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As of 2001[update] India census, Etmadpur had a population of 19,412. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Etmadpur has an average literacy rate of 55%, lower than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 63%, and female literacy is 45%. In Etmadpur, 17% of the population is under 6 years of age.
About the town
It is a small town located on national highway 2 connecting Delhi to Kolkata. The town is believed to be named after Mirza Ghiyas Beg the I'timād-ud-Daulah, a Mughal official, father of Nur Jahan and grandfather of Mumtaz Mahal.
Some of the prominent schools are the following:
- Janta Inter College (government run)
- P.L. Public School (For Kids)
- Jain Vidhyalaya
- Mahendrabhan Vimladevi Inter College (for girls)
- other Competition Coaching Center
- KM Tyagi Classes, Barhan Tiraha
- Chandel Classes, (Satauli Baghelan Near P.L. Public School)
- Rajoriya's Rockford Academy (English and personality classess), Near puspa devi hospital
Near Etmadpur in Sawai village famous Yoga Ashram of Mahaprabhu Shri Ramlal ji Maharaj and Gurudev Chandra Mohan ji Maharaj is situated. It is named Shri Siddha Gufa Sawai and has been built in vast area. Thousands of devotees and seekers visit this holy place. Sankat Haran temple is devoted to Lord Hanuman whose huge idol had been erected in the campus. There are also four jain temples among which the biggest one, Trimurti Mandir, is situated near the highway. There is also a Devi temple known as Khairani Mata Mandir.
New ploting were made by builders and private township also established in 2015 near ACE College of Engineering & Management 7 km. Stone, NH-2, 'Opp. Budia ka Taal', Agra - Kanpur Road, Etmadpur.
Some of the villages in the vicinity of Etmadpur with their distances are as follows:
- Bhikanpur Bakarpur (2.4 km)
- Surehra (3.6 km)[Surehra was a Zamindari Estate and title of "RAO",Under which 20 Villages Area.
Surehra was Founded by Rao Sonepal Singh Solanki Ji in 1688.]
- Lakhna Mai (4.6 km)
- Nagla Kehari (5.8 km)[founded by Kehari Singh Yadav]
- Mitaoli (5.1 km)
- Nawal Pur (5.4 km)
- Dhaurra (5.5 km)
- Garhibachchi (5.9 km)
- Burj Khanjar(5.2 km)
- Daya ram garhi(3 km)
- Tarrakpur(9 km)
- Nagla Arjun (14 km)
- Burj Karher (9 km)
- Sawai(1.5 km)
- Baswala(10 km)Tyagi village
- "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including cities, villages and towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
- UP State Elections 2012