(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
In the state of Tamil Nadu one finds no dearth of towns and cities that have flourished here by leaps and bounds. One such significant town is Kollankodu. It is an example of a panchayat town . Kollankodu has its location in the district of Kanniyakumari of the Tamil Nadu state of Indian subcontinent.
Discussion of any town will be complete only by developing acquaintance with the town's demographical condition. In case of Kollankodu also the same rule is applicable.
According to this report, the total population of Kollankodu has been enumerated to be 34,322. Out of it, male populace constitutes 51 %, while the population of females constitutes 49 % only. In Kollankodu town, 13 % of the total population is below six years of age.
Experts have rightly said that the literacy rate of Kollankodu serves as a vital information about this town. As has been mentioned in this report, its average literacy rate constitutes 72 %, which is even higher that of India thereby confirming to the development of Kollankodu. %9.5 % is the average literacy rate of Indian subcontinent. Education has been given priority and it is evident from high rates of its male and female literacy.
In other words, 74 % male literacy rate of Kollankodu, while female literacy rate is 70 %.
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