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Parts XIII A& B 

VILLAGE & TOWN 

DIRECTORY 

VILLAGE & TOWN WISE 
PRIMARY CENSUS 

ABSTRACT 



DISTRICT 

CENSUS 

HANDBOOK 



. VIJAYANUNNI 

Of the Indian Administrative Service 
Director of Census Operations 
Kerala 



^HMEBSITY CF CALiFOSNIA. SAN DIEQ9 
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CENSUS OF INDIA, 1981 



KERALA 



DISTRICT CENSUS HANDBOOK 

IDUKKI 



M. VIJAYANUNNI 

OF THE INDIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE 

DIRECTOR OF CENSUS OPERATIONS 

KERALA 



106/509—1 



1981 CENSUS PUBLICATION PROGRAMME 
KERALA STATE 

PaperjPart number Title and subject matter 

Paper 1 of 1981 Provisional Population Totals 

Paper 2 of 1981 Rural-uiban Composition (Provisional Totals) 

Workers and Non-workers (Provisional Totals) 
Disabled persons 

Paper 3 of 1981 Final Population Totals 

Paper 4 of 1981 Primar>' Census Abstract for Scheduled Castes and 

Scheduled Tribes 

Paper 5 of 1981 Final Totals of workers and non-workers 

Part I Administration Report — ^ -vt . r ^ ,,• 

Enumeration and I Not for sale (or 

Tabulation f "^""^ "^^ °"^y) 



Part II-A General Population Tables (A-Scries — ^Tablc A-1 

to A-5) 

Part II-B Primary Census Abstract 

Part III-A & B (t) General Economic Tables (B-Serics— Tables B-I 

toB-8& B-11 toB-17) 

Part III-A & B {it) ' General Economic Tables (B-Series— Tables B-18 

to B-20) 

Part III A & B (ui) " General Economic Tables (B-Series— Tables B-2I 

& B-22) 

Part IV-A Social and Cultural Tables (C-Serics— Tables C-1 

to C-6) 

PartV-A&B Migration Tables (D Scries— Tabic D-I to D-8 

D-13 & D-15) 

Pirt VI-A & B Feitility Tables (F-Series— Tables F-1 to F-27) 

Part VII Houses and Disabled Population — Report and 

Tables (H-Series— Tables H-1 and H-2) 

Part VIII-A & B Household Tables (JIH-Series— Tables HH-1 to 

HH-9, HH-11, HH-12 & HH-1 7) 

Part IX Special Tables on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled 

Tribes (SC-Series— Tables SC-1 to SC-6; ST- 
Series— Tables ST-1 to ST-9) 

Part X-A State Town Directory 

Part X-B - Survey Reports on selected towns 

Part X-C . Survey Reports on selected villages 

Part XI Ethiiogiaphic Notes and special stiidits on 

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Trilxs 

Part XII State Census Atlas 

Part XIII-A & B District Census Handbooks — One volume for each 

Distiict (Village and Town Directories and 
Primary Census Abstract) 

ii 



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V.I 



FOREWORD TO THE D.C.H. SERIES 

The District Census Handbook (D.C.H.), compiled by the Census Organisation on behalf 
of the State Governments, is one of the most valuable products of the censtis. The D.G.H. is 
constantly referred to by planners, administrators, academicians and researchers. It is inter 
alia used for delimitation of constituencies, formulation of local level and regional plans and as 
an aid to District administration. The District Census Handbook is the only publication which 
provides Primary Census Abstract (P.G.A.) data upto village level for the rural areas and ward- 
wise for each city or town. It also provides data on infrastructure and amenities in villages 
and towns etc. 

The District Census Handbook series, was initiated during the 1951 census. It contained 
important census tables and P. C. A. for each village and town of the district . Dtn-ing 1961 
census the scope of the D.C.H. was enlarged and it contained a descriptive account of the 
district, administrative statistics, census tables and a village and town directory, including 
P.C.A. The 1971 D.C.H. series was planned in three parts. Part-A related to village and town 
directory, Part-B to village and town P.C.A. and Part-C comprised analytical report, admini 
strative statistics, district census tables and certain analytical tables based on P.C.A. and amenity 
data in respect of villages. However, 'n some states Part-C ^vas confined to district census 
tables and in a few cases altogether given up due to delay in compilation and printing. 

Wltile designing the format of 1981 D.C.H. series, some new features along with the 
restructuring of the formats of village and town directory have been attempted. At the same 
t'me, comparability with the 1971 data has also been kept in view. All the amenities except 
power supply in the village have been brought together in the vilkge directory with the instruc 
tion-that in case an amenity is not available in ths referrent village the distance in broad range 
from the nearest place where the amenity is available may be given. The restructuring of the 
format of the village directory and incorporating more exhaustive data on infrastructure aspect 
particularly in relation to amenities and land-use pattern is expected to further meet the need 
of micro level planning for rural areas. It is expected to help not only In local area planning 
but regulating the provision of goods and services as well so as to minimise the regional 
imbalances in the process of development. A few nc\v items of information have also been 
introduced to meet some of the requirements of the Revised Minimum Needs Piogramme. 
Such new items of information as adult literacy centres, primary health subcentres and 
community health workers in the village have been introduced in the village directory with 
this objective in mind. The new item on approach to the village is to have an idea about the 
village in the district which are inaccessible. A new column, "total population and number of 
households" has been introduced to examine the correlation of the amenities with the popula- 
tion and number of households they sei-ve. Addition of two more appendices listing the 
villages where no amenities are available and according to the proportion of Scheduled Caste 
and Scheduled Tribe population to population has also been made with this view in mind. 

The formats of the town directory have also been modified to meet the requirements of 
the Minimum Needs Programme by providing information on a few new items. The columns 
on Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes population in Statement IV relating to civic and other 
amenities and adult literacy classes/centres under educational facilities in Statement V are also 
added inter alia with this view. A significant addition is class of to\vn in all the six statements 
of the town directory. The infrastructure of amenities in urban areas of the country can be 
best analysed by taking tlie class of towns into consideration. The addition of the columns 
•on civic administration status and population in a few statements also serves this purpose. 

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The format of the primary census abstract for the villages and towns has Ix on 
formulated in the light of changes in the economic and other questions canvassed through the 
individual slip of 1981 census. • 

In order to avoid delay in publication of 1981 D.C.H. series, it has been so designed that 
Part-A of the volume contains village and town directory and Part B, the P.C.A. villages and 
tovrns including the Scheduled Carstcs and Scheduled Tribes P.C.A. upto Tehsil/Town levels. 
At the beginning of the D.C.H. a detailed analytical note supported by a number of insert tables 
based of P.C.A. and non-census data in relation to the infrastructures has been introduced to 
enhance its value. The district and tehsil/police station/CD block etc. level maps dipicting the 
boundaries and other important features have been inserted at appropriate places to further 
enhance the value of the publication. 

This publication is a joint venture of the State Government and the Census Organisation. 
Th<" data have been collected and compiled in the state under the direction of 
Sri M. Vijayanuniii, Director of Census Operations, Kerala on behalf of the State Government 
which has home the cost of printing. The task of planning, designing and co-ordination of 
this publication was carried oiii by Sri N. G. Nag, Deputy Registrar General (Social Studies) 
of my office. Dr. B. K. Roy, Deputy Registrar General (Map) provided the technical guidance 
ui the preparation of the maps. Data received from Census Directorates have been scruin-scd 
in th< Social Studies Division at the headquarters und.T the guidance of Sri M. M. Dua, 
Senior Research Officer. I am thankful to all who ha\* contributed in this project. 



P. PADMA^'ABHA, 

Ne\v Delhi. Registrar Gewral and Census Commissioner, 

India. 



IV 



PREFACE TO THE D.C.H. SERIES 

The District Census Handbooks (D.C.H.) constitute an important sci oi cerisus publi- 
cations, brought out by the census organisation which are widely made use of by the State 
Government and its dislrict-Ievel and lower oflicials for planning, development and admini- 
stration purposes as well as by a large cross-section of data users like academicians, scholars, 
researchers and other non-governmental agencies. 

This volume presents the Village and Town Directories under Part A and the Primary 
Census Abstract under Part B. The Village Directory gives for each village the area, 
population, educational, medical, civic and other amenities and land use. The Town 
Directory gives for each to\\n, the area, population characteristics, physical aspects, com- 
munications, municipal finance, educational, mf^dical, civic and other amenities and trade, 
commerce, industry and banking facilities. The Primary Census Abstract presents certain 
other basic data like number of residential houses and households, literates, Scheduled Caste 
and Tribe population, workers by main categories, marginal workers and non-workers. 

The data presented under Village and Town Directories were furnished by the Village 
OflScers through the Tahsildars in respect of rural villages and by the Commissioners or 
Exeutive Officers concerned in respect of urban areas respectively. The data presented mider 
Primary Census Abstract were collected during the census operations by the census field 
organisation consisting of Enimierators, Supervisors, Charge Officers and District Census 
Officeis. Thanks are due to all these field officials who have provided the basic data required 
for the compilation of this volume. 

The preparation of the statements and tables for this volume was undertaken in the 
Census Directorate of Kerala, Trivandrum by M. K. Vilasini, Statistical Assistant . and 
S. Radhamoni, M. Par\'athi Ammal, E. Rahima Beevi and B. Prasannakumari, Computers. 
A. Sadasivan Achari, V. Thulaseedharan and Michael Gomez, Draftsmen and S. Krishna 
Pillai, Artist drew the maps and art work. Ren.a, U.D. Clerk typed the manuscript and 
V. Rajasekharan Nair, Printing Inspector attended to the printing aspects. P. M. Rugmini 
Amma, Investigator, wrote the preliminary draft and S. Jayashanker, Assistant Director, 
prepared the final di"aft and attended to the production of the volume at all stages. I record 
my appreciation for the painstaking and dedicated services rendered by all my colleagues in 
giving shape to this volume. 

While the collection and tabulation of data and the designing, compilation and pro- 
duction of these District Census Handbook volumes were undertaken by the Census Depart- 
ment at its own expense, in keeping with the past practice, the State Government agreed to 
bear the cost of printing which is only appropriate since the State Government Department 
and offices are the major users of these handbooks and the bulk^of the copies are made avai- 
lable to them free of cost. It is hoped that all data-users will find the format and; contents, 
of the 1981 D.C.H, series convenient and useful. 



Trivandriun, • M. Vijayancnni, 

July 1983. Director of Census Operations, 

Kerala 



V 

106/509—2 



REFERENCE DATES ADOPTED FOR THIS VOLUME 

The Village Directory and Town Directory data were gathered as on 1st October 1979 
and hence relate to the position as on that date. The Primary Census Abstract (P.C.A.) data 
and general statistics were collected during the census operations as on Ist March 1981 nhich 
was the reference date for the 1981 census and hence this volume presents census and stati- 
stical data on the district, taluks, villages, towns, panchayats and development blocks as per 
their jurisdiction on 1st March 1981 without reference to the subsequent changes, if any, in 
the jurisdiction of these units. However, if changes ia jurisdiction had occurred in the cast of 
any luiit during the period after 1st Maich 1981, an indication to that effect has been given 
for information, against the administrative units concerned ^vhich have undergone changes. 



VI 



CONTENTS 

Paoe 

Map of Idukki district, 1981 

Important statistics of the district, 1981 ix 

Map of Panchayats and Development Blocks, 1981 

List of Pauchayats in Idukki district, 1931 xi 

Ijst of Development Blocks in Idukki district, 1981 xii 

List of villages and towns — Devicolam taluk, 1981 xviii 

Map of Devicolam taluk, 1981 

List of villages and towns — Udumbanchola taluk, 1981 xx 

Map of Udumbanchola taluk, 1981 

List of villages and towns — Thodupuzha taluk, 1981 xxii 

Map of Thodupuzha taluk, 1981 

List of villages and towns — Peermade taluk, 1981 xxiv 

Map of Peermade taluk, 1981 



ANALYTICAL NOTE 

GENERAL 
Evolution and scope of the District Census Handbook (3) — Village Directory (3)— 



Town Directory (3) — Census concepts (4) 



INTRODUCTION TO THE DISTRICT 

Brief history of the District (8) — Jurisdictional changes Since 1956(9) — Administrative 
Units (9) — Topography (9) —Mountains (9)— Rivers (9) — Backwaters and Canals (10) 
— Climate(lO) — Forests (10) — Soils (10) — Geology and Economic minerals (10) — ^Agriculture 

and land use (10) — Irrigation (11) — ^Tenancy (11) Animal Husbandry (11) — Fisheries (11) 

— Electricity and Power (11) — Industry (12) — Transport (12) — Places of importance (12). 



ANALYSIS OF DATA 

District and tal»ik-wise census data (14) — Village-wise Census data (17) — Analysis of 
Village Directory (18) — Analysis of Town Directory (21) — 



PART A 
VILLAGE DIRECTORY AND TOWN DIRECTORY 

SECTION I: VILLAGE DIRECTORY 

Page 

Abbreviations used in the Village Directory 29 

1. VillageDirectory of Devicolam taluk, 1979 30 

2. Village Directory of Udumbanchola taluk, 1979 30 

3. VillageDirectory of Thodupuzha taluk 1979 34 

4. Village Directory of Peermade taluk, 1979 34 

vii 



Appendix I: Taluk-wise abstract of educational, medical and other 
amenities 

Appeiidix II: Land utilisation data in respect of non-municipal 
towns 

Appendix III: Taluk-wise list of villages where no amenities are 
available 

Appendix FV: List of villages according to the proportion of 
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribt s to total 
population by ranges 



Page 
38 

40 

40 

40 



SECTION II— TOWN DIRECTORY 

Abbreviation used in the Town Directory 
Statement I: Status and growth history, 1979 

Physical aspects and location of towns, 1979 

Municipal finance, 1979 

Civic and other amenities, 1979 

Medical, educational and cultui'al facilitiesj 1979 

Trade, commerce, industry and banking, 1979 

Towns showing their outgrowths with popul- 
ation, 1981 



Statement 


II: 


Statement 


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Statement 


IV: 


Statement 


V: 


Statement 


VI: 


Appendix: 





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48 
48 

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PART B 
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

Fly-leaf- 
Table 1: District Primary Census Abstract (for taluks and towns) 
Table 2: Village and Desom Primary Census Abstract 
Table 3: Town and Ward Primary Census Abstract 
Table 4: Development Block and Panchayat Primary Census Abstract 

Table 5: District Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Castes 
■ • (for taluks and tovms) 

Table 6: District Primary Census Abstract for Scheduled Tribes 
(for taluks and towns) 

Alphabetical index of villages and desom/kara m Idukki District 



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IMPORTANT STATISTICS OF THE DISTRICT, 1981 



1, Population 1981 



Total 



Rural 



Urban 



2. Decadal population growth 

rate (1971-81) 

3. Area (Sq. km.), 1981 

4. Density of population, 1981 

5. Sex ratio, 1981 Tper Sq. km.) 

(Females per 1 ,000 males) 

6. Literacy rate, 1981 



7. Percentage of urban popu- 

lation to total Population, 
1981 

8. Work participation rate, 1981 

(percentage to total popu- 
lation) 

(?) Main workers 



(») Marginal workers 



(itt) Noij-workers 



9. Break up of main workers, 
1981 



(i) Cultivators 



(ii) Agricultural labourers 



(m) Household industry 



(»'») Other workers 



10. Scheduled Caste population, 

1981 (percentage to total 
population) 

11. Scheduled Tribe population, 

1981 (percentage to total 
population) 

12. Number of occupied resi- 

dential houses, 1981 

13. Number of households, 1981 





Kerala State 


Idukki District 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


25,453,680 
12,527,767 
12,925,913 


971.636 
494,999 
476,637 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


• 20,682,405 

10,167,417 

. 10,514,988 . 


927.007 
472,417 
454,590 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


4,771,275 
2,360,350 
2,410,925 


44,629 

22,582 

"22,047 




+19-24 


+26.91 




38,863 


5,061 




655 


192 




1,032 


963- 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


70-42 
75-26 
65-73 


67-44 
72-lS 
62-55 


• • 


18-74 


4-59' 



Persons 

Males 
Females 


26-68 
41-04 
12-77 


34-62 

' 48-58 

20-12 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


3-85 
3-85 
3-85 


3-15 
2-93 
3-37 


Persons 

Males 
Females 


69-47 
55-11 
83-39 


62-2S 
48-49 
76-51 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


13-07 

15-67 

4-95 


22-4e 

28-68 

6-88 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


28-23 
23-32 
43-55 


25-74 
24-33 
29-27 


Persons 
Males 
Females . 


3-69 
2-42 
7-64 


0-85 
0-91 
0-69 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


55-01 
58-59 
43-86 


50-95 
46-08 
63-16 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


1002 

1006 

9-97 


13-71 
13-51 
13-91 


Persons 

Males 

Females 


1-03 
1-05 
1-01 


3-98 
3-99 
3-98 




4,297,322 


182,074 



4,423,277 



186,675 



106/509—3 



IX 



IMPORTANT STATISTICS OF THE DISTRICTT, 1981— {concld.) 



14. Number of Development 

Blocks (as on 1-3-1981) 

15. Niimbcr of Panchayats 

(as on 1-3-1981) 

16. Total number of towns, 1981 

(»■) Statutory towns, 1981 
(»'») Census towns, 1981 

17. Total niunbcr of urban agglo- 

merations, 1981 

18. Total number of urban out- 

growths 1981 

19. Total number of revenue 

villages (as on 1-3-1981) 

(i) Number of revenue 
villages (wholly urban) 

{it) Number of revenue 
villages (wholly rural) 

(tti) Number of revenue 
villages (partly urban 
and partly rural) 

20. Total number of desoms/karas 

(as on 1-3-1981) 

[i) Number of desoms/karas 
(wholly urban) 

(it) Number of desoms/karas 
(wholly rural) 

(Hi) Niunber of desoms/karas 
(partly urban, partly 
rural) 



Ktrala Statt 
151 

1,000 



Idukki District 
8 

51 



106 


2 


48 


2 


58 


• • 


9 


• • 


5 


••« 


1,331 


42 


U2 


• • 


1,133 


35 


86 


7 


6,416 


280 


634 


15 


5,654 


257 


128 


8 



LIST OF PANCHAYATS IN IDUKKI DISTRICT, 

(In alphabetical order) 



1981 





Panchayat 


Development Block in 
which located 


Area in 
Sq. km. 


Population 




0) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


1. 


Alakkode 


Elamdesom 


22-54 


8,519 


2. 


Arakkulam 


Idukki 


194-25 


21,609 


3. 


Ay>'appancoil 


Kattappana 


42-80 


10,408 


4. 


Bison Valley 


Adimali 


44-03 


9,457 


5. 


Chakkupallam 


Kattappana 


40-71 


16,616 


6. 


Chinnakanal 


Devicolara 


66-74 


9,884 


7. 


Elappara 


Arudai 


83-63 


25,263 


8. 


Evattayar 


Kattappana 


32-37 


18,765 


9. 


Idukki-Kanjikuzhi 


Idukki 


227-51 


20,673 


10. 


Kamakshy 


Idiikki 


32-38 


17,855 


11. 


Kanchiyar 


Kattappana 


64-65 


21,096 


12; 


Kanthalloor 


Devicolam 


1 16-29 


8,140 


13. 


Karikkode 


Thodupuzha 


18-43 


9,980 


14. 


Karimannoor 


Elamdesom 


33-33 


18,696 


15. 


Kaiimkunnam 


Thodupuzha 


22-67 


11,408 


16. 


Kaninapuram 


Nedumkandom 


53-21 


28,134 


17. 


Kattappana 


Kattappana 


52-77 


28,226 


18. 


Kodikkulam 


Elamdesom 


18-92 


12,369 


19. 


Kokkayar 


Arudai 


55-91 


11,745 


20. 


Konnathady 


Adimali 


93-08 


28,354 


21. 


Kudayathoor 


Elamdesom 


27-64 


11,397 


22. 


Kumaramarigalam 


Thodupuzha 


20-05 


11,399 


23. 


Kumily 


Arudai 


816-72 


34,918 


24. 


Kuttampuzha 


Adimali 


54307 


18,890 


25. 


Manakkad 


Thodupiizha 


19-85 


U,898 


26. 


Mannamkandam 


Adimali 


271-53 


24,814 


27. 


Marayoor 


Devicolam 


108-07 


6,970 


28. 


Mariapuram 


Idukki 


28-33 


9,872 


29. 


Munnar 


Devicolam 


556-87 


78,833 


30. 


Muttom 


Thodupuzha 


25-44 


9,741 


31. 


Ncdumkandom 


Nedumkandom 


71-95 


30,366 


32. 


Pallivasal 


Adimali 


• 62-40 


14,771 


33. 


Pampadumpara 


Nedumkandom 


36-19 


14,818 


34. 


Peermade 


Arudai 


114-75 


24,161 


35. 


Peruvanthanam 


Arudai 


57-36 


17,389 


36. 


Purappuzha 


Thodupuzha 


23-52 


11,112 


37. 


Rajakkad 


Nedumkandom 


31-03 


15,792 


38. 


Rajakumari 


Nedumkandom 


38-15 


10,695 


39. 


Santhanpara 


Devicolam 


78-71 


11,555 


40. 


Senapathy 


Nedumkandom 


31-22 


10,616 


41. 


L dumbanchola 


Nedumkandom 


80-14 


11,438 


42. 


Udumbannoor 


Elamdesom 


30-94 


19,241 


43. 


Upputhara 


Kattappana 


71-62 


21,248 


44. 


Vandanmettu 


Kattappana 


68-18 


23,347 


45. 


Vandiperiyar 


Arudai 


107-83 


39,865 


46. 


Vaniiappuram 


Elamdesom 


23-28 


19,214 


47. 


Vattavada 


Devicolam 


67-81 


3,554 


48. 


Vathikudy 


Idukki 


80-90 


24,004 


49. 


Vazhathope 


Idukki 


171-69 


7,498 


50. 


Vellathooval 


Adimali 


4S.12 


23,355 


51. 


Velliamattam 


Elamdesom 


29-65 


16,351 



XI 



LIST OF DEVELOPMENT BLOCKS IN IDUKKI 
AS ON 1st MARC 

(In alphabetical order) 



i 


Development Block j 




Panchayat 




(0 


I. Arndai 


1. 


Ayyapancoil 


2. 


Chakkupallam 


3. 


Elappara 


4. 


Erattayar 


5. 


Kattappana 


6. 


Kamakshy 


7. 


Kanchiyar 


8. 


Karunapuram 


9. 


Kokkayar 


10. 


Kumily 


n. 


Mariapuratn 


12. 


Pampadumpara 


13. 


Peerniade 


14. 


Peruvaiithanam 


15. 


Upputhara 


16. 


Vandaiunettu 


17. 


Vandiperiyar 


2. Devicolam 


1. 


Bifon valley 


2. 


Ghinnakanal 


3. 


Kanthalloor 


4, 


Konnathady 


5. 


Kuttampuzha 


6. 


Mannamkandam 


7. 


Marayoor 


8. 


Muonar 


9. 


Nedumkandom 


10. 


Pallivasal 


11. 


Rajakkad 


12. 


Rajakumari 


13. 


Santhixnpara 


14. 


Senapathy 


15. 


Udumbanchola 


16. 


Vathikudy 


17. 


Vattavada 


18. 


Vellathooval 


S. Elamdesom 


1. 


Alakkode 


2. 


Aiakkulam 


3. 


Idi ikki-Kanjikuzhi 


4. 


Karikkodc 


5. 


Karimannoor 


6. 


Kodikkulam 


7. 


Kudayathoor 


8. 


Muttom 



^ mUKK] 
1981 


( DISTRICT 


[cr) 
hrea in 


Populatioft 


Sq. km. 




(2) 


(3) 


1758-81 


363,726 


42-80 


10,408 


40-71 


16,616 


83-63 


25,263 


32-37 


18,765 


52-77 


28,226. 


32-38 


17,855 


64-65 


21,096- 


53-21 


28,134 


55-91 


11,745. 


816-72 


34,918 


28-33 


9,872 


36-19 


14,818 


114-75 


24,161 


57-36 


17,389 


71-62 


21,248 


68- 18 


23,347 


107-23 


39,86S 


2,390-11 


341,488 


44*03 


9,457 


66-74 


9,884 


116-29 


8,140' 


93-08 


28,354 


543-07 


18,890 


271-53 


24,814 


108-07 


6,970 


556-87 


78,833 


71-95 


30,366 


62*40 


14,771 


31-03 


15,792 


38-15 


10,695 


78-71 


11,555 


31-22 


10,616 


80-14 


1 1,438 


80-90 


24,004 


67-81 


3,554 


48-12 


23,355 


823-62 


175,288 


22-54 


8,519 


194-25 


21,609 


227-51 


20,673 


18-43 


9,980 


33-33 


18,695 


18-92 


12,36* 


27-64 


11,397 


25-44 


9,741 



xn 



LIST OF DEVELOPMENT BLOCKS IN IDUKKI DISTRICT 
AS ON 1st MARCH 1991— condd. 



(1)1 alphabetical order) 





Development Blockj 
Panchayal 




(1) 


9. 


Udumbannoor 


10. 


Vannappuram 


11. 


Vclliamattam 


12. 


Vazhathope 


Thodupuzha 


1. 


Karimkunnam 


2. 


Kumaiamangalam 


3. 


Manakkad 


4. 


Purappuzha 



Area in Population 
Sq. km. 

(2) (3) 

30-94 19,241 

23-28 19,214 

29-65 16,351 

171-69 7.498 

86-09 45,817 

22-67 11,408 

20:05 11,399 

19-85 11,898 

23-52 11,112 



Xlll 
106/509—4 



NEW BLOCKS FORMED AFTER 1st MARCH 1981 

(In alphabetical order) 



Development Blockj 


Area in 


Panchayat 


Sq. km. 


(1) 


(2) 


1. Adimali 


1,062-23 


\ . Bison valley 


44-03 


i. Konnathady 


93-08 


3. Kuttaiiipuzha 


543-07 


4. Mannamkandam 


271-53 


5. Pall i vasal 


62-40 


6. Vellathooval 


48- 12 


2. Arudai 


1,236-20 


1. Elappara 


83-63 


2. Kokkayar 


55-91 


3. Kumily 


816-72 


4. Peermade 


114-75 


5. Peruvanthanam 


57-36 


6- Vandiperiyar 


107-83 


3. Devicolam 


994-49 


1 . Chinnakaiial 


66-74 


2. Kanthalloor 


116-29 


3. Marayoor 


108-07 


4. Munnar 


556-87 


5. Santhanpara 


78-71 


6. Vattavada 


67-81 


-4. Elanxdesoin 


186-30 


1 . Alakkode 


22-54 


2. Karimannoor 


33-33 


3. Kodikkulam 


18-92 


4. Kudayathoor 


27-64 


5. Udumbannoor 


30-94 


6. Vannappuram 


•23-28 


7. Velliamattam 


29-65 


5. Idnkki 


735-06 


1 . Arakkulam 


194-25 


2. Kamakshy 


32-38 


3. Idukki-Kanjikvizhi 


227-51 


4. Mariapuram 


28-33 


5. Vathikudy 


80-90 


6. Vazhathope 


171-69 


6. Kattappana 


373-10 


1. Ayyappancoil 


42-80 


2. Chakkupallam 


40-71 


3. Erattayar 


32-37 


4. Kanchiyar 


64.65 


5. Kattappana 


52-77 


6. Upputhara 


71-62 


7. -Vandanmettu 


68-18 



Population 

(3) 
119,641 

9,457 
28,354 
18,890 
24,814 
14,771 
23,355 

153,341 

25,263 
11,745 
34,918 
24,161 
17,389 
39,865 

118,936 
9,884 
8,140 
6,970 
78,833 
11,555 
3,554 

105,787 
8,519 
18,696 
12,369 
11,397 
19,241 
19,214 
16,351 

101,511 
21,609 
17,855 
20,673 

9,872 
24,004 

7,498 

139,705 

10,408 

16,616 
18,765 
21,096 
28,226 
21,248 
23,347 



XIV 



NEW BLOCKS FORMED AFTER 1st MARCH 1981— concld. 







(In alphabetical order) 




Development Block] 
Panchayat 

■ (1) 


Area in 

sq. km. 

(2) 


7. Nedumkandom 


341-89 


1. 

2. 


Karunapiuam 
Nedumkandom 


53-21 
71-95 


3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

r. 


Pampadiimpara 

Rajakkad 

Rajakumari 

Senapathy 

Udumbanchola 


36-19 
3103 
38-15 
31-22 
8014 


8. Thodupuzha 


129-96 


1. 


Karikkode 


18-43 


2. 


Karimkunnam 


: 22-67 


. 3. 


Kumaramangalam 


20-05 


4. 


Manakkad 


19-85 


5. 


Muttom 


25-44 


6. 


Purappuzha 


23-52 



Population 

(3) 
121,859 
28,134 
30,366 
14,818 
15,792 
10,695 
10,616 
11,438 

65,538 
9,980 
11,408 
11,399 
11,898 
9,741- 
11,112 



XV 



DEVICOLAM TALUK 



106/509—5 



UST OF VILLAGES AND TOWNS— DEVICOLAM TALUK, 

(In alphabetical order) 



1981 



SI. Village 


Code 


Area in 


' Populatio 


Jfo. 




sq. km. 




(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


1. Kannan Devan Hills 


4 


556-87 


78,833 


2. Kanthalloor 


7 


. 48-41 


5,088 


3. Keezhanthoor 


6 


67-88 


3,052 


4. Kottakomboor 


8 


36-03 


1,312 


5. Mannamkandam 


1 


814-60 


43,704 


6. Marayoor • » 


5 


108-07 


6,970 


7. Pallivasal 


3 


62-40 


14,771 


8. Vattavada m 9 


31-78 


2,242 


9. Vellathooval 


2 


48-12 


23,355 


ToMW— Nil 









XVIU 



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Ctaichub chstwct) 



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TALIK 




MUVATTUPUZHA TAUUK 



THOOUPUZHA TALUK 



^ 


LEGEND 






) SI ATE BOUNDARY 


..— 


SERVICE fMCtumi 




OISTRICI BOUMDAJW 

TAtUK flOUNOAPV 

VILLAGE BOONOAIW WITH lOCaTKW CCOt 

VILLAGE NANC 

FOREST BOUfffiARY WITH NAME 

TALI* HEAOOUABTERS 


PALLWASAL 


POST OfFICE.POSI aM> TELEGRaPm OTtCt 

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POLICE STAT ON 

HOSPfTAL,PR!MARV WfcALTM CEHTW 

OlSPeNSARY 

MATEBMITy >JC CWlD WELtABt CfNTBt 


PO.PTO 

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p*. 

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STATE MI&MWAV 
IMPORTANT WETALLEO ROAD 
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«■ 


IMPORTANT VtLLAC^ MARKET 

RfSt HOUSE. TRAVELLERS' BL»t&*i.O*' 


RM.TB 




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UDUMBANCHOLA TALUK 



LIST OF VILLAGES AND 


TOWNS— UDUMBANCHOLA TALUK, 


1981 


(In 


alphabetical order) 






SI. Village 


Code 


Area in 


Population 


jVo. 




sq. km. 




(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


1. Ayyappancoil 


11 


76-20 


28,506 


2. Chakkupallam 


12 


r)5-26 


17,190 


3. Chathuraiigappara 


5 


29-92 


4,076, 


4. Chinnakanal 


3 


84-74 


13,102 


5. Kalkoonthal (P) 


7 


184-91 


85,626 


6. Konnathady 


1 


173-98 


52,358 


7. Pampadvimpara 


9 


102-33 


47,502 


8. Parathodc 


8 


56-62 


17,067 


9. Rajakkad 


2 


94-21 


32,009 


10. Santhanpara 


4 


79-71 


12,272 


1 1 . Udumbanchola 


6 


6208 


15,294 


12. Vandanmettu 


10 


•■ 


-- 


Town 


. 






IdukJci (TS) 


I 


32-00 


8,886 



XX 




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^Co*<r»*col of Ipdto Copr'•9^Ttt9S^ 



s 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

E 
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11 
II 



THODUPUZHA TALUK 



106/509—6 



LIST OF VILLAGES AND TOWNS— THODUPUZHA TALUK, 1981 





(In alphabetical order) 






SI. Village 


Code 


Area in 


Population 


JVo. 




Sq. km. 




(1) (2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


1. Alakkodc 


10 


26-61 


9,628 


2. Arakkulam 


14 


68-21 


16,088 


3. Idukki (P) 


15 


523-64 


33,266 


4. Kankkodc (P) 


5 


21-66 


11,777 


5. Karimannoor 


4 


36-03 


19,263 


6. Kaiimkunuam (P) 


8 


21-75 


10,991 


7. Kodikkiilam" 


3 


41-20 


31,528 


8. Kudayathoor 


13 


20-94 


9,108 


9. Kiimaramangalam (P) 


2 


20-64 


12,087 


10. Manakkud (P) 


1 


19-83 


1 1 ,860 


11. Multom 


9 


25-44 


9,741 


12. Purappuzha 


7 


23-54 


11,150 


13. Thodupazha (P) 


6 


0-92 


417 


14. Udumbannoor 


11 


30-94 


19,241 


15. Velliamauam 


12 


28-35 


15,648 


Town 








Idukki (TS) 


I 


32-00 


8,886 


Thodupazha (M) 


11 


35-43 


35,743 



aoni 



THODUPUZHA TALUK 

IDUKKI DISTRICT 



DEVICOLAM TALUK 




< 



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SWVICE FACILITIES 




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HOSPITAL. PRtMART HEALTH CCNTBE. DISPENSAITI 


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I _ I ] 


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PEERMADE TALUK 



4 



PEERMADE TALUK 



LIST OF VILLAGES AND TOWNS— PEERMADE TALUK, 1981 

(In alphabetical order) 

Code Area in Populalion 
sq. km. 

(3) (4) (5) 

2 69-54 28,205 
6 614-58 3,449 
1 111-23 28,268 

4 144-77 38,826 

5 254-43 46,707 

3 113-27 29,134 



SI. 
No. 

(1) 




Village 

(2) 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


Elappara 

Mlappara 

Pasuppara 

Peerraadc 

Periyar 

Peru vanthan am 






ro«/n— Nil 



XXIV 



ANALYTICAL NOTE 



Page. 
General 3 

Introduction to the District 8 

Analysis of data 14 



106/509—7 



ANALYTICAL NOTE 



GENERAL 



Evolution and scope of the District 
Census Handbook 

The District Census Handbook was introduced for 
the first time in the 1951 census. The layout of the 
volume comprised of a short account of the district and 
the people, important c;nsus tables, rural statistics and 
urban statistics separately covering details of area, 
houses, population, number of literates, distribution of 
livelihood classes, the number of institutions; and 
general information on amenities etc. in respect .of 
each village. The data for the aica forming part of 
the present Kerala State were included in the District 
Census Handbooks of South Kanara ar d Malabar of 
Madras State and in the District Census Handbooks, 
for the districts of Trichur, Kottayam, Quilon and 
Trivandrum of the erstwhile Travancore-Gochin State. 

2. A detailed procedure was adopted for the 
preparation of the District Census Handbooks in the 
1961 census. The District Census Handbook was 
divided into three parts viz. Part -A dealing with 
the general description of the district, progress made 
during the last decade, review of population, literacy, 
employment, unemployment household economic data 
and gazetteer; Part-B covering census tables; and Part-C 
consisting of Village and Town Directory showing 
the amenties. Primary Census Abstract (PCA) and the 
number of industrial establishments according to type'. 
At the time of the 1961 census, there were 9 districts 
in the state viz. Cannanore, Kozhikode, Palghat, 
Trichur, Ernakulam, Kottayam, AUeppcy, Quilon and 
Trivandrum and for each district a separate volume 
was published. 

3. In the 1971 census, the content of District 
Census Handbook was modified. It comprised of 
three parts-part A comprising of the Town and Village 
Directory, Part-B Village and Town Primary Census 
Abstract and Part-C Census tables. Of these. Parts 
A and B were combined and published as one volume 
and Part-C as another volume. The presentation of 
Panchayat and Community Development Block ^f^A 
was a special feature of the DCH of 1971. There were 
10 districts (Cannanore, Kq^hikode, Malappuram, 
Palghat, Trichur, Ernakulam, Kottayam, AUeppey^ 
Qiiilon and Trivandrum) at the time of the 1971 
census (i.e. 1st April 1971). On 26th January 1972, 
a new district, Idukki, was formed carving out 



portions of Ernakulam and Kottayam districts. To 
cater the needs of the data users, a special volume on 
Idukki was also published subsequently. 

4. In the 1981 census, the District Census 
Handbook for each district is brought out in one 
volume comprised of two Parts — Part — A Village and 
Town Directory and Part-B Primary Census 
Abstract. At the outset, an analytical note is given 
which depicts a general background on the district and 
the analytical results on the statements and tables 
included in the volume. It is hoped to serve as 
a useful reference book for administrators, planners and 
scholars. 

Village Directory 

5- The Village, Directory included in this volume 
gives the amenities available in each village in respect 
of educational, medical, drinking water, markets, 
power supply, post and telegraph, communications, 
approach to villages, places of archaeological and 
religious interest and distribution of land use area. 
A consolidated abstract of all these amenities for each 
taluk is presented as an Appendix in Section I. Land 
utilisation data in respect of census towns (villages), 
list of villages where no amenities are available and 
taluk-wise list of villages according to the proportion 
of SC/ST population by rangesare the other appendi- 
ces indued in Section I. 

6. The amenites available in the rural areas of the 
district are presented in the Village Directory. If an 
amenity is not available in the referent village, the 
distance, in broad ranges, from the nearest place 
where the amenity is available is given. The re- 
structuring of the formats for the 1981 District Census 
Handbook is intend* d to incorporate more data on 
infrastructural aspects in relation to amenities useful for 
rural planning. Some new items of information such 
as adult literacy centres, primary health sub-centres 
hav2 been added in the present volume as compared 
to 1971. 

Town Directory 

7. The Town Directory data are presented in six 
statements in which the towns are an^anged in 
alphabetical order within the district. These state- 
ments include status of towns (ic. corporation, 
municipal, cantonment, to^v'nship, non-municipal) 



106/509—8 



population for the period 1901 to 1981, physical 
aspects, location, municipal finance, civic and other 
amo:iities, educational, medical, recreational and 
cultural facilities and trade, commerce, industry and 
banking etc. 

8. Part — B consists of the Primary Census Abstract 
(PCA). PC A comprises of basic population data(i.e. 
population, number of SC and ST, literates, vvoikers 
and their categories and non-workers) upto the I'vd 
ofdcsom for rural areas and wards for census towns. 
Another salient feature of the 1981 census is tlie 
introduction of an additional PCA on Scheduled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes. la addition, the 
Community Development Block and Panchayat PCA 
are also presented in the DCH volumes of Kerala. 

Census Concepts 

Rural-urban areas 

9. The classification of rural and urban areas 
adopted in census is as follows. Urban areas comprise 
of statutory towns and non-municii*al towns (census 
towns). It may, however, be noted that panchayats 
include non-municipal towns also. The concepts of 
luban and rural adopted in the 1981 census arc given 
below: 

Urban 

(i) Statutory towns. — all places with local authority 
like corporations, municipalities, cantonments, 
notified town areas etc. irrespective of whether 
they satisfy the criterion laid down under 
item (ii) below: 

(i») Censrs towns. — all other places which satisfy 
the following criteria: 
(a) A minimum population of 5,000; 
^6) A density of population of at least 400 per 

sq. km. (1,000 per sq. mile) and 
(c) At least 75 per cent of the male working 
population engaged in non-agricultural 
pursuits. 

10. Accordingly, in the 1981 census in Kerala, all 
statutory to^wns were treated as towns irrespective of 
whether they satisfied the three-fold criteria or not. 
The criteria were then strictly applied to all revenue 
villages based on the 1971 census data and all villages 
whiih satisfied the criteria were treated as Census 
towns. Census towns (non-municipal towns) are 
places treated as towns only for the purpose of census- 
In the present census, industrial category III 
comprising of activities like fishing, livestock, hunting, 
plantations and orchards etc. , was treated as allied 
agricultural activity and was not treated as a non- 
agricultura' occupation for the purpose of the third 



criterion mentioned above. Thus, the third criterion 
was calculated with reftrcnce to the figuics for working 
c.nt gories IV to TX given in the Primary Census 
Abstract of the 1971 C-nsus. 

Rural 

) 1 . It is rath -r difficult to giv a precis • d- finition 
for rural area. The urban areas wire defined in each 
census and all the residuary portion is treated as rural. 
Sine-- varying definitions w -re followed for urban areas . 
in each census, the composition of rural areas also ■ 
varied from census to census. 

Urban Agglomeration 

12. Th concept of urban agglomerations adopted 
for the first time in the 1971 census was an improve- 
ment of the concept of town group adopt d in th 1961 
census. The same urban agglomeration concept hT.s-1 
been continued in the 1981 census. An urban agglo- 
meration is a continuous urban'spread consisting of a 
town anel its .adjoining urban outgrowths or t .vo or 
more physically contiguous towns tog.thvr with con- 
tinuous well recognized urban outgrowths, ir any, of 
such lowns. For example, around a core city or 
statutory town thrr^ might have come up sizable and 
well-established urban appendages like railway 
coloni' s,^U!\iversity campuses, ports, military camps 
etc., which .ire part of a continuous urban spread 
though outsid • the statutory limits of the core city or 
town. While such outgrowths will fall in th- adjoining 
revenue village, it will not be r.-alistic to treat such 
urban outgrowths as rural units. At th ■ same time, 
each such individual area by itself may not satisfy the 
minimum population limit to qualify to be treated as 
an independent uiban unit. Such areas desrve to be 
reckoned along with the core town and the continuous 
urban spread inlcuding the core town and such urban 
outgrowths are tr ated as an urban agglomeration. 
The constituents of an urban agglomeration should 
satisfy the conditions of urbanisation, contiguity and 
viability. These are the general principl s bas el on 
which urban agglomeratiojrs are formed. 

1 3. The following are- the possible diff neut situa- 
tions in which urban agglomerations would be 
constituted: 

(t) A city or town with a continuous growth 
which is outside the statutory town limits 
but coming within the boundaries of the 
adjoining village or villages. 

(n) Two or more adjoining towns with their 
outgrowths 

{Hi) A city and one or more adjoining towns with 
their outgrowths all of which form a 
continuous spread. 



14. The area constituting an urban agglomeration 
may keep on changing from census to census depending 
upon the changing boundaries of the statutorily notified 
main urban unit as well as the extent of other urban 
out-giowths. However, only those which are actually 
contiguous are treated as part of an agglomeration and 
not ar'- s which are not contiguous now but which are 
expecie;! to form a continuous urban spread some time 
in the faturc. Th intention in delineating the urban 
aggloni -.ation is to take into account the present urban 
spread only (The pote itiality of development of urban 
growih in the next decade or two is cowred separately 
under the concept of Standard Urban Area). 

15. Urban" agglomerations were formed for the first 
time i-. Kerala ia th- 1981 census. However in Idukki 
District there is no luban agglomeration. 

Sta\d.\rd urban ,a.rea 

16. .Vnother concept <leveloped in the 1971 census 
for tabulation of census data was that of the standard 
urban area. Th-. essential requirements of a Standard 
Urban Area are: 

(!) it should have a core town of a minimum 
population size of 50,000, 

[ii) the contiguous areas made up of other urban 
as well as rvual administrative u-iits should 
have close mutual socio-economic links with 
the core town, and 

{iii) the probabilities are that this entire area will 
get fully urbanized in a period of two to 
three decades. 

The intent'on was if data for the standard urban 
area were to be made available upto 1991, it is likely 
to yield much more reliable and meaningful picture to 
study urbanization ai-ound large urban nucleii. In the 
1971 census, 13 sia"cl';rd urban areas were formed in 
the State. All th^se SUAs continued in the 1981 
census. Details of SUA are available in Part II-A — 
Gen'r.l Population Tables. 

Census house 

17. A census jio use is a building or part of a building 
havir.g a separate main entrance from the road or 
common courtyard or staircase, etc.,- used or recognised 
as a separate unit. It may be occupied or vacant. 
It m-ay be used for a residential or non-r; sidential 
pui-posj or both. 

Household 

18. .\ household is a group of persons who com- 
monly live together and would take their meals from a 
common kitchen rml ss the exigencies of work prevented 
any of tlicm from doing so. There may be a household 
of persons related by blood or household of 



areas comprising the 
by sub-section (2) of 



unrelated persons or having a mix of both. Examples 
. of unrelated households are boarding houses, 
messes, hostels, residential hotels, rescue homes, 
jails, ashrams, etc. These are called 'Institutional 
households'. There may be one member households, 
2 member households or multi-me.-nber households. 
For census put poses, each one of these types is regarded 
as a 'household'. 

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes 

♦ 

19. The 1956 order was amended by the Scheduled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act, 
1976 (No. 108 of 1976) and it was this revised list 
which was adopted in the 1981 census. The revised 
list is given below : 

SCHEDULED CASTES 

1. Adi .\ndhi-a ('TOal faT^cn^^tu) 

2. Adi Dravida (!^e\ i3oru1(u>) 

3. Adi Kamataka (o^al aA^sa) 

4. Ajila (rarasTej) 

5. Arunthathiyar ('TO(Bjm"uOTi1aiio(i) 

6. Ayyanavar (mj-gioicij'b) 

7. Baira (ewisoirao) 

8. Bakuda (srucSi^nu) 

9. Bandi (oruDoJcul) 

10. Bathada (sru^s) 

1 1 . Bellara (srugjoo) 

12. Bharatar (s-ai^i:^) 

13. Bo>an (osnjDsartS) [Excluding the 

Malabar district as specified 

section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956 (37 of 

1956)] 

14. Chakkiliyan (^aalejloojrfl) 

15. Chamar, Muchi (iaJon'J, miajl) 

16. Chandala (aJ5tT)''aooej) 

17. Cheniman (si^o^iini) 

18. Domban (coJUDoonjciS) 

19. Gavara (<J^^-uo) 

20. Godagali (ncnD.iucnogl ) 

21. Godda (atoDoju) 

22. Gosangi (ocnotnjo.i/il) 
■ 23. Hasla (^av"ej) 

24. Holeya (orioogcB)) 
• 25.* Kadaiyan (asisisotoJ) 

26. Kakkalan (A<9a3&jn5) 

27. Kalladi (a^JosI) 

28. Kanakkan, Padanna (.ftsm^aciJ, .Tjs-m) 
^9. Karimpalan (•a.^ToruaejoJ) 

30. Kavara (<a.TJf>) 

31. Koosa (AitTOD) 

32. Kootan, Koodan (.a^soft, A^mxA) 

33. Kudumban (a.i,sio6tijciS) 

34. Kuravan, Sidhanar (^.^oajofl, av>1a''<jum:4) 

35. Maila (ffloimej) 

36. Malayan (nejso'ni) [In the areas comprising the Malabar 

district as specified by sub-sectioh (2) of section 5 cf 
the States Reorganisation Act, 1956 ^37 of 1956)] 

37. Mannan (lEg^on^) 

38. Mavilan (maojlejoft) 

39. Moger (csou^a) 

40. Mimdala (asisreoej) 

41. Nalkeyava (mogoA-mcu) 

42. Nalkadaya (mtdiaasw) 

43. Nayadi (onacaiDslj 

44. Padannan (nJsomoS) 

45. Pallan (oJggc*) 



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46. Palluvan (fU3§i(vi<ii) ;■ 

47. Pambada (nJ.stuDs) 

48. Panan (-uaitpnl) 

49. Panchama ; •■JSmJai) 

50. Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar (ruit^owc^, runwd, 

51. Paravan (nJraajni) 
5*?. Pathiyan (njnilcoaoJ) 

53. Perumannan (oi^Jraioiffflarti) 

54. Pulayan, Clieramar (nJieJooJoJ, cjutjokJ) 

55. Pulaya Vetlavafl {<\Ji,eJW aai§iaj(if5) 

56. Puthirai Vannan (nJinnlmexn ai|[f)3aft) 

57. Rancyar (rwimauA) 

58. Samagara ((ruutoora) 

59. Samkan (mjo.saicft) 

60. Seimnaii (svcrvaaiooft) 

61. Thandan (msneDnS) 

62. Thoti (0Ti3§1) 

63. Vallon (^njogaoofl) 

64. Valluvan (-usfitut*) 

65. Vannan I'^gflR^'*) 

66. Vclan (ooiejoJ) 

67. Wtan (oajsn}) 

68. Vottuvan (a-u§iai(«) 

SCHEDULED TRIBES 

.Miyan (frosl-oDaS) 

Arandan (ranosreriJ) 

Eravallan (^o-uoejoij) • 

Hill Pulaya i -xmoJ nj^ejOToiJ) 

Irular, Irulan (aoi^i*. anJi^f*) 

Kaaar (Msih) 

Kammara (<9>ia!Do) [In the areas comprising the Malabar 
district as specified by sub-section (2) of Section 5 of 
the Stales Reorganisation Act, 1956' (37 of 1956)] 

Kanikaran, Kanikkar (aiOsmlaoDfon?, aosmltKiOi^) 

Kattunayakan (a.D§imD3!)1aacrJ) 

Kochu Velan (siAOaJi ooiejorS) 

Konda Kapus (oijhOsrsArvjj^rru") ^ 

Kondareddis (6i«j3snesi(KU>"(\j»1) 

Koraga (.-i-aaracn) 



1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



9. 
10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Kota (6><a.Ds) 

Kudiya, Melakudi (<9.is1co), (ss6j.fl«is1) 

Kurichiyan (a-iolgjltmnj) 

Kurumans (Sy^nj^aai) 

Kurumbas (^f^omjaoru") 

Maha Malasar (iL'»f>oaiej(n)(4) 

Malai .\rayan (mej rararooanS) 

Malai Pandaram (mejojansora.) 

