(Last Updated on : 27-09-2018)
Chandpur is a census town in Barrackpore subdivision in North 24 Parganas
district in the state of West Bengal
. This town is a part of Kolkata
Geography of Chandpur
Chandpur is located at 22.52 ° N and 88.12 ° E with an average elevation of 6 meters. The cluster of census towns around and near the Sodepur
Road, between Panihati and New Barrackpur is formed with Muragachha, Talbandha, Chandpur and Teghari.
Demography of Chandpur
According to 2001 census, Chandpur had a population of about 8843. Males comprise of 51% of the population while females consist of 49% of the population .Chandpur has a literacy rate of about 68% which is higher than the national standard of 59.5%. The male literacy rate is 74% and the female literacy rate is 61%. 12% of the population is below 6 years of age.
Transportation of Chandpur
Chandpur is connected to both Kalyani Expressway and Sodepur-Madhyamgram road and local roads link Chandpur via these roads. The nearest railway stations are Madhyamgram railway station on the Sealdah-Bangaon line and the Sodepur station on the Sealdah-Ranaghat line.
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