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Census of India 2011

KARNATAKA

SERIES-30 PART XII-A

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK


UDUPI

VILLAGE AND TOWN DIRECTORY

DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS


KARNATAKA
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CENSUS OF INDIA 2011
KARNATAKA

SERIES-30 PART XII-A

DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK


UDUPI

VILLAGE AND TOWN DIRECTORY

DIRECTORATE OF CENSUS OPERATIONS


KARNATAKA

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Motif

CHATURMUKHA BASADI

Chaturmukha Basadi is situated at Karkala town of This is the most celebrated structural temple in
Udupi district. Karkala or ancient Pandyanagari attained Karkala and is referred to as Tribhuvana-tilaka-Jina-
political and cultural importance from the time of Kalasa- Caityalaya and Ratnatraya-dhama in inscriptions. The
Karkala established by the Bhairarasa Odeyas (thirteenth Chaturmukha Basadi is built in the form of a square Mantapa,
to sixteenth century A.D.) who appear to be descendant of with a lofty doorway and pillared portico on each of its four
the Santara chiefs, ruling over the Western Ghat region in sides and a pillared Verandah running all round over which
about tenth-eleventh century A.D. The Basadi is cruciform rests a massive eave. The roof is flat and formed of massive
in plan and has four identical looking entrances from the granite slabs. It has life size statues of three Tirthankaras
four quarters leading to the Garbhagriha and hence is besides small images of 24 Tirthankaras and Padmavati
popularly known as ‘Chaturmukha Basadi’. It was built Yakshi in black stone.
around 1586 A.D., by Bhairavendra II, the Kalasa-Karkala
ruler. Source-Archaeological Survey of India
CONTENTS
Page No.
Map of the district i
Inner Cover Page iii
Motif v
Contents vii
Foreword ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xiii
History and scope of the District Census Handbook xv
Brief history of the district xvii
Analytical Note
i) Physical features ((1) Location and size ,(2) Physiography, (3) Drainage, (4) Climate, (5) Winds, 1
(6) Rainfall pattern, (7) Forestry, (8) Geology and Soils, (9) Flora and Fauna, (10) Cropping pattern,
(11) Irrigation, (12) Natural Wealth, (13) Animal Husbandry, (14) Veterinary Services, (15) Fisheries,
(16) Industries, (17) Trade and Commerce, (18) Transport and Communication , (19) Electricity and Power
ii) Census Concepts 13
iii) Non- Census Concepts 18
iv) 2011 Census Findings 25
v) Brief analysis of PCA data based on inset tables 1 to 35 28
vi) Brief analysis of the Village Directory and Town Directory data based on inset tables 36 to 45 54
vii) Archaeology 61
viii) Brief description of places of religious, historical importance in villages 62
and places of tourist interest in the towns of the district
ix) Scope of village and Town Directory - Column heading wise explanation and coverage of data 64
Village and Town Directory
Brief Note on Village and Town Directory 73
1.1 Section I- Village Directory
(a) List of villages merged in towns and outgrowths at 2011 Census 74
(b) CD Block Maps showing Tahsil boundary 75
(c ) Alphabetical list of Villages along with Location Code 2001 and 2011 78
(d) CD Block wise Village Directory in prescribed format 88
(e ) Appendices to Village Directory
Appendix -I: Summary showing total number of villages having Educational, Medical and 190
other amenities in villages - CD Block level
Appendix -I A: Villages by number of Primary Schools 194
Appendix -I B: Villages by Primary, Middle and Secondary Schools 194
Appendix -I C: Villages with different sources of drinking water facilities available 194
Appendix -II: Villages with 5,000 and above population which do not have one or more 195
amenities available
Appendix -III: Land utilization data in respect of Census towns 196
Appendix -IV: CD Block wise list of inhabited villages where no amenity other than drinking 196
water facility is available
Appendix -V: Summary showing number of Villages not having Scheduled Caste population 197

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Appendix -VI: Summary showing number of Villages not having Scheduled Tribe population 197
Appendix -VII A: List of villages according to the proportion of the Scheduled Castes to the 197
total population by ranges
Appendix -VII B: List of villages according to the proportion of the Scheduled Tribes to the 202
total population by ranges
Appendix -VIII Number of Villages under each Gram Panchayat( C.D Blockwise) 205
1.2 Section II- Town Directory
(a) Town Directory Statement I - Status and Growth History 208
(b) Town Directory Statement II - Physical aspects and location of towns, 2009 212
(c ) Town Directory Statement III - Civic and other amenities, 2009 214
(d) Town Directory Statement IV - Medical facilities, 2009 216
(e) Town Directory Statement V - Educational, Recreational and Cultural facilities, 2009 218
(f) Town Directory Statement VI - Industry and Banking, 2009 222
(g) Town Directory Statement VII - Civic and other amenities in Slums, 2009 224
(h) Appendix to Town Directory - Towns showing their outgrowth with population 226

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FOREWORD

1. The District Census Handbook (DCHB) is an important publication of the Census Organization since 1951. It
contains both Census and non Census data of urban and rural areas for each District. The Census data provide information
on demographic and socio-economic characteristics of population at the lowest administrative unit i.e. of each Village and
Town and ward of the District. The Primary Census Abstract (PCA) part of this publication contains Census data including
data on household amenities collected during 1st.phase of the Census i.e. House Listing and Housing Census. The non
Census data presented in the DCHB is in the form of Village Directory and Town Directory contain information on various
infrastructure facilities available in the village and town viz; education, medical, drinking water, communication and transport,
post and telegraph, electricity, banking, and other miscellaneous facilities. Later on, the Telegraph Services were closed
by the Government of India on 15th. July, 2013. The data of DCHB are of considerable importance in the context of planning
and development at the grass-root level.
2. In the 1961 Census, DCHB provided a descriptive account of the District, administrative statistics, Census tables
and Village and Town Directory including Primary Census Abstract. This pattern was changed in 1971 Census and the
DCHB was published in three parts: Part-A related to Village and Town Directory, Part-B to Village and Town PCA and
Part-C comprised analytical report, administrative statistics, District Census tables and certain analytical tables based on
PCA and amenity data in respect of Villages. The 1981 Census DCHB was published in two parts: Part-A contained Village
and Town Directory and Part-B the PCA of Village and Town including the SCs and STs PCA up to Tahsil/Town levels.
New features along with restructuring of the formats of Village and Town Directory were added. In Village Directory, all
amenities except electricity were brought together and if any amenity was not available in the referent Village, the distance
in broad ranges from the nearest place having such an amenity, was given.
3. The pattern of 1981 Census was followed by and large for the DCHB of 1991 Census except the format of PCA.
It was restructured. Nine-fold industrial classification of main workers was given against the four-fold industrial classification
presented in the 1981 Census. In addition, sex wise population in 0-6 age group was included in the PCA for the first time
with a view to enable the data users to compile more realistic literacy rate as all children below 7 years of age had been
treated as illiterate at the time of 1991 Census. One of the important innovations in the 1991 Census was the Community
Development Block (CD Block) level presentation of Village Directory and PCA data instead of the traditional Tahsil/Taluk/
PS level presentation.
4. As regards DCHB of 2001 Census, the scope of Village Directory was improved by including some other amenities
like banking, recreational and cultural facilities, newspapers & magazines and ‘most important commodity’ manufactured
in a Village in addition to prescribed facilities of earlier Censuses. In Town Directory, the statement on Slums was modified
and its coverage was enlarged by including details on all slums instead of ‘notified slums’.
5. The scope and coverage of Village Directory of 2011 DCHB has been widened by including a number of new
amenities in addition to those of 2001. These newly added amenities are: Pre-Primary School, Engineering College,
Medical College, Management Institute, Polytechnic, Non-formal Training Centre, Special School for Disabled,
Community Health Centre, Veterinary Hospital, Mobile Health Clinic, Medical Practitioner with MBBS Degree, Medical
Practitioner with no degree, Traditional Practitioner and faith Healer, Medicine Shop, Community Toilet, Rural Sanitary
Mart or Sanitary Hardware Outlet in the Village, Community Bio- gas, Sub Post Office, Village Pin Code, Public Call Office,
Mobile Phone Coverage, Internet Cafes/ Common Service Centre, Private Courier Facility, Auto/Modified Autos, Taxis and
Vans, Tractors, Cycle-pulled Rickshaws, Carts driven by Animals, Village connected to National Highway, State Highway,
Major District Road, and Other District Road, Availability of Water Bounded Macadam Roads in Village, ATM, Self-Help
Group, Public Distribution System(PDS) Shop, Mandis/Regular Market, Weekly Haat, Agricultural Marketing Society,
Nutritional Centers (ICDS), Anganwadi Centre, ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist), Sports Field, Public Library,

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Public Reading Room, Assembly Polling station, Birth & Death Registration Office. In the Town Directory, seven Statements
containing the details and the data of each Town have been presented viz.; (i)-Status and Growth History of Towns,(ii)-
Physical Aspects and Location of Towns, (iii)-Civic and other Amenities, (iv)-Medical Facilities, (v)-Educational, Recreational
& Cultural Facilities, (vi)- Industry & Banking, and (vii)- Civic & other amenities in Slums respectively. CD Block wise
data of Village Directory and Village PCA have been presented in DCHB of 2011 Census as presented in earlier Census.
6. The data of DCHB 2011 Census have been presented in two parts, Part-A contains Village and Town Directory
and Part-B contains Village and Town wise Primary Census Abstract. Both the Parts have been published in separate
volumes in 2011 Census.
7. The Village and Town level amenities data have been collected, compiled and computerized under the supervision
of Sri T. K. Anil Kumar, Director of Census Operations, Karnataka. The task of Planning, Designing and Co-ordination of
this publication was carried out by Dr. Pratibha Kumari, Assistant Registrar General (SS) under the guidance & supervision
of Dr. R.C.Sethi, Ex-Addl. RGI and Sri Deepak Rastogi present Addl.RGI. Sri A.P. Singh, Deputy Registrar General, (Map)
provided the technical guidance in the preparation of maps. Sri A.K. Arora, Joint Director of Data Processing Division under
the overall supervision of Sri M.S.Thapa, Addl. Director (EDP) provided full cooperation in preparation of record structure
for digitization and validity checking of Village and Town Directory data and the programme for the generation of Village
Directory and Town Directory including various analytical inset tables as well as Primary Census Abstract (PCA). The work
of preparation of DCHB, 2011 Census has been monitored in the Social Studies Division. I am thankful to all of them and
others who have contributed to bring out this publication in time.

(C.Chandramouli)
New Delhi Registrar General &
Dated : 16th June,2014 Census Commissioner, India

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PR E FAC E

Dr. C. Chandramouli, I.A.S. the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India has traced the history of the district
Census Handbooks in the foreword to the 2011 series of the District Census Handbooks (DCHBs). He has also succinctly
explained the scope and coverage of the District Census Handbooks. These volumes contain salient data on the population
for every village and town as revealed by 2011 Census. It also contains a wealth of information regarding villages and
towns which, throw some light on the circumstances in which people live and is therefore relevant to the data on the
population. This information is also of considerable importance in the context of planned development.

The District Census Handbook is divided into two parts: Part A - contains information regarding each village and town
(Village Directory and Town Directory – non census data collected from various sources) and Part B – containing the
population data collected during 2011 Census - the Primary Census Abstract (PCA). The data published in Part B was
collected during February-March 2011 in the Population Enumeration.

The process of data collection for the Village Directory and Town Directory (Part A) commenced in 2009 and the
reference date is 31.12.2009. The Village Directory formats were mailed to the Deputy Commissioners of Districts for
obtaining the village wise particulars through Village Accountants. Similarly the Town Directory formats were mailed to
the Commissioners of Corporations, Chief Officers of Town Municipal Councils, Town Panchayats, etc. The village wise
and town wise data furnished by these officers were then examined exhaustively for consistency in reporting and comparability
with the information published in the District Census Handbooks 2001. The Household Schedules, which were canvassed
to collect the population data during 2011 Census, were scanned and data captured was processed electronically through
ICR (Intelligent Character Recognition) Technology. The Primary Census Abstract (PCA) was generated centrally on the
computers by the Office of the Registrar General, India.

In compilation of the District Census Handbooks, the Census Directorate had the co-operation of various departments
of the State/Central Government. The Census Directorate gratefully acknowledges their co-operation.

I take this opportunity to offer my thanks to Dr. C.Chandramouli,I.A.S. the Registrar General & Census Commissioner,
India for his valuable guidance and support. I appreciate the supervision and support given by Sri N. Manjini, Joint Director
and also thankful to all the officers and officials of this Directorate who have been relentlessly involved in the compilation
of this volume.

I am highly grateful to Dr. Pratibha Kumari, Assistant Registrar General (SS), Dr. R.C.Sethi, Ex-Addl. RGI, Sri Deepak
Rastogi Addl. RGI. for their guidance and Sri A.P. Singh, Deputy Registrar General (Map), who provided the technical
guidance in the preparation of maps. My thanks are also due to Sri A.K. Arora, Joint Director of Data Processing Division
for generating the final formats of this publication under the overall supervision of Sri M.S.Thapa, Addl. Director (EDP),
ORGI.

Bangalore T.K.Anil Kumar


Date: 16th June, 2014 Director
DCO, Karnataka

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
OFFICERS/OFFICIALS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT

Overall Supervision and Guidance


Sri N. Manjini, Joint Director

DCHB SECTION
Smt. D. Helen Premakumari, Deputy Director

Sri R. Vasudevan, Assistant Director Dr. H. M.Maralusiddaiah, Assistant Director


Sri B.K. Ramanjanappa, Assistant Director Smt. Sweta Nandwana, S. I. Gr. I
Smt. M. N. Rathna, S. I. Gr. I Smt. S. M. Vasantha Kumari, S. I. Gr.I
Sri K.G. Girish Kumar, S. I. Gr. II Sri P. Jayesh, S. I. Gr. II
Smt. P.K.Shiji, S. I. Gr. II Sri Sujoy Das, S. I. Gr. II
Sri S. B. Syamkumar, S. I. Gr. II Sri K.S. Raviprakash, S. I. Gr. II
Sri K. M. Mallikarjuna Swamy, S. I. Gr. II Sri B. S. Ravishankar, Senior Compiler
Sri P. Vimesh, Compiler Sri Dinesh V. Ambade, Compiler
Smt. V. C. Nisha, Compiler Sri M. Venkataramana, Assistant Compiler

C& T Section

Sri K. V. Rajeswara Rao, Assistant Director

Smt. B. L. Sarala Devi, S. I. Gr. II Sri R. Nagendra Prasad, S. I. Gr. II


Sri Traver John, Senior Compiler Sri B. R. Raghu Nayaka, Compiler
Sri C. V. Ram Kumar, Compiler
Map Section
Smt. M. G. Mangala, Research Officer

Smt. Jyoti Singh, Senior Geographer Sri N. Srinivas Murthy, Senior Geographer
Smt. A. A. Geetha, Senior Draftsman Smt. M.S. Poornima, Senior Draftsman
Sri S. Rajendra Kumar, Senior Draftsman Sri Shivakant Shekar, Draftsman
Sri.B.G. Chandrashekar, S. I. Gr. II Sri M.S. Manjunatha, Compiler

ORGI – Data Processing Division


Sri Jaspal Singh Lamba, DD (EDP)

Ms. Usha, AD (EDP) Sri Anurag Gupta, DPA Grade ‘A’


Sri Mukesh Kumar Mahawar, DPA Grade’A’ Ms. Shagufta Nasreen Bhat, DPA Grade ‘A’
Ms. Kiran Bala Saxena, Sr.Supervisor Sri Khem Verma Jadson, Sr. Consultant
Sri Yashwant Singh, Jr. Consultant Sri Shailendar Kumar Vats, Jr. Consultant
Sri Pawan Kumar Sharma, Jr. Consultant Sri Anuj Kumar, Jr. Consultant

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HISTORY AND SCOPE OF THE DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK

The need of data at the grass root level for the large for the DCHB of 1991 Census except the format of
administrative and planning purposes at sub micro level PCA. It was restructured. Nine-fold industrial
as well as academic studies prompted the innovation of classification of main workers was given against the
District Census Handbook. District Census Handbook four-fold industrial classification presented in the 1981
is a unique publication from the Census organization census. In addition, sex wise population in 0-6 age group
which provides most authentic details of census and was included in the PCA for the first time with a view
non-census information from village and town level to to enable the data users to compile more realistic literacy
district level. The District Census Handbook was firstly rate as all children below 7 years of age had been treated
introduced during the 1951 Census. It contains both as illiterate at the time of 1991 census. One of the
census and non census data of urban as well as rural important innovations in the 1991 census was the
areas for each district. The census data contain several Community Development Block (CD Block) level
demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the presentation of village directory and PCA data instead
lowest administrative unit i.e. of each village and town of the traditional tahsil/taluk/PS level presentation.
and ward of the district. The non census data comprise As regards DCHB of 2001 Census, the scope of
of data on availability of various civic amenities and Village Directory was improved by including some other
infrastructural facilities etc. at the town and village level amenities like banking, recreational and cultural
which constitute Village Directory and Town Directory facilities, newspapers & magazines and ‘most important
part of the DCHB. The data of DCHB are of considerable commodity’ manufactured in a village in addition to
importance in the context of planning and development prescribed facilities of earlier censuses. In Town
at grass-root level. Directory, the statement on Slums was modified and its
In 1961 census DCHB provided a descriptive coverage was enlarged by including details on all slums
account of the district, administrative statistics, census instead of ‘notified slums’.
tables and village and town directory including Primary The scope and coverage of Village Directory of 2011
Census Abstract. This pattern was changed in 1971 DCHB has been widened by including a number of new
Census and the DCHB was published in three parts: amenities in addition to those of 2001. In the Town
Part-A related to village and town directory, Part-B to Directory, seven Statements containing the details and
village and town PCA and Part-C comprised analytical the data of each town have been presented viz.; (i)-
report, administrative statistics, district census tables Status and Growth History of towns,(ii)- Physical
and certain analytical tables based on PCA and amenity Aspects and Location of Towns, (iii)-Civic and other
data in respect of villages. The 1981 census DCHB was Amenities, (iv)-Medical Facilities, (v)-Educational,
published in two parts: Part-A contained village and Recreational & Cultural Facilities, (vi)- Industry &
town directory and Part-B the PCA of village and town Banking, and (vii)- Civic & other amenities in Slums
including the SCs and STs PCA up to tahsil/town levels. respectively. CD Block wise data of Village Directory
New features along with restructuring of the formats of and Village PCA have been presented in DCHB of 2011
village and town directory were added into it. In Village census as presented in earlier census. The data of DCHB
Directory, all amenities except electricity were brought 2011 Census have been presented in two parts, Part-A
together and if any amenity was not available in the contains Village and Town Directory and Part-B contains
referent village, the distance in broad ranges from the Village and Town wise Primary Census Abstract. Both
nearest place having such an amenity, was given. the Parts have been published in separate volumes in
The pattern of 1981 census was followed by and 2011 Census.

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BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT

“Udupi” is derived from the word “Udupa” which the territory between Kanyakumari (Cape Comorian) in
means Moon in Sanskrit and is associated with the South and Thana in Maharashtra in the north, claims its
establishment of the ancient Chandramouleshwara temple. origin with the land reclaimed by Parashurama, one of the
Geographically the region is separated from the rest of south ten avatars of Vishnu by throwing a hatchet from the peaks
interior peninsula by the towering heights of the Western of the western ghats to Arabian sea. Parashurama is said
Ghats. The district Udupi was carved out from the erstwhile to have brought Brahmins from Aryavartha to settle in this
Dakshina Kannada district during 1997. Headquarter of the tract. The temple of Renuka on the Kunjaragiri hill near
district is Udupi and the district is named after its Udupi is believed to have been built in honour of his mother
headquarter. The place where Udupa (Chandra or Moon) by Parashurama himself.
performed penance to ward off the curse by Daksha Prajapati According to the inscriptions, the earliest known
and obtained grace is known as “Udupi”. Udupi is famous rulers of this region were the Chutus (Tulus). Between 200
for its temple enshrining Lord Krishna. The district is located A.D. and 600 A.D. the Kadambas, the Brahmin kings of
at the foot of Western Ghats running along the west coast Banavasi ruled over this tract till they were defeated by the
of Karnataka. Apart from Udupi Sri Krishna temple, the Chalukya king Kirtivarma. But the influence of the Kadambas
other important temples in the district are Kollur as feudatory princes under successive dynasties -
Mookambika, Hattiyangadi Ganapathi, etc. Dravidian form Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas and Vijayanagar emperors
of worship of the Cobra, spirits and trees are prevalent in continued for some time. In about 575 A.D. the reign of
the district. Jainism spread from its spiritual centres at Western Chalukyas commenced and they appointed the
Sravanabelagola, Karkal, Koppala, etc. Its principles of Alupas to rule the region as their feudatories. But the
Ahimsa and of spiritual self-reliance had a special appeal. Alupas being powerful, asserted their own rights and
The world famous Gomateshwara statue, which is 41½ feet declared independence. But Pulikeshi II of Western
high and other Jain temples are at Karkal in Udupi district. Chalukyas subjugated them. Pallavas ruled the region
One among the triad of “three great Acharyas” was between 642 A.D .and 653 A.D. after which the country
Madhwa born in 1238 A.D. near Udupi (Pajaka Kshethra). went back to the western Chalukyas, with Alupas as their
He taught the Dwaita doctrine, the doctrine characterised feudatories till 757 A.D. It is said that Alupas continued to
by unqualified dualism and devotion to lord Vishnu. He remain the feudatories of the new overlords till 770 A.D.
founded eight pontifical seats at Udupi for the worship of Thereafter for nearly a hundred years till the first quarters
Lord Krishna, whose temple also he erected and is famous of the 10th century A.D., nothing much is known about the
as “Udupi Sri Krishna temple”. history of the Alupas. The headquarters of Alupas from
Udyawara to Barakuru (Barkur) has taken place during this
Christianity started to exert its real influence from 17th
period of time. For some time this area was under the Hoysala
century onwards, gathering momentum in 19th century. It
rule and then under the Vijayanagara rulers. Keladi Nayakas
is said that the earliest Christian settlement appears to have
have ruled this area since 1554 A.D. to about 200 years. It
been at Kalyanpur near Udupi, where it is said a Christian
was during this period that the fort at Barkur was built by
Bishop used to reside much earlier. Number of churches
them. In 1763 A.D. Hyder Ali of Srirangapatna conquered
were established near Udupi. Prominent among them being
this area and established his reign and thereafter his son
the Churches around Kalyanpur, Brahmavar, Shirva and
Tipu Sultan reigned till 1799 A.D. After the defeat of Tipu
Belman. Perhaps the advent of modern education in this
Sultan by the British during 1799 A.D., the district was
area is attributed to the churches and their activities.
attached to the Madras province under the British
The historic name of the district was “Tuluva” or Government, till 1947 when the country got Independence.
“Tulunadu” which was changed to South Kanara and then Thereafter till 1956, it continued in the Madras Province
to Dakshina Kannada, now bifurcated into Dakshina and then became a part of Mysore State when the re-
Kannada and Udupi districts. The district, like the rest of organisation of linguistic States constituted in the country.

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ANALYTICAL NOTE

ANALYTICAL NOTE

PHYSICAL FEATURES forms the eastern boundary of the district. In the northern
portion of the mountainous range there are steep cliffs
Udupi district lies in the coastal region and is situated
whereas in the southern portion there are parallel ridges
at the foot of Western Ghats running along the West Coast
intersected by deep valleys. The most important mountains
of Karnataka. Udupi is located at the southwest corner of
of this district is the peak of Kodachadri, about 27 km. from
the Karnataka State. It has the greatest extent of 98 km. from
Kundapura, which is 1,341 metres (4,400 feet) high.
north to south and 66 km. from east to west covering a total
geographical area of 3,582 sq.km. The most conspicuous (3) Drainage
areas of very high and very low area of the district are The main drainage of the district is westwards. As the
located at 100 and 500 metres of contour lines above the Western Ghats are located on the eastern part of the district,
mean sea level respectively. the rivers and streams of this district necessarily flow from
(1) Location and Size east to west. The rainfall of the southwest monsoon which
is very heavy and the broken nature of the area are
Situated on the western coastal side, the district lies responsible for the rise of a number of rivers and streams
between North Latitude 130 8’ and 140 and East longitude and also the great volume of water in them at monsoon
740 30’ and 750 13’. Udupi district is bound on the north by times. During the monsoon, the current in these rivers is
Uttara Kannada, on the east by Shimoga and Chikmagalur, rapid rendering them unfavourable as a means of
on the south by Dakshina Kannada districts and on the communications. In the dry weather, the rocky character of
west by the Arabian Sea. The district has a coastal line, the riverbeds is exposed and they are not usually navigable
which is nearly 100 km. in length with rich marine output for any length above the reach of tidal influence. Varahi,
with beautiful beaches, verdant Western Ghats, abundant Gangolli, Sitandi and the Swarna are the important rivers.
religious and spiritual centres. In the monsoon season all the rivers and streams become
(2) Physiography swollen due to heavy rains and some of them overflow their
banks, inundating the surrounding areas. But they do not
The district comprises a long and narrow strip of
last long, for they retrieve to their normal positions within
territory running north by south and is about 100 km. It has
a short period.
a coastline of about the same length. The breadth varies
between 10 km. at the narrowest northern most tips and is (4) Climate
about 40-45 km. at the broadest portion. This small district The climate of this district is marked by heavy rainfall,
is seems to consist of six natural divisions. The coastline, high humidity and oppressive weather in the hot seasons.
which is lone and sandy, is indented by numerous bays and The year may be divided into four seasons. The hot season
creeks, which have been formed by river estuaries. The from March to May is followed by the Southwest monsoon
landscape forms a broken lone plateau spreading out from season from June to September. October and November
the foot of the Western Ghats towards the Arabian Sea and constitute the retreating monsoon or post-monsoon season.
is characterised by several watercourses and numerous December to February may be called the northeast monsoon,
valleys containing rich alluvial soils. In the north, particularly although the rains associated with the northeast monsoon
in the Kundapura taluk, the Western Ghats are nowhere cease after December and the rest of the season is generally
more than 40 km. from the sea and at one point there is an dry. May is the hottest month during which the maximum
extent of only about 10 km. of plain land and it is here that temperature would be around 400 C and the minimum stays
the northern boundary of this district and the southern around 220 C.
boundary of the Uttara Kannada district meet. The scarp- (5) Winds
edge of the Western Ghats, the peaks of which vary in
Generally winds are strong and are mainly westerly or
altitude from 910 to 1830 metres Mean Sea Level (MSL),
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the rest of the year, winds are mainly from the directions September. The rainfall increases from the coast towards
between north and east in the forenoons and westerly or the Western Ghats on the eastern border of the district. In
north westerly in the afternoons. The district experiences
the coastal strip in the northern part of the district, in the
a special weather conditions during the period April to June
Bhatkal-Baindoor region, the rainfall is heavier than in the
where thunderstorms occur for about three to six days in
a month and during post monsoon months of October and southern coastal strip. More than 85 percent of the annual
November, storms with heavy thunders prolong for five to rainfall is received during the southwest monsoon season;
seven days in a month. During this period the district July being the month with the heaviest rainfall. On an
receives heavy rainfall with high squally winds along the average, on 121 days in a year, the district gets rainfall.
coastal belt.
However the amount of rainfall as also the number of rainy
(6) Rainfall pattern days varies considerably within the district. The weather
The district falls under coastal agro-climatic zones of conditions of the district are well suited for the cultivation
the state. The district has a good network of registered rain of paddy in the fields and for raising plantation crops like
gauge stations, 14 in Kundapura taluk, 9 in Karkal taluk and Arecanut, Coconut and Banana on the slopes of hills and
5 in Udupi taluk. The main rainy season is from June to in the valleys.

TALUK WISE RAINFALL PATTERN, UDUPI DISTRICT


Name of the Taluk Statistical Parameters Pre Monsoon South West Northeast Annual Rainfall
Monsoon Monsoon
1 2 3 4 5 6
Kundapura taluk Average Rainfall(Mm) 224 3498 238 3960
Minimum Rainfall (Mm) 42 2380 31 2963
Maximum Rainfall (Mm) 734 5261 585 5897
Standard Deviation (Mm) 191 611 125 642
C.V(%) 85 17 53 16
Udupi taluk Average Rainfall(Mm) 260 3404 277 3941
Minimum Rainfall (Mm) 51 2340 90 2744
Maximum Rainfall (Mm) 945 4939 736 6336
Standard Deviation (Mm) 205 572 153 645
C.V(%) 79 17 55 16
Karkal taluk Average Rainfall(Mm) 258 4076 432 4766
Minimum Rainfall (Mm) 55 2426 136 3242
Maximum Rainfall (Mm) 732 5984 990 6583
Standard Deviation (Mm) 174 790 186 821
C.V(%) 67 19 43 17

Source: Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Centre

The average rainfall in the district ranges from 3941 (85 per cent) being in Kundapur Taluk. The co-efficient
mm in Udupi taluk to 4766 mm in Karkala Taluk. Among of variation for south- west monsoon ranges from 17 to
the taluks in the district the premonsoon rainfall 19 per cent, the highest being in Karkala taluk. The co-
contributes 5 to 7 per cent of the annual rainfall, south efficient of variation for north east monsoon ranges from
west monsoon contributes 86 to 88 per cent and north 43 to 55 per cent, the highest being in Udupi taluk. The
east monsoon contributes 6 to 9 per cent of the annual co-efficient of variation for annual rainfall ranges from 16
rainfall. The co-efficient of variation ranges from 67 to 85 to 17 per cent. Karkala taluk experiences high variability
per cent for pre monsoon season, the highest variability of rainfall.

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(7) Forestry reeds and canebrakes are found in abundance on the


slopes of Western Ghats in the district. The pineapple was
Geographically the region is separated from the rest
perhaps introduced into the district by the Portuguese
of south interior peninsula by the towering heights of
and now it grows in considerable quantity all over the
the Western Ghats The slopes of the Western Ghats are
district. Turmeric is chiefly found in the Karkal taluk but
clothed with dense forests containing valuable timber
is grown in small patches all over the district. Ginger,
species. The heavy rainfall in this area stimulates the
cardamom, plantains, pepper are some of the crops which
growth of the forests, which sometimes, begin with a few
are grown in the district.
kilometres of the seacoast. Generally, dense forest begins
about 30 to 40 km. from the coast. Six types of forests are Fauna: A large extent of forestlands in the districts affords
found in the State. Of these, the district is naturally a safe home to wild animals of the type generally found
blessed with evergreen, semi-evergreen and moist forests. in Southern India. Bison, Sambar, Spotted deer, Wild Boars,
As per the statistics provided by the Directorate of Monkeys, Rabbits, Foxen, Porcupine, Mongoose,
Economics and Statistics, out of the 358200 hectares of Squirrels, etc. are amongst the important types of animals
the total geographical area, 100102 hectares are covered found in the district. Among the reptiles, Cobras, Python,
under forest forming about 27.9 per cent of total Rat Snakes and the harmless green whip snakes are found
geographical area. Dense forest areas are more in in all parts of the district. The rivers, streams and the sea
Kundapura and Karkal taluks. abound in a variety of fishes. Among the insects,
butterflies and moths are found in great variety. The
(8) Geology & Soils
number of leaf insects and the stick insects is also
Geographically, the district contains rock formation considerable. The only economically valuable insect is
belonging to the earliest period of the earth’s history, namely the bee, which builds its nest on the higher branches of
the Archean epoch; except on the coastal strip. The coastal the lofty trees or in the clefts of rocks. Birds such as
region contains recent and sub-recent deposits and the Peafowl, Jungle fowl and Spur fowl are seen in the forests.
lateritic formations. The older metamorphic rocks constitute Partridges are not very common but Pigeons of several
mainly the Dharwars and these are represented by the kinds are found. Domestic animals reared in this district
banded ferruginous quartzite and by the talc and hornblende are cattle, goats, buffaloes, sheep, horses and donkeys.
schist. Pigs of the common country breed are reared by some
The soils of the district are essentially derived from the people. Fowls are kept by a large number of households.
coastal strip. The soil is of a lateritic type characterized by Particular attention is even now paid to the rearing of
a high iron and aluminium content. This variety usually gamecocks, since cock fighting is a favourite pastime of
occurs in heavy rainfall zone and is suitable for crops such the people in the rural sector.
as paddy, sugarcane, areca nut, coconut, cardamom and (10) Cropping pattern
plantains. The numerous valleys and ravines however
Agriculture is an important livelihood for the people of
contain fertile alluvial soil.
Udupi besides fishing. According to the figures of 2011
(9) Flora and Fauna Census, 12.3 per cent of workers are cultivators and 12.4 per
Flora: The climatic and soil conditions of the district have cent are agricultural labourers.
promoted the spontaneous growth of plants and trees in The size of the agricultural holdings is one of the
almost all parts. The slopes of Western Ghats are clothed important factors that determine the productivity of the land.
with dense vegetation. In the coastal belt however, the The landholdings for the year 2005-06 of different size are
tree-growth is somewhat sparse. The chief timber trees are given in the following table. From the table given below it
the teak, rosewood, ben teak, kiralbhogi, Matti maravu is observed that the number of marginal holdings below
and Kada halasu. The flora is luxuriant as well as complex one hectare and small holdings of size one to two hectares
and includes species like casuarinas, cashew trees, mango constitute 91.11% of the total holdings. Only 0.23% holder
trees, etc. which are not indigenous to the area. Climbers, own land more than ten hectares.

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LAND HOLDINGS IN HECTARES 2005-06

Sl. Name of Marginal Small (1-2) Semi-Medium Medium (4-10) Large (10 and Total Holdings
No. Taluk (Below 1) (2-4) above)
Holder Area Holder Area Holder Area Holder Area Holder Area Holder Area
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

1 Kundapura 63213 19464 9364 12996 3712 9878 1198 6729 146 2748 77633 51815
2 Udupi 67389 20839 9559 13192 4439 11974 1359 7617 121 1725 82867 55347
3 Karkal 23034 9065 6760 9681 4398 12152 1936 11077 180 2615 36308 44590
Total 153636 49368 25683 35869 12549 34004 4493 25423 447 7088 196808 151752

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi.

The soil in the district is of a laterite type characterized horticultural crops. The chief crops grown are cashew nut,
by high iron and aluminium content. This variety usually mango, banana, sweet potato, sapota, brinjal, papaya,
occurs in heavy rainfall zones. This laterite type of soil is tapioca, lemon, guava, and onion. The other condiments
suitable for paddy, sugarcane, areca nut and plantation and spices produced in the district are dry chillies, turmeric,
crops like cardamom and plantain. The other oil seed crops dry ginger and black pepper. One special variety of brinjal
grown in the district are groundnuts and sesame. known locally as “Udupi Gulla” is grown in this district.
Sugarcane is the only commercial crop grown in the district. The district is also known for growing coconut and
A sizeable hectare of land is put under plantation and arecanut in plenty.