Malai Vedan (mejorusdJ) 

Malakkuravan (meJ-aoiooioJ) 

Malasar (aejtruii) 

Malayan (liUTJiriJ) [Excluding the areas comprising the 
Malabar district as specified by sub-section (2) of 
section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act. 1956 (37 of 
1956)] 

26. Malayarayar (meJ (mmwA) 

27. Mannan (umiDrA) 

28. Marat i 'in^sl) (In Hosdurg and Kasargod taluks of 

Cannan&ro district) 

29. Muthuvan, Mudugar, Muduvan (mifmituDnJ, iiiauicoi. 

30. Palleyan (ruoioigaunj) 

31. Palliyan (nJgglcBoa) 

32. Palliyar (-ugglanoA) 

33. Paniyan (-osmloainS) 

34. Ulladan (gsgasrfl) 

35. Uraly (g-wo^ai) 

20. Substantial changes have occurred in the 1981 
list as compared to the 1971 list by way of addition of 
new castes/tribes which satisfy the prescribed criteria, 



deletion of certain castes/tribes which do not satisfy the 
criteria, transfer from the caste list to the tribe list and 
vice versa, removal of area restrictiom, etc. The follow- 
ing are the changes bet\vccn the lists adopted in the 
1971 census and 1981 census. 

(i) 7 Scheduled Castes (Boyan, Chakkiliyaa, 
Kuravan or Sidhanar, Nayadi, i'allan, 
Paraiyan or Parayan or Sambaviir and 
Valluvan) and 6 Schciluled Tribes (Irular 
or Iridan, Kadar, Kainmara, Malayan, 
Mara-i and Muthuvan or Mucl- .nr or 
Muda\'an) have no change in '.h<: areal 
restrictions from 1971 to 1981 while the 
remr.ining 61 Scheduled Castes .itid 29 
Scheduled Tribes have undergone eliangcs 
in areal jurisdiction as per the revised list. 

(ii) In the lists of Scheduled Castes and Sthedulcd 
Tribes adopted in the 1 971 census, 'Ulladan' 
was a Scheduled Casf: and 'Uilad.m (Hill 
d\vcllers)' was a Schednl- d Tribe. As per 1 
the revised list, Ulladan has been deleted 
'from the Scheduled Castes list and the name 
of the tribe 'Ulladan (Hill dwiUers)' has 
been changed as 'Ulladan'. 

[Hi) Uraly was a Scheduled Caste as well as a ( 
Scheduled Tribe in 1971. But Uraly has ' 
now been deleted from the list of Scheduled ' 
Castes and retained only under Schcdulid 
Tribe. 

[iv) 2 Scheduled Tribes viz. Malayekandi and 
Vishavan which had no population in 1971 
have now been deleted from the list of 
Scheduled Tribes. 

(v) \Vhile 'Pulayans' came under iDOth Schedtiled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes in 1971, th^y 
no longer come under Scheduled Tribe as 
per the 1976 revised list and arc only 
Scheduled Castes. 

21. On a comparison of tli figures of Sclieduled 
Castes and Scheduled Tribes fo.- 1971 with th-^se of 
1981, it can be seen that the d' letion of Pulay.tn from 
the list of Scheduled Tribes and ilic removal of the '•] 
area restriction for Pulayan und-.^r Scheduled Cr.stes I 
have resulted in a substantial l';ill in the Scludulcd 
Tribe population and increase in the Scheduled Caste 
population in the state, especially in the ,erst^vhile 
Malabar region. 

Literacy 

22. A person \vho can both read and write with 
understanding in any language was taken as a literate. 
A pei-son could merely read but could not wiitc was 
not a literate. It was ako not necessary that a person 



•who was a literate should have received any foi-mal 
education or should have passed any minimum educa- 
tional standard. All children below the age of 4 years 
or less were treated as illiterates, even if ihcy are 
school-going children and might have picked up 
reading and writing a f'w odd \vords. 

Economic questions in the 1981 census 

(a) Questions in the individual slip ^universal) 

23. Following are the economic questions in the 
Individual Slip (U liv-rsal) which w . re ■ canvassed in 
all areas and filled up for ?Al ind'.viduals at the time 
of the 1981 census. 
Q_. i4A. \Vo:ked any time at all last year? 

Yes 

No (HST/R/D/B'I/O) 

Q- 14B. If yes in 14A, did you work for major part of 
last year? Yes (1)/ No (2) 

Q_- 15A. Main activity last year ? 

Yes in 14B (C/AL/HHI/OW) 
No hi 14B (H/ST/D/R/B/I/O) 

IfHHI/OWin 15A. 

(?) Name of establishment 
(«) Description of work 
[Hi) Nature of industry, trade or service 
{iv) Class of worker 
Q'15B. 14B Yes — Any other work any time last 
year ? 

Yes (C/AL/HHI/OW) /No 
14BXo — W'ork done any time last year? 
(C/AL/HHI/0\V) 

If HHI/OVV in 15B 

(j) Name of establishment 
(«') Description of work 
[Hi) Nature of industry, trade or service 
[iv) Class of worker 

Q^- 16. If No Ln 14A or 14B, seeking/available for 
work? 
Yes (l)/No (2) 

[b) Questions and their implications 

24. The first question 14A in 1981 is intended to 
divide the population into two basic streams based on 
a liberal definition of work. Work was defined as 
participation in any economically productive activity. 
Such participation may be physical or mental in 
nature. Work involved not only actual \vork but also 
effective supervision of work. The reference period 
was the preceding one year. Question 14A was 
intended to find out %vhether a person had done any 
work at all during the last year or whether he did not 
work at all and if it was the latter, how the person 
spent his time as a non-worker. The question was 



expected to net all workers irrespective of the quantum 
of their contribution to economic activity. In other 
words, full-time workers, part-time workers and 
marginal workers were netted by this question. This 
question also gave the number of persons who belong 
to the non-worker category of H (Household duties), 
ST (Students), D (Dependenis), R (Retired or 
Rentier persons), B (Beggars, Vagrants etc.), 
I (Inmates of institutions) and O (Other non- 
workers) recorded in Question 14A, to sssertain 
whether the person had worked for the major part of 
the year. All persons who had worked for 183 days or 
six months or more were treated as hiving worked for 
the major part of the year. Question 15A wsa 
intended to elicit information on the details of the 
main activity (working or non-working) in which he 
was engaged during the major part of the year. In 
Q,. 15B, details of secondary work, if any, for workers 
('Yes in 14B) and marginal work for all persons did not 
work for the major part (No in 14B) were collected. 
Q,. 16 i.e., 'seeking work or available for \vork' was 
asked of all persons who had no work at all for the 
entire year (No in Q,. 14A) and no work during major 
part of the year (No in 14B). In order of the questions 
was designed after a pilot study (in 1978) and two 
pretests (in 1978 and 1979), the intention being to net 
all full-time workers, marginal workers, persons having 
secondary work and persons seeking or available 
for work. 

Main workers, marginal workers and non- 
workers 

25. The tables presented in this paper relate to 
main workers, marginal workers and non-workers. The 
concepts on these terms arc briefly indicated below: 

(j) Main workers. — The main workers are Ithose 
who have worked for major part of the year 
preceding the enumeration. In other words, 
those for whom the answer would have been 
'yes' inQ. 14A and 'yes i^l)' in Q,. 14B of the 
Lidividual Slip (Universal) are categorised 
as main workers. Workers are further 
divided into cultivators, agricultural 
labourers, those engaged in household 
industry' and other workers based on the 
information available in Q_. 15A. 

"(«) Marginal workers. — Marginal workers are those 
who have worked any time at all m the year 
preceding the enmneration but have not 
worked for the major part of the year. In 
. other words marginal workers would be 
those for whom liie entry in Q_. 14A of the 
Individual Slip (Universal) is 'yes' and 
thecntiyin Q,. 14B of the s' ip is No (2)'. 



The type of the work in which the marginal 
workers were engaged is collected through 
Q,. ) 5B of thi- Individual Slip (Universal) 
but at this stage data on such marginal 
worker^ have not been generated. 
(•'«■) Xon-workers . — Non workers are those for whom 
the answer, is «No' in Q,- 14A of the 
Individual Slip (Universal). They ai-c 
persors who have not worked any time at 
all in the year preceding the enutneration 
period. 
\iv) Work puriicipatioa rate. — The term 'work- 
participation rate' used in this census refers 
to the proportioh of workers to total popula- 
tion and not the proportion of the labour 
force to total population, though the latter 
is often the conventional usage. This 
distinction has to be noted while referring 
to the figures given in this volume. Again, 
as per the definitions of main workers, 

INTRODUCTION 

27. Idukki, one of the mountainous district i)f the 
State is bounded on the north by Mukundapuram taluk 
of Trichur district of Kerala State and Pollachi and 
Udumalpet taluk of Goimbatoro District of Tamil 
Nadu on the cast by Kodaikanal and Uthumapalayam 
taluks of Madvu-ai District and Srivill'pvithur taluk 
of Ramanathapui-am District of Tamil Nadu on the 
south by Pathanamthitta talxik of Quilon District and 
on the west by Kanjirappally and Mcenachil taluks 
of Kottayam District and Muvattupuzha, Kothaman- 
galam and Kuniiathunadu taluks of Ernakulam 
District. This district lie^ between latitude 9° 15' and 
10°2r north'and longitude 76°37' and 77°25' east. 



Brief History 

28. The early history of the district is obscure' and 
th( vc is no clear evidence about the Paleolithic age. 
Th bui-ials in th'- high ranges dates back to the 
me^alithic period. The buriel vaults called Pandu- 
kvizhies the menhirs and dolmcjis found- in the 
A' chanad valL y in Dcvicolam taluk substantiate this 
arsrument. Th;. iL'xc:.vations of th-: Archacolosrical 
d< partmcnt in Marayoor (in the Ar.chanad valljy) 
Tlrnigalkkal r.car Vandipcriyar Bison valley aad 
Thondimalai show distmct characteristics of the pre- 

, historic civilizr-.tiou and it is bclievtd that th' Se v. g ions 
h: d Well-developed civilization. 

29. Some hlstori.ins bcli ,ve that Kuzhumur, the 
Capital of Sarigr.m age is the present Kumily. in 
Peermade taluk. During 800-1102 .'\.D. th - high 



marginal workers and non-workers, these are 
exelusivi' categories and hence if the 
number under the 3 (ategoiies are added 
together one avIII arrive at the total 
population itself. 

[c) Relationship with the indistrial categories 

ADOPTED L\- THE 1981 AND 1971 CENSUSES 

26. The correspondence of tli ■ respective categories 
of workers in the 1981 and 1971 censuses for the 
presentation of PGA in the 1971 census arc given 
below : 



1981Cemus- 

Cuhivator (C) 
Agricultural Labourer {AJS) 
Household Industry (HHI) 
Other workers (OW) 

TO THE DISTRICT 



Rela'ed industrial category 
adopted in th^ 
1971 census 
Cati ijory I 
II 
„ V(a) 
„ III, IV, V (b) 
and VI to IX 



ranges consisting of the present D^vicolam, Udumban- 
chola and Peermade taluks was p irt of the Kingdom 
of Vcmpolinad. By about 1100 A. D. Vempolinad 
^^•as split into two Kingdoms viz. Vadakkumkuf and 
Tliekkumkur. By 1600 A.D. Kizhumalainad was 
merged with Vadakkumkur and thereafter Karikod* j 
also became the residence of Vadakkumkur Rajas, 
Vadakumkur was for a long period subordinate to 
Pcrumpadappu Swaroopam. The Dutch East India 
Company was atti'actcd by the varied spices of the i 
high ranges. In the early period the Dutch East India ■ 
Company had trade contracts with the Tekkumkur 
Rajas for spices like pepper, GinnajKion etc. Manavi- 
krama Kulasekhara, who reached Vadakkumkur as a 
r^ fugce from the Pandyan Kingdom purchased a tract ' 
of land next to the hills known as Poonjar from tlie 
Tliekkumkur Raja. For this he got the assistance from 
the Vadakkumkur Raja. Lat-.r Manaviki-ama 
Kulasekhara obtained all the rights of a King, \\ hich 
empowered him " to ascend to the position of 
Manavikrama's coronations as the Poonjar Raja. 
During the 15th century ail extensivi area of the high 
ranges stretching from Peermad-: to D-^vicolam, which 
forms a major portion of the present Idukki District, 
b .came uiidei the control of the Poonjar Raja. The 
Poonjar family became a part of Travancore when 
Thekkumkur and Vadakkumkur \vere annexed by 
Marthandavarma in 1 749-50. Aftr r that this tract 
was part of the Travancore State and its history 
associated with the history of Travancore. The 
participation in tne freedom struggle and responsible 
Government by the people of the district is less as 
compared to other parts of the stat. . 



8 



At the turn of the centtuy Cardamom hill was one 
of the four revienue divisiors in the princely state o f 
Travancorc. This separate revenue division was 
formed for magesterial, general planting and census 
purposes. In 1909 a fifth division in the state viz. 
Devicolam was newly carved out taking regions of 
adjoining taluks of Kottayam division and the Carda- 
mom hills. During the decade 1911-192 1 some area 
of Devicolam Division was transfered to Kottayam 
division and ■ the pruned Devicolam division was 
.renamed as highrange division. In the next decade 
there was no worth mentioning changes in jouris- 
diction. However during the period 1931-41 the high 
range division was amalgamated with the northern 
di\'ision. There was no major change in jurisdiction 
till September 1956. On 1st October, 1956 a taluk 
Udumbanchola was newly carved out. The bounda- 
ries of the district continue to be the same till the 
formation of Idukki district. 

Jurisdictional changes since 1956 

30. Idukki district came into existence on 26th 
January 1972 as per the Goverimient notification No. 

5413I/C2/71/RD, dated 24th January 1972 consisting of 
Devicolam, Udumbanchola and Peermade taluks of 
the erstwhile Kottayam district and Thodupuzha 
taluk (excluding Kalloorkad village and portion of 
Manjalloor village included in Manjalloor and 
Kalloorkad panchayats) of the erstwhile Ernakiilam 
district. The present Idukki district consists of four 
taluks viz., Devicolam, Udumbanchola, Peermade and 
Thodupuzha taluks. No change in jurisdiction has 
taTcen place since the formation of Idukki district. 

Administrative units 

31. For administrative convenience there are two 
administrative system viz. revenue and local self 
Government. Under the revenue system the district is 
divided into two revenue divisions i.e. Devicolam 
revenue division constituting of three taluks viz. 
Devicolam, Udumbanchola and Peermade and Idukki 
revenue divisions comprising of Thodupuzha taluk. 
These taluks ate sub-divided into 42 villages and 265 
karas. The urban areas of the district as per the 1981 
Census consist of 2 towns (viz. Idukki township and 
Thodupuzha mimicipal town) . However, it may be 
nottd that Idukki township \\as treated as census town 
though it was not formerly declared as a statutory by 
tin State Government. Portion of Idukki village of 
Thodupuzha taluk and portion of Kalkoontal village 
of Udiimbaixhola taluk constitute the Idukki towTxship. 
There are 4 development blocks and 46 panchayats. 7 
villages are partly falling in urban areas and partly in 
rural art as. The villages and town in each taluk are 
distributed as follows: 



TABLE 1 

VILLAGES AND TOWNS AS ON 1st 
MARCH 1981 



District/ 
Taluks 



1 
Idukki 

1 . Devi 

colam 

2. Udum- 

ban- 
chola 

Thodu- 
puzha 

Peer- 
made 



No. of villages 
falling in 



Number ot 

towns 



3. 



4. 



Total 
villa- 
ges 

2 
42 

9 

12 



15 



Rural 
aieas 



Urban 
areas 



Wholly Partly Wholly Partly 



3 
35 

9 

11 



Statu- 
tory 
towns 

7 
2 



Cen- 
sus 
towns 



2* 



* A small' portion of Idukki township falls in Udumbanchola 
taluk. 

Topography 

32. The district has many unique geographical 
characteristics and has an undulating topography. 
Anamudi in the Kan nan Devan hills village of 
Devicolam taluk has the highest peak south of 
Himalayas. Major portion of the district lies in the 
mountainous tract of the western Ghats with high hills 
and deep valleys. A small western portion of Thodu- 
puzha taluk has plains. 

(a) Mountains 

33. Anamudi, the highest peak 2659 m. lies in this 
tract. The other impoitant mountains are Eravimala, 
Tathumala, Chenthavara, Kumarickal, Karimkulam, 
Devimala, Anchanad, Sabarimala, Karimala, 
Perumalmala, Ghudoormala, Vattavada, Kundalaand 
Devicolam. Moreover, there are man}- outlaying 
moimtains and hills of varying heights. The high 
ranges are covered with deep valley's, and dense forests 
and have several plateaus. 

(b) Rivers 

34. Periyar and its tributaries, Thodupuzha and 
pambar are the rivers of the district. Of these, Pambar 
is an east flowing river. 

45. Periyar (229 km.) the second longest river in 
the state traverses through all the taluks of the district. 
It originates from the SiN^agiri peak in the South- 
Eastem part of the district at an elevation of 2,560 m. 
above the mean sea level. It is hainessed at various 
points in its courses for generating power besides irri- 
gation purposes. Originating from dense forest it 
traverses through immense cliff of rocks and is joined 
by Mullayar after a course of 10 miles northward. 
Then it turns due west flowing about 17 km. in the 
sandy bed through a gorge U km. away fi-om Mullayai 



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Thavalam where a dam has been bui't by Madras 
Government for the irrigation of land in the vaiga- 
vallcy. After winding course from the dam it traverses 
through Vandiperiyar, Peermade, Elappara and Pasiip- 
pira villages of Peermade taluk. Then it takes its course 
through the boundary of Thodupuzha and Udumban- 
chola talulis and touches Chakkuppallam, Ayyappan- 
coil, Kalkoonthal and Konnathady villages of 
Udumbanchola taluk and Mannamkandam village nf 
Dtvicolam taluk before entering into Ernakulam 
district. Its tributaries are Perumthura Aar, Katta- 
ppana Aar, Cheruthoni, Chittar, Perinjankutty Aar 
and Muthirapuzha Aar. There is a great water fall 
called Kokkampara where the water falls over a cliff of 
31 metres high. It has a drainage area of 5283-6 sq. 
km. .There are many hydro-electric projects on this 
river which caters the needs of power in the State. 
Of which Pallivassal, Idukki, Idamalayar are 
important. 

36. Pambar, one of three east flowing rivers of the 
state has its origin near Benmore tea estates at an alti- 
tude of 6400 feet above mean sea level. It takes its 
course in a north-west direction to Nachivayal and 
enters the Tamil Nadu. Its main tributaries are 
Irarikulam Aar, Kanni Aar, Pallikkadu, Odai and 
Nasimuthu odai. The drainage area of this river in 
Kerala is 383 sq. km. 

37. Thodupuzha river is a major tributary of 
Muvattupuzha river. Originating as streams from 
the hilly areas of Vettikimni, Pottambadi, Nedugaiii, 
Uppukunni and kodikallu hills it forms as a river 
when it joins Kadayathur stream near Thalayanad- 
There after it flows through plains and meets the 
Kaliyar after touching the Thodupuzha town. At 
Muvattupuzha it joins with the Kothamangalam river 
to form the Muvattupuzha river. 

(c) Back Waters and Canals 

38. There is no back waters or lakes in this 
district though some larger ponds are seen besides the 
dams at periyar, Idukki, Mattupetty, Kundala, Eda- 
malayar etc . The canals are also few except those 
built for irrigation purposes. 

Climate 

39. Owing to the peculiar topography of the 
district the climate of the district varies considerably 
with the rest of the state. The western part of the 
region experiences moderate climate with varying 
temper atiure between 2l''C to 27°C while the eastern 
part known as high ranges experiences a pleasant cold 
climate throughout thf- year. The climate at Munnar is 
extremely pleasant and the temperature is low through- 
out the year. .\s in the case of other districts of 



Kerala this district also has the benefit of south-west 
monsoon (Edavapathy) during Jime to September and 
north-east monsoon (Thulavarsham) during October to 
November. Rainfall is larger in the month of June 
and July. Since the north-eastern pwrtion of the 
district (Marayur area) is on the eastern slope of the 
western ghats it has less rainfall. 

Forests 

40. The entire eastern side of the district is cove- 
red with forests and they fall in five forest divisions 
viz. Chalakudy, Malayattur, Munnar, Kottayam and 
Game sanctury. More thsin 45 per cent of the district 
are under forests. The copious rainfall result in 
having evergreen decidious tropical fojrcsts in the 
high ranges. The important types of trees found in 
the forests are Rose wood, Teak, Irul,. Venga, Anjili, 
Karangely, Maruthu, Pyne, Nangu, Redeader, White 
cader etc. Besides, this region has also cardamom, 
tea, coffee, and rubber teak, eucaliptus and sugarcane 
plantations. 

Soils 

41 . The soils of this district are classified into 
laterite, forest and hilly soils. The laterite soil occurs in 
the western sectors of Thodupuzha, Peermade and 
Devicolam taluks. The soil is porus and has poor 
retentive capacity and does not have vesicular structure 
peculiar to tree laterites and cannot be used for 
building stones. This soil is more fertile than poor 
laterite soil. The forest and hilly soils occur in 
Udumbanchola taluk and eastern sector of Devicolam, 
Peermade and Thodupuzha taluks. This soil is 
characterised by a surface layer of organic matter 
from forest growth. It is rich in nitrogen but 
extremely poor in bases due to heavy leaching. The 
phosphate content is very low. When the forests are 
cleared this soil gradually undergo laierisation. This 
is strongly acidic in reaction. The forest soil is 
suitable for plantation crops like cardamom, tea, 
rubber etc. 

Geology and Economic Minerals 

42 . It is reported by some local experts that there 
are some deposits of iron ore, graphite, china clay, 
bauxite mica, precious stones etc. The Geological 
Survey of India has reported that there are some 
graphite deposits in Thodupuzha taluk. Granite 
deposits are found throughout the district. 

Agriculture and land use 

4'^. A major portion of this district is imsuitable 
for cultivation because of its undulating topography 
and non-availability or irrigation facilities. The total 
croped area of the district is 160,611 hectares ia 



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1978-79. The important crops of this district arc 
•cardamom, tea, coffee, rubber, coconut, pepper, 
tapioca, paddy, potato, orange, etc. The cardamom, 
the queen of spices is cultivated mainly in Udumban- 
chola taluk followed by Devicolam and Peermade 
taluks. More than 80 per cent of the total crop area 
under cardamom of ihe state is in this district. The 
second important crop is tea which has about 
200 estates extending to an area of about 24,082 hec- 
tares. Devicolam and Peermade together account 
majority of tea plantations. Rubbsr is cultivated 
mostly in Thodupuzha taluk followed by Peermade 
taluk. Cocanut and pepper are other important 
crops which are cultivated in all the taluks. The other 
crops cultivated in this districts are paddy, tapioca, 
coffee, banana, arecanut, ginger, turmeric, cocoa, 
lemongrass, etc. The land-use pattern viz. forest, 
irrigated cultivable land, unirrigated cultivable land, 
culturable waste and area not available for cultivation 
based on village directory is discussed later. 

Irrigation , 

44. The main source of water for irrigation is rain- 
fall and the tail waters of the Hydro-electric projects. 
More than 23,000 hectares of land are irrigated. The 
waters from the hydro-electric projects are mainly 
used in the plains of the neighbouring districts. The 
irrigation in the district is mostly confined to the 
innumerable rivelets streams and natmal ponds. Lift 
irrigation is also used for agricultural purposes in 
certain areas. 

Tenancy 

45. The land tenures of the district prior to 
the passing of Kerala Land Reforms Act, 1963 
were jenmom, pandaravaka, verumpattara, pandara- 
vaka kanom, service inams, varam, kuzhikanam, 
kudiyirippu, Kudikidappu, etc. But with the 
enactment of the Kerala Land Reforms Act, 
1963 which came into effect from early 1970 
these land tenures have lost their relevance. 
The Land Reforms Act of 1 963 repealed the Kerala 
Agrairan Relations Act, 1960, the Malabar Tenancy 
Act, 1929, the Cochin Verumpattamdars Act VIII of 
1118 (ME), the Madras Cultivating Tenants (Payment 
of Fair Rent) Act, 1956 and the Tavancore-Cochin 
Prevention of Eviction of Kudikidappukars Act, 1955, 
and enacted a single statute governing the relationship 
between landlord and tenant throughout the state. 
This Act amended subsequently caused to abolish the 
Jenmi-kudiyan system from the state and helped the 
tenants to become owners of lands. Kudikidappukars 
got the right of purchasing the houses where they were 
living along with 10 cents of land around it, paying 
the amount fixed by Grovernraent. A ceiling was 
fixed for the extent of land to be possessed and the 



land above ceiling was taken over by the Grovem- 
ment and distributed to landless persons. Thus the 
Land Reforms Act has brought out revolutionary 
changes in the district. 

Animal husbandry 

46. The rearing of cattle and agriculture are closely 
associated and vast grazing lands and cool climate are 
suitable for cattle rearing. Liveitock development 
programme implemented by the Department of Animal 
Husbandry and Dairy Development Department 
have made remarkable in roads into the increase of 
livestock. The Indo-Swiss project located at Mattu- 
petty near Munnar and one at Kolahalemadu 
near Peermade have resulted in having iijiproved 
varieties of cattle. Veterinary hospitals, dispensaries 
and sub-csntres are functioning all ovei the district. 
According to the 1977 livestock census 5 •89 per cent 
of the total livestock population of the state are in the 
district. 

Fisheries 

47. Since the district is located far away fi-om the 
coastal line there is no scope for marine fishing. 
The fishing confined to rivers, ponds, reservoirs, etc. 

Electricity and Power 

48. Idukki is the district having the largest hydro- 
electric power potential. The Periyar river and its 
tributaries provide the required infrastructure for 
generating power. More than 50 per cent of the total 
consumption of power of the state is supplied by the 
Power projects of this district. The Pallivasal hydro- 
electric project commissioned in 1939 utilising the 
waters of Mudirapuzha river, the important tributary 
of Periyar, is the first power station of the State. 

49. The Sengulam hydro-electric project is situated 
about 9 km. down stream of Pallivasal project in the 
Mudirapuzha river. 21-25 mw power is generated 
from this project. The Neriamangalam and Panniyar 
hydro-electric project are the other projects. However, 
by the commissioning of the Idukki hydro-electric 
project the power position of the state was considerably 
improved. 

50. The Idukki Arch Dam is constructed across 
Periyar river in a narrow gorge between t^vo granite 
hills, is the second highest in the country. The water 
spread of the Idukki reservoir is about 60 sq. km. and 
a height of 701 m. above mean sea level. The 
generators are looated at Moolamatiam, Idamalayar 
project across Idamalayar river. Lower Periyar hydro- 
electric project in the low reaches of Periyar just 
below Neriamangalam power station are the other 
projects under execution. According to the available 
information all the villages are electrified. 



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Industry 

51. This Hilly district is industrially backward due 
to the lack of transportation facilities. Tourism is 
treated as an industry of tliis region wliich causes the 
exploitation of the scenic beauty of the district. Raw- 
materials like rubber, forest products, spices etc. are 
in abundance here. But thr infrastructtiral facilities 
are not available and hence there is no basic indust- 
ries in this district. Tea industry is the main industry 
functioning in the district and most of the tea factories 
an- located in the high ranges. Some minor indus- 
tries are functioning only at Thodupuzha. The 
traditional industries of the state like coir industry 
and cashew industry arc almost absent in this district. 
Having large forest tract bee keeping is popular in 
the hilly Panchayat of Udumbanchola taluk, Marayoor 
area of Devicolam taluk and the Game Sanctuaiy area 
of Pecrmade taluk. Small establishments on handi- 
crafts, Handloora, Khadi and village industries arc 
functioning in this district. The wood-based industries 
and manufacture of agricultural implements and 
processing of food ai tides are the other types of 
industries found in this region. 

Transport 

52. The district is industrially backward as large 
tract is covered under forests. There is the lack of 
transportation facilities also. 

The major roads of this district are 

1. Alwaye — Munnar road (via Neriamangalara 

and Adimali) 

2. Kottayam — Kumily road (via Mimdakkayam, 

Peruvanthanam, KuUikkanam and Peermade) 

PLACES OF 
Chithirapuram (Devicolam taluk) 

55. Chitjlirapuram (Pallivasal village) is named 
after His Highness Sri Chithirathirunal Balaramax^arma 
Maharaja of Travancore who visited this place on 
1st March 1935. Situated about 12 kms. west of 
Munnar and 4 km. from the powei* house at Palli- 
vasal at a height of 3,800 ft. above mean sea level 
Chithirapuram is the seat of Go'^ernment offices and 
quarters of the staff working in the Pallivasal hydro- 
electric project. There are 2 Government High 
Schools, a Government hospital, a Post and Telegraph 
oflSce, 2 public call offices located in the place. 
Kunji Thanni Siva Temple is the major temple in 
the Kara. Other religiotts institutions arc St. George 
church, St. Sebastian church and Juma-at -mosque. 

Devicolam (Devicolam taluk) 

56. Devicolam (in Kannan Devan Hills village) the 
taluk headquarters is one of the oldest and fiiiest hill 
station in Kerala and is located about 15 km south- 



3. Munnar — Kumily road (via Devicolam, 

Udumbanchola, Nedumkandam, Puliyanmala 
and Vandanmettu) 

4. Thodupuzha — Kattappana road (via Moola- 

mattani, Kulamavu, Painavu and tdukki) 

5. Adimali — Idukki road(via Kallarkutty, Pan- 

amkutty, Chclachuvadu and Chenithoni) 

6 . Ne riamangalam — Panamkutty road 

7. Kattappana — Kuttikkanam road (via Elappara) 

8. Munnai- — Marayooj- road (via Thalayar estate i 

which leads to Udumelpet) ' 

9. Muimar — Top station road (via Mattupetty 

which leads to Kodaikanal) 

10. Pooppara — Bodimettu road which leads to Bodi- 

naikannur 

1 1 . Kumily — Madurai road 

12. Kothamangalam — Edamalayar road (via i 

Bhoothathankcttu) | 

53. This district has a net-work of minor roads con- 
necting centres to centres most of which are not 
motorable in all seasons. 

54. There are a number of village roads. Some of 
them are constructed by the Kerala Electricity Board- 
connecting dams and power station of the hydro- 
electric projects. K.S.E.B. constructed main roads to 
Idukki from Moolamattam, Neriamangalam, Puli- 
yanmala etc. in connection with the Idukki Hydro- 
electric project. There are no roads connecting 
the taluk headquarters. This district has neither 
rail nor air traffic facility. 

IMPORTANCE 

east of Munnar. Devicolam is named after a small 
lake situated 5 km. from Munnar which is believed 
to have been used by Sita Devi, the consort of Lord 
Siee Rama. Devicolam, on the summit of high 
ranges, is the headquarters of Devicolam taluk. 
The important institutions located here are a Govern- 
ment high school, a . Government hospital and a 
family welfare centre. The important place of wor- 
ship is the Sastha Temple which is undtr the control 
of the Travancore Devaswom Board. 

Munnar 

57. Sittiatcd 115 km. east of Alwaye at an elevation. \ 
of 1524 m. above the mean sea level, Munnar is at the 
confluence of three rivers viz. Kanthala Aar, Kanni 
Aar, Nallathanni Aar. It is a health resort especially 
in the summer season. Surrounded by the majenic 
e\-ergreen hills and little rivelets tumbling down their 
sides this hill station is an enchanting scenary to 
everyone. Tea estates are seen everywhere in and 



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around Munnar. It is the centre of tea Lndustiy and 
also the headquarters of the Kannan Devan Hill Pro- 
dtice Company (now owned by Taia Tea Company). 
The Indo-Swiss project for the development of live- 
stock is located at Mattupetty. Furthei- up as the 
Top station which is connected by a rope way to 
Bodi-Naikaiuiur railway station in Tamil Nadu. 
There are 2 high schools, 4 L.P. Schools, 3 allopathic 
hospitals, an ayurvedic dispensary and a veterinary 
hospital, 5 banks, 2 theatres, a telephone exchange 
and a post and telegraph office besides a temple 
dedicated to Lord Subramania and 2 churches and a 
mosque. The Eravikulam nationalpark famous for 
its Nilgiri Tahr is located in Raja malai and on the 
slopes of the Anamudi peak. It is an important 
tourist centre. 

Pallivasal (Devicolam taluk) 

58. Situated 29 km. from Munnar, Pallivasal rose to 
prominance in 1940 bf the commissioning of the hydro-" 
electric project utilising the waters of Mudirapuzha 
river, a tributary of Periyar. Apart from the power 
project and its offices there are 2 L.P. schools, 2 post 
offices and a church here. 

Kumily (Peermade taluk) 

59. Situated about 110 km. east of Kottayam — 
Kumily (in Periyar village) is an important place. 
It is connected with Munnar, idukki, Madurai and 
Thekkady by good motorable road. Kumily is 
believed to be the capital of Chera Kings of the 
Sangam age known as Kuzhumur. In and around 
Kumily there are hill tribes, the main occupation being 
hunting in the nearby forests. The important institutions 
here are a high school, a middle school, a primary 
school, a government hospital and dispensaries, a 
veterinary hospital, a post oflSce, a telegraph office, 
2 banks and a theatre. The important places of 
worship are Ammancoil dedicated to Bhagavathi, a 
church and a mosque. The famous old Mangala 
Devi Temple built in the Pandyan style of archi- 
tecture is located on the north-west of Kumily within 
the Kerala boarder. Pilgrims especially from Tamil' 
Nadu, visit the temple on festival days. It is a 
pilgrim centre. 

Marayur (Devicolam taluk) 

60. Situated 42 km. north-east of Munnar, Marayur 
is an important place on the Mtmnar — Udumelpet road. 
There is a mcgalethic burial sites consisting of dolmens 
and cists. Among the institutions, a government 
high school, a U.P.S., 3 L.P.S., a govern- 
ment dispensary, a veterinary hospital, a post office, a 
theatre, a bank, 8 temples and 3 churches are import- 
ant. The Thcnkassinathan coil dedicated lo Lord 
Siva is famous. 



Peermade (Peermade taluk) 

61. Situated 79 km. east of Kottayam and 65 km. 
south of Painavu , Peermade names after the Muslim 
Saint Peer-Mohammed is an important health resort. 
The tomb of Peer Mohammed is situated at Kuttik- 
kanam about 6 km. from Peermade. It is also the 
h''adquarters of the taluk and noted for its pleasant 
climate. TherKj are number of tea estates in and 
around Peermade. The important institutions in 
this village include 3 high schools, 3 L.P.S. a 
government hospital, a veterinary hospital, telephone 
exchange, post and telegraph office, banks, tem- 
ples, churches and mosque. 

Sabarimala (Peermade taluk) 

62. Situated in the southern part of Mlappara village 
of Peermade taluk and amidst dense forests having 
d'fferent species, wild animals. Sabarimala is the 
holiest Hindu Pilgrim Centre. The presiding deity is 
Lord Ayyappa (known as Sastha in the puranas) 
A>7appa is believed to be the son of Lord Vishnu and 
Lord Siva and thereby a symbol of unity between 
Vaishnavites and Saivaites. The original temple 
was consecrated by Lord Parasurama. Pilgrims 
have to creak through dens; foresis. The traditional 
route is from Erumeli which is about 40 km. The 
other routes are from Vandiperiyar, Uppupara, and 
Chalakkayam via Plappally. These routes are well 
known for its scenic beauty and mythological ''mpor- 
tance. Th? temple is situated in the hill consecrated 
by the holy life of Sabari who ^^■as met by Lord 
Sree Rama during his way to Lanka. According to 
tradition, a pilgrim desirous to worship Lord 
Ayyappa has to undertake 41 days penance consisting 
of strict celibacy morning and evening ablutions, 
growing of beard and daily prayers. However, now 
a days the rigours ar: being relaxed by some of the 
pilgrims. Mandalapooja, in the months of Vrichikam- 
Dhanu (November-December) and Makaravilakku 
(middle of January) synchronising with the day of 
Sankramam are the important festivals of Sab-ai-imala. 
A distinctive feature of this pilgrimage is the absence 
of any feeling of castes and classes and presence of 
gesture of unity. Various facilities are provided for 
the pilgrim by the Government, Devaswom Board 
and other voluntary organisations. 

Thekkadi (Peermade taluk) 

63. Thekkad', the headquarters of the Periyar VVnd 
Life Sanctuary is located 1 15 km., cast of Kottayam at 
an altitude of over 1,000 metres above the mean sea 
level. The Periyar lake (area: 67 sq. km. length: 51 km., 
average depth: 45 cm.) is formed by the construction 
of a dam across Periyar river. The scenary of the lake 
and its surroundings with vai'ious kinds of plant s mske 



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the place more beautiful. Many species of flora and 
fauna are seen here. The important anim;'.ls are 
bisons, tigers etc. This wild life sanctuars' with the 
enchanting scenary and plea-sant climate attr;'.cts 
tourists from far and wide. The c.xcellant boating 
facilities for seeing the wild animals in their natuial 
habitant are worth n^entioning. There are good hotels 
run by Kerala Tourism Development Corporation. 
Inside the lake there are some picnic spots like 
Edappalayam, Manakudi, Thannikudi etc. At 
Edapalayam surroiindcd by the enchanting scenary 
there is a tourist btmgalow and a vest house having 
lake'on one side and trenches on other side. Nearby 
is a watch tower to see the wild animals. At 
Thannikkudi and Manakudi far inside the lake there 
are small bungalows surrounded by trenches. Here 
also wild animals can be seen. Sabarimala temple 
is also located in this wild life sanctuary. 

Thodupuzha (Thodnpazlia taluk) 

64. The Thodupuzha, the headqtiarters of the taluk 
is situated in the bank;; of Thodupuzha rivei-. This is 
a place of historical importance. Karikkode near 
Thodupuzha was the headquarters of Vadakkumkm- 
Rajas where there is the remains of a Fort and a Devi 
temple constructed by the Vadakkumkur Raja. The 
famotis Annamalai Temple ded'cated to Lord Siva 
constructed in the Chola style of architecture is also 
located here at Karikkode. There are other important 
temples dedicated to Sree Krishna, Siva, Devi and 
Sastha besides several churches and mosques. The 



Ninnar mosque near Karikkode is believed to have 
been constructed by the Vadakkumkur Raja for his 
soldiers. There are 6 other mosques m this town. 
Thodtipuzha is an important trading centre of hill 
products like rubber, coffee, cardamom, pepper, ginger 
etc. Most of the government offices aie located in 
the town. One arts and Science college, 6 high 
schools, 3 upper primary schools, 5 lower primaiy 
schools, one basic training school, one polytechnic 
are the important educational institutions located 
here. One .government hospital, 4piivate hospitals 
one family planning centre, and one ayurvedic 
hospital are the important medical institutions in 
the town. Veterinary' hospital and a cattle improve- 
ment assistance office arc alSo located here. Besides 
the above institutions, there arc 9 post offices, 5 P&T 
offices, 6 public call offices, 14 banks, and 3 cinema 
theatres located in the town. 

Vandiperiyar 

65. Situated 18 km. east of Peermade Vandiperiyar 
lies on the Kottayam — Kumily road. This place came 
into prominance as a result of the execution of Sabari- 
giri hydro-electric project. Vandiperiyar is nearer to 
the Paraba Dam site. This area is full of tea planta- 
tions. It is an important commercial centre in the high 
ranges. The institutions located here are a govern- 
ment upper primary school, a Government hospital. 
3 banks and a theatre. One of the routes to the holy 
Sabarimala temple is through Vandiperiyar and 
Mount Estate. 



District and Talak-wise Census Data 



(i) Area: ^ 

66. Idukki the largest district of the State has an 
area of 5,061 sq. km. which constitute 13 per cent of 
the total area of the State. Among taluks Devicolam 



ANALYSIS OF DATA * 

has the largest aiea (1,774-2 sq. km.) followed by 
Peermade (1307-8) and Udumbanchola (1071'4). The 
smallest taluk is Thodupuzha the area being 
973-3 sq. km. 









TABLE 2 












POPULATION, 


NUMBER OF Vn.l.AGES AND TOWNS, 


1981 




















Number 


of 






Total 
Rural 

Urban 


Area 




Population 




village 


s 


Number 
of 
towni 


District/Taluk 


in r 
sq. km. 


Persons 


Males Femalei 


Total 


Inh 


" \ 
abited 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 






8 


9 


Idukki . 


T 


5,061-0 


971,636 


494,999 476,637 


42 




42 


2 




R 


4,993-5 


927,007 


472,417 454,590 


42 




42 


.. 




U 


67-5 


44,629 


22,582 22,047 






.. 


2 


Devicolam 


T 


1,774-2 


179,327 


92,428 86,899 


9 


• 


9 


• • 




R 

11 


1,774-2 . 


179,327 


92,428 86,899 


9 




9 


• • 


Udumbanchola 


T 


1,071-4 


353,352 


180,854 172,498 


12 




12 


■■ 




R 


1,067-5 


351,298 


179,812 171,486 


12 




12 


• • 




U 


3-9 


2,054 


1,042 1,012 






.. 


• • 


Thodupuzha 


T 


973-3 


264.368 


133,473 130,895 


15 




15 


2* 




R 


909-7 


221,793 


111,933 109,860 


15 




15 


.. 




U 


63-6 


42,575 


21,540 21,035 


.. 






2 


Peermade 


T 


1,307-8 


174,589 


88,244 86,345 


6 




6 


• • 




R 


1,307-8 


174,589 


88,244 86,345 


6 




6 


• • 




U 


•• 


... 


.. 


•" 




*.• 


** 



•A small portion of Idukki township falls in Udumbanchola taluk. 



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(ii) Population: 

67. Next to Wayanad, Idukki is the lowest populous 
district with 971,636 persons of which 494,999 are 
males and 476,637 are females. 3-82 per cem of the 
total population of the state live in this district. 
Udumbanchola is the most populous taluk in the 
district (3-53 lakhs) which works out to 36 per cent of 
the total population of the district. Thodupuzha 
taluk holds the next position with 27 p:r cent. The 
proportion of population live in Devicolam and 
Peermade taluks are 18'46 per cent and 17-97 per cent 
respectively. 

68. The urban popxilation of the district is only 
44,629 which constitute 4-6 per cent of the total popu- 
lation of the district and 0-94 per cent of the total urban 
population of the state. There are no m-ban areas in 
Devicolam and Peermade taluks. Thodupuzha (M) 
and Idukki town ship are the two towns of the district. 
The Idukki township lies in Thodupuzha and 
Udumbanchola taluks. 



(iii^ Sex Ratio: 

69. Unlike the state pattern males outnumber femalei 
in the district as well as in all the taluks. The sex 
ratio in the district is 963 females per 1,000 males. 
The sex ratio is highest in Thodupuzha taluk (981) 
followed by Peermade (978) and lowest in Devicolam 
taluk (940) . The i-ural sex ratio of the disti-ict is 962 
as against the urban sex ratio of 976. 

(iv) Density 

70. The density of population of Idukki district was 
only 9 persons per sq. km. in 1901. In the next 
decade it was doubled. From 1921 to 1951 density 
increased at a lower rate. However the decade 
1941-51 evinced a sharp rise reaching to 66 in 1951. 
Thereafter the increase was reaching to 192 persons 
per sq. km. in 1931. The i-ural and urban deusity of 
population are 186 and 662 persons per sq. km. res- 
pectively. Coming to the taluks Udumbanchola 
stands foremost with a density of 330 followed by 
Thodupuzha (272). Devicolam taluk has the lowest 
density of 101 persons per sq. km. The urban density 
of Thodupuzha taluk is 670. 



TABLE 3 
DECADAL CHANGE IN DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION 



* 


P 

M 

F 






Population 






Percentage d 
(1971-81) vai 








1971 






1981 

A 




iation 


Diitrict/Taluk 


Total 


Rural 


Urban 


Total 


Rural 


Urban 


Total 


Rural 


Urban 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Idukld 


P 

M 

F 


765,608 
395,297 
370,311 


740,346 
381,986 
358,360 


25,262 
13,311 
11,951 


971,636 
494,999 
476,637 


927,007 
472,417 
454,590 


44,629 
22^582 
22,047 


+26 91 
+25 22 
+28 71 


+25-21 
+23 67 
+26 85 


+64 79 
+69 65 
+84-48 


3 . Devicolam 


P 
M 

f' 


134,350 
69,581 
64,769 


129,968 
67,110 
62,858 


4,382 
2,471 
1,911 


179,327 
92,428 
86,899 


179,327 
92,428 
86,899 


•■• 


+33-48 

+32-84 
+ 3417 


• 


• 
• 


2. Udumbanchola 


P 
M 
F 


264,913 
137,488 
127,425 


264,913 
137.488 
127,425 


•• 


353,352 
180,854 
172,498 


351,298 
179,812 
171,486 


2,054 
1,042 
1,012 


+33-38 
+31-54 
+35-37 


@ 


@ 


3. Thodupuzha 


P 
M 
F 


219,504 
113,514 
105,990 


198,624 
102,674 
95,950 


20,880 
10,840 
10,040 


264,368 
133,473 
130,895 


221,793 
111,933 
109,860 


42,575 
21,540 
21,035 


+20-44 
+ 17-58 
+23-50 


+ 11-66 
+ 9-02 
+ 14-50 


+ 103-90 

+98-71 

+ 109-51 


4. peermade 


P 
M 

F 


146,841 
74,714 
72,127 


146,841 
74,714 
72,127 


•• 


174,589 
88,244 
86,345 


174,589 
88,244 
86,345 


■ * 


+ 18-90 
+ 18-11 
+ 19-71 


+ 18-90 
+ 1811 
+ 19-71 


- 



•Town declassified in 1981 
@Ncw towns in 1981 

(v) Grov^h of population: 

71. During 1901 the district had a population of 
about 47,000 and it increased by 20 times in the last 
decade. A fluctuating trend is seen in the growth rate 
of population. Since 1901 with the growth rates for 
1901-11 as 108-88 per cent, 1911-21 as 9-23 per cent, 
1921-31 as 72-59, 1931-^1 as 30-17, 1941-51 as 35-67, 
1951-61 as 74-98 and 1961-74 as 31-75. In the present, 
decade the growth rate is 26-91 pei" cent. Among 



taluks the growth of poptilation is highest in Devicolam 
taluk (33-48 per cent.). Thodupuzha and Peermade 
taltiks have growth rates less than that of the disuict 
the lowest being in Peermade taluk with (18-90 per 
cent). In rural and uiban areas of the district female 
growth rate is higher than that of males. 

72. Since there was no urban population in 
Udumbanchola taluk during 1971 the urban growth 
rate for that taluk is not given in the above table. 



15 



TABLE 4 
LITERATES, WORKERS, NON-WORKERS, SCHEDULED CASTE/TRIBE POPULATION 



















Percentage of 




Total 
Rural 
Urban 




Total population 




S.C. 
population 

to total 
population 


S.T. 
population 
to total 
population 


Literates to total ; 

_ * 


population 


Dislrict/Taluk 


Persons 


Males 


Females 


P 


M 


F 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Uukki 


T 
R 
U 


971,636 
927,007 
. 44,629 


494,999 

472,417 

22,582 


476,637 

454,590 

22,047 


13-71 

14 10 

5-57 


3 98 
4-13 
1 01 


67 44 
67 07 
7505 


72 15 
71 84 
78-54 


62 55 
62 12 
71-46 


1. DevicoUm 


T 
R 

u 


179,327 
179,327 


92,428 
92,428 


86,899 
86,899 


28- 18 
28-18 


6-44 
6-44 


57-42 
57-42 


64-97 
64-97 


49-38 
49-38 


2. Udumbanchola 


T 
R 
U 


353,352 

351,298 

2,054 


180,854 

179,812 

1,042 


172,498 

171,486 

1,012 


6-40 
6-46 
7-25 


1-53 
1-54 


68-76 
68-73 

73-52 


72-54 
72-52 
76-01 


64-79 
64-76 
70-95) 


3. Thodupuzha 


T 
R 
U 


264.368 

221,793 

42,575 


133.473 

111,933 

21,540 


130,895 

109,860 

21,035 


5-27 
5-22 
5-49 


7-09 
8-25 
105 


75-13 
75-14 
75-12 


77-93 
77-79 
78-67 


72-28 
72:43 
71-49 


4. Peermade 


T 
R 

U 


174,589 
174,589 


88,244 
88,244 


86,345 
86,345 

• ■ 


26-28 
26-28 


1-72 
1-72 


63-42 
63-42 

• • 


70- 12 

70-12 


56-57 
56-57 













Percentage 


of 
















Main workers to 
total population 
1- ■ ^ 


Marginal workers to 
total population 




Fotal workers 
to toal popu- 
lation 
ji.. 




Non-workers 

to total 
population 


1 




P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


> 
F 


P 


M 


F 






11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


Idnkki 


T 
R 
U 


34-62 
34-86 
29-45 


48-58 
48-65 
47 05 


20 12 
20-54 
11-43 


3 15 
3 24 
1-33 


2 93 
2-99 
1-70 


3 37 
3 49 
94 


37-77 
38 10 
30 78 


51-51 
51-64 
48-75 


23-49 
24 03 
12-37 


62-23 
61 90 
69 22 


48 49 
48-36 
51 25 


76-51 
75-97 
87 63 


1 . Devicolam 


T 
R 

TT 


40-07 
40-07 


49-94 
49-94 


29-58 
29-58 


3-03 
303 


2-84 
2-84 


3-24 
3-24 


43- 10 
43-10 


52-78 
52-78 


32-82 
32-82 


56-90 
56-90 


47-22 
47-22 


67-18 
67-18 


2. Udumbanchola 


T 
R 
U 


34-33 
34-35 
30-96 


50-12 
50-13 
49-14 


17-78 
17-81 
12-25 


3-11 
3-13 


2-65 
2-66 


3-59 
3-61 


37-44 
37-48 
30-96 


52-77 
52-79 
49-14 


21-37 
21-42 
12-25 


62-56 
62-52 
69-04 


47 23 
47-21 
50-86 


78-63 
78-58 
87-75 


3. Thodupazha 


T 

R 

•U 


30-03 
30-16 
29-38 


47-74 
47-90 
46-94 


11-97 
12-09 
11-39 


2-89 
317 
1-89 


2-56 
2-70 
1-79 


3-23 
3-65 
0-99 


32-92 
33-33 
30-77 


50-30 
50-60 
48-73 


15-20 
15-74 
12-38 


67 08 
66-67 
69-23 


49-70 
49-40 
51-27 


84-80 
84 ^O 
87-62 


4. Peermade 


T 
R 
U 


36-55 
36-55 


45-27 
45-27 


27-64 
27-64 


3-74 
3-74 


4-18 
4-18 


3-29 
3-29 


40-29 
40-29 


49-45 
49-45 


30-93 
30-93 


59-71 
59-71 


50-55 
50-55 


69-07 
69-07.' 



