Chetpet is a panchayat town in
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Demographics Chetpet has a population of 94,387, consisting of 47,272 males and 47,115 females, with 10.83% of the population being under the age of 6 years. The town has a literacy rate of about 69%, which is 10% higher than the national average; male literacy is 77% and female literacy is 61%. From 2015 Chetpet became a Taluka under Tiruvannamalai District, Tamil Nadu. Chetpet is a Selection Grade Town Panchayat, a small town under 20,000 or 25,000 inhabitants,[contradictory] in the district of Tiruvannamalai in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Its neighboring towns are Vandavasi (east), Polur (west), Gingee (south), Tiruvannamalai (southwest) and Arani (north). More than 80% of its inhabitants are farmers, and the primary source of income is agriculture. The town's main crops are groundnut, paddy and sugarcane. Chetpet is a fast developing town, ranking with panchayats of Pazhampet and Kannanur. Animal husbandry provides subsidiary income to farmers in the region. A veterinary dispensary established in 1963 provides services to the farmers. The STD code for Chetpet is 04181. Its pincode number is 606801. Event planner Digital and Decoration
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Government Higher Secondary School Dhivya Matriculation Higher Secondary School Dhivya High School St. Dominic Savio Higher Secondary School St. Anne Higher Secondary School Danie Matriculation High School Panchayat Union Primary School Suraj Matriculation School Ansaldo Matriculation High School, Maruthuvambadi S.K International School
Dhivya College of Education Dhivya Arts and Science College Dhivya Polytechnic College Dhivya Teacher Training Institute Ansaldo College of Education, Marthuvambadi
Bharat Sevak Samaj Computer College Digitech Computer Centre
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