AREA, PRODUCTION AND AVERAGE YIELD OF PRINCIPAL CROPS FOR 2009-10 UNDER ALL SEASONS

Principal Crops Irrigated Un-irrigated Total


Area in Production Yield in Area in Production Yield in Area in Production Yield in
hectare in tonnes Kgs per hectare in tonnes Kgs per hectare in tonnes Kgs per
hectare hectare hectare
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Paddy 9426 32559 3636 48083 174665 3824 57509 207224 3793

Rice 9426 21716 2425 48083 116488 2550 57509 138204 2530

Jowar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bajra 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Maize 15 40 2807 0 0 0 15 40 2807

Ragi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Wheat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total small Millets - - - - - - 0 0 0

Total Cereals - - - - - - 57524 138244 2530

and Millets

Total Pulses - - - - - - 6233 2878 486

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AREA, PRODUCTION AND AVERAGE YIELD OF CROPS FOR 2009-10 UNDER ALL SEASONS

Crops Area in hectares Production in Yield in Kgs per


tonnes hectare
1 2 3 4

OIL SEEDS
Sesamum 70 28 428
Linseed 0 0 0
Nigerseed 0 0 0
Rape & Mustard 0 0 0
Sunflower 0 0 0
Soyabean 0 0 0
Safflower 0 0 0
Groundnut 2090 4479 2256
Crop Total Oil seeds 2160 4507 2196
COMMERCIAL CROPS
Cotton 0 0 0
Sugarcane 118 5373 101
Tobacco 0 0 0
Sunhemp 0 0 0
Mesta 0 0 0
PLANTATION AND HORTICULTURAL CROPS
Coconut 16224 130132 8102
Onion 0 0 0
Castor 0 0 0
Tomato 0 0 0
Brinjal 124 2015 16250
Banana 1305 23835 18264
Grapes 0 0 0
Mango 1489 2330 1565
Papaya 51 1677 33216
Cashewnut (rawnuts) 20167 15293 766
Guava 19 99 5200
Sapota 414 821 1983
Cashew nut (processed) 20167 3833 192
Lemon 38 307 8076
Sweet Potato 320 2103 6637
Potato 0 0 0
Beans 0 0 0
Cabbage 0 0 0
Tapioca 59 547 9357
Pomogranate 0 0 0
Arecanut (Raw) 5864 49084 8455
Arecanut (Processed) 5864 10461 1802

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AREA, PRODUCTION AND AVERAGE YIELD OF CROPS FOR 2009-10 UNDER ALL SEASONS

Crops Area in hectares Production in Yield in Kgs per


tonnes hectare
1 2 3 4

CONDIMENTS AND SPICES CROPS


Dry Chillies 266 586 2319
Turmeric 86 433 5032
Garlic 0 0 0
Coriander 0 0 0
Dry Ginger 94 2960 3181
Black Pepper 294 1091 375
Cardamom 0 0 0
Source: Fully revised estimates of principal crops in Karnataka for the year 2009-2010, Directorate of Economics and
Statistics, Bangalore.

(11) Irrigation at 72 metres but subsequently reduced to 49.5 metres in


There are no major irrigation projects in the district. order to reduce the submergence of forest area to the barest
The district enjoys an average annual rainfall of 4,252 mm minimum of 275 hectares. In order to provide immediate
and when compared to other districts it ranks first in the irrigation facility to the farmers, a Varahi Lift Irrigation Scheme
state in receiving the highest rainfall. The district is mostly was accorded by the Government in 1992. Under this
dependent on southwest monsoon, which receives about proposal, an extent of 2,723 hectares will be irrigated through
86-88 per cent of rainfall. The peculiar formation of the district this scheme.
on account of undulations with deep valleys interspersed (12) Natural Wealth
with ridges and tablelands makes it difficult for reclamation
Prior to the year 1960, the then undivided South Kanara
and cultivation. Moreover, the abundant water available in
district was considered to be poor in its mineral resources.
the rivers and rivulets received from heavy rainfall drains
But according to the results of the mineral survey conducted
off into the Arabian Sea without being utilized due to lack
in 1960, the district has been declared rich in several useful
of facilities for storing the monsoon showers. In the recent
mineral deposits. When compared to other taluks in the
past efforts are being made to improve the irrigation facilities
district, Kundapura is rich in its mineral wealth. The deposits
and to bring more areas under irrigation.
of bauxite are abundant in Kundapura taluk and especially
The greatest irony is that even though the district has at Paduvare near Baindoor are quite extensive. Building
bountiful rainfall and has many rivers with plenty of waters stones are also quarried in Udupi and Karkal taluks. Lateritic
received through heavy showers during the monsoon, these and limonitic iron ore occurrences are reported in Kundapura
rivers are emptying into the sea without their waters being taluk. Accumulation of lime-shell is found in the backwaters
properly utilized. In order to prevent the water being near Kundapura. The same is also reported in Udupi taluk.
discharged into the sea and also to provide irrigation for Pure white to greyish white silica sand is available along
the agricultural operations, Varahi Irrigation Project was the coastal belt of Kundapura and Udupi taluks. The sand
envisaged and was approved by the Government in 1979 as occurs as a thin layer, one to three feet in thickness, below
a plan scheme. This project was designed to provide the fine-grained brownish sand. About 15,660 T (T= Tonnes)
irrigation facility to an extent of 15,702 hectares benefiting and 58,150 T of silica sand is produced annually in
Kundapura and Udupi taluks. The project aims at Kundapura and Udupi taluks respectively. No major
constructing a pick-up dam across river Varahi at Horiyabbe minerals are found in Karkal except few minor minerals like
site near Siddapura village in Kundapura taluk by utilising black dyke, building stone and ordinary sand. The taluk-
the daily discharge of tailrace water from Varahi Hydro wise mineral resources for the district are presented in the
Electric Project. Initially the height of the dam was proposed following table.

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TALUK WISE MINERAL RESOURSES OF THE DISTRICT

Type of Mineral
Sl. No. Taluk Remarks
Major Minor
1 2 3 4 5

1 Kundapura Silica Sand/Quartz, Building stone, Black Dyke, Bauxite is abundantly


Aluminous Laterite, Bauxite Ordinary sand, Lime stone available
2 Udupi Limeshell, Silica, Building stone, Black Dyke, -
Silica Sand/Quartz Ordinary sand
3 Karkal - Building stone, Black Dyke, -
Ordinary sand
Source: Department of Mines & Geology, Govt. of Karnataka.

(13) Animal Husbandry convert them into animal products with good returns.

Livestock rearing plays an important role in the rural Particularly in this district, the climatic and topographical
economy in the district. It supplements family income features have not been conducive for livestock rearing.
from agriculture and also provides employment. It is more Despite abundance of green vegetation, the livestock
vital wherever agriculture is predominant in the society. wealth of the district is not quite impressive. The table
Farmers are dependent on animal husbandry activities to below shows the distribution of various types of livestock
utilize agricultural by-products and crop residues to in the district.

DISTRIBUTION OF LIVESTOCK POPULATION IN THE DISTRICT


Sl. No. Name of Livestock Total Livestock
1 2 3
1 Cattle 318509
2 Buffaloes 26696
3 Sheep 59
4 Goats 2730
5 Pigs 1311
6 Rabbits 423
7 Dogs 121346
8 Others 2
Total livestock 471076
Total poultry 1101159

Source: Livestock Census, 2007, Karnataka at a glance, 2010-2011, Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Bangalore.

(14) Veterinary Services

The spread of veterinary services has resulted in overall


According to Livestock Census, 2007 the total livestock
population in the district is 4,71,076 which includes cattle, improvement of animal health. In all Udupi has 94 veterinary

buffaloes, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits and dogs. The district institutions of different kinds as detailed below, catering to
the needs of the livestock population in the district. The
is the 4th largest in the State in dogs population. The total
following table gives details of the veterinary institutionsin
poultry stock is 11,01,159.
the district for the year 2009-10 .

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VETERINARY INSTITUTIONS IN THE DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR 2009-10


Sl. Taluks Veterinary Veterinary Primary Veterinary Artificial Others Total
No. hospitals dispensaries veterinary mobile insemination
centres dispensaries centres
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Kundapura 2 12 13 2 1 0 30

2 Udupi 4 17 14 1 1 0 37

3 Karkal 3 8 13 2 1 0 27

District Total: 9 37 40 5 3 0 94

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

(15) Fisheries boats and 22,580 non-mechanized boats are being used for
Udupi district has rich resources for fisheries fishing purposes. The district has 10,700 various types of
development. Its coastal line is about 100 kms. Fishing is fishing nets for the purpose. Out of 1,19,241 Fishermen
a major economic activity in the district. Udupi is known for population, 60,048 are active fishermen. By way of
marine fishing and its exports. The marine fish landing of comparison, it is higher than other districts of the state. The
Udupi district constitutes about 98,217 MT for the year Government has introduced various welfare schemes such
2008-09. During 2008-09 Udupi district accounted for 49.03% as Saving-cum-Relief Scheme, Group Accident Insurance
of the total marine fish production. Ten Fish Landing Centres for active fishermen, Fisher Woman Co-operative Societies,
(5 in Udupi taluk and 5 in Kundapura taluk) and Malpe Development of Model Fishermen villages under
Fishing Harbour and Gangolli Harbour with all necessary Matsyashraya Scheme, Motorization of Traditional Fishing
infrastructures are located in Udupi district. There are 69 Craft, Reimbursement of Central Excise duty on diesel used
Ice plants, 8 Cold Storage, 5 Freezing Plants and 4 Frozen by mechanized boats, subsidy on Sales Tax on diesel used
Storage in the district. by mechanized fishing boats and Receipt and Payment of
Though in the recent past mechanized fishing is being Distress Relief Fund to improve the socio-economic
practiced, a vast majority of the fishermen are still using the conditions of the fishermen in the coastal districts. The
traditional fishing gears. The statistics on fishery for the following table highlights in brief the fishing activity in the
year 2008-09 reveals that the district has 9,336 mechanized district.

FISHING ACTIVITY IN THE DISTRICT

Fish Seed Stocked In lakh fingerlings


a) Reservoirs 0.00
b) Major Tanks 1.59
c) Minor Tanks 0.72
Total 2.31
Estimated Fish Production In MTs
a) Cultured 372.09
b) Natural 1459.03
Total 1831.12

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FISHING ACTIVITY IN THE DISTRICT

Number of Fish farms

a) Production 0

b) Product & Rearing 0

c) Rearing 1

d) Nursery 0

Total 1

Co-operative Societies 48

Source: Statistical Bulletin of Fisheries 2008-09, Directorate of Fisheries, Government of Karnataka

(16) Industries Besides these, there are also other units like automobile,
Though agriculture is a predominant activity in the electrical and electronics, chemicals, ferrous and non-
district, its growth in industrial sector is fast developing. ferrous, food and intoxicants, glass and ceramics, leather,
There are no major industries in the district. However, paper and printing, rubber and plastics and other small-
the district is making all efforts to improve the small- scale industrial units, which have registered their growth.
scale industries in the region. The traditional industries The table below gives the taluk-wise details of major
around Udupi are tile manufacturing, beedi rolling, and factories for the year 2009-10. There are totally 338
cashew curing. The industrial units comprise of few factories in the district providing employment to 29,814
textiles, chemicals and engineering units in the district. persons.

TALUKWISE DETAILS OF MAJOR FACTORIES FOR THE YEAR 2009-10

Name of Taluk Number of Factories in the District No. Employed


Textiles Chemicals Engineering Others Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Kundapura _ 1 _ 101 102 7269

Udupi 2 2 2 132 138 14819

Karkal _ 0 _ 98 98 7726

Total 2 3 2 331 338 29814

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

(17) Trade and Commerce Vijaya Bank, and Karnataka Bank also had their beginning
The trade and commerce particularly the banking in the district. The small Udupi district boasts of having
industry of the district is worth to be mentioned. Udupi has more than 200 bank branches. The Canara Mutual Assurance
led the emergence of the banking and insurance sector in Company set up in 1935, was later merged with the LIC of
the region. Few important banks had their origin in the India established in 1956. A major divisional office of the
district. The corporation bank was established in 1906 in LIC is still functioning in the district controlling 8 districts
the district. The Syndicate bank was started in 1925 and has in the State. The table below gives the taluk-wise details of
its headquarters in the district. Besides these, Canara Bank, banks in the district.

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TALUKWISE DETAILS OF BANKS IN THE DISTRICT

Name of Taluk Number of Banks as on 31.03.2010


Commercial Grameen Banks Urban Co- operative Other Co-operative P.C.A.R.D
Banks Banks Banks Banks

1 2 3 4 5 6

Kundapura 49 4 8 22 1
Udupi 136 4 22 20 1
Karkala 39 4 4 11 1
Total 224 12 34 53 3

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

Udupi is an important business centre. Some important There are also numbers of Co-operative societies
centres of Kundapura taluk are specialized in the exports of in the district discharging useful functions in different
items like coconut, jaggery, firewood, tiles, timber, fish, and parts of the district and are dealing with various items
coir and its imports include hardware, cutlery, textiles, metal produced by them. There are 4 regulated markets in
sheets, sugar, chillies, onion, garlic, etc. from other districts the district and the total turnover of these markets is
and states. The Malpe harbour in Udupi taluk is another around 113.7 crores. The table presented below gives
main trading centre, which is engaged in the exports and the details of number of co-operative societies in the
imports of various commodities. district.

NUMBER OF CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN THE DISTRICT


Name of Co-operation and Agricultural Marketing as on 31.03.2010
Taluk Co- operative socities Regulated Markets
Agricultu Milk Others Total Liquida Main Sub Total Turnover
ral Producers ted in crores

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Kundapura 22 107 73 202 14 1 0 1 30.27


Udupi 20 119 145 284 114 1 0 1 32.17
Karkal 11 66 29 106 3 1 1 2 51.26
Total 53 292 247 592 131 3 1 4 113.7

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

(18) Transport and Communication transportation in the district is excellent as these private
Udupi is known for its well-managed transport system. operators reach out to the remotest places with a fairly
It is even called as giant in public transportation. Several complaint-free service. The private operators’ bus service
transportation companies have emerged from the district. between Mangalore and Udupi offers an exemplary every
The Canara Public Conveyance (CPC), Hanuman Motor minute service during the peak hours. There are also more
Transport (HTCo.), Sri Durgamba Transport, Sri Gajanana than 200 buses ply to Mumbai and Bangalore every day.
Motor Transport, etc. are the private operators which still Apart from road transport, the district is connected by the
run the entire public transport in the region. The railways too. The Udupi railway station became operational

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in the year 1993. The ambitious Konkan Railway Project transport, that are crucial for economic growth, plays an
connecting the Mangalore with Roha was opened for freight important role in the district. Navigable portions are found
traffic in 1996. As a result, the Mangalore-Udupi line was in the Halady, the Kubja, the Chakra and the Kollur rivers
started first and was extended to Kundapura in 1995. The in Udupi. The Malpe, Hangarakatta, Kundapura and Baindur
district is connected to Dakshina Kannada in the South and ports in the district perform useful functions in the
Uttara Kannada in the North by rail. transportation sector. The details of various facilities
Apart from road transport and the railways, water available under transport and communication for the year
transport that includes inland waterways and ocean 2009-2010 are given in the following tables.

DETAILS OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT IN THE DISTRICT


Name of Taluk Length of Railway line in km. Railway Station

Broad Gauge Metre Gauge Total

1 2 3 4 5

Kundapura 51.86 0 51.86 5


Udupi 49 0 49 3
Karkal 0 0 0 0
Total 100.86 0 100.86 8

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

DETAILS OF ROAD TRANSPORT IN THE DISTRICT


Name of Length of Road in km. Major
Taluk Bridges
National State Major Other Village TDB Municip Irriga Forest Pancha Total
Highway Highway District Dist. Roads Roads ality tion Roads yat Roads
Roads Roads Roads Dept. Road
Roads
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Kundapura 53.00 141.80 289.95 0 3893.40 0 70.95 0 0 0 4449.10 5
Udupi 54.00 77.96 352.20 0 2953.09 0 768.28 0 0 0 4205.53 6
Karkal 32.00 133.95 148.83 0 1814.82 0 90.00 0 0 0 2219.60 8
Total 139 353.71 790.98 0 8661.31 0 929.23 0 0 0 10874.23 19

Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

DETAILS OF COMMUNICATION FACILITIES IN THE DISTRICT


Name of the taluk Communication Facilities
Post Offices Telephone Exchanges Telephones
1 2 3 4
Kundapura 110 34 26823
Udupi 158 44 49375
Karkal 62 25 19447
Total 330 103 95645
Source: Udupi District at a glance 2009-10, District Statistical Office, Udupi

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The district has 330 post offices, 103 telephone Transmission Corporation Limited (erstwhile KEB) is mainly
exchanges and a good number of telephone connections. vested with the functions of transmission and distribution
Good number of households enjoys a telephone connection of power in the entire state. The Corporation has been
enabling communication with relatives in Mumbai, the Gulf attaching great importance to electrification of village and
and beyond. Mobile service operators have now set up hamlets, tribal colonies and Harijan Basthis and energisation
their stations in Udupi. The table below shows talukwise of irrigation pump sets. Besides this, with a view to benefit
details of post offices, telephone offices, etc. weakest among the section of society, schemes called
Bhagya Jyothi / Kutir Jyothi have been introduced.
(19) Electricity and Power
Statement given below shows talukwise number of
Karnataka has a place of pride in the history of power villages electrified and talukwise energisation of IP sets in
generation in the country. KPTCL-Karnataka Power Udupi District.

TALUKWISE DETAILS OF NO. OF VILLAGES ELECTRIFIED AND ENERGISED IP SET-2009-2010


Sl. No. Name of the District & No. of Villages No. of IP Set No. of Bhagyajyothi No. of connections
Taluk electrified energised connections for any other
scheme, if any
1 2 3 4 5 6
UDUPI
1 Kundapura 99 15393 2442 -
2 Udupi 106 24118 2415 -
3 Karkal 50 9557 2463 -
Total 255 49068 7320 -

Source: Mangalore Electricity Supply Company Limited, Zonal Office, MESCOM, Mangalore.

Urban local bodies in the local and Governmental affairs by


The statutory urban local bodies are the Municipal decentralization of power and functions for the
Corporation and Municipal Councils. These urban local purpose of development, planning and implementation
bodies elect Councillors / Corporators from each ward and of various programmes thereof, Zilla Panchayats have
the tenure of the Councillors/Corporators would be for five been constituted in the State. The jurisdiction of Zilla
years. The President or Vice-President of the Municipal Panchayat is coterminous with that of the
Council and the Mayor/Deputy Mayor of the Corporation corresponding district but excludes the statutory
whose tenure will be for a period of one year are elected towns. Accordingly, Zilla Panchayat has been
from among the elected Councillors/Corporators. The constituted for Udupi district and its jurisdiction
Chairman of various committees are also elected from among extends over the Taluk Panchayats of the district. The
the elected Councillors for a term of one year. jurisdiction of each Taluk Panchayat is coterminous
with that of the taluk of the same name but excludes
The Chief Officer in Municipal Council and the
the area incorporated in the statutory towns or cities,
Commissioner in a City Corporation are responsible for day-
if any.
to-day administration and the executive authority is vested
with them. The Zilla Panchayat elects its Presidents and Vice-
President and Chairman of its committees from amongst
Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat
the elected members. The term of these elected
To promote the development of institution and representatives will be for five years. An IAS Officer is
secure greater measure of participation by the people posted by the State Government as Chief Executive Officer

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of the Zilla Panchayat. Various departments assist the cum-residence, workshop-cum-residence, office-cum-
Panchayat. residence etc. But in some areas the very nature of
Grama Panchayats construction of houses is such that there may not be any
wall. Such is the case of conical structures where entrance
The Government of Karnataka enacted the Karnataka
is also provided but they may not have any walls. Therefore,
Panchayat Raj Act 1993 on 30.4.1993 replacing its previous
such of the conical structures are also treated as separate
enactment in this regard for the formation of Gram Panchayat.
buildings.
The Grama Panchayat is authorized to function on the
Pucca houses: Houses, the walls and roof of which are
items listed in Schedule I of the Act namely, preparation of
made of permanent materials. The material of walls can be
annual plans for the development of Panchayat area,
any one from the following, namely, Stones (duly packed
Preparation of annual budget, providing reliefs in natural
with lime or cement mortar), G.I/ Metal/Asbestos sheets,
calamities, removal of encroachments on public properties,
Burnt bricks, Cement bricks and Concrete. Roof may be
organising voluntary labour and contribution for community
made of from any one of the following materials, namely,
works, maintenance of essential statistics of the village, in
Machine-made tiles, Cement tiles, Burnt bricks, Stone, Slate,
addition to matters relating to Agriculture, Animal
G. I/Metal/Asbestos sheets and Concrete. Such houses are
Husbandry, Fisheries, Social and Farm Forestry, Khadi,
treated as Pucca house.
Village and cottage Industries, Rural Housing, Drinking
water, Roads, etc., Rural Electrification, Non-conventional Kutcha houses: Houses in which both walls and roof are
energy sources, Poverty Alleviation Programmes, Markets made of materials, which have to be replaced frequently.
and Fairs, Rural Sanitation, Public Health and Family Walls may be made from any one of the following temporary
Welfare, Women and Child Development, Social Welfare, materials, namely grass, unburnt bricks, bamboos, mud,
Welfare of Weaker Sections, Public Distribution System, reeds, thatch, plastic/polythene, loosed packed stone, etc.
Maintenance of Community assets, Construction and Such houses are treated as Kutcha house.
Maintenance of Dharmashalas, Chatras, Cattle Sheds, Ponds, Dwelling Room: A room is treated as a dwelling room if it
Cart Stands, Slaughter Houses, Public Parks, Play Grounds, has walls with a doorway and a roof and should be wide
etc., regulation of manure pits in public places and and long enough for a person to sleep in, i.e, it should have
establishment and control of shandies, such other functions a length of not less than 2 meters and a breadth of at least
as may be entrusted. 1.5 meters and a height of 2 meters. A dwelling room would
The Grama Panchayat is also empowered to make include living room, bedroom, dining room, drawing room,
provisions for carrying out within its area any other work study room, servant’s room and other habitable rooms.
or measure which is likely to promote the health, safety, Kitchen, bathroom, latrine, store room, passageway and
education, comfort, convenience or social or economic well verandah which are not normally usable for living are not
being of the inhabitants of the Panchayat area. considered as dwelling rooms. A room, used for multipurpose
such as sleeping, sitting, dining, storing, cooking, etc., is
CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS:
regarded as a dwelling room. In a situation where a Census
Census concepts house is used as a shop or office, etc., and the household
Building: A ‘Building’ is generally a single structure on the also stays in it then the room is not considered as a dwelling
ground. Usually a structure will have four walls and a roof. room. But if a garage or servant quarter is used by a servant
Sometimes it is made up of more than one component unit and if she/he also lives in it as a separate household, then
which are used or likely to be used as dwellings (residences) this has been considered as a dwelling room available to
or establishments such as shops, business houses, offices, the servant’s household. Tent or conical shaped hut if used
factories, workshops, worksheds, schools, places of for living by any household is also considered as dwelling
entertainment, places of worship, godowns, stores etc. It is room. A dwelling room, which is shared by more than one
also possible that building which have component units household, has not been counted for any of them. If two
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share a common dwelling room, then the common room has against b) (ii), the data relating to main workers were taken
not been counted for either of the households. into account. In addition the above stated towns, urban
Census House: A ‘Census house’ is a building or part of areas also constitutes of OGs which are the parts of UAs.
a building used or recognized as a separate unit because Urban Agglomeration: An Urban Agglomeration is a
of having a separate main entrance from the road or common continuous urban spread constituting a town and its
courtyard or staircase, etc. It may be occupied or vacant. adjoining urban outgrowths (OGs) or two or more physically
It may be used for residential or non-residential purpose or contiguous towns together with or without urban
both. If a building has a number of flats or Blocks/Wings, outgrowths of such towns. In some cases, railway colonies,
which are independent of one another having separate university campuses, port areas, military camps, etc., may
entrances of their own from the road or a common staircase come up near a statutory town outside its statutory limits
or a common courtyard leading to a main gate, these are but within the revenue limits of a village or villages
considered as a separate Census house. contiguous to the town. Each such individual area by itself
Village: The basic unit for rural areas is the revenue village, may not satisfy the minimum population limit to qualify it
which has definite surveyed boundaries. The revenue to be treated as an independent urban unit but may qualify
village may comprise of one or more hamlets but the entire to be clubbed with the existing town as their continuous
village is treated as one unit for presentation of data. In un urban spread (i.e., an Out Growth). Each such town together
surveyed areas, like villages within forest areas, each with its outgrowth(s) is treated as an integrated urban area
habitation area with locally recognized boundaries is treated and is designated as an ‘urban agglomeration’. For the
as one village. purpose of delineation of Urban Agglomerations during
Census of India 2011, following criteria has been adopted:
Rural-Urban area: The data in the Census are presented
separately for rural and urban areas. The unit of classification (a) The core town or at least one of the constituent towns
in this regard is ‘town’ for urban areas and ‘village’ for rural of an urban agglomeration should necessarily be a statutory
areas. The urban area comprises two types of towns viz; town; and
statutory towns and Census towns. In the Census of India (b) The total population of an Urban Agglomeration (i.e. all
2011, the definition of urban area adopted is as follows: the constituents put together) should not be less than 20,000
(a) Statutory Towns: All places with a Municipality, as per the 2001 Census. In varying local conditions, there
Corporation, Cantonment Board or Notified Town Area were similar other combinations which have been treated as
Committee, etc., are known as Statutory Towns. urban agglomerations satisfying the basic condition of
contiguity.
(b) Census towns: All other places satisfying the following
three criteria simultaneously are treated as Census Towns. Out Growth (OG): The outgrowth is a viable unit such as
a village or a hamlet or an enumeration block made up of
i) A minimum population of 5,000;
such village or hamlet and clearly identifiable in terms of its
ii) At least 75 per cent of male working population engaged boundaries and location. While determining the outgrowth
in non-agricultural pursuits; and of a town, it has been ensured that it possesses the urban
features in terms of infrastructure and amenities such as
iii) A density of population of at least 400 per sq. km.
pucca roads, electricity, taps, drainage system for disposal
(1,000 per sq. mile)
of waste water etc. Educational institutions, post offices,
For identification of places which would qualify to be medical facilities, banks etc. and physically contiguous with
classified as ‘urban’, all villages which, as per the 2001 the core town of the UA.
Census had a population of 4,000 and above, a population
City: Towns with population of 100,000 and above are called
density of 400 persons per sq. km. and having at least 75
cities.
per cent of male working population engaged in non-
agricultural activity were considered. To work out the Household: A ‘household’ is usually a group of persons
proportion of male working population referred to above who normally live together and take their meals from a

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common kitchen unless the exigencies of work prevent any 12 Bakad


of them from doing so. Persons in a household may be 13 Bant (in Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwar and North
related or unrelated or a mix of both. However, if a group Kanara districts)b
of unrelated persons live in a Census house but do not take 14 Bakuda
their meals from the common kitchen, then they are not 15 Balagai
constituent of a common household. Each such person was 16 Bandi
to be treated as a separate household. The important link 17 Banjara, Lambani, Lambada, Lambadi, Lamani,
in finding out whether it was a household or not was a Sugali, Sukali
common kitchen/common cooking. There may be one 18 Bathada
member households, two member households or multi- 19 Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam
member households. 20 Bellara

Institutional Household: A group of unrelated persons who 21 Bhangi, Mehtar, Olgana, Rukhi, Malkana,

live in an institution and take their meals from a common Halalkhor, Lalbegi, Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

kitchen is called an Institutional Household. Examples of 22 Bhambi, Bhambhi, Asadaru, Asodi, Chamadia,

Institutional Households are boarding houses, messes, Chamar, Chambhar, Chamgar, Haralayya,

hostels, hotels, rescue homes, observation homes, beggar’s Harali, Khalpa, Machigar, Mochigar, Madar,
homes, jails, ashrams, old age homes, children homes, Madig, Mochi, Muchi, Telegu Mochi, Kamati
orphanages, etc. To make the definition more clearly Mochi, Ranigar, Rohidas, Rohit, Samgar
perceptible to the enumerators at the Census 2011, it was 23 Bhovi, Od, Odde, Vaddar, Waddar, Voddar,
specifically mentioned that this category of households Woddar
would cover only those households where a group of 24 Bindla
unrelated persons live in an institution and share a common 25 Byagara
kitchen. 26 Chakkiliyan
27 Chalavadi, Chalvadi, Channayya
Houseless household: Households who do not live in
28 Chandala
buildings or Census houses but live in the open or roadside,
29 Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar
pavements, in Hume pipes, under flyovers and staircases,
30 Dakkal, Dokkalwar
or in the open places of worship, mandaps, railway platforms,
31 Dakkaliga
etc., are treated as Houseless Households.
32 Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya
Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes:- 33 Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano
The list of SCs and STs in the State is given hereunder:- 34 Ellamalwar, Yellammalawandlu
35 Ganti Chores
Scheduled Castes 36 Garoda, Garo
37 Godda
1 Adi Andhra 38 Gosangi
2 Adi Dravida 39 Halleer
3 Adi Karnataka 40 Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar
4 Adiya (in Coorg district)a 41 Handi Jogis
5 Ager 42 Hasla
6 Ajila 43 Holar, Valhar
7 Anamuk 44 Holaya, Holer, Holeya
8 Aray Mala 45 Holeya Dasari
9 Arunthathiyar 46 Jaggali
10 Arwa Mala 47 Jambuvulu
11 Baira 48 Kadaiyan

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49 Kalladi 94 Samban
50 Kepmaris 95 Sapari
51 Kolupulvandlu 96 Sillekyathas
52 Koosa 97 Sindhollu, Chindollu
53 Koracha, Korachar 98 Sudugadu Siddha
54 Korama, Korava, Koravar 99 Thoti
55 Kotegar, Metri 100 Tirgar, Tirbanda
56 Kudumban 101 Valluvan
57 Kuravan
58 Lingader
59 Machala Scheduled Tribes
60 Madari
61 Madiga 1 Adiyan
62 Mahar, Taral, Dhegu Megu, 2 Barda
63 Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Vankar, Maru Vankar 3 Bavacha, Bamcha
64 Maila 4 Bhil, Bhil Garasia, Dholi Bhil, Dungri Bhil,
65 Mala Dungri Garasia, Mewasi Bhil, Rawal Bhil,
66 Mala Dasari Tadvi Bhil, Bhagalia, Bhilala, Pawra, Vasava,
67 Mala Hannai Vasave
68 Mala Jangam 5 Chenchu, Chenchwar
69 Mala Masti 6 Chodhara
70 Mala Sale, Netkani 7 Dubla, Talavia, Halpati
71 Mala Sanyasi 8 Gamit, Gamta, Gavit, Mavchi, Padvi, Valvi
72 Mang, Matang, Minimadig 9 Gond, Naikpod, Rajgond
73 Mang Garudi, Mang Garodi 10 Gowdalu
74 Manne 11 Hakkipikki
75 Masthi 12 Hasalaru
76 Mavilan 13 Irular
77 Meghval, Menghvar 14 Iruliga
78 Moger 15 Jenu Kuruba
79 Mukri 16 Kadu Kuruba
80 Mundala 17 Kammara (in South Kanara disitrict and
81 Nadia, Hadi Kollegal taluk of Mysore district)c
82 Nalkadaya 18 Kaniyan, Kanyan (in Kollegal taluk of Mysore
83 Nalakeyava district)d
84 Nayadi 19 Kathodi, Katkari, Dhor Kathodi, Dhor Katkari,
85 Pale Son Kathodi, Son Katkari
86 Pallan 20 Kattunayakan
87 Pambada 21 Kokna, Kokni, Kukna
88 Panchama 22 Koli Dhor, Tokre Koli, Kolcha, Kolgha
89 Panniandi 23 Konda Kapus
90 Paraiyan, Paraya 24 Koraga
91 Paravan 25 Kota
92 Raneyar 26 Koya, Bhine Koya, Rajkoya
93 Samagara 27 Kudiya, Melakudi

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28 Kuruba (in Coorg district)a 39 Palliyan


29 Kurumans 40 Paniyan
30 Maha Malasar 41 Pardhi, Advichincher, Phanse Pardhi,
31 Malaikudi Haranshikari
32 Malasar 42 Patelia
33 Malayekandi 43 Rathawa
34 Maleru 44 Sholaga
35 Maratha (in Coorg district) a 45 Soligaru
36 Marati (in South Kanara district) e 46 Toda
37 Meda, Medari, Gauriga, Burud 47 Varli
38 Naikda, Nayaka, Cholivala Nayaka, Kapadia 48 Vitolia, Kotwalia, Barodia
Nayaka, Mota Nayaka, Nana Nayaka, Naik, 49 Yerava
Nayak, Beda, Bedar and Valmiki 50 Siddi (in Uttar Kannada district)

a
The entry is to be read as “in Kodagu district”.
b
The entry is to be read as “in Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwad and Uttara Kannada districts”.
c
The entry is to be read as ‘Dakshina Kannada district and Kollegal taluk of Chamarajanagar district”.
d
The entry is to be read as “Kollegal taluk of Chamarajanagar district”.
e
The entry is to be read as “in Dakshina Kannada district”.

Languages and Mother Tongue: As per the Census concept, and above. For different age-groups the percentage of
each language is a group of mother tongues. The Census literates in that age-group gives the literacy rate.
questionnaire collects information on the mother tongue of Educational level: The highest level of education a person
each person. Mother tongue is the language spoken in has completed.
childhood by the person’s mother to the person. If the
Work: Work is defined as participation in any economically
mother died in infancy, the language mainly spoken in the
productive activity with or without compensation, wages
person’s home in childhood will be the mother tongue. In
or profit. Such participation may be physical and/or mental
the case of infants and deaf mutes, the language usually
in nature. Work involves not only actual work but also
spoken by the mother is considered as mother tongue. It
includes effective supervision and direction of work. It even
is not necessary that the language spoken as mother tongue
includes part time help or unpaid work on farm, family
should have a script. The mother tongues returned by the
enterprise or in any other economic activity. All persons
respondents in Census are classified and grouped under
engaged in ‘work’ as defined above is workers. The main
appropriate languages according to their linguistic
point to note is that the activity should be economically
characteristics.
productive. Reference period for determining a person as
Literate: A person aged 7 years and above who can both worker and non-worker is one year preceding the date of
read and write with understanding in any language is taken enumeration.
as literate. A person who can only read but cannot write is
Main worker: A person who has worked for major part of
not literate. It is not necessary that to be considered as
the reference period (i.e., six months or more during the last
literate, a person should have received any formal education
one year preceding the date of enumeration) in any
or passed any minimum educational standard. Literacy could
economically productive activity is termed as ‘Main worker’.
have been achieved through adult literacy classes or
through any non-formal educational system. People who Marginal worker: A person who worked for 3 months or
are blind and can read in Braille are treated as literates. less but less than six months of the reference period (i.e.,
Literacy rate: Literacy rate of the population is defined as in the last one year preceding the date of enumeration) in
the percentage of literates in the age-group seven years any economic activity is termed as ‘Marginal worker’.

