The strategic location of Khutar too is significant and also helps to identify it in a much better way. It lies approximately at 28.2° N 80.28° E. It rises to a height of 162 meters or 531 feet above the mean sea level.
Over the years eminent demographers have organized surveys and research works so that they could throw light about Khutar town's demography. To fulfill such motives, a handful of demographers have been conducted in Khutar and also inferred several reports that are prepared on the basis of their findings. In this regard a special mentioning may be made of the Census report that has been brought out in the year 2001. According to this report the total population of Khutar showed a population count of 14,219. Certain data like males, females and also children have been deduced from it. Thus male populace constitutes 53 % of the total population. Female population of Khutar is much less constituting 47 % only. Children who are below six years of age constitute 18 % of the total population. In Khutar, 18 % of the total population is below six years of age.
Experts also have derived few important points about Khutar. As far as the average literacy rate of Khutar is concerned, it constitutes 51 %, which is even lower than 59.5 %, the average literacy rate of India. Like the population status, rate of female literacy of Khutar is less than that of males. In other words 60 %, and 40 % are rates of male and female literacy of Khutar.
To facilitate accessibility, this Khutar town is well connected by rails, airports etc. Sehramau Railway Station, lying on the 'Pilibhit-Sitapur railway line', Amausi Airport lie in close proximity.