(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
Numerous towns and cities have thronged in the soils of India. Few towns also are found in northeastern state of Manipur also. Nambol is one such city, which has gained significance. For supervising its administration a municipal council has been set up.
The study of any town or city becomes incomplete unless and until one develops acquaintance with the demographical scenario of a specific town. To fulfill such motive a handful of demographers have organized numerous surveys and research works in Nambol city, which enabled them to throw light on various facets of its demography. The Censusu report that has been published in the year 2001 has caught the attention of most of the people. According to this report, the total population of Nambol has showed a measurement of 18,117. A quick glimpse of this report helps any one to identify the status of females, males and also that of children who are residing in Nambol.
Interestingly in Nambol both males and females are in equal proportion. In Nambol, 13% of the total population constitutes of children who are below six years of age
Literacy rate, a vital yardstick for measuring growth of a place, also helps one to know about Nambol's scenario as well. Since its average literacy constitutes 68 %, which is even higher than that of India, it led one to derive that Nambol is more or less a developed city. 59.5 % is India's average literacy rate. Not only a difference exists between male and female literacy rates. To be specific, male literacy of Nambol constitutes 76 %. Compared to male literacy, female literacy rate is only 59 %.
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