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Non-worker: A person who has not worked at all in any Household Industry. The type of workers that come under
economically productive activity during the reference period this category include all Government servants, municipal
(i.e., last one year preceding the date of enumeration) is employees, teachers, factory workers, plantation workers,
termed as ‘Non-worker’. those engaged in trade, commerce, business, transport,
Cultivator: For purposes of Census, a person is classified banking, mining, construction, political or social work,
as cultivator if he or she is engaged in cultivation of land priests, entertainment artists, etc. In fact, all those workers
owned or from Government or from private persons or other than cultivators or agricultural labourers or household
institutions for payment in money, kind or share. Cultivation industry workers are ‘Other Workers’.
also includes effective supervision or direction in cultivation. Work participation rate: percentage of Workers (Main+
Cultivation involves ploughing, sowing, harvesting and Marginal) to total population.
production of cereals and millet crops such as wheat, paddy,
Population density: Population density is the number of
jowar, bajra, ragi, etc., and other crops such as sugarcane,
persons inhabited per square kilometere of the area.
tobacco, ground-nuts, tapioca, etc., and pulses, raw jute
and kindred fiber crop, cotton, cinchona and other medicinal Age: Age is measured in terms of the completed number of
plants, fruit growing, vegetable growing or keeping orchards years.
or groves, etc. Cultivation does not include the plantation Sex Ratio: Number of females per 1,000 males in a population.
crops like-tea, coffee, rubber, coconut and betel nuts (areca).
Non- Census Concepts
The workers engaged in plantation crops are recorded under
“other workers.” Civic status of urban units: Civic Status of a town/city is
determined on the basis of Civic Administrative Authority
Agricultural labourer: A person who works on another
of the town e.g., Municipal Corporation/Corporation,
person’s land for wages in cash or kind or share is regarded
Municipal Committee/Municipal council, Municipality etc.
as an agricultural labourer. She/he has no risk in the
cultivation, but merely works on another person’s land for Size class of U.A/town: Size- class of U.A/Town is based
wages. An agricultural labourer has no right of lease or on the population size of the U.A. /City/Town. U. A.s/Towns
contract on land on which she/he works. with 100,000 and above population are classified as Class
I U.A.s/Towns. Towns with 50,000 to 99,999 population are
Household industry worker: Household industry is defined
classified as Class II towns, 20,000 to 49,999 population are
as an industry conducted by one or more members of the
Class III towns, population with 10,000-19,999 are Class IV
household at home or within the village in rural areas and
towns, population with 5,000 and 9,999 are Class V towns
only within the precincts of the house where the household
and towns with less than 5,000 population are Class VI
lives in urban areas. The larger proportion of workers in
towns.
household industry should consist of members of the
household. The industry should not be run on the scale of Slum area: The Slum Areas (Improvement and Clearance)
a registered factory which would qualify or has to be Act, 1956, which was enacted by the Central Government
registered under the Indian Factories Act and should be defined slums as (a) Areas where buildings are in any respect
engaged in manufacturing, processing, servicing and repairs unfit for human habitation; or (b) are by reasons of
of goods. The activity relate to production, processing, dilapidation, overcrowding, faulty arrangement and design
servicing, repairing or making and selling of goods. It does of such buildings, narrowness or faulty arrangement of
not include professions such as a Pleader, Doctor, Musician, streets, lack of ventilation, light or sanitation facilities, or
Dancer, Waterman, and Astrologer, Dhobi, Barber, etc. or any combination of these factors, are detrimental to safety,
merely trade or business, even if such professions, trade or health or morals.
services are run at home by members of the household. Mega city: The concept of ‘Mega city’ is a recent
Other worker: A person, who has been engaged in some phenomenon in the Urban Sociology and is defined in
economic activity during the last year of reference period terms of metropolitan city in the form of large size, problem
but not as a cultivator or agricultural labourer or worker in of management of civic amenities and capacity to absorb

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the relatively high growth of population. Indian Census 1 to VIII is treated as two units, i.e. one Primary School and
in 1991 treated the population size of 5 million and above one Middle School.
as the cut-off point to identify a place as the megacity. 1.4 Secondary School (S): Schools providing education
Whereas, for the purpose of inclusion in Centrally from Standard IX and upwards up to and inclusive of
Sponsored Scheme for Infrastructure Development in Standard X are classified as Secondary Schools. A composite
Mega cities in the Ministry of Urban Affairs and school with 1 to X standard is treated as three separate
Employment, Department of Urban Development adopted units and counted separately under the categories of Primary
the criteria of 4 million and above population as per 1991 School, Middle School and Secondary School.
Census for Mega cities. In 2001 Census, cities with 10
1.5 Senior Secondary School (SS): Schools and colleges
million and above population have been treated as Mega
that provide education for Standards XI and XII and first
cities and the same criterion of population has been
and second year of the Pre-University Course fall under
adopted in 2011 Census.
this category. There are Senior Secondary Schools with
Concepts used in VD and TD of DCHB: Standard I and upwards upto Standard XII.

1. Educational Amenities: The type of different 1.6 Degree College:


educational facilities available in the village is given in (i) Arts/Science/Commerce: These are all educational
numbers. Government and private educational facilities institutions that provide post-PUC level education leading
/ institutions are considered separately for this purpose. to University degree/diploma in any subject or combination
If there are composite schools like Middle schools with of subjects and also post-graduate levels of education. The
Primary classes, or Secondary schools with middle college offering courses in Arts, Science or Commerce either
classes, these are included in the number of Primary separately or in combination are covered under this category.
and Middle schools respectively. For example, if in a
(ii) Engineering (E): It is a graduate/post-graduate degree
village there are two Primary schools and one Middle
college providing Bachelor of Engineering (BE) or Bachelor
school with primary classes, the number of Primary
of Technology (B. Tech.) or post-graduate engineering
schools in the village may be given as three and that
degrees like M.Tech.
of Middle school as one even though there may be only
three educational institutions, so also in case of (iii) Medicine (M): These are graduate/post-graduate degree
colleges providing MBBS or equivalent degree in alternative
Secondary schools. For better understanding, the
medicine like Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, etc., post-
distinctiveness of different types of schools is depicted
graduate medical degrees like M.D. or equivalent in the
hereunder:
above branches of medicine.
1.1 Pre-primary (PP): In present days, the children are
1.7 Management College/Institute (MI): It offers courses
sent to schools at a very early stage. Lot of pre-primary
like Diploma in Management, Post-Graduate Diploma in
schools, private schools in particular, have come up in
Management, Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
villages and towns. These may or may not be recognized
and specializations in different disciplines of Management
by the competent authorities. Even many Secondary
like Marketing, Human Resources Development (HRD) etc.
schools have classes starting from pre-primary level. Pre-
primary classes include Nursery, K.G., Pre-basic, Play 1.8 Polytechnic (Pt): An Institution providing certificate/
school, etc. diploma (not equivalent to degree) in any technical subject
like engineering, vocational courses like embroidery, fashion
1.2 Primary School (P): Schools providing education from
designing etc. It may be both Government and Private.
Standard 1 and upward up to and inclusive of Standard V
1.9 Vocational School/ITI: It is a vocational training institute
are classified as Primary Schools.
imparting trainings in specific fields acquiring necessary
1.3 Middle School (M): Schools providing education from skill, which will make the trainees employable or create them
Standard VI and upward up to and inclusive of Standard opportunities of self-employment. Trainings offered by
VIII are classified as Middle Schools. A School with Class Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) fall under this category.

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1.10 Non-formal Education/Training Centre (NFTC): Non- (d)Homoeopathy: Treatment in Homoeopathy, which is
vocational education centres, established by the Central holistic in nature, focuses on an individual’s response to
and State Governments provide educational facilities to the a specific environment. Homoeopathic medicines are
interested persons irrespective of educational qualification, prepared mainly from natural substances such as plant
and age. These education centres are open to all. products, minerals and animal sources. Homoeopathic
1.11 Special School for Disabled: There are Government medicines do not have any toxic, poisonous or side effects.
and Government recognized institutions/organizations Homoeopathic treatment is economical as well and has a
engaged for providing education to different groups of very broad public acceptance.
disabled persons. 2.2 Community Health Centre (CHC): Community Health
2. Medical Facilities: Centres are designed to provide referral health care for cases

2.1. Hospital-Allopathic and Hospital-Alternative medicine: from PHC and those in need of specialist health care
A hospital is an Institution, where sick or injured are given approaching the CHC directly. Four PHCs are included under
medical or surgical care. Bed strength differs from hospital each CHC thus catering approximately 80,000 population in
to hospital ranging from 31 to 500 depending upon whether tribal/hilly areas and 1, 20,000 population for plain areas.
these are sub-district, sub-divisional or district hospitals. CHC is a 30- bedded hospital providing specialist care in
If there are hospitals providing facilities under different Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Surgery and
systems of medicines such as, Allopathy, Ayurveda, Unani Paediatrics.
and Homoeopathy, etc., these details are to be given 2.3 Primary Health Centre (PHC): A Primary Health Centre
separately. is the first contact point between a village community and
(a) Allopathy: The system of medical practice, which treats the Government Medical Officer. A PHC covers a population
disease by the use of remedies which produce effects of 20,000 in hilly, tribal or difficult areas and 30,000
different from those produced by the disease under population in plain areas with 4-6 indoor/observation beds.
treatment. It acts as a referral unit for 6 sub-centres. It has a Medical
(b) Ayurveda: Ayurveda means ‘Science of life’. The Officer and paramedical staff.
philosophy of Ayurveda is based on the theory of Pancha 2.4 Primary Health Sub- Centre (PHS): A Primary Health
Mahabhootas (Five elements) of which all the objects and Sub-centre is the first contact point between the primary
living bodies are composed of. The combinations of these health care system and the community. As per the population
five elements are represented in the form of Tridosha: Vata, norms, one PHS is established for every 5,000 population
Pitta and Kapha. These three ‘doshas’ are physiological in plain areas and 3,000 population in hilly/ tribal/ desert
entities of living beings. Ayurveda developed into eight areas. Each PHS has a sanctioned strength of one male and
distinct specialities, i.e., Internal Medicine, Paediatrics,
one female health worker.
Psychiatry, Eye and ENT, Surgery, Toxicology, Geriatrics
and Science of virility. Two types of treatments, Preventive 2.5 Maternity and Child Welfare Centre (MCW): It
and Curative, are given in Ayurveda. provides pre-natal and post-natal services for both mother
and child. The services include regular check-up of pregnant
(c)Unani: Treatment of Unani consists of three components,
women, giving folic tablets, counselling, delivery,
namely, preventive, promotive and curative. Unani system
immunization of children with check-up etc.
of medicine has been found to be efficacious in conditions
like Rheumatic Arthritis, Jaundice, Filariasis, Eczema, 2.6 TB Clinic (TBC): The diagnosis and treatment of TB
Sinusitis and Bronchial Asthma. For the prevention of the are functions of the general health services and hence it is
disease and promotion of health, the Unani System a part and parcel of Primary Health Care. Specialised units
emphasizes six essentials: pure air, food and water, physical such as the District Tuberculosis Centre (DTC) act as referral
movement and rest, psychic movement and rest, sleep and centres. TB clinics are established by the Government of
wakefulness and retention of useful materials and India under the National Tuberculosis Control Program and
evacuation of waste materials from the body. implemented through a network of DTC. The DTC is the

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nodal point for TB control activities in the district and it ordinary medicines, like Crocin, Burnol etc. These shops
also functions as a specialized referral centre. The functions are not taken as medicine shops.
of sub-district level Tuberculosis Unit (TU) are
3. Drinking Water: The following are the main source of
implementation, monitoring and supervision of TB control
drinking water facility(s) available in the village.
activities in its designated geographical areas.
3.1 Tap Water-treated(T): This source of drinking water
2.7 Health Centre: Clinics where medicine and medical
refers to a source of drinking water which is provided to the
supplies are dispensed. It has no in-patient facility. A clinic
villagers through pipes within their premises or to the
(or an outpatient clinic) is a small private or public health
villagers through common taps (public taps/community
facility that is devoted to the care of outpatients, often in
water points) by the Government departments, local bodies,
a community, in contrast to larger hospitals, which also
panchayats, public or private estate agencies, etc. after
treat inpatients.
treatment. Such a source is treated as ‘Tap water from treated
2.8 Dispensary: Place where patients are treated and source’.
medicines provided but with no in-patient facility.
3.2 Tap Water-un-treated(TU): If the villagers are drawing
Immunizations, MCH Services and sometimes pathological
drinking water through pipes either directly from a well or
tests are carried out here. It may be of allopathic or any
bore well or after pumping the well or tube well water, or the
alternative medicine.
water is supplied through pipes to the households of the
2.9 Veterinary Hospital: Mostly run by the State village or through public taps without treatment. Such a
Government or local body for treatment and preventive
source is treated as ‘Tap water from un-treated source’.
measures against diseases of domestic animals like cows,
buffaloes, etc., in rural areas. 3.3 Covered Well (CW): A well that is (1) covered on sides
from run-off water (i.e., excess water from rain, snowmelt or
2.10 Mobile Health Clinic: These are Mobile vans well
other sources flows over the land) through a wall lining or
equipped with a range of health services to villages located
casting that is raised above ground level on a platform that
far away from the CHCs, PHCs or any public health sources.
diverts spilled water away from the well and (2) covered so
The vans visit villages on designated days to deliver the
that bird droppings and animals cannot fall inside the hole
health care services. The services generally offered are OPD,
is considered as “Covered Well”.
ante-natal and post-natal, B.P. examination, X-ray, ECG,
Immunisation, First Aid etc. 3.4 Un-covered Well (UW): A well which is (1) un-covered
on sides from runoff water, (2) un-covered from bird
2.11 Family Welfare Centre: Check-up and counselling is
droppings and animals; or (3) both.
provided to the pregnant and married women regarding small
family norm and devices for having a small family. Temporary 3.5 Hand Pump (HP): Hand pump means where ground
and permanent contraceptive devices are provided here. water is taken out manually by operating a hand pump.

2.12 Nursing Home: A nursing home is a long–term care 3.6 Tube Well (TW)/Borehole (B): Tube Well/Borehole
facility licensed by the State that offers 24-hour room and denotes the ground water source from where ground water
board and health care services including basic and skilled is taken out through electrical or diesel pump.
nursing care, rehabilitation and a full range of other therapies, 3.7 Spring, River/Canal, Tank/Pond/Lake: Self-
treatments and programs to old and sick people. The explanatory.
difference between a hospital and a nursing home is that
a nursing home gives importance to convalescence from a 4. Community Toilet Complex: Community Toilet may be
disease while a hospital gives medical treatment for the constructed and maintained by Gram Panchayats or Private
disease. NGOs like Sulabh Sauchalaya or likes.

2.13 Medicine Shop: A shop which sells drugs and medicines 5. Rural Sanitary Mart/Rural Sanitary Hardware Outlet
of any system of medicine viz. allopathic, homeopathic, (RSM): It is an outlet dealing with the materials, hardware
ayurvedic or unani medicines, is considered as a medicine and designs required for the construction of not only
shop. Sometimes some shops and Paan shops also keep sanitary latrines but other sanitary facilities such as compost

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pit, washing platform and other sanitation and hygiene the internet, then the village is considered to be having
accessories required for individuals, households and the access to internet/cyber cafe facility. Government of India
environment in the rural areas. formulated the scheme of CSC with the vision of providing
all Government services in an integrated manner at the door
6. Community bio-gas or recycle of waste for productive
step of the citizen at an affordable cost even in the remotest
use: Many of the solid wastes having economic values but
corners of the country through a combination of IT based
put for disposal can be recycled for reuse. For example,
as well as non-IT based services.
food, cow dung, leaves, vegetable, paper, wood, plastics,
old cloth etc. However, some of the wastes are not 7.8 National Highway (NH): These are main highways
recyclable. These are carbon paper, thermo coal etc. When running through the length and breadth of the country.
recyclable solid wastes are subjected to decomposition, Each NH is numbered like NH-1, NH-2 for easy identification.
bio-gas could be produced under favourable conditions.
7.9 State Highway (SH): These are roads of a State linking
These systems of recycling may be there at the village level
district headquarters and important cities within a State and
organized by Gram Panchayats with technical support from
connecting them with NHs or Highways of the neighbouring
Governments or non-Government organizations.
States.
7. COMMUNICATION AND TRANSPORT FACILITIES:
7.10 Major District Roads (MDR): These are important
7.1 Post Office (PO): Self-explanatory roads within a district, serving areas of production and
markets and connecting these with each other or with the
7.2 Sub-Post Office (SPO): Sub-post office includes Extra
main Highways.
Departmental Post Offices and those providing franchise
postal services and also part time services in lieu of some 7.11 Other District Roads (ODR): These are roads serving
honorarium. The limited postal services include sale of rural areas of production and providing them with outlet to
stamps, money orders, receipt of letters and also distribution market centres, taluk headquarters, block development
of letters. headquarters or other main roads.

7.3 Post & Telegraph Office (PTO): Telegraph office is set 7.12 Village Road: The approach to village refers to the
up by the Government to enable people to send or receive state of road etc., leading to the village. This is to see whether
telegrams. If the phonogram facility is available (though the the village is approachable both in fair and foul weather,
Telegraph office may not be equipped with Morse Code and whether it is inaccessible only for some time in the year.
Transmitters), the village is considered to be having
7.13 Black-Topped Road (BTR): A road provided with a
telegraph facility.
bituminous surfacing.
7.4 Telephones (landlines): If the village is having the Public
7.14 Gravel Road (GR): A road constructed using well
Call Office (PCO) either run by the Post Office or by
compacted crushed rock or gravel material (coarse sand,
individuals or by a private shop, then the village is
small stones), which is fairly resilient and does not become
considered to be having telephone facility.
slippery when wet.
7.5 Public Call Office (PCO)/Mobile PCO: Self explanatory
7.15 Water Bound Macadam (WBM): This is the road layer
7.6 Mobile Phone Coverage: Mobile phones are now very made of crushed or broken mixture of sand and rock
common particularly in urban areas. Some villages by virtue fragments mechanically interlocked by rolling and voids
of being in close proximity to the urban areas also enjoy the filled with screening and binding material with the assistance
benefits of the mobile phone services. Even if a few villagers of water.
avail the services of mobile phones, then the village is
7.16 Foot Path (FP): A trodden path for the use by
considered to be having access to mobile phone.
pedestrians and in some cases bicycles. The Foot Paths are
7.7 Internet Cafes/Common Service Centres (CSC): If the not suitable for vehicular traffic except bicycles in some
village is having the facility of Cyber Cafes or shops owned cases. Most of the interior/forest villages are connected by
by private individuals providing the facility of surfing of Foot Paths.

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8. Banks and Credit Societies: Banking facility means a 9.6 Nutrition Centre:
place where a person can operate a bank account.
Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS): The
8.1 Commercial Bank (CB): These may be banks wholly Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme set
owned by the Government of India or by Indian or Foreign up by the Government of India with the objective of
Companies. providing following package of services to the children
8.2 Co-operative Banks (Co-op. B): A Co-operative bank is under 6 years and pregnant and lactating mothers in villages
a financial entity which belongs to its members, who are at such as, Immunization, Health Check-up, Referral Services,
the same time the owners and the customers of their bank. Pre-school Non-formal Education and Nutrition & Health
Co-operative banks are often created by persons belonging Education.
to the some local or professional community or sharing a
9.7. Anganwadi Centre: Each centre under the ICDS scheme
common interest. These banks are registered under the Co-
is run by a Anganwadi Worker. One Anganwadi worker is
operative Societies Act. The Co-operative Banks are
appointed for specified population of the village. They are
regulated by RBI and are covered by the Banking
basically local women. They are assisted by Anganwadi
Regulations Act, 1949.
helper. They provide pre-school non-formal education at
8.3 Agricultural Credit Society (ACS): Major objectives
the centre and provide food to the children.
of the ACS are to supply agricultural credit to meet the
requirements of funds for agricultural production, the 9.8. Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA): ASHA is a
distribution of essential consumer commodities, the health activist in the community who will create awareness
provision of storage and marketing facilities and for light on health and its social determinants and mobilize the
agricultural implements and machinery. community towards local health planning and increased
utilization and accountability of the existing health services.
8.4 Non-Agricultural Credit Society (NCS): These
She would be a promoter of good health practices. She will
societies include consumer co-operative societies and also
credit co-operative societies of certain categories of persons also provide a minimum package of curative care as
like teachers, health workers, etc. appropriate and feasible for that level and make timely
referrals. She will act as a motivator of different types of
9. Miscellaneous Facilities:
health related activities. Unlike ANM, she will not be
9.1 Self-Help Group (SHG): Self-Help Groups are groups involved in any clinical activities like immunization.
of between 10-15 women created by either NGOs or under
9.9 Sports Club/Recreation Centre: Indoor and out-door
the SGSY (Swarnjayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana) for the
games are arranged by the Club and activities like wrestling,
purposes of meeting local credit needs. They are sometimes
called Mahila Mandals in villages. Judo, Karate etc., are also done there.

9.2 Public Distribution System (PDS) shop: The shops 9.10 Cinema/Video Hall (CV): If regular cinema houses
through which some essential commodities are sold by the licensed by Government are available, then the town/village
Government at subsidized rates. They may also be known is considered to be having the facility of Cinema Hall. Video
as ration shops and control shops. hall owners screen films in their own or hired premises.

9.3 Mandis/Regular Market: These are those clusters of 9.11 Public Library: Books are kept there which can be
shops with or without fixed premises which are open on at accessed by the public on loan basis. These may be
least six days a week and opens at least from morning hours sponsored by Government or Local Body or Panchayat or
to dusk. any influential person. Free service or nominal charges are
9.4 Weekly Haat: These are those clusters of shops with made for using the facility.
or without fixed premises which are open once a week. 9.12 Public Reading Room: Here the public may read
9.5 Agricultural Marketing Society: It is a common newspapers and magazines. These may be sponsored by
platform to analyse the issues among all the individuals Government or Local Body or Panchayat or any influential
and institutions in the field of agricultural marketing. person.

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9.13 Newspaper Supply: The availability of the conduits for the conveyance of sewerage to the point of
Newspaper(s), both in English and vernacular, in the village disposal. Sewers that carry only household and industrial
is considered to having the said facility. wastage are called separate sewers; those that carry storm
water from roofs, streets and other surfaces are known as
10. Availability of Electricity /Power: If power is actually
storm water drains, while those carrying both sewage and
available, whatever may be the form of its use, it is indicated
storm water are called combined sewers. However, in towns,
in affirmative. If the village is having electricity for domestic
which are not provided with such underground sewerage
purposes and the residents are using the same for domestic
system, it is mentioned whether it has open drainage system.
use, then it is considered that domestic power supply is
There may be possibility of the town having both closed
available. If the electricity authority has not given domestic
as well as open drainage systems.
supply to the households on their request and people are
using unauthorized electricity either by stealthily or misuse 13. Type of latrines: The data on various types of latrines both
the supply meant for agricultural or industrial purposes, public and private together are collected. The three types of
then it is not considered as availability of electricity for latrines considered here are, Pit Latrine, Flush/Pour Flush
domestic purposes. However, if the village goes out of power Latrine and Service Latrine. (i) Pit System: The latrines are
due to temporary technical problems such as, transformer attached to the pit that is dug into the ground for the reception
failures, theft of electrical equipment, etc., it is considered of night soil, are reckoned as pit latrine. (ii) Flush/pour flush:
that electricity is available. Supply of electricity is considered A flush latrine uses a cistern or holding tank for flushing water
available even when there is a temporary ban on new and has a water seal, which is a U-shaped pipe, below the seat
domestic connections. Connections to residential houses, or squatting pan that prevents the passage of flies and odours.
bungalows, clubs, hostels and hospitals run on non- A pour flush latrine uses a water seal, but unlike a flush latrine,
commercial basis, charitable, educational and religious a pour flush latrine uses water poured by hand for flushing (no
institutions are included in the domestic category. cistern is used). (iii) Service: Type of latrine from where night
soil is removed manually by scavengers. All other types of
10.1 Power Supply for domestic use: This category includes
latrines are covered under “Others” category.
electricity used only for domestic consumption.
14. Protected Water Supply- Source and Capacity of Storage
10.2 Power supply for agricultural use: This category
System: There are various sources of water supply and its
includes all electricity connections given to the farmers for
storage system in the town.
conducting various agricultural activities including
irrigation. 14.1 Service Reservoir: A service reservoir is a water storage
container that holds clean water after it has been treated in a
10.3 Power supply for commercial use: This category
water plant and before it is piped to the end users. These
includes electricity connections given for workshops,
containers are covered and are designed to keep the water safe
industries etc. or for any commercial purposes.
from contamination. Their main purpose is to provide a buffer
10.4 Power supply for all uses: This category includes within the water supply system so that water supplies can be
electricity connection is available for domestic use, maintained across periods of varying demand.
agricultural use, and for any commercial purposes.
14.2 River Infiltration Gallery: Infiltration Galleries are capable
11. Land use pattern: The land use area of the village is of supplying large quantities of water and are used where
given in hectares. The land use pattern in the Village wells are unable to supply water needs, i.e., where an
Directory conforms to the pattern of classification of land impermeable rock barrier affects well efficiency or where surface
use as recommended by the Ministry of Agriculture, water sources are too shallow for intake screens. Infiltration
Government of India. The Ministry has recommended the galleries are one or more horizontal screens placed adjacent to
maintenance of records of land use pattern under the 9 on-shore or directly underneath (bed-mounted) a surface water
categories as indicated in the Village Directory. source.
12. System of Drainage: Generally, by drainage system, we 14.3 Bore Well Pumping System: A bore well is a well of 6"
mean the network of mains and branches of underground to 12" in diameter drilled into the earth for retrieving water. The

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depth of a bore well can vary from 50 feet to 3000 feet. Water allow spectators to stand or sit and view the event.
is pumped out to surface through electricity/generator.
20. Auditorium/Community Hall: Place where meetings, social
14.4 Pressure Tank: Tank that is used to ensure consistent functions etc., are organised.
water pressure and for storage of water. Usually located in
2011 Census Findings – Distribution of Population in
basement of house but sometimes (in older settings) located
rural-urban areas:
in well pit.
The total population of the district as per 2011 Census
15. Road lighting (Points): Road lighting means the number
is 11,77,361. Of the total population, 5,62,131 are males and
of street lights that are maintained in the town.
6,15,230 are females. The district’s share to total Karnataka’s
16. Home Orphanage: Orphanage is the name to describe a population is 1.93 percent and it ranks at 23rd place among
residential institution devoted to the care of orphans – the districts. The population of the district is further
children whose parents are deceased or otherwise unable distributed as 8,43,300 living in rural areas and 3,34,061 in
to care for them. Parents and sometimes grandparents are urban areas, constituting 71.63 and 28.37 percent of rural
legally responsible for supporting children, but in the and urban population respectively.
absence of these or other relatives willing to care for the
The population in the age-group 0-6 is reported as
children, they become a ward of the State and orphanages
1,03,160. This constitute 72.02 percent in rural areas and
are a way of providing for their care and housing.
27.98 percent in urban areas. The proportion of child
17. Working Women’s Hostel: These may be recognised or population is 8.76 percent to the total district population.
unrecognised by any public authority. The data on number of An interesting segment of India’s population is its
working women’s hostels available in the town are collected. adolescents and youth. While the adolescents are classified
as persons between 10-19 years of age, the youth are defined
18. Old Age Home: There are two types of Old Age Homes
as persons between 15-24 years. The number of adolescents
in the State. One is the “Free” type which cares for the
(10-19) in the district is 1,91,432 and the youth (15-24) is
destitute old people who have no one else to care for them.
2,12,138. Together the young age group between 10-24 years
They are given shelter, food, clothing and medical care. The
in the district constitutes 3,03,251 which is about 25.76
second type is the “Paid” home where care is provided for
percent of the total district population. The rural – urban
a fee. Nowadays, such “Retirement” homes have become
distribution remains more or less same.
very popular in the State and they are well worth
considering. Size Class and Status of Towns:
19. Stadium: A stadium is a place or venue for (mostly) outdoor The statement below gives the number of urban units
sports, concerts or other events consisting of a field or stage according to its size class and civic status of towns as per
partly or completely surrounded by a structure designed to 2011 Census:

SIZE-CLASS AND CIVIC STATUS OF TOWNS


Sl. No. Size-class of Name and civic status of town Urban Population
town
Persons Males Females

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 III Kundapura (TMC) 30444 14840 15604

2 IV Koteshwar (CT) 10229 4887 5342

3 IV Saligram (TP) 15123 7183 7940

4 I Udupi (CMC) 125306 61969 63337

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SIZE-CLASS AND CIVIC STATUS OF TOWNS


Sl. No. Size-class of Name and civic status of town Urban Population
town
Persons Males Females

1 2 3 4 5 6

5 V Varamballi (CT) 6809 3305 3504

6 VI 52 Heroor (CT) 4778 2359 2419

7 V Tonse East (CT) 7911 3758 4153

8 V Tenkanidyoor (CT) 6188 2966 3222

9 VI Korangrapady (CT) 4944 2424 2520

10 V Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 9309 4895 4414

11 V Alevoor (CT) 6302 3191 3111

12 IV Udyavara (CT) 11854 5582 6272

13 V Manipura (CT) 5001 2367 2634

14 V Yenagudde (CT) 5017 2405 2612

15 V Moodabettu (CT) 5018 2383 2635

16 V Mallar (CT) 7765 3691 4074

17 V Bada (CT) 8117 3789 4328

18 IV Nadsal (CT) 11611 5735 5876

19 III Karkal (TMC) 25800 12627 13173

20 V Sanoor (CT) 6881 3283 3598

Population Growth: areas is shown a negative growth rate of 6.91 percent which

Udupi district recorded 5.85 percent growth rate is the lowest in the State, while in urban places, it reported
during the decade 2001-2011. The decadal growth rate a growth rate of 61.89 percent which is the highest in the
reduced by 1.29 percent compared to the previous growth State.
rate between 1991-2001. The declining trend in decadal
Density:
growth rate is observed since 1991 onwards. In terms of
absolute number, population increased by 65,118 persons The density of population is defined as the number of
during the decade 2001-2011. The decadal change in rural persons per square kilometer. As such, the density recorded

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as per 2011 Census is 329 persons per sq.km. From a density percent of total population of the district. The decadal
of 115 persons per sq.km. in 1901, it increased gradually to growth rate of Scheduled Castes as per 2011 Census is
329 in 2011. At taluk level, the density ranges between as 11.43 percent. The proportion of Scheduled Castes in the
low as 201 in Karkal taluk to 599 in Udupi taluk. district to total SCs in the State is 0.72 percent. The growth

Sex Ratio: rate of Scheduled Tribes(STs) during the decade 2001-


2011 is 27.12 percent and about 4.49 percent of the
The sex ratio is defined as number of females to 1000
district’s total population are Scheduled Tribes. The share
males. According to 2011 Census, the sex ratio of the district
is 1094 and ranks first among the districts in the State. of district’s STs to total Scheduled Tribes in the State is

Though the district has favourable sex ratio, however it 1.24 percent. The decadal change in the growth rate of

decreased by 36 points compared to 2001 Census. The sex SCs and STs in urban areas has reported to be

ratio by residence has decreased in rural areas and increased significantly high compared to the growth rate in rural

in urban areas. The decrease is substantial in rural areas areas where the SCs have registered a negative growth

wherein it decreased by 37 points compared to an increase rate of 0.73 percent.

of 6 points in urban areas. Work Participation Rate:


The 0-6 child sex ratio is 958 female children to 1000 In Census, a worker is a person who has participated
male children in the district and has remained same over the
in any economically productive activity with or without
decade. However, this ratio increased in rural by 3 points
compensation or profit and a reference period to define
and decreased by 14 points in urban areas. In terms of 0-
a person as worker was one year preceding the date of
6 child sex ratio, the district ranks at 10th place among the
enumeration. As per the definition, of the total
districts in the State.
population in the district, 43.59 percent are workers.
Literacy: The male and female workers are 59.67 and 28.91 percent

In Census, a person aged 7 and above is considered respectively.


literate, if he or she can read and write with understanding The workers were further classified as main
in any language. As per definition, the literacy rate for Udupi
workers and marginal workers. The main workers are
district is 86.24 percent in 2011 as against 81.25 percent in
persons who worked for 6 months or more during the
2001, an increase of 4.99 percent during the decade. In terms
reference period and persons worked for less than 6
of ranking, the district is among the top three in the State
months are marginal workers. As classified above, of
and has retained the same ranking over the decade. The
the total workers, 89.52 percent are main workers and
gap in male – female literacy rate narrow down to 9.84
10.48 percent are marginal workers. The gender
percent in 2011 Census compared to 13.04 percent in 2001.
composition of workers as per Census classification
This gap has reduced both in rural and urban areas.
further explains that male main workers are
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes: comparatively higher than female main workers and
Total Scheduled Castes(SCs) population reported in female marginal workers are good in number than male
the district is 75,429 persons, constituting about 6.41 marginal workers.

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BRIEF ANALYSIS OF PCA DATA BASED ON INSET TABLE 1 to 35

TAB LE 1 : DECADAL CHANGE IN POPULATION OF TAHS ILS B Y RES IDENCE, 20 01 -20 11


S l. S ub-Dis trict Population Percentag e decadal Percentage
No. 2 00 1 20 11 variation 2 00 1 - urban
2 01 1 population
Total Rural Urban Total Rural Urban Total Rural Urban 20 01 2 01 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

KARNATAKA 52,850,562 34,889,033 17,961,529 61,095,297 37,469,335 23,625,962 15.60 7.40 31.54 33.99 38.67

1 Kundapura 377,420 348,829 28,591 398,471 357,798 40,673 5.58 2.57 42.26 7.58 10.21
2 Udupi 529,225 376,579 152,646 562,799 302,092 260,707 6.34 -19.78 70.79 28.84 46.32
3 Karkal 205,598 180,482 25,116 216,091 183,410 32,681 5.10 1.62 30.12 12.22 15.12
Udupi 1,112,243 905,890 206,353 1,177,361 843,300 334,061 5.85 -6.91 61.89 18.55 28.37

Decadal variation in population of taluks by residence very high in urban areas (61.89 per cent). Thus, the
is indicated in the above table. Data reveals that overall population of the district has grown faster in urban areas.
growth of 5.85 per cent has been recorded in the district Among the taluks, Udupi (6.34 per cent) has registered
during the decade. The growth of population is negative highest growth rate and Karkal (5.10 per cent) the lowest
in the rural areas (-6.91 per cent) of the district and it is in total population.

