of Originating/ Terminating Bus routes : 9, Distance of the nearest Rly. Others numbered 1,002 and formed 0.46% of the population. Stn. Block 81 Renaissence Township under Belkash GP, Burdwan-I Dev. [6], Large villages (with 4,000+ population) in Burdwan I CD Block are (2011 census figures in brackets): Jagadabad (4,006), Talit (5,240), Krishnapur (6,279), Simdali (5,501), Kharjuli (4,198), Rayan (18,973), Sadhanpur (P) (8181) and Kurmun (8,478). Block 79 Talit village under Baghar-II GP, Burdwan-I Dev. It also produced pulses and oilseeds. Large tracts, beyond the prescribed limit of land ceiling, remained with the rich landlords. [6], As per 2001 census, Burdwan I block had a total population of 179,774, out of which 92,276 were males and 87,498 were females. Land in excess of land ceiling was acquired and distributed amongst the peasants. There were 109,841 (51%) males and 106,102 (49%) females. [3], Persons engaged in agriculturein Burdwan I CD Block, Although the Bargadari Act of 1950 recognized the rights of bargadars to a higher share of crops from the land that they tilled, it was not implemented fully. [20], The Bardhaman-Katwa line after conversion from narrow gauge to electrified broad gauge was opened to the public on 12 January 2018. Population below 6 years was 23,365. 78 Baghar village under Baghar-II GP, Burdwan-I Dev. Burdwan I has a population of 2,15,943 peoples. [6], As per 2001 census, Burdwan I block had a total literacy of 68.83 per cent for the 6+ age group. The expansion of Boro paddy cultivation, with higher yield rates, was the result of expansion of irrigation system and intensive cropping. Home | Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy. Scheduled tribes numbered 12,309. of persons engaged in the profession : 1300. [3], Burdwan I CD Block is part of the area where agriculture dominates the scenario but the secondary and tertiary sectors have shown an increasing trend. Commercial Land for Sale in Burdwan-i Block, Bardhaman. [3], In 2003-04 net cropped area in Burdwan, I CD Block was 18,147 hectares and the area in which more than one crop was grown was 18,102 hectares. : 98.696, Net area available for pisciculture (hect.) [27], Burdwan Institute of Management and Computer Science at Dewandighi, Mirzapur was established in 2001. Burdwan police station and Women police station Burdwan serve this block. The gender disparity (the difference between female and male literacy rates) was 12.51%. Block Sadar (North) Burdwan-I Dev. : 900, Net area under effective pisciculture (hect.) [6], Other villages in Burdwan I CD Block include (2011census figures in brackets): Bandul (1,823), Saraitikar (3,383), Belkash (1,244), Baghar (3,395) and Khetia (2,421). [3], In Bardhaman district as a whole Aman paddy constituted 64.32% of the total area under paddy cultivation, while the area under Boro and Aus paddy constituted 32.87% and 2.81% respectively. of W.B. [7] Decadal growth in West Bengal was 17.84 per cent. There are primary health centres at Baghat (with 4 beds) and Jamar, PO Korar (with 10 beds). Block Sadar (North) Burdwan-I Dev. Christians numbered 750 and formed 0.35% of the population. [24], SH 13 running from Mollarpui Maghipara (in Birbhum district) to Dankuni (in Hooghly district) crosses NH 19 at Goda. including State Govt. Burdwan I is a Tehsil / Block (CD) in the Barddhaman District of West Bengal. from the Block H.Q. [3], Kurmun block primary health centre at Kurmun (with 10 beds) is the main medical facility in Burdwan I CD block. 46 villages (61.33%) have a pucca (paved) approach road and 60 villages (80.00%) have transport communication (includes bus service, rail facility and navigable waterways). of Population to district population : 2.16: Distribution of Rural and Urban population by sex Literacy rate of Barddhaman is 76.21 percent. Sex Ratio for Barddhaman district is 945 per 1000 male. [1], Burdwan I CD Block is bounded by Bhatar and Manteswar CD Blocks on the north, Memari II and Burdwan II CD Blocks on the east, Khandaghosh CD Block on the south and Galsi II CD Block on the west. Bardhaman district had a total literacy of 70.18 per cent, male literacy being 78.63 per cent and female literacy being 60.95 per cent. Total area of Burdwan I is 248 km² including 223.39 km² rural area and 24.25 km² urban area. [3], Burdwan I CD Block has 9 originating/ terminating bus routes. All 75 villages (100%) have power supply. It had 24 family welfare