The total geographical area of village is 2260 hectares. The population of Kollam from the year 2014-18 can be seen above and there is a definite increment of 182,872 in the past 5 years. It is the 7 th largest district in the state by Population . Thalavoor has a total population of 24,385 peoples. km. While the Kunnathur, Kottarakkara and Pathanapuram constituencies are in the Mavelikkara Lok Sabha constituency, the Karunagapally assembly constituency is in the Alappuzha Lok Sabha constituency. [14][15] These are the KSRTC Depots & Sub Depots & Operating Centres (OC) in the district: The district is connected to other parts of Kerala and India through the National Highways – NH 66 (earlier NH 47), NH 183 (earlier NH 220), NH 744 (earlier NH 208). 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Altitude: Sea level. Visit our website for more details. The history of the district's administration can be traced back to 1835, when the Travancore state consisted of two revenue divisions with headquarters at Kollam and Kottayam. This gives it a ranking of 155th in India (out of a total of 640 districts). Name Status Population Census 1991-03-01 Population Census 2001-03-01 Population Census 2011-03-01; There are presently 5 Cities in Kollam. [6] The district has a population density of 1,056 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,740/sq mi) . Kollam occupies an area of 2,491 sq. Below is the Kerala district wise population as per Census 2011 and 2020 projection. District wise population of Kerala. Kollam. Child population (0-6) in urban region was 116,701 of which males and females were 59,194 and 57,507. Kollam's coastline is 37.3 kilometres (23.2 mi), 6.3 percent of Kerala's total coastline. Kollam District now divided into two Revenue Divisions. Male literacy stood at 95.83%, and female at 91.95%. The district has a good railway network, with 25 stations and about 132 kilometres (82 mi) of track. There are four municipalities in Kollam District. It is used for events, sports, as a helipad, for Kollam Pooram and by driving schools. The history of the district as an administrative unit can be traced back to 1835,when the Travancore state consisted of two revenue divisions with headquarters at Kollam and Kottayam. As per 2011 census, 54.95 % population of Kollam districts lives in rural areas of villages. It is situated 12km away from sub-district headquarter Punalur and 38km away from district headquarter Kollam. [25], The cashew industry is centralised in this district. [30][31][32], Kollam was the seat of the Desinganad kings. Kollam district boasts the record of having most numbers of railway stations in the state. According to the Indian Government population count of year 2011, this district has total 213103 children are in the age group of 0-6 years. Kerala's first coastal police station was established in Neendakara, Kollam.[13]. Kundara is known for the 1812 proclamation against the British by Velu Thampi Dalawa.[27]. Kollam (Part) Population, Caste, Working population Data of Kollam (Part) in Kollam district, Kerala. Geography. An artificial lake of about 26 square kilometres (10 sq mi) has developed following the construction of a dam across the Kallada River. Thenmala, located 66 kilometres (41 mi) east of Kollam, is the first ecotourism project in India and run by the Thenmala Ecotourism Promotion Society. Sasthamcotta Lake, about 19 kilometres (12 mi) from Kollam, is the largest freshwater lake in Kerala and a domestic tourist destination. It is situated 17km away from Kollam, which is both district & sub-district headquarter of Pallimon village. The City Police is headed by a City Police Commissioner, an IPS (Indian Police Service) officer with the rank of SP; its headquarters is at Kollam. It was also the capital of the Elayidath Swaroopam. In addition to that, there are some other major railway stations in the district namely Punalur (PUU), Karunagappalli (KPY), Paravur (PVU), Sasthamkotta (STKT), Kottarakara (KKZ) and Kundara (KUV). Kollam occupies an area of 2,491 sq. [8] This gives it a ranking of 155th in India (out of a total of 640 districts). State → Kerala. Kollam District Population, Caste, Religion Data (Kerala) - Census 2011 Kollam district of Kerala has total population of 2,635,375 as per the Census 2011. This is the first population based cancer registry in Kerala and the second rural registry in India. Each circle is divided into a number of police stations, headed by a Sub-Inspector of Police. The population growth rate for the last decade is … The State Water Transport Department operates boat services to West Kallada, Munroe Island and Alappuzha. [21][22] The waterways are popular attractions and scenic tourist destinations in the area. Kollam district has three Lok Sabha (lower house) constituencies. As per Census 2011, total population of this district is 2202771. Population of the district is 2629703 as per 2011 census, which is about 8.12% of the total population of the State. Geography. Accommodation is in resorts and on houseboats. Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 1.72 percent. Kollam is the gateway to the backwaters of Kerala and here lies the Ashtamudi Kayal which constitutes around 30% of this district. [20], The district is having a fairly good network of waterways. Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 1.72 percent. Population of Kollam District. km. This district has a long coastal area and there is also a major sea port. The district has a population density of 1,056 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,740/sq mi) . Kollam city traffic is controlled by the City Traffic Police, with a Traffic Police Station located near the Asramam Ground. Kollam is administratively divided into 6 taluks. The state highway - Main Central Road (MC Road) and Punalur-Pathanamthitta-Muvattupuzha Main Eastern Highway — connects Kollam with other districts. Varkala Beach (also known as Papanasham) is 26 kilometres (16 mi) south of Kollam. This gives it a ranking of 155th in India (out of a total of 640 districts). Wayanad is the district with least urban population in the State. The area had trading relationships with Phoenicia and Ancient Rome. Kollam is a Taluk located in Kollam district of Kerala. The population development of Kollam as well as related information and services (Wikipedia, Google, images). Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. The Kerala State Water Transport Department (KSWTD) has an operating centre near the KSRTC bus stand. Male literacy stood at 95.83%, and female at 91.95%. Kollam is one of district of Kerala in India. Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Kollam, India on Tripadvisor: See 2,122 traveler reviews and photos of Kollam tourist attractions. [6] Kollam has a sex ratio of 1113 females for every 1000 males.The total literacy rate of Kollam district was 94.09%.The male literacy rate was 96.09% and the female literacy rate was 92.31% in Kollam district. Kottarakara is famous as the place where the classical dance form of Kathakali was conceived. According to the 2011 census Kollam district has a population of 2,635,375, roughly equal to the nation of Kuwait or the US state of Nevada. Males constitute 49% of the population and females 51%. It is one of 5 Taluks of Kollam district. It was also the capital of the Elayidath Swaroopam. The icon links to further information about a selected place including its population structure (gender, urbanization, population group, literacy (a7+), activity status (a7+)). Polachira, in Chirakkara Gramapanchayat, is a sightseeing destination. There are 5 Taluks, 69 villages and 29 towns in Kollam district. When the state of Kerala was formed in 1957, half portion of Chenkotta taluk was merged with the state of Madras. View all Cities in Kollam District View all Villages in Kollam District. Kerala District FactPage TM: Kollam District This two-page report in A-3 paper size format comprises the basic information of a particular district. The total Kollam district population living in rural areas is 1,448,217 of which males and females are 680,687 and 767,530 respectively. 473 POPULATION BASED CANCER REGISTRY, KOLLAM DISTRICT, KERALA Dr Paul Sebastian, Principal Investigator & Director, RCC, Trivandrum Dr B. Rajan, Principal Investigator (till October 2008) Dr P. Jayalekshmi, Co-Principal Investigator & In-Charge The PBCR at Kollam, Kerala started in 2006 under the network of National Cancer Registry Programme Kollam is placed 49th in the list of most populous urban agglomerations in India. The District Cancer Registry Kollam, Kerala, India initiated in 01-01-2006 is an extension of a special purpose rural cancer registry started on 01-01-1990 to study the effect of radiation on cancer in Karunagappally taluk of Kollam district. The Asramam Maidan (Ashramam ground), adjacent to the tourist village, is the largest open space within a Kerala municipal corporation. the land question of the tribals and dalits in kerala: a study on the “farming protest” by the „ adivasi dalit munnetta samithi‟ in arippa, kollam district 8 3 2 Remnants of Stone Age culture from a large cave situated at the northwestern part of the Shenduruny River were excavated from this sanctuary. The statistical data, graphs and charts shown offer the information on almost all socio-economic parameters of a district in a very handy format. It covers over 60 acres (24 ha) in an oval. Kollam and Punalur with three taluks each under them. The total population of the district according to 2001 census is 2,584,118 and population density is 1037. District name: Kollam Total population: 2635375 House Holds: 669375 Kollam is one of district of Kerala in India. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in January. The district of Kollam ranks sixth with respect to the population in the state. Hinduism (64.42%) is practised by majority of the people in Kollam district of which Nair (32%) and Ezhava (30.5%) are the largest sub groups. Geography Edit. 473 POPULATION BASED CANCER REGISTRY, KOLLAM DISTRICT, KERALA Dr Paul Sebastian, Principal Investigator & Director, RCC, Trivandrum Dr B. Rajan, Principal Investigator (till October 2008) Dr P. Jayalekshmi, Co-Principal Investigator & In-Charge The PBCR at Kollam, Kerala started in 2006 under the network of National Cancer Registry Programme CENSUS OF INDIA-2011 KERALA, Kollam District Population ( provisional ) Demographic Label Value Population 26,29,703 Child Population of age 0-6 2,38,062 Literate 22,42,757 Literacy rate 94.09 % Sex ratio 