TABLE 2: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF INHABITED VILLAGES IN SPECIFIED POPULATION SIZE RANGES
WITH THE RELATED POPULATION, 2011 (RURAL)
S L.No C.D. Block Total Total rural population Number and Population less than 200
. number of percentage of
inhabited village
villages Persons Males Females Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 0090-Kundapura 98 357,798 167,859 189,939 0 ( 0 %) 0 0
2 0091-Udupi 86 302,092 143,307 158,785 0 ( 0 %) 0 0
3 0092-Karkal 49 183,410 87,681 95,729 0 ( 0 %) 0 0
Total 233 843,300 398,847 444,453 0 ( 0 %) 0 0

TABLE 2: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF INHABITED VILLAGES IN SPECIFIED POPULATION SIZE RANGES
WITH THE RELATED POPULATION, 2011 (RURAL)
Number and Population 200 - 499 Number and Population 500 - 999 Number and Population 1000 - 1999
percentage of percentage percentage
village of village of village
Males Females Males Females Males Females
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
0 ( 0 %) 0 0 1 ( 1 %) 475 505 20 ( 20 %) 14,294 17,225
0 ( 0 %) 0 0 1 ( 1 %) 446 421 19 ( 22 %) 15,028 16,999
0 ( 0 %) 0 0 4 ( 8 %) 1,627 1,741 7 ( 14 %) 5,030 5,396
0 ( 0 %) 0 0 6 ( 3 %) 2,548 2,667 46 ( 20 %) 34,352 39,620

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TABLE 2: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF INHABITED VILLAGES IN SPECIFIED POPULATION SIZE RANGES
WITH THE RELATED POPULATION, 2011 (RURAL)
Number and Population 2000 - 4999 Number and Population 5000 - 9999 Number and Population 10000 and
percentage of percentage percentage above
village of village of village
Males Females Males Females Males Females

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
58 ( 59 %) 84,779 98,280 16 ( 16 %) 47,804 52,534 3 ( 3 %) 20,507 21,395
52 ( 60 %) 79,531 88,375 12 ( 14 %) 36,692 40,247 2 ( 2 %) 11,610 12,743
25 ( 51 %) 37,513 41,512 11 ( 22 %) 31,119 33,938 2 ( 4 %) 12,392 13,142
135 ( 58 %) 201,823 228,167 39 ( 17 %) 115,615 126,719 7 ( 3 %) 44,509 47,280

The above table indicates the number and percentage the population range of 2000-4999. Only 7 villages are having
of inhabited villages with different population size ranges a population range of 10,000 and above. There are no villages
as per 2011 Census. Data reveals that out of 233 inhabited reported in the population range of less than 200 and
villages, highest number of villages 135 (58 per cent) is in between 200-499.

TABLE 3: NEW TOWNS, DE-NOTIFIED, DECLASSIFIED AND MERGED TOWNS IN 2011 CENSUS
(a) New
(i) Statutory Town Nil
(ii) Census Town Koteshwar(CT)
Varamballi(CT)
52 Heroor(CT)
Tonse East(CT)
Tenkanidyoor(CT)
Korangrapady(CT)
Badagabettu (No.80)(CT)
Alevoor(CT)
Udyavara(CT)
M anipura(CT)
M oodabettu(CT)
Bada(CT)
Nadsal(CT)
Sanoor(CT)
(b) Denotified Nil

(i) Statutory towns of 2001 denotified and also did not satisfy the criteria to be treated as Nil
census towns
(ii) Statutory towns of 2001 census denotified but identified as census towns based on Nil
demographic and economic criteria

(iii) Census towns of 2001 census are notified as statutory town in 2011 Census Nil

(c) Declassified* Nil

(d) Wholly merged with other town(s) Nil


*Declassified means the Census towns of 2001 Census which failed to satisfy the demographic and economic criterion

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TABLE 4: SEX RATIO OF THE STATE AND DISTRICT, 1901-2011


State District
Census Year
Total Rural Urban Total Rural Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1901 983 984 976 1125 1128 960

1911 981 984 960 1112 1116 1004

1921 969 975 936 1099 1104 1025

1931 965 972 927 1120 1128 1017

1941 960 965 935 1123 1129 1048

1951 966 974 941 1150 1158 1073

1961 959 973 913 1165 1178 1075

1971 957 971 913 1140 1159 1060

1981 963 978 926 1130 1147 1049

1991 960 973 930 1134 1172 1012

2001 965 977 942 1130 1151 1040

2011 973 979 963 1094 1114 1046

Note :- Sex ratio has been defined here as the number of females per 1000 males

The above table gives the sex ratio for the total, rural the sex ratio in 1901 Census was 1125 and thereafter the
and urban population of the State as well as that of the trend fluctuated over the decades. However, in 2011
district from 1901 to 2011 Census. It is observed that the Census, the district has recorded a lower sex-ratio 1094
State has shown a decreasing trend in the sex-ratio since compared to 2001 Census (1130). Further, from 1901 to
1901 Census (983) till 1941 Census (960) and fluctuating 2001 Census, the sex-ratio in rural areas have been higher
thereafter. However in 2011 Census, the State has than in urban areas, for the State as well as the district and
registered a better sex-ratio of 973, higher than the ratios the same trend is seen for the State as a whole in 2011
of the previous Censuses of 2001 and 1991. For the district, Census.

TABLE 5: SEX RATIO BY SUB-DISTRICT, 2011


S ex ratio
S L.No. Name of S ub-district
Total Rural Urban
1 2 3 4 5

1 05522-Kundapura 1124 1132 1062

2 05523-Udupi 1077 1108 1042

3 05524-Karkal 1086 1092 1054

District: Udupi-(569) 1094 1114 1046

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The above table represents the taluk-wise sex ratio for areas (1046). Taluk-wise comparison reveals that the sex
the total, rural and urban population of the district. The sex ratio in Kundapura taluk is highest among the taluks. Fur-
ratio is favourable to women for both urban and rural areas. ther, the sex ratio in urban areas is comparatively higher
There are 1094 females per 1000 males in the district. The than rural areas in all taluks except Karkal taluk, where the
sex ratio in rural areas (1114) is higher than that of urban ratio is higher in rural areas.

TABLE 6: SEX RATIO BY CD BLOCKS, 2011


Sl.No. Name of CD block Sex ratio
1 2 3

1 0090-Kundapura 1132

2 0091-Udupi 1108

3 0092-Karkal 1092

Total 1114

This table highlights the data on sex ratio by C. D. and the lowest is reported from Karkal C.D. Block
Block, which includes the rural portion of the district. (1092).The sex-ratio is favourable to women in all the
The highest sex-ratio is reported from Kundapura (1132) C.D.Blocks

TABLE 7: SEX RATIO OF RURAL POPULATION BY RANGES, 2011


Range of sex ratio for Number of Percentage of villages Percentage distribution
Population 2011
villages inhabited villages in each range of population
1 2 3 4 5

Less than 700 0 0.00 0 0.00

700 - 749 0 0.00 0 0.00

750 - 799 0 0.00 0 0.00

800 - 849 0 0.00 0 0.00

850 - 899 0 0.00 0 0.00

900 - 949 3 1.29 5586 0.66

950 - 999 10 4.29 28785 3.41

1000 - 1099 75 32.19 343523 40.74

1100+ 145 62.23 465406 55.19

District: Udupi (569) 233 100 843300 100

Sex ratio District (Rural):1114

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The sex ratio for rural population by ranges is given favourable sex ratio for women in rural areas. It covers about
with corresponding number of villages. The overall sex ratio 94 per cent of the rural population.
of rural population is 1114 and 220 villages have reported

TABLE 8: SEX RATIO OF TOWNS, 2011


Sl.No. Name of town Urban status of town Sex ratio
1 2 3 4

1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) (TMC) 1051

2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) (CT) 1093

3 803140-Saligram (TP) (TP) 1105

4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) (CMC + OG) 1024

5 608845-Varamballi (CT) (CT) 1060

6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) (CT) 1025

7 608847-Tonse East (CT) (CT) 1105

8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) (CT) 1086

9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) (CT) 1040

10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) (CT) 902

11 608851-Alevoor (CT) (CT) 975

12 608852-Udyavara (CT) (CT) 1124

13 608853-Manipura (CT) (CT) 1113

14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) (CT) 1086

15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) (CT) 1106

16 608856-Mallar (CT) (CT) 1104

17 608857-Bada (CT) (CT) 1142

18 608858-Nadsal (CT) (CT) 1025

19 803142-Karkal (TMC) (TMC) 1043

20 608914-Sanoor (CT) (CT) 1096

Sex ratio (Urban) district: 1046

The sex ratio for the urban areas of the district is 1046. whereas the lowest sex-ratio of 902 has been reported from
Of all the towns, 18 towns have favourable sex-ratio for Badagabettu (No. 80) (CT).
women. Bada (CT) has reported the highest sex-ratio 1142,

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TABLE 9: SEX RATIO OF POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 FOR SUB-DISTRICT, 2011

Sl.No. Name of Sub-district Total/ Rural/ Total population in 0-6 age group Sex ratio for
Urban 0-6 age group
Persons Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 05522-Kundapura Total 36263 18485 17778 962

Rural 32689 16671 16018 961

Urban 3574 1814 1760 970

2 05523-Udupi Total 47939 24509 23430 956

Rural 25381 12916 12465 965

Urban 22558 11593 10965 946

3 05524-Karkal Total 18958 9695 9263 955

Rural 16223 8315 7908 951

Urban 2735 1380 1355 982

District: 569-Udupi Total 103160 52689 50471 958

Rural 74293 37902 36391 960

Urban 28867 14787 14080 952

Variations in child sex ratio have been a long observed talukwise child sex ratio for 2011 Census is given in the
phenomenon and have undergone considerable debate above table which reveals that there are 958 females per
among the researchers and policy makers from time to time. 1000 males in the district. The least child sex ratio is recorded
Although the observed variations in the ratio favouring in urban areas of Udupi taluk, where the ratio is 946. The
males is a biological fact, continued decline over the periods highest child sex ratio is reported from the urban areas of
causes great concern among the policy makers. The Karkal (982).

TABLE 10 : SEX RATIO OF POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 FOR C.D. BLOCKS, 2011
S l. No. Name of C.D. block Total population in 0-6 age group S ex ratio for 0-6 age
Persons Males Females group
1 2 3 4 5 6

1 0090-Kundapura 32689 16671 16018 961

2 0091-Udupi 25381 12916 12465 965

3 0092-Karkal 16223 8315 7908 951

Total 74293 37902 36391 960

The above table highlights the data on sex ratio of only the rural portion of the district. The child sex ratio is
population in the age group 0-6 by C. D. Blocks, which include lowest in Karkala taluk (951) and highest in Udupi taluk (965).

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TABLE 11 : S EX RATIO OF RURAL POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 BY RANGES, 2011
Range of sex ratio Number of Percentage distribution Population 2011 Percentage distribution
for villages inhabited villages of villages of population
1 2 3 4 5

Less than 700 3 1.29 370 0.50

700 - 749 1 0.43 166 0.22

750 - 799 15 6.44 3695 4.97

800 - 849 17 7.30 5278 7.10

850 - 899 29 12.45 11437 15.39

900 - 949 46 19.74 15698 21.13

950 - 999 33 14.16 12372 16.65

1000 - 1099 48 20.60 16478 22.18

1100+ 41 17.60 8799 11.84

District: Udupi (569) 233 100 74293 100

Sex ratio District (Rural):960

The sex ratio of rural population in the age group 0-6 the sex ratio favourable for the girls. Similarly in 19 villages
is presented by the ranges in the above table. Though the the data shows a grim pictures of the status of girl child
overall sex ratio for the rural district is 960 girls per 1,000 where the sex ratio ranges between less than 700,700-749
boys, it is worth observing that 89 inhabited villages have and 750-799.

TABLE 12: SEX RATIO OF POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 OF TOWNS, 2011

Sl.No. Name of town Urban status Total population in 0-6 age group Sex ratio for
of town 0-6 age group
Persons Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) (TMC) 2614 1327 1287 970

2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) (CT) 960 487 473 971

3 803140-Saligram (TP) (TP) 1208 613 595 971

4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) (CMC + OG) 12192 6304 5888 934

5 608845-Varamballi (CT) (CT) 630 336 294 875

6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) (CT) 378 185 193 1043

7 608847-Tonse East (CT) (CT) 635 331 304 918

8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) (CT) 478 229 249 1087

9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) (CT) 449 232 217 935

10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) (CT) 720 363 357 983

11 608851-Alevoor (CT) (CT) 589 300 289 963

12 608852-Udyavara (CT) (CT) 971 505 466 923

13 608853-Manipura (CT) (CT) 480 220 260 1182

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TABLE 12: SEX RATIO OF POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 OF TOWNS, 2011

Sl.No. Name of town Urban status Total population in 0-6 age group Sex ratio for
of town 0-6 age group
Persons Males Females
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) (CT) 474 233 241 1034

15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) (CT) 450 238 212 891

16 608856-Mallar (CT) (CT) 901 463 438 946

17 608857-Bada (CT) (CT) 874 444 430 968

18 608858-Nadsal (CT) (CT) 1129 597 532 891

19 803142-Karkal (TMC) (TMC) 2149 1085 1064 981

20 608914-Sanoor (CT) (CT) 586 295 291 986

District (Urban): Udupi - 569 28867 14787 14080 952

The child sex ratio for the towns is given in the children. The highest sex ratio for the urban is noticed
above table. Data reveals that the urban sex ratio for in Manipura (CT) (1182) and lowest in Varamballi (CT)
the district is 952 female children per 1,000 male (875).

TABLE 13: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION IN
SUB-DISTRICTS, 2011
Sl.No. Name of Sub-District Total/ Total Total Total Percentage of Percentage of
Rural/ population Scheduled Scheduled Scheduled Castes Scheduled
Urban Castes Tribes population to total Tribes
population population population population to
total population
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 05522-Kundapura Total 398471 22759 14719 5.71 3.69
Rural 357798 21138 14265 5.91 3.99
Urban 40673 1621 454 3.99 1.12
2 05523-Udupi Total 562799 32843 26087 5.84 4.64
Rural 302092 17394 15910 5.76 5.27
Urban 260707 15449 10177 5.93 3.9
3 05524-Karkal Total 216091 19827 12091 9.18 5.6
Rural 183410 17464 11421 9.52 6.23
Urban 32681 2363 670 7.23 2.05
569-Udupi Total 1177361 75429 52897 6.41 4.49
Rural 843300 55996 41596 6.64 4.93
Urban 334061 19433 11301 5.82 3.38

The above table gives the taluk-wise Scheduled Castes population respectively. According to the rural-urban
and Scheduled Tribes population and its percentage. The distribution, about 74.2 percent of Scheduled Castes and
total Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes population in 78.6 percent of Scheduled Tribes lives in the rural areas.
the district are 75,429 and 52,897 respectively, which About 25.8 percent of Scheduled Castes and 21.4 percent
constitutes 6.41 percent and 4.49 percent of the total of Scheduled Tribes lives in the urban areas.

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TABLE 14: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES (RURAL)
POPULATION IN CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl.No. Name of CD Block Total Total Scheduled Total Percentage of Percentage of
population Castes Scheduled Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes
population Tribes population to total population to total
population population population
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 0090-Kundapura 357798 21138 14265 5.91 3.99
2 0091-Udupi 302092 17394 15910 5.76 5.27
3 0092-Karkal 183410 17464 11421 9.52 6.23
Total 843300 55996 41596 6.64 4.93

Similar analysis for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled highest and lowest Scheduled Castes population has been
Tribes population is presented in the above table by C. D. reported from Karkal C. D. Block (9.52 percent) and Udupi
Blocks, which includes only rural areas in the district. The C. D. Block (5.76 percent) respectively and Scheduled Tribes
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes constitute 6.64 and have highest population (6.23 percent) in Karkal C. D. Blocks
4.93 percent of the rural population of the district. The and lowest (3.99 percent) in Kundapura C. D. Block.

TABLE 15 : PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES POPULATION TO TOTAL POPULATION IN


VILLAGES, 2011
Percentage range of Number of villages Percentage S cheduled Castes Percentage
S cheduled Castes population Population
to total population
1 2 3 4 5

NIL 2 0.86 0 0.00

Less than 5 84 36.05 10070 17.98

5 - 10 111 47.64 29437 52.57

11 - 20 36 15.45 16489 29.45

21 - 30 0 0.00 0 0.00

31 - 40 0 0.00 0 0.00

41 - 50 0 0.00 0 0.00

51 - 75 0 0.00 0 0.00

76 and above 0 0.00 0 0.00

District: Udupi(569) 233 100.00 55996 100.00

The proportion of Scheduled Castes population to total between 5-10 percent, less than 5 percent or 11-20 percent
population in the villages is given by ranges in the above of Scheduled Castes population. As can be seen from the
table. The table reveals that 2 villages do not have any above table none of the villages have been reported under
Scheduled Castes population. Majority of villages have the population range of 21-30 percent and above.

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TABLE 16 : PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION TO TOTAL POPULATION IN


VILLAGES, 2011
Percentage range of Number of villages Percentage S cheduled Tribes Percentage
S cheduled Tribes population Population
to total population
1 2 3 4 5

NIL 9 3.86 0 0.00


Less than 5 143 61.37 7596 18.26
5 - 10 38 16.31 10961 26.35
11 - 20 29 12.45 12789 30.75
21 - 30 12 5.15 8756 21.05
31 - 40 2 0.86 1494 3.59
41 - 50 0 0.00 0 0.00
51 - 75 0 0.00 0 0.00
76 and above 0 0.00 0 0.00
District: Udupi(569) 233 100.00 41596 100.00

This table indicates the proportion of Scheduled Tribes is no village having 41-50 percent and above of Scheduled
population by ranges in the villages. Data reveals that 9 Tribes population. Majority of the villages have less than
villages do not have Scheduled Tribes population and there 5 percent of Scheduled Tribes in each village

TABLE 17 : NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES


POPULATION IN TOWNS, 2011
S l. No. Name of Town Total Total Total Percentage of Percentage of
population S cheduled S cheduled S cheduled Castes S cheduled Tribes
Castes Tribes population to total population to
population population population total population
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 30444 1439 362 4.73 1.19

2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 10229 182 92 1.78 0.9

3 803140-Saligram (TP) 15123 1011 177 6.69 1.17

4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 144960 8385 6774 5.78 4.67

5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 6809 480 92 7.05 1.35

6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 4778 218 132 4.56 2.76

7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 7911 478 95 6.04 1.2

8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 6188 205 20 3.31 0.32

9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 4944 587 174 11.87 3.52

10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 9309 522 1110 5.61 11.92

11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 6302 357 840 5.66 13.33

12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 11854 559 75 4.72 0.63

13 608853-Manipura (CT) 5001 189 352 3.78 7.04

14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 5017 190 23 3.79 0.46

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TABLE 17 : NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES


POPULATION IN TOWNS, 2011
S l. No. Name of Town Total Total Total Percentage of Percentage of
population S cheduled S cheduled S cheduled Castes S cheduled Tribes
Castes Tribes population to total population to
population population population total population
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 5018 458 34 9.13 0.68

16 608856-Mallar (CT) 7765 749 95 9.65 1.22

17 608857-Bada (CT) 8117 154 78 1.9 0.96

18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 11611 907 106 7.81 0.91

19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 25800 1744 529 6.76 2.05

20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 6881 619 141 9 2.05

District (Urban) : Udupi- 569 334061 19433 11301 5.82 3.38

The above table indicates the population and percent- of Scheduled Castes population has been reported from
age of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Towns Korangrapady (CT) (11.87 percent) and Koteshwar (CT) (1.78
in the district. The Scheduled Castes constitute 5.82 per- percent) respectively and Scheduled Tribes have highest
cent of the urban population, whereas Scheduled Tribes percentage of population (13.33 percent) in Alevoor (CT)
constitute 3.38 percent. The highest and lowest percentage and lowest (0.32 percent) in Tenkanidyoor (CT)

TABLE 18: SEX RATIO AMONG SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES
(RURAL) IN CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl.No. Name of C.D.block Scheduled Castes sex Scheduled Tribes sex
ratio ratio
1 2 3 4

1 0090-Kundapura 1042 1038

2 0091-Udupi 1066 1020

3 0092-Karkal 1012 985

Total 1040 1016

This table highlights the sex ratio of Scheduled Karkal C. D. Blocks, where the sex-ratio is favourable to
Castes and Scheduled Tribes by C. D. Blocks, which women. The highest Scheduled Tribe sex-ratio is
includes all villages in the district. The overall sex ratio reported from Kundapura (1038) followed by Udupi and
for Scheduled Castes is 1040 and for Scheduled Tribes, Karkal C.D.Blocks. The sex-ratio is favourable to
it is 1016. The highest Scheduled Castes sex-ratio is Scheduled Tribe women for Kundapura and Udupi
reported from Udupi (1066) followed by Kundapura and C.D.Blocks.

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TABLE 19: SEX RATIO AMONG SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES IN
TOWNS, 2011
Sl.No. Name of town Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes
sex ratio sex ratio
1 2 3 4

1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 1053 1142

2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 896 1044

3 803140-Saligram (TP) 1063 1011

4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 1056 1023

5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 1105 804

6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 1000 913

7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 1078 1159

8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 971 667

9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 1074 933

10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 955 1022

11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 940 1039

12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 1040 1027

13 608853-Manipura (CT) 1077 1035

14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 919 1300

15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 1072 1000

16 608856-Mallar (CT) 1003 1065

17 608857-Bada (CT) 855 857

18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 959 927

19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 1057 959

20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 990 986

District (Urban): Udupi - 569 1038 1019

The urban sex ratio in the district for Scheduled Castes females. The lowest sex ratio for Scheduled Castes has been
and Scheduled Tribes is 1038 and 1019 respectively. Out of reported from Bada (CT) which is 855 and for Scheduled
all towns, except for 8 towns in Scheduled Castes and 8 Tribes it has been reported from Tenkanidyoor (CT), which
towns in Scheduled Tribes, the sex ratio is favourable for is 667.

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TABLE 20: NUMBER OF LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE BY SEX IN SUB-DISTRICTS, 2011

Sl. Name of Sub- Total/ Number of literates and illiterates Gap in


Literacy Rate
No. district Rural/ male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates
Urban female
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females literacy
rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 05522 Total 295664 149757 145907 102807 37829 64978 81.63 88.56 75.56 13
Kundapura Rural 262464 132982 129482 95334 34877 60457 80.73 87.96 74.45 13.51
Urban 33200 16775 16425 7473 2952 4521 89.49 93.65 85.61 8.04
2 05523 Total 459858 230416 229442 102941 40538 62403 89.32 93.5 85.48 8.02
Udupi Rural 239633 119638 119995 62459 23669 38790 86.6 91.75 82.01 9.74
Urban 220225 110778 109447 40482 16869 23613 92.47 95.45 89.64 5.81
3 05524 Total 170907 85531 85376 45184 18060 27124 86.7 91.09 82.7 8.39
Karkal Rural 143149 71689 71460 40261 15992 24269 85.62 90.33 81.37 8.96
Urban 27758 13842 13916 4923 2068 2855 92.69 95.26 90.27 4.99
District: Udupi(569) Total 926429 465704 460725 250932 96427 154505 86.24 91.41 81.58 9.83
Rural 645246 324309 320937 198054 74538 123516 83.91 89.85 78.65 11.2
Urban 281183 141395 139788 52878 21889 30989 92.13 95.22 89.21 6.01

As per 2011 Census Udupi ranks in third place among 89.32 per cent of literacy rate is reported from Udupi taluk.
the districts in literacy rates. The literacy rate of Udupi When compared with urban areas the highest 92.69 per cent
district is 86.24 percent. The male literacy rate is 91.41 percent of literacy is reported from the urban areas of Karkal taluk.
and female literacy rate is 81.58 percent. The literacy rate is Udupi taluk has the highest per cent of both male and female
more in urban than in rural areas. Male literates outnumber literacy rate in the district. The gap in male - female literacy
female literates in the district. Among the taluks, the highest rate is reported to be high in Kundapura taluk.

TABLE 21: NUMBER OF LITERATES AND ILLITERATES,LITERACY RATE BY SEX


IN CD BLOCKS (RURAL), 2011
Sl. Name of CD Number of literates and illiterates Literacy rate Gap in
No. Block male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 0090-Kundapura 262464 132982 129482 95334 34877 60457 80.73 87.96 74.45 13.51

2 0091-Udupi 239633 119638 119995 62459 23669 38790 86.6 91.75 82.01 9.74

3 0092-Karkal 143149 71689 71460 40261 15992 24269 85.62 90.33 81.37 8.96

Total 645246 324309 320937 198054 74538 123516 83.91 89.85 78.65 11.2

The percentage of literates by C. D. Blocks in the respectively. Among the C. D. Blocks, the highest literacy
district accounts for 83.91 percent, in which male and female rate has been reported from Udupi C. D. Block (86.6
literacy rate accounts for 89.85 percent and 78.65 percent percent), followed by Karkal C. D. Block (85.62 percent).

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The highest female literacy rate has been reported from literacy rate has been reported from Kundapura C. D. Block
Udupi (82.01 percent).The highest gap in male-female (13.51 per cent).

TABLE 22: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY LITERACY RATE RANGE, 2011


Range of literacy Number of inhabited villages Percentage Population Percentage
rate for villages distribution of distribution of
villages population
1 2 3 4 5
0 0 0.00 0 0.00
1 - 10 0 0.00 0 0.00
11 - 20 0 0.00 0 0.00
21 - 30 0 0.00 0 0.00
31 - 40 0 0.00 0 0.00
41 - 50 0 0.00 0 0.00
51 - 60 0 0.00 0 0.00
61 - 70 0 0.00 0 0.00
71 - 80 79 33.91 212541 25.20
81 - 90 132 56.65 555607 65.88
91 - 99 22 9.44 75152 8.91
100 0 0.00 0 0.00
District: Udupi(569) 233 100.00 843300 100.00
Literacy rate for District: 83.91

The overall literacy rate for the district is 83.91 per cent. percent. About 90.56 per cent of the villages have been
The range wise data indicates that the literacy rate for the reported under these ranges. It covers 91.08 per cent of the
majority of the villages ranges between 71-80 to 81-90 total population.

TABLE 23: NUMBER OF LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Number of literates and illiterates Gap inLiteracy rate
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females rate

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 25191 12748 12443 5253 2092 3161 90.52 94.34 86.91 7.43
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 8009 4027 3982 2220 860 1360 86.41 91.52 81.78 9.74
3 803140-Saligram (TP) 12012 6080 5932 3111 1103 2008 86.32 92.54 80.76 11.78
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 123936 62607 61329 21024 9007 12017 93.35 95.86 90.91 4.95
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 5673 2815 2858 1136 490 646 91.81 94.81 89.03 5.78
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 4046 2082 1964 732 277 455 91.95 95.77 88.23 7.54
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 6696 3259 3437 1215 499 716 92.03 95.1 89.3 5.8
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 5356 2638 2718 832 328 504 93.8 96.38 91.42 4.96
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 4090 2070 2020 854 354 500 90.99 94.43 87.71 6.72

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TABLE 23: NUMBER OF LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Number of literates and illiterates Gap in Literacy rate
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females rate

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT)7857 4291 3566 1452 604 848 91.48 94.68 87.9 6.78
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 4989 2637 2352 1313 554 759 87.33 91.21 83.35 7.86
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 9991 4851 5140 1863 731 1132 91.8 95.55 88.53 7.02
13 608853-Manipura (CT) 4080 2033 2047 921 334 587 90.25 94.69 86.23 8.46
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 4262 2094 2168 755 311 444 93.81 96.41 91.44 4.97
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 4254 2044 2210 764 339 425 93.13 95.29 91.21 4.08
16 608856-Mallar (CT) 6357 3078 3279 1408 613 795 92.61 95.35 90.18 5.17
17 608857-Bada (CT) 6734 3212 3522 1383 577 806 92.97 96.02 90.35 5.67
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 9892 4987 4905 1719 748 971 94.37 97.06 91.79 5.27
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 22034 11037 10997 3766 1590 2176 93.16 95.62 90.82 4.8
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 5724 2805 2919 1157 478 679 90.93 93.88 88.27 5.61
District (Urban): Udupi(569) 281183 141395 139788 52878 21889 30989 92.13 95.22 89.21 6.01

Distribution of urban literacy rate by sex is given in Nadsal (CT) (91.79 percent) and the lowest from Saligram
the above table. Data reveals that the urban literacy rate (TP) (80.76 percent). The highest gap in the male-female
for the district is 92.13 percent. The urban male and female literacy rate was reported from Saligram (TP) (11.78
literacy rates are 95.22 and 89.21 percent respectively. percent) and the lowest from Moodabettu (CT) (4.08
The highest female literacy rate has been reported from percent).

TABLE 24: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED CASTES LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE BY SEX
IN CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl. Name of CD Number of literates and illiterates Literacy rate Gap in
No. Block male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1 0090-Kundapura 14621 7743 6878 6517 2611 3906 75.51 82.13 69.24 12.89

2 0091-Udupi 12687 6511 6176 4707 1907 2800 79.67 85.17 74.59 10.58

3 0092-Karkal 11599 6164 5435 5865 2517 3348 73.98 79.53 68.55 10.98

Total 38907 20418 18489 17089 7035 10054 76.34 82.25 70.73 11.52

The above table shows the sex-wise literacy rate among cent. The percentage of male literacy rate is 82.25 per cent
the Scheduled Castes in the C.D. Blocks of the district. The and that of female is 70.73 percent. The gap in male-female
percentage of literacy rate for the district rural is 76.34 per literacy rate is 11.52 per cent.

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TABLE 25: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY LITERACY RATE RANGE FOR SCHEDULED CASTES
POPULATION (RURAL), 2011
Range of literacy Number of inhabited villages Percentage Scheduled Castes Percentage
rate for villages having Scheduled castes distribution of population distribution of
villages population
1 2 3 4 5
0 0 0.00 0 0.00
1 - 10 0 0.00 0 0.00
11 - 20 0 0.00 0 0.00
21 - 30 0 0.00 0 0.00
31 - 40 0 0.00 0 0.00
41 - 50 3 1.30 169 0.30
51 - 60 10 4.33 1740 3.11
61 - 70 46 19.91 9074 16.20
71 - 80 107 46.32 29885 53.37
81 - 90 57 24.68 13535 24.17
91 - 99 7 3.03 1567 2.80
100 1 0.43 26 0.05
Total 231 100.00 55996 100.00
District Scheduled castes Literacy rate: 76.34

The overall literacy rate of scheduled castes in rural between 61-70, 71-80 and 81-90 percent. It covers 90.91 per
district is 76.34 per cent. The range wise rural literacy rate cent of the villages and per cent of population in these
indicates that for the majority of the villages it ranges village accounts for 93.74 per cent.

TABLE 26: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED CASTES LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of Town Number of literates and illiterates Gap in Literacy rate
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 1141 581 560 298 120 178 85.85 90.5 81.51 8.99
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 136 73 63 46 23 23 80.95 84.88 76.83 8.05
3 803140-Saligram (TP) 716 386 330 295 104 191 75.61 83.55 68.04 15.51
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 6632 3400 3232 1753 679 1074 85.81 90.55 81.33 9.22
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 385 184 201 95 44 51 85.37 85.58 85.17 0.41
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 187 102 85 31 7 24 92.12 99.03 85 14.03
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 389 198 191 89 32 57 85.12 89.19 81.28 7.91
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 169 92 77 36 12 24 88.02 92.93 82.8 10.13
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 467 244 223 120 39 81 86 92.78 79.64 13.14
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80)(CT) 379 197 182 143 70 73 81.51 85.65 77.45 8.2
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 276 152 124 81 32 49 84.4 89.94 78.48 11.46
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 435 227 208 124 47 77 84.8 89.37 80.31 9.06

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TABLE 26: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED CASTES LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of Town Number of literates and illiterates Gap in Literacy rate
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 608853-Manipura (CT) 149 73 76 40 18 22 85.14 85.88 84.44 1.44
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 163 85 78 27 14 13 91.06 92.39 89.66 2.73
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 374 189 185 84 32 52 87.59 90.43 84.86 5.57
16 608856-Mallar (CT) 591 306 285 158 68 90 86.28 89.47 83.09 6.38
17 608857-Bada (CT) 117 70 47 37 13 24 81.82 89.74 72.31 17.43
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 750 404 346 157 59 98 89.61 94.84 84.18 10.66
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 1341 683 658 403 165 238 82.83 88.13 77.96 10.17
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 444 232 212 175 79 96 78.17 81.69 74.65 7.04
District: Udupi (569) 15241 7878 7363 4192 1657 2535 84.87 89.61 80.33 9.28

Distribution of urban literacy rate by sex among the respectively. In respect of male literates the highest
Scheduled Castes population is presented in this table. percentage of literacy rate is reported from 52 Heroor (CT)
The data reveals that the urban literacy rate among the (99.03 per cent) while the lowest is reported from Sanoor
Scheduled Castes population is 84.87 per cent. The highest (CT) (81.69 per cent). Among females, the highest and
literacy rate of 92.12 per cent is recorded in 52 Heroor (CT) lowest literacy rates are reported from Yenagudde (CT)
and the lowest literacy rate in Saligram (TP) (75.61 per (89.66 per cent) and Saligram (TP) (68.04 per cent)
cent). The urban literacy rate among male and female respectively. The highest gap in male-female literacy rate
Scheduled Castes population are 89.61 and 80.33 per cent is observed in Bada CT (17.43 per cent).

TABLE 27: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED TRIBES LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE
BY SEX IN CD BLOCKS, 2011
S l. Name of CD Number of literates and illiterates Literacy rate Gap in
No. Block male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 0090-Kundapura 8883 4759 4124 5382 2241 3141 69.37 75.91 63.09 12.82
2 0091-Udupi 11723 6240 5483 4187 1636 2551 80.37 86.39 74.47 11.92
3 0092-Karkal 8225 4397 3828 3196 1357 1839 79.65 85 74.29 10.71
Total 28831 15396 13435 12765 5234 7531 76.44 82.49 70.51 11.98

The above table presents the number and literacy rates among the C. D. Blocks, for both males
percentage of literates among Scheduled Tribes by sex and females, are reported in Udupi and Kundapura C.
for C. D. Blocks. The percentage of literates by C. D. D. Block respectively. The male-female literacy gap for
Blocks, pertaining to Scheduled Tribes accounts for the district rural is 11.98 per cent. The highest gap in
76.44 per cent. The male and female literacy rates for male-female literacy rate is observed in Kundapura C.D.
them are 82.49 and 70.51 per cent. The highest and lowest Block (12.82 per cent).

