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Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 11°26′0″N 75°47′0″E / 11.43333°N 75.78333°E / 11.43333; 75.78333Coordinates: 11°26′0″N 75°47′0″E / 11.43333°N 75.78333°E / 11.43333; 75.78333

Country  India
State Kerala
District Kozhikode
Population (2001)
 • Total 30,742
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 673323
Vehicle registration KL-
Nearest city Kozhikode
Lok Sabha constituency Kozhikode
Vidhan Sabha constituency Balusseri

Ulliyeri is a village in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India.[1]

Nilambur-Koyilandi SH pass through here


Ulliyeri is located at 11°26′0″N 75°47′0″E


As of 2001 India census, Ulliyeri had a population of 30742 with 14929 males and 15813 females.[1]


Ulliyeri is part of Kozhikode (Lok Sabha constituency). Ulliyeri keeps its secular face always.

Ulliyeri is part of Balusseri assembly constituency. In the first decade of Indian independence Balusseri supported the Indian National Congress party, but support since then has shifted to the Left Democratic Front. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also a growing political factor in this area. Former Kerala state minister A C Shanmukhadas got a mammoth lead from this Grama Panchayat as part of Balussery assembly constiuency, and he was elected continuously for the past 25 years as MLA.

Ulliyeri gramapanchayat is a strong LDF supporting village. Its a red support area in its political bias. Left Democratic Front has been ruling this village for years.


The nearest railway station is Quilandy (Koyilandy), 9 km away. The state highways connecting Quilandy and Nilambur (SH-34) and Puthiyangadi-Ulliyeri-Perambra-Chovva(Kannur) (SH-38) passes through Ulliyeri. Nearest airport is Karippur, Malappuram District (Calicut CCJ) 50 km away.


Palora higher secondary school is the major education institution in this village. Palora HSS is a famous school in kerala.Palora high school, Narath U P School & Ulliyeri U P School are the other schools in this panchayath. A private medical college namely Malabar Medical college, Modakkallur is also playing a key role in educational sector

Another milestone in the development of Ulliyeri in the field of education is the launching of an Engineering College atop the Palora Hill named after M.Dasan the late Communist -Marxist leader who represented Kozhikode-1 in the Kerala Legislative Assembly.The College is in the co-operative sector and caters to the needs of the young men and women in and around Ulliyeri to pursue studies in the IT field.


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