1113 female : 1000 male The population development of Kollam as well as related information and services (weather, Wikipedia, Google, images). District → Kollam. Of the total population of Kerala, working population (main and marginal workers) constitute 32.3% and non-workers form 67.7%. The statistical data, graphs and charts shown offer the information on almost all socio-economic parameters of a district in a very handy format. As per 2009 stats, Thalavoor village is also a gram panchayat. Kollam district is located on the southwest coast of India, bordering Arabian Sea in the west, the state of Tamil Nadu in the east, Kerala district of Alappuzha in the north, Pathanamthitta in the northeast and Thiruvananthapuram in the south. In Kollam, 11% of the population … [28] These remains belong to the Mesolithic period. At the time of the integrating of Travancore and Cochin in 1949,Kollam was one of the three revenue divisions in the state. Kollam is a Taluk located in Kollam district of Kerala. Both heads report to the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Thiruvananthapuram Range (Kerala). Even though it is a competition between two land sides of the river, many boat clubs from various places, even beyond the district participate in the event. [33][34], This article is about the district in Kerala. [16], Kollam Junction railway station (QLN) is the one and only rail head in the district. Housing a population of over 2.6 million, Kollam is one of the more densely peopled districts of India. [13] The forensic section has a large collection of photographs. [6], The Kollam Urban Agglomeration (UA) is the 6th most populous UA in the state. There are an estimated 26 villages whose livelihood depends entirely on fishing. [1] The metropolitan area of Kollam includes Adichanalloor, Adinad, Ayanivelikulangara, Chavara, Elampalloor, Eravipuram (part), Karunagappally, Kollam, valakom,Kundara, Kulasekharapuram, Mayyanad, Meenad, Nedumpana, Neendakara, Oachira, Panayam, Panmana, Paravur, Perinad, Poothakkulam, Thazhuthala, Thodiyoor, Thrikkadavoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkovilvattom, and Vadakkumthala.[9]. This gives it a ranking of 155th in India (out of a total of 640 districts). Palaruvi Falls, Thenmala (forests and reservoir), the Agasthyamalai Biosphere Reserve, Ashtamudi (backwater) and beaches at Kollam, Thirumullavaram and Thangassery are scenic areas. There were total 254,260 children under age of 0-6 against 292,599 of 2001 census. The district has a population density of 1,056 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,740 /sq mi) . Police administration in Kollam is divided into two districts: urban and rural. Kollam Junction Railway Station, Enquiry Ph: 131 By air: Thiruvananthapuram (71 km) By water: Kollam Boat Jetty, is adjacent to the Central Bus Station (3 km from the railway station) Geographical Information. The male population and female population are 12, 46,968 and 13, 88,407 respectively; the sex ratio is 1113. It covers 2,492 square kilometres (962 sq mi), is the seventh-largest district in Kerala and is densely populated. The population of children between age 0-6 is 254260 which is 9.65% of total population. According to the Government of Kerala estimates 81,438 hectares (314.43 sq mi) of land is under forest cover, mainly in the eastern portion of the district (including the Thenmala, Punalur, and a portion of the Achencoil forest divisions). km. The head quarters of the district administration is centred at Kollam City, the district’s capital. [8] This gives it a ranking of 155th in India (out of a total of 640 districts). A total of 128 short & long-distance services (including weekly) and 10 services of MEMU are running through Kollam Junction railway station. The history of the district as an administrative unit can be traced back to 1835,when the Travancore state consisted of two revenue divisions with headquarters at Kollam and Kottayam. The museum is located at the Kollam East Police Station. There was net change of -1.67 percent in this compared to previous census of India. [17], Trains from here connect the city of Kollam to major cities of India, including New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Indore, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Mumbai, Madurai, Vizag, Jammu, Howrah, Guwahati, Madgaon, Itarsi, Hubli, Ahmedabad, Kanyakumari, Gwalior, Nagpur, Pune, Kota, Bhubaneswar, Gorakhpur, Kochi, Kozhikode, Amritsar, Vijayawada, Coimbatore, Chandigarh and Mangalore. Average literacy rate in Kollam district as per census 2011 is 94.06 % of which males and females are 96.03 % and 92.29 % literates respectively. Kollam is an Indian District, in the state of Kerala state with a total population of 2635375. Kollam metropolitan area is the 14th largest urban agglomeration in South India and 7th largest in Kerala. A most modern MEMU maintenance shed is working in the railway station premises of Kollam city. km. According to the 2000 animal census, Kollam has an estimated population of 182,434 cows, 6162 buffalo, 131,714 goats and 1,034 pigs. Out of total 2202771, male population count is 1040049, where as female population count is 1162722 in Kollam. In Kollam, 11% of the population … [23][24] Tourists may hire motorised