Multitudes of towns and cities have developed in every hook and corner of the continent of India. In the state of Maharashtra itself one can come across a number of towns and cities. Nimbhore Budruk remains stand apart amongst other places. In fact it is a census town. Nimbhore Budruk is situated in the district of Jalgaon of Maharashtra. It lies at a distance of 30 km from Imphal along the Tiddim Road.
Tracking down the latest updates of demography is necessary for a person for identifying the characteristics features of a particular town. Thus a handful of demographers are employed so that they could successfully conduct surveys and research works. In the midst of several reports one cannot ignore the significance of a census report. Being issued forth in the year 2001, it highlights certain demographical facts like literacy rates, population status etc. According to this report, the total population of Nimbhore Budruk has been counted to be 8449. Out of it, male populace constitutes 53 %, while the population of females constitutes 47 % only. In Nimbhore Budruk, 9 % of the population constitutes of children who are below years of age.
From the report one can also decipher facts about Nimbhore Budruk town's literacy status. In fact literacy condition is a yardstick for gauging a town's progress and development. Thus it is noted that the average literacy rate of Nimbhore Budruk constitutes 83 %, which is even higher than that of the entire nation. This led one to conclude Nimbhore Budruk is more or less a developed town. 59.5 % is India's average literacy rate. By analyzing the report in details one an also identify the rates of male and female literacy separately. To be specific, male literacy rate constitutes 87 %. Female literacy rate also is as high as 78 %.
More lines can be added about Jalgaon district. Since Nimbhore Budruk is a part of this district it is natural that local people of the particular town too follow the same trend and tradition. Agriculture is one of the occupations of the district people. Horticulture and grain trading also are rampant in this district. This district is famed as being the highest banana-producing district in the entire nation. From here bananas also are exported to foreign countries as well. Other things like cotton crop, pulses, gold, wholesale teas also are found here.
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