(Last Updated on : 07/02/2009)
Quite a number of towns and cities have developed in each and every state of Indian continent over the years. The state of Chattisgarh also is not an exception. It is the name of a nagar panchayat town, which is located in the district of Surguja of the same state of India.
Knowledge of salient characteristics of any city or town is not complete without developing familiarity about the demographical situation of that specific town. Thus in order to keep pace with the tradition, demographers have carried on surveys in Namna Kalan which help them to decode certain facts that are related to Namna Kalan town's demography. In this matter, one highlights the importance of the Census report that has been published in the year 2001. According to this report, the total population of Namna Kalan has been enumerated to be 8914. If one analyzes this report one can derive the condition of males, female and also that of children who are living in Namna Kalan. According to this report, male populace comprises of 52 %. Female populace constitutes 48 %. Thus it led one to deduce that number of males is more than that of females. In Namna Kalan children who are below six years of age constitute 14 % of the total population. In Namna Kalan, 14% of the population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate of Namna Kalan is essential information, which also can be traced from this report. It is said that the average literacy rate of Namna Kalan constitutes 73 %, which is higher than that of the entire nation. 59.5 percent is India's average literacy rate.
Specifications about male and female literacy rates are significant. Out of it, male literacy constitutes 79 %. However rate of female literacy is less and thus constitutes 67 %.
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