(vi) Literacy 

73. There are 655,268 literates in the district of 
which 357,128 are males and 298,140 are females. The 
rate of literacy in 1951 was only 44-05 per cent but it 
showed considerable increase to 56-42 per cent in 1971 
and 67-44 per cent in 1981. The literacy rate of 
rural areas is 67-07 per cent as against 75-05 per cent 
for urban areas. Male literacy rate is 72- 15 per cent 
as compared to 62-55 per cent for females. Coming to 
taluks literacy rates is higher in Thodupuzha taluk for 
total (75-13) for rural (75-14) for urban (7512) for 
males (77-93) and for females (72-28). Male literacy 
rate is more than 70 per cent in all taluks except 
Devicolam. Female literacy exceeds 70 per cent only 
in Thodupuzha taluk and lowest in Devicolam (49-38) 
taluk. 



(vii) Scheduled Castes 

74. As per the 1981 census therearc 133,177 sche- 
duled castes in the district of which 130,690 live in 
rural areas and2,487 in urban areas. 13-71 per cent of 
the total population of the district are scheduled castes. 
This works out to 5-2 per cent of the Scheduled castes 
of the state. Devicolam and Peermade taluks have 
the largest percentages of scheduled caste population 
with 28-18 per cent and 26-28 per cent respectively. 

(viii) Scheduled Tribes 

75. In the district there are 38,712 scheduled tribes. 
Of this 449 persons live in urban areas. The pro- 
portion of scheduled tribe population to the total 
population of the district is 3-98 per cent which is 14-8 
per cent of the total scheduled tribe population of the 



16 



state. 48 per cent of ihe sclieduled tribe population 
of the district arc in Thodupuzha taluk. Pctrmade 
taluk has only 2,998 scheduled tribes in 1981, though 
its taluk-wise preportion is sl'ghtly jiigher than 
Udumbr.nchola taluk. 

(i.x) Workers and Xon-workers 

-(rt) Alain workers 

76. As per the 1981 census there are main \vorkcrs 
in til is district poscssing the highest rate among 
the districts with 34-62 per cei.t which is 
8 ])oint higher than that of the state average 
(2 ;i3 per cejit). The mal ■ and female work 
par: cipation rates for 1981 ar-- 48-58 per ccr.t 
and 20-12 p-- r c nt respectively. The work parii- 
cip;.tion rate is higher in rural areas than in 
urban areas.- Amnng the taluks Devicolam taluk 
li.,s the largest \'iork participation rate (40*07 per 
cent). The male rates ranges from 45-27 per 
cent in Peermaelj taluk and 50-12 per cent in 
Udumbanchola i:duk. The work participation 
rates of female is higher in Devicolam taluk 
(29-58) and lowest in Tjiodupuzha taluk (11-97). 
There is no considerable disparity in the male 
work participation rates in the rural and urban 
areas, though the female work participation 
rate shows a higher rate in rural areas by 9 points. 

(6) Marginal workers 

I'l. Marginal workers constitute 3-15 per cent of 
the total popidation of the district which is almost 
comparable to the state average of 3-85 per cent. 
The percentage of marginal workers is higher in 
rural areas (3-23) compared to urban areas (1-33). 
In the whole district as well as in riu-al areas 
female marginal workers are higher as against in 
urban areas. Largest proportion of marginal 
woikers is in Peermadc taluk (3-74 per cent.) 

f 

[c) J'-.'or.-workers 

78. ctf the t^tr.l population 62-23 percent are 
non-workers. The p rcentage of non-workers in the 
urb;-n areas (69-22) is lightly higher as compared 
to that of rural r.reas (61-90). There is an 
app-.cciable difference between the percentage of 
male and f male non-workers, the percentage 
b'iii.g 48-49 and 76-51 respectively. Among the 
taluks th; proportion of non-workers are higher in 
Thodupuzha tai .k (^67-08) and lower in Devicolam 
taluk (56-90). 

Village--wise census data 

(i) Population: 

79. There are 42 villages in the district. 35 whole 
villages and 7 part villages lie in rural areas of the 
district. . Unlike other districts this district has only 
2 villages having the population of less than 2000. 



TABLE 5 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY 
POPULATION RANGES 



Range of population 
1 

Total 

Less than 200 
200-499 
.'500-1999 
2000-4999 
5000-9999 
10000-14999 
I5000-I9999 
20000-24999 
2.')000-29999 
30000-34999 
35000-39999 
40000-1- 



Number of 
villages in 
each range 

2 
42 

'f 
1 
4 
5 
8 
7 
1 
5 
3 
1 
G 



Percentage of 
villages in 
each range 

3 
100-00 

2-38 

2-38 

9-52 
11-91 
19- 05 
16-66 

2-38 
11-91 

7-14 

2-38 
14-29 



80. About three-fourth of the villages in 'he district 
have a population of more than 10,000. The most 
populous village is Kalkoonthal of Uelumbanchola 
with a population of 85,626. The other 5 villages 
which have a population of more than 40,000 are 
A'lannamkandam (43,704) and Kainandevan hills 
(78,833) of Devicolam taluk, Konnathady (52,358) 
and Pampadumpara (47,502) of Udumbanchola taluk 
and Periyar village (46,707) of Pcermade'taluk. The 
least populous village is Thodupuzha with a popu- 
lation of 41 7 as its major portion lie in the Thodupuzha 
Municipal town. 

(ii) Density 

81. All the villages of this district are not thickly 
populated. There are only 8 villages which have a 
density of over 500. Kodikulam village of 
Thodupuzha taluk has the highest density of 765 
persons per sq. km. The 
density of more than SCO 
Kumaramangalam (586), 
Karikkodo (544) Karimkuanam (505) Udufnbannoor 
(622) and VcUiyamattom (552) of Thodupuzha taluk. 
In Mlappara village of Peermade taluk, ih "re are 
only 6 persons in a sq. km. as i s major portion is 
covered by the Periyar Game Sanctuary. The other 
two villages which are haviixg a de isity of Itss than 
50 persons per sq. km. arc Keezhanthoor (45) and 
Kottakomboor (36) villages of Devicolam taluk. 

TABLE 6 
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES BY DENSITY 

Total number ol' Percentage of 
villages in villages ia 

Range of density each density each density 

(per sq. km.) range range 

1 2 3 

Total 

-10 
11-20 
21-50 
51-100 
101-200 
201-300 
301-50U 
son- 



other villages having a 
arc Manakkad (598), 
(535), 



Karumannoor 



42 


100 00 


1 


2-38 


'2 


4-76 


4 


9-52 


6 


14-29 


6 


14-29 


15 


35-71 


8 


19-05 



17 



106/509— II 



(iii) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes 

82. All the villages have scheduled caste population. 
About 50 per cnt of the total population of 
Kannand'ivan hills village of Devicolam taluk arc 
schedukd castes. The other villages having scheduled 
f-astes of 20 per c-ut or more of the total population 
are Pallivasal (20-95) Marayoor (26-10) and 
Kanthalloor (22-64) of Devicolam taluk, Chinnakanal 
(36-46) of Udumb:mchola taluk, Pasxipparu (21-44), 
Elappara (33 14), Peermade (37-47), Periyar (26-61) 
and ALappara (23-34) villages of Peermade taluk. 



84. Out of 133,177 scheduled castes and 38,712 
scheduled tribes in the district, only 2,487 scheduled 
castes and 449 scheduled tribes live in towns. In 
Idukki township there arc 799 scheduled castes and 
33o scheduled tribes while in Thodupuzha municipality 
there are 1 ,688 scheduled castes and 1 1 1 scheduled 
tribes. 



T.\BLE 9 

PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES 
SCHEDULED TRIBES POPULATION IN TOWNS 



■ TABLE 7 
















'ROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTE POPULATION 
TO TOTAL POPULATION IN THE VILLAGES 




Total 


Total 
SC 


Total 

ST 


Percentage 
of SC popu- 
lation to 


Percentage 
of ST popu- 
lation to 


Percentage range of 






popu- 


K)pu- 


popu- 


total popu- 


total popu- 


scheduled caste 




Town 


lation 


ation 


lation 


lation 


lation 


population Number of 


Percentage of 


1 


- 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


to total villages in 


villages in 














population each range 


each range 


All towns 


44,629 


2,487 


449 


5-57 


1-01 


1 2 


3 


IdukVi 












Total 42 


100 00 


Township 


8,886 


799 


338 


8-99 


3-80 


Nil 




Thodupuzha 












Less than 6 18 


42-86 


(M) 


35,743 


1,688 


111 


4-72 


0-31 


6-10 11 


. 26.19 














11-15 1 


2-38 














16-20 3 


7-14 














21-30 5 


11-91 


(iv) Literacy 










31 and above 4 


9-52 















S3. Scheduled irib.s live in all village -s except 
Tliodupuzha (pari) village. Among the villages 
the proportion of scheduled tribes is highest in 
Kottakomboor village of Devicolam taluk with 37-73 
per cent followed by Vattavada villag.^ (32-11) of the 
same taluk. More than onefourth of the total popu- 
lation are scheduled tribes in Keezhanthoor village 
(29-72) of D.;vicolam taluk and Velliyamattom village 
(27-88 per cent) of Thod ipuzha taluk. Th", other 
villages which are having scheduled tribe of more than 
10 per cent of xh." tot.il population arc M.innain- 
kandam (10-90 per cent), Kanthalloor (12-30 per cent) 
of Devicolam taluk, Udumbanoor ,10-88 per cent), 
Kudayathuv (16-% per cent), Arakkulam (18-96 per 
cent) and Idukki (14-36 per cent) villages of Thodu- 
puzha taluk and Mlappara village (13-92 per cent) of 
Peermade taluk. More than 66 per cent of the 
villages have scheduled tribes of less than 6 per cent 
of th-: total population. 

•r.\BLE 8 

PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED TRIBE POPULATION 
TO TOTAL POPULATION IN THE VILLAGE 



85. The rural literacy rate is 6707 per cent. 31 
villages having a population of more than 10,000 
recoid an average literacy rate of 67-43 p< r cent. 
Literacy rate is highest in Manakkad village (81-06) 
followed by Thodupuzha (part) (80-58) all in 
Thodupuzha taluk. The lowest literacy is registered 
in Kottakomboor village of Devicolam taluk (7-47) 

TABLE 10 

UTERACY RATES BY POPULATION 
RANGES OF VILLAGES 



Range of 


No. 


of 


v^iliages 


General literacy 


jjopulation 


in 


each 


I range 


rate 


1 . 






2 


3 


Total 






42 


67 07 


—200 










200—499 






1 


80-58 


.500—1999 






1 


7-45 


2000-^999 






4 


47-10 


5000—9999 






". 


67-40 


10.000+ 






31 


67-4:5 



Percentage ran^c of 

scheduled uibe 

po julation 

to total 

population 

1 

Total 

Nil 

Less than 6 

6-15 
16-25 
26-35 
36-50 
51 and above 



No. of villages 
in each range 

2 

1 
28 
6 
3 
3 
1 



Percentage of 
villages in 
each range 

3 

100-00 

2-38 
66-67 
14-29 

7- 14 

714 

2-38 



Analysis of Village Directory data 

86. The anlysis of amenities available in ii;<.- village 
Directory is based on the data supplied by tJic village 
ofEciab as on 1st October, 1979. The statt ment are 
presented for each taluk showing the number of 
educational and medical institutions and other 
amenities available in each village. A ta!uk-wise 
abstract showing die number of each ami mties in 
each taluk is also presented in this volume. 



18 



TABLE 11 



District/taluk 
1 

Idukki 

1 . Devicolam 

2 . Udumbanchola 

3. Thodupuzba 

4. Peermade 



DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE AVAILABIUTY OF DIFFERENT AMENITIES 

Xuniber (with perceatage) of village' having one or more of the following amenities 

Xo. of , * : — 

inhabited , Drinkin.'? Post and Communi- Approach by Power 

villages Educational Medical water telegraph Market cation pucca road supply 

2 34 5 6 78 9. 10 



42 38(90-48) 37(88 10) 

9 8 1,88 -89) 7(77-78i 

12 11(91-67) 11(91-67) 

15 14(93-33) 14(93-33) 

6 5(83-33) 5(83-33) 



42(100-00) 39(92 86) 21(5000) 42(100-00) 

9 (100-OOj 8 (88-89) 3 (33-33) 9 (10000, 

12(100-00) 11(91-^67) 5v41-67) 12(10000) 

15(100-00) 14(93-33) 9(60-00) 15(10000) 

6(100-00) 6(10000) 4(66-67) 6(10000) 



.40(95 24) 42(100-00) 

8 '88-89) 9 (lOO-OO) 

12(100-00) 12(100 00) 

14 r93-33) 15 (10000) 

6 (100-00) 6 (100-00) 



{J7. All the 42 villages have the facilities of drinking 
water, coinmiinications and power supply. Chathu- 
rangapara village of Udumbanchola taluk, Thodu- 
puzha (part) of Thodupuzha taluk and Mlappara 
village of Peermade taluk are yet to be developed in 
respect of all facilities. Keezhanthoor village of 
D^^vicolam taluk has no medical facilities. Only half 
of tlie villages are having markets. The number of 



villages liaving market is low in Devicolam luluk 
(3 villages) and Udumbanchola taluk (5 villages). 
In other taluks more than 60 per ceat of the villages 
have markets. Tliere is no pucca voad in Kjtta- 
komboor village of Devicolam taluk. 

88. The proportion of rural population served by 
different amenities are furnished in the following 
table. 











TABLE 


12 














PROPORTION OF RURAL POPULATION SERVED BY DIFFERENT AMENITIES 








District/Taluk 


Total popu- 
lation of 
inhabited 
villages in 
the taluk 




Proportion of rural population served 

A 


by the amenity of 






Educa- 
tional 


Medical 


Drinking Post and 
water Telegraph 


Market/ 
Hat 


Communi 
cation 


Approach 
- by pucca 
road 


\ 

Power 
supply 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 




Iddiikhi 


927,007 


99 00 


98 67 


100 00 99-37 


71 97 


100 00 


99 81 


100-00 


1. 


Devicolam 


179,327 


- 99-27 


97-57 


100-00 99-27 


31-36 


100-00 


99 •27 


100 00 


2. 


Udumbanchola 


351,298 


93-84 


98-84 


100-00 98-84 


68-40 


100-00 


100-00 


10000 


3. 


Thodupuzha 


221,793 


99-81 


99-81 


10000 99-81 


62-66 


100-00 


99-81 


100-00 


4. 


Peermade 


174,589 


98-02 


98-02 


100-00 100-00 


81-34 


100-00 


100-00 


10000 



89 . All the 1 ural population are served by the ameni- 
ties cf drinking water, communica-iion and power sup- 
ply. More than 99 per cent of the riual population' are 
having the facility of education, post and telegraph 
and approach to village by pucca roads, while 98.67 
per cent, and 7 1.97 per cent of the rural population are 
servv'd by the amenities of m-rdical and marktts res- 
pectively. In Peermade taluk all the rui-al population 
are having the facility of post and telegraph and 
approach by pucca roads. The proportion of the 
rural population of this taluk having market is not 
much lower as compared to other taluks, the lowest 
being 62* 66 per cent in Thodupuzha taluk. 

90. Tlie proximity of the amenities which arc not 
available withii\ the \-illage limits ai-c furnished in die 
following table. 



TABLE 13 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES NOT HAVING 

CERTAIN AMENITIES ARRANGED BY 

DISTANCE RANGES FROM THE 

PLACES WHERE THESE .ARE 

AVAILABLE 

Number of villages where the amenity is 
not available at a disuncc of 



X^illacc not t— 












having the 
amenity of 

1 


— 5 km 
2 


5— 10 km 
3 


10 


rkm 
1 


Total 
(cob. 2—4) 

5 


1. Educational 

2. Medical 

3. Post and Tele- 

graph 

4. Market/hat 


3 
3 

2 

3 


1 
1 

3 




1 
15 


4 
5 
3 

21 



91 . Out of the 4 villages which arc not having the 
educational facilities 3 villages having the facility 
within 5 km. and one village have it at a distance of 



19 



more than 10 km. 3 villages without any post and 
telegiaph office have to track upio 10 km for the 
facility. Out of 2 1 villages which arc not having 
markets the people of 15 villages have to seek the 



amenity after tracking a distance of more tlian 10 km. 
The following tabic presents the distribution of villages 
according to the distance from the nearest town and 
the availability of different amenities. 



TABLE 14 

DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE DISTANCE FROM THE NEAREST TOWN AND 

AVAILABILITY OF DIFFERENT AMENITIES 



Distance range 

from the 

nearest town 

(in km) 

1 

Total 

—5 
6 —15 
16—50 
51 + 
Unspecified 



No. of 

iiihabiteU , 

villages in Educa- 
cach range tional 

2 3 



Number (with percentage) of villages having the amenity of 



Medical 
4 



Drinking 
water 



42 

3 

9 

20 

10 



38(90-48) 

2 (6G-67) 

9 (100-00) 

17 (85-00) 

10(100-00) 



37 (88-10) 42 (100-00) 

2 (66-67) 3 (100-00) 

9 (10000) 9 (100-00) 

16(80-00) JO (100-00) 

10(100-00) 10(100-00) 



Post and 
Telcjriaph 

6 

39 (92 36) 

2 (66-67) 

9 (106-00) 
18 (90-00) 

10 (100-00) 



Market/ 
Hat 



21 (50-00) 
1 (33-33) 
6 (66-67) 
8 (40-00) 
6 (60 00) 



Communi- 
cation 

8 

42 (100.00) 

3 (100-00) 

9(100-00) 

20 (100-00) 

10 (100-00) 



.\pproach by 
|)iicca road 

9 

40 (95-24) 
2 ('35-67) 

9 (100.00) 
19 ('iVOO) 

10 (100-00) 



Power 
supply 

I!. 

42(100-00) 

3(100-00) 

9 (10000) 

20 (liio-00) 

' 10 (100-00) 



92. Since Idiikki District has a vast rtiral area most 
of the villages are far away from the town. Only ;hree 
villages are lying within the distance of 5 km. fiotn the 
town and 9 villages at a distance range of 6-15 km. 



20 oui of 42 villages lie within the distance range of 
16-50 km, 10 villages lying at a distance of more 
than 50 km. from the tovsoi have almo:=t rJl the facili- 
ties within the village limit. 



TABLE 15 
DISTRIBUTION OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO POPULATION RANGE AND AMENITIES AVAILABLE 



Population 
range 

1 

Total 

Upto 499 
500-1,999 
2,000-4,999 
5,000 + 



No. of 

inhabited < 

villa.ges in Educa- 

each range tional 

2 3 



Number (with percentage) of villages having the rxraenity of 



Medical 
4 



Drinking 
water 



Post and 
Telegraph 

6 



Market/ 
Hat 

7 



Communi 
cation 

8 



Approach by Power 
pucca road supply 

9 10 



42 38(90-48) 37 (88'10) 42(10000) 39(92-86) 

1 .. .. 1 (100-00) 

1 .. .. ' 1 (100-00) 

4 2(50-001 1(25-00) 4(100-00) 3(75-00) 



21 (50-00) 42 (10000) 

1 (100-00) 
1 (100-00) 



40 (95-24) 



42 (100-00) 

1 (100-00) 
1 (lOOOO) 



4(100-00) 4(10000) 4(100-00^ 
36 36(100-00) 36(100-00) 36(100-00) 36(100-00) 21 (.58-33) 36(10000) 36 (,100 00) 36(100-00) 



93. Out of 36 villages having a population of more 
than 5,000 all thr villages are having all the amcritif s 
except market in 15 villages. Out of 4 villages within 
the population rn.rge of 2000^999, 2 vilkgcs have 
ediic itional facilities and only ore village have medical 
faciii'ies. The remaining two villages having the 
popiilation up to 2,000 arc not having any facilities 
exc pt drinking water, communication and fjowcr 
supply. 

Land use 

94. The Ministry of Food and Agriculture has 
rccoin..iended tin; adoption of the following categories 
ur.di r land use in the presentation of data. 

1 . Forests 

2. Not available for cultivation 

(a) Land pxit to non-agricultural use 
{b) Barren and tm-cultivable lands 

3. Other un-cultivated lands excluding fallow 
lands. 

(fl) Permanent pastures and otii'i grazing land. 



{h) Lands uider miscellaneous tree crops and 

groves not included in the net area sown. 
[c) Culturable waste 

4. Fallow lands 

(a) Fallow lands other thr.n c-anx.it fallows 

[b) Gurrci:t fallows 

5. Ni t area sown 

95. There are 231.606-88 hectares of land fall 
undf-r forests which works out to 45-78 per cent of the 
tot.il rural area of tli.: district. Dtvicolani, Thoduiiiizha 
and PcernK.de taluks have forest area of above 55 per 
cent. But in Udumbarichola taluk .he forest ar;-^a is 
very low though major portion of the taluk is covered 
under cardamom estates. About 75 per cent of 
Udumbai.chola taluk have cultvated land which is 
larger than the extent in other taluks. There is pra- 
ctically no irrigated lands in th'- district. The pcr- 
centuge of culturable waste in the district is 7-52. It 
is higher m Peermade taluk (12-71 per cent) followed 
by Udumbanchola taluk (U -28 per cent). 



20 



T.\BLE 16 

DISTRIBUTION OF LAND USE AREA (PER CENT) 

Cultivated 
Land 



Disti'ct/Taluk Forest 



1 

Idnkki 

1 . Devicolam 

2. Udumbanchola 
3 Thodupuzha 

4. Pe^rmade 



Irriga. 
ted 



Un- Cultu- Area 
irri- rable not 
gated waste, availa- 
ble for 
culti- 
vation 

2 3 4 5 6 

45-78 1-46 38a4 /•52 7-10 

56-99 2-41 30-35 3-96 6-29 

0-54 0-84 72-91 11-28 14-43 

55-20 2-38 31-73 2-62 807 

60-95 0-OS 24-78 12-71 1-53 



96. Seven per cent of the total rural area of the 
district is not available for cultivation due to various re- 
asons. In Peermade taluk only 1-53 per cent of land is 
not available for cultivation while in Udumbanchola 
taluk it is 14-43 per cent. In Devicolam and 
Peermade taluks the percentage of area not available 
for cultivation are 6-29 per cent and 8-07 per cent 
respectively. Though Idukki is a hilly tract only 16 
villages have forest areas within the village boundary 
i.e. 7 villages in De icolam taluk, one village in 
Udumbanchola taluk, 5 in Thodupuzha taluk and 
three in Peermade taluk. In other villages most of 
the land are cultivable. More than 90 per cent of the 
area arc under thick foiest in 3 villages, the maximum 
forest area being 98-69 per cent in Mlappara village of 
Peermade taluk, where the Periyar Game sanctuary 
is located. The other two villages are Marayur (90-37 
j)er cent) and Idukki (93-07 percent). Villages which 
are having larger content of forest lands are J^Iarmam- 
kandam (69-22 per cent), Keezhanthoor (51-27 per 
cent) Kannan Devan hills (49-39 per cent) of 
Devicolam taluk and Periyar village (71-74 per cent) 
of Peermade taluk. The cultivable land is more in 
Udumbanchola taltik with 85-02 per cent as against 
thr- district average of 47 per cent. 









TABLE 17 






DISTRIBUTION OF vn.T.AGE ACCORDING 
TO LAND USE 




District/ 
Taluk 


No- of 
inhabi- 
ted 
villages 


Total area* 
in 
hectares 


Percentage 

' of cultivable 

area to total 

area 


Percentage of 
irrigated area 
to total culti- 
vable area 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 




Idukki 


42 


505923-61 


47 12 


3-10 


1- 


Devicolam 


9 


177415-68 


36-72 


6-57 


2- 


Udumban- 
chola 


12 


106755-29 


85 02 


0-98 


3- 


Thodupuzha 15 


90970-64 


36-73 


6-49 


4- 


Peermade 


6 


130782-00 


37-52 


0-08 



97. 42 per cent of the total land use'area is irrigated 
jn Karikkode (pan) village of Thodupuzha taluk. The 
other villages having irrigated area more than 10 j)er 
cent of the land use area are Vattavada (12.74 per 
cent) of Devicolam taluk and Kodikulam (15.71 p»cr 
cent) of Thodupuzha taluk. 

Analysis of Town Directory data 

98. The status, growth history, physical aspects and 
location, municipal finance, various amenities like 
educational, medical, sewage facilities, electrification, 
drinking water, etc. and trade, commerce, industry 
etc., of each town as on 1979 arc presented in the 6 
Town Directory statements. The follo\ving table 
illostrate the growth, density and sex ratio of urban 
population in the district compared to state as a whole 
from 1951 onwards. 

T.^BLE 18 

GROWTH, DENSITY AND SEX RATIO OF URBAN 

POPULATION Ut THE DISTRICT IN RELATION 

TO THE STATE 



1 

1 . Total population 



Census 
year 


Idukki 
District 


Kerala 
State 


2 


3 


4 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


331,603 13,549,118 
580.235 16,903,715 
765,608 21,347.375 
971,636 25,453,680 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


10,662 

25.262 
44,629 


18,25,832 

25,541,141 

3,466,449 

4,771,275 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


3-22 

3-30 
4-59 


13.48 
15-11 
16-24 
18-74 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


■+ 76-66 


+ 52-72 
+ 39-89 
+ 35-72 
+ 37-64 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


N A- 

"909 
662 


N-A. 
2,285 
2,585 
2,669 


1951 
1961 
1971 
1981 


737 
976 


992 

991 

997 

1,021 



*The total area is according to village papeis and do not 
agree with the area figures under rural areas derived irom 
the area figures supplied by the Suiveyor General, India- 



2 - Urban population 



3- Percentage of 

urban population 



4- Decadal percentage 
variation in urban 
population 

5 • Urban density 

(population per 

sq-km) 

6. Se.\ ratio (nimiber 
of females per 
1000 males) 



N,.\. Not available 

99. From 1931 Census Thoduptizha was a town. In 
1951 Census three towns were added, but all of them 
were declassified in the 1961 Census. Munnar and 
Thodupuzha were again treated as town in the 1971 
Census while in the 1981 Census, Mvinnar was again 
declassified. Idukki township was newly formed in this 
Census. The urban population of 1971 was worked 
out as 33 per cent of the total population and the 
percentage has gone upto 4-59 within a decade. But the 
decadal growth rate shows a higher rate of about 77 
per cent. But the urban density diminishes to 6S2 
persons p>er sq. km from 909 in 1971. The sex ratio 



21 



106/509—12 



gradually increasis from 878 to 976 females per 1000 
males. There are 799 and 1688 scheduled castes and 
338 and 1 1 1 scheduled tribes in Idukki township and 
Thodupuzha municipality respectively 

TABLE 19 
UTERACY RATES FOR TOWNS 

Town 
(in alphabetical order) 

All Towns 

Idukki township (Udumbanchola 
taluk) 

Thodupuzha (M) (Thodupuzha 
taluk) 



General literacy rate 
75 05 

71-94 

75-82 



100. The literacy of urban population of the district 
as well as Thodupuzha (M) is about 75 per cent while 
that of Idukki to\vnship is about 72 per cent. 

101. New towns added and declassified towns as in 
1981 is furnished below: 



TABLE 20 

NEW TOWNS/TOWNS DECLASSIFIED 
IN 1981 CENSUS 



Town 



Treated 
as town 
for the Popula- 
first time in tion 

(1981) 
2 3 



Treated 
as town 

for the Popula- 
first time in tion 
Town (1981) 

4 5 6 



Newly added in 
1981 Census 
Idukki township 



1981 



Declassified towns 
of 1981 Census 
8.886 Munnar 



1951 5,460 



102. Idukki township is newly form« d constituting 
the portion of Mariapuram kara of Kalkoonthal village 
of Udumbanchola taluk and portion of Vazhathopc, 
Cheruthoni and Painavu karas of Idukki village of 
Thodupuzha taluk. Munnar town of Dev-colam taluk 
was declassified as the three-fold criteria was not 
satisfied. Per capita receipt and expenditure of 
Thodupuzha town is prescribed in the following tables 



TABLE 21 
PER CAPITA RECEIPT AND EXPENDITURE IN TOWNS 

Per capita 









Receipt 

A. 








Expenditure 




-% 


Class, name and civic 
status of the town 

1 


Total 
2 


Receipt 
through 
taxes 

3 


Receipt 
from alj 
other 
sources 

4 


Total 
expen- 
diture 

5 


General 
admini- 
stration 

6 


Expendi- 
ture on 
public 
health 
and con- 
veniences 

7 


Public 
works 

a 


E3q>cndi- 

ture on 

public 

institutions 

9 


^ 

Other 
aspects 

10 


Totsl 

V Idukki Township 




10.32 


1-65 


8.67 

NA 


25-82 


7 81 


1-03 


10-46 


1 26 


5-25 


III Thodupuzha 


(M) 


10-32 


1-65 


8-67 


25-82 


7-81 


103 


10-46 


1-26 


5-25 



103. The details of municipal finance is available 
only in respect of Thodupuzha municipal town. The 
total per capita receipt through taxes and other sources 
is only 10 -32 while the total expenditure is]calculated as 
25-82. 

104. The availability of schools per 10000 popula- 
tion in each to^v^l is furnished here under. 

TABLE 22 
SCHOOLS PER 10,000 POPULATION IN TOWNS 

Number per 10,000 population in Towns 



Class, 
name and 
civic status 
of tow-n 

1 



Second- 
Higher Second- dary/ 
ary/Inter/PUC/ Matri- Junior Second- 

culation ary/Middle Primary 

3 



Jimior College 
2 







V Idukki 

Township 

III Thodupuzha (M) 



2-25 



1-68 



4 
3-38 

1-96 



5 
9-00 

3-36 



105. There are no higher secondary/PUC/Junior 
College in the urban areas of Idukki district. Idukki 
township stands foremost with 2-25 secondary schools. 



3-38 Middle schools and 9 Primaiy schools per 10,000 
population while Thodupuzha municipal town has 
1 -68 Secondary schools, 1-96 Middle schools and 3-36 
primary schools. 

TABLE 23 

NUMBER OF BEDS IN MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS 
IN TOWNS 



Class, name and ciAc status 
of the town 

1 

V Idukki Tuwnship 
III Thodupuzha (M) 



Number of beds in medical 
institution per 1,000 
population 

2 

9-00 
3-80 



106. The Government^medical institutions Oiily arc 
given in Statement V of Town Directory. There are 3 
Allopathic and 1 Ayurvedic hospital in the district. 
Altogether there are 216 beds in these institutions. 
Thcie arc 9 beds per 1000 population in Idukki 
township while there are 3-80 beds in Thodupuzha 
municipality. 



22 



TABLE 24 107. The most important commodities manufac- 

MOST IMPORTANT COMMODITY MANUFACTURED, tured/exported and impoited are given in statement VI 

EXPORTED AND IMPORTED IN TOWNS -^ Town Directory. Pepper is the most important com- 

Class, name and Most important commodity modity manufactured and exported from Idukki 

CIVIC status , *■ -< 

of the town Manufactured Exported Imported Township. Vegetables are mostly imported in this 

1 2 3 4 town. In Thodupuzha Municipality PVG Pipes are 

V Idukki Pepper Pepper Vegetables manufactiued, dried ginger are exported and building 

Township ^ . , . . , 

III Thodupuzha P.V.G. Pipes Dried Building materials are unported. 

(M) Ginger materiaJs 



23 



PART A 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY AND TOWN DIRECTORY 



Paok. 



Section I Village Directory 27 

Section II Town Directory 45 



25 

106,509—13 



SECTION I 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY 



Page 

Abbreviations used in the Village Directory 29 

Village Directory of Devicolam Taluk 30 

Village Directory of Udumbanchola Taluk 30 

Village Director)' of Thodupuzha Taluk 34 

Village Directory of Peermade Taluk 34 

Appendix I 38 

Appendix 11 40 

Appendix III . 40 

Appendix IV 40 



27 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE VILLAGE DIRECTORY 



Educational facilities 

P . . Primary or Elementary School 

M . . Junior Secondary or Middle School 

H . . Mauiculation or Secondary 

PUC . Higher Secondary/rmermediate/Pre- 

University/Junior College 

C . • College, any college (graduate level and 

above) like. Arts, Science, Commerce 
etc. 

I . . Industrial School 

TR . . Training School 

AC . . Adult Literacy Class/Centre 

O . . Other educational institutions. These 

may include Sanskrit Pathshals, Senior 
Basic School, Makhta be, etc. 

Medical facilities 

H . . Hospital 

MGW . . Maternity and Chi'd Welfare Centre 

MH . . Maternity Home 

CWC . . Child Welfare Centre 

HC . . Health Centre 

PHC . . Primary Health Centic 

PHS . . Primary Health Sub centre 

D . . Dispensary 

FPC . . Family Planning Centre 

TB .. T. B. Clinic 

NH . . Nursing Home 

RP , . . Registered Private Pracritioher 

SMP . . Subsidised Medical Practitioner 

CHW . . Community Health Worker 

O . . Others 

Drinking water facilities 

T . . Tap water 

W .. Well water 

TK .. Tank water 

RW . . Tube-well water 

HP . . Hand pump 

R . . River water 

P . . Fountain 

C . . Canal 

L . . Lake 

S . . Spring 

N .. Nallah 

O . . Others 

NA . . Information not available 



Post and Telegraph 

PO . . Post Office 

TO .. Telegraph Office 

PTO . . Post and Telegraph Office 

Phone . . Teleohone Connection 



Communications 

BS . . Bus 

RS . . Railway Station 

Navigable waterway 



NW 



(including river, 
canal, backwaters, etc.) 



Approach to village 



PR 


. . Pucca road 


KR 


Kaccha road 


FP 


Footpath 


NR 


. . Navigable r'ver 


NC 


. . Navigable canal 


NW 


. . Navigable waterway (other than river or 




canal) 



Electrification facilities 

ED . . Electricity for domestic purpose 
EAG . . Electricity for agriculture 
EO . . Electricity for other purpose like indu- 
strial, conmiercial, etc. 
EA . . Electricity for all purposes listed abova 



Irrigated by source 



GC 


. . Government canal 


PC 


. . Private canal 


WS 


.. Well (without electricity) 


WE 


Tube-will (without electricity) 


TWE 


. . Tube-well (with electricity) 


TK 


. . Tank 


R 


... River 


L 


. . Lake 


WF 


. . Waterfall 


O 


. . Others 


T 


. . Totel 



106/509—14 



29 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY— 



Amenities available 
broad rangei 



SI. 

No. 


Name of village 


1 


2 


1 
2 
3 

4 


MannamlcaDdani 

Vellathooval 

Pallivasal 

Kanuan Devan Hills 


5 


Marayoor 


6 


Keezhanthoor 


7 


Kanthalloor 


8 


Kottakomboor 


9 


Vattavada 



Total area 

of the 

village 

(in hectares) 

3 



81,459-97 
4,811-70 
6,240-30 

55,687-04 

10,806-78 
6,787-67 
4,841 -49 
3,602-96 
3,177-77 



Total 

population 

and number oT 

households 



43,704 (9,301) 

23,355 (4,273) 

14,771 (3,004) 

78,833 (15,718) 

6,970 (1,551) 

3,052 (705) 

5,088 (1,032) 

1,312 (256) 

2,242 (523) 



Educational 
5 



DEVICOLAM 



P(14), M(4), H(3), 0(2) 
P(9), M(3), H(3), .\C(2) 
P(45. M(2j, H(2) 
P(4f), M(3), H(2). 0(3) 

P(3), M(l), H(l) 

P(2). 0(1) 

P(3),M(!),H(1), 0(1) 

—(—5 km.), 

P(l) 



Total 



177,415-68 



179,327 (36,363) 



P(83), M(M), H(12), AC(2), 0(7) 













in>UMBANCHOLA 


1 


Konnathady 


17.397-69 


52,358 


(9,669) 


P(8).M(7) H(l) 


a 


Rajakkad 


9,421-38 


32,009 


(5,928) 


P(ll), M(7),H(3) 


3 


Cbinnakanal 


8,473-83 


13,102 


(2,600) 


P(21), M(l), AC(6), 0(1) 


4 


Santhanpara 


7,971-00 


12,272 


(2,682) 


P(4), M(3), H(l) 


5 


Chathurangappara 


2,992-16 


4,076 


(974) 


— (10+km) 


6 


Udumbanchola 


6,207-75 


15,294 


(3,060) 


P(2), M(4), H(l) 


7 
8 


Kalkoonthal (Portion) 
Parathodc 


18,490-93 
5,662-69 


85,626 
17,067 


(15,286) 
(3,427) 


P(22),M(7),H(4), G(I) 
P(3),M(1),H(1) 


9 


Pampadumpara 


10,233-19 


47,502 


(8,839) 


P(12), M(6), H(4) 


10 


Vandanraettu 


6,758-24 


26,296 


(5,266) 


P(10). M(4), H(3) 


11 
12 


Ayyappancoil 
Chakkupallam 


7,620-49 
5,525-94 


28,506 
17,190 


(5,323) 
(3,779) 


P(7), M(5), H(3) 
P(2), M(l) 




Total 


106,755-29 


351,^98 


(66,833) 


P(102), M(46), H(21), 
C(l), AC(6), 0(l) 



30 



AMENITIES AND LAND USE, 1979 



(if not available within the village, a dash (— ) is showi in the column and next to it brackets, the distance in 
viz.,— 5 km. .5—10 km. and 10+km. of the nearest place where the facility is available is given) 



Medical 
6 

TALUK 

H(l), D(4) FPC(2), NH(1), 0(10) 

H(3), MCW(2), CVVC(2), D(5), 0(3) 

H(2),D(1),0(1) 

H(6), MCVV(2), CWC(l), D(I), 

FPC(l), 0(3) 
;H(2), D(1),FPC(1), 0(3) 

— (10+km. } 

D(2) 

— (—5 km.) 

PHC(1),D(1) 



Drinking 

water 
(potable) 

7 



T, W 
T, W 
T, W 
T, W 

T, W 

T, W, S 

T, W, S 

W, S 

W, C 



Post and 
Telegraph 

8 



PO, PTO, Phone 
PO, PTO, Phone 
PO, PTO, Phone 
PO, PTO, Phone 

PO 

PO 

PO 

—(—5 km) 
PO 



Communications 
Day or days (Bus stop. Rail 
of the market/ way station, 

hat, if 2my i 



Daily 
Sunday 
—(5—10 km) 
Sunday and 
Saturday 
—(10+km) 

—(10+km) 

—(10+km) 

—(10+km) 

—(10+km) 



tation, 
r way) 


Name of village 


SI. 
No. 


10 


2 


1 


BS 
BS 
BS 
BS 


Mannamkandam 

Vellathooval 

Pallivasal 

Kannan Devan Hills 


1 

a 

3 

4 


BS 


Marayoor 


5 


BS 


Keezhanthoor 


6 


BS 


Kanthalloor 


7 


BS 


Kottakomboor 


8 


BS 


Vattavada 


9 



H(14), MCW(4), CWC(3), PHC(l), 
D(16), FPC(4), NH(1), 0(20) 



TALUK 

H(2), PHC(l), PHS(1),D(2), 

FPC(l), 0(2) 
H(5),MH(1), PHS(l), D(4). 

FPC(1),0(7) 
H(1),PHS(1), D(2),0(l) 

H(2) MCW(l), PHS(2), FPC(l), 0(3) 

—(5—10 km.) 

D(2), NH(1), 0(2) 

H(3), MCVV(l), D(2), NH(3), 0(5) 
H(3),0(l) 

H(l), MH(1), D(3), FPC(l), 0(5) 

H(2), HC(1), FPC(2), NH(1), 0(2) 

H(1),PHS(2), D(4),FPC(1),0(5) 

D(1),FPC(1) 

H(20), MCW(2), MH(2), HC(1), 
PHC(l), PHS(7), D(20), FPC(8), 
NH(5), 0(33) 



\v 


PO 


Sunday 


BS 


Konnathady 


I 


T,W 


PO, TO, PTO, Phone 


—(10+km) 


BS 


Rajakkad 


2 


T, W 


PO, PTO 


—(10+km) 


BS 


Chinnakanal 


3 


T, W 


PO 


—(10+km) 


BS 


Santhanpara 


4 


W,C.S 


—(5—10 km) 


—(10+km) 


BS 


Chathurangappara 


5 


VV, S 


PO, PTO, Phone 


—(10+km) 


BS 


Udumbanchola 


6 


W 
T,W 


PO, PTO, Phone 
PO 


Sunday 
—(10+km) 


BS 
BS 


Kalkoontbal (Portion) 
Parathode 


7 
8 


W 

T,W 

T,W - 
W 


PO, TO. PTO, Phone 

PO, FitJ, Phone 

PO, TO, PTO, Phone 
PO, Phone 


Sunday, Tuesday, 

Saturday 
Wednesday, 

Saturday 
Sunday 
—(10+km) 


BS 

BS 

BSV 
BS 


Pampadumpara | 

Vandanmettu 

A>7appanccril 
Chakkupallara 


9 
10 

11 

12 



31 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY— 



SI. 

No. 


Name of village 


1 


2 


1 
2 

S 

4 


Mannamkandam 

Vellathooval 

Pallivasal 

Kannan Devan Hills 


5 


Marayoor 


6 


Keezhanthoor 


7 


Kanthalloor 


8 


Kottakomboor 


9 


Vattavada 



To«id 



1 


Konnathady 


2 


Rajakkad 


3 


Cbinnakanal 


4 


Santhanpara 


5 


Chathurangappara 


6 


Udumbanchola 


7 
8 . 


Kalkoonthal (Portioa) 
Parathodc 



9 Fampadumpara 

10 Vandanmettu 

1 1 Ayyappancoil 

1 2 Chakkupallam 



Approach to 
village 




11 


PR, 
PR. 
PR, 
PR, 


K.R 
KR 
KR 
KR 


PR, 


KR 


PR, 


KR 


PR, 


KR 


KR 




PR, 


KR 



Nearett town 
and distance 
(in km.) 

12 



Idukki 
Idukki 
Idukki 
Idukki 

Udumalpetta, ' 

Tamil Nadu 
Udumalpetta, 

Tamil Nadu 
Udumalpetta, 

Tamil Nadu 
Bodinaikanoor 

Tamil Nadu, 
Bodinaikanoor, 

Tamil Nadu 



(65) 
(40) 
(56) 
(72) 



(42) 
(45) 
(45) 
(<0) 
(37) 



Power 
•upply 

13 



EA 
EA 
EA 
EA 

EA 

EA 

EA 

ED, EO 

ED, EO 



Staple food 

14 



DEVico lam: 



.1 



Rice 
Rice 
Rice 
Rice 

Rice 

Rice and wheat 

Rice and wheat 

Rice and wheat 

Rice and wheat 











UDUMBANCHOL/W 


PR, KR 


Idukki 


(40) 


EA 


Rice 


PR. KR 


Idukki 


(50) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Bodinakannttr, 
Tamil Nadu 


(37) 


ED, EO 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Bodinakannur, 
Tamil Nadu 


(33) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Bodinakannur, 
Tamil Nadu 


(40) 


ED, EO 


Rice and wheat 


PR, KR 


Bodinakannur, 
Tamil Nadu 


(54). 


ED, EO 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Idukki 


(53) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Idukki 


(55) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Cumbam 


(68) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Cumbam 


(44) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR 


Idukki 


(28) 


EA 


Rice 


PR, KR^ 


Cumbam 


(40 


ED, EO 


Rice 



T*t»l 



32 



AMENlllES AND LAND I 


JSE, 1979- 


could. 


- 


Land use (i.e. 


area under different types of land use in hectares rounded 
upto two desimal places) 

A. . . — . 


Forest 


Irrigated by 
source 


Unirrigated 


Culturablc 

waste 
(including 
gaucher ancf 
groves) 


Area not 
available 
for 
cultivation 


15 




16 


17 


18 


19 


TALVK—contd. 












56,387-73 
27,502-59 


T 
T 


(2,714-93) 
■(58-67) 


13,981-60 
3,704-49 
5,880-14 

26,897-74 


1.505-09 
621-59 
141-64 
885-04 


6,870-62 
485-62 
159-85 
401-67 


9,766-28 


T 


(607 02) 


424-92 




8-56 


3,480-29 


T 


(150-13) 


8)0-08 


1,335-46 


1,011-71 


1,942-49 


T 


(143-66) 


1,338-95 


809-37 


607 02 


1,416-43 


O 


(202-34) 


404-69 


770-11 


809-42 


607-03 


T 


(404-69) 


404-69 


952-01 


809-35 


101,102 81 


T 
O 


(4,079-10) 
(202-34) 


53,847-30 


7,020 31 


11,163 82 



Remarks including 

any place of 

religious historical 

or archaeological 

interest 


Name of village 


SI. 

No. 


20 


2 


1 


•• 


Mannamkandam 

V'ellathooval 

PallivfLsal 

Kannan Devan Hills 


1 
2 
3 
4 


.. 


Marayoor 


5 


.. 


Keezhanthoor 


6 


.. 


Kanthalloor 


7 


.. 


Kottakomboor 


8 




Vattavada 


9 



TALUK 


— contd. 




















• • 


13,202-73 


3,311-54 


883-42 


..■ 


• 




PC 


(137-59) 


6,293-04 


2,500-28 


490-47 




581-12 


T 


(303-51) 


5,252-15 


182- 10 


2,154-95 


.. 


• 






• • 


5,426-83 


.. 


2.544-17 


.. 


. 




GC 


(1-74) 


2>45-27 


242-81 


202-34 


.. 


. 




PC 


(20-23) 


5,991-34 




196- 18 


- 


•• 






, , 


11,755-52 
3,601-38 


1,852-09 


6,735-41 
209-22 


:: 


• 






• • 


10,150-26 


.. 


82-93 


.. 


•• 




PC 

T 


(328-56) 
(Vol - 17) 


2,378-79 
7,187-95 
4,046-86 


3,646-22 
303-51 


404-67 

432-54 

1,074-40 


•• 


M 


11 12 


T 

PC 

GC 


(404-68) 

(486 38) 

(1-74) 


77,832 12 


12,038-55 


15,410-70 


- 



Konnatbadyy 


1 


Rajakkad 


. 2 


Chinnakanal 


3 


Santhanpara 


4 


Chathurangappara 


5 


UduDobanchola 


6 


Kalkoonthal (Portion) 
Parathodc 


7 
8 


Pampadumpara 


9 


Vandanmettu 


10 


A)7appancoil 
Cliakkupallam 


u 

12 



106/509— 1 5 



33 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY— 



Amenities available 
broad ranges 



SI. 
No. 

1 


Name of Village 
2 


Total area 
of the 
village 
(in hectares) 

3 


Total 
population 
and number of 
households 

4 


1 
2 


Manakkad (Portion) 
Kumaramangalam (Portion) 


1,982-75 
2,064-48 


11,860 ( 2,163) 
12,087 ( 2,052, 


3 


Kodikkulam 

1 


4,120-23 


31,528 ( 5,929) 


4 


Karimannoor 


3,603-36 


19,263 ( 3,257) 


5 
6 


KariVkode (Portion) 
Thodupuzha (Portion) 


2,165-94 
9217 


11,777 ( 2,026) 
417 ( 75) 


7 
8 


Purappuzha 
Karimkunnam (Portion) 


2,353-97 
2,175-00 


11,150 ( 2,002) 
10,991 ( 1,907) 


9 


Muttoro 


2,544-26 


9,741 ( 1,706) 


10 


Alakkode 


2,661-27 


9,628 ( 1,640) 


11 
12 
13 


Udumb^innoor 

Velliamattam 

Ktidayaihoor 


3,094-33 
2,834-77 
2,093-81 


19,241 ( 3,580) 

15,648 ( 2,857) 

9,108 ( 1,644) 


14 

15 


Arakkulam 
Iduklu (Portion) 


6,820-74 
52,363-56 


16,088 ( 3,097) 
33;J66 ( 6,725) 




TOTAL 


90,970-64 


221,793 (40,660) 



Educational 
5 

THODUPUZHA 

P (6), M (4), H (2) 
P (7) M (2), H (2) 

P (13), M (7), H (4\ 
AC (I). O, (1) 

P (10), M (4), H (2^ 
O (3) 

P (4), M (2), H (1) 

—I— 5 km.) 

P (5), M (2), H(l) 
P(7), M(2),H(1) 

P (5), M (2), H (1), 

0(1) 
P (5), M (2), H (1), 

0(1) 

P v9), M (4), H (2) 

P(8,M(3), H (2),0(1) 

P(7). M (2j, H (1), 
O (1; 

P (8), M (4), H(1).0(1) 

P(ll), M (6), H(2) 
AC (1) 

P (103) M (46), H (23), 
AC (2), O (St) 



Pasuppara 

Elappara 
Peruvanthanam 
Peeraade 
Periyar - 

Mlappara 



i-OTAL 



11,122-97 


2 ',268 ( 5,659) 


6,953-99 
11,326-83 
14,476-57 
25,4t3-47 


28,105 ( 5,698) 
.29,134 ( 5,095) 
38,826 I 8,167) 
46,707 ( 9,333) 


61,458-17 


3,449 ( 719) 


130,782-00 


174,589 (34,671) 



PEERMADE 

P (8), M (5), H (2), 
O (2) 

P (11), M(2), H (1) 

P (12), M (7), H(5) 

P (11), M (5), H(4) 

P (8), M (4). H (2) 

—(—5 km.) 



P (50), M (23) H (14), 
O (2) 



34 



AMENTTILS AND LAND USE 1979— contd. 



