(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
While introspecting the states of India it is apparent that one comes across numerous towns and cities that have developed here by leaps and bounds. The state of Uttar Pradesh is not an exception. Amongst several towns one distinguishes Koraon as a significant place. Koraon is a nagar panchayat town in the district of Allahabad of Uttar Pradesh state of India. It lies at a distance of 20 km south of Meja.
In order to study a district or place in the true sense it is imperative that a person should first be acquainted with its demography quite well. Thus a multiple demographers have been bestowed upon with the charge of gathering facts that are related to its demography. A special mentioning is a must regarding the census report of a particular year. Being issued forth in the year 2001 it enlightens certain data like literacy rate, population status etc. According to this report the total population of Koraon has showed a measurement of 12,137. Besides one also can catch hold of number of males and females who are living in Koraon. Just like other places of India, the number of males is more than that of females. It is evident from the literacy rates of both males and females of Koraon. To be specific, male populace constitutes 53 %, while the population of females constitutes 47 %.
Literacy rate of Koraon is vital in informing people about its true characteristics. It is noted that the average literacy rate is 56 %, which is even lower than that of the entire nation. 59.5 % is the average literacy rate of Indian subcontinent. Specifications about male and female literacy rates are significant. Males are erudite which constitutes 68 %. Rate of female literacy is less, which constitutes 44 %. In Koraon town, children who are below six years of age constitute 20 % of the total population.
To facilitate accessibility, Koraon is well connected by rails and airports. Manda Road Railway Station and Varanasi Airport lie in vicinity.
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