Kansi (Part In Darbhanga) is a village placed in Bahadurpur Block of Darbhanga district in Bihar. Situated in rural part of Darbhanga district of Bihar, it is one among the 172 villages of Bahadurpur Block of Darbhanga district. According to the administration register, the village number of Kansi (Part in Darbhanga) is 227293. The village has 701 homes.
Kansi (Part In Darbhanga)'s population is 3400. Out of this, 1770 are males while the females count 1630 here. This village has 585 kids in the age group of 0-6 years. Among them 287 are boys and 298 are girls.
Literacy ratio in Kansi (Part In Darbhanga) village is 27%. 938 out of total 3400 population is literate here. Among males the literacy rate is 32% as 577 males out of total 1770 are literate while female literacy ratio is 22% as 361 out of total 1630 females are educated in this Village.
The Negative part is that illiteracy ratio of Kansi (Part In Darbhanga) village is shockingly high -- 72%. Here 2462 out of total 3400 people are illiterate. Male illiteracy ratio here is 67% as 1193 males out of total 1770 are illiterate. In females the illiteracy ratio is 77% and 1269 out of total 1630 females are illiterate in this village.
The number of employed individual of Kansi (Part In Darbhanga) village is 924 whereas 2476 are un-employed. And out of 924 working person 153 persons are completely dependent on agriculture.