(Last Updated on : 04/02/2009)
Beldubi is a census town situated in the Howrah district in the state of West Bengal in eastern India. The city of Howrah proper is the administrative headquarters of the district. As boundaries the district has the Hooghly River and the North 24 Parganas and the South 24 Parganas districts on the east, the Ghatal sub- division of the Midnapore West district on the west, the Hooghly district on the north, a certain part of the Arambagh sub- division of the Hooghly district on the north-west and the Midnapore East district (Tamluk sub-division) on the south.
As seen in the 2001 India census, the town of Beldubi has a population of 8983. About half the population are males and half are females and out of these, 14% are children. 62% of the population are literate, as against the nationwide literacy standard of 59.5%.
56% of the males and 44% of the females are literate. 14% of the population is children less than 6 years of age.
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