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TABLE 28: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY LITERACY RATE RANGE FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES
POPULATION (RURAL), 2011
Number of inhabited Percentage Percentage
Range of literacy rate Scheduled Tribes
villages having Scheduled distribution of distribution of
for villages population
Tribes villages population
1 2 3 4 5
0 2 0.89 2 0.00
1 - 10 0 0.00 0 0.00
11 - 20 0 0.00 0 0.00
21 - 30 1 0.45 4 0.01
31 - 40 1 0.45 5 0.01
41 - 50 10 4.46 202 0.49
51 - 60 11 4.91 1587 3.82
61 - 70 46 20.54 8560 20.58
71 - 80 76 33.93 16530 39.74
81 - 90 56 25.00 14046 33.77
91 - 99 9 4.02 574 1.38
100 12 5.36 86 0.21
District: Udupi(569) 224 100.00 41596 100.00
Literacy rate for District: 76.44

The overall Scheduled Castes in the rural district is 70, 71-80 and 81-90 percent. It covers 79.47 per cent of the
76.44 per cent. The range wise rural literacy rate indicates village and percentage of the population in these villages
that for the majority of the villages it ranges between 61- accounts for 94.09 per cent

TABLE 29: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED TRIBE LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Number of Literates and Illiterates Literacy rate
Gap in
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 295 141 154 67 28 39 90.49 94.63 87.01 7.62
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 63 32 31 29 13 16 76.83 74.42 79.49 -5.07
3 803140-Saligram (TP) 104 56 48 73 32 41 67.53 69.14 65.75 3.39
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 5314 2772 2542 1460 576 884 85.61 90.86 80.54 10.32
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 62 35 27 30 16 14 74.7 77.78 71.05 6.73
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 95 55 40 37 14 23 79.83 87.3 71.43 15.87
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 77 38 39 18 6 12 89.53 100 81.25 18.75
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 18 11 7 2 1 1 94.74 100 87.5 12.5
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 115 64 51 59 26 33 76.16 82.05 69.86 12.19
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 834 449 385 276 100 176 82.09 88.39 75.79 12.6
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 622 330 292 218 82 136 81.2 87.77 74.87 12.9

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TABLE 29: NUMBER OF SCHEDULED TRIBE LITERATES AND ILLITERATES, LITERACY RATE
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Number of Literates and Illiterates Gap in Literacy rate
No. male-
Number of literates Number of illiterates female
literacy
Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Persons Males Females
rate
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 57 24 33 18 13 5 85.07 77.42 91.67 -14.25
13 608853-Manipura (CT) 258 137 121 94 36 58 79.63 85.09 74.23 10.86
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 17 9 8 6 1 5 80.95 90 72.73 17.27
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 24 12 12 10 5 5 85.71 92.31 80 12.31
16 608856-Mallar (CT) 65 35 30 30 11 19 83.33 92.11 75 17.11
17 608857-Bada (CT) 55 34 21 23 8 15 76.39 85 65.62 19.38
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 79 45 34 27 10 17 89.77 93.75 85 8.75
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 404 221 183 125 49 76 83.99 88.76 78.88 9.88
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 108 54 54 33 17 16 84.38 90 79.41 10.59
District (Urban): Udupi(569) 8666 4554 4112 2635 1044 1591 84.17 89.42 79.03 10.39

The distribution of urban literacy rate of the Scheduled is reported in Tenkanidyoor (CT) (94.74 per cent) and the
Tribes by sex is presented in the above table. It accounts lowest is reported in Saligram (TP) (67.53 per cent). In
for 84.17 per cent. The male and female literacy rate is 89.42 Koteshwar (CT) and Udyavara (CT), female literacy rate is
and 79.03 per cent respectively. The literacy rate in these higher than that of male. The male-female literacy gap for
towns exceeds 70.0 percent among Scheduled Tribes, except the district rural is 10.39 per cent. The highest gap in male-
Saligram (TP). The highest literacy rate among the towns female literacy rate is observed in Bada (CT) (19.38 per cent).

TABLE 30: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, AND NON-WORKERS
BY SEX IN SUB-DISTRICTS, 2011

Sl. Name of Sub- Persons/ Total Main workers Marginal workers Total workers Non workers
No. District Males/ populati (main and marginal
Females on workers)

Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent


age age age age
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1 05522-Kundapura Persons 398471 140111 35.16 25668 6.44 165779 41.60 232692 58.40

Males 187586 100137 53.38 10706 5.71 110843 59.09 76743 40.91

Females 210885 39974 18.96 14962 7.09 54936 26.05 155949 73.95

2 05523-Udupi Persons 562799 221312 39.32 20959 3.72 242271 43.05 320528 56.95

Males 270954 150729 55.63 11422 4.22 162151 59.84 108803 40.16

Females 291845 70583 24.19 9537 3.27 80120 27.45 211725 72.55

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TABLE 30: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, AND NON-WORKERS
BY SEX IN SUB-DISTRICTS, 2011

Sl. Name of Sub- Persons/ Total Main workers Marginal workers Total workers Non workers
No. District Males/ populati (main and marginal
Females on workers)

Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent


age age age age
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
3 05524-Karkal Persons 216091 98023 45.36 7168 3.32 105191 48.68 110900 51.32

Males 103591 59132 57.08 3273 3.16 62405 60.24 41186 39.76

Females 112500 38891 34.57 3895 3.46 42786 38.03 69714 61.97

District: Udupi (569) Persons 1177361 459446 39.02 53795 4.57 513241 43.59 664120 56.41

Males 562131 309998 55.15 25401 4.52 335399 59.67 226732 40.33

Females 615230 149448 24.29 28394 4.62 177842 28.91 437388 71.09

This table provides sex-wise distribution of Main and percentage of female workers is also highest (38.03
workers, Marginal workers and Non workers of the district per cent) in Karkal taluk, whereas it is lowest (26.05 per
for each taluk as per 2011 Census. Percentage of Total cent) in Kundapura taluk. Total number of Non workers is
workers for the district is 43.59 per cent. Among the taluks 6,64,120 for the district which is 56.41 per cent of the total
percentage of worker is highest (48.68 per cent) in Karkal population.

TABLE 31: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS AND NON-WORKERS
BY SEX IN CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl. Name of CD Persons/ Total Main workers Marginal Total workers Non workers
No. Block Males/ population workers (main and
Females marginal workers)
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
age age age age
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 0090-Kundapura Persons 357798 125702 35.13 24378 6.81 150080 41.95 207718 58.05
Males 167859 89250 53.17 9962 5.93 99212 59.10 68647 40.90
Females 189939 36452 19.19 14416 7.59 50868 26.78 139071 73.22
2 0091-Udupi Persons 302092 122243 40.47 12607 4.17 134850 44.64 167242 55.36
Males 143307 80551 56.21 6354 4.43 86905 60.64 56402 39.36
Females 158785 41692 26.26 6253 3.94 47945 30.19 110840 69.81
3 0092-Karkal Persons 183410 85626 46.69 5919 3.23 91545 49.91 91865 50.09
Males 87681 50792 57.93 2558 2.92 53350 60.85 34331 39.15
Females 95729 34834 36.39 3361 3.51 38195 39.90 57534 60.10
Total Persons 843300 333571 39.56 42904 5.09 376475 44.64 466825 55.36
Males 398847 220593 55.31 18874 4.73 239467 60.04 159380 39.96
Females 444453 112978 25.42 24030 5.41 137008 30.83 307445 69.17

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This table provides sex-wise distribution of Main worker is highest (49.91 per cent) in Karkal C. D. Block.
workers, Marginal workers and Non workers by C. D. Blocks The percentage of female workers is also highest (39.9 per
for each taluk as per 2011 Census. Percentage of Total cent) in Karkal C. D. Block whereas it is lowest (26.78 per
workers for the district rural is 44.64 per cent, in which cent) in Kundapura C. D. Block. Total number of Non
39.56 per cent are main workers and 5.09 per cent are workers is 4,66,825 for the district rural which is 55.36 per
marginal workers. Among the C. D. Blocks, percentage of cent of the total population.

TABLE 32: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, AND NON-WORKERS
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Persons/ Total Main workers Marginal Total workers Non workers
No. Males/ population workers (main and marginal
Females workers)
Number Percen Number Percen Number Percent Number Perce
tage tage age ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1 803139 Persons 30444 10551 34.66 1012 3.32 11563 37.98 18881 62.02
Kundapura (TMC) Males 14840 8147 54.90 581 3.92 8728 58.81 6112 41.19
Females 15604 2404 15.41 431 2.76 2835 18.17 12769 81.83
2 608758 Persons 10229 3858 37.72 278 2.72 4136 40.43 6093 59.57
Koteshwar (CT) Males 4887 2740 56.07 163 3.34 2903 59.40 1984 40.60
Females 5342 1118 20.93 115 2.15 1233 23.08 4109 76.92
3 803140 Persons 15123 5962 39.42 1219 8.06 7181 47.48 7942 52.52
Saligram (TP) Males 7183 4151 57.79 431 6.00 4582 63.79 2601 36.21
Females 7940 1811 22.81 788 9.92 2599 32.73 5341 67.27
4 803141 Persons 144960 55301 38.15 3980 2.75 59281 40.89 85679 59.11
Udupi (CMC + OG)Males 71614 39989 55.84 2548 3.56 42537 59.40 29077 40.60
Females 73346 15312 20.88 1432 1.95 16744 22.83 56602 77.17
5 608845 Persons 6809 2445 35.91 299 4.39 2744 40.30 4065 59.70
Varamballi (CT) Males 3305 1758 53.19 184 5.57 1942 58.76 1363 41.24
Females 3504 687 19.61 115 3.28 802 22.89 2702 77.11
6 608846 Persons 4778 1870 39.14 127 2.66 1997 41.80 2781 58.20
52 Heroor (CT) Males 2359 1346 57.06 96 4.07 1442 61.13 917 38.87
Females 2419 524 21.66 31 1.28 555 22.94 1864 77.06
7 608847- Persons 7911 2726 34.46 145 1.83 2871 36.29 5040 63.71
Tonse East (CT) Males 3758 1929 51.33 118 3.14 2047 54.47 1711 45.53
Females 4153 797 19.19 27 0.65 824 19.84 3329 80.16
8 608848 Persons 6188 2484 40.14 111 1.79 2595 41.94 3593 58.06
Tenkanidyoor (CT) Males 2966 1769 59.64 75 2.53 1844 62.17 1122 37.83
Females 3222 715 22.19 36 1.12 751 23.31 2471 76.69
9 608849- Persons 4944 2021 40.88 203 4.11 2224 44.98 2720 55.02
Korangrapady (CT) Males 2424 1394 57.51 116 4.79 1510 62.29 914 37.71
Females 2520 627 24.88 87 3.45 714 28.33 1806 71.67

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TABLE 32: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF MAIN WORKERS, MARGINAL WORKERS, AND NON-WORKERS
BY SEX IN TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Persons/ Total Main workers Marginal Total workers Non workers
No. Males/ population workers (main and marginal
Females workers)
Number Percen Number Percen Number Percent Number Perce
tage tage age ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
10 608850 Persons 9309 3714 39.90 82 0.88 3796 40.78 5513 59.22
Badagabettu Males 4895 2454 50.13 40 0.82 2494 50.95 2401 49.05
(No.80) (CT) Females 4414 1260 28.55 42 0.95 1302 29.50 3112 70.50
11 608851 Persons 6302 3006 47.70 145 2.30 3151 50.00 3151 50.00
Alevoor (CT) Males 3191 1964 61.55 84 2.63 2048 64.18 1143 35.82
Females 3111 1042 33.49 61 1.96 1103 35.45 2008 64.55
12 608852 Persons 11854 4007 33.80 558 4.71 4565 38.51 7289 61.49
Udyavara (CT) Males 5582 2778 49.77 414 7.42 3192 57.18 2390 42.82
Females 6272 1229 19.60 144 2.30 1373 21.89 4899 78.11
13 608853 Persons 5001 1804 36.07 132 2.64 1936 38.71 3065 61.29
Manipura (CT) Males 2367 1323 55.89 72 3.04 1395 58.94 972 41.06
Females 2634 481 18.26 60 2.28 541 20.54 2093 79.46
14 608854 Persons 5017 1851 36.89 70 1.40 1921 38.29 3096 61.71
Yenagudde (CT) Males 2405 1352 56.22 52 2.16 1404 58.38 1001 41.62
Females 2612 499 19.10 18 0.69 517 19.79 2095 80.21
15 608855 Persons 5018 2183 43.50 50 1.00 2233 44.50 2785 55.50
Moodabettu (CT) Males 2383 1383 58.04 19 0.80 1402 58.83 981 41.17
Females 2635 800 30.36 31 1.18 831 31.54 1804 68.46
16 608856 Persons 7765 2823 36.36 212 2.73 3035 39.09 4730 60.91
Mallar (CT) Males 3691 1885 51.07 135 3.66 2020 54.73 1671 45.27
Females 4074 938 23.02 77 1.89 1015 24.91 3059 75.09
17 608857 Persons 8117 3002 36.98 143 1.76 3145 38.75 4972 61.25
Bada (CT) Males 3789 2022 53.37 72 1.90 2094 55.27 1695 44.73
Females 4328 980 22.64 71 1.64 1051 24.28 3277 75.72
18 608858- Persons 11611 3870 33.33 876 7.54 4746 40.88 6865 59.12
Nadsal (CT) Males 5735 2681 46.75 612 10.67 3293 57.42 2442 42.58
Females 5876 1189 20.23 264 4.49 1453 24.73 4423 75.27
19 803142 Persons 25800 9339 36.20 1078 4.18 10417 40.38 15383 59.62
Karkal (TMC) Males 12627 6569 52.02 587 4.65 7156 56.67 5471 43.33
Females 13173 2770 21.03 491 3.73 3261 24.76 9912 75.24
20 608914 Persons 6881 3058 44.44 171 2.49 3229 46.93 3652 53.07
Sanoor (CT) Males 3283 1771 53.94 128 3.90 1899 57.84 1384 42.16
Females 3598 1287 35.77 43 1.20 1330 36.96 2268 63.04
District(Urban): Persons 334061 125875 37.68 10891 3.26 136766 40.94 197295 59.06
Udupi(569) Males 163284 89405 54.75 6527 4.00 95932 58.75 67352 41.25
Females 170777 36470 21.36 4364 2.56 40834 23.91 129943 76.09

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This table provides sex-wise distribution of Workers ers are 23.91 percent. The highest number of workers are
by category for the urban areas of the district. The percent- reported from Alevoor (CT) i.e., 50 percent. The highest
age of Total workers for the district urban is 40.94 percent, number of Non-workers is reported from Tonse East i.e.,
where the male workers are 58.75 per cent and female work- 63.71 percent

TABLE 33: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN SUB-
DISTRICT, 2011
Sl. Name of Sub- Persons Total Total Category of workers
No. District / Males/ population workers Cultivators Agricultural Household Other workers
Females (main + labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 05522 Persons 398471 165779 26237 15.83 31042 18.72 2608 1.57 105892 63.88
Kundapura Males 187586 110843 15743 14.20 13966 12.60 1476 1.33 79658 71.87
Females 210885 54936 10494 19.10 17076 31.08 1132 2.06 26234 47.75
2 05523 Persons 562799 242271 21468 8.86 22779 9.40 6106 2.52 191918 79.22
Udupi Males 270954 162151 13241 8.17 11293 6.96 2944 1.82 134673 83.05
Females 291845 80120 8227 10.27 11486 14.34 3162 3.95 57245 71.45
3 05524 Persons 216091 105191 15438 14.68 9569 9.10 1866 1.77 78318 74.45
Karkal Males 103591 62405 9493 15.21 5773 9.25 1090 1.75 46049 73.79
Females 112500 42786 5945 13.89 3796 8.87 776 1.81 32269 75.42
District: Persons 1177361 513241 63143 12.30 63390 12.35 10580 2.06 376128 73.28
Udupi (569) Males 562131 335399 38477 11.47 31032 9.25 5510 1.64 260380 77.63
Females 615230 177842 24666 13.87 32358 18.19 5070 2.85 115748 65.08

The distribution of total workers by sex according to and cultivators together constitute 24.65 percent of the total
four-fold category of workers in taluks is highlighted in the workers. In all the three C. D. Blocks, Other workers constitute
above table. Data reveals that Other workers constitutes 73.28 more than 60 percent of the total workers. Percentage of Other
per cent of the total workers, whereas agricultural labourers workers is highest in Udupi C. D. Block i.e. 79.22 per cent.

TABLE 34: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN


CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl. Name of CD Persons Total Total Category of Workers
No. Block / Males/ population workers Agricultural Household
Females (main + Cultivators Other workers
labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 0090-Kundapura Persons 357798 150080 25844 17.22 30316 20.20 2432 1.62 91488 60.96
Males 167859 99212 15494 15.62 13673 13.78 1366 1.38 68679 69.22
Females 189939 50868 10350 20.35 16643 32.72 1066 2.10 22809 44.84
2 0091-Udupi Persons 302092 134850 18696 13.86 19335 14.34 3397 2.52 93422 69.28
Males 143307 86905 11433 13.16 9755 11.22 1673 1.93 64044 73.69
Females 158785 47945 7263 15.15 9580 19.98 1724 3.60 29378 61.27

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TABLE 34: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN


CD BLOCKS, 2011
Sl. Name of CD Persons Total Total Category of Workers
No. Block / Males/ population workers Agricultural Household
Females (main + Cultivators Other workers
labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
3 0092-Karkal Persons 183410 91545 15050 16.44 9213 10.06 1508 1.65 65774 71.85
Males 87681 53350 9206 17.26 5603 10.50 953 1.79 37588 70.46
Females 95729 38195 5844 15.30 3610 9.45 555 1.45 28186 73.79
Total Persons 843300 376475 59590 15.83 58864 15.64 7337 1.95 250684 66.59
Males 398847 239467 36133 15.09 29031 12.12 3992 1.67 170311 71.12
Females 444453 137008 23457 17.12 29833 21.77 3345 2.44 80373 58.66

The distribution of workers by economic activity is higher in Kundapur C.D block where it is 17.22 percent and
presented for the C.D blocks of the district which includes 20.20 per cent respectively. On the other hand, the lowest
only the rural population. The above table shows that the of 13.86 percent of cultivators in Udupi C. D. Block and
percentage of Other workers are higher than the other three 10.06 percent of agricultural labourers in Karkal C. D. Block
category of workers in all C.D blocks. The above distribu- are reported. The highest percentage of Other workers is
tion points out that cultivators and agricultural labourer are reported from Karkal C. D. Block (71.85 percent).

TABLE 35: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN


TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Persons Total Total Category of workers
No. / Males/ population workers Agricultural Household
Cultivators Other workers
Females (main + labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 803139 Persons 30444 11563 213 1.84 402 3.48 131 1.13 10817 93.55

Kundapura Males 14840 8728 135 1.55 163 1.87 87 1.00 8343 95.59

(TMC) Females 15604 2835 78 2.75 239 8.43 44 1.55 2474 87.27

2 608758 Persons 10229 4136 180 4.35 324 7.83 45 1.09 3587 86.73

Koteshwar Males 4887 2903 114 3.93 130 4.48 23 0.79 2636 90.80

(CT) Females 5342 1233 66 5.35 194 15.73 22 1.78 951 77.13

3 803140 Persons 15123 7181 549 7.65 1907 26.56 86 1.20 4639 64.60

Saligram Males 7183 4582 347 7.57 645 14.08 62 1.35 3528 77.00

(TP) Females 7940 2599 202 7.77 1262 48.56 24 0.92 1111 42.75

4 803141 Persons 144960 59281 648 1.09 532 0.90 1588 2.68 56513 95.33

Udupi Males 71614 42537 490 1.15 302 0.71 773 1.82 40972 96.32

(CMC + OG) Females 73346 16744 158 0.94 230 1.37 815 4.87 15541 92.82

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TABLE 35: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN


TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Persons Total Total Category of workers
No. / Males/ population workers Agricultural Household
Cultivators Other workers
Females (main + labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

5 608845 Persons 6809 2744 99 3.61 159 5.79 47 1.71 2439 88.88

Varamballi Males 3305 1942 69 3.55 85 4.38 27 1.39 1761 90.68

(CT) Females 3504 802 30 3.74 74 9.23 20 2.49 678 84.54

6 608846 Persons 4778 1997 125 6.26 48 2.40 93 4.66 1731 86.68

52 Heroor Males 2359 1442 88 6.10 36 2.50 51 3.54 1267 87.86

(CT) Females 2419 555 37 6.67 12 2.16 42 7.57 464 83.60

7 608847 Persons 7911 2871 51 1.78 31 1.08 21 0.73 2768 96.41

Tonse East Males 3758 2047 37 1.81 25 1.22 4 0.20 1981 96.78

(CT) Females 4153 824 14 1.70 6 0.73 17 2.06 787 95.51

8 608848 Persons 6188 2595 74 2.85 73 2.81 36 1.39 2412 92.95

Tenkanidyoor Males 2966 1844 54 2.93 54 2.93 28 1.52 1708 92.62

(CT) Females 3222 751 20 2.66 19 2.53 8 1.07 704 93.74

9 608849 Persons 4944 2224 120 5.40 45 2.02 88 3.96 1971 88.62

Korangrapady Males 2424 1510 69 4.57 26 1.72 28 1.85 1387 91.85

(CT) Females 2520 714 51 7.14 19 2.66 60 8.40 584 81.79

10 608850 Persons 9309 3796 202 5.32 62 1.63 30 0.79 3502 92.26

Badagabettu Males 4895 2494 122 4.89 42 1.68 26 1.04 2304 92.38

(No.80) (CT) Females 4414 1302 80 6.14 20 1.54 4 0.31 1198 92.01

11 608851 Persons 6302 3151 113 3.59 125 3.97 104 3.30 2809 89.15

Alevoor Males 3191 2048 72 3.52 61 2.98 34 1.66 1881 91.85

(CT) Females 3111 1103 41 3.72 64 5.80 70 6.35 928 84.13

12 608852 Persons 11854 4565 73 1.60 97 2.12 74 1.62 4321 94.65

Udyavara Males 5582 3192 51 1.60 62 1.94 58 1.82 3021 94.64

(CT) Females 6272 1373 22 1.60 35 2.55 16 1.17 1300 94.68

13 608853 Persons 5001 1936 128 6.61 72 3.72 16 0.83 1720 88.84

Manipura Males 2367 1395 87 6.24 35 2.51 10 0.72 1263 90.54

(CT) Females 2634 541 41 7.58 37 6.84 6 1.11 457 84.47

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TABLE 35: DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY SEX IN FOUR CATEGORIES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN


TOWNS, 2011
Sl. Name of town Persons Total Total Category of workers
No. / Males/ population workers Agricultural Household
Cultivators Other workers
Females (main + labourers industry
marginal Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce Number Perce
workers) ntage ntage ntage ntage
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 608854 Persons 5017 1921 61 3.18 54 2.81 14 0.73 1792 93.28

Yenagudde Males 2405 1404 46 3.28 33 2.35 10 0.71 1315 93.66

(CT) Females 2612 517 15 2.90 21 4.06 4 0.77 477 92.26

15 608855 Persons 5018 2233 256 11.46 90 4.03 114 5.11 1773 79.40

Moodabettu Males 2383 1402 121 8.63 44 3.14 58 4.14 1179 84.09

(CT) Females 2635 831 135 16.25 46 5.54 56 6.74 594 71.48

16 608856 Persons 7765 3035 95 3.13 83 2.73 244 8.04 2613 86.10

Mallar Males 3691 2020 39 1.93 52 2.57 50 2.48 1879 93.02

(CT) Females 4074 1015 56 5.52 31 3.05 194 19.11 734 72.32

17 608857 Persons 8117 3145 91 2.89 15 0.48 22 0.70 3017 95.93

Bada Males 3789 2094 48 2.29 6 0.29 10 0.48 2030 96.94

(CT) Females 4328 1051 43 4.09 9 0.86 12 1.14 987 93.91

18 608858 Persons 11611 4746 87 1.83 51 1.07 132 2.78 4476 94.31

Nadsal Males 5735 3293 68 2.06 30 0.91 42 1.28 3153 95.75

(CT) Females 5876 1453 19 1.31 21 1.45 90 6.19 1323 91.05

19 803142 Persons 25800 10417 144 1.38 283 2.72 343 3.29 9647 92.61

Karkal Males 12627 7156 105 1.47 130 1.82 124 1.73 6797 94.98

(TMC) Females 13173 3261 39 1.20 153 4.69 219 6.72 2850 87.40

20 608914 Persons 6881 3229 244 7.56 73 2.26 15 0.46 2897 89.72

Sanoor Males 3283 1899 182 9.58 40 2.11 13 0.68 1664 87.63

(CT) Females 3598 1330 62 4.66 33 2.48 2 0.15 1233 92.71

District Persons 334061 136766 3553 2.60 4526 3.31 3243 2.37 125444 91.72

(Urban): Males 163284 95932 2344 2.44 2001 2.09 1518 1.58 90069 93.89

Udupi(569) Females 170777 40834 1209 2.96 2525 6.18 1725 4.22 35375 86.63

The sex wise distribution of Workers by economic activity 5.91 and Other Workers category constitutes 91.72 per cent.
is presented for the urban areas of the district. The total numbers Highest percentage of Main and Marginal Workers has been
of workers, Main and Marginal constitute 40.94 per cent of total reported from Alevoor (CT) (50 percent) and Cultivators 11.46
urban population. Cultivators and Agricultural Labourers are per cent has been reported from Moodabettu (CT).

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BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE VILLAGE DIRECTORY AND TOWN DIRECTORY


BASED ON INSET TABLE 36 to 45

TABLE 36: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO AVAILABILITY OF DIFFERENT AMENITIES, 2011


Sl. Name of CD Number
No. Block of Type of amenity available
inhabited
villages Educat Medical Drink Post Teleph Transp Banks Agricul Approach Power
ion* ^ ing office# one ** ort @ tural by pucca supply
water commu credit road
nicatio societie
$ s
ns

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

98 97 98 97 98 98 30 20 98 98
1 0090-Kundapura 98
(100) (98.98) (100) (98.98) (100) (100) (30.61) (20.41) (100) (100)

85 86 86 84 86 86 31 16 86 86
2 0091-Udupi 86
(98.84) (100) (100) (97.67) (100) (100) (36.05) (18.6) (100) (100)

49 49 49 46 49 49 14 9 49 49
3 0092-Karkal 49
(100) (100) (100) (93.88) (100) (100) (28.57) (18.37) (100) (100)

232 232 233 227 233 233 75 45 233 233


Total 233
(99.57) (99.57) (100) (97.42) (100) (100) (32.19) (19.31) (100) (100)

Note:-

* Education includes all education facilities.

^ Medical includes all medical facilities.

# Post office includes post office, telegraph office and Post and telegraph office.

$ Transport communication includes bus service, rail facility and navigable waterways.

@ Bank includes Commercial Bank and Cooperative Bank.

** Telephone includes Telephone,PCO and Mobile.

This table provides brief analysis of various amenities villages have drinking water, telephone, transport and
which are available in C.D. Blocks of the district. It can be communication, approach by pucca road and power supply
seen from the above table that good percentage of inhabited facilities. Post office facilities are available for 97.42 percent
villages have educational and medical facilities, which is of villages. About 32.19 percent of villages have banking
about 99.57 percent. The position of medical facilities varies facility and 19.31 percent of villages have agricultural credit
from 98.98 percent to 100 percent in the C.D Blocks. All society in the district.

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TABLE 37: NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF RURAL POPULATION SERVED BY DIFFERENT AMENITIES, 2011

Sl. Name of CD Total


No. Block population Type of amenity available
of
inhabited Educati Medical Drinki Post Telepho Transpo Banks Agricu Approa Power
on* ^ ng # ne ** rt @ ltural ch by supply
villages office
water commun credit pucca
ications societi road
$ es

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

0090- 357798 356818 357798 354466 357798 357798 140104 91331 357798 357798
1 357798
Kundapura (100) (99.73) (100) (99.07) (100) (100) (39.16) (25.53) (100) (100)

300806 302092 302092 297920 302092 302092 132770 79694 302092 302092
2 0091-Udupi 302092
(99.57) (100) (100) (98.62) (100) (100) (43.95) (26.38) (100) (100)

183410 183410 183410 180449 183410 183410 52335 40308 183410 183410
3 0092-Karkal 183410
(100) (100) (100) (98.39) (100) (100) (28.53) (21.98) (100) (100)

842014 842320 843300 832835 843300 843300 325209 211333 843300 843300
Total 843300
(99.85) (99.88) (100) (98.76) (100) (100) (38.56) (25.06) (100) (100)

Note:-

* Education includes all education facilities.

^ Medical includes all medical facilities.

# Post office includes post office, telegraph office and Post and telegraph office.

$ Transport communication includes bus service, rail facility and navigable waterways.

@ Bank includes Commercial Bank and Cooperative Bank.

** Telephone includes Telephone,PCO and Mobile.

C.D. Blockwise distribution of population served by supply is available to the entire (100 percent) rural popu-

different amenities is presented in this table. Data reveals lation. About 98.76 percent of rural population is served

that 99.85 percent of the rural population is served by with post facility. Only 38.56 percent of the rural popula-

educational institutions while 99.88 percent have medical tion have banking facility and whereas 25.06 percent of

facility. Drinking water facility, telephone, transport and them have the facility of agricultural credit society to the

communication, approach by pucca roads and power entire rural population

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TABLE 38: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES NOT HAVING CERTAIN AMENITIES, ARRANGED BY DISTANCE
RANGES FROM THE PLACES WHERE THESE ARE AVAILABLE, 2011
Village not having the Distance range of place from the villages where the amenity is available
amenity of
Less than 5 kilometres 5-10 kilometres 10+ kilometres Total (Col. 2-4)
1 2 3 4 5
1. Education:-

(a) Primary school 1 0 0 1

(b) Middle school 10 1 0 11

(c) Degree college 70 101 52 223

2. Medical:-

(a) Hospital 23 78 118 219

(b) PHC 65 90 17 172

3. Post office- 6 0 0 6

4. Telephone 0 0 0 0

5. Bus service 0 0 0 0

6. Bank:-

(a) Commercial Bank 63 82 14 159

(b) Cooprative bank 15 72 145 232

7. Agricultural credit societies 81 81 26 188

Degree college includes Art,Engineering and Medicine


Hospital includes Allopathic & Alternative Medicine
Post office includes post office, telegraph office and post & telegraph office
Telephone includes Telephone, PCO and mobiles
Bus includes private and public

One village in the district do not have primary school hospitals within the village. Of this, 118 villages have
facility, but it is located at a distance of less than 5 km. this facility at a distance of more than 10 km. For 172
Totally 11 villages do not have middle school. Out of villages primary health centres are not available within
which 10 villages have this facility at a distance of less the village. Regarding Post office, only 6 villages do not
than 5 km. Similarly 223 villages do not have Degree have this facility within the village, but are available at
College. Out of which 70 villages have this facility at a a distance of less than 5 km. Majority of the villages
distance of less than 5 km. and 101 villages have the have banking facility at a distance of 5-10 km range. For
facility at a distance of 5-10 km. For 52 villages the Degree 107 villages agricultural credit societies are available at
College is located at more than 10 km. away. With regard a distance of more than 5 km. The other details can be
to medical facilities, 219 villages do not have access to seen from the above table.

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TABLE 39: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE DISTANCE FROM THE NEAREST STATUTORY
TOWN AND AVAILABILITY OF DIFFERENT AMENITIES, 2011
Distance Range Number\ Number of Type of amenity available
from the nearest Percentage Inhabited
Statutory Town Villages in Educat Medical Post Telep Transport Banks Agricult Appro
(In Kilometres) Each Range ion* ^ Office# hone Communi @ ural ach by
** cations $ Credit Pucca
Societies Road
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Less than 5 Number 15 15 15 14 15 15 4 3 15

Percentage 100 100 93.33 100 100 26.67 20 100

5 - 15 Number 122 122 121 120 122 122 45 23 122

Percentage 100 99.18 98.36 100 100 36.89 18.85 100

16- 50 Number 96 95 96 93 96 96 26 19 96

Percentage 98.96 100 96.88 100 100 27.08 19.79 100

51+ Number 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Percentage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Unspecified Number 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Percentage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total Number 233 232 232 227 233 233 75 45 233

Percentage 99.57 99.57 97.42 100 100 32.19 19.31 100

Note:-

* Education includes all education facilities.

^ Medical includes all medical facilities.

# Post office includes post office, telegraph office and Post and telegraph office.

$ Transport communication includes bus service, rail facility and navigable waterways.

@ Bank includes Commercial Bank and Cooperative Bank.

** Telephone includes Telephone,PCO and Mobile.

The villages have been arranged according to the dis- km. and 16-50 km. respectively. The distance from the near-
tance in ranges from the nearest statutory town. Majority est statutory town to the village has been highly correlated
of the villages are little far from their nearest town, particu- with type of amenities available as per 2011 Census. Irre-
larly 122 and 96 villages are situated at a distance of 5-15 spective of the distance, villages have certain amenities

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TABLE 40: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE AND AMENITIES


AVAILABLE, 2011
Population Number/ Number Type of amenity available
range Percentage of Educa Medic Drinki Post Teleph Transpo Banks Agricult Approa Power
inhabited tion* al^ ng # @
office one ** rt ural ch by supply
villages water commun credit pucca
in each societies road
ications
range $

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1-499 Number 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percentage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
500-999 Number 6 6 5 6 4 6 6 2 0 6 6
Percentage 100 83.33 100 66.67 100 100 33.33 0 100 100
1000 - 1999 Number 46 45 46 46 45 46 46 4 3 46 46
Percentage 97.83 100 100 97.83 100 100 8.7 6.52 100 100
2000 - 4999 Number 135 135 135 135 132 135 135 42 26 135 135
Percentage 100 100 100 97.78 100 100 31.11 19.26 100 100
5000 - 9999 Number 39 39 39 39 39 39 39 26 13 39 39
Percentage 100 100 100 100 100 100 66.67 33.33 100 100
10000 + Number 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 3 7 7
Percentage 100 100 100 100 100 100 14.29 42.86 100 100
District Total Number 233 232 232 233 227 233 233 75 45 233 233
Percentage 99.57 99.57 100 97.42 100 100 32.19 19.31 100 100

Note:-
* Education includes all education facilities.
^ Medical includes all medical facilities.
# Post office includes post office, telegraph office and Post and telegraph office.
$ Transport communication includes bus service, railway facility and navigable waterways.
@ Bank includes Commercial Bank and Cooperative Bank.
** Telephone includes Telephone,PCO and Mobile.

Table no. 40 depicts the distribution of villages facility is available to all the villages having population
according to population range and availability of certain 1000 and above. Except one village under population range
amenities. Irrespective of the villages distributed under 1000-1999, all the villages have education facility. Post office
different population ranges, amenities like drinking water, facility is available for 97.42 per cent of villages. Banking
telephone, transport and communication, approach by pucca and agricultural credit society facilities are available for 32.19
road and power supply is available to all the villages. Medical percent and 19.31 percent of villages respectively.

TABLE 41: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO LAND USE, 2011


Sl. No. Name of CD Block Number of inhabited Total area (in Percentage of Percentage of
villages Hectares) cultivable area to total irrigated area to
area total cultivable area
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 0090-Kundapura 98 153840.33 25.72 32.57
2 0091-Udupi 86 74075.54 36.29 39.04

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TABLE 41: DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO LAND USE, 2011


Sl. No. Name of CD Block Number of inhabited Total area (in Percentage of Percentage of
villages Hectares) cultivable area to total irrigated area to
area total cultivable area
1 2 3 4 5 6
3 0092-Karkal 49 103480.50 33.12 24.83
Total 233 331396.37 30.39 31.66

Note:- Cultivable area= irrigated area + unirrigated area

This table depicts the distribution of villages according total area. Among the C. D. Blocks, Udupi is having the
to land use. Data reveals that, only the cultivable area of highest percentage of cultivable area i.e. 36.29 percent. The
the rural district has been taken into consideration which percentage of irrigated area to the total cultivable area for
includes both irrigated and un-irrigated areas. The cultivable the district is 31.66 percent and it is highest in Udupi C. D.
area of the rural portion comprise of 30.39 percent of the Block (39.04 percent).

