(Last Updated on : 02/12/2008)
A single visit to Rajasthan
enables one to come across Nimbahera. It is the name of a city located in the district of Chittorgarh
. A municipality has been formed so that the city can be administered in a proficient manner.
The strategic location of Nimbahera is approximately at 24.62° N and 74.68° E. It has an average height of 437 meters (1433 feet).
It is crucial to know about a town's demographical scenario before charting any type of deduction about that particular town. Over the years demographers have conducted surveys to shed light on population rates, literacy status etc. Due mention should be made of the census report published in the year 2001. According to the report, Nimbahera has shown a total population measuring 53,323. Out of which, male populace constitutes 52% of the population with the female evaluating at 48%.
Literacy rates also counts as vital information. It is to be noted that the average literacy rate of Nimbahera comprises 67%, which is scores higher than 59.5 %, India's average literacy rate. Specifications about male and female literacy can also be deciphered. Male literacy constitutes 76%, while the percentage of female literacy is as low as 58 %. 15% of the total population is beneath six years of age.
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