subcentres. Most of the important economic activities like main administrative offices, main retail commercial hub, Bust terminal at Tinkonia, Bardhaman Railway station, Health and educational facilities are located within a radius of 1.5 Km keeping Curzon Gate at the centre. Burdwan I is a community development block that forms an administrative division in Bardhaman Sadar North subdivision of Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Published under National Data Sharing and Accessibility Policy (NDSAP). [8] Scheduled castes at 61,087 formed around one-third the population. Undertaking : -, N.G.O./Private Bodies (Nursing Homes) : -, Diphtheria Pertussis Tetanus (DPT) : 4883, State Animal Health Centre/District Vetenary Hospital : -, Additional Block Animal Health Centre : 1, Assistace to needy fisherman ('000 Rs.) of Mouzas having drinking water facilities : 80, No. [19] In 2013-14, the total area irrigated in Burdwan I CD Block was 26,510.86 hectares, out of which 26,092.21 hectares were irrigated by canal water, 161.30 hectares by river lift irrigation and 257.35 hectares by deep tube wells. As a mother-tongue, Bengali has decreased its share from 82.3% of the population of Bardhaman district in 1961 to 79.9% in 2001, Hindi has increased its share from 8.5% in 1961 to 10.9% in 2001 Santali has remained steady at around 4.9% during the period, and Urdu has increased its share from 2.4% in 1961 to 2.6% in 2001. [14], In Burdwan I CD Block in 2011, amongst the class of total workers, cultivators formed 12.91%, agricultural labourers 39.56%, household industry workers 3.66% and other workers 43.86%. Builder : Bardhaman Real Estate India. [12], In Bardhaman district the percentage of Hindu population has been declining from 84.3% in 1961 to 77.9% in 2011 and the percentage of Muslim population has increased from 15.2% in 1961 to 20.7% in 2011. 30 villages (40.00%) have agricultural credit societies. From 1977 onwards major land reforms took place in West Bengal. Baghar, a constituent panchayat of Burdwan I block, is located at 23°19′06″N 87°49′54″E / 23.3184°N 87.8316°E / 23.3184; 87.8316. [28][29], In 2014, Burdwan I CD Block had 1 block primary health centres and 2 primary health centres with total 18 beds and 4 doctors (excluding private bodies). [11], In the 2011 census Hindus numbered 152,908 and formed 70.81% of the population in Burdwan I CD Block. [30], Burdwan I CD Block is one of the areas of Bardhaman district which is affected by a moderately high level of arsenic contamination of groundwater. Population Census of Barddhaman (Burdwan) District in 2011 is 7,717,563. of Population to district population : 2.01: Distribution of Rural and Urban population by sex [18], In 2013-14, Burdwan I CD Block produced 126,390 tonnes of Aman paddy, the main winter crop, from 37,577 hectares, 30,259 tonnes of Boro paddy (spring crop) from 8,040 hectares, 23,526 tonnes of potatoes from 958 hectares and 398 tonnes of sugarcane from 5 hectares. [2], Burdwan I CD Block has an area of 250.41 km2. Area in Sq.KM : 250.41: Population : 179828: Density per Sq.KM : 718: P.C. [23], SH 7 running from Rajgram (in Birbhum district) to Midnapore (in Paschim Medinipur district) and SH 8 running from Santaldih (in Purulia district) to Majhdia (in Nadia district) cross at Mirzapur in this CD Block. There are about 80 villages in Burdwan I block, which you can browse from villages list below. Scheduled Castes numbered 65,028 (30.11%) and Scheduled Tribes numbered 12,127 (5.62%). : Hospitals : -, Other Departments of Govt. Other mother-tongues spoken in 2001 were: Odiya (0.3%), Punjabi (0.2%), Koda/Kora (0.2%), Telugu (0.1%), Bhojpuri (0.1%), Nepali (0.1%) and Kurukh/ Oraon (0.1%). The area is surrounded by the Bhagirathi on the east, the Ajay on the north-west and the Damodar on the west and south. Burdwan I CD Block had 2 technical/ professional institution with 200 students and 277 institutions for special and non-formal education with 13,420 students[3], As per the 2011 census, in Burdwan I CD block, amongst the 75 inhabited villages, 5 villages did not have schools, 35 villages had two or more primary schools, 30 villages had at least 1 primary and 1 middle school and 23 villages had at least 1 middle and 1 secondary school. Objective of Burdwan Development Authority. [3], In 2013-14, Burdwan I CD Block had offices of 12 commercial banks and 2 gramin banks.

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