TABLE 42: SCHOOLS/ COLLEGES PER 10,000 POPULATION IN TOWNS, 2011


Sl. No. Name of the town Type of educational institution
Primary Middle Secondary / Senior College
matriculation secondary

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 8 6 3 2 1
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 4 5 2 3 1
3 803140-Saligram (TP) 5 5 1 0 1
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 4 5 2 1 0
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 6 6 7 3 0
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 2 4 2 0 0
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 10 13 5 1 1
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 5 5 2 2 2
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 0 0 0 0 0
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 2 2 4 0 0
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 6 5 5 0 0
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 6 5 5 1 0
13 608853-Manipura (CT) 4 6 6 0 0
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 12 10 6 2 0
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 2 4 4 2 0
16 608856-Mallar (CT) 4 4 3 3 0
17 608857-Bada (CT) 5 5 4 1 0
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 5 5 5 1 0
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 9 9 5 2 1
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 12 7 1 1 0
Total 111 111 72 25 7
Note- * College includes Arts/ Science/ Commerce College (Degree Level and above)

The types of educational institutions per 10,000 population Matriculation, 25 Senior secondary and 7 college per 10,000
for the urban district is provided in the above table. The urban population. The town wise data is provided in the above
district has 111 primary schools, 111 middle, 72 Secondary/ table.

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TABLE 43: NUMBER OF BEDS IN MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS IN TOWNS, 2011


Sl. No. Name of the town Number of beds in medical institutions
per 10,000 population (Approx. numbers)
1 2 3
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 85
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) 45
3 803140-Saligram (TP) 38
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 43
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) 40
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) 0
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) 0
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) 6
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) 16
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 4
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) 6
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) 3
13 608853-Manipura (CT) 108
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) 14
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) 108
16 608856-Mallar (CT) 5
17 608857-Bada (CT) 5
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) 52
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) 81
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) 6
Total 665

The number of beds in medical institutions per reported 665 beds per 10,000 population. The highest
10,000 population in the towns of the district is of 108 beds is reported from Manipura (CT) and
presented in the above table. The urban district Moodabettu (CT).

TABLE 44: PROPORTION OF SLUM POPULATION IN TOWNS, 2011


Sl. No. Name of the town having slum Total population Slum population Percentage of slum
population to total
population
1 2 3 4 5
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) 30444 4135 13.58
2 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) 144960 5120 3.53
3 803142-Karkal (TMC) 25800 1482 5.74
Total 201204 10737 5.34

The slum population of the urban district is 5.34 (TMC) and the lowest 3.53 percent from Udupi ( CMC+OG).
percent of the total urban population. The highest of 13.58 The table above provides the data for all the towns of the
percent of slum population is reported from Kundapura district.

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TABLE 45: MOST IMPORTANT COMMODITY MANUFACTURED IN TOWNS, 2011


Sl. No. Name of the town Name of three most important commodities manufactured

1 2 3
1 803139-Kundapura (TMC) Tiles, Hollow Blocks, Wooden Frames
2 608758-Koteshwar (CT) Coconut Oil
3 803140-Saligram (TP) Decorative Tiles, Coconut Oil, Hollow Blocks
4 803141-Udupi (CMC + OG) Gold Ornaments, Ready Made Garments, Electrical Products
5 608845-Varamballi (CT) Ceramic Water Proof, Hollow Blocks, Jaggery
6 608846-52 Heroor (CT) Cattle Feeds
7 608847-Tonse East (CT) Fishnet
8 608848-Tenkanidyoor (CT) -------
9 608849-Korangrapady (CT) Hollow Blocks, Stone Crusher, Wooden Arts
10 608850-Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) Cashew Industries, Rice Flour, Hollow Blocks
11 608851-Alevoor (CT) Hollow Blocks, Rice Flour
12 608852-Udyavara (CT) Hollow Blocks, Coconut Oil
13 608853-Manipura (CT) Coconut Oil
14 608854-Yenagudde (CT) -------
15 608855-Moodabettu (CT) Coconut Oil, Hollow Blocks
16 608856-Mallar (CT) Coconut Oil
17 608857-Bada (CT) Hollow Blocks, Coconut Oil
18 608858-Nadsal (CT) Ayurvedic Medicine, Wind Energy Instruments
19 803142-Karkal (TMC) Cashew Industries, Urn Making, Hollow Blocks
20 608914-Sanoor (CT) Coconut Oil

Different commodities manufactured and exported of the district can be classified into three categories namely,
from the towns of the district are given in the above the Bettas or walled enclosures containing a colossal statue,
table. Hollow blocks and coconut oil are the main the Basadis or Bastis (temples) and the Stambhas or pillars.
commodity manufactured and exported from most of the
Of the three Bettas reported in the then Mysore state,
towns. Other than that Cashew products, tiles, wind
one is at Karkal. In its height and weight, this statue is
energy instruments, urn, rice flour etc., are the other items
(Gommateswara) considered to be the larger one measuring
manufactured and exported from these towns of the
41 feet and 5 inches in height and weighs about 80 tonnes.
district.
From the inscriptions found on the statue, it is observed
Archaeology that this might have been completed in 1431 A.D. The statue
at Karkal is similar to the Egyptian size and it is more striking
The Archaeology interest of the then undivided South
because of its posture on top of a big granite hillock on the
Kanara was not surveyed fully and systematically. No
margin of a lovely little lake.
important discovery has been found of any kind of ancient
cave or rock-cell sepulchres dating back to the pre-historic Few Basadis of the Jains are also found in Karkal taluk.
period. Nevertheless, the monuments that are in the district One remarkable feature about these temples is the
have rendered special contributions to the Indian picturesque site selected for them. The temple particularly
architecture and have a unique place in the Indian in this taluk is though smaller in size, in its plan and
architectural gallery. Most of these monuments belong to appearance differs from other temples found elsewhere in
the Jains who ruled the region from 14th Century till the the district. The Chaturmukha Basadi as it is called is built
beginning of the British rule. The Jaina archaeology remains in the form of a Mantapa with a lofty doorway and pillared

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portico on each of its four sides and a verandah all around. Hosangadi (Varahi) (Kundapura Taluk) : It is about 40 km.
The roof is flat and formed of massive granite slabs. Inside east of Kundapura, an attractive natural place with historical
the temple are enshrined twelve large polished black stone background. The famous Varahi Hydro Electrical Project is
standing images of Jaina saints. They are formed in groups unique here.
of three, each group facing one of the four doorways or
Kamala Shila (Kundapura Taluk): It is 32 km. from
four faces of the building. The Neminatha Basadi at
Kundapura and famous for its temple of Durga Parameshwari.
Hiriyangadi is about one kilometre to the west of Gommatha
Nine days Navaratri festival (Dasara) and a car festival of
hillock and was built in 1329 A.D. The height of the pillar
the temple is held around the month of April are main
is 54 feet and was carved out of a single piece of granite
attractions.
and was installed in front of a Basadi. There are three
important monuments at Katapadi, which is about 25 km. Kodachadri Hills (Kundapura Taluk ): These hills (4,411 ft)
north of Udupi taluk. The Venkataramana temple in this place constitute one of the largest forest areas in Karnataka and
belongs to 16th Century and was renovated in 1816 A.D. part of this region is designated as the Mookambika Nature
The Janardhan temple, Mattu belong to 13th Century and Reserve. Kollur is an ideal base to explore the hills. The
the Durgadevi and Mahadeva temple, Yenagudde is of about Mookambika nature camp, a park 4 km. south of Kollur is
the 13th century A.D. a tranquil place. The peak of Kodachadri can be reached by
trekking for 4 to 5 hours.
The Brahmadevara Stambha (pillar) at Karkal is another
important architecture. This pillar is built of granite and Kollur ( Kundapura Taluk): About 80 km. north of Udupi,
stands in front of Gommata. It has Brahma seated on top the Mookambika temple located at the foothills of the
of it. The small sculpture of Brahma excels that of Gommata Kodachadri hills is one of the most important centres of
in fine Workmanship and it was set up in the year 1437 A.D. Shakti worship in South India. Adi Shankaracharya is said
Apart from three categories mentioned above, the Palace of to have consecrated the deity, Mookambika, slayer of the
Karkal acquires important architectural beauty. The remains demon, Mookasura, on a Shri Chakra, which is installed in
of the palace of the Bhairarasas can be seen close to the a copper roofed gold crested temple that is said to be 1000
famous Basti. years old.
Brief description on places of religious, historical and Maravanthe Beach (kundapura Taluk): It is about 12 km.
tourist importance: north of Kundapura town and 50 km. north of Udupi. It is
Anegudde (Kundapura Taluk): This place situated about one of the most beautiful spots of the district. A drive along
32 km. north of Udupi and one km. from NH-17 has a famous the west coast highway at sunset bordered by the Arabian
Anegudde Vinayaka temple on top of hill with beautiful Sea on the west and the Sauparnika River to the east with
natural surroundings. Kodachadri hills in the background is an unforgettable
experience. The beauty of this place is that it has the roaring
Arisinagundi (Kundapura Taluk): Situated about 8 km. from
sea on the one side and the quite Souparnika River on the
Kollur, the waterfall at the foot of the Kadalhadri hills is a
other. The dividing line between them is the National
favourite place for trekkers.
Highway-17.
Belakal Theertha (Kundapura Taluk): It is about 45 km.
Ottinane (Kundapura Taluk): About 40 km. north of
north east of Kundapura. The sacred pond and waterfall
Kundapura and 2 km. from the National Highway-17, this is
here attracts devotees for an annual holy dip. It is also a
a scenic spot on the beach to view sunset.
favourite spot for trekkers.
Tras (Kundapura Taluk ): It is situated 9 km. to the north
Hattiangadi (Kundapura Taluk ): It is about 8 km. northeast
of Kundapura and known for a fine beach.
of Kundapura on the northern bank of the river Varahi, where
ancient temples and basadis are situated. The Lokanatha Ambalapadi (Udupi Taluk): This place situated 4 km. from
temple dating back to 9th Century A.D. and a famous Vinayaka Udupi has the temple of Janardhana and was renovated in
temple are worth mentioning. stone in 1571 AD with the 400 year old attractive idol of

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Janardhana and also has the Mahakali temple with five-foot place with religious importance. On the fifth day of Vrichika
wooden image of Kali. masa thousands of devotees take holy dip in this place.

Barkur (Udupi Taluk ): It is situated about 16 km. north of Padubidri (Udupi Taluk): About 26 km. south of Udupi,
Udupi and was once the capital of the Alupa rulers and a Padubidri has a fine beach, a Mahalingeshwara temple, a
province of the Vijayanagara empire. Remnants of the two Mahaganapathi temple and Brahmastana. A religious festival
forts built by these rulers are still visible. Amongst the many called “Dakke Bali” is held once in two years.
temples built over the years, are the Panchalingeshwara
Pajaka (Udupi Taluk): About 11 km. south east of Udupi
temple (8th Century), Bette Vinayaka temple (9th-10th Century
is the birthplace of the Dwaita philosopher saint
AD), Ganapathi temple Choulikeri (13th-14th Century AD) and
Madhwacharya. An image of his, has been set up at the
Mudukeri Someshwara temple.
place where he was born and known as “Madhwa Matha”.
Kaup (Udupi Taluk): Kaup is a lovely beach situated 12 km. Several spots nearby are associated with his miracles. Nearby
south of Udupi. An old 100 ft. lighthouse is situated here, is the temple of Goddess Durga Parameshwari in the Kunjala
which is the guiding star for all navigators, who are warned hills that was worshipped by Madhwacharya.
of the presence of dangerous rocks in the sea. There is an
Perdur (Udupi Taluk): About 20 km. east of Udupi, it is an
old ruined fort also here.
ancient centre with Shri Anantha Padmanabha temple. This
Malpe (Udupi Taluk): Malpe is situated about 7 km. west area is well known for the Yakshagana dance drama form,
of Udupi at the mouth of the Malpe River. It is an important which is locally known as “Perdur Mela”.
port on the Karnataka coast with fine beach. It is also an
Saligrama (Udupi Taluk ): About 20 km north of Udupi,
important fishing centre. There is an old Vadabandeshwara
this place is a religious and cultural centre for a long time.
temple (Balarama temple). Thousands of devotees used to
The temple Yoga Narasimha is believed to be 1000 years
take holy dip in the Malpe Sea during Yellamavase in the
old.
month of January.
St. Mary’s Island (Udupi Taluk): Close to Malpe, this Island
Mandarthi (Udupi Taluk): Mandarthi is situated 25 km. north
is said to be the site where Vasco-Da-Gama first landed in
of Udupi and has the Durga Parameshwari temple, an ancient
India which he called “EI Padrande Santa Marta”. The island
centre for Shakti worship. Besides the stone icons of
is noted for its unique basalt rock formations and is a popular
Mahishamardhini and Chamundeshwari, it has nine old
excursion for locals and day-trippers.
masks, depicting the different manifestations of the goddess.
Surulu (Udupi Taluk): About 30 km. north east of Udupi,
Manipal (Udupi Taluk): Located 5 km. east of Udupi, Manipal
Surulu is a historical place. The old palace belongs to
is today an important, progressive educational and medical
Heggade Chieftains, attracts with its fine wooden carvings.
centre. The Academy of education founded in 1942, runs
It belongs to Jain community rulers.
the numerous educational institutions. Venugopal Krishna
temples, End point, Heritage village (Hastashilpa), T.M.A Udupi (Udupi Taluk): Located about 60 km. north of
Pai Memorial Museum are the other attractions in and Mangalore, Udupi is one of the most sacred spots in India
around Manipal. visited by piligrims from all over the country. The importance
of the place date back to the period of Madhwacharya, the
Mekke Katte (Udupi Taluk ) : Located 28 km. north of Udupi
13th Century religious leader who is said to have founded
in the village of Shiriyara, this place is supposed to be the
the temple and placed the image of Krishna in it.
site of penance done by rishi Jambukeshwara. It is also
Madhwacharya lived and preached here and established
famous for its “Brahmasthana” with its wooden “Bhoota”
eight Mathas in the area. Anantheshwara,
idols of ranging from 2 ft. to 20 ft. There are more than 150
Chandramauleshwara, Vasuki Ananthapadmanabha,
idols. The Bhoota spirit, after the family spirits that guard
Venkataramana, Kunjubetta Mahishamardini temples are
the village and public health, are propitiated by ritual dance.
other attractions around Udupi. Krishna temple has an
Nilavara (Udupi Taluk): About 22 km. northeast of Udupi, elaborate system of Poojas that begin early in the morning
Nilavara is on the bank of Seeta River, a natural beautiful and late in the night. The eight Mathas take turn in

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administering the temple and the famous Paryaya festival Somlu Threetha (Karkal Taluk): Situated 42 km. from Udupi
held once in two years in January, marks the handing over and 10 km. from Hebri, this cascade of Seeta River creates
rituals. It is colourful spectacle drawing thousands of a beautiful picnic spot. During Yellamavase (January)
pilgrims from far and wide. thousands of devotees take holy dip in it.

Udyawara (Udupi Taluk): Located about 5 km. northwest of Scope of village and Town Directory – column heading wise
Udupi, Udyavara was the seat of the rulers of Alupa from explanation and coverage of data.
about the 8th century. The palace of Fort area contains some
Village Directory 2011 Census:-
of the earliest monuments of the district. The Bhairava temple
built on a large rock containing ten pillars is the main The Village Directory is being compiled for both
attraction. The Stambha Kallu (Stone Pillar), bearing inhabited and un-inhabited villages. In the village directory
inscriptions date back to the 7th century A.D. both private and Government facilities/institutions have
been given. In case of un-inhabited /depopulated villages,
Attur (Karkal Taluk): This place about 8 km. from Karkal
the location code number, name and area of the village is
has the St. Lawrence Church built in 1845 A.D. People from
being given universally in Village Directory. The columns
all religions participated in the religious function held every
relating to the amenities and land use pattern, etc. being left
year in January. The village has a fine temple of
blank and it will be noted against the name of the village
Mahalingeshwara, with a copper plated Garbhagraha
that it is un-inhabited/depopulated. The Appendices to
(sanctum).
Village Directory and Inset Tables based on village Directory
Bajagoli (Karkal Taluk): It is situated 10 km. east of Karkal, data are also prepared for inhabited villages.
the Jodukere Kambala also known as the Lava Kusha
In the Village Directory format for 2011 Census, there are
Kambala (buffalo race) started in 1970 at Bajagoli. It takes
121 columns and the details thereon are as follows:
place on the first Sunday of February every year on the
fields of Bettugadde, which are 140 metres and 15 metres Column No. 1: Serial Number: - Self explanatory. All the
wide. A modern gallery has been built for spectators. villages within the CD block are presented serially in the
ascending order of their location code number.
Karkal (Karkal Taluk): It is a town about 30 km. south east
of Udupi and 52 km. northeast of Mangalore. It is an Column No. 2: Name of village: - Self explanatory. The names
important Jain Pilgrimage centre. The towering 42 ft. of the villages are shown against this column. This also
Monolithic statue of Gomateshwara completed in 1432 A.D. includes the forest and uninhabited villages.
is the major attraction. The Chathurmukha Basadi completed Column No. 3: Location Code Number of village:- The
in 1586 A.D. has four identical entries from all sides, life size location code number of the villages are shown against this
statue of three Teerthankars and several smaller images. column.
The Mahamastakabhisheka is held once in 12 years to
Column No. 4: Area of the Village: - The area of the villages
Gomateshwara. Venkataramana temple and Ramasamudra
is given in hectares.
are the other attractions.
Column No. 5: Total Population: - The total population of
Kudlu Thirtha (Karkal Taluk): About 50 km. from Udupi
the village as per 2011 Census is given against this column.
and 15 km. from Hebri, the Kudlu tirtha where the river Seeta
cascades from a height of 150 ft. is an important attraction Column No. 6: Number of Households: - The number of
of this place. This picturesque locale makes a fine picnic households as per 2011 Census is given in this column.
spot as well as trekkers delight. Amenities: - The availability of different infrastructural
Nandalike (Karkal Taluk): About 35 km. southeast of amenities such as education, medical, drinking water, post
Udupi, Nandalike is the birthplace of great poet Muddana. and telegraph, banks, credit societies, recreation and cultural
It was capital of Heggade chieftains in medieval period. The facilities, communication, power, etc., in each village is given
main attractions herein are the Choukimane with fine wooden in the Village Directory. Wherever the amenities are not
carvings and Mahalingeshwara temple. available in the village, the distance range code viz; ‘a’ for

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<5 km., ‘b’ for 5-10 km. and ‘c’ for 10+ km. of the nearest Column No. 80 to 96 Miscellaneous Facilities: - The
village/town where facility is available is given. Column information on various miscellaneous facilities available in
wise details are given below: the village is given under these columns. These includes
Self -Help Group, Public Distribution Shop (PDS), Mandi/
Column No. 7 – 20 Educational Facilities: - All the different
Regular Market, Weekly Haat, Agricultural Marketing
educational facilities available in the village is given under
Society, Nutrition Centre (ICDS), Anganwadi Centre, ASHA,
these columns. Nursery/LKG/UKG classes are included in
Community Centre, Sports Fields, Sports Club/Recreation
Pre-Primary Schools. Classes up to class V included in
Centre, Cinema/Video Halls, Public Library, Public Reading
Primary School. Classes from VI to VIII are included in the
Room, News Paper Supply, Assembly Polling Station, Birth
Middle school. Classes IX and X included in Secondary
and Death Registration Office.
School. Classes XI and XII are included in Senior Secondary
School. In case of composite schools like middle school Columns No. 97 to 100 – Electricity: - Availability of Power
with primary school or secondary school with middle school, Supply in the village, whatever may be the form of its use
these are also included in the number of primary and middle is given in these columns. These include Electricity for
schools, respectively. The information on the entire Domestic Use, Electricity for Agricultural Use, Electricity
educational institutes is given under these columns. for Commercial Use and Electricity for all purposes.

Column No. 21 to 38 - Medical Facilities: - All the different Column No. 101 and 102 -Nearest Town: - The name of the
medical facilities available in the village are given under nearest town along with the distance range code is given
these columns. in these columns.

Column No. 39 to 46 - Drinking Water: - The information Land use and Irrigation: - The land use pattern in the Village
on availability of various types of the drinking water facility Directory conforms to the pattern of classification of land
within the village is given under these columns. use as recommended by the Ministry of Agriculture,
Government of India. The Ministry has recommended the
Column No. 47 to 50 – Availability of Toilet and others:-
maintenance of records of land use pattern under the
The information on availability of toilet, Bio-Gas etc.,
following 9 categories.
available in the village is given under these columns.
(i)-Column No. 103 -Forests:-This includes all lands
Column No. 51 to 67 Communication (Post & Telegraph
classified as forest under any legal enactment dealing with
and transport):- The information on communication and
forests or administered as forests, whether state-owned or
Post Office, Sub-Post Office, & Telegraph Office, Village
private, and whether wooded or maintained as potential
PIN Code number, Phone-Landlines, Mobile Phone, Private
forest land. The area of crops raised in the forest and grazing
Courier Facility, Internet Café, etc., available in the village
lands or areas open for grazing within the forests remain
is given under these columns. The information on all various
included under the forest area.
transport facilities whether public/private transport like Bus,
Railway Station or Navigable waterways, Taxi, Van, Tractors (ii)-Column No. 104- Area under non-agricultural use:-
etc., available in the village is also given under these columns. This includes all lands occupied by buildings, roads and
railways or under water, e.g. rivers and canals and other
Column No. 68 to 79 – Village connected to High ways,
lands put to uses other than agriculture.
Village Roads, Banks and Credit Societies: - The
information on all roads connected to village is given under (iii)-Columns No. 105- Barren and un-culturable land:-
these columns. These include National Highway, State This includes all barren and unculturable land like mountains,
Highway, District Roads and other district roads connected deserts, etc. Land which cannot be brought under cultivation
to the village, Pucca roads, Kutcha Roads, Water Bounded except at an exorbitant cost should be classified as
Macadam Roads, Navigable Water Ways and Foot Paths is unculturable whether such land is in isolated blocks or within
given under these columns. Further, the information on cultivated holdings.
availability of banks, ATM and Agricultural Credit societies (iv)-Column No. 106- Permanent Pastures and other
in the village is given under these columns. Grazing Lands:-This includes all grazing lands whether they

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are permanent pastures and meadows or not. Village common Columns No.119 to 121-Three most important commodities
grazing land is included under this head. manufactured:- The names of three most important
commodities manufactured in the village are indicated in
(v)-Column No. 107- Land under Miscellaneous Tree Crops,
this column.
etc.:- This includes all cultivable land which is not included
in ‘Net area sown’ but is put to some agricultural uses. C.D.Block level totals of the Village Directory:-
Lands under Causing trees, thatching grasses, bamboo
At the end of entries for the Village Directory of each
bushes and other groves for fuel, etc. which are not included
C.D. Block, the totals of different columns are being given
under ‘Orchards’ are classified under this category.
wherever possible. However, in case of some of the columns,
(vi)-Column No. 108- Culturable Waste Land: - This it may not be possible to work out the CD Block level totals,
includes lands available for cultivation, whether not taken in such cases the particular of relevant columns are being
up for cultivation or taken up for cultivation once but not left blank against C.D.Block level.
cultivated during the current year and the last five years or
Appendices to Village Directory: - The Village Directory
more in succession for one reason or other. Such lands may
also includes the following appendices:
be either fallow or covered with shrubs and jungles which
are not put to any use. They may be assessed or unassessed Appendix –I: Summary showing total number of villages
and may lie in isolated blocks or within cultivated holdings. having Educational, Medical and other amenities in villages
Land once cultivated but not cultivated for five years in – C.D. Block level.
succession is also included in this category at the end of Appendix I A: Villages by number of Primary Schools.
the five years.
Appendix I B: Villages by Primary, Middle and Secondary
(vii)-Column No. 109- Fallow Lands other than Current Schools.
Fallows: - This includes all lands which were taken up for
cultivation but are temporarily out of cultivation for a period Appendix I C: Villages with different sources of drinking
of not less than one year and not more than five years. water facilities available.

(viii)-Column No. 110- Current Fallows: - This represents Appendix II: Villages with 5,000 and above population which
cropped area, which is kept fallow during the current year. do not have one or more amenities available.
For example, if any seeding area is not cropped against the Appendix -IV: C.D. Block wise list of inhabited villages where
same year it may be treated as current fallow. no amenity other than drinking water facility is available.
(ix)-Column No. 111- Net Area Sown: - This represents the Appendix -V: Summary showing number of Villages not
total area sown with crops and orchards. Area sown more having Scheduled Caste population.
than once, in the same year is counted only once.
Appendix -VI: Summary showing number of Villages not
Column No. 112- Total Irrigated Land Area: - It includes having Scheduled Tribe population.
all land which is cultivable and irrigated by any source of
Appendix -VII A: List of villages according to the proportion
irrigation. The total irrigated area of the village has been
of the Scheduled Castes to the total population by ranges.
given under this column.
Appendix- VII B: List of villages according to the proportion
Column No. 113- Total Un-Irrigated land Area: - Un-Irrigated
of the Scheduled Tribes to the total population by ranges.
area includes all land which is cultivable but not irrigated
by any source of irrigation. The total un-irrigated land area Note explaining the abbreviations used in Town Directory
of the village has been given under this column. 2011 Census:-
Column No. 114 to 118- Area Irrigated by source: - The Statement I :- Status and Growth History:
area irrigated by various source of irrigation in the village
Column 1 – Serial Number:- Self explanatory
have been given under these columns. The different source
of irrigation facilities available in the village are as follows: Column 2:- Class, Name and civic status of town:- The
(i)-Canals(C)-Govt. or Pvt., (ii)-Wells/Tube-wells (W/TW), Class presented according to population of the towns in
(iii)-Tanks/Lake(T/L), (iv)-Waterfall, (WF) and (v)-Others(O). 2011 Census is as follows:

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Population Class Population Class


100,000 and above I 10,000 – 19,999 IV
50,000 – 99,999 II 5,000 – 9,999 V
20,000 – 49,999 III Below - 5,000 VI

The following abbreviations are used to denote the Civic Status of the town.

Civic Status Codes Civic Status Codes

i-Municipal Corporation M.Corp. xii – Notified Town Area NTA

ii-Municipal Committee MC xiii – Industrial Notified Area INA

iii-Municipal Council M Cl xiv – Industrial Township ITS

iv-City Municipal Council CMC xv – Township TS

v-Town Municipal Council TMC xvi – Town Panchayat TP

vi- Municipal Board MB xvii – Nagar Panchayat NP

xviii – Town Committee/ Town Area


Vii –Municipality M TC
Committee

viii- Cantonment Board/Cantonment CB xix – Small Town Committee ST

ix- Notified Area NA xx – Estate Office EO

x –Notified Town NT xxi –Gram Panchayat GP

xi - Notified Area Committee/ Notified Area


NAC xxii – Census Town CT
Council

Column 3 - 25: - These columns are self explanatory more, Nearest city with population of five lakh and more,
Statement II: - Physical Aspects and Location of town, 2009. Railway station and Bus route is recorded in these columns
respectively. If the names mentioned in these columns are
Column 1 - 2 Serial number and Name of town: - Self
the same as the referent town itself, the distance is recorded
explanatory
as (0) zero.
Columns 3 to 5 - Physical Aspects:-In these columns the
Statement III – Civic and other Amenities, 2009:-
Rainfall and Maximum and Minimum Temperature of the
town is recorded. Column 1 - 2 Serial number and Name of town: - Self
explanatory
Columns 6 to 12:- Name and road distance of the town (in
km.) from the State headquarters, District headquarters, Sub- Column 3 – Road length (in km.):- The information about
divisional/Taluk/Tahsil/ Police station/Development Block/ the road length (in km.) within the limit of the town is recorded
Island HQ., Nearest city with population of one lakh and in this column.

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Columns 4 to 7- System of drainage: - The system of shown in these columns, i.e., Domestic, Industrial,
drainage available in the town is indicated in these columns Commercial, Road lighting (points) and others.
by the following codes:
Statement IV: Medical Facilities, 2009:-
System of drainage Codes
Column No. 1 - 2 Serial number and Name of town: - Self
Open drainage OD explanatory

Closed drainage CD Column No. 3 to 13 :-

Both drainage BD The number of various medical institutions such as


Hospitals, Dispensaries, Health Center, Family Welfare
Columns 8 to 11-Number of latrines: - The number of
Center, Maternity and Child Welfare Center, Maternity
various types of latrines available in the town is indicated
Homes, T.B. Hospital/clinic, Nursing Homes, Charitable
in these columns.
Hospital/Nursing Home, Mobile Health Clinic and Others
Columns No. 12 & 13 – Protected water supply: - The as available in the town, are indicated in these columns
information on source of water supply and system of water (along with number of beds in brackets). If a medical facility
storage with capacity available in the town are given in is not available in the town, the name of the nearest place
these columns in the following codes: and its distance in kilometers from the town where the facility
Column 12 (Source of water supply):- available is mentioned. If a medical facility is not available
in the town, the name of the nearest place and its distance
Tap water T
in kilometers from the town where the facility available is
Tube-well water TW mentioned.

Tank Water TK Column No. 14 - Veterinary Hospital:-The Number of


Veterinary Hospitals available in the town is given in this
Well water W
column.
Column 13 (System of water storage):-
Column No. 15 - Medicine Shop:-The number of Medicine
Over Head Tank OHT shops available in the town is given in this column.
Service Reservoir SR Statement V: Educational, Recreational and Cultural
River Infiltration Gallery RIG Facilities, 2009:-

Bore Well Pumping System BWP Column No. 1 - 2 Serial number and Name of town: - Self
explanatory
Pressure Tank PT
Column No. 3 to 15 Educational Facilities:- The information
on number of Primary school, Middle school, Secondary
The information on 2 major source of water supply is given
school, Senior Secondary school, Arts/Science/ Commerce
in column 12 and the system of water storage with capacity
colleges (of degree level and above), Medical colleges,
against each in kilo-litres (in bracket) is presented in column
Engineering colleges, Management Institute/Colleges,
13.
Polytechnics, Recognized Shorthand, Typewriting and
Column No. 14 Fire Fighting Service: - In case the fire vocational training Institutions, Non-formal Education
fighting service is available in the referent town, ‘yes’ is Center (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Center), Special School for
recorded. If the facility is not available within the town, the disabled and Others available in the town, are indicated in
name of the nearest place having this facility with its distance these columns.
from the referent town is recorded.
If an educational facility is not available in the town, the
Column No. 15 to 19- Electrification (Number of name of the nearest place and its distance in kilometers
connections):- Different types of electric connections are from the town where the facility available is mentioned.

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Column No. 16 to 23 – Number of Social, Recreational and Column No. 6 to 8 - Number of banks: - The number of
Culture Facilities :- The information on number of Home banks available in the referent town both Commercial and
Orphanage, Working Women’s Hostels, No. of Old Age
Co-operative banks are recorded against these columns.
Home, Stadium, Cinema Theatre, Auditorium/Community
halls, Public libraries and Reading rooms available in the Column No. 9 & 10 – Number of Agricultural and Non
town are given under these column. Agricultural Credit Societies : - The number of Agricultural
and Non Agricultural Credit Societies available in the referent
Statement VI: Industry and Banking 2009:-
town are given in these columns.
Column No. 1 - 2 Serial number and Name of town: - Self
Statement VII: Civic and other Amenities in Slums, 2009:-
explanatory
This statement VII provides information on civic and other
Column No. 3 to 5 - Names of three most important
amenities in all slums whether notified or not and for all
commodities manufactured: - The names of three most
towns having statutory bodies, like Municipality, Municipal
important commodities manufactured in the town are given
under these columns. Corporation, Town area committee etc.

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Brief Note on Village and Town Directory


Village Directory club, library, reading room, newspaper etc. Column 357-378
Village Directory provides micro level data, which will is related to availability of power supply in the village and
help the planners in formulation of micro-level developmental the most important commodities (agricultural, manufactured
plans, as the C. D. Block is the lowest administrative unit and handicraft). Amenities available within the villages are
for developmental planning. Village wise information shown in the respective columns and if a particular amenity
regarding the availability of certain basic amenities and especially schools, colleges, health centres, transport,
facilities within the village, as also that of the manner of communication, banking and recreational facilities are not
utilization of the land in the concerned village are furnished available in the village, the distance in broad ranges viz., <5
in the village directory. The village directory format adopted km., 5-10 km and 10+ km. of nearest place where the facility
for the 2011 Census has 396 columns whereas in the 2001 available to that particular village is indicated with codes
Census there were 23 columns. In 2011 VD/TD, unlike 2001 ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’ respectively. Column 379-396 provide
VD/TD, new items are added, keeping in view of the pace information regarding land use (i.e., area under different
of economic development in the country. The first 23 types of land use in hectares rounded to two decimal places)
columns of the tabulation statement, relates to location such as forest, irrigated land by source of irrigation,
particulars of the village with location code i.e., State, unirrigated, barren and uncultivable, culturable waste, fallow
District, Taluk, C.D. Block, name of the Gram Panchayat and lands, current fallow lands and area under non-agricultural
village and its distance from the district and taluk uses.
headquarter and nearest statutory town. Column 24-31 gives Town Directory
the details of area, number of households and population The Town Directory section contains seven statements
of the village as per 2011 Census. Column 32-357 relate to (I to VII) which furnish information on all the statutory towns
the availability/non-availability of basic amenities such as in the district, on aspect such as growth history, physical
educational, medical, drinking water, drainage and sanitation, aspects and location of towns, civic and other amenities in
transport and communication, bank, agricultural, non- the town, medical, educational, recreational and cultural
agricultural and other credit societies and other facilities, trade and commerce, industry and banking in the
miscellaneous facilities such as self-help group, anganwadi, towns, civic and other amenities in the slum areas of the
ASHA workers, cinema/video hall, community centre, sports town.

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LIST OF VILLAGES MERGED IN TOWNS AND OUTGROWTHS AT 2011 CENSUS.