(if not available within the village, a dash f — ) is shown in the column and next to it in brackets, the distance In 
•viz. — 5 km. 5 — 10 km. and 10 + km. of the nearest place where the facility is available is given) 



Medical 
6 



Drinking 
water 
(potable) 

7 



TALUK 



H {\), D(2), FPC (1), O (3) 

H (1) MCW (2), CWC (1),D(1), 
FPC (2), O (1) 

MCW (1). MH (1), CWC (1), FPC (1), 
NH (1). 0(4) 

H (2). D (1). FPC (1), O (5) 

D (1) 

— (— 5kra) 

PHC (1), D (2), 0(2) 

MCW (1), MH (1), D (2), O ^3) " 

H (2), PHC (1). D(2), 0(5) 

H (1). D(l). FPC (2), 0(3) 

MCW (2). CWC (1), D (1), O (2) 
HC (1), D (2), FPC (1), NH (1), O (3) 
H (1), PHS (1), D (5),.NH (I), O (4) 
H (1). D (3), FPC (2), O (2) 

H (2), MCW (2), D (7), O (3) 



W 
W 

T,W 

T,W 

W 
W 

w 

T,W 

T,W 

W 

T,W 
W 
W 
T,W 



Post and 
Telegraph 

8 



PO, Phone 

PO, pro, Phone 

PO, PTO, Phone 

PO, PTO, Phone 

PO 

—(—5 km.) 

PO, Phone 

PO, PTO, Phone 

PO, PTO Phone 

PO, Phone 

PO 
PO 

PO, PTO 
PO, PTO, Phone 



Day or days 
of the market/ 
hat if any 

9 



Communi- 
cations (Bus 
stop, Railway 
stations. 
Waterway) 

10 



Monday, Thursday BS 

—(—5 km.) BS 

Tuesday, Friday BS 

Tuesday, Thursday BS 

—(—5km.) BS 

—(—5 km.) BS 

Saturday BS 

Tuesday, Friday BS 

Sunday, Tuesday, BS 
Friday 

—(5—10 km.) BS 



Name of Village 
2 



SI. 

No. 
1 



Wednesday, Saturday BS 
—(10+km.) BS 

Monday, Thursday 
Tuesday, Friday 



Manakkad (Portion) 1 

Kumaramangalam 2 
(Portion) 

Kodikkulam 3 

« 

Karimannoor 4 

Karikkod^ (Portion) 5 

Thodupuzha 6 

(Portion) 

Furappuzha 

Karimkunnam 

(Portion) 
Muttom 



Alakkode 



Udiunbannoor 
Velliamattam 
BS, NW Kudayathoor 
BS Arakkulam 



T,W PO, PTO, Phone 



—(5—10 km.) 



BS 



W4I* 



7 
8 

9 

10 

11 
12 
13 
14 

15 



H(ll), MCW(8), MH(2), CWC(3), 
HC(I), PHC(2), PHS(1}, D(30), 
FPC(IO), NH {3\ O (40> 



TALUK 



H (1), MCW (3), PHC (2), FPC (3), 
0(4) 

H (1), D (1), FPC (1), (6) 


W 


PO, PTO, Phone 


Sunday, Wednesday 


BS 


Pasuppara 


1 


W 


PO, PTO, Phone 


Sunday 


BS 


Elappara 


2 


H (2), HC (1), D (4), FPC (1), O (1) 


T,W 


PO, PTO, Phone 


—(10+ km.) 


BS 


Peruvanthanam 


3 


H (2), (4) 


T,W 


PO, PTO, Phone 


Sunday 


BS 


Peermade 


4 


H (3), D (2), (2) 


T,W 


PO, PTO, Phone 


Sunday 


BS 


Peeriyar 


5 


—(—5 km.) 


W 


PO 


—(—10+ km.) 


BS 


Maiappara 


e 



H (9), MCW(3), HC(1), PHC(2), D(7) 
IPC, (5) 0(17) 



35 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY— 



SI. 
No. 

1 


Name of Village Approach to Village 
2 11 


Nearest town and 
distance 
(in km.) 

12 


Power supply 
13 


Staple food 
14 














THODUPU2MA 


1 
2 


Manakkad (Portion) 
Kiunaramangalam (Portion) 


PR, KR 
PR, KR • 


Thodupuzha (2) 
(6) 


BA 
EA 


Rice 
Rice 


3 


Kodikkulam 


PR, KR 


»J 


(11) 


EA 


Rice 


» 4 


Karimannoor 


PR, KR 


• " 


(10) 


EA 


Rice 


5 
S 
7 
8 
9 


Karikkode (Portion) 
Tbodupuzha (Portion) 
Purappiizha 

Karimkunnam (Portion) 
Muttom 


PR, KR 
PR, KR 
PR, KR 
PR, KR 
PR, KR 


>l 

J! 


(2) 

. (1) 

(11) 

(8) 

(8) 


EA 

ED, EO 
EA 
EA 
EA 


Rice 
Rice 
Rice 
Rice 
Rice 


10 


AUkkode 


PR:; KR 


1> 


(8) 


EA 


Rice 


11 
12 
13 
14 


Udumbaunoor 
Velliamattam 
Kudayathoor 
Arakkulam 


PR, KR 
PR, KR 
PR, KR, NR 
PR, KR 


tt 


(16) 
(16) 
(15) 
(19) 


EA 
EA 
EA 
EA 


Rice 
Rice 
Rice 
Rice 


15 


Idukki (Portion) 


PR, KR 


Idukki 


(8) 


ED, EO 


Rice and wheal 



TOTAL 















PEBRMADE 


1 


Pasuppara 


PR, KR, 


Idukki 


(46) 


EA 


Rice 


and wkeat 


2 


Elappara 


PR, KR 


» 


(80) 


ED, EO 


Rice 


99 


3 


Peruvanthanam 


PR, KR 


Kottayam 


(60) 


ED, EO 


Rice 


*' 


4 


Peermade 


PR, KR 


Cixnbam 


(55) 


ED, EO 


Rice 


f 


5 


Periyar 


PR, KR, 


ij 


(46) 


ED, EO 


Rice 




6 


Mlappara 

TOTAL 


PR, KR 


>' 


(46) 


ED, EO 


Rice 

T 





36 



AMENITIES AND LAND USE, 


1979— concld. 










Land 


use (i.e.) area under different t>pes of land use 
hectares rounded up to two decimal places) 


in 


Remarks including 
any place of reli- 
gious, historical 
or archaeological 
int er«t 


Name of village 




Forest 


Irrigated by 
source 


Unirrigated 


Culturable 
waste (includ- 
ing gaucher 
and groves) 


Area not 
available 
for culti- 
vation 


SI. 

No 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


. 20 


2 


1 


TALVK—concld. 
















29-13 




1,800-32 




153-30 


, , 


Manakkad (Portion) 


I 


34-80 


PC (29-54) 


1.970-31 


19-02 


10-81 


■• 


Kumaramangalam (Portion) 


2 


1-00 


T (647-49) 


3,228-94 


80-93 


161-87 


•• 


Kodikkulam 


3 


• • 


T (61-54) 


3,541-82 


•• 


•- 


•• 


Karimannoor 


4 


.. 


T (911-41) 


485-62 


445- 15 


323-76 


• • 


Karikkode (Portion) 


5 




T (60-70) 


16-18 




15-29 


.. 


Thodupuzha (Portion) 


6 




T (48-56) 


K813-31 


323-74 


168-36 




Purappuzha 


7 


, , 




868-05 


1,220-76 


86-19 




Karimkunnam (Portion) 


8 


•- 


O (20-23) 


2,171-49 


•• 


352-54 


•• 


Muttom 


9 


•• 


T (13-51) 


2,587-02 


•• 


60-74 


• • 


Alakkode 


10 


- 


1 (303-51) 


2,275-96 


255-05 


259-81 


, , 


Udumbannoor 


11 


., 


T (55-09) 


2,033-81 




745-87 


• • 


Velliamattom 


12 


^, 


T 16-26) 


1,430-60 


40-46 


606-49 




K'jdayathoor 


IS 


1,416-40 


•• 


3,035-06 


- 


2,369-28 


•• 


Arakkulam 


14 


48,733-55 


•• 


1,604-58 


•• 


2,023-43 


•• 


Idukki 


15 


50,216-S8 


T (2,118-07) 
PC (29-54) 
O (20'23) 


28,863-07 


2,385'11 


7,337-74 









TALVK—conclJ. 

805-38 

18,251-68 
60,649-01 

79,706-07 



T (37-66) 



5,902-55 


4,856-23 


326-53 


• • 


Pasuppara 


6,737-75 


127-96 


88-28 


. , 


Elappara 


9,652-54 


, , 


868-91 


, , 


Peruvanthanam 


10,117-15 


4,046-86 


312-56 




Peermade 


•• 


6,980-24 


211-55 


Thekkadi Tourist 
Centre 


Periyar 


•• 


616-02 


193- 14 


Sabarimala 
Temple 


Mlappara 



2 
3 

5 



T (37-66) 



32,409-99 16,627-31 2,000-97 



106/509—16 



37 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY 



SI. Xo. 

1 



APPENDIX I 
TALUK-WISE ABSRTACT OF EDUCATIONAL, MEDICAL AND OTHER AMENITIES 

Educational 



District/ 
Taluk 



Idakki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 



Primary school 


Middle school 




Matriculation/ 
Secondary school 


Villages 


Inst 


tutions 


Villages 


Institutions 


V 


illagcs 


1 
Institutions 


3 




4 


5 


6 




7 


8 


38 




340 


3S 


VB 




34 


70 


8 




83 


6 


14 




6 


12 


11 




102 


11 


46 




9 


21 


14 




103 


14 


46 




14 


23 


5 




50 


5 


23 




5 


14 



SI. No. 



District/ 
Taluk 



UoUci 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 







Educational 

A 








Higher secondary/ 
P.U.C./intermediate/ 
junior college 


College 
and 


(graduate 
above) 

A 




Adult 1 


teracy class/ 
centres 


Villages 


Institutions 


Villages 


Institutions 


Villages 


Institution! 


9 


10 


11 


12 




13 


14 


, , 




1 


1 




4 


10 






• • 


, . 




I 


2 


.. 




1 


1 




1 


6 


•^ 




- . 


• • 




2 


2 






. , 






^ 


•^ 



SI. No. District/Taluk 

Idakki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 





Educational 








Medical 






Others 


Villages 

with no 

educational 

facilities 




Dispensary 


Hospital 




Villages 


Institutions 


V 


Ilages 


Institutions 


Villages Institutions 


15 


16 


17 




18 


19 


20 


21 


13 


19 


4 




31 


73 


27 


54 


4 


7 


1 




7 


16 


5 


14 


1 


1 


I 




8 


20 


9 


20 


7 


9 


1 




13 


30 


8 


11 


1 


2 


1 




3 


7 


5 


9 



Medical 



SI. No. District/Taluk 



Idakki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 



f- ^ 

Maternity and child 
welfare centre/ 
maternity home/ 
child welfare centre 


Primary health 
centre/health centre 

, ^ ^ 

Villages Institutions 


Family planning 
centre 


Villages 


Institutions 


Villages Institutions 


22 


23 


24 




25 


26 


27 . 


12 


27 


8 




9 


20 


27 


2 


7 


1 




1 


3 


4 


4 


4 


2 




2 


7 


8 


5 


13 


3 




3 


7 


10 


1 


3 


2 




3 


3 


5 



38 



VILLAGE DIRECTORY 

APPENDIX l—concld. 
TALUK- WISE ABSTRACT OF EDUCATIONAl., MEDICAL AND OTHER AMENITIES— concW. 

Medical 



SI. No. District/T«luk 



Idukki 

Devicolam 
Udambanchola 
Thodupuzha 
Peermade 



Primary health 
sub centre 




Community health 
workers 




Others 




Villages 
with no 
medical 
facility 


Villages 


Institutions 


Villages Numbers 


V 


illages 


Institutions 


28 


29 




30 31 




32 




33 


34 


6 


8 








33 

5 




119 

21 


5 

2 


5 


7 




• * • ■ 




10 




38 


1 


1 


1 




• • • ■ 




13 




43 


1 


• • 


• • 




«• •-> 




5 




17 


1 



SI. No. District/Taluk 

Idnkki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udambanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 









Drinking water 








Tap 


Well 


Tank 


Tube well River 


Fountation 


Canal 


Others 


35 


36 


37 


38 39 


40 


41 


42 


23 


42 


, , 


.. 


.. 


2 


5 


7 


9 


. , 


• • • • 


,, 


1 


3 


6 


12 


, . 


■ • - > 


— 


1 


2 


7 


15 




• • 




• • 


, . 


3 


6 


•-• 


••• • ■ 


••• 


• • 


, , 



SI. No. District/Taluk 



Idukki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 





Villages with 
no drink- 
ing water . 
facility of 
any type 






Post and telegraph 




More 
han one 
source 


P.O. 


T.O. 


P.T.O. 


P.O. 
and phone 


T.O. 
and phone 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


27 


••• 


U 


. . 


2 


4 


,^ 


.9 


.m 


4 


•^ 


^ 


.. 


J,' ' 


8 


*'* 


3 


.« 


1 


1 


•4 


7 


m^ 


3 


»• 


1 


3 


.^ 


3 


, , 


1 


• • 


.. 


^ 





SU No. District/Taluk 

Idukki 

1 Devicolam 

2 Udumbanchola 

3 Thodupuzha 

4 Peermade 



Post and te 

_ __ _«. 


egraph 






Communications 

A. 




Power 


supply 


P.T.O. 

and phone 


Phone 


Bus stop 


Railway 
station 


Navigable 
water way 


.\vail- 
able 


>_ > 

Not 
available 


30 


51 




52 


53 


54 




55 


56 


22 


^. 




42 


.. 


1 




42 




4 


• • 




9 


• • 


• • 




9 




6 


.. 




12 


, , 


, , 




12 


^ 


7 


.. 




15 




1 




13 


_ 


5 


' m. 




6 


, , 


. , 




6 


— 



39 



APPENDIX II TO THE MLLAGE DIRECTORY 

LAND xmUSATION DATA EN RESPECT OF NON-MUNICIPAL TOWNS (CENSUS TOWNS) 

Laad use (i.e. area under diiTerent ty|>e3 of land use in hectares rounded 
upto two decimal places) 

, A 



Si. 
No. 

(1) 



Name of town and taluk 
within brackets 

(2) 



Total area 

(3) 



Forest 

(4) 
Nil 



Irrigated 
by source 

(5) 



Un-Irri- 
gated 

(6) 



Culturable 
waste (in- 
cluding 
gauchcr 

and groves) 

(7) 



Area not 

available for 

cultivation 

(8) 



APPENDIX m TO THE VILLAGE DIRECTORY 
TALUK-WISE LIST OF VILLAGES WHERE NO AMENITIES ARE AVAILABLE 

Amenities are available in all villages of all taluks. 



APPENDIX IV TO THE VILLAGE DIRECTORY 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND 
SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL POPULATION BY RANGES 



Range of 














Scheduled caste 














population 


L.C. 


Name of 


L.C. 


Name of 


L.C. 


Name of 


(percentages) 


No. 


village 


No. 


village 


No. 


village 


1 


2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


3 






A-SCHEDULED 


CASTES 






Dcvicolaan Talnli 














0-5 


1-2 


Vellatjiooval 










6-10 


1-1 


Mannamkandam 


1-8 


Kottakomboor 






11-15 


1-9 


Vattavada 










16-20 


l-€ 


Keezhanthoor 










21-30 


1-3 


Pallivasal 


1-5 


Marayoor 


1-7 


Kanthalloor 


31 + 


1-4 


Kannan Devan Hills 










UdnmbaachoU Taluk 












0-5 


2-1 


Konnathady 


2-5 


Chathurangappara 


2-11 


Ayyappancoil 


., 


2-2 


Rajakkad 


2-7 


Kalkoonthal,(P) 






6-10 


2-6 


Udumbanchola 


2-9 


I'ampadumpara 


2-12 


Chakkupallain 




2-8 


Parathode 


2-10 


Vandanmettu 






16-20 


2-4 


Santhanpara 










31 + 


2-S 


Chinnakanal 










Thodapozha Talok 






' 






0-5 


3-4 


Karimannoor 


3-7 


Purappuzha 


3-12 


Velliamattam 




3-5 


Karikkode (P) 


3-10 


Alakkode 


3-13 


Kudayathoor ' 




3-6 


Thoduptizha (P) 


3-11 


Udumbannoor 


3-15 


Idukki (P) 


6-10 


3-1 


Manakkad (P) 


3-3 


Kodikkulam 


3-9 


Muttom 




3-2 


Kumaramangal am (P) 


3-8 


Karimkunnam (P) 


3-14 


Arakkulam 


Peermadc Talnk 














6-10 


4-3 


Peruvanthanam 










21-30 


4-1 


Pasuppara 


4-5 


Periyar 


4-6 


Mlappara 


31 + 


4-2 


Elappara 


4-4 


Peermade 







40 



APPENDIX IV TO THE VILLAGE DIRECTORY-^omrW. 

LIST OF VILLAGES ACCORDING TO THE PROPORTION OF SCHEDULED CASTES AND 
SCHEDULED TRIBES TO THE TOTAL POPULATION BY RANGES— wnc/(/. 



Range of 














Scheduled tribe 














population 


L.G. 


Name of 


L.G. 


Name of 


L.G. 


Name of 


(percentage*) 


No. 


village 


No. 


village 


No. 


village 


1 


2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


3 








B— SCHEDULED TRIBES 






Devicolam Taluk 










• 


0-5 


1-2- 


Vellathooval 


1-3 


Pallivasal 


1-4 


Kannan Devan Hills 


6-15 


1-1 


Mannamkandam 


1-7 


Kanthalloor 






16-25 


1-5 


Marayoor 










26-35 


1-6 


Keezhaathoor 


1-9 


Vattavada 






36-50 


1-8 


Kottakomboor 










Udnmbanchola Taluk 












0-5 


2-1 


Konnathady 


2-5 


Chathurangappara 


2-9 


Pampadumpara 




2-2 


Rajakkad 


2-6 


Udnmbanchola 


2-10 


Vandanmettu 




2-3 


Chinnakanal 


2-7 


Kalkoonthal (P) 


2-11 


Ayyappancoil 




2-t 


Santhanpara 


2-8 


Parathode 


2-12 


Chakkupallam 


Thodupoaka Taluk 












Nil 


3-6 


Thodupuzha (P) 










0-5 


3-1 


Manakkad 


3-4 


Karimannoor 


3-8 


Karimkunnam (P) 




3-2 


Kumaramangalam 


3-5 


Karikkode (P) 


3-10 


Alakkode 




3-3 


Kodikkiilam (P) 


3-7 


Purappuzha 






6-15 


3-9 


Muttom 


3-II 


Udurabannoor 


3-15 


Idukki (P) 


16-25 


3-13 


Kudayathoor 


3-14 


Arakkulam 






26-35 


3-12 


Velliyamattam 










Pecrmade Taluk 














0-5 


4-1 


Pasuppara 


4-3 


Peruvanthanam 


4-5 ■ 


Periyar 




4^2 


Elappara 


4-1 


Peennade 






6-15 


4-6 


Mlappara 








, 



41 



106/509—17 



SECTION 11 
TOWN DIRECTORY 



Abbreviations used in the Town Directory 



Statement I 

Statement II 

Statement III 

Statement IV • 

Statement V 

Statement VI 



Status and Growth History, 1979 

Physical Aspects and Location of Towns; 1979 

Municipal Finance, 1978-79 

Civic and other Amenities, 1979 

Medical, Educational, Recreational and Cultural 
Facilities, 1979 

Trade, Commerce, Industry and Banking, 1979 



IP age 
45 

-46 

46 

-46 

46 

48 

46 



43 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE TOWN DIREGTORY 



Size class of towns 

Class 

I 

II 
III 
IV 

V 
VI 

Satus of towns 

M. Corp. 

MC 

M 

MB 

MCI 

(IB 

NAG 

TC 

TB 
GP 

NP 

SG 

SB 

SA 

EO 

UC 

GT 



Population 
1,00,000 and above 



50,000 
20,000 
10,000 
5,000 
Below 



— 99,999 

— 49,999 

— 19,999 

— 9,999 
5,000 



Mxinioipal Corporation/Gor- 
poration 

Municipal Gommittee/Muni- 
cipal Town Gommittee 

Municipality 

Municipal Board 

Municipal Gouncil 

Gantonment Board/Gantonment 

Notified Area/Notified Area 
Gommittee/ Notified Gom- 
mittee 

" Town Gommittee/Town Area 
Gommittee 

Town Board 

Gram Panchayat/Village Pan- 

chayat 
Nagar Panchayat/Town Pan- 

chayat 

Station Gommittee 
Sanitary Board 
Special Area 
Estate Office 
Union Gommittee 
Gcnsus Town 



Navigable River (Canal) 
R .. River 

G . . Ganal 



Road L 


ength 


PR 


. . Pucca Road 


KR 


. . Kuccha Road 


System 


of Sewerage 


S 


. . Sewer 


OSD 


. . Open Surface Drains 


BSD 


. . Box Surface Drains 


SD 


. . Silk Drains 


CD 


. . Gesspool method 


Pt 


. . Pit System 



Method of disposal of night soil 

Class Population 

HL . . Head loads 



B 

WB 
ST 
S 



Baskets 

Wheel barrows 
Septic tank latrines 
Sewerage 



Protected water supply 

OHT . . Over head tank 

SR . . Service Reservoir 

IG . . River infiltration gallery 

BWP . Borewell pumping system 

PT . . Pressure tank 

TW . . Tubewell water/Hand Pump 

T . . Tap water 

W . . Well water 

TK . . Tank water 

Medical facilities 

H . . Hospital 



D 


. . Dispeiasary 


HG 


. . Health centre 


FG 


. . Family Planning Gentre 


TB 


. . T.B. Glinic 


NH 


Niu-sing Home 


O 


. . Others 


A 


. . Ayurvedic 


U 


Unani 


Hom 


Homoeopathic 


Educational facilities 


A 


Arts only 


S 


Science only 


AS 


. . Arts and Science only 


C 


. . Gommerce only 


AG 


. . Arts and Gommerce only 


ASG 


. . Combined for all categories 




— Arts, Science and Gommerce 


L 


Law 


SH 


. . Shorthand 


Type 


. . Typewriting 


ShType 


. . Shorthand and Typewriting 


O 


. . Others 



Recreational and Cultural facilities 

PL . . Public Library 

RR . . Reading Room 



45 



106/509—18 



81. 
No. 
1 

1 

2 



Class, name and oivic 
administration status of town 



V. Idukki Township (TS) 

III Thodupuzha (M) 



Code No. 
3 

I 
II 



Name of 
Taluk 

4 



Area 

in 

(sq. km) 

5 



Udumbanchola 1 o, f^ 
Thodupuzha j ■^^ "" 

Thodupuzha 35-43 



Number of 

households 

including 

houseless 

households 

(in 1981 census) 

6 

1,880 
6,268 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 

STATUS AND GROWTH 

(All towns in the district 



I 



Population and growth 



1901 
7 



1911 
8 



1921 
9 



STATE MEN! 
PHYSICAL ASPECTS AND 

(All towns in the district 





Class and name 
of town 

2 




Physical aspects 

A. 






Name of and 


SI- 
No. 

1 


Rainfall 
(in mm.) 

3 


Temperature (in 

Maximum 

4 


:entigrade) 

Nfinimum 
5 


State 
Headquarters 

6 


District 
Headquarters 

7 


1 


V Idukki Township 


3,728-1 


. NA 


NA 


Trivaiidnim (300) 


Idukki (0) 


2 


III Thodupuzha 


3,728-1 


NA 


NA 


Trivandrum (212) 


Idukki (60 



Receipt (in Ra. '00) 



STATEMENT 
MUNICIPAL FINANCE,- 

(AJl towns in the diitrict 









Revenue 














derived from 














municipal 










Civic 




properties 










admini- 


Receipt 


and power 








SI. Class and name 


stration 


through 


apart from 


Government 






No. of town 


(in 1980) 


taxes etc. 


taxation 


grant 


Loan 


Advance 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


1 V Idukki Township 


^^ 


„ 


^^ 


•M 


, , 


Not availabe 


1 in Thodupuzha 


M 


591 


1,877 


18 


. , 


917 



46 



DIRECTORY 

I 

HISTORY, 1979 

listed in the alphabetical order) 





\vn at the Censxises of 












Sex ratio 




rate of the to 


1981 
Census 


1961 
Census 


1971 
Census 


1981 SI. 


1931 


1941 


1951 


1961 


1971 


1981 


Census No. 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 1 


, , 


, , 


... 


^ 




8,886 


278 


... 


- 


917 1 


3,455 


4,172 
(+20-75) 


5,141 
(+2323) 


Declasified 


20.830 


35,743 
(+7118) 


1,009 


« 


926 

• 


992 2 



JI 

LOCATION OF TOWNS, 1979 

listed in the alphabetical order) 
joad distance (in km) from 



Subdivision/Taluk 
Headquarters 



Idukki 
Idukki 


(0)/ 
(0) 


idukki 
Painavu 


(60)/ 
(55) 



Nearest city with popu- 
lation of one lakh 
and more 

9 
Cochin (125) 
Cochin (65) 



Railway station 
10 

Alwaye (90) 
Ettumanoor (47) 



Bus route 




11 




Kattappana (30) 


Thodupuzha 


(0) 



Navigable river/canal SI. 
(if within 10 km.) No. 

12 

1 
2 



III 
I97a-79 

isted in the alphabetical order) 



Expenditure (in Rs. '00) 



Other 

sources 

(specify) 

9 



287 



Total 
Receipt 

10 



3,690 



General 
admini- 
stration 

11 



2,793 



Public 
safety 

12 



413 



Public 
health and 
conveni- 
ences 

13 



369 



Public 

Public coustitu- 
works tions 

14 15 



3,739 



450 



Others 

(spccily) 

16 



1,465 



Total SI. 

expenditure No. 

17 1 



\ 



9,229 



47 



TOWN 

STATEMENT 
CIVIC AND OTHER 

(All towns in the district 





Glass and name of town 


Civic 
admini- 
stration 
status 
(in 1980) 


Population 


Scheduled 
castes and 
Scheduled 

tribes 
population 


Road 
length 
(in km.) 


System of 
sewerage 


Nrunbcr of latrines 


SI. No. 


Water 
borne 


Service 


Others 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 


V Idukki Township 


TS 


8,886 


SO 799 
ST 338 


PR (21-2) 
KR (33-5) 


OSD 


NA 


NA 


NA 


2 


III Thodupuzha 


M 


35,743 


SO 1,688 
ST 111 


PR (44-2) 
KR (28-2) 


OSD 


NA 


NA 


2 



SI. 


No. 

1 




Class and name 
of town 

2 




1 


V 


Idukki Townskip 




2 


III 


Thodupuzha 



STATEMENT 

MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL, RECREATIONAL AND 

(All towns in the district 
Medical facilities 



Population 
3 
8,886 

35,743 



Hospitals/ 
Dispensaries/ 
T.B. Clinics etc. 



H (2) 
O (1) 

H (A-1, 1) 
FC(1), 0(2) 



Beds in 
Medical 

Institutions 
noted in 

column 4 



80 
136 



SI- 
No. 


I 


Clus and name 
of town 

2 


1 


V 


Idukki Township 


2 


III 


Thodupuzha 



Higher secondary/ 

Intermediate/P.U.C. 

(Pre-university 

college) junior 

college level 

11 
Ernakulam(70 km) 

Emakulam (65 km) 









STATEMENT 


Educational facilities 

* 






Secondary/ 
Matricula- 
tion 


Junior secondary 
and middle 
schools 


Primary 
Schools 


Adult literacy 
classes/centres/ 
others 
(specify) 


12 


13 


14 


15 


2 


3 


8 


••. 


6 


7 


12 


.. 



'Datb* (' — ') is given where the 'nearest place of facility available' is no t reported. 



SI. 
No. 

1 

1 
2 



Clau and name 
of town 

2 



Name of three most important commodities 
imported 



V 
III 



Idukki Township 
Thodupuzha 



First 
3 

Vegetables 

Building 
materials 



Second 
4 

Clothes 
Clothes 



Third 
5 

Iron 

Plastic 
Products 



STATEMENT 

TRADE, COMMERCE, INDUSTRY 

(All towns in the distrio 

Name of three most important 
commodities exported 



r-- 



First 
6 

Pepper 

Dried 
ginger 



Second 
7 

Ginger 
Pepper 



Third 
8 

Rubber 
Rubber 



48 



DIRECTORY— con^rf. 



IV 


















AMENITIES, 1979 
















listed in the 


alphabetical order) 
Protected water supply 














Method of 
disposal 
of night 
soil 


Source 
of supply 


T^ 

System of 

storage with 

capacity in 

litres 

(in brackets) 


Firi' 


Electrification (Number of connections) 






fighting 
service 
(in km) 


Domestic 


Industrial 


Road 
lighting 
Commercial (points) 


Others 


SI. No. 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 18 


19 


1 


ST 


T,W 


NA 


Alwaye 
90 (km) 


349 


19 


201 42 


... 


1 


ST 


T,W 


NA 


Muvattupuzha 
f20 km) 


7,775 


125 


514 576 


96 


2 



CULTURAL FAGIUnES, 1979 

listed in the alphabetical order) 



Educational Facilities 



Arts/Science/ 
Commerce Colleges 
(of degree level) 
and above 


Medical Colleges 


6 


7 


Kattappana 
(30 km) 


Kottayam 
(150 km) 


ASC (1) 


Kottayam 
(55 km) 



Engineering 
Colleges 

8 

Emakulam 
(70 km) 

Trichur 
(99 km) 



Polytechnics 
9 

Kottayam 
(150 km) 

Emakulam 
(65 km) 



Recognised Short- 
hand, Typewriting 
and vocational 
training 
institutions 


SI, 
No, 


10 


1 


0(1) 


I 


0(6) 


• 2 



V — concld. 














Working 




Number of recreational and cultural facilitiet 

A 




- 


hostels 

with 

number of 

seats 


Stadia 


Cinema 




Auditorial 
drama/ 
Community 
halls 


Public libraries 

including 

reading 

rooms 


SI. 

No 


16 


17 


IS 




19 


20 


1 


- 


~ 


1 




2 


RR 2 


1 


- 


- 


3 




1 


PL 7 
RR 7 


2 



VI 

AND BANKING, 1979 

listed in the alphabetical order) 



Name of three most important commodities 
manufactured 




Nimxber of 
banks 


Number of 
agricultural 
credit 
societies 


Number of 

non^agricultural 

credit 

societie* 


SI 


First 


Second 


Third 


No. 


9 


10 


11 




12 


13 


l( 


1 , 


Pepper 

p. V C. 

Pipes 


Ginger 

' Rubber 
Toys 


Rubber 

Thread 
Rubber 


49 


5 
14 


- 


2 

3 


1 


106/509—19 

















TOWN DIRECTORY— foncW. 



APPENDIX 



TOWN SHOWING THEIR OUTGROWTH WITH POPULATION 



Outgrowth — Nil 



PART B 
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

Fly-leaf 

Table 1 District Primary Census Abstract (for taluks 
and towns) 

Table 2 Village and Desom Primary Census Abstract 

Table 3 Town and Ward Primary Census Abstract 

Table 4 Development Block and Panchayat Primary 
Census Abstract 

Table 5 District Primary Census Abstract fof 
Scheduled Castes (for taluks and towns) 

Tabic 6 District Primary Census Abstract for 
Scheduled Tribes (for taluks and to\vns ) 



Page 
53 

54 
56 
68 

70 

86 

86 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

Fly-leaf 

The Primary Census Abstract is the basic table compiled manually on 
full count basis from the iixformation collected in the individual slip and the 
household schedule Part II (Population Record). Primary Census Abstract 
comprises of basic data such as area, occupied residential houses, number of 
households, sex-wise distribution of total population, scheduled castes, scheduled 
tribes, literates, main workers and their categories, marginal workers and non- 
workers upto the desom/kara level for rural areas and ward level for urban 
areas. District Primary Census Abstract upto the level of taluks and towns, 
vUlage and desom Primary Census Abstract town and ward Primary Census 
Abstract and Development Block and Panchayat Primary Census Abstract have 
been presented in four separate tables. In addition, the District Primary 
Census Abstract for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes have also been 
presented separately in two tables. 



106/509—20 



TABLE 
DISTRICT PRIMARY 



SI. Diftrict/Taluk/ 

No. Town 



IDUKKI 
DISTRICT 

1 Devicolam taink 

2 Udombanchola taluk 

Idukki ToNvnship (Portion) 

3 Thodupnzha lalak 



Idukki Township (Portion) 
Thodupuzha (M) 

4 Peermadn talnk 



Total 




No. of 




Toul population (including 
in.^titutional and houseless 


Rural 
Urban 


Area 
in km' 


occupied 
residential 


No. of 




population) 








houses 


households 


Persons 


AUlcs 


Females 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


T 


5,061.0 


182,074 


186,675 


971,636 


494,999 


476,637 


R 


4,993.5 


174,181 


178,627 


927,007 


472,417 


454,590 


V 


67.5 


7,893 


8,148 


44,629 


22,582 


22,047 


T 


1,774.2 


35,197 


36,363 


179,327 


92,428 


86,899 


R 


1,774-2 


35,197 


36,363 


179,327 


92,428 


86,8'J9 


U 


— 


— 


•« 


— 


•• 


• • 


T 


1,071.4 


66/405 


67,216 


353,352 


180,854 


172,498 


R 


1,067.5 


66,030 


66,833 


351,298 


. 179,812 


171,486 


U 


3-9 


375 


383 


2,054 


1,042 


1,012 


U 


3-85 


375 


383 


2,054 


1.042 


1,012 


T 


973.3 


47,865 


48,425 


264,368 


133,473 


130,895 


R 


909.7 


40,347 


40,660 


221,793 


111.933 


109.8t)0 


U 


63.6 


7,518 


7,765 


42.575 


21,540 


21,035 


U 


28.15 


1,445 


1,497 


6,832 


3,594 


3,238 


U 


35-43 


6,073 


6,268 


35,743 


17,946 


17,797 


T 


1307.8 


32,607 


34,671 


174,m9 


88,244 


86,345 


R 


1307.8 


32,607 


34,671 


174,589 


88,244 


86,345 


U 


• • 


.^ 


, , 


, . 


• • 


, , 

















Main workers 










SI. Diiinct/Taluk/ 
No. Covm 


Total 
Rural 
Urban 


/— 

Total 
P 


main workers 

_A , 

M F 


Cultivators 




Agricultural 
Labourers 




Household industry 

(manufacturing, 

processing, servicing, 

and repairs) 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


T 

F 


1 2 


3 


-19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


IDUKKI 


T 


336,374 


240,477 


95,897 


75,561 


68,966 


6,595 


86,589 


58,519 


28,070 


2,851 


2,186 


665 


DISTRICT 


R 


323,230 


229,853 


93,377 


73,862 


67,365 


6,497 


84,164' 


56,824 


27,340 


2,623 


2,022 


601 




U 


13,144 


10,624 


2,520 


1,699 


1,601 


98 


2,425 


1,695 


730 


228 


164 


64 


1 Devicolam talnk 


T 


71,858 


40,158 


25,700 


10,356 


8,313 


2,043 


17,093 


10,382 


6,511 


653 


408 


245 




R 

u 


71,858 


46,158 


25,700 


10,356 


8,313 


2,043 


17,093 


10,582 


6,511 


653 


408 


245 


2 Udnmbanchola 


T 


121,311 


90,650 


30,661 


35,553 


33,148 


2,405 


38,014 


26,236 


11,778 


917 


744 


173 


talnk 


R 


120,675 


90,138 


30,537 


35,337 


32,935 


2,402 


37,745 


26,067 


11,678 


901 


734 


167 




U 


636 


512 


, 124 


216 


213 


3 


269 


169 


100 


16 


10 


6 


Idukki Township 
(Portion) 


U 


636 


512 


124 


216 


213 


3 


269 


169 


100 


16 


10 


6 


3 Thodnpuzha talnk T 


79,394 


63,722 


15,672 


24,529 


22,748 


1,781 


24,193 


16,199 


7,994 


888 


692 


196 




R 


66.886 


53,610 


13,276 


23,04« 


21,360 


1,686 


22,037 


14,673 


7,364 


676 


538 


138 




U 


12,508 


10,112 


2,396 


1,483 


1,388 


95 


2,1.56 


1,526 


630 


212 


154 


53 


Idtkki (Township 

(Portion) 
TVodupuzha (M) 


U 
U 


2,425 
10,083 


1,840 
8,272 


585 
1,811 


373 
1,110 


325 
1,063 


48 

47 


589 
1,567 


372 
1,154 


217 
413 


49 

163 


31 
123 


18 
40 


4 Peermadu talnk 


T 


63,811 


39,947 


23,864 


5,123 


4,757 


366 


7,289 


5,502 


1,787 


393 


342 


51 




R 
U 


63,811 

•* 


39,947 


23,864 


5,123 


4,757 


366 


7,289 


5.502 


1,787 


393 


342 


51 



34 



CENSUS ABSTRACT 



Scheduled Castes 


Scheduled Tribes 

A 




Literates 




Total 

Rural 

Urban 

3 


1 District/Taluk; S<. 
Town Ho. 

2 1 


Persons 
10 


Males 
11 


Females 
12 


Persons 
13 


Males 
14 


Females Persons 
15 16 


Males 
17 


Females 
18 


133,177 

130,690 

2,487 


66,897 

65,654 

1,243 


66,280 

65,036 

1,244 


38,712 

38,263 

449 


19,733 

19,520 

213 


18,979 

18,743 

236 


655,268 

621,776 

33,492 


357,128 

339,391 

17,737 


298,140 

282,385 

15,755 


T 
R 
U 


mUKKI 
DISTRICT 


50,537 

50,537 


25,430 

25,430 


25,107 

25,107 


11,554 

11,554 


5,926 

5,926 


5,628 

5,628 


102,963 

102,963 


60,052 

60,052 


42,911 

42,911 


T 

R 
U 


Devicolam taluk 1 


„ 22,837 

22,688 
149 
149 


11,517 
71 

71 


11,249 

11,171 
78 
78' 


5,411 

5,411 


2,763 

2,763 


2,648 

2,648 


242,955 

241,445 
1,510 
1,510 


131,185 

130,393 
792 
792 


111,770 

111,052 
718 
718 


T 

R 
U 

U 


Udumbanchola 2 
taluk 

Idukki Tovvnship (Portion) 


13,922 

' 11,584 

2,338 

650 

1,688 


7,017 

5,845 

1,172 

343 

829 


6,905 

5,739 

.1,156 

307 

859 


18,749 

18,300 
449 
338 
111 


9,517 

9,304 

213 

164 

49 


9,232 

8,996 

236 

174 

62 


198,629 

166,647 

31,982 

4,883 

27,099 


104,015 

87,070 

16,945 

2,673 

14,272 


94,611 

79,577 

15,037 

2,210 

12,827 


T 

R 

U 

u 
u 


Thodupuzha taluk 3 

Idukki Township (Portion) 
Thodupuzha (M) 


45,881 

♦5,881 


22,862 

22,862 


23,019 

23,019 


2,998 

2,998 


1,527 

1,527 


1,471 

1,471 


110,721 

119,721 


61,876 

61,876 


48,845 

48,845 


T 

R 
U 


Pc«miadu taluk 4 



Other worker! 


1 


Marginal workers 


Non-workers 




Total 

Rural District/Taluk/ 
Urban Town 


SI 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


No 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


3 


2 


I 


171,373 


110,806 


60,567 


30,587 


14,509 


16,078 


604,675 


240,013 


364,662 


T 


IDUKKI 




162,581 


103,642 


58,939 


29,994 


14,124 


15,870 


573,783 


228,440 


345,343 


R 


DISTRICT 




8,792 


7,164 


1,628 


593 


385 


208 


30,892 


11,573 


19,319 


U 






43,756 


26,855 


16,901 


5,440 


2,621 


2,819 


102,029 


43,649 


58,380 


T 


Devicolam taluk 


1 


43,756 


26,855 


16,901 


5,440 


2,621 


2,819 


102,029 


43,649 


58,380 


R 

u 






46,827 


30,522 


16,305 


10,964 


4,788 


6,196 


221,057 


85,416 


135,641 


T 


Udumbanchola taluk 


2 


46,692 


30,402 


16,290 


10,984 


4,788 


6,196 


219,639 


84,886 


134,753 


R 






135 


120 


15 




. , 




1,418 


530 


888 


U 






135 


120 


15 


•• 


••• 


•• 


1,418 


530 


888 


U 


Idukki Townsliip 
(Portion) 




29,784 


24,083 


5,701 


7,634 


3,412 


4,222 


177,340 


66,339 


111,001 


T 


Thodupuzha taluk 


3 


21,127 


17,039 


4,088 


7,041 


3,027 


4,014 


147,866 


55,296 


92,570 


R 






8,657 


7,044 


1,613 


593 


385 . 


208 


29,474 


11,043 


18,431 


U 






1,414 


1,112 


302 


116 


78 


38 


4,291 


1,676 


2,615 


U 


Idukki Township 
(Portion) 




7,243 


5,932 


1,311 


477 


307 


170 


25,183 


9,367 


15,816 


u 


Thodupuzha (M) 




51,006 


29,346 


21,660 


6,529 


3,688 


2,841 


104,249 


44,609 


59,640 


T 


Peermadu taluk 


4 


51,006 


29,346 


21,660 


6,5ii9 


3,688 


2,841 


104,249 


44,609 


59,640 


R 
U 







35 



TABLE. 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 









•No. of 




Total populat 


ion 


















Area or 


occupied 




(includi 


ing institutional 


Scheduled 










Code 
No. 


Village/ 
Deioni 


village 1 
in hect- 
ares 


reiidcn- "No. 
tial prKi^iio*- 


and houseless population) 

>- 


Castes Scheduled Tribes 

- ^ . . /w 


Literates 


houses 


holds 


Persons 


Males Females 


M 


F 


M 


1 

F 


ll 


V 

F 


1 


2 


3 


4 


' 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


DEVICOLAM TALUK 


























11 


Mannam- 




























kandam 


84,459.97 


9,120 


9,301 


43,704 


23,152 


20,552 


1,756 


1,707 


2,476 


2,288 


16,083 


12,361 


11 


Kuttampuzha 




2,355 


2,368 


12,427 


6,422 


6,005 


483 


466 


7 


2 


4,831 


4,112 


1-2 


Inchathotty 




287 


291 


1,624 


809 


815 


93 


102 




, , 


635 


589 


1-3 


Kanjiravely 




818 


831 


4,487 


2,300 


2,187 


348 


325 


ii 


3 


1,732 


1,488 


1-4 


Adimaly 




2,557 


2,657 


13,510 


6.952 


6,558 


514 


513 


37 


20 


5,303 


4,322 


11F-5C Thujickiihil Range 




1.281 


1,283 


3.511 


2,442 


L,069 


89 


82 


43 


40 


2.019 


723 


12F1B Kothamangalam Range 




4 


7 


5 


2 


1 


1 






3 


2 


12F-2C Kodanad Range 




367 


367 


1,321 


720 


601 


39 


28 


296 


261 


266 


179 


13F1B Adimaly Range 




1,455 


• 1,500 


6,817 


3,502 


3,315 


189 


190 


2,082 


1,962 


1,294 


946 


2 


Vellathooval 


4,ni'70 


4,251 


4,273 


23,355 


11,840 


11,515 


655 


623 


118 


127 


9,060 


7,977 


21 


Koompanpara 




1.499 


i,r.04 


8,062 


4,111 


3,951 


278 


262 


16 


26 


3,207 


2,701 


2-2 


Sallyampara 




2.752 


2,769 


15,293 


7,729 


7,564 


377 


361 


102 


101 


58,53 


5,276 


3 1 


Palii vasal 


6.240-30 


2,957 


3,004 


14,771 


7,551 


7;£iO 


1,344 


1,551 


4 


5 


5,338 


4,085 


31 


Plamala 




760 


764 


3,783 


1,933 


1,850 


98 


97 




, . 


1,317 


1,054 


3-2 


Kallar 




285 


291 


1,299 


671 


628 


52 


44 




, , 


419 


289 


3-3 


Karadippara 




235 


238 


1,108 


576 


532 


58 


60 


, , 




422 


325 


3-4 


Fallivasal 




833 


853 


4,238 


2,118 


2,120 


1,162 


1,183 






1,380 


915 


3-5 


Chithirapuram 


f 


844 


, 858 


4,343 


2,253 


2,090 


174 


167 


4 


'5 


1,800, 


1,502 


4 


Kannan Devan 




























Hills 


55^7-04 


14,913 


15,718 


78,833 


40,211 


38,622 


19,429 


19,356 


1,242 


1,208 


25,184 


15,937 


41 


Mankulam 




878 


878 


3,919 


2,065 


1,854 


49 


48 


398 


393 


1,247 


981 


4-2 


Kadalar 




299 


315 


1.635 


843 


792 


429 


408 






510 


287 


4-3 


Rajamala 




265 


276 


1.400 


697 


703 


351 


362 






343 


209 


4-4 


Nayamakkad 




281 


298 


1,383 


728 


655 


369 


328 




^, 


417 


205 


4-5 


Thalayar 




295 


315 


1,513 


754 


759 


378 


396 


, . 


, , 


396 


210 


4-6 


\'aguvara 




683 


729 


3.631 


1,843 


1,788 


1,060 


1,057 


6 


7 


1,078 


570 


4-7 


Chattamunnar 




371 


371 


1,868 


928 


940 


662 


680 


33 


29 


474 


261 


4-8 


Gundamala 




483 


515 


2,688 


1,363 


1.325 


554 


558 






674 


317 


4 9 


Chottupara 




272 


294 


1,382 


684 


698 


321 


354 






408 


2.56 


4- 10 


Thenmala 




442 


480 


2,307 


1,174 


1,133 


516 


521 


.. 


, , 


705 


392 


411 


Kannimala 




380 


395 


2,073 


1,064 


1.009 


704 


652 






690 


392 


4-12 


Sholamala 




141 


147 


786 


394 


392 


259 


2.58 






236 


1.52 


413 


Kallar 




373 


375 


1,961 


980 


981 


611 


622 


.>• 


, , 


621 


353 


4- 14 


Lakshmi 




468 


478 


2,383 


1,210 


1,173 


■ 903 


883 


, , 




780 


451 


415 


Nallathanny 




698 


746 


3,983 


2,036 


1,947 


1,268 


1,248 


4 


- 3 


1.445 


956 


4- 16 


Periavara 




487 


521 


2,860 


1,435 


1,425 


724 


692 


, , 




871 


632 


417 


Mattupcjty Estate 




563 


570 


2,859 


1,435 


1,424 


723 


738 


,^ 


• • • 


.917 


532 


418 


Mattupe^ty Dam 




134 


136 


514 


292 


222 


53 


51 


, , 




213 


127 


4' 19 


Ncttikku dy 




346 


356 


1,915 


967 


948 


572 


575 




, , 


634 


343 


4-20 


.Anivikkad 




400 


416 


2,242 


1,112 


1,130 


394 


389 


, , 


, , 


681 


452 


4-21 


Kundala 




394 


399 


1,974 


1,001 


973 


474 


448 


67 


72 


555 


319 


4-22 


Chenduvara 




473 


491 


2,614 


1,333 


1,281 


748 


754 






859 


500 


4-23 


Chittuvara 




347 


462 


2,441 


1,242 


1,199 


816 


798 




, , 


639 


315 


4-24 


Yellapetty 




407 


443 


2,369 


1,211 


1,158 


875 


865 




.. 


848 


556 


4-25 


Sil cnt Valley 




429 


446 


2,200 . 


, 1,105 


1,095 


774 


760 


is 


13 


732 


528 


4-26 


Goodarvila 




237 


249 


1,260 


617 


643 


352 


374 




, , 


414 


316 


4-27 


Devicolam Estate 




780 


82.T 


4,295 


2,173 


2,122 


901 


906 


.. 


,, 


1,293 


783 


4-28 


Graham's Land 




355 


378 


1,857 


918 


939 


409 


445 






624 


392 


4.29 


Munnar Tovm 




1120 


1,175 


5,460 


2,939 


2,521 


529 


514 




, , 


2,252 


1,63? 


4-30 


Sevenmala 




748 


784 


3,945 


1,980 


1,965 


1,113 


1,133 


ii 


7 


1,319 


957 


4-31 


Mvmnar Estate 




290 


298 


1,548 


812 


736 


339 


322 


1 


, , 


634 


44S 


4-32 


Chokkanad 




576 


637 


3,187 


1,589- 


1,598 


1,081 


1.119 


, , 


■ ■ 


1.103 


798 


4-33 


Devicolam Town 




257 


279 


986 


576 


410 


117 


97 


4 


3 


478 


301 


13F-3.A 


, Devicolam Range 




241 


241 


1,395 


711 


684 


1 


1 


703 


681 


94 


16 


5 


Marayoor 


10,80C 7S 


1,477 


1,551 


6,970 


3,575 


3,395 


933 


886 


675 


663 


1,759 


1,158 


51 


Marayoor 




915 


954 


4.061 


2,100 


1,961 


517 


474 


254 


248 


1,187 


807 


5-2 


Nachivayal 




416 


451 


2,119 


1,075 


1,044 


416 


412 


21 


25 


571 


351 


13F-2 


Marayoor Range 




146 


146 


790 


400 


390 






400 


390 


1 


.. 


6 


Keezhantboor 


6,787 87 


692 


705 


3,052 


1,557 


1,495 


256 


259 


448 


459 


645 


434 


61 


Kanakkayam 




108 


109 


546 


288 


258 


31 


38 


43 


39 


179 


113 


6-2 


Churakkulam 




96 


98 


355 


185 


170 


13 


11 


119 


113 


54 


45 


6-3 


Pongumpally 




91 


101 


386 


198 


188 


65 


52 


60 


68 


70 


37 


6-4 


Karayoor 




101 


101 


486 


252 


234 


90 


93 






108 


79 


6-5 


Keezhanthoor 




191 


191 


809 


403 


406 


57 


65 




, , 


220 


157 


13F.2 


Marayoor Range 




105 


105 


470 


231 


239 


.. 


.. 


226 


239 


14 


3 



56 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

Main workers 



r- 










Household 


industry- 




% 
























manufacturiiipr. 
























Agricultural processiag, 


serviciog 






Marginal 








Total 




Cultivators 


labourers 


and repairs 


Other workers 


workers 


Non-workcn 


Code 


M 


^ r 
F 


M 


■ ^ 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


? 


