Asamannoor

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Asamannoor
village
Asamannoor is located in Kerala
Asamannoor
Asamannoor
Location in Kerala, India
Asamannoor is located in India
Asamannoor
Asamannoor
Asamannoor (India)
Coordinates: 10°06′47″N 76°33′06″E / 10.112921°N 76.5517132°E / 10.112921; 76.5517132Coordinates: 10°06′47″N 76°33′06″E / 10.112921°N 76.5517132°E / 10.112921; 76.5517132
CountryIndia
StateKerala
DistrictErnakulam
TalukKunnathunad
Elevation
30 m (100 ft)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total19,311
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
2011 census code627945

Asamannoor is a village in the Ernakulam district of Kerala, India. It is located in the Kunnathunad taluk.[1]

History[edit]

It came into existence in 1953 with six wards and seven ward members.Besides the general seat, the first ward was having a reserved seat also.Its duration was three years.The first president was K. Keshavappisharadi (two years) and then S.N. Nair. Since 1957 administrator rule is in operation.


Famous People

Sri S N Nair : Former Panchayat President and Social Reformer

Sri P N Krishnan Nair : Politician and Communist Leader. Long term President of Grama Panchayath

Sri Vaidyan S Shankaran Nair : Famous Ayurveda Bhishagwaran(doctor/ Vaidyan). Famous for treatment of jaundice.

Sri Kela Vaidyan Kolasseril : Famous for Ayurveda. He could successfully treat even Polio affected patients.

Sri Thachayath Velunni Vaidyar : Farmer and former President of Punnayam SNDP Yogam.

Sri V P Saseendran : Politician and former Prsident of Ernakulam District Co Operative Bank.

Sri MSK Nampoothiri : Well known Homoeopathy physician.

Sri Meera Musaliar : Social worker and Muslim reformer

Dr Joy Meleth Abraham : Founder of the first allopathy hospital named Samaritan Hospital at Odakkali. 




Demographics[edit]

According to the 2011 census of India, Asamannoor has 4714 households. The literacy rate of the village is 84.57%.[2]

Demographics (2011 Census)[2]
Total Male Female
Population 19311 9574 9737
Children aged below 6 years 1806 889 917
Scheduled caste 1869 905 964
Scheduled tribe 21 14 7
Literates 16332 8322 8010
Workers (all) 7568 5467 2101
Main workers (total) 6171 4738 1433
Main workers: Cultivators 660 555 105
Main workers: Agricultural labourers 884 551 333
Main workers: Household industry workers 110 81 29
Main workers: Other 4517 3551 966
Marginal workers (total) 1397 729 668
Marginal workers: Cultivators 122 75 47
Marginal workers: Agricultural labourers 396 224 172
Marginal workers: Household industry workers 55 34 21
Marginal workers: Others 824 396 428
Non-workers 11743 4107 7636

References[edit]

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