Area (in Hectares)
Sl. Name of the Name of the Town Name of the Village with Total Rural Urban
No. Taluk MDDS Code No. Geographical component component
Area
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
UDUPI
01 Kundapura Koteshwar (CT) Koteshwar (608758) 733.00 - 733.00
02 Udupi Udupi (CM C) - - - -
Kelarkalabettu (OG) Kelarkalabettu (608859) 291.00 - 291.00
Varamballi (CT) Varamballi (608845) 508.00 - 508.00
52 Heroor (CT) 52 Heroor (608846) 682.00 - 682.00
Tonse East (CT) Tonse East (608847) 763.00 - 763.00
Tenkanidyoor (CT) Tenkanidyoor (608848) 336.00 - 336.00
Udyavara (CT) Udyavara (608852) 963.00 - 963.00
Korangrapady (CT) Korangrapady (608849) 525.00 - 525.00
M anipura (CT) M anipura (608853) 921.00 - 921.00
Alevoor (CT) Alevoor (608851) 736.00 - 736.00
Badagabettu (No.80)
Badagabettu (No.80) (CT) 949.00 - 949.00
(608850)
M oodabettu (CT) M oodabettu (608855) 417.00 - 417.00
Bada (CT) Bada (608857) 882.00 - 882.00
Nadsal (CT) Nadsal (608858) 824.00 - 824.00
03 Karkal Sanoor (CT) Sanoor (608914) 1474.00 - 1474.00

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)
Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Kundapura
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
1 Ajri 608718 01297200
2 Albadi 608753 01300800
3 Aloor 608706 01296000
4 Amasebailu 608756 01301100
5 Ampar 608715 01296900
6 Anagalli 608738 01299300
7 Asodu 608735 01299000
8 Badakere 608671 01292500
9 Balkur 608740 01299500
10 Basrur 608739 01299400
11 Beejadi 608727 01298200
12 Bellal 608711 01296500
13 Beloor 608732 01298700
14 Belve 608752 01300700
15 Bijoor 608664 01291800
16 Byndoor 608679 01293300
17 Chittoor 608708 01296200
18 Devalkunda 608701 01295500
19 Edmoge 608720 01297400
20 Gangolli 608689 01294300
21 Golihole 608682 01293600
22 Gopadi 608728 01298300
23 Gujjadi 608688 01294200
24 Gulvadi 608703 01295700
25 Hadavu 608673 01292700
26 Hakladi 608696 01295000
27 Halady (76) 608750 01300500
28 Hallady-Harkadi 608745 01300000
29 Hallihole 608685 01293900
30 Halnad 608714 01296800
31 Hangaloor 608725 01297900
32 Harady (28) 608749 01300400
33 Hardally-Mandally 608748 01300300
34 Harkoor 608698 01295200
35 Hattiangadi 608692 01294600
36 Hemmadi 608695 01294900
37 Hengavalli 608751 01300600
38 Heranjal 608677 01293100
VILLAGE DIRECTORY

Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Kundapura
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
39 Heroor 608675 01292900
40 Heskathoor 608744 01299900
41 Hombady-Mandadi 608742 01299700
42 Hosadu 608687 01294100
43 Hosangadi 608721 01297500
44 Hosoor 608709 01296300
45 Idurkunhadi 608707 01296100
46 Jadkal 608683 01293700
47 Japthi 608741 01299600
48 Kalavara 608736 01299100
49 Kalthodu 608676 01293000
50 Kamalashile 608719 01297300
51 Kambadakone 608668 01292200
52 Kandavara 608737 01299200
53 Kanyana 608693 01294700
54 Karkunje 608704 01295800
55 Kattabelthoor 608694 01294800
56 Kavrady 608713 01296700
57 Kedoor 608733 01298800
58 Kenchanoor 608702 01295600
59 Keradi 608710 01296400
60 Kergal 608666 01292000
61 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 01292100
62 Kodladi 608712 01296600
63 Kollur 608681 01293500
64 Koni 608726 01298000
65 Korgi 608743 01299800
66 Kulanje 608724 01297800
67 Kumbashi 608734 01298900
68 Kundabarandadi 608699 01295300
69 Machattu 608722 01297600
70 Madammakki 608757 01301200
71 Maravanthe 608672 01292600
72 Molahalli 608747 01300200
73 Mudoor 608684 01293800
74 Nada 608674 01292800
75 Nandanavana 608665 01291900
76 Navunda 608670 01292400

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Kundapura
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
77 Noojadi 608700 01295400
78 Paduvari 608662 01291600
79 Rattadi 608755 01301000
80 Senapur 608697 01295100
81 Shankaranarayana 608716 01297000
82 Shedimane 608754 01300900
83 Shiroor 608660 01291400
84 Siddapur 608717 01297100
85 Tallur 608691 01294500
86 Thagarasi 608678 01293200
87 Thekkatte 608730 01298500
88 Trashi 608686 01294000
89 Ulloor 74 608723 01297700
90 Ulloor [11] 608669 01292300
91 Ulthoor 608731 01298600
92 Uppinakudru 608690 01294400
93 Uppunda 608663 01291700
94 Vakwadi 608729 01298400
95 Vandse 608705 01295900
96 Yedthare 608661 01291500
97 Yedyadi-Mathyadi 608746 01300100
98 Yeljith 608680 01293400

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Udupi
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4

1 108 Kalthur 608835 01310100


2 33 Shiroor 608784 01303800
3 34 Kudi 608802 01305900
4 38 Kalthur 608806 01306300
5 41 Shiroor 608811 01306800
6 92 Heroor 608826 01309100
7 Achalady 608771 01302500
8 Anjaru 608814 01307800
9 Aroor 608795 01305200
10 Athradi 608813 01307700
11 Avarse 608782 01303600
12 Badanidiyur 608812 01306900
13 Baikady 608792 01304800
14 Bairampalli 608809 01306600
15 Balkudru 608765 01301900
16 Bannady 608762 01301600
17 Bellampalli 608798 01305500
18 Bellarpadi 608810 01306700
19 Belle 608823 01308800
20 Belpu 608834 01310000
21 Billadi 608774 01302800
22 Bommarabettu 608815 01307900
23 Chanthar 608791 01304600
24 Cherkady 608797 01305400
25 Giliyar 608761 01301500
26 Haluvalli 608800 01305700
27 Handady 608789 01304400
28 Hanehalli 608778 01303200
29 Haradi 608787 01304100
30 Havanje 608794 01305100
31 Heggunje 608780 01303400
32 Hejamadi 608841 01310800
33 Herady 608776 01303000
34 Hiliyana 608783 01303700
35 Hirebettu 608817 01308100
36 Hosala 608769 01302300
37 Hosoor 608807 01306400
38 Innanje 608829 01309400

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Udupi
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
39 Irody 608766 01302000
40 Kachur 608777 01303100
41 Kadur 608785 01303900
42 Kakkunje 608773 01302700
43 Kattingere 608824 01308900
44 Kavadi 608770 01302400
45 Kenjoor 608805 01306200
46 Kodi 608764 01301800
47 Kotathattu 608760 01301400
48 Kote 608821 01308500
49 Kudi (82) 608816 01308000
50 Kukkehalli 608799 01305600
51 Kumragod 608788 01304300
52 Kurkalu 608822 01308700
53 Kuthyar 608836 01310200
54 Majoor 608828 01309300
55 Manoor 608759 01301300
56 Marne 608818 01308200
57 Matpady 608790 01304500
58 Mattu 608820 01308400
59 Moodahadu 608768 01302200
60 Muloor 608833 01309800
61 Nadur 608779 01303300
62 Nalkur 608804 01306100
63 Nanchar 608803 01306000
64 Nandicoor 608843 01311000
65 Neelavar 608796 01305300
66 Padebettu 608840 01310600
67 Padoor 608827 01309200
68 Padu 608832 01309700
69 Palimar 608842 01310900
70 Pandeshwara 608767 01302100
71 Pangala 608830 01309500
72 Pejamangoor 608801 01305800
73 Perdoor 608808 01306500
74 Pernankila 608819 01308300
75 Pilar 608837 01310300
76 Santhoor 608844 01311100

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Udupi
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
77 Shiriyara 608772 01302600
78 Shirva 608825 01309000
79 Tenka 608839 01310500
80 Tonse West 608786 01304000
81 Uliargoli 608831 01309600
82 Uppoor 608793 01305000
83 Vaddarse 608763 01301700
84 Vandar 608781 01303500
85 Yedthady 608775 01302900
86 Yellur 608838 01310400

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Karkal
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
1 Andaru 608883 01313000
2 Bailoor 608890 01313700
3 Belenje 608865 01311200
4 Belman 608899 01314600
5 Bola 608903 01315000
6 Chara 608869 01311600
7 Durga 608907 01315500
8 Eedu 608910 01315800
9 Hebri 608868 01311500
10 Hermunde 608882 01312900
11 Hirgana 608881 01312800
12 Inna 608900 01314700
13 Irvathuru 608913 01316100
14 Jarkala 608885 01313200
15 Kabbinale 608873 01312000
16 Kadthala 608878 01312500
17 Kallya 608894 01314100
18 Kanajaru 608888 01313500
19 Kanthavara 608905 01315200
20 Kedinje 608904 01315100
21 Kerebettu 608870 01311700
22 Kervashe 608886 01313300
23 Kowdoor 608891 01313800
24 Kuchchur 608866 01311300
25 Kukkuje 608877 01312400
26 Kukkundoor 608895 01314200
27 Mala 608887 01313400
28 Marne 608879 01312600
29 Miyar 608906 01315400
30 Mudar 608908 01315600
31 Mudrady 608872 01311900
32 Mulladka 608901 01314800
33 Mundkuru 608902 01314900
34 Nadpalu 608867 01311400
35 Nallur 608911 01315900
36 Nandalike 608897 01314400
37 Neere 608889 01313600
38 Ninjoor 608892 01313900

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Alphabetical list of Villages (C.D.block wise)


Name of the District: UDUPI
Name of the CD Block: Karkal
Sl. No. Name of Village 2011 Census 2001 Census
Location Location Code
Code Number Number
1 2 3 4
39 Nitte 608896 01314300
40 Nooralbettu 608909 01315700
41 Padukudoor 608875 01312200
42 Palli 608893 01314000
43 Renjala 608912 01316000
44 Shirlal 608884 01313100
45 Shivapura 608871 01311800
46 Sooda 608898 01314500
47 Varanga 608874 01312100
48 Yellare 608876 01312300
49 Yerlapady 608880 01312700

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C.D.BLOCK
Name of District:-UDUPI Census of India 2011
Amenities and
Number of educational amenities available. (If not

Total area of the village ( in hectares rounded up


available within the village , the distance range
code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for
10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available
is given).

Number of households (2011 census)


Total population ( 2011 census )

Management institute (MI)


Pre-Primary school (PP)

Senior Secondary school

Engineering college(EC)
to one decimal place)

Medical college (MC)


Degree college of arts
Secondary School (S)

science & commerce


Name of the village

Primary school (P)

Middle school (M)


Location code no.

(ASC)
Sl.no

(SS)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
1 Shiroor 608660 1466.5 17432 3066 1 12 10 3 2 b c c c

2 Yedthare 608661 3503.4 9627 1865 1 11 7 4 1 1 c b c

3 Paduvari 608662 1577.3 6977 1305 1 5 5 1 a a c c c

4 Uppunda 608663 530.6 11456 2167 1 6 4 2 1 b c b c

5 Bijoor 608664 1037.2 6975 1191 b 5 4 1 a b c b c

6 Nandanavana 608665 96.8 1032 173 a 1 a a a b c c c

7 Kergal 608666 432.6 3390 602 a 2 2 a a b c c c

8 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 772.6 7454 1431 2 4 2 a a b c c c

9 Kambadakone 608668 478.1 3806 599 a 3 3 2 1 c c c c

10 Ulloor [11] 608669 764.2 2274 425 b 1 2 b b b c c c

11 Navunda 608670 622.9 5749 1039 a 7 5 3 1 b c c c

12 Badakere 608671 371 1711 327 b 1 1 b b b c b c

13 Maravanthe 608672 451.4 5265 926 b 3 1 1 a a c b c

14 Hadavu 608673 225.3 1158 243 a 1 a a a c c b c

15 Nada 608674 1134.6 4516 990 1 6 4 1 1 c c c c

16 Heroor 608675 1755.7 2588 529 b 5 3 b b b c c c

17 Kalthodu 608676 4212.7 5172 974 b 2 3 b b c c c c

18 Heranjal 608677 574.6 1688 330 1 2 1 a b b c c c

19 Thagarasi 608678 1847.9 3108 611 a 3 2 b a a c c c

20 Byndoor 608679 4347.7 5245 1170 a 6 4 a 1 1 c b c

21 Yeljith 608680 3408.7 2539 457 b 5 1 b b b c c c

22 Kollur 608681 9800.6 3265 757 b 4 1 1 1 c c c c

23 Golihole 608682 4584.4 3479 678 1 8 3 2 c c c c c

24 Jadkal 608683 4944 3834 855 1 6 3 2 b c c c c

25 Mudoor 608684 6001.9 2973 694 a 4 2 1 c c c c c

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Land use ( as in 2009)
Number of educational amenities Number of Medical Amenities available. (If not available
available. (If not available within the within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
village , the distance range code viz; a Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where
for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for facility is available is given).
10+ kms of nearest place where facility
is available is given).

Non-formal training centre

Mobile health clinic(MHC)


Special school for disabled
Vocational training school

Primary health sub centre


Community health centre

Veterinary hospital (VH)


Hospital-allopathic (HA)
welfare centre (MCW)
Primary health centre

Family welfare centre


Maternity and child

Hospital-alternative
T.B. clinic (TBC)

Location code no.


Polytechnic (Pt)

Others (specify)

Dispensary (D)
medicine (HO)
(NFTC)

(FWC)
(CHC)

(PHC)

(PHS)
(SSD)
/ITI

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3
Location Code:0090
c b c c 1 b 1 2 1 1 c 1 b b b 2 608660

c 1 c c 1 c b 1 b b c c c 1 c 1 608661

c a c c 1 a b 1 b b c c a a a 1 608662

c c c c 1 b b 2 b b b c b b c 2 608663

c c c c 1 b b 1 b b c c b b b 1 608664

c a c c c b a 1 a a c c a b b 1 608665

c a c c c b a 1 a a c c a b b 1 608666

c c c c 1 b 1 2 1 1 c c b 1 b 2 608667

c c c b c b a 1 a a a c a a a 1 608668

c c c c c b b 1 b b b c c b b 1 608669

c b c c c c a 1 a a c 1 1 b c 1 608670

c b c c c c b 1 b b c b c b c 1 608671

c b c c c b 1 1 1 1 c a b b c 1 608672

c a c c c c a 1 a a c c a a c 1 608673

c 1 c c c c 1 1 1 1 c c b 1 c 1 608674

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b c c 1 608675

c b c c c c b 2 b b c 1 1 c c 2 608676

c c c c c c b 1 b b b b a c c 1 608677

c a c c c a b 1 b b c c a a a 1 608678

c a c c c 1 1 1 1 1 c c a 1 a 1 608679

c c c c c b b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608680

c c c c c c 1 2 1 1 c c 1 1 c 2 608681

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c c c b 1 608682

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b 1 c 1 608683

c c c c c c c 1 c c c c c b c 1 608684

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Amenities and
Number of Non-Government Medical Availability of drinking
Amenities available. water - (Yes / No)

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Well water (Covered /


Traditional practitioner
hospital/Nursing home.

Tube wells / Bore well


Charitable non Govt.

(Treated/Untreated)
Name of the village

Location code no.

and faith healer .

Uncovered well)
Medicine Shop
MBBS Degree

other degree

Hand Pump
Tap water
no degree

Others
Sl.no

1 2 3 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
1 Shiroor 608660 0 1 6 0 0 5 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

2 Yedthare 608661 0 4 2 2 1 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

3 Paduvari 608662 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

4 Uppunda 608663 0 2 6 0 0 7 0 Yes Yes Yes No

5 Bijoor 608664 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Yes Yes Yes No

6 Nandanavana 608665 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

7 Kergal 608666 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

8 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 0 3 4 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

9 Kambadakone 608668 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

10 Ulloor [11] 608669 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

11 Navunda 608670 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

12 Badakere 608671 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

13 Maravanthe 608672 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

14 Hadavu 608673 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

15 Nada 608674 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

16 Heroor 608675 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

17 Kalthodu 608676 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

18 Heranjal 608677 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

19 Thagarasi 608678 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

20 Byndoor 608679 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

21 Yeljith 608680 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

22 Kollur 608681 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

23 Golihole 608682 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

24 Jadkal 608683 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

25 Mudoor 608684 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Land use( as in 2009)
Availability of Availability of toilet & others Communication and transport facilities (If
drinking water - (Yes / No) amenities available code -Yes is given except
(Yes / No) for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of
nearest place where facility is available is
given).

(Land lines)
available near the village.
sanitary hardware outlet

Post & Telegraph office

Public call office (PCO)


Rural sanitary mart or

Mobile phone coverage


Community bio- gas or

Sub post office (SPO)


Tank / Pond / Lake

recycle of waste for

Location code no.


Community toilet

Community toilet

Village Pin Code


including bath.

excluding bath.

productive use.
Post office(PO)
River / Canal

Telephones
(P&TO)
Others
Spring

43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 3
Location Code:0090
No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576228 Yes Yes Yes 608660

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 576214 Yes Yes Yes 608661

No Yes No No No Yes No No a Yes a 576232 Yes Yes Yes 608662

No No No No Yes No Yes No Yes a Yes 576232 Yes Yes Yes 608663

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 576232 Yes Yes Yes 608664

No No No No No Yes Yes No a Yes a 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608665

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No a Yes a 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608666

No No No No No Yes Yes No a Yes c 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608667

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608668

No Yes No No No Yes No No c Yes c 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608669

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes b c 576224 Yes Yes Yes 608670

No No No No Yes Yes No No a Yes c 576224 Yes Yes Yes 608671

No No No No No Yes Yes No a Yes c 576224 Yes Yes Yes 608672

No No No No No No No No a Yes c 576235 Yes Yes Yes 608673

No No No No No No No No Yes Yes c 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608674

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576224 Yes Yes Yes 608675

No No No No No Yes No No b Yes b 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608676

No No No No No Yes No No c Yes c 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608677

No No No No No Yes No No a Yes a 576214 Yes Yes Yes 608678

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes a 576214 Yes Yes Yes 608679

No No No No No Yes No No b Yes b 576214 Yes Yes Yes 608680

No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576220 Yes Yes Yes 608681

No No No No No Yes No No c Yes c 576214 Yes Yes Yes 608682

No Yes No No No Yes No No c Yes Yes 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608683

No Yes No No No Yes No No c Yes Yes 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608684

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Amenities and
Communication and transport facilities (If amenities available code -
Yes is given except for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

Internet cafes/ Common

Carts driven by animals

Sea /River ferry service


Private courier facility

Bus service (Public &

Auto/Modified Autos

rickshaws(Manual &
service centre (CSC)
Name of the village

Location code no.

Machine driven)
Railway stations

Taxis and Vans

Cycle-pulled
Tractors
Private)
Sl.no

1 2 3 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
1 Shiroor 608660 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c

2 Yedthare 608661 Yes Yes Yes a Yes Yes Yes c a c

3 Paduvari 608662 c c Yes a Yes c Yes c a c

4 Uppunda 608663 Yes c Yes a Yes Yes Yes c b c

5 Bijoor 608664 c c Yes Yes Yes c Yes c b c

6 Nandanavana 608665 c c Yes a Yes c Yes c b c

7 Kergal 608666 c c Yes a Yes Yes Yes c b c

8 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 c Yes Yes a Yes Yes Yes c b c

9 Kambadakone 608668 Yes Yes Yes a Yes Yes Yes c Yes c

10 Ulloor [11] 608669 c c Yes b Yes c Yes c b c

11 Navunda 608670 c c Yes b Yes Yes Yes c b Yes

12 Badakere 608671 c c Yes b Yes Yes Yes c b c

13 Maravanthe 608672 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b Yes

14 Hadavu 608673 c c Yes b Yes c b c b Yes

15 Nada 608674 c c Yes a Yes Yes Yes c b Yes

16 Heroor 608675 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

17 Kalthodu 608676 Yes c Yes b Yes c Yes c b c

18 Heranjal 608677 c c Yes a Yes Yes Yes c b c

19 Thagarasi 608678 c c Yes a Yes c Yes c b c

20 Byndoor 608679 c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c

21 Yeljith 608680 c c Yes b Yes Yes Yes c b c

22 Kollur 608681 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

23 Golihole 608682 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

24 Jadkal 608683 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

25 Mudoor 608684 c c Yes c Yes c Yes c b c

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Land use( as in 2009)
Village connected to highways,village roads, banks & credit societies Availability of miscellaneous
(If amenities available code -Yes is given, If not available within the facilities (If amenities available
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms code -Yes is given, If not available
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given). within the village , the distance
range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b
for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms
of nearest place where facility is
available is given).

Public distribution system

Mandis / Regular market


Self-Help Group (SHG)
macadam(WBM) roads
Connected to national

Navigable waterway
district road (MDR)
Connected to others
Connected to major

Agricultural Credit
Commercial & Co-
Connected to state

(river/canal)(NW)

Location code no.


Kutchcha roads

operative Banks
Water bounded

Footpaths (FP)
highway(NH)

highway(SH)

Weekly Haat
Pucca roads
district road

(PDS) shop
Societies
ATM
68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 3
Location Code:0090
Yes c Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608660

Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c Yes b Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608661

Yes c Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a a a Yes Yes Yes a 608662

Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608663

a c c c Yes Yes Yes c Yes b a b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608664

Yes c Yes c Yes Yes Yes a Yes b b a Yes b c a 608665

Yes c Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b a Yes Yes c a 608666

Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608667

Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes c b Yes Yes c b 608668

a c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b b Yes Yes c b 608669

Yes c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608670

a c c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a b a Yes Yes c b 608671

Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes a c Yes a b a Yes Yes Yes Yes 608672

a c c c Yes Yes a Yes Yes a c a Yes b c a 608673

b c c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes c Yes 608674

b c Yes Yes Yes Yes b c Yes b c a Yes Yes c b 608675

b c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c a Yes Yes Yes Yes 608676

a c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a b a Yes Yes c b 608677

a Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c Yes a a a Yes Yes c a 608678

a c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608679

b Yes c c Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b b Yes Yes b b 608680

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c b 608681

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c c Yes Yes c b 608682

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b b Yes Yes c Yes 608683

c c c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c Yes Yes Yes c b 608684

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Amenities and
Availability of miscellaneous facilities (If amenities available code -Yes is given, If
not available within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for
5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

ASHA (Accredited Social

Sports Club / Recreation

Assembly Polling station


Agricultural marketing

Public Reading Room


Development Scheme
(Nutritional Centres)

(Nutritional Centres)

Cinema / Video Hall


Others (Nutritional
Name of the village

Registration Office
Anganwadi Centre

Newspaper Supply
Community centre
Location code no.

Integrated Child

with/without TV
Health Activist)

Public Library

Birth & Death


Sports Field,
Centres)

Centre
society
Sl.no

1 2 3 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
1 Shiroor 608660 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2 Yedthare 608661 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

3 Paduvari 608662 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a c a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

4 Uppunda 608663 c Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

5 Bijoor 608664 c Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6 Nandanavana 608665 c Yes Yes c Yes b b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

7 Kergal 608666 c Yes Yes c Yes b b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

8 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 c Yes Yes c Yes Yes b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

9 Kambadakone 608668 c Yes Yes c Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

10 Ulloor [11] 608669 c Yes Yes c Yes Yes b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

11 Navunda 608670 c Yes Yes c Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

12 Badakere 608671 b Yes Yes c a c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

13 Maravanthe 608672 c Yes Yes c Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

14 Hadavu 608673 c Yes Yes a Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

15 Nada 608674 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

16 Heroor 608675 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

17 Kalthodu 608676 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

18 Heranjal 608677 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

19 Thagarasi 608678 a Yes Yes Yes Yes c a c a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

20 Byndoor 608679 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

21 Yeljith 608680 c Yes Yes Yes Yes b b c b b b Yes Yes Yes

22 Kollur 608681 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

23 Golihole 608682 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

24 Jadkal 608683 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

25 Mudoor 608684 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

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Land use( as in 2009)
Availability of electricity Land Use
(Yes/No) Nearest Town Area under different types of land use ( in hectares
rounded up to one decimal place)

Land Under Miscellaneous


Distance range code i.e. a
Power Supply for All Uses

Barren and Un-cultivable


Kms and c for 10+ kms .

Permanent Pastures and


Agricultural Use (EAG)

Culturable Waste Land


for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10
Commercial Use (EC)

Other Grazing Lands


Domestic Use (ED)

Location code no.


Power Supply for

Power Supply for

Power Supply for

agricultural Uses
Area under Non-

Tree Crops etc.


Forests
Name
(EA)

land
98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 3
Location Code:0090
No No No Yes BHATKAL c 304.4 211.5 60.2 50.6 38.5 108.8 608660

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 1461.2 293.8 50 54.5 757.4 177 608661

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 719.8 122.3 90.6 23.8 71.8 89 608662

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 0 62 0 5.5 83.2 2 608663

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 35.9 291.5 8 3 102.2 3 608664

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 0 14.7 2 0 12.6 5 608665

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 38.8 19.4 3.4 17.4 2.9 608666

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 124.4 96 13.6 124.6 15 608667

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 2.4 41.3 18.4 3.8 51.3 19 608668

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 225.4 72.3 8 7.7 10 4.5 608669

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 136.7 48.5 8.2 84.2 5 608670

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 27.1 37.9 11 21 12 608671

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 98 46 5.3 16.5 5.4 608672

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 25 2 16.8 13.6 10.4 608673

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 61 213.2 70 17.5 16 49.8 608674

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 712.2 222 58 3.9 114.4 56 608675

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1221.2 410.9 43.7 118.2 1742.2 85 608676

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 134 30 40 9.5 5 10.6 608677

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 645.3 209.6 28 25.1 162.6 283.2 608678

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 2563.9 424.7 24 54.1 407.9 88.6 608679

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 2089.4 162.5 161.7 40.1 442.2 39 608680

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 9115.2 136.4 53.7 14 53 36.2 608681

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 2549.1 210.3 85.4 55.7 708.6 42.5 608682

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 2181.2 457.8 414 256 215 236.5 608683

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 225.8 170.8 25 894.9 39.5 12.2 608684

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Amenities and
Land Use Area irrigated by source (in
Area under different types of land use hectare).
( in hectares rounded up to one
decimal place)

Total Irrigated Land Area

Wells/Tube-wells(W/TW)
Total Un-irrigated Land
Fallow lands other than
Name of the village

Tanks/Lakes(T/L)
Location code no.

Water Falls(WF)
Current Fallows
current fallows

Net Area Sown

Canals ( C )

Others(O)
Sl.no

Area
1 2 3 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
1 Shiroor 608660 12 9 671.5 171.8 499.7 0 154.8 0 0 17

2 Yedthare 608661 6.5 4 699 221.3 477.7 0 161.6 0.8 0 58.9

3 Paduvari 608662 6.2 4 449.7 114.6 335.1 0 104.3 0 0 10.3

4 Uppunda 608663 0 2 376 185.6 190.4 0 181.3 0 0 4.3

5 Bijoor 608664 8 3 582.6 119.4 463.2 0 89.2 0 0 30.2

6 Nandanavana 608665 2 0 60.5 44.8 15.7 0 44.8 0 0 0

7 Kergal 608666 0 0 350.7 86.6 264.1 0 66.2 0.5 0 19.8

8 Kirimanjeshwar 608667 8 2 389 95.3 293.7 0 76.2 0 0 19.1

9 Kambadakone 608668 10 3 329 46.8 282.2 0 37.2 0 0 9.6

10 Ulloor [11] 608669 19 2 415.3 61.7 353.6 0 57.6 0 0 4.1

11 Navunda 608670 14.5 0 325.8 63.1 262.7 0 62.4 0 0 0.7

12 Badakere 608671 3 3 256 89.8 166.2 0 75.6 0 0 14.2

13 Maravanthe 608672 0 6 274.1 100 174 0 95.1 0 0 5

14 Hadavu 608673 3 3 151.5 55.9 95.6 0 35.4 0 0 20.6

15 Nada 608674 0 4 703 177.4 525.6 0 56.1 0 0 121.3

16 Heroor 608675 0 5 584.3 97 487.3 0 80 0 0 17

17 Kalthodu 608676 14 1 576.5 135.9 440.6 0 52 0 0 84

18 Heranjal 608677 13.5 3 329 53.9 275.1 0 39 0 0 14.9

19 Thagarasi 608678 10.1 5.5 478.5 185.2 293.3 0 156.4 1 0 27.8

20 Byndoor 608679 12 4 768.5 153 615.5 0 116.8 1 0 35.2

21 Yeljith 608680 8.3 7 458.6 99.5 359.1 0 51.2 0 0 48.4

22 Kollur 608681 9 3 380 110.1 269.9 0 86.8 1.5 0 21.8

23 Golihole 608682 21.5 4 907.2 150.7 756.5 0 74.1 0 0 76.6

24 Jadkal 608683 29.2 28.3 1126 265.1 860.9 0 191.9 1.5 0 71.7

25 Mudoor 608684 3549 835 249.8 249.8 0 0 191.8 0.8 0 57.2

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Name of three most important commodities manufactured

Name of the village

Location code no.


Second

Third
First

120 121 122 2 3


Location Code:0090
- - - Shiroor 608660

- - - Yedthare 608661

- - - Paduvari 608662

- - - Uppunda 608663

Cashewnut Processing Cashewnut Processing Bijoor 608664

- - - Nandanavana 608665

- - - Kergal 608666

Cashewnut Processing - - Kirimanjeshwar 608667

Food Product Factory Cashew Oil Factory Cashew Nuts Factory Kambadakone 608668

- - - Ulloor [11] 608669

- - - Navunda 608670

- - - Badakere 608671

Cashewnut Processing - - Maravanthe 608672

- - - Hadavu 608673

- - - Nada 608674

- Cashew Nuts Factory Heroor 608675

- - - Kalthodu 608676

- - - Heranjal 608677

- - - Thagarasi 608678

- - - Byndoor 608679

Cashewnut Processing - - Yeljith 608680

- - Kollur 608681

Cashewnut Processing - - Golihole 608682

- - - Jadkal 608683

- - - Mudoor 608684

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Name of District:-UDUPI Census of India 2011
Amenities and
Number of educational amenities available. (If not

Total area of the village ( in hectares rounded up


available within the village , the distance range
code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for
10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available
is given).

Number of households (2011 census)


Total population ( 2011 census )

Management institute (MI)


Pre-Primary school (PP)

Senior Secondary school

Engineering college(EC)
to one decimal place)

Medical college (MC)


Degree college of arts
Secondary School (S)

science & commerce


Name of the village

Primary school (P)

Middle school (M)


Location code no.

(ASC)
Sl.no

(SS)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
26 Hallihole 608685 2930.2 2328 495 a 6 3 b c c c c c

27 Trashi 608686 536.7 3140 698 1 3 3 a b b c c c

28 Hosadu 608687 539.4 3261 689 a 2 1 a a b c c c

29 Gujjadi 608688 705.4 6042 1178 a 3 2 1 a b c b c

30 Gangolli 608689 407 13014 2546 1 9 7 6 2 b c c c

31 Uppinakudru 608690 455.7 2336 505 a 1 1 1 b b c c c

32 Tallur 608691 488.5 3801 818 a 3 2 1 a b c c c

33 Hattiangadi 608692 431.4 1897 338 a 3 2 1 b a c c c

34 Kanyana 608693 540.5 2182 409 1 3 1 a a a c b c

35 Kattabelthoor 608694 519.2 3170 669 b 2 2 a a b c c c

36 Hemmadi 608695 623.1 4293 800 2 4 1 1 1 b c c c

37 Hakladi 608696 613.6 2883 579 a 2 1 1 b b c c c

38 Senapur 608697 668.3 2572 539 b 2 1 a a c c b c

39 Harkoor 608698 1354.7 2008 386 a 3 a a b c c c c

40 Kundabarandadi 608699 486.7 1570 304 b 2 1 a b b c c c

41 Noojadi 608700 681.6 1842 359 b 2 2 a b b c c c

42 Devalkunda 608701 542.4 1766 358 b 1 a a a b c c c

43 Kenchanoor 608702 496.4 1324 262 1 1 1 a a b c c c

44 Gulvadi 608703 1153.2 4840 875 b 5 2 1 b a c c c

45 Karkunje 608704 1843.1 4361 841 b 5 2 1 1 b c c c

46 Vandse 608705 988.1 2751 566 b 3 1 a a b c c c

47 Aloor 608706 1984.5 3584 707 a 5 2 1 b c c c c

48 Idurkunhadi 608707 1720 2142 418 b 3 1 a b c c c c

49 Chittoor 608708 1847.7 2917 563 a 4 1 a b c c c c

50 Hosoor 608709 2297.6 2360 453 b 3 2 a c c c c c

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Village Directory Location CodeNo:-569
Land use ( as in 2009)
Number of educational amenities Number of Medical Amenities available. (If not available
available. (If not available within the within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
village , the distance range code viz; a Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where
for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for facility is available is given).
10+ kms of nearest place where facility
is available is given).

Non-formal training centre

Mobile health clinic(MHC)


Special school for disabled
Vocational training school

Primary health sub centre


Community health centre

Veterinary hospital (VH)


Hospital-allopathic (HA)
welfare centre (MCW)
Primary health centre

Family welfare centre


Maternity and child

Hospital-alternative
T.B. clinic (TBC)

Location code no.


Polytechnic (Pt)

Others (specify)

Dispensary (D)
medicine (HO)
(NFTC)

(FWC)
(CHC)

(PHC)

(PHS)
(SSD)
/ITI

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3
Location Code:0090
c c c c c c 1 1 1 1 c c c 1 c 1 608685

b b b c c b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608686

b b b c b b b 1 b b b c b a c 1 608687

b b b c 1 a a 2 a a b c b 1 c 2 608688

b b b c 1 b 1 2 1 1 b c b 1 c 2 608689

b b b a b b c 1 c c b c b a c 1 608690

b b b 1 b b c 1 c c a c b a c 1 608691

a a a a b a b 1 b b a c a a c 1 608692

a a a a a a b 1 b b a c a a b 1 608693

b b b c a b b 1 b b b c b a c 1 608694

b b b a b b b 1 b b b b b 1 c 1 608695

b b b c b b 1 1 1 1 b c b b c 1 608696

c a c c b b a 1 a a c c a c c 1 608697

c b c c c c a 1 a a c c a b c 1 608698

b b b c c b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608699

b b b c b b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608700

b b b c b b b 1 b b b c b a c 1 608701

b b b b b b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608702

a a a b b a b 1 b b a 1 1 a b 1 608703

b b b b a b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608704

b b b c b b 1 1 1 1 b c a 1 c 1 608705

c b c c b c 1 1 1 1 c c b b c 1 608706

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c a b c 1 608707

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608708

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608709

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Amenities and
Number of Non-Government Medical Availability of drinking
Amenities available. water - (Yes / No)

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Well water (Covered /


Traditional practitioner
hospital/Nursing home.

Tube wells / Bore well


Charitable non Govt.

(Treated/Untreated)
Name of the village

Location code no.

and faith healer .

Uncovered well)
Medicine Shop
MBBS Degree

other degree

Hand Pump
Tap water
no degree

Others
Sl.no

1 2 3 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
26 Hallihole 608685 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

27 Trashi 608686 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

28 Hosadu 608687 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

29 Gujjadi 608688 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

30 Gangolli 608689 0 4 0 1 1 4 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

31 Uppinakudru 608690 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

32 Tallur 608691 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

33 Hattiangadi 608692 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

34 Kanyana 608693 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

35 Kattabelthoor 608694 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

36 Hemmadi 608695 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

37 Hakladi 608696 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

38 Senapur 608697 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

39 Harkoor 608698 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

40 Kundabarandadi 608699 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

41 Noojadi 608700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

42 Devalkunda 608701 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

43 Kenchanoor 608702 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

44 Gulvadi 608703 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

45 Karkunje 608704 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

46 Vandse 608705 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

47 Aloor 608706 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

48 Idurkunhadi 608707 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

49 Chittoor 608708 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

50 Hosoor 608709 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Availability of Availability of toilet & others Communication and transport facilities (If
drinking water - (Yes / No) amenities available code -Yes is given except
(Yes / No) for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of
nearest place where facility is available is
given).