M 


F 


M 


F 


No. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


n^io 


3,958 


3,015 


483 


4,268 


2,715 


190 


198 


4,437 


562 


763 


1,009 


10,479 


15,585 


l.l 


2,979 


837 


756 


35 


1,521 


622 


66 


121 


636 


59 


261 


410 


3,182 


4,758 


11 


422 


180 


206 


46 


151 


117 


6 




59 


17 


7 


15 


380 


620 


1-2 


994 


300 


369 


19 


258 


132 


45 


33 


322 


116 


175 


126 


1,131 


1,761 


1-3 


3,407 


1,202 


794 


89 


1,165 


873 


64 


35 


1.384 


205 


175 


296 


3,370 


5,060 


1-4 


1,805 


63 






29 


3 


.. 




i;776 


60 


38 


15 


599 


991 


11F.5C 


4 


1 






4 


1 














1 


1 


12F-1B 


367 


209 


97 


29 


268 


180 






'2 




56 


89 


297 


303 


12F-2C 


1,932 


1,166 


793 


265 


872 


787 


'9 


'9 


258 


105 


51 


58 


1,519 


2,091 


13F-1B 


5,422 


1,487 


1,924 


218 


1,988 


978 


46 


9 


1,464 


282 


314 


481 


6,104 


9,547 


2 


1,977 


456 


691 


36 


753 


324 


2G 


2 


507 


• 94 


44 


36 


2,090 


3,459 


21 


3,445 


1,031 


1,233 


182 


1,235 


654 


20 


7 


9.-)7 


188 


270 


445 


4,014 


6,088 


2-2 


3,348 


1,819 


468 


48 


743 


361 


26 


8 


2,111 


1,402 


347 


216 


3,856 


5,185 


3 


854 


45 1 


152 


15 


356 


194 


5 


3 


341 


219 


158 


125 


921 


1.294 


31 


351 


204 


6 


.. 


93 


33 


4 




248 


171 




1 


320 


423 


3-2 


273 


133 


47 


21 


40 


27 


8 


'3 


178 


82 


22 


26 


281 


373 


3-3 


944 


805 


11 


1 


25 


8 


2 




906 


796 


19 


9 


1,1=;5 


1,306 


3-4 


926 


246 


252 


11 


229 


99 


7 


'2 


438 


134 


148 


55 


1,179 


1,789 


3-5 


19,736 


15,044 


1,113 


349 


398 


177 


S9 


19 


18,136 


14,499 


1,097 


973 


19,378 


22,605 


4 


1,232 


365 


748 


182 


379 


172 


6 


5 


99 


6 


14 


42 


819 


1,447 


41 


, 381 


391 


1 








2 




378 


391 


34 


20 


428 


381 


4-2 


410 


382 














410 


382 




. , 


287 


321 


4 3 


930 


313 














330 


313 




. 


398 


342 


4-4 


397 


324 


^ 


!!♦ 






. 


.. 


397 


324 


6 


2 


351 


433 


4-5 


1,046 


882 


*5 




3 




1 




1,037 


881 


9 


18 


788 


888 


4 6 


448 


392 


18 


14 




, , 




^ , 


430 


378 


51 


47 


429 


501 


4-7 


742 


636 




., 










742 


636 




1 


621 


688 


4-8 


390 


339 


., 














390 


339 


'2 




292 


359 


4-9 


655 


556 
















655 


556 


16 


26 


503 


557 


4- 10 


437 


365 
















437 


365 


32 


32 . 


595 


612 


411 


202 


173 








; 


.. 


'3 




199 


173 


9 


15 


183 


204 


4-12 


419 


363 
















419 


363 






561 


618 


413 


563 


488 










^ 


'2 




561 


488 


94 


94 


553 


591 


414 


1,023 


819 


i 






, ^ 


, ^ 


9 


'9 


1,013 


810 


32 


27 


981 


1,101 


4- 15 


752 


712 


• • 






, , 


, , 






752 


712 


3 


2 


680 


711 


4- 16 


702 


624 












4 


1 


698 


623 


1 


, , 


732" 


800 


4-17 


168 


28 
















168 


28 


6 


.. 


118 


194 


4-18 


449 


428 


^_ 






,, 








449 


428 




, , 


518 


520 


4-19 


501 


453 














i 


501 


452 


52 


51 


559 


626 


4-20 


390 


361 


i 










i 




388 


360 


87 


50 


524 


562 


4-21 


486 


426 
















486 


426 


1 




846 


855 


t-22 


496 


486 












6 


i 


490 


485 


127 


98 


619 


615 


4-23 


595 


523 
















595 


523 


16 


13 


600 


622 


4-24 


607 


526 
















607 


526 






498 


569 


4-25 


375 


319 












i 




374 


319 






242 


324 


4-26 


845 


769 
















845 


769 


217 


174 


1,111 


1,179 


4-27 


392 


337 








2 


3 


'2 


i 


388 


333 


40 


28 


486 


574 


4-28 


1,477 


278 


2 










37 


1 


1,438 


276 


161 


34 


1,301 


2,209 


4-29 


973 


853 
















973 


853 




1 


1,007 


1,111 


4-30 


384 


203 












'5 




379 


203 


49 


31 


379 


502 


4 31 


808 


726 








"l 




3 




804 


726 




, , 


781 


872 


4-32 


304 


51 


2 










7 




295 


51 


26 


6 


246 


353 


4-33 


357 


153 


335 


150 


13 


2 






9 


1 


12 


167 


342 


364 


13F-3A 


2,150 


1,247 


436 


120 


1,253 


1,027 


35 


8 


426 


92 


75 


110 


1,350 


2,038 


5 


1,303 


638 


226 


28 


712 


544 


23 


3 


342 


63 


18 


43 


779 


1,280 


51 


669 


457 


99 


9 


474 


414 


12 


5 


84 


29 




1 


406 


586 


5-2 


178 


152 


111 . 


83 


67 


69 






.. 


.. 


57 


66 


165 


172 


13F-2 


985 


837 


411 


341 


498 


467 


8 


3 


68 


26 


2 


2 


570 


656 


6 


153 


92 


39 


.. 


80 


79 






34 


13 


, , 


, , 


135 


166 


61 


119 


114 


5 


'e 


91 


92 


■3 


'3 


20 


13 




, , 


66 


56 


6-2 


145 


123 


6 


2 


135 


121 


4 


, , 






i 


2 


52 


63 


6-3 


162 


138 


101 


86 


61 


52 










, , 




90 


96 


6 4 


265 


239 


180 


162 


74 


77 


1 




10 




, , 


, , 


138 


167 


6-5 


141 


131 


80 




85 


57 


46 


, , 




4 


, , 


1 


. , 


89 


108 


13F 2 



106/509—21 



57 



TABLE 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 









•No. of 




Total poptilation 


















Area of 


occupied 




(including institutional 


Scheduled 


Scheduled 










village 


resi- 


♦♦No. of 


and houseless population) 




Castes 




Tribes 


Literates 


Codr v;il>.>.>/ 


in 


dcntiil 


hou3c~ 




>. 






J^ 




_/^ 


J 


■^ 


No. 


Desom 


hectares 


houset 


holds 


Persons 


Males 


Females 


M 


F "" 


M 


F~^ 


M 


F 


1 


2 


5 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


>EVI 


COLAM TALUK— (O/kW. 
























7 


Kanthalloor 


4,841 49 


1,021 


1,032 


5,088 


2,681 


2,407 


637 


515 


326 


300 


1,289 


722 


71 


Pannivaykkara 




149 


149 


734 


390 


344 


131 


115. 


1 


1 


170 


nn 


7-2 


Dhandukorabu 




243 


249 


1,193 


620 


573 


87 


71 


179 


158 


347 


174 


7-3 


Suchinithccrthamala 


86 


86 


356 


186 


170 


84 


84 






114 


70 


7-4 


Katithalloor 




246 


248 


1.119 


584 


535 


182 


152 






292 


ii.'i 


7-5 


Puthoor 




149 


149 


760 


393 


367 


72 


66 






139 


U4 


7-6 


Peru mala 




107 


110 


739 


412 


327 


81 


27 


50 


50 


226 


141 


13F-2 


Marayoor Range 




41 


41 


187 


96 


91 






96 


91 


I 


3 


8 


Kottakomboor 


3,602 96 


255 


256 


1,312 


670 


642 


46 


46 


242 


253 


82 


16 


81 


Chilanthiyar 




53 


54 


285 


156 


129 


27 


28 


5 


3 


53 


15 


8-2 


Kottakomboor 




129 


129 


614 


321 


293 


19 


18 


44 


30 


29 


1 


13F-2 


Marayoor Range 




73 


73 


413 


193 


220 






193 


220 






9 


Vattavada 


3,177 77 


511 


523 


2,242 


1,191 


1,051 


174 


164 


395 


325 


012 


221 


91 


Kovilcor 




320 


332 


1.367 


727 


6-10 


4-7 


48 


272 


224 


318 


108 


9-2 


Vattavada 




187 


187 


861 


457 


404 


127 


116 


123 


101 


290 


110 


9-3 


Oorukadu 




4 


4 


14 


7 


7 


■- 


•- 


-• 


•• 


4 


3 


rouv 


IBANCHOLA TALUK 
























1 


Konnathady 


17,397 69 


9,576 


9,669 


52,358 


26,516 


25,842 


785 


753 


627 


614 


20,311 


18,503 


11 


Konnathady 




5,127 


5,184 


28,354 


14,295 


14,059 


432 


423 


300 


317 


11,135 


10,253 


1-2 


Vathikudy 




4,449 


4,485 


24,004 


12,221 


11,783 


353 


330 


327 


297 


9,176 


8,250 


2 


Rajakkad 


9,421-38 


5,863 


5,928 


32,009 


16,277 


15,732 


488 


548 


311 


263 


12,336 


10,646 


2-1 


Pottankad 




2,731 


2,748 


14,774 


7,498 


7,276 


199 


212 


302 


252 


5,605 


4,790 


2-2 


Kachinipara 




79 


79 


318 


172 


146 


4 


3 






113 


54 


2-3 


Rajakkad 




3,053 


3,101 


16,917 


8,607 


8,310 


285 


333 


'9 


ii 


6,618 


5,802 


3 




8,473 83 


2,541 


2,600 


13,102 


6,721 


6,381 


2,405 


2,372 


244 


237 


3,913 


2,448 


31 


Venad 




287 


092 


1,408 


734 


674 


148 


145 






496 


340 


3-2 


Chinnakanal 




1,635 


1.668 


8,462 


4.321 


4,141 


1,832 


1,799 


188 


179 


2,408 


1,395 


3-3 


Muttukad 




619 


640 


3,232 


1,666 


1..566 


425 


428 


56 


58 


1,009 


713 


4 


Santhanpara 


7,971-00 


2,637 


2,682 


12,272 


6,351 


5,921 


1,035 


981 


36 


34 


3,453 


2,184 


4-1 


Poppara 




781 


791 


3.970 


2.026 


1,944 


175 


180 






1.332 


975 


4-2 


Anayirangal 




139 


139 


552 


279 


273 


25 


22 


'7 


8 


124 


52 


4-3 


Thalakkulam 




36 


38 


142 


68 


74 


8 


7 






28 


■ 18 


4-4 


Thondimala 




396 


396 


1.900 


1,006 


894 


494 


486 


29 


26 


463 


191 


4-5 


Pethotty 




184 


192 


659 


347 


312 


2 


3 






76 


15 


4-6 


Santhanpara 




475 


499 


2,133 


1,119 


1.014 


215 


190 


,, 




670 


363 


4-7 


Puthady 




528 


529 


2,476 


1,254 


1,222 


116 


93 






659 


537 


4-8 


Goodanpara 




55 


55 


247 


143 


104 


, , 








48 


8 


4-9 


Rajappaia 




43 


43 


193 


109 


34 








. • 


53 


25 


5 


C3iathurangappara 2,992 16 


959 


974 


4,076 


2,093 


1,983 


2S 


31 


11 


17 


1,095 


622 


51 


Kattoothy 




304 


307 


1,381 


691 


690 


9 


19 


11 


17- 


461 


340 


5-2 


Thalayanakavu 




47 


47 


246 


131 


115 






,, 




54 


34 


5-3 


Chzmtharuvi 




167 


• 167 


646 


344 


302 




6 


^ ^ 




168 


81 


5-4 


Chathurangappara 




187 


197 


820 


405 


415 




, , 


_ , 


.. 


179 


80 


5-5 


Njavari 




54 


54 


217 


110 


107 










44 


9 


5-6 


Adukidanthan 




92 


93 


361 


192 


169 










71 


29 


5-7 


Pappanpara 




108 


109 


405 


220 


185 


'e 


6 


, , 


, • 


118 


49 


6 


Udombanchola 


6,207-75 


3,056 


3,060 


15,294 


7,824 


7,470 


448 


448 


255 


267 


5,140 


4,214 


61 


Athipara 




2,339 


2,341 


12,338 


6,328 


6,060 


276 


281 


236 


251 


4,382 


3,789 


6-2 


Udumbancbola 




295 


295 


1,324 


706 


618 


35 


28 






411 


249 


6-3 


Vallarakkanpara 




268' 


268 


996 


503 


493 


58 


59 


19 


16 


258 


136 


6-4 


Myladumpara 




154 


156 


586 


287 


299 


79 


80 






89 


40 


7 


KaUcoonthal 
(Portion) 


18,490-93 


15,178 


15,286 


85,626 


43,978 


41,648 


1,700 


1,572 


465 


482 


33,895 


30,158 


71 


Mariapuram 




539 


539 


3,260 


1.695 


1,565 


15 


15 


^, 


, , 


1,372 


11,125 


7-2 


Vimalagiri 




1.149 


1,159 


6,612 


3,339 


3,273 


99 


78 




1 


2,597 


2,478 


7-3 


Pandipoara 




1,302 


1,305 


7,421 


3,728 


3,693 


65 


66 






2,829 


2,633 


■7-4 


Kamakshy 




1,840 


1.840 


10,434 


5,371 


5,063 


196 


168 






4,287 


3,846 


7-5 


Chenbakappara 




1,426 


1,430 


8,278 


4,228 


4,050 


113 


118 


'2 


'4 


3,359 


3,072 


7-6 


Ezhukunnu \'ayal 




747 


750 


4,137 


2,121 


2,016 


47 


38 






1,598 


1,466 


/•7 


Erattayar 




1,682 


1,702 


10,487 


5,404 


5,083 


155 


133 


i2 


18 


'4,318 


3,886 


7-8 


Nattukallu 




1,512 


1,517 


8,970 


4,593 


4,377 


111 


% 


5 


5 


3,644 


3,239 


7-9 


Valiakandam 




1,236 


1,252 


6,922 


3,618 


3,304 


264 


248 


61 


65 


2,845 


2,367 


7- 10 Kanchiyar 




781 


785 


4,240 


2,18(3 


2,054 


201 


198 


7 


15 


1,626 


1,433 


7-11 


Kozhiraala 




571 


573 


3,019 


J,517 


1,502 


151 


138 


341 


342 


1,006 


970 


712 


Pachady 




724 


736 


3,909 


2,020 


1,889 


95 


97 


7 


2 


1,537 


1,369 


7-13 


Ponnamala 




1,669 


1,698 


7,937 


4,158 


3,779 


188 


179 


30 


30 


2,377 


2,269 



58 



2—contd. 

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— cow/rf. 

Main workers 



■^ 










Household industry- 


_ 










. 
















manufactiiring, 
























Agricultural processing. 


servicing 






Marginal 








Total 


Cultivators 

A.. 


labourers 


and repairs 


Other workers 


workers 


Non-w 

A 


orkers 


Code 
No. 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


1 
F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


■ ^^ 

F 


15 


16 


" 17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 

• 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


J, 443 


535 


362 


87 


937 


413 


6 




138 


35 




18 


1,224 


1,854 


7 


237 


149 


25 


10 


206 


135 






6 


4 




^ , 


153 


195 


71 


323 


144 


30 


3 


214 


136 


'3 




76 


5 




13 


283 


416 


7-2 


1)8 


14 


56 


1 


62 


13 






. 






. 


68 


156 


7-3 


340 


128 


148 


52 


157 


64 


"3 


, , 


32 


ii 




'4 


244 


403 


7-4 


206 


66 


25 


1 


170 


65 






11 








187 


301 


7-5 


160 


14 


38 




109 


^, 


, , 




13 


14 




, , 


252 


313 


7-6 


59 


20 


40 


26 


19 














1 


37 


70 


13F-2 


408 


219 


121 


bi 


278 


165 


^ , 


, . 


9 


, , 


5 


7 


257 


416 


8 


98 


79 


62 


■ 50 


28 


29 






8 


,, 






58 


50 


81 


187 


1 


21 




165 


1 


, , 


• • 


1 


, , 




• • 


134 


292 


8-2 


123 


139 


38 


4 


85 


135 










5 


7 


65 


74 


13F-2 


756 


554 


463 


343 


219 


208 


8 




66 


3 


4 


3 


431 


' 494 


9 


441 


301 


217 


150 


159 


148 


8 


, , 


57 


3 


4 


3 


282 


336 


9-1 


310 


251 


242 


191 


< 59 


60 


, , 


, , 


9 


, , 


, , 


, , 


147 


153 


9-2 


5 


2 


4 


2 


1 




'. • 


•• 


,•• 


•• 


•• 


— 


2 


5 


93 


13,649 


3,588 


7,059 


849 


4,613 


2,344 


157 


35 


1,820 


360 


554 


1,721 


12,313 


20,533 


1 


7,198 


1,926 


3.926 


460 


2,318 


1,238 


99 


17 


855 


211 


354 


760 


6,743 


11,373 


11 


6,451 


1,662 


3.133 


389 


2,295 


1,106 


58 


18 


965 


149 


200 


961 


5,570 


9,160 


1-2 


8,208 


3,092 


3,725 


412 


1,997 


1,310 


85 


20 


2,401 


1,350 


465 


491 


7,604 


12,149 


2 


3,738 


1,200 


1,536 


99 


855 


370 


53 


14 


1,294 


717 


239 


323 


3.521 


5,753 


21 


121 


78 


28 


9 


73 


54 


, , 




20 


15 


1 


. , 


50 


68 


2-2 


4,349 


1,814 


2,161 


304 


1,069 


886 


32 


6 


1,087 


618 


225 


168 


4,033 


6,328 


2-3 


3,325 


2,568 


387 


97 


999 


739 


18 


2 


1,921 


1,730 


42 


26 


3,354 


3,787 


3 


407 


244 


83 


4 


193 


162 






131 


78 






327 


430 


3-1 


2.082 


1,775 


106 


14 


553 


422 


13 


2 


1,410 


1,337 


37 


23 


2,202 


2,343 


3-2 


836 


549 


198 


79 


253 


155 


5 




380 


315 


5 


3 


825 


1.014 


3-3 


3,337 


2,175 


477 


75 


604 


410 


23 


6 


2,233 


1,684 


369 


405 


2i645 


3,341 


4 


■1,056 


549 


297 


54 


276 


• 179 


12 


, , 


471 


316 


99 


175 


871 


1,220 


41 


179 


161 






23 


22 




, , 


156' 


139 


4 


20 


96 


92 


4-2 


43 


43 






4 


6 






39 


37 


1 


4 


24 


27 


4-3 


517 


351 


2 


1 


105 


55 


8 


'3 


402 


292 


29 


24 


460 


519 


4-4 


235 


214 














235 


214 


7 


3 


105 


95 


4-5 


438 


236 


i 


., 


is 


i 


'2 


'i 


415 


234 


203 


153 


478 


625 


4-6 


723 


541 


172 


20 


178 


147 


1 


2 


372 


372 


2 


17 


529 


664 


4-7 


96 


50 








.. 






96 


50 




,. 


47 


54 


4-8 


50 


30 


'3 




■ • 




.. 


• • 


47 


30 


24 


9 


35 


45 


4.9 


•i;226 


907 


89 


4 


S3 


47 


.. 


1 


1,054 


855 


89 


44 


778 


1,032 


5 


347 


230 


59 


3 


58 


38 


, , 


, , 


230 


189 


57 


20 


287 


440 


5-1 


52 


49 






2 




• ■ 


, ^ 


50 


49 


22 


12 


57 


54 


5-2 . 


223 


140 


30 


i 


5 


3 




1- 


188 


135 


10 


12 


HI 


150 


5-3 


259 


216 


, , 


,^ 


18 


6 




, , 


241 


210 




. . 


146 


199 


5-4 


81 


69 












, , 


81 


69 


,. 


, , 


29 


38 


5-5 


119 


92 


, , 












119 


92 




, , 


73 


77 


5-6 


145 


111 


• . 










. • 


145 


111 




. « 


75 


74 


5 7 


3,774 


1,728 


1,174 


120 


966 


459 


26 


6 


1,608 


1,143 


409 


376 


3,641 


5,366 


6 


2.980 


1,278 


1,116 


120 


906 


441 


18 


4 


940 


713 


278 


265 


3.070 


4,517 


61 


370 


143 


49 




47 


17 


8 


2 


266 


124 


65 


■ 64 


. 271 


411 


6-2 


251 


171 






1 


1 






250 


170 


65 


46 


187 


276 


6-3 


173 


136 


'9 




12 


.. 






152 


136 


1 


1 


113 


162 


6-4 


21,559 


4,312 


9,415 


393 


6,976 


2,755 


183 


49 


4,985 


1,115 


911 


1,224 


21,508 


36,112 


7 


773 


87 


470 


6 


170 


42 


11 


2 


122 


37 


64 


93 


858 


1.385 


71 


1,554 


268 


676 


25 


551 


174 


9 


1 


318 


68 


86 


283 


1,699 


2.722 


7-2 


1,688 


287 


991 


13 


487 


231 


11 


2 


199 


41 


131 


75 


1,909 


3.331 


7-3 


2,715 


553 


1,463 


74 


1,024 


430 


9 


4 


219 


45 


77 


177 


2,579 


4,333 


7-4 


2,026 


291 


859 


26 


683 


214 


17 


6 


467 . 


45 


123 


163 


2.079 


3,596 


7-5 


1.089 


256 


205 


9 


316 


147 


14 


4 


554 


96 


27 


20 


1,005 


1,740 


7-6 


2,536 


383 


1,172 


26 


678 


207 


23 


11 


663 


139 


72 


85 


2.796 


4.615 


7-7 


2,239 


441 


1,023 


42 


642 


298 


12 


7 


562 


94 


82 


41 


2,272 


3,89r> 


7-8 


1,735 


381 


459 


12 


595 


226 


43 


3 


638 


140 


115 


132 


1,768 


2.791 


7-9 


978 


210 


359 


23 


333 


133 


15 


3 


271 


51 


68 


89 


1,140 


1.755 


710 


784 


351 


424 


120 


296 


221 


6 


1 


58 


9 


3 


4 


730 


1,147 


711 


1,092 


201 


461 


6 


391 


91 


4 


1 


236 


103 


16 


8 


912 


1,680 


7-12 


■2,3qD 


603 


853 


11 


810 


341 


9 


4 


678 


247 


47 


54 


1. 761 


3,122 


713 



59 



TABLE 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 









• No. of 




To 


tal popu 


lation 




















occupied 
residen- 
tial 
houses 




(including institutional 


Scheduled 


Schcd 


uled 








Village/ 
Desom 


Area of 
village in 
hectares 


•* No. 

of house 
holds 


and houseless po 


pulation) 


Castes 


Tribe, 


Literates 

A^ 


Code 
No. 


Personi 


Males 


Females 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 


2 


3 


4 

• 


■ 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


UDUMI 


ANCHOLA TXhVK—conctd. 
























S Parathode 


5,662-W 


3,388 


3,427 


17,068 


8,698 


8,369 


678 


677 


15 


20 


6,236 


5,047 


81 


Kambala 




448 


448 


1.592 


824 


768 


21 


21 


, , 


, , 


447 


263 


8-2 Kilavikulam 




41 


41 


138 


76 


62 








, , 


24 


12 


8-3 Paraihodc 




239 


245 


J54 


495 


459 


89 


89 






283 


143 


8 4 KombamcUu 




2,660 


2,693 


14,383 


7,303 


7,080 


568 


567 


15 


20 


5,482 


4,629 


!> 


Pampadampara 


10,23319 


8,716 


8,839 


47,502 


24,507 


22,995 


1,777 


1,664 


191 


182 


18,444 


15,905 


9- 1 PuUyaninala 




846 


857 


4,550 


2,373 


2,177 


85 


72 


57 


51 


1,775 


1,488 


9-2 Pampadumpara 




2,821 


2,897 


14,818 


7,645 


7,1/3 


808 


824 


116 


113 


5,461 


4,538 


9'3 Cumbammettu 




5,049 


5,085 


•i8,134 


14.489 


13,645 


884 


768 


18 


18 


11,208 


9,879 


10 


Vandanmettu 


6,75«-24 


5,170 


5,266 


26,296 


13,396 


12,900 


904 


919 


161 


169 


9,088 


7,644 


10- 1 


Vandaiimctlu 




905 


919 


4,073 


2,120 


1,953 


285 


278 


51 


51 


1,15C 


833 


10-2 


Mali 




610 


619 


2,438 


1,215 


1,223 


91 


106 


1 


, , 


590 


321 


10-3 Karuvakkulara 




281 


287 


1,172 


617 


555 


67 


72 


22 


25 


335 


150 


10-4 Anakkara 




3,374 


3,441 


18,613 


9,444 


9,169 


461 


463 


87 


93 


7,001 


6,340 


11 


AyyappancoU 


7,620-49 


5,254 


5,323 


28,506 


14,687 


13,819 


507 


491 


290 , 


215 


11,010 


9,497 


111 


Kunthalappara 




2,556 


2,598 


14,749 


7,536 


7,213 


276 


269 


133 


71 


5,806 


5,253 


11 -2 Kanavakkuzhi 


^ 


363 


365 


1,693 


908 


785 


77 


86 




. . 


543 


351 


11-3 Kalthotti 




2,335 


2,360 


12,064 


6.243 


5,821 


154 


136 


157 


144 


4,661 


3,893 


12 


Chakkupallam 


5,525-94 


3,692 


3,779 


17,190 


8,764 


8,426 


767 


715 


157 


148 


5,472 


4,184 


12-1 


Chakkupallaiu 




2,969 


3.037 


14„552 


7,40G 


7,146 


758 


702 


157 


148 


4,878 


3,959 


12-2 


Sasthanoda 




192 


194 


647 


335 


312 


• . 






.» 


191 


70 


12-3 Vazhavidu 




531 


548 


1,991 


1.023 


968 


9 


i3 


• • 


.. 


403 


155 


THODU 


PUZHA TALUK 


























1 


Manakkad 
(Pertion) 


19«2 75 


2,148 


2,163 


11,860 


5,984 


5,876 


338 


332 


5 


1 


5,011 


4,603 


11 


Arikkuzha 




578 


581 


3,432 


1,713 


1,719 


66 


62 


, , 




1,480 


1,389 


1-2 


Chittoor 




294 


294 


1,599 


825 


774 


40 


39 


2 




702 


594 


1-3 


Manakkad 

(Portion)* 




313 


302 


1,620 


820 


800 


102 


109 


— 


•• 


700 


646 


1-4 


Puthuppariyarara 




207 


208 


1,070 


548 


522 


64 


55 


1 




454 


387 


1-5 


Periyampra 




215 


215 


1,139 


556 


583 


29 


28 






455 


438 


1-6 


Vengaloor 




320 


324 


1,820 


935 


885 


11 


15 


2 


1 


767 


706 


1-7 


Praka 




21 


21 


114 


57 


57 










45 


45 


1-8 


Moonnupecdika 




112 


112 


622 


290 


332 


15 


i7 






216 


236 


1-9 


Nediyasala 




88 


88 


444 


240 


204 


11 


7 






192 


162 


2 


Kumaraman- 


2064 48 


2,051 


2,052 


12,087 


6,023 


6,064 


429 


432 


6 


4 


4,794 


4,460 




galam (Portion) 






















» 


21 


Veloor 




81 


81 


501 


255 


246 


18 


20 


••• 


, . 


205 


190 


2-2 


Kaloor 




438 


438 


2,538 


1,263 


1,275 


62 


52 


6 


4 


1,030 


952 


2-3 


Ezhalloor 




292 


292 


1,740 


859 


881 


91 


91 






668 


642 


2-4 


Perumpillichira 




571 


572 


3,346 


1,715 


1,631 


100 


94 






1,335 


1,131 


2-5 


Kiunaramangalam 




458 


458 


2,565 


1,262 


1,303 


132 


156 




.. 


998 


951 


2-6 


Mailacombu 




149 


149 


1,007 


484 


523 


26 


19 






400 


434 


2-7 


Vengallur 

(Portion) * 




62 


62 


390 


185 


205 


... 




'■• 


• • 


1.58 


160 


3 


Kodikkulam 


4,120 23 


5,887 


5,929 


31,528 


16,046 


15,482 


903 


873 


808 


774 


12,064 


10,848 


3-i 


MuUaringad* 




392 


393 


2,207 


1,111 


1,096 


181 


187 


8 


5 


781 


692 


3-2 


Vannappuramf 




425 


431 


2,387 


1,208 


1,179 


79 


113 


6 


7 


987 


888 


3-3 


Venma'tom 




294 


294 


1,616 


823 


793 


23 


23 






693 


644 


3-4 


Karshaka Colony 




295 


296 


1,659 


829 


830 


33 


23 






648 


582 


3-5 


Perumpuzha 




457 


466 


2,656 


1,307 


1,349 


26 


24 


65 


73 


983 


964 


3-6 


Kaliyar Estate 




241 


242 


1,199 


631 


568 


8 


9 


2 


.. 


503 


403 


3-7 


Koduveli 




177 


179 


1,115 


544 


571 


12 


21 




2 


429 


424 


3-8 


Kodikulam East 




379 


381 


2,249 


1,129 


1,120 


70 


72 






868 


805 


3-9 


Thcnnathoor 




249 


250 


1,394 


710 


684 


27 


31 






563 


506 


3-lC 


Parapuzha 




156 


157 


947 


475 


472 


16 


15 






390 


379 


311 


Kodikulam West 




448 


451 


2,502 


1,260 


1,242 


70 


63 






986 


905 


3-12 


Nedumattom 




221 


221 


1,272 


640 


632 


13 


12 






539 


498 


3-13 


Kanunbalamattom 


47 


47 


270 


132 


138 




1 






101 


101 


3-14 


Vandamattom 




234 


235 


1,366 


686 


680 


39 


28 






547 


■517 


12F-1G Kothamangalam 




1,872 


1,886 


8,689 


4,561 


4,128 


306 


251 


727 


687 


3,046 


2,540 




Range 


























12-3FB Thodupuzha Range 






•• 
















■• 



• Remaining portion included ia Thodupuzha Municipality. 
■}■ Includes the forest areas transferred to Kodikulam Village. 



60 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— contl. 

Main worker 













Household 


industry 


_^ 


























manufacturing, 
























Agricultural 


processing, sen.ic 






Marginal 








Total 


Cultivators 

A. 


labourers 

. A 


ing and repairs 


Other workers 

- A . — . 


workers 


Non 


-workers 
.-« — ^ 


Code 

No. 


M 


F 


M 


F M 


F 


M 


F M 


F 


M 


F 


m" 


F 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


• 21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


4,437 


1,552 


996 


62 


1,524 


580 


43 


13 


1,874 


897 


266 


188 


3,995 


6,629 


8 


573 


440 


40 




110 


84 






423 


336 






251 


328 


81 


48 


9 


1 




24 


9 






?3 






. , 


28 


53 


8-2 


333 


216 


26 


'9 


108 


99 


'7 


"l 


194 


107 






160 


243 


8-3 


3,481 


887 


929 


53 


1,282 


388 


36 


12 


1,234 


434 


266 


188 


3,556 


6,005 


8-4 


11,782 


2,641 


4,099 


122 


3,675 


1,122 


84 


21 


3,924 


1,376 


854 


1,087 


11,871 


19,267 


9 


1,2411 


334 


398 


9 


290 


97 


12 


4 


340 


224 


36 


14 


1.097 


1,829 


91 


3,789 


1,101 


1,063 


35 


1,244 


367 


20 


3 


1,462 


696 


231 


330 


3.623 


5,742 


9-2 


6,753 


1.206 


.2,638 


78 


2,141 


658 


52 


14 


1.922 


4.36 


587 


743 


7.149 


11,696 


9-3 


6,%2 


2,902 


2,083 


128 


1,848 


856 


41 


3 


2,990 


1,915 


271 


255 


6,163 


9,743 


10 


1,034 


627 


65 


16 


35 


6 


3 


.. 


931 


605 


125 


123 


961 


1,203 


10- 1 


752 


469 


1 




36 


16 


2 


, ^ 


713 


433 


3 


2 


460 


752 


10-2 


380 


285 


1 


.' 


1 




. 




378 


285 


15 


17 


222 


253 


10-3 


4,796 


1,521 


2,016 


112 


1,776 


834 


36 


'3 


968 


572 


128 


113 


4.520 


7.535 


10-4 


7,197 


2,313 


2,433 


42 


1,867 


558 


60 


7 


2,837 


1,706 


331 


239 


7,159 


11,267 


11 


3,861 


1,138 


1.365 


26 


1.137 


379 


32 


2 


1,327 


731 


m 


103 


3. .341 


3,972 


111 


490 


264 


78 


4 


28 


8 


1 


1 


383 


251 


16 


11 


402 


510 


U-2 


2,846 


911 


990 


12 


702 


171 


27 


4 


1,127 


724 


181 


123 


3.216 


4.783 


11-3 


4,682 


2 759 


998 


98 


915 


498 


14 


4 


2,755 


2,159 


227 


i40 


3,835 


5,527 


12 


3,758 


2.030 


984 


97 


889 


469 


14 


4 


1,871 


1,460 


226 


140 


3,422 


4.976 


121 


223 


154 


3 












220 


154 






112 


158 


12-2 


701 


575 


U 


"i 


26 


29 


•• 


•• 


664 


545 


I 




321 


393 


12-3 


2,689 


667 


893 


50 


472 


257 


37 


9 


1,287 


351 


274 


387 


3,021 


4,822 


1 


824 


210 


314 


9 


122 


64 


8 


2 


380 


135 


88 


181 


801 


1,328 


11 


346 


71 


82 




77 


34 


5 




182 


36 


17 


5 


462 


698 


1-2 


376 


66 


76 


-. 


78 


30 


7 


'3 


215 


33 


10 


7 


i34 


727 


1-3 


253 


60 


73 




37 


20 


7 




136 


40 


31 


34 


264 


428 


1-4 


288 


97 


131 


5 


41 


51 


I 


, , 


115 


41 


3 


• > 


265 


486 


1-5 


418 


122 


146 


31 


71 


33 


6 




195 


54 


7 


3 


510 


760 


1-6 


24 


4 


12 


, , 


2 


3 


1 


, , 


9 


1 






33 


53 


1-7 


60 


17 


18 


2 


27 


12 


1 




14 


3 


99 


147 


131 


168 


1-8 


100 


20 


41 


2 


17 


10 


1 




41 


8 


19 


10 


121 


174 


1-9 


2,769 


617 


866 


19 


637 


317 


42 


15 


1,224 


266 


195 


279 


3,059 


5,168 


2 


123 


23 


22 




47 


14 


1 




53 


11 


1 


1 


J31 


220 


21 


625 


142 


227 


'2 


125 


99 


15 


'2 


258 


39 


41 


31 


:j97 


1,102 


2-2 


381 


71 


133 


10 


69 


29 


! 




178 


32 


56 


76 


422 


734 


2-3 


774 


109 


267 


2 


211 


69 


8 




288 


38 


35 


82 


906 


1,440 


2-4 


574 


155 


132 


5 


155 


81 


11 


ii 


276 


58 


55 


72 


633 


1.076 


2-5 


210 


93 


64 




27 


21 


5 


1 


114 


71 


7 


17 


267 


413 


2-6 


32 


22 


21 




3 


4 


1 


1 


57 


17 






103 


183 


2-7 


7,539 


2,232 


2,948 


292 


2,293 


1,343 


62 


22 


2,236 


575 


811 


1,023 


7,696 


12,227 


3 


313 


60 


153 


12 


57 


30 


8 


6 


95 


12 


258 


280 


540 


756 


3-1 


556 


160 


212 


37 


123 


83 


3 


3 


218 


37 


51 


40 


601 


979 


3-2 


370 


45 


174 


2 


55 


21 


4 




137 


22 


32 


66 


421 


682 


3-3 


336 


181 


23 


27 


116 


109 




i 


197 


44 


74 


38 


419 


611 


3-4 


616 


149 


217 


17 


208 


57 


'2 




189 


75 


32 


15 


659 


1.183 


3-5 


261 


122 


27 




22 


9 






212 


113 


59 


52 


311 


39-1 


3-6 


250 


61 


108 


i 


55 


28 


'3 




84 


32 


29 


15 


265 


493 


3-7 


544 


144 


173 


3 


94 


81 


12 


5 


265 


55 


40 


87 


543 


889 


3-8 


274 


109 


99 


4 


51 


64 


2 




122 


41 


92 


'.•2 


344 


4«3 


3-9 


183 


48 


81 


3 


26 


22 


1 


'2 


77 


21 


45 


33 


245 


391 . 


3-10 


608 


125 


237 


11 


125 


75 


6 




240 


39 


5 


23 


647 


1,094 


311 


339 


81 


170 


4 


84 


49 


4 




81 


28 


2 


3 


299 


548 


312 


53 


9 


10 




8 


1 


5 


"2 


32 


6 


10 


9 


67 


120 


3-13 


333 


45 


184 


'4 


83 


27 


3 




63 • 


14 


6 


1 


347 


634 


3- 14 


2.499 


393 


1,080 


167 


1,186 


687 


9 


'3 


224 


36 


76 


269 


1,986 


2.966 


12F-1C 



12F-33 



106/509—22 



61 



TABLE 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 



♦No. of Total population 

Code Village/ Area of occupied •♦No. of (including institutional Scheduled 

No. Deaom village in residential house- and houseless population) Castes 

hectares houses holds , ^ -^ / -* 

Persons Males Females M 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 



THODUPUZHA TALUK— fon(</. 

4 Karimaooor 3,603 36 3,240 

4- 1 Kiiriinipalamattom 296 

4-2 .\eyyasseryt 1,420 

4 3 PallicLal 207 

4-4 Pannoor 378 

4-5 Karimannoor 545 

4-6 Chilavu 352 

12F-3B Thodupuzha ' 42 
Range 



3,257 19,263 9,515 9,748 393 



51 

5-2 
5-3 
')-4 
5-5 
5-6 
5-7 



6.1 

7 

71 
7.2 
7.3 

7.4 
7.5 
7.6 

8 

8.1 
8.2 
8.3 

8.4 

9 

9.1 
9.2 
9.3 
9.4 
9.5 
9.6 
9.7 
9.8 

10 

10.1 
10.2 
10.3 
10.4 
10 5 
10.6 
10.7 

11 

11.1 
11.2 
11.3 
11.4 
11.5 
11.6 
12F3B 



Karikkode 

(Portion)f 

Ezhumuttom 

.\lakkode 

Edai'ccty 

Thoiidikkuzha 

Ireakode 

Keerikuilc 

Thekkui 1 ibliagom 

Thodupuzha 92 17 

(Portion)f 

Thattarathatta 

(Portion) 
Furappuzha 2353 -97 

Vengaloor 

Chilavoor 

Melpurappuzha 

Keezhupurappuzha 

Chooralloor 

Kuninji 

Karimkuimam 2175.00 
(Portion)f 

Thattarathatta 
Mrala 

Karimkunnam 
Ottalloor 



Muttom 2544.26 

Chuiathoor 

Penimat torn 

Edappilly 

Muttom 

Sankarappilly 

Kakkombu 

Ellumpram 

Thudanganad 

Alakkode 2661.27 

Alakkode 

Elamdesom 

Kuriclii 

Anchiri 

Sankarappilly 

Thalayanad 

Kudayaihoor 

Udumbannoor 3094.33 

Neyyassery 

Udumbannoor 

Pallil-kal 

Edamaiukii 

\'cllanthanam 

Pannoor 

Thodupuzha Range 



296 
1,430 
207 
379 
550 
353 
42 



1,676 
8,386 
1,193 
2,167 
3,305 
2,309 
227 



822 
4,151 

588 
1,061 
1,613 
1.161 

119 



854 
4,235 

605 
1,106 
1,692 
1,148 

108 



25 
216 

9 
63 
53 

3 
24 



2,165 94 2,023 2,026 11,777 6,012 5,765 317 



291 
133 
662 
142 
50 
123 
622 

72 

72 

1,988 

394 
43 

326 
441 
238 
546 



291 
133 
662 
142 
50 
124 
624 

75 

75 

2,002 

400 
43 
331 
441 
240 
547 



1.797 
783 

3.641 
860 
268 
773 

3,655 

417 

417 

11,150 

2,204 
276 

1,839 
2,447 

1,311 
3,073 



935 
402 

1,861 
425 
133 
409 

1,847 

211 

211 

5,560 

1,118 
149 
918 

1,222 
645 

1,508 



862 
381 

1,780 
435 
135 
364 

1,808 

206 

206 

5,590 

1,086 
127 
921 

1,225 
666 

1,565 



25 
13 
126 
31 
12 
31 
79 

8 

8 

183 

27 

66 
44 
23 
23 



83 
490 
911 
401 

1,678 

15 
74 
314 
385 
153 
73 
157 
507 

1,632 

356 

537 

135 

447 

32 

27 

98 

3,571 

7 

1,012 

20 

1,140 

634 

40 

718 



85 
500 
918 
404 

1,706 

16 
79 
315 
3% 
159 
73 
158 
510 

1,640 

358 

541 

135 

447 

32 

28 

99 

3,580 

7 

1,018 

20 

1,142 

634 

40 

719 



456 
2,854 
5,198 
2,483 

9,741 

88 

381 

1,834 

2,116 

900 

387 

899 

3,136 

9,628 

1,999 
3,108 
856 
2,707 
190 
184 
.384 

19,241 

47 
3,647 

119 
6,464 
3,507 

208 
3,249 



227 
1,431 
2,593 
1,277 

4,836 

32 
190 
911 

1,059 
446 
199 
441 

1,558 

4,799 

1,033 

1,536 

426 

1,313 

96 

97 

298 

9,744 

21 
2.341 

65 
3,2d8 
1,746 

98 
1,675 



229 
1.423 
2,605 
1,206 

4,905 

56 
191 
923 

1,057 
454 
188 
458 

1,,=)78 

4,829 

966 

1,572 

430 

1,394 

94 

87 

286 

9,497 

26 
2,806 

54 
3,166 
1,761 

110 
1,574 



37 
171 
107 

59 

318 

5 
20 
42 
76 
51 

6 
32 
86 

231 

54 

26 

9 

112 

18 

4 

8 

363 

147 

lio 

34 
16 
56 



F 

10 



399 

31 
224 

8 
.59 
45 

4 
28 

276 

24 
12 
117 
20 
9 
23 
71 



212 

35 

76 
48 
26 
27 



1,885 1,907 10,991 5,528 5,463 374 354 



144 

106 
31 
14 
45 



Scheduled 
Tiibes 



M 

11 



58 

7 
8 

2 

7 
34 



10 



10 



11 

3 
8 
5 



40 

155 1 

101 I 

58 3 



314 

10 

21 
37 
77 
52 
5 
33 
79 

257 

59 
32 
14 
121 
13 
6 
12 



340 1,066 



339 



o 
32 

7 

50 

190 

55 

13 

1 

12 



14 
57 

987 



F 
12 

32 

7 



4 
16 



11 

i 

10 
2 



2 
367 



12 
38 
4 
43 
202 
68 

18 

1 

7 



1,028 

'e 
is 

51 
956 



Literate* 



M 
13 



7,497 

654 
3,251 

457 

860 
1,297 

880 
98 



775 
322 

1,406 
333 
115 
360 

1,446 

177 

177 

4,504 

916 
110 
746 
969 
330 
1,233 



170 
1,112 
2,142 
1,012 

3,929 

25 
140 
681 
895 
343 
158 
391 
1,296 

3,7M 

791 

1,278 

314 

1,010 

76 

78 

247 

7,584 

20 
2,227 

53 
2,671 
1,400 

81 
1.132 



F 
.14 



7,143 

629 
3,061 

465 

848 
1,302 

755 
83 



4,757 4,190 



661 

282 
1,130 

314 
% 

305 
1,402 

159 

159 

4,284 

841 
103 
721 
920 
523 
1,176 



4,436 4,235 



163 
1,021 
2,105 

946 

3,739 

32 
137 
607 
855 
317 
156 
386 
1,249 

3,605 

682 

1,216 

298 

1,026 
73 

239 

6,695 

23 
1,984 

49 
2,304 
1,279 

77 
979 



fNeyyassery includes Thommankothu and Kuzhimattom. 



62 



PRIMARY CENSUS i 


IBST 


RACl — 


conta. 


























Main workers 






















1 — ■ 












1 
Houjehold industry 


























(manufacturing, 






















Agricu 


Itural 


processing, servicing 




Marginal 








Total 

A 




Cultivators 

A 


labourers 

A» 


and 


repairs) 


Other workers 


\ 


workeis 


Non- 


■worKcrs 


Code 

Mr. 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


ilU. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


4,468 


1,068 


1,800 


55 


1,123 


660 


45 


12 


1,500 


341 


202 


203 


4,845 


8,477 


4 


371 


107 


131 


10 


74 


65 


2 


3 


164 


29 


27 


21 


424 


726 


41 


1,928 


436 


763 


28 


492 


276 


23 


6 


650 


126 


140 


157 


2,083 


3.642 


4-2 


300 


81 


170 


8 


68 


48 


2 




60 


25 


, , 




288 


524 


4-3 


.".35 


184 


187 


2 


154 


138 


7 


2 


187 


42 


2 


"i 


524 


921 


4-4 


785 


163 


260 


2 


189 


65 


9 


1 


327 


95 


6 


2 


822 


1,527 


4-5 


494 


84 


253 


., 


128 


60 


2 




111 


24 


24 


• 13 


643 


1,051 


4-6 


35 


13 


36 


5 


18 


8 






1 




3 


9 


61 


86 


12F-3B 



3^10 



687 



803 



30 724 



340 



25 



1,258 



314 



123 



135 3,079 4,923 



410 


99 


220 


17 


112 


59 


3 


1 


75 


k2 


29 


35 


496 


728 


5-1 


220 


31 


71 


,. 


76 


20 


5 


, ^ 


68 


11 


1 


7 


181 


343 


5-2 


880 


189 


145 


8 


266 


118 


12 


■> 


457 


61 


48 


51 


933 


1,540 


5-3 


231 


49 


79 


5 


50 


25 






102 


19 


5 


6 


189 


380 


5-4 


59 


17 


5 




24 


13 






30 


4 


, , 


, , 


74 


118 


5-5 


202 


32 


51 




43 


19 


'3 




105 


13 


6 


.. 


201 


332 


5-6 


808 


270 


232 




153 


86 


2 




421 


184 


34 


56 


1,005 


1,482 


5-7 


102 


27 


38 


3 


29 


12 


.. 


.. 


35 


12 


6 


3 


103 


176 


6 


102 


27 


38 


3 


29 


12 


. . 




35 


12 


6 


3 


103 


176 


6-1 


2,684 


450 


1,252 


30 


691 


259 


30 


4 


711 


157 


85 


74 


2,791 


5,066 


7 


573 


108 


255 


8 


130 


53 


14 




174 


47 


1 


.. 


544 


978 


71 


58 


11 


36 


1 


10 


7 






12 


3 






91 


116 


72 


460 


105 


208 


8 


118 


62 


6 




128 


35 


1 


'7 


457 


809 


7-3 


582 


59 


251 


3 


153 


29 


5 


'3 


173 


24 


23 


18 


617 


1,148 


7-4 


322 


39 


156 


5 


85 


18 






81 


16 






323 


627 


7-5 


689 


128 


346 


5 


195 


90 


'5 


i 


143 


32 


60 


49 


759 


1,388 


7-6 


2^485 


620 


875 


31 


744 


341 


21 


7 


845 


241 


105 


152 


2,938 


4 691 


8 


102 


24 


29 


1 


47 


8 


1 




25 


15 


4 


22 


121 


183 


81 


588 


208 


146 


7 


245 


102 


5 


. 


192 


99 


49 


67 


794 


1,148 


8-2 


1,242 


270 


479 


14 


321 


153 


14 


6 


428 


97 


29 


47 


1,322 


2,288 


8-3 


553 


118 


221 


9 


131 


78 


1 


1 


200 


30 


23 


16 


701 


1,072 


8-4 


^31 


520 


891 


28 


513 


234 


15 


11 


972 


247 


75 


150 


2,370 


4,235 


9 


13 


7 


1 


.. 


.. 


.. 


.. 


.. 


12 


7 


1 


4 


18 


45 


91 


69 


28 














69 


28 


14 


20 


107 


143 


9-2 


449 


122 


157 


10 


148 


91 


"2 


'3 


142 


18 






462 


801 


9-3 


552 


127 


126 


10 


67 


33 


6 


6 


353 


78 


19 


46 


488 


884 


9-4 


226 


13 


97 




63 


8 


3 




63 


5 




1 


220 


440 


9-5 


99 


8 


73 


2 


10 


3 






16 


3 






100 


180 


9-6 


187 


45 


88 


1 


42 


21 






57 


23 






254 


413 


9-7 


796 


170 


349 


5 


183 


78 


4 


'2 


260 


85 


ii 


79 


721 


1,329 


9-8 


2,287 


587 


895 


31 


650 


402 


38 


1 


704 


153 


110 


125 


2,402 


4,117 


10 


501 


134 


152 


8 


187 


89 


8 




154 


37 






532 


832 


101 


787 


155 


363 


4 


169 


90 


19 




236 


61 


8 


6 


741 


1,411 


10-2 


183 


88 


41 


3 


75 


75 




i 


67 


9 


23 


30 


220 


312 


10-3 


580 


171 


227 


14 


192 


125 


'7 




154 


32 


78 


88 


655 


1,135 


10-4 


41 


7 


12 




9 


4 






20 


3 






55 


87 


10-5 


48 


2 


26 




2 


1 


'3 




17 


1 






49 


85 


10-6 


147 


30 


74 


'2 


16 


18 


1 




56 


10 


i 


i 


150 


255 


10-7 


4,679 


1,281 


1,971 


379 


1,144 


670 


48 


11 


1,516 


221 


253 


341 


4,812 


7,875 


11 


9 


1 


7 






.. 


