continent it is imperative that one comes across a number of towns and cities that have thronged the states. The same phenomenon has occurred in the state of Bihar as well. Khusrupur is a city and also a notified area, lying in the district of Patna of the same state of India.
Down the years a number of demographers have organized surveys and research works that have thrown some light on various aspects of its demography. After conducting numerous surveys the demographers also have prepared extensive reports on the basis of their findings. In this regard a special mentioning may be made of the Census report that has been issued forth in the year 2001. According to this report Khusrupur has showed a population measurement of 12,185. Just like many other places of India, in Khusrupur also male populace constitutes 53 % of the population. Female populace is much less constituting 47 % of the total population. In Khusrupur, children who are below six years of age constitute 17 % of the total population.
From the report one also can decipher information about the literacy condition of Khusrupur. It is noted that the average literacy rate of Khusrupur constitutes 54 %, even lower than that of India, which comprises of 59.5 %. However males have developed propensity for education, which is quite apparent from its high male literacy rate constituting 62 %. Female literacy rate of Khusrupur is less thereby constituting 45 %.
From the perspective of the whole district more information also has been duly gathered. To sustain their livelihood people have taken up the occupation of agriculture. Main crops that are produced here include oilseeds, paddy, maize, pulses and wheat. Rice or paddy also is grown in an area comprising 1/3 rd of the sowing region. Industrial goods like leather, handicrafts, and agro - processing products also are found here. Being an integral part of the district it is evident that people of Khusrupur too strides into the footsteps of the district people.
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