(Land lines)
available near the village.
sanitary hardware outlet

Post & Telegraph office

Public call office (PCO)


Rural sanitary mart or

Mobile phone coverage


Community bio- gas or

Sub post office (SPO)


Tank / Pond / Lake

recycle of waste for

Location code no.


Community toilet

Community toilet

Village Pin Code


including bath.

excluding bath.

productive use.
Post office(PO)
River / Canal

Telephones
(P&TO)
Others
Spring

43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 3
Location Code:0090
No No No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576229 Yes Yes Yes 608685

No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes c 576235 Yes Yes Yes 608686

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576247 Yes Yes Yes 608687

No No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes c 576247 Yes Yes Yes 608688

No No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes b c 576216 Yes Yes Yes 608689

No No Yes No No Yes Yes No b Yes a 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608690

No No Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608691

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608692

No Yes No No No Yes No No a Yes Yes 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608693

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes b 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608694

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes b 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608695

No No No No No No No No b Yes c 576235 Yes Yes Yes 608696

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576235 Yes Yes Yes 608697

No No No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608698

No No Yes No No Yes No No b Yes c 576235 Yes Yes Yes 608699

No No No No No Yes Yes No a Yes c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608700

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576230 Yes Yes Yes 608701

No Yes No No No Yes No No a Yes a 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608702

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No a Yes a 577301 Yes Yes Yes 608703

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No b Yes Yes 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608704

No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes a c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608705

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608706

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No b Yes b 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608707

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes c 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608708

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608709

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Amenities and
Communication and transport facilities (If amenities available code -
Yes is given except for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

Internet cafes/ Common

Carts driven by animals

Sea /River ferry service


Private courier facility

Bus service (Public &

Auto/Modified Autos

rickshaws(Manual &
service centre (CSC)
Name of the village

Location code no.

Machine driven)
Railway stations

Taxis and Vans

Cycle-pulled
Tractors
Private)
Sl.no

1 2 3 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
26 Hallihole 608685 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

27 Trashi 608686 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

28 Hosadu 608687 b b Yes a Yes Yes Yes b b c

29 Gujjadi 608688 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

30 Gangolli 608689 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b Yes

31 Uppinakudru 608690 b b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

32 Tallur 608691 Yes b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

33 Hattiangadi 608692 a a Yes c Yes Yes Yes a b c

34 Kanyana 608693 a a Yes c Yes Yes Yes a b c

35 Kattabelthoor 608694 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

36 Hemmadi 608695 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b b

37 Hakladi 608696 Yes b Yes a Yes Yes Yes b b c

38 Senapur 608697 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c b c

39 Harkoor 608698 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

40 Kundabarandadi 608699 Yes b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

41 Noojadi 608700 Yes b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

42 Devalkunda 608701 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

43 Kenchanoor 608702 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

44 Gulvadi 608703 a a Yes c Yes Yes Yes a b c

45 Karkunje 608704 b Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes b Yes c

46 Vandse 608705 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

47 Aloor 608706 c c Yes b Yes Yes Yes c b Yes

48 Idurkunhadi 608707 c c Yes c Yes c Yes c b c

49 Chittoor 608708 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

50 Hosoor 608709 c c Yes c b c Yes c b c

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Village connected to highways,village roads, banks & credit societies Availability of miscellaneous
(If amenities available code -Yes is given, If not available within the facilities (If amenities available
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms code -Yes is given, If not available
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given). within the village , the distance
range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b
for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms
of nearest place where facility is
available is given).

Public distribution system

Mandis / Regular market


Self-Help Group (SHG)
macadam(WBM) roads
Connected to national

Navigable waterway
district road (MDR)
Connected to others
Connected to major

Agricultural Credit
Commercial & Co-
Connected to state

(river/canal)(NW)

Location code no.


Kutchcha roads

operative Banks
Water bounded

Footpaths (FP)
highway(NH)

highway(SH)

Weekly Haat
Pucca roads
district road

(PDS) shop
Societies
ATM
68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 3
Location Code:0090
c c c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes c a Yes Yes c b 608685

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b a Yes Yes b b 608686

Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a a b Yes Yes b b 608687

a b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608688

b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608689

a b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a b a Yes Yes b b 608690

Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a b Yes Yes a a 608691

a a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a a a Yes Yes a b 608692

a a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes a a a Yes Yes a b 608693

Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a a a Yes Yes b b 608694

Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes 608695

b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b a Yes Yes b b 608696

a c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a c a Yes Yes c Yes 608697

b c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c a Yes Yes c a 608698

b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b b Yes Yes b b 608699

c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b a Yes Yes b b 608700

a b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a a a Yes Yes b b 608701

b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes a b b Yes Yes b b 608702

b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a a Yes Yes Yes Yes 608703

b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes b Yes 608704

b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes b Yes 608705

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c Yes Yes Yes c Yes 608706

c Yes c c Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c b Yes Yes c b 608707

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b c b Yes Yes c b 608708

c Yes c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c c Yes Yes c b 608709

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Amenities and
Availability of miscellaneous facilities (If amenities available code -Yes is given, If
not available within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for
5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

ASHA (Accredited Social

Sports Club / Recreation

Assembly Polling station


Agricultural marketing

Public Reading Room


Development Scheme
(Nutritional Centres)

(Nutritional Centres)

Cinema / Video Hall


Others (Nutritional
Name of the village

Registration Office
Anganwadi Centre

Newspaper Supply
Community centre
Location code no.

Integrated Child

with/without TV
Health Activist)

Public Library

Birth & Death


Sports Field,
Centres)

Centre
society
Sl.no

1 2 3 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
26 Hallihole 608685 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

27 Trashi 608686 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

28 Hosadu 608687 b Yes Yes Yes Yes a Yes b b a a Yes Yes Yes

29 Gujjadi 608688 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b c a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

30 Gangolli 608689 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

31 Uppinakudru 608690 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes b b a a Yes Yes Yes

32 Tallur 608691 a Yes Yes Yes Yes a Yes a a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

33 Hattiangadi 608692 a Yes Yes Yes Yes a b b a b Yes Yes Yes Yes

34 Kanyana 608693 a Yes Yes Yes Yes a b b a a a Yes Yes Yes

35 Kattabelthoor 608694 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b Yes b a a Yes Yes Yes

36 Hemmadi 608695 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

37 Hakladi 608696 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

38 Senapur 608697 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

39 Harkoor 608698 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

40 Kundabarandadi 608699 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b Yes b a a Yes Yes Yes

41 Noojadi 608700 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b c b a a Yes Yes Yes

42 Devalkunda 608701 b Yes Yes Yes a b b c b a a Yes Yes Yes

43 Kenchanoor 608702 b Yes Yes Yes a b b b b a a Yes Yes Yes

44 Gulvadi 608703 a Yes Yes Yes Yes a b Yes a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

45 Karkunje 608704 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

46 Vandse 608705 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

47 Aloor 608706 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

48 Idurkunhadi 608707 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

49 Chittoor 608708 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

50 Hosoor 608709 c Yes Yes Yes a c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

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Land use( as in 2009)
Availability of electricity Land Use
(Yes/No) Nearest Town Area under different types of land use ( in hectares
rounded up to one decimal place)

Land Under Miscellaneous


Distance range code i.e. a
Power Supply for All Uses

Barren and Un-cultivable


Kms and c for 10+ kms .

Permanent Pastures and


Agricultural Use (EAG)

Culturable Waste Land


for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10
Commercial Use (EC)

Other Grazing Lands


Domestic Use (ED)

Location code no.


Power Supply for

Power Supply for

Power Supply for

agricultural Uses
Area under Non-

Tree Crops etc.


Forests
Name
(EA)

land
98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 3
Location Code:0090
No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1763.8 150.3 52 6.6 82 72.8 608685

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 82.4 15.2 25.3 67 65.3 608686

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 59.5 15.5 64 66.8 24.5 608687

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 131.4 18.6 25.5 167.2 92.3 608688

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 65.4 11.3 19.5 68.3 6.7 608689

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 83.6 13.4 3 40.9 46 608690

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 158.5 34 1.3 26.4 26.3 608691

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR a 87.9 30.2 15.3 7.8 11.9 14.7 608692

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR a 51.4 48.3 25.3 15.1 53 35.2 608693

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 109 45.4 8.4 38 47.3 608694

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 95.5 6.1 3.5 204 94.5 608695

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 20 97.3 36.2 16 80.5 102 608696

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 121.7 22 11.4 108.2 176.8 608697

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 523.4 106.3 20.2 6.7 191.4 105.4 608698

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 59 68.4 32.2 21 3.1 72 608699

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 17 86.7 35 7.7 212 85.5 608700

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 53.7 82.8 25.3 12 58 34.3 608701

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 121.8 35.3 33.1 7.6 18.7 9.2 608702

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR a 134.5 236.2 93.4 125.5 122.1 136 608703

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 595 130.5 152 61.4 379.1 83.5 608704

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 178.4 162.2 38.4 9.2 155.1 113.5 608705

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 300.7 110.6 45.4 8.8 1043.8 50 608706

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 458.8 128.8 20.4 16.7 650.8 84.5 608707

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 730 272.4 25.4 37.7 173.5 138.4 608708

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 983.4 438.9 33.2 83.8 149.8 155.8 608709

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Amenities and
Land Use Area irrigated by source (in
Area under different types of land use hectare).
( in hectares rounded up to one
decimal place)

Total Irrigated Land Area

Wells/Tube-wells(W/TW)
Total Un-irrigated Land
Fallow lands other than
Name of the village

Tanks/Lakes(T/L)
Location code no.

Water Falls(WF)
Current Fallows
current fallows

Net Area Sown

Canals ( C )

Others(O)
Sl.no

Area
1 2 3 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
26 Hallihole 608685 12.6 4.2 786 445 341 0 348.2 2 0 94.8

27 Trashi 608686 12.5 0 269 113.8 155.2 0 104.1 0 0 9.7

28 Hosadu 608687 15.6 4.5 289 91.4 197.6 0 70.2 0 0 21.1

29 Gujjadi 608688 12.5 2 256 89.4 166.6 85.2 0 0 4.2 0

30 Gangolli 608689 34.9 131 70 70 0 70 0 0 0 0

31 Uppinakudru 608690 2.4 5.4 261 47.5 213.5 0 47.5 0 0 0

32 Tallur 608691 16 3 223 83.3 139.7 0 65.5 0 0 17.8

33 Hattiangadi 608692 2.6 3 258 101 157 0 80.3 0 0 20.7

34 Kanyana 608693 2.5 4.7 305 102 203 0 69.8 0 0 32.2

35 Kattabelthoor 608694 12.7 3.5 255 70.4 184.6 0 57.1 0 0 13.3

36 Hemmadi 608695 13.5 2 204 64 140 0 56.3 0 0 7.7

37 Hakladi 608696 3 2.6 256 118.8 137.2 0 64 0.7 0 54

38 Senapur 608697 6.8 3.4 218 80.9 137.1 0 49 0 0 32

39 Harkoor 608698 12 2.3 387 80.6 306.4 0 49.6 1.5 0 29.6

40 Kundabarandadi 608699 2.5 3.5 225 67.5 157.5 0 38 1.2 0 28.3

41 Noojadi 608700 11.2 3.5 223 58.5 164.5 0 28.8 0.8 0 28.9

42 Devalkunda 608701 3 4.3 269 93.4 175.6 0 70 0 0 23.4

43 Kenchanoor 608702 3.2 3.5 264 94.9 169.1 0 69.4 0 0 25.5

44 Gulvadi 608703 2 3.5 300 79.5 220.5 0 41.2 1.7 36.6 0

45 Karkunje 608704 45 4.6 392 157 235 0 62.4 1.5 0 93.1

46 Vandse 608705 7.5 8.8 315 90.4 224.6 0 54.2 0.7 0 35.6

47 Aloor 608706 13 2 410 108.3 301.7 0 69.9 2.5 0 35.9

48 Idurkunhadi 608707 3 2 355 93.8 261.2 0 66.5 2.3 0 25

49 Chittoor 608708 3.4 3 463.8 88.4 375.4 0 55.8 1.2 0 31.3

50 Hosoor 608709 4.5 4.2 444 88.8 355.2 57.9 1.5 0 29.4 0

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Land use( as in 2009)
Name of three most important commodities manufactured

Name of the village

Location code no.


Second

Third
First

120 121 122 2 3


Location Code:0090
Cashewnut Processing - - Hallihole 608685

Bricks Tiles - Trashi 608686

- - - Hosadu 608687

Hollow Blocks - - Gujjadi 608688

Tiles - - Gangolli 608689

Rice Mill - - Uppinakudru 608690

Rice Mill Tiles Tallur 608691

- - - Hattiangadi 608692

Tiles - - Kanyana 608693

Key Making Coconut Oil - Kattabelthoor 608694

Cashewnut Processing Ice Factory Pipe Factory Hemmadi 608695

Beedi - - Hakladi 608696

Cashewnut Processing Beedi Senapur 608697

Cashewnut Processing Beedi - Harkoor 608698

Beedi - - Kundabarandadi 608699

Beedi - - Noojadi 608700

- - - Devalkunda 608701

Coconut Powder Tiles - Kenchanoor 608702

- - Gulvadi 608703

Roof Tile - - Karkunje 608704

Beedi - - Vandse 608705

Cashewnut Processing Beedi - Aloor 608706

Coco Factory - - Idurkunhadi 608707

Beedi - - Chittoor 608708

- - - Hosoor 608709

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Name of District:-UDUPI Census of India 2011
Amenities and
Number of educational amenities available. (If not

Total area of the village ( in hectares rounded up


available within the village , the distance range
code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for
10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available
is given).

Number of households (2011 census)


Total population ( 2011 census )

Management institute (MI)


Pre-Primary school (PP)

Senior Secondary school

Engineering college(EC)
to one decimal place)

Medical college (MC)


Degree college of arts
Secondary School (S)

science & commerce


Name of the village

Primary school (P)

Middle school (M)


Location code no.

(ASC)
Sl.no

(SS)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
51 Keradi 608710 2669.6 2574 512 a 7 2 1 c c c c c

52 Bellal 608711 2581.2 2780 552 b 3 3 b c c c c c

53 Kodladi 608712 1377.9 1962 384 b 4 1 1 b c c c c

54 Kavrady 608713 1228.9 5224 999 1 6 6 1 b b c c c

55 Halnad 608714 401.5 1112 238 b 1 1 b c b c c c

56 Ampar 608715 2168.4 4943 1051 a 6 4 1 b c c c c

57 Shankaranarayana 608716 2312.5 5144 1026 1 6 3 2 2 1 c c c

58 Siddapur 608717 3008.8 7401 1450 1 10 7 2 b b c c c

59 Ajri 608718 3033.6 4017 806 a 4 2 b c c c c c

60 Kamalashile 608719 1847.7 1410 276 b 2 b 1 a b c c c

61 Edmoge 608720 2705.8 2120 426 a 2 1 a a c c c c

62 Hosangadi 608721 3541.9 4872 1131 a 6 2 1 1 c c b c

63 Machattu 608722 5314.3 2616 532 a 3 2 b c c c b c

64 Ulloor 74 608723 2266.1 3346 693 b 5 1 a c b c c c

65 Kulanje 608724 1440.7 1987 411 b 3 2 b b b c c c

66 Hangaloor 608725 342.7 4547 995 1 3 2 1 a a c c c

67 Koni 608726 472.4 3760 746 1 3 3 1 b b c c c

68 Beejadi 608727 434.6 6275 1267 1 2 2 1 a a c c c

69 Gopadi 608728 236.5 3332 718 a 2 1 a a a c c c

70 Vakwadi 608729 533.2 2763 549 1 2 2 2 a a c c c

71 Thekkatte 608730 543.7 5590 1067 1 4 4 3 1 b c c c

72 Ulthoor 608731 481.9 1798 395 a 2 2 a a b c c c

73 Beloor 608732 883.2 3340 708 b 3 3 1 b b c a c

74 Kedoor 608733 636.9 2131 437 b 1 1 1 b b c c c

75 Kumbashi 608734 451.1 5585 1142 a 3 2 a a a c c c

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Village Directory Location CodeNo:-569
Land use ( as in 2009)
Number of educational amenities Number of Medical Amenities available. (If not available
available. (If not available within the within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
village , the distance range code viz; a Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where
for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for facility is available is given).
10+ kms of nearest place where facility
is available is given).

Non-formal training centre

Mobile health clinic(MHC)


Special school for disabled
Vocational training school

Primary health sub centre


Community health centre

Veterinary hospital (VH)


Hospital-allopathic (HA)
welfare centre (MCW)
Primary health centre

Family welfare centre


Maternity and child

Hospital-alternative
T.B. clinic (TBC)

Location code no.


Polytechnic (Pt)

Others (specify)

Dispensary (D)
medicine (HO)
(NFTC)

(FWC)
(CHC)

(PHC)

(PHS)
(SSD)
/ITI

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3
Location Code:0090
c c c c c c 1 1 1 1 c c c c c 1 608710

c c c c c b b 1 b b c 1 1 b c 1 608711

c c c b c c c 1 c c c c a c c 1 608712

b b b b c b 1 1 1 1 b c b 1 c 1 608713

b b b b b b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608714

c 1 c 1 b c b 1 b b c c c 1 c 1 608715

c c c c c c 1 1 1 1 c c c 1 c 1 608716

c c c c 1 c 1 2 1 1 c c 1 1 c 2 608717

c c c b c c b 1 b b c c c 1 c 1 608718

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608719

c c c c c b c 1 c c c c c c c 1 608720

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b c c 1 608721

c c c c c c c 1 c c c c c c c 1 608722

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608723

c c c c c c b 1 b b c c b b c 1 608724

a a a b c a a 1 a a a c a a a 1 608725

b b b b a b b 1 b b b c b b c 1 608726

b b b c 1 b a 1 a a a c a b b 1 608727

b b b c b b a 1 a a a c a b b 1 608728

b b b b b b a 1 a a a c a a a 1 608729

b b b b b b a 1 a a b c a a b 1 608730

b b b c a a a 1 a a b b a a c 1 608731

b b b c a b a 1 a a b c b a c 1 608732

c c c b a c 1 1 1 1 c b b 1 c 1 608733

b b b b a b 1 1 1 1 a c b 1 c 1 608734

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Amenities and
Number of Non-Government Medical Availability of drinking
Amenities available. water - (Yes / No)

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Medical practitioner with

Well water (Covered /


Traditional practitioner
hospital/Nursing home.

Tube wells / Bore well


Charitable non Govt.

(Treated/Untreated)
Name of the village

Location code no.

and faith healer .

Uncovered well)
Medicine Shop
MBBS Degree

other degree

Hand Pump
Tap water
no degree

Others
Sl.no

1 2 3 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
51 Keradi 608710 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

52 Bellal 608711 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

53 Kodladi 608712 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

54 Kavrady 608713 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

55 Halnad 608714 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

56 Ampar 608715 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

57 Shankaranarayana 608716 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

58 Siddapur 608717 0 3 3 2 1 2 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

59 Ajri 608718 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

60 Kamalashile 608719 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

61 Edmoge 608720 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

62 Hosangadi 608721 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

63 Machattu 608722 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

64 Ulloor 74 608723 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

65 Kulanje 608724 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

66 Hangaloor 608725 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

67 Koni 608726 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

68 Beejadi 608727 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

69 Gopadi 608728 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

70 Vakwadi 608729 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

71 Thekkatte 608730 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

72 Ulthoor 608731 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

73 Beloor 608732 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

74 Kedoor 608733 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

75 Kumbashi 608734 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Availability of Availability of toilet & others Communication and transport facilities (If
drinking water - (Yes / No) amenities available code -Yes is given except
(Yes / No) for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5
Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of
nearest place where facility is available is
given).

(Land lines)
available near the village.
sanitary hardware outlet

Post & Telegraph office

Public call office (PCO)


Rural sanitary mart or

Mobile phone coverage


Community bio- gas or

Sub post office (SPO)


Tank / Pond / Lake

recycle of waste for

Location code no.


Community toilet

Community toilet

Village Pin Code


including bath.

excluding bath.

productive use.
Post office(PO)
River / Canal

Telephones
(P&TO)
Others
Spring

43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 3
Location Code:0090
No Yes No No No Yes No No c Yes c 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608710

No Yes No No No Yes No No b Yes b 576233 Yes Yes Yes 608711

No No No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608712

No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No b Yes Yes 576211 Yes Yes Yes 608713

No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No b Yes b 576211 Yes Yes Yes 608714

No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No b Yes c 576211 Yes Yes Yes 608715

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576227 Yes Yes Yes 608716

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes 576229 Yes Yes Yes 608717

No No No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576283 Yes Yes Yes 608718

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576229 Yes Yes Yes 608719

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No a Yes c 576219 Yes Yes Yes 608720

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes a Yes 576282 Yes Yes Yes 608721

No Yes No No No Yes No No c Yes c 576227 Yes Yes Yes 608722

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No c Yes c 576229 Yes Yes Yes 608723

No Yes No No No Yes Yes No b Yes b 576227 Yes Yes Yes 608724

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes a 576217 Yes Yes Yes 608725

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes b 576217 Yes Yes Yes 608726

No No No No No Yes Yes No a Yes a 576222 Yes Yes Yes 608727

No No No No No Yes Yes No a a a 576222 Yes Yes Yes 608728

No No No No No Yes No No a Yes a 576257 Yes Yes Yes 608729

No No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes b Yes 576231 Yes Yes Yes 608730

No No No No No No No No a Yes c 576231 Yes Yes Yes 608731

No No No No No Yes Yes No b Yes Yes 576221 Yes Yes Yes 608732

No No No No No Yes No No b Yes b 576231 Yes Yes Yes 608733

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes a b 576257 Yes Yes Yes 608734

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Amenities and
Communication and transport facilities (If amenities available code -
Yes is given except for Village Pin Code ,If not available within the
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

Internet cafes/ Common

Carts driven by animals

Sea /River ferry service


Private courier facility

Bus service (Public &

Auto/Modified Autos

rickshaws(Manual &
service centre (CSC)
Name of the village

Location code no.

Machine driven)
Railway stations

Taxis and Vans

Cycle-pulled
Tractors
Private)
Sl.no

1 2 3 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
51 Keradi 608710 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

52 Bellal 608711 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

53 Kodladi 608712 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

54 Kavrady 608713 b b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

55 Halnad 608714 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

56 Ampar 608715 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

57 Shankaranarayana 608716 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

58 Siddapur 608717 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

59 Ajri 608718 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

60 Kamalashile 608719 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

61 Edmoge 608720 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

62 Hosangadi 608721 Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

63 Machattu 608722 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

64 Ulloor 74 608723 c c Yes c Yes Yes Yes c b c

65 Kulanje 608724 c c Yes c b c Yes c b c

66 Hangaloor 608725 a a Yes a Yes Yes Yes a b c

67 Koni 608726 b b Yes a Yes Yes Yes b b c

68 Beejadi 608727 b b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b c

69 Gopadi 608728 b b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b b

70 Vakwadi 608729 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

71 Thekkatte 608730 Yes b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

72 Ulthoor 608731 b b Yes c Yes Yes Yes b b c

73 Beloor 608732 b b Yes c b b Yes b b c

74 Kedoor 608733 c c Yes b Yes Yes Yes c b c

75 Kumbashi 608734 b b Yes b Yes Yes Yes b b b

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Village connected to highways,village roads, banks & credit societies Availability of miscellaneous
(If amenities available code -Yes is given, If not available within the facilities (If amenities available
village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms code -Yes is given, If not available
and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given). within the village , the distance
range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b
for 5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms
of nearest place where facility is
available is given).

Public distribution system

Mandis / Regular market


Self-Help Group (SHG)
macadam(WBM) roads
Connected to national

Navigable waterway
district road (MDR)
Connected to others
Connected to major

Agricultural Credit
Commercial & Co-
Connected to state

(river/canal)(NW)

Location code no.


Kutchcha roads

operative Banks
Water bounded

Footpaths (FP)
highway(NH)

highway(SH)

Weekly Haat
Pucca roads
district road

(PDS) shop
Societies
ATM
68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 3
Location Code:0090
c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c c Yes Yes c b 608710

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c c Yes Yes c b 608711

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c c c Yes Yes c b 608712

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608713

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b b Yes b b b 608714

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608715

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608716

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 608717

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b c Yes Yes Yes Yes 608718

c c c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b Yes Yes Yes c b 608719

c Yes c c Yes Yes Yes c Yes a c a Yes Yes c b 608720

c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b a Yes Yes Yes Yes 608721

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c b Yes Yes Yes c a 608722

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes a b a Yes Yes c b 608723

c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b c b Yes Yes c b 608724

Yes a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes a a Yes Yes a Yes 608725

a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes b b a Yes Yes b b 608726

Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes b a Yes Yes Yes Yes 608727

Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes b a Yes Yes b b 608728

Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes b b b Yes Yes b b 608729

Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608730

a b Yes Yes Yes Yes a c Yes a a b Yes Yes b b 608731

a b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes Yes b b Yes Yes b b 608732

b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c b c Yes Yes c b 608733

b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes b b Yes Yes Yes Yes 608734

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Amenities and
Availability of miscellaneous facilities (If amenities available code -Yes is given, If
not available within the village , the distance range code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for
5-10 Kms and c for 10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available is given).

ASHA (Accredited Social

Sports Club / Recreation

Assembly Polling station


Agricultural marketing

Public Reading Room


Development Scheme
(Nutritional Centres)

(Nutritional Centres)

Cinema / Video Hall


Others (Nutritional
Name of the village

Registration Office
Anganwadi Centre

Newspaper Supply
Community centre
Location code no.

Integrated Child

with/without TV
Health Activist)

Public Library

Birth & Death


Sports Field,
Centres)

Centre
society
Sl.no

1 2 3 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
51 Keradi 608710 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

52 Bellal 608711 c Yes Yes a Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

53 Kodladi 608712 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

54 Kavrady 608713 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

55 Halnad 608714 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c b b b Yes Yes Yes

56 Ampar 608715 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c Yes c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

57 Shankaranarayana 608716 c Yes Yes Yes Yes b Yes c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

58 Siddapur 608717 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

59 Ajri 608718 c Yes Yes a Yes b b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

60 Kamalashile 608719 c Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

61 Edmoge 608720 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c a a Yes Yes Yes

62 Hosangadi 608721 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

63 Machattu 608722 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

64 Ulloor 74 608723 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

65 Kulanje 608724 c Yes Yes Yes Yes c b c c b b Yes Yes Yes

66 Hangaloor 608725 a Yes Yes Yes Yes a a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

67 Koni 608726 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

68 Beejadi 608727 b Yes Yes Yes Yes a Yes b a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

69 Gopadi 608728 b Yes Yes Yes Yes a Yes b a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

70 Vakwadi 608729 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b b Yes Yes Yes

71 Thekkatte 608730 b Yes Yes Yes Yes b b b b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

72 Ulthoor 608731 b Yes Yes a Yes b b c b a a Yes Yes Yes

73 Beloor 608732 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

74 Kedoor 608733 c Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes c c c c Yes Yes Yes

75 Kumbashi 608734 b Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes b b a Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Availability of electricity Land Use
(Yes/No) Nearest Town Area under different types of land use ( in hectares
rounded up to one decimal place)

Land Under Miscellaneous


Distance range code i.e. a
Power Supply for All Uses

Barren and Un-cultivable


Kms and c for 10+ kms .

Permanent Pastures and


Agricultural Use (EAG)

Culturable Waste Land


for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10
Commercial Use (EC)

Other Grazing Lands


Domestic Use (ED)

Location code no.


Power Supply for

Power Supply for

Power Supply for

agricultural Uses
Area under Non-

Tree Crops etc.


Forests
Name
(EA)

land
98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 3
Location Code:0090
No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1241 363 25 14.8 325.8 222 608710

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1070.5 131.5 14.6 65.4 737.8 176.8 608711

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 509 106.7 34.2 51.8 39.9 78.5 608712

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 155 108.4 131.2 11.8 85.5 412 608713

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 28.6 2.3 2.7 48.5 8.2 608714

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 274.5 158.8 35 114.7 863.8 151.1 608715

No No No Yes BHATKAL c 223.5 295.9 240.9 6.4 700.3 60.1 608716

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 668 140.5 145.9 6.1 1181.3 64.4 608717

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1308 430.1 42.2 13.2 317.3 147 608718

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 1269.3 25.7 75.2 4.7 35.7 12.9 608719

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 130.1 24.1 3 15.3 8.3 1545.9 608720

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 90.6 27.6 20.9 438.1 102.9 2181.4 608721

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 3076 400 250.9 69 409.1 180.3 608722

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 774 259.9 82.7 0.2 137.4 219 608723

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 0 500 112.1 48.8 9.4 337.5 608724

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR a 0 34.7 0.6 0 4 2.6 608725

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 97.1 73.1 10.9 11 29.8 608726

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 72.5 50.4 0 2.8 8.5 608727

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 45 9.4 8 1 9.2 608728

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 16.5 41.9 8.3 27.5 39.5 608729

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 80.8 19.8 4.9 4.4 27.5 608730

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 107.5 40.3 12.5 22 55.5 608731

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 208 17 6.5 32.2 57.5 608732

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR c 61 170.4 64 23.6 5.8 2 608733

No No No Yes KUNDAPUR b 0 120.7 13.2 2.5 10.2 31.1 608734

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Amenities and
Land Use Area irrigated by source (in
Area under different types of land use hectare).
( in hectares rounded up to one
decimal place)

Total Irrigated Land Area

Wells/Tube-wells(W/TW)
Total Un-irrigated Land
Fallow lands other than
Name of the village

Tanks/Lakes(T/L)
Location code no.

Water Falls(WF)
Current Fallows
current fallows

Net Area Sown

Canals ( C )

Others(O)
Sl.no

Area
1 2 3 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
51 Keradi 608710 4 3 471 81.3 389.7 0 56.8 2.5 0 22

52 Bellal 608711 5.2 2 377.4 105.8 271.6 0 53.9 1.5 0 50.4

53 Kodladi 608712 2.7 3.8 551.2 190.6 360.6 0 127.6 3.2 29.9 29.9

54 Kavrady 608713 13.2 4.7 307 64.8 242.2 0 35.5 0 0 29.2

55 Halnad 608714 12.4 3.8 295 64.4 230.6 0 32.7 0 0 31.7

56 Ampar 608715 21 3.5 546 127.3 418.7 0 88.8 0.9 0 37.6

57 Shankaranarayana 608716 45 2.5 738 317.6 420.4 0 163.5 2.3 0 151.8

58 Siddapur 608717 42 2.7 758 251.9 506.1 0 187.8 3 0 61.2

59 Ajri 608718 1.4 3.5 771 233.9 537.1 0 132.6 50.6 50.6 0

60 Kamalashile 608719 12.4 2.8 409 240.1 168.9 0 213.1 1.2 0 25.8

61 Edmoge 608720 471.8 188.8 318.5 188.8 129.7 0 153.3 2.7 32.8 0

62 Hosangadi 608721 3.2 505.1 172.1 172.1 0 102.5 2.5 0 0 67.1

63 Machattu 608722 32.5 18.5 878 256.1 621.9 0 163.8 0 0 92.4

64 Ulloor 74 608723 49 3.5 740.4 276 464.4 0 224.4 2.2 0 49.4

65 Kulanje 608724 8 15.6 409.2 169.2 240 0 52 1.4 0 115.9

66 Hangaloor 608725 0 92.8 208 92.8 115.2 0 86.3 0 0 6.5

67 Koni 608726 0 2.5 248 49.1 198.9 0 0 47.1 0 2

68 Beejadi 608727 2.4 2 296 71.4 224.6 0 65.4 0 0 6

69 Gopadi 608728 0 2.8 161 47.6 113.4 0 47.6 0 0 0

70 Vakwadi 608729 136 5.5 258 110.7 147.3 0 67.1 0.8 0 42.8

71 Thekkatte 608730 0 2.3 404 119.4 284.6 0 93.4 0 0 26

72 Ulthoor 608731 15.2 2.9 226 102 124 0 68.8 4 0 29.2

73 Beloor 608732 0 0 562 241.6 320.4 0 151.6 2.5 87.4 0

74 Kedoor 608733 0 2 308 161 147 0 82.8 3.5 0 74.7

75 Kumbashi 608734 0 3.5 270 68 202 0 68 0 0 0

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Name of three most important commodities manufactured

Name of the village

Location code no.


Second

Third
First

120 121 122 2 3


Location Code:0090
Cashewnut Processing - - Keradi 608710

- - - Bellal 608711

- - - Kodladi 608712

Tiles Cashewnut Processing Condiments Factory Kavrady 608713

- - - Halnad 608714

Tiles Oil Flour Mill Ampar 608715

- Cashewnut Processing Coconut Oil Shankaranarayana 608716

Cashewnut Processing Coconut Oil - Siddapur 608717

- - - Ajri 608718

- - - Kamalashile 608719

Cashewnut Processing - - Edmoge 608720

- - - Hosangadi 608721

Cashewnut Processing - - Machattu 608722

Cashewnut Processing Dryfruits Chips Ulloor 74 608723

- - - Kulanje 608724

- - - Hangaloor 608725

Pvc Pipes Design Tiles Koni 608726

Cashewnut Processing - - Beejadi 608727

Cashewnut Processing - - Gopadi 608728

Tiles & Bricks - - Vakwadi 608729

Tiles & Bricks - - Thekkatte 608730

- - - Ulthoor 608731

Cashewnut Processing - - Beloor 608732

- - - Kedoor 608733

Cashewnut Processing Plastic Factory - Kumbashi 608734

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Name of District:-UDUPI Census of India 2011
Amenities and
Number of educational amenities available. (If not

Total area of the village ( in hectares rounded up


available within the village , the distance range
code viz; a for < 5 Kms, b for 5-10 Kms and c for
10+ kms of nearest place where facility is available
is given).

Number of households (2011 census)


Total population ( 2011 census )

Management institute (MI)


Pre-Primary school (PP)

Senior Secondary school

Engineering college(EC)
to one decimal place)

Medical college (MC)


Degree college of arts
Secondary School (S)

science & commerce


Name of the village

Primary school (P)

Middle school (M)


Location code no.

(ASC)
Sl.no

(SS)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Name of CD Block:-Kundapura
76 Asodu 608735 441.4 1114 226 b 1 1 a b b c c c

77 Kalavara 608736 756.9 2764 589 b 1 1 1 b c c c c

78 Kandavara 608737 761.5 3357 640 a 2 2 a b b c c c

79 Anagalli 608738 660.3 3060 707 a 1 1 a a a c c c

80 Basrur 608739 576.4 6613 1356 1 7 6 2 1 1 c c c

81 Balkur 608740 470.7 2998 584 a 3 2 a a a c c c

82 Japthi 608741 902.6 2178 471 b 2 1 b b b c c c

83 Hombady-Mandadi 608742 402.8 1570 338 a 2 2 a a b c a c

84 Korgi 608743 997.6 2323 478 b 3 2 a b b c c c

85 Heskathoor 608744 288.4