1 




1 


1 


1 




U 


25 


111 


1,303 


285 


493 


13 


350 


189 


15 


'5 


445 


78 


85 


134 

• 1 


1,453 


2,387 


11-2 


• 29 


4 


1 










, , 


28 


4 


2 


34 


48 


11-3 


1,583 


282 


499 


'i 


350 


190 


20 


1 


714 


90 


m 


146 


1,610 


2,738 


11-4 


807 


122 


303 


7 


239 


76 


9 


4 


256 


35 


49 


36 


89« 


1,603 


11-5 


48 


8 


14 


1 


7 


2 


2 


1 


25 


4 


6 


13 


44 


89 


11-6 


900 


579 


654 


357 


198 


213 


1 




47 


9 


5 


10 


770 


985 


12F-3B 



63 



TABLE 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 









*No. of 




Total population 


















Area of 


occu- 




(Includi 


ne institutional 


















village 


pied 




and houseless 


Scheduled 


Scheduled 










in 
hect- 
ares 


resi- ■ 
dential 
houses 


»*No. of 
hoiue- 
holds 


populatior 





Ca-stes 

A. 


Tribes 


Literati'!. 


Code 
No. 


Village/Dcsom 


Persons 


Males : 


Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


moDui 


>UZHA TALUK— fO'vW. 
























12 


Velliamattam 


2a»4.77 


2,812 


2,857 


15,648 


7,944 


7,704 


433 


427 


2,260 


2,103 


5,799 


5,169 


12.1 


Elamdesom 




399 


417 


2,489 


1,259 


1,230 


80 


76 


30 


25 


929 


790 


12.2 


^■cIliamattaIn 




721 


735 


4,297 


2,159 


2,138 


122 


123 


4 


5 


1,720 


1,660 


12.3 


Poochapra 




38 


38 


185 


88 


97 






48 


49 


73 


68 


12.4 


Keettila 




102 


103 


631 


316 


315 


31 


32 






231 


179- 


12.5 


Kudayathoor 




491 


501 


2,%6 


1,487 


1,479 


145 


142 


22 


is 


1,203 


1,130 


12F3B 


Tbodupuzha Range 




1,061 


1,063 


5,080 


2,635 


2,445 


55 


54' 


2,156 


2,011 


1,643 


1,342 


13 


Kudayathoor 


zws.ei 


1,620 


1,644 


9,108 


4,589 


4,519 


152 


121 


759 


786 


3,804 


3,520 


13.1 


Sankarappally 




28 


28 


157 


81 


76 






8 


10 


74 


65 


13.2 


Thalayanad 




57 


57 


312 


168 


144 


ii 


8 


7 


8 


140 


124 


13.3 


Kudayathoor 




558 


571 


3,120 


1,560 


1,560 


61 


42 


32 


32 


1,342 


1,210 


13.4 


Keetila 




339 


346 


2,051 


1,040 


1,011 


30 


31 


14 


11 


829 


755 


13.5 


Koovappally 




204 


204 


1,099 


571 


528 


4 


4 


320 


332 


489 


457 


13.6 


Morkkad 




132 


132 


752 


381 


371 






112 


115 


282 


261 


13.7 


Panthaplavu 




2C 


26 


144 


69 


75 


6 


4 


28 


35 


57 


54 


13.8 


Adoormala 




99 


99 


515 


250 


265 






188 


191 


210 


208 


13.9 


Kolapra 




177 


181 


958 


469 


489 


40 


32 


50 


52 


381 


386 


14 


Arakkulam 


(UnO 74 


3,059 


3,097 


16,088 


8,105 


7,983 


549 


550 


1,534 


1,517 


6,568 


6,093 


14- 1 


Keettila 




165 


167 


1,018 


:,0h 


512 


36 


35 


1 


1 


404 


390 


14-2 


Arakkulam North 




478 


484 


2,735 


1.380 


1,355 


65 


72 


13 


10 


1,123 


1,046 


14-3 


Karippalangad 




40 


40 


239 


124 


115 






42 


43 


100 


• 82 


14-4 


Ayyakad 




80 


86 


483 


240 


243 


6 


i 


1 


3 


183 


171 


14-5 


Pothumattam 




171 


171 


802 


412 


390 


14 


14 


14 


8 


316 


271 


14-6 


Moolaiiiattam 




905 


931 


4,605 


2,297 


2.308 


228 


233 


14 


20 


1,894 


1,839 


14-7 


Arakkulam 
South 




94 


94 


549 


279 


270 


11 


12 


25 


25 


239 


224 


14-8 


Puthode 




141 


141 


768 


379 


389 






200 


237 


338 


327 


U-9 


Kannikkal 




139 


139 


725 


363 


362 






274 


250 


328 


304 


14- 10 


Elappally 




306 


307 


.1,655 


848 


807 


36 


33 


254 


253 


719 


631 


14-11 


Edadu 




276 


279 


1.466 


751 


715 


152 


144 


171 


150 


581 


495 


12F-3B 


Thodupuzha Range 




258 


258 


1,043 


526 


517 


1 




525 


517 


343 


312 


15 


Idukki 52,363 -Sfi 


6,681 


6,725 


33,266 


17,037 


16,229 


854 


848 


2,430 


2,348 


12,352 


10,834 




[Portion (a)] 


























15- 1 


Pazhayarikandam 




1.183 


1,199 


5,789 


3.003 


2,786 


105 


116 


612 


595 


2.208 


1,889 


15-2 


Kanjikuzhi 




879 


882 


4,585 


2,396 


2,189 


124 


102 


341 


306 


1,821 


1,594 


K-3 


Keerithodu 




695 


698 


3,455 


1,736 


1.719 


95 


72 


53 


64 


1.307 


1,196 


15-4 


Chelachuva du 




416 


417 


2,212 


1,117 


1,095 


35 


30 


172 


175 


840 


750 


15-5 


Churuli 




629 


630 


3,197 


1.600 


1,597 


136 


139 


149 


157 


1,118 


1,009 


15-6 


Karimban 




298 


303 


1,429 


748 


681 


33 


49 




, , 


554 


482 


15-7 


VazhathopeJ 

[Portion] 
Maniyaranttudi 




598 


604 


3,221 


1.611 


1.610 


57 


83 


i 


2 


1.223 


1,116 


15-8 




419 


420 


2.268 


1.150 


1,118 


49 


50 


5 


4 


846 


762 


15-9 


Kulamavu 




483 


486 


1,976 


1.036 


940 


110 


108 


42 


50 


803 


664 


1510 


Kothapara 




320 


320 


1,652 


831 


821 


37 


40 


34 


23 


608 


568 


12F-3B 


Thodupuzha Range 




227 


227 


1,041 


543 


498 


2 


3 


78 


88 


384 


325 


15F-1B 


Ayyappancoil 




241 


246 


1,132 


585 


547 


3 


2 


575 


538 


299 


240 


15F-3 


Range 
Nagarampara Range 


293 


293 


1,309 


681 


628 


68 


51 


368 


346 


341 


239 



PEERMAOE TALUK 



1 


Pasuppara 111J2-97 5,5U 


5,659 


28,268 


14,267 


14,001 


3,031 


3,029 


121 


107 


10,278 


8,467 


11 


Kottamala 


835 


895 


4.211 


2.107 


2,104 


675 


691 


2 


•| 


1,398 


1,069 


1-2 


Pasuopara 


934 


938 


4,619 


2,329 


2,290 


483 


499 


21 


18 


1,719 


1,431 


1-3 


Mattulhavalam 


380 


382 


2,084 


1,044 


•1,040 


91 


85 


90 


87 


815 


769 


1-4 


Upputhara 


789 


792 


4.597 


2,308 


2.289 


172 


162 


5 




1,824 


1,694 


1-5 


Ottamaram 


1,172 


1,230 


6,168 


3,092 


3,076 


723 


709 






2,207 


1,744 


16 


Cheenth^iar 


571 


577 


^.795 


1,451 


1,345 


354 


348 






1,064 


856 


1-7 


Vaghamon 


831 


845 


3.793 


1,936 


1.857 


533 


535 


3 


1 


1.251 


904 



(a) Portion includes in Idukki Township. 



64 



2^contd. 

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— conld. 











Main 


workes 
































Household In- 




' 
















dustry (Manu- 




























factur 


ng, pro- 
























Agricultural 


cessing 


servicing 






Marg 


nal 






Code 


Total 

A 


Cultivators 

_A« 


Labourers 


and 


repairs) 


Other workers 


workers 
-*- 


Non-worker« 


No. 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


TVl 


F 


M 


F 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 




3,853 


756 


1,766 


83 


1,022 


497 


30 


1 


1,035 


175 


210 


106 


3,881 


6,842 


12 


473 


113 


123 


9 


111 


57 


4 


1 


235 


46 


118 


4(1 


668 


1,071 


12-1 


1,120 


266 


308 


7 


318 


174 


13 




481 


85 


55 


27 


984 


1,845 


12-2 


48 


2 


25 


, , 


3 


1 






20 


1 


, , 


2 


40 


93 


12-3 


96 


8 


1 




27 


4 







66 


4 


28 


21 


192 


286 


12-4 


7i-> 


203 


281 


2 


290 


180 






164 


21 


3 


2 


749 


1,274 


12-5 


1,381 


164 


1,028 


63 


273 


81 


ii 




69 


18 


6 


8 


1.248 


2,273 


12F-3B 


2,190 


366 


779 


82 


526 


124 


28 


2 


857 


158 


59 


317 


2.340 


3.836 


13 


41 


3 


20 




4 




.. 




17 


3 






40 


73 


13-1 


76 


13 


21 


"l 


9 


2 






46 


10 




"i 


92 


130 


13-2 


751 


107 


153 


3 


157 


28 


13 




428 


75 


7 


1 


802 


1.452 


13-3 


472 


57 


174 


4 


103 


32 


5 




190 


21 


6 


2 


562 


952 


13-4 


263 


39 


103 


14 


142 


13 


2 




16 


12 


13 


93 


295 


396 


13-5 


198 


13 


142 


1 


30 


8 


2 




24. 


4 




184 


183 


174 


13-6 


29 


10 


12 


6 


6 


1 


1 




10 


2 


7 


15 


33 


50 


13-7 


136 


53 


83 


41 


25 


5 


2 


, , 


26 


7 


17 


16 


97 


196 


13-8 


224 


71 


71 


12 


50 


35 


3 




100 


24 


9 


5 


236 


413 


13-9 


3,984 


1,103 


1,523 


83 


950 


467 


41 


8 


1,470 


545 


114 


96 


4,007 


6,784 


H 


243 


66 


106 


8 


45 


32 


4 


■ 3 


88 


23 


b 


11 


257 


435 


14- 1 


711 


176 


192 


3 


236 


96 


14 


5 


269 


72 


10 


8 


659 


1,171 


14-2 


54 


7 


27 




3 


1 






24 


6 


1 




69 


108 


14-0 


133 


31 


81 


'i 


W 


24 






12 


6 






107 


212 


14-4 


214 


41 


48 


1 


93 


27 


3 




70 


13 




2 


198 


347 


14-5 


1,075 


312 


238 


4 


139 


59 


9 




689 


249 


46 


34 


1,175 


1,962 


14-6 


136 


24 


67 




38 


18 


1 




30 


6 


•• 


•• 


143 


246 


14-7 


189 


27 


120 


4 


41 


18 


1 




27 


5 


7 


7 


183 


355 


14-8 


157 


8 


128 


4 


9 


1 


1 


, , 


19 


3 


3 


1 


203 


353 


14-9 


418 


96 


207 


4 


76 


35 


7 




128 


57 


36 


19 


394 


692 


14- 10 


377 


179 


127 


5 


150 


72 


1 




99 


102 


1 


2 


373 


534 


14-11 


277 


136 


182 


49 


80 


84 


■• 


•• 


15 


3 


4 


12 


245 


369 


12F-3B 


8,«80 


2,295 


4,060 


490 


3,155 


1,441 


76 


32 


1,389 


332 


405 


603 


7,952 


13,331 


15 


1,495 


209 


754 


28 


552 


162 


11 


5 


178 


14 


170 


187 


1,338 


2,390 


151 


1,200 


240 


605 


65 


408 


134 


6 


2 


181 


39 


76 


46 


1,120 


1,903 


15-2 


933 


317 


314 


27 


511 


272 


14 


2 


94 


16 


2 


5 


801 


1,397 


15-3 


593 


163 


263 


19 


217 


HI 


2 


2 


111 


31 


, , 


1 


524 


931 


15-4 


844 


374 


398 


113 


378 


234 


14 


11 


54 


16 


12 


24 


744 


1,199 


15-5 


365 


99 


136 


21 


145 


66 


1 


1 


83 


11 


19 


59 


364 


523 


15-6 


720 


179 


269 


11 


227 


114 


17 


3 


207 


51 


67 


105 


824 


1,326 


15-7 


538 


138 


233 


10 


200 


110 


4 




101 


18 


50 


62 


562 


918 


15-8 


523 


102 


104 




117 


17 


2 


'i 


300 


84 


1 


1 


512 


83, 


15-9 


458 


105 


272 


21 


166 


/5 


5 


5 


15 


4 


3 


79 


370 


637 


15-10 


330 


152 


274 


113 


33 


28 


, . 


. , 


23 


11 


4 


29 


209 


317 


12F-3B 


298 


84 


216 


13 


80 


69 


, , 


, , 


2 


2 




, , 


287 


463 


15F-1B 


383 


133 


222 


49 


121 


49 




. . 


40 


35 


1 


5 


297 


490 


15F-3 



6,067 


3,655 


1,234 


87 


1,369 


367 


47 


10 


3,417 


3,191 


1,100 


683 


7,100 


9,663 


1 


885 


754 


78 


4 


153 


15 


1 


, , 


653 


735 


176 


105 


1,046 


1,245 


1-1 


1,047 


712 


299 


40 


175 


56 


3 


3 


570 


613 


178 


134 


1,104 


1,414 


1-2 


469 


138 


175 


14 


136 


65 


4 


2 


154 


57 


95 


104 


480 


798 


1-3 


1,159 


215 


471 


15 


217 


82 


25 


4 


446 


114 


42 


42 


1,107 


2,032 


1-4 


1,161 


906 


104 


8 


371 


56 


9 


1 


677 


841 


312 


184 


1,6'.9 


1,986 


1-5 


455 


305 


62 


2 


122 


12 




, , 


271 


291 


189 


Gl 


807 


979 


1 & 


891 


625 


45 


4 


195 


81 


5 


• • 


646 


540 


108 


53 


937 


1,179 


1-7 



106/509—23 



65 



TABLE 
VILLAGE AND DESOM 



Total populational 



Code 


\-illagc/ 


Area of 


•No. of ♦♦No. of 


. including iiutitution 


Scheduled 


S 


chedulcd 






No. 


Di-som 


village in 
hectarco 


occupied 


house- 
holds 


ami houseless population) Castes 


Tribe, 


Literates 






rcsiuciiiidi 
houses 


Perions 


Males 


Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


2 


Elapparm 


6953 99 


5,527 


5,698 


28,205 


13,994 


14,211 


4,558 


4,790 


8 


6 


9.873 


7,870 


21 


Boiiami 




682 


691 


3,6J5 


1,807 


1,848 


502 


501 


, , 




1.330 


1,103 


2-2 


Karimtharuii 




888 


918 


4.6.52 


2.340 


2,312 


389 


393 


6 


i 


1,692 


1.346 


2-3 


Thengakkal 




657 


671 


3.357 


1 .705 


1,652 


412 


417 






1.187 


926 


2-4 


Elappara 




827 


845 


3,977 


1.989 


1,988 


395 


382 


. , 




1,439 


1,167 


2-5 


V'embaiiad 




409 


419 


1 .989 


987 


1,0J2 


376 


392 


, , 




726 


560 


2-6 


Fairfield 




272 


272 


1 .248 


.594 


6.54 


200 


242 






404 


328 


2-7 


Woodlands 




666 


699 


3.335 


1,618 


1.717 


606 


683 


2 


3 


1.217 


1,010 


2-8 


Glcnmary 




326 


329 


1.799 


893 


906 


406 


432 




, , 


684 


536 


2-9 


Landnim 




800 


854 


J. 193 


2,061 


2.132 


1.272 


1,348 


•• 


2 


1.194 


894 


3 


Pcruvanth&nam 


11326 83 


5,056 


5,095 


29,i34 


1,4751 


14,383 


1,383 


1,304 


367 


327 


11,745 


10,728 


3-1 


PertiVinthanam 
North 




2,004 


2.032 


11,745 


5,988 


5,757 


748 


736 


168 


130 


4,830 


4,331 


3-2 


Peruvanthanam 
South 




3,000 


3,011 


17,118 


8,632 


8,486 


635 


568 


69 


57 


6,817 


6,287 


15F-4A 


Erumely Range 




52 


52 


271 


131 


140 




-• 


130 


140 


98 


110 


4 


Peermadc 


14476-57 


7,101 


8,167 


38,826 


19,699 


19,127 


7,249 


7,301 


2i2 


225 


12,651 


8,738 


41 


Azhuilia 




1,037 


1.124 


5.707 


2,966 


2.741 


705 


696 


96 


101 


2,289 


1,777 


4-2 


Ranimudi 




448 


520 


2,564 


1,272 


1.292 


4«5 


519 


4 


4 


873 


620 


4-3 


Mlainaia 




799 


926 


4,51-1 


2,215 


2.299 


760 


793 


2 


3 


1,213 


946 


4-4 


Karadikkuzhi 




597 


729 


3.295 


1,679 


1,616 


617 


608 


T 


1 


1.054 


698 


4-5 


Pambanar 




891 


970 


4,611 


2,407 


2,204 


810 


786 






1.692 


1,166 


4-6 


.\ranakkalman- 
chumala 




3281 


3,850 


17,942 


9,070 


8,872 


3,872 


3,899 


19 


is 


5,474 


3,474 


15F-1A 


Erumely Range 




48 


48 


193 


90 


103 


•• 


•• 


90 


103 


56 


57 


5 


Periyar 


25443 47 


87,03 


9,333 


46,707 


23,762 


22,945 


6,219 


. 6,212 


571 


574 


16,008 


11,947 


5.1 


Chenkara 




1,242 


1,349 


6.763 


3,439 


3.324 


1,285 


1,267 


, , 




2,056 


1,405 


5.2 


Arikkudy 




1,127 


1.147 


5,916 


2,981 


2.935 


1.012 


1,008 






1,897 


1,373 


5.3 


Moonkithozhu 




647 


656 


3,427 


1,744 


1,683 


83 


83 






1,285 


1,136 


5.4 


Kumily 




1,805 


1,823 


9,746 


4,977 


4,771 


462 


453 


8 


i^ 


3,782 


3,206 


5.5 


Murikkady 




319 


323 


1,572 


792 


780 


203 


197 






570 


488 


5.6 


Chotiupara 




676 


705 


3,666 


1,847 


1.819 


507 


535 






1.293 


1,081 


5.7 


Walady 




1.210 


1,341 


6,247 


3.143 


3,104 


1,224 


1.243 


15 


16 


1,918 


1.311 


5.8 


Feriyar 




648 


725 


3.597 


1341 


1.656 


480 


488 


3 


2 


1,445 


882 


5.9 


Thankamala 




727 


947 


4,334 


2,139 


2,195 


887 


872 


83 


65 


1,329 


873 


14F-1 


Vallakkadavu Range 


42 


55 


252 


149 


103 


22 


20 


71 


58 


85 


29 


14F-2 


Thckkady Range 




260 


262 


1,185 


610 


575 


54 


46 


391 


418 


348 


163 


6 


Mlappara 


61458 17 


708 


719 


3,449 


1,771 


1,678 


422 


383 


248 


232 


1,321 


1,095 


6.1 


Pachakkanam 




21 


23 


91 


67 


24 


61 


24 


.. 




18 


1 


6.2 


Mlappara 




131 


131 


492 


233 


259 


95 


115 


2 


2 


131 


74 


14F-1 


Vallakkadavu Range 


556 


565 


2.866 


1,471 


1.395 


266 


244 


246 


230 


1,172 


1,020 



Include those occupied by Institutional households also. 
In';Iudc houseless and Institutional households also. 



66 



PRIMARY CENSUS 


ABSTRACT— 


<oncld 




























Main worker* 

A 


















f 










Household 


industry 


— 


















(manufacturing, 
























Agricul 


tural processing, 


serviciag 




Marginal 






C;od« 


Total 




Cultivators 


labourers 

A. 


and repairs) 


Other workers 


svorkers 

* _^ 


Non- 


workers 

-A , 


No. 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


5,858 


4,978 


433 


51 


758 


273 


42 


4 


4,625 


4 650 


600 


487 


7,536 


8,746 


2 


705 


576 


69 


3 


102 


28 


10 




524 


545 


70 


79 


1,032 


1,193 


2 1 


951 


626 


133 


9 


290 


30 


5 




473 


587 


151 


90 


1,23a 


1,596 


2-2 


635 


495 


120 


20 


98 


26 


1 




416 


449 


59 


32 


1.011 


1,125 


2-3 


947 


673 


48 


17 


65 


35 


7 


3 


827 


618 


45 


18 


'997 


1,297 


2-4 


422 


455 


3 




1 




12 




406 


454 


77 


102 


488 


445 


2-5 


232 


214 


9 




18 


6 


1 




204 


207 


64 


63 


298 


377 


2-6 


659 


682 


1 




36 




3 


, , 


619 


682 


69 


33 


890 


997 


2-7 


374 


344 






1 


"i 


1 




372 


343 




, , 


519 


562 


2-8 


933 


913 






147 


147 


2 




784 


765 


65 


65 


1,063 


1,154 


2-9 


^6,098 


1,578 


1,354 


25 


1,075 


318 


59 


5 


3,610 


1,230 


701 


502 


7,952 


12,303 


3 


2,410 


629 


425 


U 


437 


181 


29 


1 


1,519 


436 


300 


264 


3,278 


4,864 


31 


3,620 


940 


907 


14 


601 


131 


30 


4 


2,082 


791 


401 


233 


4,611 


7,303 


3-2 


68 


9 


22 


.. 


37 


6 


• • 




9 


3 


.. 


•• 


63 


131 15F4-A 


9,431 


7,125 


164 


19 


348 


99 


46 


12 


8,873 


6,995 


520 


421 


9,748 


11,581 


4 


1,363 


780 


74 


9 


155 


61 


5 


2 


1,129 


708 


31 


49 


1,572 


1.912 


4-1 


551 


405 


2 




2 


6 


2 




545 


399 


58 


53 


663 


834 


4-2 


1,050 


806 


23 




110 


8 


2 




915 


798 


117 


90 


1,018 


1,403 


4-3 


866 


701 


1 




1 




1 




863 


701 


6 


8 


807 


907 


4-4 


1,122 


753 










18 


5 


1,104 


748 


57 


16 


1,228 


1,435 


4-5 


4,420 


3,665 


32 


8 


53 


ii 


18 


5 


4,317 


3,641 


251 


205 


4,399 


5,002 


4-6 


59 


15 


32 


2 


27 


13 


. •• 


■ • 


• • 


• • 


•• 


,•• 


31 


88 15F 4-A 


11,543 


6,313 


1,133 


178 


1,779 


705 


144 


20 


8,487 


5,410 


712 


614 


11,507 


16,018 


5 


1,476 


1,217 


6 


1 


29 


6 


3 




1,438 


1,209 


132 


97 


1,831 


2,010 


5-1 


1,478 


1,021 


196 


20 


196 


83 


22 




1,064 


917 


66 


46 


1,437 


1,868 


5-2 


927 


284 


292 


7 


278 


90 


5 




422 


187 


36 


31 


781 


1,368 


5-3 


2,375 


543 


195 


8 


678 


192 


56 


is 


1,446 


330 


131 


135 


2,471 


4,093 


5-4 


376 


161 


90 


6 


185 


108 


6 




95 


47 


56 


60 


360 


559 


5-5 


956 


459 


226 


1 


295 


190 


3 




432 


267 


40 


31 


851 


1.329 


5 6 


1,515 


1,202 


132 


91 


53 


20 


4 




1,326 


1,091 


92 


60 


1,536 


1,842 


5-7 


978 


357 


2 




18 




36 




922 


356 


48 


21 


915 


1,278 


5-8 


1,022 


900 


21 


a 




'i 


5 




996 


878 


58 


36 


1,059 


1,259 


5-9 


86 


42 


28 


19 










58 


23 


4 


2 


59 


59 


14F-1 


354 


127 


15 


4 


47 


15 


'4 


"3 


288 


105 


49 


95 


207 


353 


14F-2 


950 


215 


439 


6 


173 


25 


4 




334 


184 


55 


134 


766 


1,329 


6 


66 


20* 




.. 






.. 




66 


20 


• • 


, , 


1 


4 


61 


156 


154 










,, 




156 


154 


1 




76 


105 


6-2 


728 


41 


439 


'e 


173 


25 


'4 




112 


10 


54 


134 


689 


1,220 


I4F-1 



6? 



T.\BLE 
TOWN AND WARD 



Code 
No. 


Name of 
ToNNTi/ward 


Area of 

towii/ 

ward 

in 

sq. km. 


*No. of 
occu- 
pied 
resi- * 

dential 
houses 


"*No. of 
houne- 
holds 


Total population 

(including institutional 

and houseless 

population) 


Scheduled 
Castes 


Scheduled 
Tribe. 


Lite 

A 

• M 


rates 


1 
Persons 


Males Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


F 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


I 


Idnkki Townslup 


32 00 


1,820 


1,880 


8,886 


4,636 


4,250 


414 


385 


164 


174 


3,465 


2,928 


1.1 


Nayaruparaf 


3-85 


375 


383 


2,054 


1,04:^ 


1,012 


71 


78 






792 


718 


1.2 


\'a2hathopflt 


2-32 


746 


768 


3,618 


1,863 


1,755 


142 


126 


4 


5 


1,144 


1,270 


1.3 


CheruthoniJ 


9-52 


151 


155 


737 


396 


341 


65 


63 


7 


11 


271 


201 


1.4 


Painavut 


16-31 


548 


574 


2,477 


1,335 


1,142 


136 


118 


153 


158 


958 


739 


n 


Thodupuzha 
Municipality 


35 43 


6,073 


6,268 


35,743 


17,946 


17,797 


829 


859 


49 


62 


14,272 


12,827 


ii-i 


Manakkad 


1-85 


266 


266 


1,437 


703 


734 


13 


18 






609 


590 


II-2 


Kolani 


2-17 


294 


306 


1,550 


762 


788 


117 


128 






653 


630 


n-3 


Nadukkaudam 


3-74 


313 


324 


1,778 


898 


880 


64 


65 






745 


696 


n-4 


Chungampally 


1-50 


218 


220 


1,200 


613 


587 


37 


26 






501 


452 


11-5 


Olamattam 


1-98 


426 


431 


2,503 


1,249 


1,254 


96 


95 






987 


895 


II-6 


Bazar 


118 


272 


287 


1,554 


767 


787 


5 


9 






624 


570 


II-7 


Bus stand 


0-93 


181 


198 


1,245 


511 


734 


7 


6 






425 


600 


II-8 


Temple 


0-59 


218 


241 


1,129 


597 


532 


59 


47 




6 


442 


355 


II-9 


College 


118 


297 


310 


1,498 


787 


711 


21 


22 




30 


691 


584 


n-10 


Kanjiramauom South I -22 


243 


248 


1,399 


694 


705 


25 


29 




3 


605 


559 


II-ll 


Kanjiramattom North 1 • 38 


319 


327 


1,690 


864 


826 


83 


80 


' 




735 


647 


11-12 


Attakkulani 


0-89 


295 


297 


1,754 


889 


865 


11 


12 






677 


541 


11-13 


Mosque 


109 


257 


263 


1,629 


843 


786 


9 


9 






593 


463 


11-14 


Karikkad 


0-79 


237 


251 


1,516 


765 


751 


22 


36 






543 


438 


11-15 


Annai kkamiam 


2-08 


195 


195 


1,277 


612 


665 


20 


31 






462 


429 


11-16 


Pazhukkakulam 


2-99 


205 


208 


1,277 


658 


619 


24 


30 






510 


427 


11-17 


Pattayam 


1-98 


173 


174 


1,059 


507 


552 


4 


6 






397 


39G 


11-18 


Muthalakkodampally 1'65 


156 


156 


1,017 


463 


554 


24 


30 


2 


2 


355 


431 


11-19 


Central 


0-83 


211 


213 


1,328 


678 


650 


29 


37 


2 


1 


510 


440 


11-20 


High School 


0-65 


209 


221 


1,363 


701 


662 


15 


18 


3 


2 


555 


454 


11-21 


Baglamkunnu 


0-73 


260 


282 


1,536 


788 


748 


27 


28 


11 


8 


641 


556 


11-22 


Madathikandam 


1-19 


168 


170 


1,025 


548 


477 


7 


4 


16 


10 


429 


325 


11-23 


\'engallur East 


1.55 


299 


302 


1,717 


888 


829 


72 


62 


, , 




672 


591 


11-24 


^"engallur Weit 


1-29 


361 


378 


2,262 


1,161 


1,101 


38 


31 


•• 


•• 


911 


75» 



•Include those occupied by Institutional households also. 
**Include Houseless and Institutional households also. 
fLies in Udumbanchola Taluk 
^Liei in Thodupuzha Taluk 



68 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 











Main workers 

A 




, 






Marginal 

workers 

A. 


Non- workers 

A 




Total 




Cultivators 


Agricultural 
Labourers 


Household In- 
dustry — manu- 
facturing, pro- 
cessing, servicing 
and repairs 

K 


Other workers 


Code 
No. 


M 


F 


M 


* 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 




15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 




2,352 


709 


538 


51 


541 


317 


41 


24 


1,232 


317 


78 


38 


2,206 


3 503 


r 


512 


124 


213 


3 


169 


100 


10 


6 


120 


15 






530 


888 


i- 


912 


255 


136 


6 


171 


83 


13 


4 


592 


162 


28 


17 


923 


1,483 


I- 


165 


49 


11 


, , 


66 


28 


, , 


1 


88 


20 


42 


17 


189 


275 


1-3 


763 


281 


178 


42 


135 


106 


18 


13 


432 


120 


8 


4 


564 


857 


1-4 


8,272 


1,311 


1,063 


47 


1,154 


413 


123 


40 


5,932 


1,311 


307 


170 


9,367 


15,816 


1 


299 


43 


53 




56 


6 


1 


, , 


189 


36 


33 


9 


371 


682 


II-l 


354 


113 


76 


13 


66 


36 


2 


2 


210 


62 


3 


4 


405 


671 


II-2 


409 


85 


94 




61 


30 


6 


2 


248 


52 


3 


4 


486 


791 


1 1-3 


310 


84 


51 


11 


52 


39 


11 


2 


196 


32 


16 


11 


287 


492 


II-4 


552 


94 


56 




118 


28 


4 


2 


374 


62 


18 


25 


679 


1,135 


II-5 


380 


80 


13 




24 


4 


1 


1 


342 


74 


3 


14 


384 


693 


n-6 


248 


151 


24 




26 


10 


7 


2 


191 


138 


4 


3 


259 


580 


11-7 


270 


63 


6 




19 


3 


9 


3 


236 


57 


1 


, , 


326 


469 


n-8 


387 


116 


15 




. 10 


2 


6 


, , 


356 


114 


1 




399 


595 


n-9 


361 


74 


27 


^. 


35 


13 


2 


2 


297 


59 


7 


8 


326 


623 


11-10 


420 


78 


35 




50 


11 


1 


, . 


334 


67 


16 


11 


428 


737 


TI-ll 


386 


47 


16 




55 


9 


3 


1 


312 


37 


8 


8 


495 


810 


11-12 


388 


43 


23 




14 




1 


2 


350 


39 


8 


3 


447 


740 


11-13 


358 


60 


10 




74 


21 


5 


2 


269 


37 


42 


28 


365 


663 


11-14 


294 


55 


82 




125 


41 


6 


1 


81 


13 


18 


10 


300 


600 


11-15 


331 


70 


162 


2 


85 


59 


6 




78 


9 


>■• 




327 


549- 


11-16 


236 


84 


80 


5 


43 


21 


8 


2 


105 


56 


10 


17 


261 


451 


n-17 


214 


137 


49 


1 


48 


24 


2 


. • 


115 


112 


2 




247 


417 


11-18 


303 


58 


54 


2 


84 


32 


6 


1 


159 


23 


8 




367 


592 


11-19 


313 


35 


25 


3 


12 


2 


27 


4 


249 


26 






388 


627 


11-20 


309 


106 


8 


. . 


17 






• • 


284 


106 


80 


6 


399 


636 


11-21 


240 


20 


25 




10 


4 


2 


1 


203 


15 


10 




298 


457 


11-22 


411 


73 


41 


2 


27 


11 


7 


10 


336 


50 


12 


9 


465 


747 


11-23 


499 


42 


38 


. • 


43 


7 


... 




418 


35 


4 


, . 


658 


1,059 


11-24 



106/509—24 



69 



T.^BLB 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 



SI. 
No. 



Oevelopmeat 
Block/ Panchay at 

2 



•No. of 

occu- ' 

pied 
/\rea rcsi- ••No. of 

in dcntial house- 

sq. km. houses holds 

3 4 5 



Total population 
(including institutional 
and houseless 
population) 



Scheduled 
Castes 



Scheduled 
Tribes 



Literates 



Persons 
6 



Males 
7 



Females 
8 



M 
9 



F 

10 



M 

II 



F 

12 



M 

13 



F 

14 



DEVICOLAM 
Bison Valley 

Panchayat 4403 

R.-ijakkad \'illage-(Portion) 
Poltankad 
Devicolam Range 
(Poition) 



2,390.11 66,357 67,887 341,488 175,207 166,281 31,622 31,231 7,462 7,112 118,547 91,679 



Chinnakanal 
Panchayat 

Chinnakanal 

Village (Portion) 
\'enad 

Chinnakanal (Portion) 
Muttukad (Portions) 
Devicolam Range 

Kanthalloor 
Panchayat 

Kcezhanthoor village 
Kanthelloor village 
Marayoor Range 
(Portion) 



66 74 



1,832 

1,832 
1,832 


1,844 

1,844 
1,844 


9.457 

9,4") 7 
9,437 


4,827 
4.827 
4,827 


4,630 

4,630 
4,630 


163 

163 

163 


lao 

180 
180 


296 

296 
296 


246 

246 
246 


3,416 

3,416 
3,416 


2,825 

2,82") 
2,U23 


19,31 


1,969 


9.8S4 


5,064 


4,820 


1,983 


1,9*7 


185 


175 


2,906 


1,735 


1,931 


1,969 


9,884 


3,064 


4,820 


1 ,983 


1,947 


185 


175 


2,906 


I7S5 


287 

1,629 

15 


292 

1,662 

15 


1,408 

8.432 

44 


734 

4,305 

25 


674 

4,127 

19 


148 

1,832 

3 


145 

1,799 

3 


185 


175 


496 

2.395 

15 


340 

1392 

3 



116 29 1,713 1,737 



67-88 
48-41 



93 08 



587 
983 
146 



Konnathady 
Panchayat 

Konnatliady village (Portion)- 
Konnathady 93-08 

Devicolam 
range (Portion) 

Kuttampuzha 543.07 

Panchayat 

Mannamkandam village 

(Portion) 
Kuttampuzha 
Inchathotty 
Thunduthil Range 
Krthamaiigalam Range 
Koclanad Range 
Adimali Range (Portion) 

271-53 



5,127 
5,127 



4,290 

4,290 

2,355 

287 

f,281 

367 
4,830 



Mannamhandam 
Panchayat 

Mannamkandam village (Portion) 4.830 



Kanjiraveli 
.\dimali 
Adimali Range 

7 Marayoor 108 07 

Panchayat 

Marayoor villagr 10807 
Marayoor Range 
(Portion) 

8 Moiuiar Panchayt 556-87 

Kanuan Dcvan 356-87 

Hills village 
Dcx'icolaiii Range 
' Portion I 

9 Nedumkandom 71-95 

Panchayat 

KalknnnlU;-.! village 
;Portionl 
Ezhukunnu vayal 
Pachady 
Ponnamala 

Parathode village 
{ Pori ion) 
Kombamcttu 



818 
2,557 
1,435 



1,331 

146 



14,913 

14,672 



241 



600 
991 
146 



8,140 

2,582 

4,901 

657 



4,238 

1,326 

2,585 

327 



3,902 

1,256 

2,316 

330 



893 

236 
637 



774 774 759 1,934 1,156 



259 
515 



222 
230 
322 



220 
209 
330 



631 

1,288 

15 



431 

719 

6 



5,127 5,184 28,354 14,295 14,059 



432 423 300 317 11,135 10,253 



3,184 
5,184 



4,313 

4,313 

2,368 

291 

1,283 

4 

367 



28,354 
28,354 



18,890 

13,890 



14,295 
14,295 



10,398 

10,398 



12,427 6,422 

1.624 8C9 

3,511 2,442 

7 5 

1,321 720 



14,059 
14,059 



8,492 

8,492 

6,005 

815 

1,069 

2 

601 



432 
432 



423 300 
423 300 



705 679 346 

705 679 346 

•W3 466 7 

93 102 . . 

89 82 43 

1 1 

39 28 296 



317 
317 



303 

303 
2 

•M 
26V 



11,135 10,253 
11,135 10,253 



7,754 5,605 

7,754 5,605 

4,831 4,112 

635 589 

2,019 723 

3 2 

266 179 



4,988 24,814 12,754 12,060 1,051 1.028 2,130 1,985 8,329 6,756 



4.988 

831 

2,657 

1,500 



1,477 1,551 



1.405 

146 



15,718 

13,477 



24,814 
4,487 

13,510 
6,817 

6,970 

b,180 
790 



12,754 
2,300 
6,952 
3,502 

3.575 

3.175 
400 



12,060 
2,187 
6,558 
3,315 

3395 

3,005 
390 



1,051 

348 

514 

189 

933 

933 



1.028 2,130 1,985 

325 11 ; 3 

513 37 20 

190 2,082 1,962 



886 

886 



675 663 

273 273 
400 390 



8,329 
1,732 
5,303 
1,294 

17-0 



!,7.53 
1 



G,73G 

1,488 

4.322 

946 

1,158 

1;158 



78,833 40,211 

77,438 39,500 



38,622 19,429 19,356 1,242 1,208 2,5133 15,937 

37,938 19,428 19,355 539 .527 25,039 15,921 



241 



1,395 



711 



684 



1 703 601 



94 



16 



5,800 


5,877 


30,366 


15,602 


14,764 


898 


881 


52 


52 


11,494 


9,733 


3,140 


3,184 


15,983 


8,299 


7,684 


330 


314 


37 


32 


6,012 


5,104 


747 

724 

1,669 


750 
736 ■ 
1,698 


4,137 
3,909 
7,937 


2,121 
2,020 
4,1.58 


2,016 
1,889 
3,779 


47 
95 
188 


38 
97 

179 


"7 
30 


"2 
30 


1,598 
1,537 
2,877 


1,466 
1,369 
2,269 


2,660 


2,693 


14,383 


7,303 


7,080 


368 


567 


15 


20 


5,482 


4,629 


2,660 


2,693 


14,333 


7,303 


7,080 


363 


.557 


15 


20 


5,482 


4,629 



70 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 

Main workers 



Total 


> . 

F 


Cultiva 

A. 


lois 

* 

F 


Agricultural 
labourers 

A 


Household industry 
(manufacturing, 
'. processing, servicing 
and repairs) 


Other w 


orkers 


1 

Marginal 

Nvorkers 


Non-\vorker» 

-A 


SI. 


M 


M 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


v 
F 


M 


1 
F 


r~ - - -~ 
M 


F 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 ■ 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


1 


88,645 


42,370 


23,739 


3,688 


22,885 12,979 


787 


337 


41,234 


25,366 


4,905 


6,152 


81,657 


117,759 


1 


2,520 
2,520 
2,520 


957 
957 
957 


837 
837 
837 


42 
42 
42 


571 
571 
571 


258 
258 
258 


39 
39 
39 


12 
12 
12 


1,073 
1,073 
1,073 


645 
645 
645 


79 
79 
79 


161 
161 
161 


2,228 
2,228 
2,228 


3,512 
3,512 
3.512 




2,498 


2,021 


188 


18 


740 


577 


13 


2 


1,557 


1,424 


37 


23 


2,529 


2,776 


J 


2,498 


2,021 


188 


18 


740 


577 


13 


2 


1,557 


1,424 


37 


23 


2,529 


2,776 




407 

2,074 

17 


244 

1,768 
9 


83 

105 


4 
14 


193 
5i7 


162 
415 


13 


'i 


131 

1,409 
17 


78 

1,337 

9 


37 


23 


327 

2,194 

8 


430 
2,336 

in 





2,428 1,372 



773 



428 1,435 



880 



14 



206 



61 



16 



20 



1,794 2,510 



844 

1,384 

200 


705 
515 
151 


331 
322 
120 


256 

67 

105 


441 

918 

76 


421 

413 

46 


8 
6 


3 


64 

138 

4 


26 
35 


1 

14 

1 


2 
17 
1 


481 

1,187 

126 


348 

1784 

178 


7,198 


1,926 


3,926 


460 


2,318 


1,238 


99 


17 


855 


211 


334 


760 


6,743 


11,373 


7,198 
7,198 


1,926 
1,926 


3,926 
3,926 


460 
460 


2318 
2,318 


1,238 
1,238 


99 
99 


17 

17 


855 
855 


211 
211 


354 
354 


760 
760 


6,743 
6,743 


11,373 
11,373 


5,577 


1,290 


1,059 


110 


• • 

1,973 


923 


* • 

72 


121 


2,473 


136 


362 


529 


4,459 


6,673 


5,577 


1,290 


1,059 


no 


1,973 


923 


72 


121 


2,473 


136 


362 


529 


4,459 


6,673 


2,979 
422 

1,803 

4 

367 


837 

180 

63 

1 

209 


756 
206 

97 


35 
46 

29 


1,521 

151 

29 

4 

268 


622 

117 

3 

1 
180 


66 
6 


121 


636 

59 

1,776 

'2 


59 
17 

60 


261 

7 

:18 

.56 


410 
15 
15 

89 


3,182 

380 

399 

1 

297 


4,758 

620 

991 

1 

303 



6,333 2,668 1,956 373 2,295 1,792 118 



357 



153 



335 



l.'iO 



13 



77 



6,333 

994 

3,407 

1,932 


2,668 

300 

1,202 

1,166 


1,956 
369 
794 
793 


373 
19 
89 

265 


2,295 
253 

1,165 
872 


1,792 
132 
373 
787 


118 

45 

64 

9 


77 
33 
33 

9 


2,150 


1,247 


436 


120 


1,253 


1,027 


35 


8 


1 ,972 
17!! 


1.095 

152 


325 
111 


37 
83 


1,186 
67 


938 
69 


35 


8 


19,736 


15,044 


1,113 


349 


398 


177 


89 


19 


19,379 


14,891 


778 


199 


385 


175 


89 


19 



1,964 426 



401 480 6,020 8,912 



1,964 
322 

1.384 
258 


426 
116 
205 
105 


401 
175 
175 
51 


480 
126 
296 
58 


6,020 
1,131 
3,370 
1,519 


8,912 
1,761 
5,060 
2,091 


426 


92 


75 


110 


1,350 


2,038 


426 


92 


13 
57 


44 
66 


1,185 
163 


1,866 
172 



18,136 14,499 1,097 

18,127 14,498 1.085 

9 1 12 



973 19,378 22,605 8 

806 19,036 22,241 



167 



342 



364 



8,012 


1,947 


2,448 


79 


2,799 


967 


63 


21 


2,702 


880 


356 


270 


7,234 


12,547 


4,331 


1,060 


1,519 


26 


1,317 


379 


27 


9 


1,468 


446 


90 


82 


3,678 


6,342 


1,089 
1,092 
2,350 


256 
201 
603 


203 
461 
853 


9 

6 

11 


316 
391 
810 


147 
91 

341 


14 
4 
9 


4 
1 

4 


554 
236 
678 


96 
103 

247 


27 
16 
47 


20 

8 

34 


1.003 

912 

1,761 


1,740 
1,680 
3,122 


3,481 


887 


929 


53 


1,282 


388 


36 


12 


1,234 


434 


2<56 


I08 


3.556 


6,005 


3,481 


887 


929 


33 


1,282 


388 


36 


12 


1,234 


134 


266 


188 


3,336 


6.003 



71 



TABLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 







•No. of 




Total 1 


population 




















occu- 




(includir 


IE itLstitutional 


















pied 




and houseless 




Scheduled 


Scheduled 








Area 


resi- **No. of 


population) 




Castes 




Tribes 


Literates 


SI. Development 


in 


dential house- 








_/i^ 


, 


1 * 1 


/ 


A 






' \ r~ 






No. Block/Panrhayat tq. km. 


houses holds 


Persons 


Males Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


DEVICOLAM— (fon/rf.) 


























10 Pall i vasal 


62-40 


2,957 


3,004 


14,771 


7,551 


7,220 


1,5« 


1,551 


4 


5 


5,338 


4,085 


Panchayat 


























P;>llivasal village 


62-40 


2,957 


3,004 


14,771 


7,551 


7,220 


1,544 


1,551 


4 


5 


5,338 


4,085 


Devicolam Range 




•• 




•• 




•' 


•• 


-- 






•• 


•• 


11 Rajabkad 


31 03 


2,793 


2,823 


15.792 


7,987 


7,805 


131 


156 


12 


16 


6,411 


5,799 


Panchayat 


























Rajakkad village 




2,793 


2,823 


15,792 


7,987 


7,805 


131 


156 


12 


16 


6,411 


5,79M 


(Portion) 


























Potta ikad (Portion) 




899 


904 


5,317 


2,671 


2,646 


36 


32 


6 


6 


2,189 


1 ,%5 


Rajakkad (Portion) 




1,894 


1,919 


10,475 


5,316 


5,159 


95 


.124 


6 


10 


4,222 


3,834 


Devicolam 




• • 


^. 




... 


••• 


• ', 


, . 


• • 






••• 


Range (Portion) 


























12 Rajakutnari 


3815 


1,979 


2,013 


10,695 


5,500 


5,195 


382 


380 


59 


59 


3,957 


3,131 


Panchayat 


























Rajakkad village 




1,238 


1,261 


6,760 


3,463 


3,297 


194 


212 


3 


1 


•> .'09 


2,022 


(Portion) 


























Kochinipara 




79 


79 


318 


172 


146 


4 


3 


, . 




113 


54 


Rajakkad (Portion) 




1,159 


1,182 


6,442 


3,291 


3,151 


190 


209 


3 


i 


2.:;% 


1.968 


Chinnakanal \-illage 




483 


492 


2,444 


1.283 


1,161 


176 


155 


56 


58 


i!36 


614 


Muttukad (Portion) 




483 


492 


2,444 


1,283 


1,161 


176 


155 


56 


58 


ii36 


614 


Santhanpara village 




258 


260 


L491 


754 


737 


12 


13 






612 


495 


(Portion) 


























Poopara (Portion) 




258 


260 


1,491 


754 


737 


12 


13 






612 


495 


Devicolam Range 




•• 




•• 


•• 






•• 


•• 


-• 


•• 


-• 


3 Santhanpara 


78-71 


2,506 


2,561 


11,555 


5,971 


5,584 


1,269 


1,238 


39 


38 


3,012 


1,788 


Panchayat 


























Chinnakanal village 




127 


139 


774 


374 


400 


241. 


270 


3 


4 


171 


99 


(Portion) 


























Chinnakanal 




6 


6 


30 


16 


14 






3 


4 


13 


3 


Muttukad 




121 


133 


744 


358 


386 


24(3 


270 






158 


96 


Santhanpara village 




2,379 


2,422 


10,781 


5,597 


5,184 


1,023 


968 


36 


34 


2,841 


1,689 


(Portion) 


























Poopara 




523 


531 


2,479 


1,272 


1,207 


163 


167 


.. 




720 


480 


(Portion) 


























Anayirangal 




139 


139 


552 


279 


273 


25 


22 


7 


8 


124 


52 


Thalakkulam 




36 


38 


142 


68 


74 


8 


7 






28 


18 


Thondimala 




396 


396 


1,900 


1,006 


894 


494 


486 


29 


26 


463 


191 


Pethotty 




184 


192 


659 


347 


312 


2 


3 






76 


15 


Santhanpara 




475 


499 


2,133 


1,119 


1,014 


215 


190 






670 


363 


Putliady 




528 


529 


2,476 


1,2.54 


1,222 


116 


93 






659 


537 


Goodanpara 




55 


55 


247 


143 


104 










48 


8 


Rajappara 




43 


43 


193 


109 


84 






• • 




53 


25 


Devicolam Range (Portion) 


•• 


•• 




•• 


•- 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


4 Senapathy Panchayat 


31-22 


2,042 


2,046 


10,616 


5,385 


5,231 


164 


181 


86 


95 


3,800 


3,279 


Chathurangappara 




351 


354 


1,627 


822 


805 


9 


19 


11 


17 


515 


374 


Village (Portion) 


























Kattoothy (Portion) 




304 


307 


1,381 


691 


690 


9 


19 


11 


17 


461 


340 


Thalayanakavu (Portion) 




47 


47 


246 


131 


115 










54 


34 


Udumbanchola village 




1,691 


1,692 


8,989 


4,563 


4,426 


155 


162 


75 


78 


3,285 


2,905 


(Portion) 


























Attupara (Portion) 




1,669 


1,670 


8,872 


4,501 


4,371 


155 


162 


75 


78 


3,227 


2,860 


Uriumbanchola (Portion) 




22 


22 


117 


62 


55 










58 


. 45 


Devicolam Range (Portion) 


•• 


•• 


■ » 


-- 


•• 




-• 


•• 




•• 


•• 


5 Udumbanchola 


80-14 


2,701 


2,722 


11,438 


5,927 


5,511 


417 


408 


180 


189 


3,189 


1,975 


Panchayat 


























Chathurangappara 




608 


620 


2,449 


1,271 


1,178 


14 


12 




, • 


580 


248 


village (Portion) 


























Kattoothy (Portion) 




.. 






















