Cheleri

Cheleri
village
Cheleri
Cheleri
Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 11°57′36″N 75°24′53″E / 11.9599000°N 75.414740°E / 11.9599000; 75.414740Coordinates: 11°57′36″N 75°24′53″E / 11.9599000°N 75.414740°E / 11.9599000; 75.414740

Country  India
State Kerala
District Kannur
Population (2001)
 • Total 10,105
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 670604
Nearest city Kannur
Lok Sabha constituency Kannur
Vidhan Sabha constituency Taliparamba

Cheleri is a village in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.[1]

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Cheleri had a population of 10105 with 4723 males and 5382 females.[1]

References

Details about Cheleri

Cheleri village is situated in Kolacherry panchayat. Cheleri includes Karayapa, Kayyankode, Munderikkadavu, Cheleri mukkil, Nonheri, Dalil palli, Kappanapparamba, Kayachira, Vaidyar kandi, Valavil cheleri etc. There are two U.P. schools in this village. They are Cheleri A.U.P. school and Noorul Islam Madrassa U.P. School.The first one is a govt. aided and the second one is unaided but govt. recognized. There is only one govt. school in this village. It is Cheleri Govt.Mopla L.P.School. Cheleri Mopla A.L.P. school,Noonheri A.L.P.school, Karayappa A.L.P. school& Malot A L.P.school are other schools in this village.

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