(Last Updated on : 24/05/2014)
Naraini is the name of a residential locale, which lies in the district of Banda
of the Uttarakhand
state of India.
Over the years several demographers have conducted surveys and research works with the sole purpose of depicting light on the demography of this Naraini place. It is due to their sincere efforts a handful of reports have been formulated. The most significant is the Census report that has been bring forth in the year 2001. As per this report, Naraini has showed a population counting of 13,124. Similar to other areas in Naraini females are less than male residents. This fact has been proven from the individual literacy rates. Thus male populace constitutes 54percent. At about 46 % is the total female population of Naraini. In Naraini, 18 % of the population is below six years of age.
The literacy rate of Naraini too acts as vital information. In Naraini, the average literacy rate comprises of 57 percent, which is even lower than that of the entire nation. National average literacy rate is 59.5percent. Specifications about male and female literacy rates too can be deciphered from this Census report. Just like male population, its literacy too is high thereby pinpointing the propensity of Naraini males towards education and learning. 66 percent is male literacy rate. However female literacy constitutes 45 percent only.
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