Thalayanakavu (Portion) 


























Chantharuvi 




167 


167 


646 


344 


302 


'7 


6 






168 


81 


Chathurangappara 




187 


197 


820 


405 


415 


1 








179 


80 


_ Njavari 




54 


54 


217 


110 


107 










44 


9 


' Adukidanthan 




92 


93 


361 


192 


169 










71 


29 


Pappanpara 




108 


109 


405 


220 

1 


185 


6 


6 


•■ 


•• 


118 


49 



72 



4 — contd. 

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTBACT— contd. 











Main workers 

> 










Margiaal 

workers 




Non-wortcM 




Tota 


1 


Cultivators 


Household industry 
(manufacturing, 
Agricultural processing, servicing 
laboureis and repairs) 


Other workers 


SI. 
No. 


M 
15 


F 

16 


M 

17 


F 

18 


M 
19 


— T r 

F 

20 


M 

21 


F 

22 


M 
23 


F 

24 


M 

25 


7^ 

26 


M 
27 


F 

28 


1 


3,348 


1,819 


468 


48 


743 


361 


26 


8 


2,111 


1,402 


347 


216 


3,856 


5185 


10 


3,348 


1,819 

* • 


4G8 


48 

• • 


743 


361 


26 


8 


2,111 


1,402 


347 


216 


3,356 


5,185 




3,849 


1,239 


2,101 


216 


944 


672 


20 


3 


784 


348 


282 


229 


3,856 


6,337 


11 


3,849 


1,239 


2,101 


216 


944 


672 


20 


3 


784 


348 


282 


229 


3,850 


6,337 




1,218 
2,631 


243 
996 


699 
1,402 


57 
159 


284 
660 


112 
560 


14 
6 


2 

1 


221 
563 


72 
276 


160 
122 


162 
67 


1,293 
2,563 


2,241 
4,096 




2,883 


1,458 


1,168 


265 


834 


607 


32 


5 


831 


381 


161 


231 


2,454 


35,06 


12 


1,839 


896 


787 


154 


482 


380 


26 


5 


544 


357 


104 


101 


1,520 


2,300 




121 
1,718 
663 
663 
383 


78 
818 
395 
395 
167 


28 

759 
197 
197 
184 


S 

145 

78 

78 

33 


73 
409 

244 
244 
108 


54 
326 
154 
154 

73 


26 
2 
2 
4 


*5 


20 
524 
220 
220 

87 


15 

342 

163 

163 

61 


1 

103 

4 

4 

53 


loi 

2 

2 

128 


50 

1,470 

616 

616 

318 


68 

2,232 

764 

764 

442 





383 



167 



184 



33 



108 



73 



87 



61 



53 



128 



318 



442 



3,118 2,160 



164 

8 

156 
2,954 

673 

179 

43 

517 

235 

438 

723 

96 

50 



152 

7 

145 
2,008 

382 

161 

43 

351 

214 

236 

541 

50 

30 



295 

2 

1 

1 
293 

113 



3 

172 



43 

1 



1 

42 

21 



1 
20 



511 

15 

6 

9 

496 

163 

23 

4 

105 



345 

8 

7 

1 

337 

106 

22 

6 

55 

'i 

147 



22 

3 



3 

19 



2,290 

144 

1 

143 

2,146 

384 

156 

39 

402 

235 

415 

372 

96 

47 



1,766 
143 



143 

1,623 

255 

139 

37 

292 

214 

234 

372 

50 

30 



317 

1 



1 

316 

46 

4 

1 

29 

7 

203 

9 

24 



278 

1 



1 
277 

47 

20 
4 

24 
3 

153 
17 



2,536 3,146 13 



209 

8 

201 
2,327 

553 

96 

24 

460 

105 

478 

529 

47 

35 



247 

7 

240 
2,899 

778 

92 

27 

519 

95 

625 

664 

54 

45 



2,613 1,201 

399 279 



994 

59 



107 

3 



643 

60 



316 

33 



15 



961 

280 



774 

238 



202 

79 



207 

32 



2,570 3,823 14 

344 494 



347 

52 

2,214 

2,182 
32 



230 

49 

922 

920 
2 



59 
935 

915 

20 



3 

104 
104 



58 

2 

583 

576 
7 



38 

278 

277 
1 



15 
15 



230 

50 

681 

676 
5 



189 

49 

536 

535 
1 



57 

22 

123 

115 
8 



20 
12 

175 

171 

4 



287 440 

57 54 

2,226 3,329 



2,204 
22 



3,280 
49 



3,343 2,099 336 26 648 382 

827 628 30 1 23 9 



18 4 2,341 1,687 296 

1 774 617 10 



213 2,288 3,199 IS 

12 434 538 



223 
259 
81 
119 
145 



140 

216 

69 

92 

111 



30 



5 
18 



188 
241 
81 
119 
14"> 



135 

210 

69 

92 

111 



10 



12 



111 


150 


146 


199 


29 


38 


73 


77 


75 


74 



106/509—25 



73 



TABLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCRVYAT 







•No. of 






rotal population 


















occu- 




(inc 


uding institutional 


















pied 






and houseless 


Scheduled 


Sched 


iled 






SI. Development 
No. Block/Panchayat 


Area 


resi- 
dential 
houses 


••No. of 
house- 
holds 




population) 


Castes 


Tribes 

A 


Literate* 


in 

sq. km. 


Persons Males 


t 
Females 


f — *" 
M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


DEV ICOLAM — {mud. ) 

Udambsuichola Village 


1^5 


1,368 


6,305 


3,261 


3,044 


293 


286 


ISO 


189 


i,855 


1,309 


(Part) 


























Attupara (Portion) 




670 


671 


3,516 


1,827 


1,689 
T63 


121 


119 


161 


173 


1,155 


929 


Udumbanchola (Portion) 


273 


273 


1,207 


644 


35 


28 






3'-3 


204 


Vallarakkanpara 




268 


268 


996 


503 


493 


58 


59 


19 


16 


258 


136 


Myladumpara 




154 


156 


586 


287 


299 


79 


80 


• • 


•• 


89 


40 


Parathode Village 




728 


734 


2,684 


1,395 


1,289 


110 


110 


~ 


• • 


754 


418 


(Portion) 


























Kambala 




448 


448 


1,592 


824 


768 


21 


' 21 


... 




447 


263 


Kilavikulam 




41 


41 


138 


76 


62 










24 


12 . 


Parathode 




239 


245 


954 


495 


459 


89 


89 






283 


143 


Devicolam Range 




•■ 


•• 


• • 


•• 


• • 






•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


36 Vathikudy 


80-90 


4.449 


4,485 


24,004 


12,221 


11,783 


S.'M 


330 


327 


297 


9,176 


8,250 


Panchayat 


























Konnathady \'illage 




4,449 


4,485 


24,004 


12,221 


11,783 


353 


330 


327 


297 


9,176 


3,250 


(Portion) 
\'athikudy 




4,449 


4,485 


24,004 


12,221 


11,783 


353 


330 


327 


297 


9,176 


<3,250 


17 Vattavada 


67 81 


766 


779 


3,554 


1,861 


1,693 


220 


210 


637 


578 


694 


237 


Psmchayat 


























Koltakomboor 


36-03 


182 


183 


899 


477 


422 


46 


46 


49 


33 


82 


16 


Vattavada Village 


31-78 


511 


523 


2,242 


1,191 


1,051 


174 


164 


395 


325 


612 


221 


Marayoor Range 




73 


73 


413 


193 


220 




• • 


193 


220 


■• 


•• 


(Portion) 


























18 VeUathooval 


48- 12 


4,251 


4,273 


23,355 


11,840 


11,515 


655 


623 


118 


127 


9,060 


7,977 


Panchayat 


























VeUathooval \'illage 


48- 12 


4,251 


4,273 


23,355 


11,840 


11,515 


655 


623 


118 


127 


9,050 


7,977 


Devicolam Range 












.. 










... 


•• 


(Portion) 


























ARUDAI 


1759 41 


67,477 


69,980 


363,726 


185,277 


178,449 


28,187 


28,066 2,754 


2,635 


133,773 


111,129 


1 Chakkupallam 


40-71 


3,238 


3,345 


16,616 


8,488 


8,128 


716 


692 


176 


159 


5,800 


4,843 


Panchayat 


























\andanmettu 




985 


1,024 


5,587 


2,847 


2,740 


220 


225 


25 


21 


2.058 


1,782 


Village (Portion) 
Anakkara (Portion) 




985 


1,024 


5,587 


2,847 


2,740 


220 


225 


25 


21 


2,058 


1,782 


Chakkupallara 




2,253 


2,321 


11,029 


5,641 


5,388 


496 


467 


151 


138 


3,742 


3,061 


• Village (Portion) 
Chakkupallam 




2,253 


2.321 


11,029 


5,641 


5,388 


496 


467 


151 


138 


3.742 


3,061 


(Portion) 


























2 Elappara 


83 63 


3,101 


5,256 


25,^63 


12,638 


12,625 


3,377 


3,432 


U 


3 


8,799 


6,854 


Panchayat 


























P.'isuppara \ illage 




1,666 


1,740 


8,004 


4,043 


3,961 


1,208 


1.226 


5 


2 


2.049 


1,973 


(Porti. ij 
' Kolta^ala 




835 


895 


4,211 


2,107 


2,104 


675 


691 


2 




1 .393 


1,069 


Vakamon 




831 


845 


3,793 


1.936 


1.857 


533 


535 


3 




1,251 


904 


Elappara \ illage 




3,43.-) 


3,516 


17,259 


8,.595 


8,664 


2,169 


2,206 


G 




6,1.50 


4,881 


(Portion) 
Bonanii 




682 


691 


3,655 


1,807 


1,848 


502 


501 


, , 




1.330 


1.103 ■ 


Karinitharuvi 




709 


739 


3.668 


1,835 


1,833 


343 


350 


6 




1,258 


957 


(Pen ion) 
Thei)2akk;il (Portion) 




























J36 


550 


2,722 


1,383 


1,339 


353 


339 






993 


766 


Elappara 
X'embanad 




827 


845 


3,977 


1,989 


1,988 


395 


382 






1.439 


1,167 




409 


419 


1,989 


987 


1,002 


376 


392 






726 


560 


Fairfield 




272 


272 


1,248 


594 


654 


200 


242 


•• 




404 


328 


3 Erattayar 


32.37 


3,108 


3,132 


18,765 


9,632 


9,133 


268 


251 


14 


22 


7,677 


6,958 


Panchayat 


ft 
























Kalkoonthal \illage 




3,108 


3,132 


18,765 


9,632 


9,133 


268 


251 


14 


22 


7,677 


6,9.58 


(portion) 
Chambakappara 




1,426 


1.430 


8,278 


4,228 


4,050 


113 


118 


2 


4 


3,359 


3,072 


Eialtayar 




1,682 


1.702 


10,487 


5,404 


5,083 


155 


133 


12 


18 


4,318 


3,886 



* Include these occupied 
** Include Houseless and 



by Institutional households also. 
Institutional households also. 



74 



i-~contd. 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT —contd. 

Main workers 



Total 




Cultivators 


Household industry 
(raanifacluring, 
Agricvdtural processing, servicing 

labourers and repairs) Otlicr workers 

A A A 


Ma/ginal 

workers 
ji 


Non-workerj 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


* 

F 


M 


F 


— > 1 

M 


f Xa. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 1 


1,560 


806 


239 


16 


383 


181 


11 


2 


927 


607 


286 


201 


1,415 


2,037 


798 
338 
251 
173 


358 
141 
171 
136 


201 
29 

9 


16 


■ 330 

40 

1 

12 


164 
16 

1 

• • 


3 

8 

• • 


•• 


264 
261 
250 
152 


178 
J 23 
170 
136 


163 
57 
65 

1 


94 

60 

46 

1 


866 
249 
187 
113 


1,237 
362 
276 
162 


956 


665 


67 


9 


242 


192 


7 




640 


463 


- 


... 


439 


624 


573 
48 

335 


440 

9 

216 


40 

1 
26 


"9 


110 
24 
108 


84 

9 

99 


7 


- 


423 

23 

194 


356 
107 


■• 


- 


251 

28 

160 


328 
53 

243 


'C.'ISl 


1,662 


3,133 


389 


2,295 


1,106 


58 


18 


965 


149 


200 


961 


5^70 


9,160 16 


6.451 


1,662 


3,133 


389 


2,295 


1,106 


58 


18 


965 


149 


200 


961 


5,570 


9,1C0 


6,451 


1,622 


3,133 


389 


2.295 


1,106 


58 


18 


965 


149 


200 


961 


5,570 


9,!60 


1,164 


773 


584 


397 


497 


373 


8 


•• 


75' 


3 


9 


10 


688 


910 17 


285 
756 
123 


80 
554 
139 


83 

463 

38 


50 

343 

4 


193 

219 

85 


30 
208 
135 


'h 


- 


9 

65 


"3 


'4 
5 


'3 
7 


192 

^l 

65 


342 

494 
74 


5,422 


1,487 


1,924 


218 


1,988 


978 


46 


9 


1,464 


282 


314 


481 


6,104 


9,547 18 


5,422 


1,487 


1,924 


218 


1,988 


978 


46 


9 


1,464 


282 


314 


481 


6,104 


9,547 


87,598 


37,731 


22,266 


1,123 


19,266 


6,997 


697 


126 


45,369 


29,485 


6,192 


5,704 


91,487 


135,014 


4,355 


1,987 


1,250 


97 


.,183 


529 


24 


3 


1^8 


1.358 


207 


133 


3,926 


6,008 1 


1,460 


513 


513 


46 


545 


202 


10 


1 


392 


. 264 


32 


24 


1,355 


2,203 


1,460 
2,895 


513 
1,474 


513 

737 


46 

51 


545 
638 


202 
327 


10 
14 


1 

2 


392 
1,506 


264 
1,094 


32 
175 


24 
109 


1,355 
2,571 


. 2,203 
3,805 



2,895 1.474 



737 



51 



638 



327 



14 



1,506 1,094 



175 



109 



2,571 



3,8(15 



5,265 


4,281 


425 


50 


788 


192 


42 


4 


4,0i0 


4,035 


727 


520 


6,646 


7,824 


1,77G 


1,379 


123 


8 


348 


96 


6 


.. 


1,299 


l,27o 


284 


158 


1,983 


2,424 


885 

891 

3,489 


754 

625 

2.902 


78 

45 

302. 


4 

4 

42 


153 
195 
440 


15 
81 
96 


1 

5 
36 


"4 


653 

646 
2,711 


735 
540 

2,760 


176 
108 
-!43 


105 
53 

362 


1.046 

9^ 

4,663 


1,245 
1,!79 
5,400 


705 

717 


576 
571 


69 
105 


3 
8 


102 

197 


28 

26 


io 

5 




524 
410 


.545 
537 


70 
144 


79 
90 


1,032 
974 


1.193 
1,172 


466 
947 
422 
232 


413 
673 
455 

214 


68 

48 

3 

9 


13 

17 

1 


57 
65 

1 
18 


1 
35 

6 


1 

7 

12 

1 


'3 

I 


340 
827 
406 
2(M 


399 
618 

454 
207 


43 
45 
77 


10 

18 
102 

63 


874 
997 
488 

298 


916 

1.297 
445 

377 


■4,562 


674 


2,031 


52 


1,361 


421 


40 


17 


1,130 


184 


195 


248 


4,875 


8,211 


4.562 


674 


2,031 


52 


1.361 


421 


40 


17 


1,130 


184 


195 


248 


4,875 


8,211 


2,026 
■2,536 


291 
333 


859 

1,172 


26 
26 


683 
678 


214 
207 


17 
23 


6 
11 


467 
663 


45 
139 


123 

72 


163 
85 


2.079 
2,796 


3,596 
4.615 



75 



TABLR 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 











. Total 


population 




















•No. of 




(including 




















occupied 




iauitutional and 




Scheduled 


Scheduled 






SI . Development 
No. Block/Panchayat 


Area 


resi- 
dential 
houses 


•*No. of 
house- 
holds 


houselesi population) 


Castes 

A. 


Tribes 


Literates 


It 
sq. lun. 


Persons 


1 

Males Females 


U 


\ 

F 


M 


N 

F 


M 


■ ^ 
F 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


ARUDAI— (fo-Krf.^ 


























AYYAPPANCOIL 


























4 Heaven valley 


42 BO 


2,064 


2,079 


10,408 


5,371 


5,037 


392 


353 


127 


129 


3,895 


3,100 


Panchayat 


























Av->appancoil 




1,348 


1,363 


6,885 


3,606 


3,279 


130 


118 


121 


119 


2,759 


2,202 


Village (Portion) 


























K:ilthotti (Portion) 




1,348 


1,363 


6,885 


3,600 


3,279 


130 


118 


121 


119 


2,759 


2,202 


Chakkapallam 




716 


716 


3,523 


1,765 


1,758 


262 


235 


6 


10 


1,136 


898 


Village (Portion) 


























Cliakkupallam (Portion) 


716 


716 


3,523 


1,765 


1,758 


262 


235 


6 


10 


1,136 


898 


5 Kattappana 


52-77 


5,021 


5,092 


28,226 


14,614 


13,612 


600 


569 


138 


138 


11,080 


9,422 


Panchayat 


























Kulkoonthal 




2,748 


2,769 


15,892 


8.211 


7,(i81 


375 


344 


66 


70 


6,!ao 


5,606 


Village (Portion) 


























Nattukallu 




1,512 


1,517 


8,970 


4,593 


4,377 


111 


96 


5 


5 


3.644 


3,239 


\aliakandom 




1,236 


1,252 


6,922 


3,618 


3,304 


264 


248 


61 


65 


2,81.) 


2,367 


Pampadumpara 




846 


857 


4,550 


2,373 


2,177 


85 


72 


57 


51 


1.775 


1,488 


Village (Portion) 


























Pulianmala 




846 


857 


4,550 


2,373 


2,177 


85 


72 


57 


51 


1.775 


1,488 


Ayyappancoil 




1,427 


1,466 


7,784 


4,030 


3,754 


140 


153 


15 


17 


2.816 


2,328 


Village (Portion) 


























Kimthalappara (Portion) 


1,064 


1,101 


6,091 


3,122 


2.969 


63 


67 


15 


17 


2.273 


1,977 


Kanavakuzhi 




363 


365 


1,693 


908 


785 


77 


86 


•• 


•• 


543 


351 


6 Kamakshi 


32-38 


3,142 


3,145 


17,855 


9,099 


8,756 


261 


234 


.. 


.. 


7,116 


6,484 


Panchayat 


























Kalkoonthal 




3,142 


3.145 


17,855 


9,099 


8,756 


261 


234 


. • 


. . 


7,116 


6,484 


Village (Portion) 


























Pandippara 




1,302 


1,305 


7,421 


3,728 


3,693 


65 


66 






2,829 


2,638 


Kamakshy 




1,840 


1,840 


10,434 


5,371 


5,063 


196 


168 


-• 


•• 


4,287 


3.846 


7 Kanchiyar 


64-65 


3,831 


3,852 


21,096 


10,754 


10,342 


589 


556 


502 


436 


8,067 


7,370 


Panchayat 


























Kalkoonthal 




1,352 


1,358 


7,259 


3,703 


3,556 


352 


336 


348 


357 


2,632 


2,403 


Village (Portion) ' 


























Kanchiyar 




781 


785 


4,240 


2,186 


2,054 


201 


198 


7 


15 


1,626 


1,433 


Kozhimala 




. 571 


573 


3,019 


1,517 


1,502 


151 


138 


341 


342 


1,006 


970 


Ayyappancoil 




2,479 


2,494 


13,837 


7,051 


6,786 


237 


220 


154 


79 


5.435 


4,967 


Village (Portion) 


* 
























Kunthalappara (Portion) 


1,492 


1,497 


8.658 


4,414 


4.244 


213 


202 


118 


54 


3,533 


3,276 


Kalthotti (Portion) 




987 


997 


5,179 


2,637 


2,542 


24 


18 


36 


25 


1,902 


1,691 


8 Karunapuram 


53-21 


5,049 


5,085 


28.134 


14,489 


13,645 


884 


768 


18 


18 


11,208 


9,879 


Panchayat 


























Pampadumpara 




5,049 


5,085 


28,134 


14,489 


13,645 


884 


768 


18 


18 


11,208 


9,879 


Village (Portion) 


























Cumbammettu 




5,049 


5.085 


2,8134 


14,489 


13,645 


884 


768 


18 


18 


11.208 


9,979 


9 Kokkayar 


55 91 


2,004 


2,032 


11,745 


5,988 


5,757 


748 


736 


168 


130 


4,830 


4,331 


Panchayat 


























Peruvanthanam 




2,004 


2,032 


11,745 


5,988 


5,757 


748 


736 


168 


130 


4,830 


4,331 


Village (Portion) 


























Peruvanthanam 




2,004 


2,032 


1 1 ,745 


5,988 


5,757 


748 


736 


168 


130 


4,830 


4,331 


North 


























10 Knmily Panchayat 


816 72 


6,629 


6,839 


34,918 


17,784 


17,134 


4,003 


3,940 


718 


723 


12,276 


9,660 


Periyar Village 




5,619 


5,803 


30,032 


15,254 


14,778 


3,505 


3,491 


8 


15 


10,522 


8,373 


(Portion) 
C.henkara 




1,242 


1,349 


6,763 


3.439 


3.324 


1,285 


1,267 






2,056 


1,405 


Arnikkuay (Portion) 




930 


947 


4,856 


2.455 


2.401 


9t)5 


956 






1.536 


1.057 


Moonkithozhu 




647 


656 


3,427 


1.744 


1,683 


83 


83 






1,285 


1,136 


Kumily 




1,805 


1,823 


9.748 


4.977 


4.771 


462 


453 


8 


15 


3,782 


3.206 


Murikkady 




319 


323 


1,572 


792 


780 


203 


197 






570 


488 


Chottupara 




676 


705 


3.666 


1.847 


1.819 


507 


535 






1.293 


1,081 


Mlappara Village 




152 


154 


583 


300 


283 


156 


139 


2 


*2 


149 


75 


\'allakkadavu Range 




S9S 


620 


3,118 


1,620 


1.498 


288 


264 


317 


288 


1,257 


1,049 


(Portionl 



























76 



4 — cotiid. 

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— con/rf. 

Main workers 



e 






Household in- 














dustry — manu- 








Total 


Cultivators 


Agricultural 
labourers 


facturing, proce- 
ssing, servicing 
and repairs Other workers 


Marginal 
workers 


Non-workers 


SI, 




, « , 

M F 










No. 


M F 


M F 


M F M F 


M F 


r I 
M F 


!5 16 


17 18 


19 20 


21 22 23 24 


25 26 


27 28 


1 



2,406 


1,023 


739 


51 


638 


240 


24 


5 


1,005 


727 


172 


101 


2,793 


3,913 


1,543 


467 


492 


5 


387 


98 


24 


3 


640 


361 


121 


70 


1,942 


2,742 


1,543 
863 


467 
556 


492 
247 


5 

46 


387 

251 


98 
142 


24 


3 
2 


640 
365 


361 
366 


121 
51 


70 
31 


1,942 
851 


2,742 
1,171 


863 


556 


247 


46 


251 


142 


•• 


2 


365 


366 


51 


31 


851 


1,171 


7,288 


1,899 


2,275 


72 


1,968 


712 


86 


16 


2,959 


1,099 


307 


245 


7,019 


11,468 


3,97i 


822 


1,482 


54 


1,237 


524 


55 


10 


1,200 


234 


197 


173 


4,040 


6,686 


2,239 
1,735 
1,240 


441 
381 
334 


1,023 
459 
398 


42 " 

12 

9 


642 
595 
290 


298 

226 

97 


12 
43 
12 


7 
3 
4 


562 
638 
540 


94 
140 

224 


82 

115 

36 


41 

132 

14 


2.272 
1,768 
1,097 


3,895 
2,791 
1,829 


i;j40 
2,074 


334 
743 


398 
395 


9 
9 


290 
441 


97 
91 


12 
19 


4 
2 


540 
1,219 


224 
641 


36 
74 


14 
58 


1,097 
1,882 


1,829 
2,953 


1,584 
490 


479 
264 


317 
78 


5 

4 


413 
28 


83 
8 


18 

1 


1 
1 


836 
383 


390 
251 


58 
16 


47 
11 


1,4«0 
402 


2,443 
510 


4.403 


840 


2,454 


87 


1,511 


661 


20 


6 


418 


86 


208 


252 


4,488 


7,664 


4,403 


840 


2,454 


87 


1,511 


661 


20 


6 


418 


86 


208 


252 


4,488 


7,664 


1,688 
2,715 


287 
553 


991 
1,463 


13 

74 


487 
1,024 


231 
430 


11 
9 


2 
4 


199 
219 


41 
45 


131 

77 


75 
177 


1.909 
2,579 


3,331 
4,333 


5,342 


1,664 


2,329 


171 


1,668 


723 


38 


6 


137 


764 


207 


204 


5,205 


8,474 


1,762 


561 


783 


143 


629 


354 


21 


4 


329 


60 


71 


93 


1,870 


2,902 


978 

784 

3,580 


210 

351 

1,103 


359 

424 

1,546 


23 

120 

28 


333 

296 

1,039 


133 
221 
369 


15 

6 

17 


3 

1 
2 


271 

58 

978 


51 
9 

704 


68 

3 

136 


89 

4 

111 


1.140 

730 

3,335 


1,755 
1,147 
5,572 


2,277 
1,303 


659 

. 444 


1,048 
498 


21 
7 


724 
315 


296 
73 


14 
3 


1 
1 


491 
487 


341 
363 


76 
60 


56 
55 


2,061 
1,274 


3.529 
2,043 


6,753 


1,206 


2,638 


78 


2,141 


658 


52 


14 


1,922 


456 


587 


743 


7,149 


11,696 


6,753 


1,206 


2,638 


78 


2,141 


658 


52 


14 


1-922 


456 


587 


743 


7,149 


11,696 


6,753 


1,206 


2,638 


78 


2,141 


658 


52 


14 


1,922 


456 


587 


743 


7,149 


11,696 


2,410 


629 


425 


11 


437 


181 


29 


1 


1,519 


436 


300 


264 


3,278 


4,864 


.2,410 


629 


425 


U 


437 


181 


29 


1 


1,519 


436 


300 


264 


3,278 


4,864 


2,410 


629 


425 


11 


437 


181 


29 


1 


1,519 


436 


300 


264 


3.278 


4,864 


8,731 


3,943 


1,357 


65 


1,821 


683 


99 


19 


5,454 


3,176 


536 


620 


8,517 


12,571 


7,341 


3,559 


875 


36 


1.601 


643 


91 


16 


4,774 


2,864 


428 


389 


7.485 


10,830 


1,476 
1,231 
927 
2.375 
376 
956 
222 
814 


1,217 
695 
284 
543 
161 
459 
174 
83 


6 
136 
222 
195 
90 
226 

467 


1 
13 
7 
8 
6 
1 

25 


29 
136 
278 
678 
185 
295 

i73 


6 

57 

90 

192 

108 

190 

25 


3 
18 

5 
56 

6 

3 

"4 


1 

1 

13 

i 


1,438 
941 
422 

1.446 

95 

432 

22? 

170 


1,209 
824 

187 
330 

47 
267 
174 

33 


132 
33 
36 

131 

56 

40 

1 

58 


97 
35 
31 
135 
60 
31 

i36 


1,831 
1,191 

781 
2,471 

360 

851 
77 

748 


2,010 
1.471 
1,368 
4,093 

559 
1,329 

109 
1,279 



f 



10 



106/S09— 26 



77 



TABLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCH.WAT 





occupied 


(including inst 


itutional 


Scheduled 


Scheduled 






Code Development Block/ 
No. Panchayat 


resi- 
Area in dential 
Sq. km. houses 


•»No. 

housc- 

liolds 


if and houseless popul.ition) 


Castes 


Tribes 

^ A- 


Lit rates 
^ , A. 


Personi 


Males 


Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


1 t 
M 


F 


1 2 


3 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


ARVDM—contd. 
























Thckkady Range 


260 


262 


1,185 


610 


575 


54 


46 


391 


418 


348 


163 


(Portion) 
























Goodrical Range 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


•• 


• • 


•• 


•• 


11 Mariapuram 


28 33 1,688 


1,698 


9,872 


5,034 


4,838 


114 


93 


, , 


1 


3,969 


3,603 


Panchayat 
























Kalkoonlhal Village 


1,688 


1,698 


9,872 


.5,034 


4.838 


114 


93 


. • 


1 


3.969 


3,603 


(Portion) 
























Mariapuram 


539 


539 


3,260 


1,695 


1,565 


15 


15 






1,372 


1,125 


(Porlion) 
























Vimalagiri 


1,149 


1.159 


6,612 


3,339 


3.273 


99 


78 


•• 


1 


2,597 


2,478 


12 Pampadumpara 


36 19 2,821 


2,897 


14,818 


7,645 


7,173 


808 


824 


116 


113 


5,461 


4,538 


Panchayat 
























P:impaclump.aa 


2,821 


2,897 


K.HIS 


7,645 


7.173 


808 


824 


116 


113 


5.461 


4,538 


Village (Porlion) 
























Panipadumpara 


2,821 


2,897 


14,818 


7,645 


7,173 


808 


824 


116 


113 


5,461 


4,538 


13. Peermade 


114-75 4,530 


4,943 


24,161 


12,179 


11,982 


4,647 


4,836 


193 


214 


8,560 


6,426 


Panchayat 
























Elappara Village 

(Portion) 
Woodlands 


1,792 


1,882 


9,327 


4,572 


4,755 


2,284 


2,463 


2 


5 


3,095 


2,440 


666 


699 


3,335 


1,618 


1.717 


606 


683 


2 


3 


1,217 


1,010 


Glenmary 


32G 


329 


1,799 


893 


906 


406 


432 






634 


536 


Landrum 


800 


854 


4,193 


2,061 


2,132 


1,272 


1,348 




2 


1,194 


894 


Peermade \'illage 


2,738 


3,061 


14,834 


7,607 


7,227 


2,363 


2,373 


191 


209 


5,465 


3,986 


(Portion) 
























Azluitfaa 


1,037 


1,124 


5,707 


2,966 


2,741 


705 


696 


96 


101 


2,289 


1,777 


Rani mud i 


448 


520 


2,564 


1.272 


1.292 


485 


519 


4 


4 


873 


620 


Karadiku^hi 


314 


399 


1,759 


872 


887 


363 


372 


1 


1 


555 


366 


(Portion) 
























Pambanai* 


891 


970 


4,611 


2,407 


2,204 


810 


786 






1,692 


1,166 


Erumely Range 


48 


48 


193 


90 


103 




.. 


90 


103 


56 


57 


(Portion) 
























14. Peruvanthanam 


57-36 3.052 


3,063 


17,389 


8,763 


8,626 


635 


568 


199 


197 


6,915 


6,397 


Panchayat 
























Pi-ruvanthanara 


3.000 


3,011 


17,118 


8,632 


8.486 


635 


568 


69 


57 


6.817 


6,287 


Village (Portion) 
























Peruvanthanam 


3.000 


3.011 


17.118 


8,632 


8.486 


635 


.568 


69 


57 


6,817 


6,287 


Sojlh 
























Erumcly Range 


52 


52 


271 


131 


140 


■ • 


.. 


130 


140 


98 


110 


(Portion) 
























15. Upputhara 


71 62 4,025 


4,098 


21,248 


10,729 


10,519 


1,869 


1,846 


116 


105 


8,063 


«i,883 


Panchayat 
























P.isuppar.i X'illagc 


3.846 


3,919 


20,264 


10.224 


10,040 


1 ,823 


1.803 


lib 


105 


7,629 


6,494 


(Portion) 
























Pasuppara 


934 


938 


4.619 


2.329 


2.29(1 


4!i3 


499 


21 


18 


I.7!0 


1.431 


Maluihavi'i.im 


380 


382 


■J .OM 


1.044 


1.040 


91 


85 


90 


87 


ijl5 


769 


Upputhara 


739 


792 


4.597 


2.303 


2,289 


172 


162 


5 


. , 


1,824 


1,694 


Ottamarai: 


1.172 


1 .230 


6.168 


3,092 


3,076 


723 


709 






2.207 


!,744 


Cheentiial v 


.571 


577 


2.796 


1.451 


1 ,345 


354 


348 






1.064 


°.56 


Elappaia \ iUage 


179 


179 


084 


505 


479 


46 


43 




.. 


434 


389 


(Porlion) 
























Karimtharuvi 


179 


179 


984 


505 


479 


46 


43 






4.34 


3.9 


(Portion) 
























16. Vandanmettu 


68-18 4,908 


4,984 


23,347 


11,907 


11,440 


693 


707 


136 


148 


7,624 


6,087 


Panchayat 
























\andanmettu 


4.1H5 


4.242 


20,709 


. 10,.549 


10.160 


684 


694 


136 


148 


7,030 


5,862 


Village 'Portion) 
























\"andanmettu 


90.''> 


919 


4.073 


2,120 


1.953 


285 


278 


51 


51 


1,156 


833 


Mali 


610 


619 


2,438 


1,215 


1,223 


91 


106 


1 




596 


3:;i 


Karuvakkulam 


281 


287 


1,172 


617 


555 


67 


72 


22 


25 


335 


150 


.\nakkara (Portion) 


2,389 


2,417 


13,026 


6.597 


6,429 


241 


" 238 


62 


72 


4,943 


4,558 


Chafckupallam 


723 


742 


2,638 


1,358 


1,280 


9 


13 






594 


225 


Village (Portion) 
























Sasthanada 


192 


1?4 


647 


335 


312 










191 


70 


\'azhavidii 


.531 


548 


1,991 


1,023 


968 


9 


13 






403 


155 



78 



PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— con;</. 

Main workers 



Total 



M 
15 



F 
IG 



Cultivators 



M 

17 



F 
IB 



AgriciJtural 
labourers 



M 
19 



F 

20 



Household industry — 

manulacturing, 
processing, servicing 

and repairs Other workers 



H 
21 



F 

22 



M 

23 



F 

24 



Marginal 
workers 



M 

25 



F 
26 



Non-workers 



M 

27 



F 

28 



SI. 
-No. 



354 



127 



15 



47 



15 



288 



105 



49 



95 



207 



353 



2,327 


355 


1,146 


31 


721 


216 


20 


3 


440 


105 


150 


376 


2,557 


4,107 11 


2,327 


355 


1,146 


31 


721 


216 


20 


3 


440 


105 


150 


376 


2,557 


4,107 


773 


87 


470 


6 


170 


42 


11 


2 


122 


37 


64 


93 


858 


1,385 


1,554 


268 


676 


25 


551 


174 


9 


1 


318 


68 


86 


283 


1,699 


2,722 


3,789 


l.lOi 


1,063 


35 


1,244 


367 


20 


3 


1,462 


696 


231 


aio 


3,625 


5,742 12 


3,789 


1,101 


1,063 


35 


1,244 


367 


20 


3 


1,462 


696 


231 


330 


3,625 


5,742 


3,789 


1,101 


1,063 


35 


1,244 


367 


20 


3 


1,462 


696 


231 


330 


3,625 


5,742 


5,530 


4,296 


109 


12 


368 


228 


32 


7 


5,021 


4,0i9 


286 


226 


6,363 


7,460 13 


1,966 


1,939 


1 


1 


184 


148 


■6 




1,775 


1,790 


134 


103 


2,472 


2,713 


659 

374 

933 

3,564 


682 

344 

913 

2,357 


1 
103 


i 
11 


36 

1 

147 

184 


'i 

147 
80 


3 

1 

2 

26 


'7 


619 

372 

784 

3,246 


682 
343 

765 
2,259 


69 

65 

152 


38 

65 
123 


890 

519 

1,063 

3,891 


997 

562 
1,154 
4,747 


1,363 
551 
469 


780 
405 
404 


74 
2 


9 


155 

2 


61 
6 


5 

2 

1 


2 


1,129 
545 
468 


708 

399 

- 404 


31 

58 

6 


49 

53 

5 


. 1.572 
663 

397 


1,912 
834 
473 


1,122 
59 


753 
15 


32 


'2 


27 


13 


18 


5 


1,104 


748 


57 


16 


1,228 
31 


1,435 
88 


3,688 


949 


929 


14 


638 


137 


30 


4 


2,091 


794 


401 


238 


4,674 


7,439 14 


3,620 


940 


907 


14 


601 


131 


30 


4 


2,082 


791 


401 


238 


4.611 


7..308 


3,620 


940 


907 


14 


601 


131 


30 


4 


2,082 


791 


401 


238 


4,611 


7,308 


68 


9 


22 


•• 


37 


6 


•• 


•■ 


9 


3 




•• 


63 


131 


4,525 


2,331 


1,189 


80 


l,Hi 


275 


41 


10 


2,181 


1,966 


823 


525 


5,381 


7,663 


4,291 


2,276 


1,111 


79 


1,021 


271 


41 


10 


2,118 


1,916 


816 


525 


5,117 


7.239 


1,047 

469 

1,159 

1,161 

455 

234 


712 
138 
215 
906 
305 
55 


299 
175 
471 
104 
62 
78 


40 
14 

15 
8 
2 
1 


175 
136 
217 
371 
122 
93 


56 
65 
82 
56 
12 
4 


3 

4 

25 

9 


3 

•> 

4 
1 


570 
154 
446 
677 
271 
63 


613 
57 
114 
841 
291 
50 


178 

95 

42 

312 

189 

7 


134 
104 

42 
184 

61 


1,104 

480 

1,107 

1,619 

807 

264 


1.441 15 

798 
2.032 
1 .986 

979 

424 



234 



55 



93 



63 



50 



264 



424 



6,426 


3,118 


1,584 


83 


1,329 


683 


31 


2 


3,482 


2,350 


240 


231 


5,24i 


8,091 


5,502 


2,389 


1 ,570 


82 


1,303 


654 


31 


2 


2. .598 


1,651 


239 


231 


4.808 


7.54U 


1,034 
752 
380 

3.336 


627 

469 

285 

1,008 


65 

1 

1 

1,503 


16 
66 


35 

36 

1 

1,231 


6 
16 

(i32 


3 

2 

26 


2 


931 
713 
378 
576 


605 
453 
285 
308 


125 

3 

15 

96 


123 
2 

17 
89 


961 

460 

222 

3,l65 


1,203 
752 
253 

5.332 


924 


729 


14 


1 


26 


29 


•• 




884 


699 


1 


- 


433 


531 


223 
701 


154 

.".75 


3 

n 


"i 


26 


29 


•• 


•• 


220 
664 


ij4 
545 


1 


•• 


112 
321 


158 
393 



16 



79 



T.\BLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 



Total population (including 





•No. of 




inst 


;itutional a 


nd 
















occupied 






houseless 




Scheduled 


Scheduled 






SI. Development Block/ Area in 
No. Panchayat sq. km. 


resi- 
dential 
houses 


••No. of 1 


population) 




Castes 


Tribes 


Literates 


hovisc- 
hold3 


Persons 


Males , 


Females 


M 


F 


M 


F 


^^M 


1 

F 


1 2 3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


ARUDAI— fOKfW. 
























17 Vandip«riyar 107-83 


7,266 


8,440 


39,865 


20,163 


19,702 


7,583 


7,f61 


122 


99 


12,433 


8,29« 


Panchayat 
























Elappaxa X'illagc 


121 


121 


635 


322 


313 


59 


78 


.. 


.. 


194 


160 


(Portion) 
























Thengakkal (Portion) 


121 


121 


635 


322 


313 


59 


78 






194 


160 


Pecrmade \i llage 

(Portion) 
Mlamala 


4,363 


5,106 


23.992 


12,092 


11,900 


4,886 


4,928 


21 


16 


7,186 


4,752 


799 


926 


4,514 


2,215 


2.299 


760 


793 


2 


3 


1,213 


946 


Karadikuzhi (Portion) 


283 


330 


1.536 


807 


729 


254 


236 






499 


332 


Aianakkalmanchumala 


3,281 


3,850 


17,942 


9,070 


8,872 


3,872 


3,899 


ig 


is 


5,474 


3.474 


Periyar \ illagc (Portion) 


2,782 


3,213 


15,238 


7,749 


7,489 


2,638 


2,655 


101 


83 


5,053 


3,382 


Arnikkudv (Portion) 


197 


200 


1,060 


.526 


534 


47 


52 






361 


316 


Walady 


1,210 


1,341 


6,247 


3,143 


3,104 


1,224 


1,243 


'15 


16 


1,918 


1,311 


Periyar 


648 


725 


3,597 


1,941 


1,656 


480 


488 


3 


2 


1.445 


882 


Thankamala 


727 


947 


4,334 


2,139 


2,195 


887 


872 


83 


65 


I "^''9 


873 


\'illal:kada\'u Range 
























(Portion) 
























ELAMDESOM 823 62 32,203 


32,461 


1,75,288 


88,627 


86,661 


4,513 


4,405 


9,277 


8,978 


6H.'.48 


61,836 


1 Alakkode 22-54 


1,398 


?,402 


8,519 


4,268 


4,251 


202 


220 


35 


17 


?273 


3,024 


Panchayat 
























Karimatmoor 


352 


353 


2,309 


1,161 


1,148 


3 


4 


34 


16 


i;:{0 


755 


Village (Portion) 
























Chilavu 


352 


353 


2,309 


1,101 


1,148 


3 


4 


34 


16 


iO 


755 


Alakkode Village 

(Portion) 
Alakkode 


1,046 


1,049 


6,210 


3,107 


3,103 


199 


216 


1 


1 


2,393 


2,269 


356 


358 


1,999 


1,033 


966 


54 


59 


1 


1 


791 


682 


Kurichi 


135 


135 


856 


426 


430 


9 


14 






314, 


298 


Anchiri (Portion) 


425 


425 


2,581 


1,254 


1,327 


110 


118 


, , 


, , 


965 


977 


Sankarappilly 


32 


32 


190 


96 


94 


18 


13 






76 


73 


Kudayathoor 


98 


99 


584 


298 


286 


8 


12 


.. 




247 


239 


1 hodupuzha Range 
























(Portion) 
























2 Arakkulam 194-25 


4,275 


4,321 


21,609 


10,963 


10,646 


735 


725 


2,421 


2,335 


8,600 


7,847 


Panchayat 
























Kudayathoor Village 


80 


80 


426 


217 


209 


.. 




130 


129 


184 


182 


(Portion) 
























Koovappally (Portion) 


80 


80 


426 


217 


209 






130 


129 


184 


182 


Arakkulam \illage 


2,801 


2,839 


15,045 


7,579 


7,466 


548 


550 


1,009 


1,000 


6,225 


5,781 


Idukki \illage (Portion) 


803 


806 


3,628 


1,867 


1,761 


147 


148 


76 


73 


1,411 


1,232 


Kulamavu 


483 


486 


1.976 


1,036 


940 


110 


108 


42 


50 


803 


664 


Kothapara 


320 


320 


1,652 


831 


821 


37 


40 


34 


23 


608 


568 


Thodupuzha Range 

(Portion) 
Ayyapancoil Range 


258 


' 258 


1,043 


526 


517 


1 


•■ 


525 


517 


343 


312 


241 


246 


1,132 


585 


547 


3 


2 


575 


538 


299 


240 


Nagarampara Range 


92 


92 


335 


189 


146 


36 


25 


106 


78 


138 


100 


(Portion) 
























3 Idnkia Kanjikuzhi 227-51 


4,112 


4,136 


20,673 


10,595 


10,078 


520 


481 


1,466 


1,446 


7,764 


6,831 


Panchayat 
























Idukki ViUage 


3,802 


3,826 


19,238 


9,852 


9,386 


495 


459 


1,327 


1,297 


7,294 


6,438 


(Portion) 
























Pazhayarikandam 


1,183 


1,199 


5,789 


3.003 


2,786 


105 


116 


612 


595 


2.208 


1,889 


Kanjikuzhi 


879 


882 


4,585 


2.396 


2,18t- 


124 


102 


341 


306 


1.821 


1,594 


Kcerilhodu 


695 


698 


3,455 


1,736 


1,719 


95 


72 


• 53 


64 


1,307 


1,196 


Chclachuvadu 


416 


417 


2,212 


1,117 


1,095 


35 


30 


172 


175 


840 


750 


Churtili 


629 


630 


3,197 


1,600 


1,597 


136 


139 


149 


157 


1,118 


1,009 


Maniyaramkudi (Portion) 




















• • 


, , 


Thodupuzha Range 


227 


227 


1,041 


543 


498 


2 


3 


78 


88 


384 


325 


(Portioi) 
























Adimali Range 


, , 


, , 














..• 






Nagarampara Range 


83 


83 


394 


200 


194 


23 


19 


61 


61 


86 


68 


4 Karikkode 18- -iS 1,732 


1,735 


9,980 


5,077 


4,903 


292 


252 


10 


5 


3,982 


3,529 


Panchayat 
























Karikkode \illagc 


1,732 


1,735 


9,980 


5.077 


4'903 


292 


252 


10 


5 


3.982 


3,529 


(Portion! 
























.\lakkode 


133 


133 


783 


402 


381 


13 


12 






322 


282 


Edavetty 


662 


662 


3.641 


1,861 


1,780 


126 


117 




, , 


1,406 


1,130 


Thondikkuzha 


142 


142 


860 


425 


435 


31 


20 






333 


314 


Ireekode (Portion) 


50 


50 


268 


133 


135 


12 


9 






115 


96 


Keerikode (Portion) 


123 


124 


773 


409 


364 


31 


23 


io 


5 


360 


305 


Thekkumbhagom 


622 


624 


3,655 


1,847 


1,808 


79 


71 






1.446 


1,402 


Thodupuzha Range 




• • 


• • 


• • 


•• 


•• 


• • 


• • 


• • 




• • 



80 



4 — contd. 

PRIMARY CENSUS XBSTRACT— contd. 

Main workers 



t 

Tota 




Cultivators 

A 


Agricultural 
labourers 


Household industr>'- 

manufacturing, 
processing, servicing 

and repairs Other workers 


Marginal 
workers 


Non 


■workers 
A 01 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


--'^- % 01. 
F No 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


9,798 


7,435 


323 


134 


336 


91 


69 


6 


9,070 


7,204 


615 


448 


9,750 


11,819 


169 


82 


52 


7 


41 


25 


.. 


.. 


76 


50 


16 


22 


137 


209 


169 
5,867 


82 
4,768 


52 
56 


7 
8 


41 

164 


25 
19 


2'o' 


5 


76 

5,627 


50 
4,736 


16 
368 


22 
298 


137 

5,857 


209 
6,834 


1,050 
397 

4,420 

3,762 
247 

1,515 
978 

1,022 


806 

297 

3,665 

2.585 

126 

1,202 

357 

900 


23 

1 

32 

215 

60 

132 

2 

21 


"a 

119 

7 

91 

21 


110 

1 
53 
131 
60 
53 
18 


8 

ii 

47 
26 
20 

"l 


2 

is 

49 
4 
4 

36 
5 


5 

1 

'i 


915 

395 

4,317 

3.367 

123 

1,326 

922 

996 


798 

297 

3,641 

2,418 

93 

1,091 

356 

878 


117 

251 
231 
33 
92 
48 
58 


90 

3 

205 

128 

11 

60 

21 

3G 


1,048 
410 

4,399 

3.756 
246 

1,536 
915 

1,059 


1,403 
429 
5,002 
4.776 
397 
1,842 
1,278 
1,259 


42,881 


10,895 


17,436 


1,553 


12,100 


6,178 


408 


103 


12,937 


3,061 


2,362 


3,119 


43,384 


7,2647 1 


1,920 


509 


743 


27 


602 


366 


18 


1 


557 


115 


126 


132 


2,222 


3,610 


494 


84 


253 


.. 


128 


. 60 


2 


» 


111 


24 


24 


13 


643 


1,051 


494 
1,426 


84 

425 


253 
490 


27 


128 
474 


60 
306 


2 
16 


i 


111 
44G 


24 
91 


24 
102 


13 
119 


643 
1,579 


1,051 
2,559 


501 
183 
554 
41 
147 


134 
88 

166 

7 

30 


152 
41 

211 
12 
74 


8 

3 

14 

• • 

2 


187 
75 

187 
9 
16 


89 

75 

120 

4 

18 


8 


• • 

1 


154 
67 

149 
20 
56 


37 
9 

32 
3 

10 


23 
78 

*i 


30 
88 

'i 


532 

220 

622 

55 

150 


832 

312 

1,073 

87 

255 


5,496 


1,417 


2,238 


128 


1,417 


637 


50 


14 


1,791 


638 


118 


176 


5,349 


9,053 2 


105 


7 


... 


... 


100 


4 


2 


• • 


3 


3 


.. 


.. 


112 


202 


105 
3,707 
981 
523 
458 
277 


7 
967 
207 
102 
105 
136 


1,341 
376 
lOi 
272 
182 


34 

21 

2i 
49 


100 
870 
283 
117 
166 
80 


4 
383 
92 
17 
75 
84 


2 

41 
7 
2 
5 


'8 
6 
1 
5 

• • 


3 

1,4.55 

315 

300 

15 

15 


3 

542 

88 

84 

4 

3 


lio 
4 

1 
3 
4 


84 
80 
1 
79 
12 


112 
3,762 
882 
512 
370 
245 


202 
6,415 
1,474 
837 
637 
369 


298 
128 


84 
16 


216 
123 


13 
11 


80 
4 


69 
5 




• • 


2 
1 


2 




. . 