country boats and houseboats with amenities (Kettavulam in Malayalam) to cruise along the waterways. In 2011 census, child sex ratio is 973 girls per 1000 boys compared to figure of 960 girls per 1000 boys of 2001 census data. The first community tourism program in the state is being established on the Munroethuruth islands. The total population of Kollam (Part) is 16,976 out of which 8,357 are males and 8,619 are females thus the Average Sex Ratio of Kollam (Part) is 1,031. The initial provisional data released by census India 2011, shows that density of Kollam district for 2011 is 1,061 people per sq. In 2011, Children under 0-6 formed 9.65 percent of Kollam District compared to 11.32 percent of 2001. Despite of this Kollam has a significant Christian population too (16%) among this Latin Catholics (26.1%) and Syro-Malabar (19.7%) are the largest subgroups. The fact is, last census for Kollam district was done only in 2011 and next such census would only be in 2021. According to the 2011 census Kollam district has a population of 2,629,703, roughly equal to the nation of Kuwait or the US state of Nevada. According to 2001 census the sex ratio of Kollam is 1070. [6] Average literacy rate of Kollam in 2011 were 94.09 compared to 91.18 of 2001. KSRTC Interstate bus service operates from the Kollam and Kottarakkara KSRTC bus stations. The city of Kollam ranks fourth in terms of population in Kerala. The Anathavalam is near here where one can see domestic elephants, touch and ride them. The average temperature ranges from 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. Alappad village, located on the seashore, was impacted by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. [6] The district has a population density of 1,056 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,740/sq mi). About Pallimon. At the time of the integrating of Travancore and Cochin in 1949,Kollam was one of the three revenue divisions in the state. Housing a population of over 2.6 million, Kollam is one of the more densely peopled districts of India. Kollam district which was formerly known as Quilon is popularly called as the ‘God’s own Capital’. Kollam, called Quilon by the Europeans, was an ancient port on the west coast.It flourished as a trading centre even in prechristian centuries as can be surmised from the numismatic evidences left by ancient Phoenicians and Romans.The Portuguese were the first Europeans to establish a trading center at Kollam in 1502. [6] Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 1.72 percent. Get detailed info of Kollam District with respective state, town, stations etc on RailYatri. In 2001, Kollam District had 2,090,444 in its district. The district has a population density of 1,056 inhabitants per … Kollam is the only district in Southern Kerala where Muslims outnumber Christians. The west coast canal system, which starts from Thiruvananthapuram in the south and ends at Kanhangad in the north, passes through Paravur, the city of Kollam and Karunagappally taluk. Cheriazheekkal, Alappad, Pandarathuruthu, Puthenthura, Neendakara, Thangasseri, Eravipuram and Paravoor are among the prominent fishing villages. The statistical data, graphs and charts shown offer the information on almost all socio-economic parameters of a district in a very handy format. The Pathanapuram and Anchal Ranges constitute the Punalur division. The Indian Census is the most credible source of information on Demography (Population characterstics), Economic Activity, Literacy and Education, Housing & Household Amenities, Urbanisation, Fertility and Mortality, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Language, Religion, Migration, Disability and many other socio-cultural and demographic data since 1872. There are 669375 houses in the District. Kollam district (formerly Quilon) is one of 14 districts of the state of Kerala, India. Total area of Kollam is 2,483 km² including 2,066.75 km² rural area and 416.25 km² urban area. Ashramam Tourist Village is a well-known tourist destination in Kollam city; the tourist village is located on the banks of Ashtamudi Lake. [26][failed verification] Coir production, handloom industry, clay and wood-based industries contribute to the industrial health of the region.[27]. [2], According to the 2011 census Kollam district has a population of 2,635,375,[6] roughly equal to the nation of Kuwait[7] or the US state of Nevada. Kerala is divided into 14 districts with the capital being Trivandrum also called Thiruvananthapuram, density is 4500 people per sq km. Total area of Kollam is 2,483 km² including 2,066.75 km² rural area and 416.25 km² urban area. Contents: Cities and Towns The population of all cities and towns in the State of Kerala by census years. They are Kollam, Karunagappally, Kunnathur, Kottarakkara, Punalur and Pathanapuram, which are subdivided into 104 villages. As per the Census India 2011, Kollam district has 669375 households, population of 2635375 of which 1246968 are males and 1388407 are females. Rural population in Kerala is 1,59,32,171. As of 2010 Kollam had an average literacy rate of 93.77%, higher than the national average of 74.04%. Cross - section of Kerala was formed in 1957, half portion Chenkotta... 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