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Vengoor
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Vengoor
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Vengoor
Vengoor (India)
Coordinates: 10°08′29″N76°32′58″E / 10.1413448°N 76.5495397°E / 10.1413448; 76.5495397 Coordinates: 10°08′29″N76°32′58″E / 10.1413448°N 76.5495397°E / 10.1413448; 76.5495397
Country India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Taluk Aluva
Elevation
66 m (217 ft)
Population
 (2011)
  Total10,961
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
2011 census code627943
Nearest cityAngamaly
Vidhan Sabha constituencyAngamaly

Vengoor is a village in the Ernakulam district of Kerala, India. It is located in the Angamaly Municipality. [1]

Vengoor stretches from double palam which is not double anymore to the culvert near shapumpadi bus stop. Vengoor has 2 schools, a church, one temple and two convents. Vengoor belongs to Angamaly municipality and it determines one of the boundary lines of the same.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census of India, Vengoor has 2797 households. The literacy rate of the village is 86.88%. [2]

Demographics (2011 Census) [2]
TotalMaleFemale
Population1096153325629
Children aged below 6 years945453492
Scheduled caste 1053495558
Scheduled tribe 311219
Literates952347254798
Workers (all)490932431666
Main workers (total)376526511114
Main workers: Cultivators578457121
Main workers: Agricultural labourers793472321
Main workers: Household industry workers443212
Main workers: Other23501690660
Marginal workers (total)1144592552
Marginal workers: Cultivators1279136
Marginal workers: Agricultural labourers504226278
Marginal workers: Household industry workers19811
Marginal workers: Others494267227
Non-workers605220893963

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References

  1. "Kerala villages" (PDF). Land Records Information Systems Division, NIC. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
  2. 1 2 "Ernakulam district census data". 2011 Census of India . Directorate of Census Operations. Retrieved 17 August 2015.