287 
61 


463 
130 


5,501 


1,514 


2,674 


400 


2,138 


%5 


47 


22 


642 


127 


264 


292 


4,830 


8,272 3 


5,065 


1,303 


2,334 


252 


2,066 


913 


47 


22 


618 


116 


260 


263 


4,527 


7,820 


1,495 

1,200 

933 

593 

844 


209 
240 
317 
163 
374 


754 
605 
314 
263 
398 


28 
65 
27 
19 

113 


552 
408 
511 
217 
378 


162 
134 
272 
111 
234 


11 

6 

14 

2 
14 


5 
2 
2 
2 
11 


178 
181 

94 
111 

54 


14 
39 
16 
31 
16 


170 

76 

2 

i2 


187 

46 

5 

1 
24 


1,338 

1,120 

801 

524 

744 


2,390 
1,903 
1,397 
931 
1,199 


33G 


152 


274 


li3 


33 


28 


•• 


•• 


23 


ii 


'4 


29 


209 


317 


• • 

106 


59 


66 


35 


39 


24 


•• 


• • 


• • 

1 


• • 


•• 


•• 


94 


135 


2,400 


588 


583 


13 


612 


281 


22 


2 


1,183 


292 


54 


120 


2,583 


4,195 4 


2,400 


588 


583 


13 


612 


281 


22 


2 


1,183 


292 


94 


129 


2,583 


4,195 


220 
880 
231 
59 
202 
808 


31 
189 
49 
17 
32 
270 


71 
145 

79 
5 

51 
232 


5 


76 
266 
50 
24 
43 
153 


20 
118 
25 
13 
19 
86 


5 
12 

"3 
2 


'2 


68 
457 
102 

30 
105 
421 


11 
61 
19 
4 
13 
184 


1 
48 
'5 

'e 

34 


7 

51 

6 

56 


181 
933 
189 
74 
201 
1.005 


343 
1.540 
380 
118 
332 
1,482 



106/509—27 



81 



TABLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 











Total population 


















•No. of 




(includini; institutional 


















occupied 


1 




and house 


less 


Scheduled 


Scheduled 






SI. Development 
No. Block/Panchayat 


Area in 
sq. km. 


I esiden- 
lial 


••No. of 


population) 


Castes 
■ ■ ■*- 


Tribes 


Literates 


houses 


holds 


Persons Males 


Females 


M 


1 

F 


^ 

M 


F 


f — — 

M 


F 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


ELAMDESOM— Cfonrrf.) 


























5 Karimannoor 


33 33 


3,169 


3,185 


18,696 


9,265 


9,431 


415 


419 


24 


16 


7,371 


7,023 


Panchayat 


























Karimannoor Village 




2,836 


2,852 


16,672 


8,211 


8,461 


366 


367 


24 


16 


6,498 


6,279 


(Portion) 


























Kunimpalamattom 




^96 


2% 


1,676 


822 


1>34 


25 


31 


7 


7 


6.34 


629 


Neyyasscry (Portion) 




1.410 


1,420 


8,331 


4,127 


4,204 


216 


224 


8 




3,230 


3,035 


PallikKal 




207 


207 


1,193 


588 


605 


9 


8 


2 


5 


457 


465 


Panoor 




378 


379 


2,167 


1,061 


1,106 


63 


59 


, , 


, , 


860 


848 


Karimannoor 




545 


.^)50 


3,305 


1,613 


1.692 


53 


45 


7 


4 


1 .297 


1.302 


Karikkode Village 




291 


291 


1,797 


935 


862 


25 


24 


, . 




775 


661 


(Portion) 


























Ezhumuttom 




291 


291 


1,797 


935 


862 


25 


24 


• -• 


, , 


775 


661 


Thodupuz.ia Range 




42 


42 


227 


119 


108 


24 


28 




■ >• 


98 


83 


(Portion) 


























6 Kodikkulam 


18 92 


2,162 


2,173 


12,369 


6,231 


6,138 


255 


252 


2 


2 


4,947 


4,564 


Panchayat 


























Kodikkulam 




2,152 


2,163 


12,314 


6,207 


6,107 


255 


252 


2 


2 


4,926 


4,538 


ViUage (Portion) 


























Kaliyar Estate 




241 


242 


1,199 


631 


568 


8 


9 


2 




.503, 


403 


Koduvcli 




177 


179 


1.115 


544 


571 


12 


21 


, , 


2 


429 


424 


Kodikkulam East 




379 


381 


2.249 


1,129 


1,120 


70 


72 




. , 


868 


805 


Thennathooi 




249 


230 


1,394 


710 


684 


27 


31 






563 


506 


Parappuzha 




156 


157 


947 


475 


472 


16 


15 


, , 




390 


379 


Kodikkulam West 




448 


451 


2,502 


■ 1,260 


1,242 


70 


63 


, , 




986 


905 


NeOumattom 




221 


221 


1,272 


640 


632 


13 


12 


. , 




.339 


498 


Kurumbalamattom 




47 


47 


270 


132 


138 




1 






101 


101 


Vandamaltom 




234 


235 


1,366 


686 


680 


39 


28 




. , 


347 


517 


Kairimannoor 




10 


10 


55 


24 


31 










21 


26 


VUlage (Portion) 


























Neyyassery (Portion) 




10 


10 


55 


24 


31 










21 


26 


Thodupuzha Range 








.. 


• • 






.. 


.. 








(Portion) 


























7. Kadayathoor 


27-64 


1,991 


2,020 


11,397 


5,741 


5.655 


301 


268 


651 


670 


4,723 


4,350 


Panchayat 


























Alakkode Village 




27 


28 


184 


97 


87 


4 


6 




.. 


78 


71 


(Portion) 


























Thalayanad 




27 


2H 


184 


97 


87 


4 


6 




. . 


78 


71 


Velliamattam 




424 


428 


2,531 


1,272 


1,259 


145 


141 


22 


13 


1,025 


941 


Village (Portion) 


























Keettila (Portion) 




21 


21 


128 


70 


58 


13 


14 






46 


32 


Kudayatlioor (Portion) 




403 


407 


2.403 


1.202 


1,201 


132 


127 


22 


13 


979 


909 


Kadayathoor 




1,540 


1,564 


8,682 


4,372 


4,310 


152 


121 


629 


657 


3,620 


3,338 


Village (Portion) 


























Sankarappally 




28 


28 


157 


81 


76 






8 


10 


74 


65 


Thalayanad 




57 


57 


312 


168 


144 


ii 


8 


7 


8 


140 


124 


Kudayathoor 




558 


571 


3.120 


1,560 


1,560 


61 


42 


32 


32 


1,342 


1.210 


Keettila 




339 


346 


2,051 


1,040 


1,011 


30 


31 


14 


11 


829 


755 


Koovappally (Portion) 




124 


124 


673 


354 


319 


4 


4 


190 


203 


305 


275 


Morkkad 




132 


132 


7:".2 


381 


371 






112 


115 


-•82 


251 


Panthapla\;i 




26 


26 


144 


69 


75 


6 


4 


28 


33 


57 


54 


Adoormala 




99 


99 


513 


250 


265 






188 


191 


210 


208 


Kolapr.i 




177 


181 


958 


469 


489 


40 


32 


30 


52 


381 


386 


3. Muttom Panchayat 


25-44 


',678 


1,706 


9,741 


4,836 


4,905 


318 


314 


339 


367 


3,929 


3,739 


Muttom Village 


25-44 


1,678 


1,706 


9,741 


4,836 


4,905 


318 


314 


339 


367 


3,929 


3,739 


D. Udumbannoor 


30 94 


3,571 


3,580 


19,241 


9,744 


9,497 


363 


340 


1,066 


1,028 


7,584 


6,695 


Panchayat 


























Udumbannoor 


30 94 


2,853 


2,861 


15,992 


8,069 


7,923 


307 


295 


79 


72 


6,452 


5,716 


VUlage 


























Thodupuzlia Range 




718 


719 


3,249 


1,675 


1,374 


56 


45 


937 


956 


1,132 


979 


(Portion) 


























10. Vannappuram 


23 28 


3,735 


3,766 


19,214 


9,839 


9,375 


648 


621 


806 


772 


7,138 


6.310 


Panchayat 


























Kodikkulam 




■ 1,863 


1,880 


10,525 


5,278 


5,247 


342 


370 


79 


85 


4,992 


3,770 


Village (Portion) 


























Mullariigad 




392 


393 


2,207 


1,111 


1,096 


181 


187 


8 


5 


781 


692 


Vannappuram 




425 


431 


2,387 


1,208 


1,179 


79 


UJ 


6 


7 


S87 


838 


Wnmatiom 




294 


294 


1,616 


823 


793 


23 


23 




, , 


693 


644 


Karshaka colony 




295 


296 


1.659 


829 


830 


33 


23 






648 


582 


Perumpuzha 




457 


466 


2.656 


1,307 


1,349 


:6 


24 


63 


73 


983 


964 


Kcthamani;?.lara 




1.872 


1.886 


8 6'<' 


4,?61 


*,i28 


306 


251 


727 


687 


3,046 


2,540 


Range 



























82 



4 — conia. 
PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT —cwt/rf. 

Main workers 















Househo 


d industry 


— \ 






















(manul'acturing. 






















Agricultural 


processing, servi 






Marginal 






Total 


Cultivators 


labourers 

A- 


cing anc 


repairs) 


Other 


workers 


^vorken 


Non- 


workeis 


M 


1 

F 


M 


1 

F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


r~ 

M 


-* » SI. 

F No. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 1 


4.375 


1,083 


1,767 


72 


1,107 


659 


46 


13 


1,455 


339 


204 


219 


4,686 


8,129 3 


3,910 


971 


1.511 


50 


977 


592. 


43 


12 


1,379 


317 


172 


175 


4,129 


7,315 


371 


107 


131 


10 


74 


65 


9 


3 


16* 


29 


27 


21 


424 


726 


1.919 


436 


763 


28 


492 


276 


23 


6 


641 


126 


137 


151 


2,071 


3,617 


300 


81 


170 


8 


68 


48 


2 


, , 


60 


25 






288 


524 


535 


184 


187 


2 


154 


138 


7 


2 


187 


42 


"2 


i 


524 


921 


785 


163 


260 


9 


189 


65 


9 


1 


327 


95 


6 


2 


822 


1,527 


410 


99 


220 


17 


112 


59 


3 


1 


75 


22 


29 


35 


496 


728 


410 


99 


220 


17 


112 


59 


3 


1 


75 


22 


29 


35 


496 


728 


55 


13 


36 


5 


18 


8 






1 


•• 


3 


9 


61 


86 


2,858 


744 


1,089 


30 


548 


356 


36 


9 


1,185 


349 


291 


321 


3,082 


5,073 6 


2,849 


744 


1,089 


30 


548 


356 


36 


9 


1,176 


349 


288 


315 


3,070 


5,048 


261 


122 


27 




22 


9 






212 


113 


59 


52 


311 


394 


250 


61 


108 


'i 


55 


28 


'3 




84 


32 


29 


15 


265 


495 


544 


144 


173 


3 


94 


81 


12 


5 


265 


55 


40 


87 


£45 


889 


274 


109 


99 


4 


51 


64 


2 


, , 


122 


41 


92, 


92 


344 


483 


185 


48 


81 


3 


26 


22 


1 


2 


77 


21 


45 


33 


245 


391 


608 


125 


237 


11 


125 


75 


6 




240 


39 


5 


23 


647 


1.094 


339 


31 


170 


4 


84 


49 


4 


, , 


81 


28 


2 


3 


299 


548 


55 


9 


10 




8 


1 


5 


2 


32 


6 


10 


9 


67 


120 


333 


45 


184 


4 


83 


27 


3 




63 


14 


6 


1 


347 


634 


9 


•• 


•• 


-• 






•• 


• • 


9 


•• 


3 


6 


12 


25 


9 


:: 


;:• 


- 


;: 




•• 


• • 


9 


•• 


3 


6 


12 


25 


2,747 


515 


1,045 


84 


665 


254 


29 


2 


1,008 


175 


68 


324 


2,926 


4317 t 


48 


2 


26 


■• 


2 


1 


3 


•• 


17 


1 


•• 


• • 


49 


85 


48 


•> 


26 




2 


1 


3 




17 


1 






49 


8'i 


614 


154 


240 


2 


237 


133 






137 


19 


9 


'7 


649 


1,098 


19 








1 








18 




6 


5 


45 


53 


395 


1-.4 


240 


2 


236 


133 


, . 




119 


19 


3 


2 


604 


1,045 


2,085 


359 


779 


82 


426 


120 


26 


'2 


854 


155 


59 


317 


2,228 


3,634 


41 


3 


20 




4 








17 


3 






40 


73 


76 


13 


21 


1 


9 


i 






46 


10 




i 


92 


130 


751 


107 


153 


3 


157 


28 


13 


i 


428 


75 


'7 


I 


802 


1.452 


472 


57 


174 


4 


103 


32 


5 




190 


21 


6 


2 


562 


952 


153 


32 


103 


14 


42 


9 






13 


9 


13 


93 


183 


194 


1S8 


13 


142 


1 


30 


8 


2 




24 


4 




184 


183 


174 


29 


10 


12 


6 


S 


1 


1 


i 


10 


2 


"7 


15 


33 


50 


13G 


53 


83 


41 


25 


5 


9 




26 


7 


17 


16 


97 


196 


■'24 


71 


71 


12 


50 


35 


3 




100 


24 


9 


5 


236 


413 


231 


520 


891 


28 


513 


234 


15 


11 


972 


247 


75 


150 


2,370 


4,235 8 


2,391 


520 


891 


28 


513 


234 


15 


11 


972 


247 


75 


150 


2,370 


4,235 


4,679 


1,281 


1,971 


379 


1,144 


67.; 


48 


11 


1,516 


221 


253 


341 


4,812 


7,875 9 


3,779 


702 


1,317 


22 


946 


457 


47 


11 


1,469 


212 


248 


331 


4.042 


6,890 


900 


579 


654 


357 


198 


213 


i 




47 


9 


5 


10 


770 


985 


4,690 


1,488 


.,859 


262 


1,745 


987 


26 


13 


1,060 


226 


523 


708 


4.626 


7,179 U 


2,191 


595 


779 


95 


559 


300 


17 


10 


836 


190 


447 


439 


2.640 


4,213 


313 


60 


153 


12 


57 


30 


8 


6 


95 


12 


258 


280 


540 


7:16 


5.56 


160 


212 


37 


123 


83 


3 


3 


213 


37 


51 


40 


601 


979 


370 


45 


174 


2 


55 


21 


4 




137 


22 


32 


66 


421 


682 


336 


181 


23 


27 


116 


109 




i 


197 


44 


74 


38 


419 


611 


616 


149 


217 


17 


208 


57 


•? 




189 


75 


32 ■ 


' '15 


659 


1.18:> 


2,499 


893 


1,080 


167 


1,136 


687 


9 


'3 


224 


36 


76 


■269 


1,936 


2.966 



83 



TABLE 
DEVELOPMENT BLOCK AND PANCHAYAT 



SI. Development Block/ Area in 



No. Panchayat 

1 2 

ELAMDESOM- (cont.) 
11 



sq. km. 
3 



29-65 



• No. o» 
occupied 

resi- ''No 

dential 

houses 

4 



house 
holds 

5 ' 



Total population (including 
institutional and 
of houseless population) 



Velliamattam 
Panchayat 

Alakkode Village 
(Portion) 

Elaradvsom 
;\ncliiri (Portion) 
Velliamattam 
Village (Portion) 

Elamrtt'som 
Velliaraaltam 
Poochapia 
Kcettila (Portion) 
Kudayathoor 
Thodupuzha Range 
(Portion) 

12 Vazhathope 171 -69 

Panchayat 
Idukki Village 
(Portion) 

Kaiimban 

Vazhathope (^Portion) 
Maniyarankudi 

(Porlion) 
Nagaiampara Range 

(Portion) 

THODUPUZHA 86 09 

1 Karimkunnam 22'$7 

Panchayat 
Thodupuzha Village 0-92 

(Poition) 
Karimkunnam 21 ■ 75 

Village (Portion) 

2 Kumar amangalam 20 '05 

Panchayat 
Kalloirkkad Village 
(Portion) 

Nagappuzha (Portion) 
Tba zhuvakkunnu 
(Portion) 

Kumaramangallam 
Village (Portion) 

Kaloor 

Ezhalloor 

Perumpillichira 

Kumaramangalam 

Mailacombu (Poition) 

Vengallur (Portion) 

3 Manakkad Panchayat 19-85 
Maoakkad Village 
Parappuzha Village 

(Portion) 

Melpurappuzha 

(Portion) 

4 Parappuzha 23-52 

fanchayat 
Parappuzha Village 
(Portion) 

\'engaloor 
Chilavoor 
Melpurappuzha 

(Portion) 
Kee zhpurappuzha 
Chooralloor 
Kuninji 

* Include those occupied by institutional households also. 
•• Include houjelesj and ioiti'tutional households also. 



2,947 

559 

537 

22 

1,327 

399 

721 

38 

81 

88 
1,061 

1,433 

1,315 

298 
598 
419 

118 

8,031 

1,957 

72 

1,885 

1,938 

11 

2 
3 

6 
1,927 

438 
292 
571 
458 
106 
62 

2,155 
2,148 

7 



2,992 

563 

541 

22 

1,366 

417 

735 

38 

82 

94 

1,063 

1,445 

1,327 

303 
604 
420 

118 

8,086 

1,982 

75 

1,907 

1,939 
11 

2 

3 

6 
1,928 

438 
292 
572 
453 
106 
62 

2,172 

2,163 

9 



Persons Males Females 

6 7 8 

16,351 8,267 8,084 

3,234 1,595 1,639 

3,108 1,536 1,572 

126 59 67 

8,037 4,037 4,000 

2,489 1,259 1,230 

4,297 2,159 2,138 

185 88 97 

503 246 257 

563 285 278 

5,080 2,635 2,445 

7,498 3,801 3,697 

6,918 3,509 3,409 

1,429 748 681 

3,221 1,611 1,610 

2,268 1,150 1,118 

580 292 288 

45,817 22,943 22,874 

11,408 5,739 5,669 

417 211 206 

10,991 5,528 5,463 

11,399 5,660 5,739 

90 40 50 

21 10 n 

24 12 12 

45 18 27 

11,309 5,620 5,689 

2,538 1.263 1,275 

1,740 859 881 

3,346 1,715 1,631 

2,565 1,262 1,303 

730 336 394 

390 185 205 

11,898 6,004 5,894 

11,860 5,984 5,876 

38 20 18 

38 20 18 



Scheduled 
Castes 
- «- 



Scheduled 
Tribes 



M 
9 

316 

28 

26 

2 

233 

80 
122 

18 
13 
55 

148 

139 

33 
57 

49 



8 

374 

416 
5 



1 

4 
411 

62 

91 

100 

132 

26 



339 

338 

1 

1 



F 
10 



M 

11 



F 
12 



32i 2,250 2,107 

35 12 17 

12 
82 



32 

3 

232 



17 
79 



76 
123 



25 

5 

49 



30 
4 

48 
18 
15 
54 2,156 2,011 



192 

182 

49 
83 

50 



207 
6 



213 
6 



10 201 207 



1,319 1,320 
332 358 



• 4 

354 

418 
6 



6 
412 

52 
91 
94 
156 
19 



6 

6 



332 
332 



1,981 


1,993 


11,112 


5,540 


5,572 


182 


212 


11 


11 


4,490 


4,272 


1,981 


1,993 


11,112 


5,540 


5,572 


182 


212 


11 


11 


4,490 


4,272 


394 
43 
319 


400 
43 
32^ 


2,204 

276 

1,801 


1.118 
149 
898 


1.086 
127 
903 


27 
65 


35 
76 


- 




916 ■ 

110 

732 


841 
103 
709 


441 
238 
546 


441 
240 
547 


2,447 
1,311 
3,073 


1,222 

645 

1,508 


1,225 

666 

1,565 


44 
23 
23 


48 
26 
27 


3 
8 


1 
10 


969 

530 

1,233 


920 

523 

l,17d 



Literate! 

M 
13 



6,097 

1,323 

1,278 

45 

3,131 

929 

1,720 

73 

185 

224 

l.r,i3 

2,740 

2,623 

.=•.54 
1 .223 

!i46 

117 



4 4,494 
w 32 

10 

7 

15 
4 4,462 

4 1,030 
668 
1,335 
998 
273 
158 



1 5,025 

1 5,011 

14 

- 14 



F 

14 



5,493 

1,265 

1,216 

49 

2,886 

790 

1,660 

68 

147 

221 

1,342 

2,431 

2,360 

482 

1,116 

762 

71 



27 18 18,622 17,494 

5 2 4,613 4,394 

177 159 

5 2 4,436 4,235 



4,213 

40 

9 
8 

23 
4,173 

952 
642 
1,131 
951 
337 
160 

4,615 

4,603 

12 

12 



84 



4 — concld. 

PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT— co/j<:W. 

Main workers 



Total 




Cultivators 


— _n_ — . — — . -^^ — ^ 

Household industry 
(manufacturing, 
Agricultural processing, servicing 
labourers and repairs) Other workers 


Marginal 
workers 


Non-H 


•orkers 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M 


F 


M - 


F 


M 


F 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


4,032 


762 


1,905 


83 


959 


459 


49 


1 


1,139 


217 


209 


105 


4,006 


7,217 


813 


160 


379 


4 


174 


95 


19 


• • 


241 


61 


8 


6 


774 


1,473 


787 

26 

1,838 


155 

5 

438 


363 

16 

498 


4 
16 


169 

5 

312 


90 

5 

283 


19 
19 


i 


236 

5 

829 


61 
138 


8 
195 


6 
91 


741 

33 

1,984 


1,411 

62 

3,471 


473 

1,120 

48 

77 

140 

1,381 


113 

266 

2 

8 

49 

164 


123 

308 

25 

1 

41 

1,028 


9 
7 

65 


HI 

318 

3 

26 

54 

273 


37 

174 

1 

4 

47 

81 


4 
13 

"2 

ii 


1 


235 
481 
20 
48 
45 
69 


46 
85 

1 
4 
2 
18 


118 
55 

22 

6 


46 

27 

2 

16 

"z 


6b8 
984 
40 
147 
145 
1,248 


1,071 

1,845 

93 

233 

229 

2,273 


1,772 


474 


671 


45 


650 


310 


22 


4 


429 


115 


137 


231 


1,892 


2.992 


1,623 


416 


638 


42 


372 


290 


22 


4 


391 


80 


136 


226 


1,750 


2,767 


365 
720 
538 


9fe 
179 
138 


13G 
269 
233 


21 
11 
10 


145 
227 
200 


66 
114 
110 


I 

17 

4 


1 
3 


83 
207 
101 


11 
51 
18 


19 
67 
50 


59 

105 

62 


364 
824 
562 


523 

1,326 

918 



SI. 
No. 



11 



12 



149 



33 



78 



20 



38 



35 



142 



225 



10,563 


2,350 


3,905 


134 


2,526 


1,171 


125 


34 


4,007 


1,011 


659 


897 


11,721 


19,627 


2,587 


647 


913 


34 


773 


353 


21 


7 


880 


253 


111 


155 


3,011 


4,867 


102 


27 


38 


3 


29 


12 






35 


12 


6 


3 


103 


176 


2,483 


620 


875 


31 


744 


341 


21 


7 


845 


241 


105 


152 


2,938 


4,691 


2,603 


586 


847 


20 


590 


302 


37 


14 


1,129 


250 


189 


281 


2,868 


4.872 


22 


6 


12 


1 


6 


4 


.. 


• • 


4 


1 


2 


6 


16 


38 


4 
9 


'3 


3 

6 


i 


i 


'2 


, , 


•• 


1 
2 


•• 


"2 


'5 


6 

1 


11 

4 


9 
2,381 


3 
580 


3 
835 


i9 


5 

584 


2 
298 


37 


14 


1 
1,125 


1 
249 


187 


1 
275 


9 
2,852 


23 
4334 


625 
381 
774 
574 
145 
82 


142 
71 
109 
155 
81 
22 


227 
133 
267 
132 
55 
21 


2 
10 

2 
5 


125 

69 

211 

155 

21 

3 


99 
29 
69 
81 
16 
4 


15 

1 

8 

11 

1 
1 


2 

ii 


258 
178 
288 
276 
68 
57 


39 
32 
38 
58 
65 
17 


41 
56 
35 
55 


31 
76 
82 

72 

14 


597 

492 
906 
633 
191 
103 


1,102 

734 

1,440 

1,076 

299 

183 


2,699 

2,689 

10 


669 

667 

2 


895 

893 

2 


51 
30 

1 


477 

472 

5 


257 
257 


37 

37 


9 
9 


1290 

1,287 

3 


352 
351 

1 


274 
274 


387 

1 


3,031 

3,021 

10 


4,837 

4,822 

15 



10 



10 



15 



2,674 


448 


1,250 


29 


686 


259 


30 


4 


708 


156 


85 


73 


2,781 


5,051 


2,674 


448 


1,250 


29 


686 


259 


30 


4 


708 


156 


85 


73 


2,781 


5,051 


573 

58 

450 


108 

11 

103 


255 

36 

206 


8 

1 
7 


130 
10 

lis 


53 

7 

62 


14 
6 


... 


174 

12 

125 


47 

3 

34 


1 

i 


"e 


544 

91 

447 


978 
116 
7£4 


582 
322 
689 


59 

39 
128 


251 
156 
346 


3 
5 
5 


153 

85 

195 


29 
18 
90 


5 
'5 


3 

'i 


173 

81 

143 


24 
16 
32 


23 
60 


18 
49 


617 
323 
759 


1,148 

627 

1,388 



106/509—28 



85 



TABLE 
DISTRICT PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 





District/Taluk/Town 


Total 
Rural 

Urban 


No. ol 
house- 
holds 
with 
S.T 
member 


Total population 


Literates 
















SI. 
No 




Total main 
workers 


Cultivators 


5 /— — ■ ' 

Persons 


Males 


Females 


i P 


M 


F P 


M 


F 


1 
P 


M 


^ 

F 


1 


1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 




IDUKKI 


T 


27,073 


1,33,177 


66,897 


66.280 


64,942 38,640 26,302 


57,064 


31,289 


25,775 


1,600 


1,285 


315 




DISTRICT 


R 


26,555 


1,30,690 


65,654 


65,036 


63,421 


37,823 25,598 


56,188 


30,703 


25,485 


1,575 


1.267 


308 






U 


518 


2,487 


1,243 


1.244 


1,521 


8)7 


704 


876 


586 


290 


25 


18 


7 


1. 


Devicolam Taluk 


T 


9,940 


50,537 


25,430 


25,107 


23,466 


14,510 


8,956 


22,830 


12,095 


10,735 


477 


322 


155 






R 

u 


9,940 


.■)C',537 


25,430 


25,107 


23,466 


14,510 


8,956 


22,830 


12,095 


10,735 


477 


322 


155 


2. 


Udumhanchola Taluk 


T 


4,710 


22,837 


11.588 


11,249 


10,705 


6,280 


4,425 


9.515 


5,615 


3,900 


562 


494 


68 






R 


4.681 


22.1)88 


11.517 


11,171 


10,620 


6,234 


4.386 


9,462 


5,585 


3,877 


558 


491 


67 






U 


29 


149 


71 


78 


85 


46 


39 


■ 53 


30 


23 


4 


3 


1 




Idiikki Township 
(Portion) 


U 


29 


149 


71 


78 


85 


46 


39 


53 


30 


23 


4 


3 


\ 


3. 


Thodupuzha Taluk 


T 


2,758 


13.922 


7.017 


6.905 


8.912 


4.749 


4,163 


4,885 


3,262 


1.623 


246 


205 


41 






R 


2,269 


11,584 


5,845 


5,739 


7.476 


3,978 


3,498 


4,062 


2,706 


1,356 


225 


190 


35 






U 


489 


2,338 


1,172 


1,166 


1.436 


771 


665 


823 


556 


267 


21 


15 


6 




Idukki Township 

(Portion) 
Thodupuzha M) 


U 
U 


149 
340 


650 
1,688 


343 
829 


307 
859 


370 
1,066 


213 
558 


157 
508 


225 
598 


159 
397 


66 
201 


13 
8 


11 


2 
4 


4. 


Peermade Taluk 


T 


9,665 


45,881 


22,862 


23,019 


21,859 13,101 


8,758 


19,834 


10,317 


9,517 


315 


264 


51 




• 


R 
U 


9,66j 


4.-). 881 


22,862 


23,019 


21,859 


13,101 


8,758 


19,834 


10,317 


9,517 


315 


V^\ 


51 



TABLE 
DISTRICT PRIMARY CENSUS ABSTRACT 



SI. District/Taluk/ 
No. Town 
1 2 


No. t 
hotise 
hold! 
with 
Total S.T. 
Rural mem- 
Urban beis 
3 4 


tf 

I 

Total Scheduled Tribe 
population 


Literates 


Total main workers 

A 


» 

Cultivators 


Persoi 
5 


IS Males 
6 


Females 
7 


P 

8 


M 

9 


F 
10 


P 

11 


M 

12 


F 

13 


t 
P 

14 


' M 
15 


F 
16 


IDUKKI 
DISTRICT 


T 

R 
U 


8,096 

8,001 
95 


38,712 

38,263 
449 


19,733 

19,520 
213 


18,979 

18,743 
236 


16,783 

16,615 
168 


9,319 

9,237 
82 


7,464 

7,378 
86 


14,961 

14,776 
185 


10,299 

10,189 
110 


4,662 

4,587 
75 


6,991 

6,957 
34 


5,508 1,483 

5,481 1,476 

27 7 


1. Devicolam Taluk 


T 

R 

u 


2,466 

2,466 


11,554 

11,554 


5,926 

5,926 


5,628 

5,628 


1,420 

1,420 


1,004 

1,004 


416 

416 


5,334 

5,334 


3,244 

3,244 


2,090 

2,090 


2,173 

2,173 


1,464 

1,404 


709 

709 


2. Udumbanchola 
Taluk 


T 

R 
U 
U 


1,050 

1,050 


5,411 

5,411 


2,763 

2,763 


2,648 

2,648 


1,946 
1,946 


1,126 

1,126 


820 

820 


2,260 

2,260 


1,434 

1,434 


826 

826 


576 
576 


457 

457 


119 

119 


Idukki Township 
(Portion) 






•• 


•■ 






•• 




•• 




- 


•• 




3. Thodupuzha Taluk T 
R 
U 


3,960 

3,865 
95 


18,749 

18,300 
449 


9,517 

9,304 
213 


9,232 

8,996 
236 


11,777 

11,609 
168 


6,262 

6,180 
82 


5,515 

5,429 
86 


6,365 

6,180 
185 


4,869 

4,759 
HO 


1,496 

1,421 
75 


3,841 

3,807 
34 


3,240 

3,213 

27 


601 

594 

7 


Idukki Township 
(Portion) 

Thodupuzha (M) 


U 
U 


80 
15 


338 

111 


164 
49 


174 

62 


91 
77 


51 
31 


40 
46 


165 
20 


94 
16 


71 
4 


34 


27 


7 


4. Peermade Taluk 


T 

R 

U 


620 

620 


2,998 
2,998 


i,527 

1,527 


1,471 

1,471 


1,640 

1,640 


927 

927 


713 

713 


1,002 

1,002 


752 
752 


250 

250 


401 

401 


347 

347 


54 

54 



86 



(5 
FOR SCHEDULED CASTES 





Main workers 














Marginal worken 

* 

P M F 


Non-workerj 

A 




Agricultural labourer! 

m ^ 


Household indiutry 

manufacturing, 
processing servicing 
and repairs 
^ A 


Other workers 


SI. 
So. 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


p 


M 


T 

F 


"^ 1 

P 


M 


F 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


I 


11,455 


7,148 


4,307 


349 


215 


134 


43,660 


22,641 


21,019 


4,809 


2,460 


2,349 


71,304 


33,148 


38,156 




11,122 


6,950 


4,172 


310 


193 


117 


43,181 


22,293 


20,888 


4,765 


2,438 


2,327 


69,737 


32,513 


37,224 




333 


198 


135 


39 


22 


17 


479 


348 


131 


44 


22 


22 


1,567 


635 


932 




3,092 


1,792 


1,300 


157 


93 


64 


19,104 


9,888 


9,216 


1,504 


829 


675 


26,203 


12,506 


13,697 


1 


3,092 


1J92 


1,300 


157 


93 


64 


19,104 


9,888 


9,216 


1,504 


829 


675 


26,203 


12,506 


13.697 




•3,579 


2,253 


1,326 


55 


34 


21 


5,319 


2,834 


2,485 


896 


421 


475 


12,426 


5,552 


6,874 


2 


3,541 


2,234 


1,307 


55 


34 


21 


5,308 


2 826 


2,482 


896 


421 


475 


12,330 


5,511 


6,819 




38 


19 


19 








11 


8 


3 


•M 




^ 


96 


41 


55 




38 


19 


19 


•• 


•• 


•• 


11 


3 


3 


■• 


•• 


•• 


96 


41 


"55 




2,915 


1,834 


1,081 


95 


52 


43 


1,629 


1,171 


458 


571 


220 


351 


8,466 


3,535 


4,931 


3 


2,620 


K655 


965 


56 


30 


26 


1,161 


831 


330 


527 


198 


329 


6,995 


2,941 


4,054 




295 


179 


116 


39 


22 


17 


468 


340 


128 


44 


22 


22 


1,471 


594 


877 




82 


54 


28 


36 


21 


15 


94 


73 


21 


19 


U 


8 


406 


173 


233 




213 


125 


88 


3 


1 


2 


374 


267 


107 


25 


11 


14 


1 ,065 


421 


644 




1,869 


1,269 


600 


42 


36 


6 


17,608 


8,748 


8,860 


1,838 


990 


848 


24,209 


11,555 


12,654 


4 


1,869 


1,269 


600 


42 


36 


6 


17.608 


8,748 


8,860 


1,838 


990 


843 


24,209 


11,555 


12,654 





FOR SCHEDULED TRIBES 



Main workers 




























































Household industry- 
manufacturing, 




















Agricultural labourers 


processing, servicing 
and repairs 


Other workers 


Marginal workers 

, >■ , 

P M F 




Non-workers 

JL CI 


P M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


P 


M 


F 


p 


M 


F No. 


17 18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 1 


6,104 3,565 


2,539 


24 


16 


8 


1,842 


1,210 


632 


1,117 


347 


770 


22,634 


9,087 


13,547 


6,005 3,517 


2,488 


24 


16 


8 


1,790 


1,175 


615 


1,113 


346 


767 


22,374 


8,985 


13,389 


99 48 


51 








52 


35 


17 


4 


1 


3 


260 


102 


158 


2,783 1,520 


1,263 


11 


8 


3 


367 


252 


115 


424 


125 


299 


5,796 


2,557 


3,239 1 


2,783 1,520 


1.263 


11 


8 


3 


367 


252 


115 


424 


125 


299 


5,796 


2,557 


3,239 


1,213 696 


517 


3 


2 




468 


279 


189 


125 


42 


83 


3,026 


1,287 


1.739 


1,213 696 


517 


3 


2 




468 


279 


189 


125 


42 


83 


3,026 


1,287 


1,739 

2 


1,898 1,192 


• • 

706 


3 


2 




623 


435 


188 


388 


101 


287 


11,996 


4,547 


7.449 3 


1,799 1,144 


655 


3 


2 




571 


400 


171 


384 


100 


284 


11,736 


4,445 


7,291 


99 48 


51 




. . 




52 


35 


17 


4 


1 


3 


260 


102 


158 


99 48 


51 


•• 


• ■ 


•• 


32 


19 


13 


4 


1 


3 


169 


69 


100 


^ ^ 


• • 


. . 


.. 




20 


16 


4 








91 


33 


58 


210 157 


53 


7 


4 


3 


?84 


244 


140 


180 


79 


101 


1816 


696 


1,120 4 


210 157 


53 


7 


4 


3 


384 


244 


140 


180 


79 


101 


1816 


696 


1,120 



87 



ALPHAB^nCAL INDEX OF VILLAGES AND DESOMS/KARAS IN IDUIOU DISTRICT 

Name of villages are given in block capitals. 







Page Number 

, » ^ 

Part-A Part-B 






Page 
Part-A 


Numker 




Part-B 






VilUgel 


miagei 






Village! 


Vittagel 






Town 


Town 






Town 


Tmm 


tillage I DesomfKara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


Village I Desotnl Kara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4). 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4^ 


imali 


1-4 




56 


CHINNAKANAL 


3 


30 


58 


cjarmala 


13-8 




64 


Chinnakanal 


3-2 




58 


ajjidanthan 
■*flcode 


5-6 

5-2 




58 
62 


Chithirapurani 
Chittoor 


3-5 

1-2 






56 
60 


eJKKODE 

"kode 
ikara 


10 


34 


62 


C;hittuvara 


4-23 






56 


lO-'I 




62 


Chokkanad 


4-32 






56 


10-^4 




60 


Chooralloor 


7-5 






62 . 


j;yiVar-gal 


4-2 




58 


Chottupara 


4-9 






56 


■'hiri 


10-4 




62 


Chottupara 


5-6 






66 


,n«kkalmanchumala 


4-6 




66 


Chuiakkulam 


6^2 






56 


ARKULAM 


14 


34 


64 


Churathoor 


9-1 






62 


ikfcuiam North 


14-2 




64 


Chui-uli 


15-5 






64 


akkulam South 


14-7 




64 


Cumbammettu 


9-3 






60 


kkuzha 


1-1 




60 


Devicoiam Estate 


4-27 






56 


lifckudy 


5-2 




66 


Devicolam Town 


4-33 






56 


Livikkad 


4-20 




56 


Dhandukombu 


7-2 






58 


upara 


6-1 




58 


Edadu 


14-11 






64 


yakad 


14-4 




64 


Edamaruku 


11-4 






62 


'YAPPANCOIL 


11 


30 


60 


Edappilly 


9-3 






62 


liutha 


4-1 




66 


Edavetty 


5-3 






62 


nami 


2-1 




66 


Elamdesom 
Elamdesom 


10-2 
12-1 






62 
64 


iAKKUPALLAM 


12 


30 


60 


Elappally 


14-10 






64 


lakkupallam 


12-1 




60 










lanbakappara 


7-5 




58 


ELAPPARA 


2 


34 


6e 


lantharuvi 


5-3 




58 


Elappara 


2-A 




6e 


tlATHURANGA- 








Ellumpram 


9-7 




62 


PPARA 


5 


30 


58 


Ei attayar 


7-7 




58 


liathurangappara 


6-4 




58 


Ezhalloov 


2-3 




6a 


lattamiuinar 


4-7 




56 


Ezhiikknu Vayal 


7-6 




58 


leenthalar 


1-6 




64 


Ezhumuttom 


S-1 




62 


helachuvadu 


15'^ 




64 


Fairfield 


2-6 




66 


henduvara 


4-22 




56 


Glenmary 


2-8 




66 


hcnkara 


5-1 




66 


Goodanpara 


4-8 




5a 


hilanthiyai 


a-1 




58 


Goodarvila 


4-26 




56 


hilavoor 


7-2 




62 


Grahams Land 


4-28 




56- 


hilavii 


4-6 




6? 


Gundamala 


4-8 






56. 



106/509-29 



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Page A'umber 






Page 


Number 

A. 




Part A 


Pari B 


Part-A 


Part-B 






Villagtj 


Villagej 


* 




Villagel 


Village 






Town 


Town 






Town 


Town 


VillagelDfsomjKara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


Village! DesomjKara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(I) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


IDUKKI (P) 


15 


34 


64 


KEEZHANTHOOR 


6 


30 


56 


Inchathotty • 


1-2 




56 


Keezhanthoor 


6-5 


, , 


56 


Ircakodc (P) 


5-5 




62 


Kcczhpiirappuzha 


7-4 


. . 


62 


Kanchinippara 


2-2 




58 


Kilavikuiam 


8-2 


, , 


60 


Kadalar 


4-2 




56 


KODIKKULAM 


3 


34 


60 


Kakkombu 


9-6 




62 


Kodikkulam East 


3-a 




60 


Kaliyar Esute 


S-6 




60 


Kodikkulam West 


3-11 


..■ 


60 


KALKOONTHAL (P) 


7 


30 


58 


Koduvcli 


»-7 


• • 


60 


Kallar 


3-2 




56 


Kolapra 


13-9 


• • 


64 


Kallar 


4-13 




56 


Kombanif^ttu 


8-4 


, , 


60 


Kaloor 


2-2 


• « 


60 


KONNATHADY 


1 


30 




Kalthotti 


11-3 


• • 


60 


Konnathady 


l-l 


.. 


58 


Kamakshy ' 


7-4 


•• 


58 


Koompanpara 


2-1 


.. 


56 


Kambala 


8-1 


•• 


60 


Koovappally 


13-5 


.. 


64 


Kanakkayani 


6-1 


• • 


56 


Kothapara 


15-10 


.. 


64 


Kanavakkuzhi 


11-2 




60 


















KOTTAKOMBOOR 


8 


30 


58 


Kanchiyar 


7-10 


•• 


58 


Kottakomboor 


8-2 




58 


Kanjikuzhi 


15-2 




64 


Kottamala 


l-I 




64 


Kanjiravely 


1-3 


•• 


56 


Koviloor 


9^1 




58 


KANNANDEVAN 








Kozhimala 


7-11 




58 


HILLS 


4 


30 


56 










Kannikkal 


14-9 


• • 


64 


Kudayathoor 
Kuda)\ithoor 


10-7 
12-5 




62 
64 


Kannimala 


4-11 




56 










A ^ w9m m^m* * »*•• 4H 








KUDAYATHOOR 


13 


34 


64 


KAINIHALLOOR 


7 


30 


58 


Kudayathoor 


13-3 


, , 


64 


Kanthalloor 


7-4 


• • 


58 


Kulamavu 


15-9 




64 


Karadikkuzhi 


4-4 




66 


















KUMARA- 


2 


34 


60 


Karadippara 


3-3 


•• 


56 


MAGALAM (?) 








Karayoov 


6-4 




56 


Kumaramangalam 


2-5 




60 


KARIKKODE (?) 


5 


34 


62 


Kumily 


5-4 




66 


KARIMANNOOR 


4 


34 


62 


Kundala 


4-21 


• • 


56 


Karimannoor 


4-5 




62 


Kuiiinji 


7-6 




62 


Karimban 


15-6 




64 


Kunthalappai-a 


11-1 




60 


KARIMKUN.NAM (?) 


8 


34 


62 


Kurichi 


10-3 




62 


Karimkimuam 


8-3 




62 


Kurumbulamattom 


3-13 




60 


Karimtharuvi 


2-2 


,. 


66 


Kiirumpalamattom 


4-1 


•• 


62 


Karippalangad 


14-3 


, , 


64 


Kuttampuzha 


1-1 


'. 


56 


Karshaka Colony 


3-4 


.. 


60 


Lakshmi 


4-14 


• • 


56 


Karuvakkulam 


10-3 




60 


Landruni 


2-9 




66 


Kattoothy 


5-1 


, , 


58 


Mailacombu 


2-6 


• • 


60 


Keerikdode (?) 


5-6 




62 


Mali 


10-2 


•• 


60 


Kccrithodu 


15-3 




64 


MANAKKAD (?) 


1 


34 


60 


Keettila 


12-4 


. . 


64 


Manakkad (?) 


1-3 




60 


Kccttila 


13-4 


• • 


64 


Maniyarankudi 


15-8 


• • 


64 


Keettila 


14-1 


^ , 


' 64 


Mankulam 


, 4-1 




56 



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Page 
Part-A 


numbir 

-A ^ 

Part-B 






Page 

A 


number 




Part~A 


Part-B 






Vniagej 


Villagel 






Villagel 


Villagel 






Town 


Town 






Town 


Towu 


Village IDcsmnlKara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


Village} Desonij Kara 


Code 


Directory 


P.C.A. 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


MANNAMK.WDAM 


1 


30 


56 


PAMP.\DUMP.^lRA 


9 


30 


60 


MARAYOOR 


5 


30 


56 


Pampadumpara 


9-2 




60 


Marayoor 


5-1 




56 


Pandippara 


7-3 




58 


Manapuram(P) 


7-1 






58 


Pannivaykkara 


7-1 




58 


Jvlattupctty Dam 


4-18. 






56 


Pannoor 


4-4 




62 


Mattupeity Estate 


4-17 






56 


Pannoor 


11-6 




62 


Mattuthavalam 


1-3 






64 


Panthaplavu 


13-7 




64 


Melpurappuzha 


7-3 






62 


Pappanpara 


^7 




58 


\IIamala 


4-3 






66 


Parappuzha 


3-10 




60 










PARATHODE 


8 


30 


&0 


MLAPPARA 


6 


34 


66 


Parathode 


»-3 




60 


Mlappara 


6-2 






66 










Moolamattam 


14-6 






64 


PASUPPARA 


1 


34 


64 


Moonkithozhu 


5-3 






66 


Pasuppara 


1-2 




64 


Moonnupeedika 


1-8 






60 


Pazhayarikandam 


15-1 




64 


Morkkad 


13-6 






64 


PKRRM^DE 


■ 4 




66 


Mrala 


8-2 


- 




62 


Periavara 


4-16 




56 


Mullaringad 


3-1 






60 


Periyampra 


1-5 




60 


Mvinnar Estate 


4-31 






56 


PERIYAR 


5 


34 


66 


Munnar Town 


4^-29 






56 


Periyar 


5-8 




66 


Murikkady 


5-5 






66 


Penunala 


7-6 




58 


MUTTOM 


9 


34 


62 


Pei-umattam 


9-2 




62 


Muttom 


9-4 




62 


Pcrumpillichira 


2-4 




60 


Muttukad 


3-3 






58 


Perumpuzha 


3-5 




60 


Myladurapara 


6-4 






58 


PERUVAXTIL\NAM 


3 


34 


66 


TMachivayal 


5-2 






56 


Penivanthanam North 


3-1 




. 66 


Nallathanny 


4-15 






56 


Peruvanthanam South 


3-2 




66 


TSTattukallu 


7-8 






58 


Pethotty 


4-5 




58 


Nayamakkad 


4-4 






56 


Plamala 


3-1 




56 


Nediyasala 


1-9 






60 


PongumpaJly 


6-3 




56 


Nedumattom 


3-12 






60 


Ponnamala 


7-13 




58 ^ 


Nettikudy 


4-19 






56 


Poochapra 


12-3 




64 


Neyyassery 


4-2 






62 


Pooppara 


4-1 




58 


Neyyassery 


U-l 






62 


Pothumattam 


14-5 




64 


TJjavari 


5-5 






58 


Pottankad 


2-1 




58 


Oorukadu 


9-3 






58 


Praka 


1-7 




60 


Ottalloor 


8-4 






62 


Puliyanmala 


9-1 




60 


Ottamaram 


1-5 






64 


PURAPPUZH.\ 


7 


34 


62 


Pachady 


7-12 






58 


Puthady 


4-7 




58 


Pachakkanam 


6-1 






66 


Puthode 


14-8 




64 


Pallickal 


4-3 






62 


Puthoor 


7-0 




58 


Pallikkal 


11-3 






62 


Put huppariyaram 


1-4 




60 


PALLIVASAL 


3 


30 


56 


RAJAKKAD 


2 




58 


Pallivasal 


3-4 


• • 


56 


Rajakkad 


2-3 




58 


Parabanar 


4-5 




• 


66 . 


Rajamala 


4-3 




56 



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF VILLAGES ANt) DESOMS/KARAS IN tDUKKI DISTRICT-f,.» cW. 







Page 


number 




r 


Page number 




Part-A 


Part-B 


Part-A 


Part-B 






Villagej 


Villagel 






Villagel 


Villagel 






Town 


Town 






Town 


Town 


ViitagejDesomllCaTa 


Code 


DirecloT)' 


P.C.A. 


I 'illagelDesomjKaTa 


Code 


Dirtctory 


P.C.A^ 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


Rajappara 


4-9 


• -« 


58 


UDUNffiANNOOR 


11 


34 


62 


Ranimudi 


4-2 




66 


Udiimbannooi- 


11-2 




62 


Sallyampaia 


2-2 




56 


Upputhaia 


1-4 




64 


Sankarappally 


13-1 




64 


Vaguvara 


4-6 




56 


Sankarappilly 


9-5 




62 


Vaghamon 


1-7 




64 


Sankarappilly 


10-5 




62 


Valiakandom 


7-9 




58 


SANTHANPARA 


4 


30 


58 


Vallarakkanpara 


6-3 




5& 


Sunthanpara 


4-6 




58 


Vandamattom 


3-14 




60 


Sasthanada 


12-2 




60 


VANDANME'l'l'U 


10 


30 


60 


Sevcnmala 


4-30 




36 


Vandanmettu 


10-1 


. . 


60 


Sholamala 


4-12 




56 


Vaimappurani 


3-2 


. . 


60 


Silent Valley 


4-25 




56 


Vathikudy 


1-2 


. . 


58 


Suchinithcerthamala 


7-3 




58 


VATTAVADA 


9 


30 


58 


Thaiakkulam 


4-3 




58 


Vattavada 


9-2 




58 


Thalayai\ad 


10-6 




62 


Vazhathopc (P) 


15-7 


, , 


64 


Thalayanad 


13-2 




64 


Vazhavidu 


12-3 


, , 


60 


Thalayar 


4-5 




56 


Vcllanthanam 


11-5 


, , 


62 


Thalayajiakavu 


5-2 




58 


VELLATHOOVAL 


2 


30 


56 


Thaakamala 


5-9 




66 










Thattarathatta (P) 


6-1 




62 


VELLI.\MATTAM 


12 


34 


64 


Thaitarathatta 


8-1 




62 


Velliamattam 


12-2 




64 


Thekkumbhagom (?) 


5-7 




62 


Vcloor 


2-1 




60 


Thengakkal 


2-3 




66 


V'embanad 


2-5 




66 


Thenmala 


4-10 




56 


Vcnad 


3-1 




58 


Thennathoor 


3-9 




60 


Vcngallur (P) 
Vengaloor 


2-7 
1-6 




60. 
60 


THODUPUZHA (?) 


6 


34 


62 


Vengaloor 


7-1 




62 


Thondikkuzha 


5^ 




62 


Vcnmattom 


3-3 




60 


Thondimala 
Tbudanganad 


4-4 
9-8 




58 

62 


Vimafagiri 
VValady 


7-2 
5-7 




58 
66 


UDUMBANCHOLA 


6 


30 


58 


Woodlands 


2-7 




66 


Udumbanchol a 


6-2 


. . 


58 


Yellapctty 


4-24 




56 



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