(Last Updated on : 16/01/2010)
Quite a number of towns and cities have thronged in the heartland of India. In the state of Rajasthan also there is no paucity of cities and towns. Niwai is one such significant city. In Rajasthan it is situated in the district of Tonk. For controlling its administration a municipality also has been established. Other important towns of India form its boundaries. Jaipur binds it in the north; in the east it is encircled by Sawai Madhopur. Also in the south Bundi and Bhilwara districts are situated. In the western side Ajmer district encircles this Niwai city.
No discussion on any town gets a concrete shape unless and until one manages to derive enough information that is related to its demographical situation. Over the years quite a handful of demographers have organized extensive surveys and thus prepared reports on the basis of facts that they have collected so far. Most prominent is the Census report that has been brought out in the year 2001. As per this report, the total population of Niwai has been enumerated to be 31,355. Out of it, male populace constitutes 53 % of the population. In comparison, female populace is quite less and thus constitutes 47 %.
Niwai has an average literacy rate of 64%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 74%, and female literacy is 51%. In Niwai, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.
For facilitating accessibility, Niwai is connected via roadways, airports and also railways. Airport at Jaipur lies only at a distance of 70 km. NH.12 (Jaipur-Jabalpur) traverses through this town.
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