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Khatra subdivision Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khatra_subdivision

Khatra subdivision
Subdivision
Khatra subdivision is located in West Bengal
Khatra subdivision
Khatra subdivision
Location in West Bengal, India
Khatra subdivision is located in India
Khatra subdivision
Khatra subdivision
Khatra subdivision (India)
Coordinates: 22°59′N 86°51′E / 22.98°N 86.85°E / 22.98; 86.85Coordinates: 22°59′N 86°51′E / 22.98°N 86.85°E / 22.98; 86.85
Country India
StateWest Bengal
DistrictBankura
HeadquartersKhatra
Area
 • Total2,047.49 km2 (790.54 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total1,045,591
 • Density510/km2 (1,300/sq mi)
Languages
 • OfficialBengali, Santali, English
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 codeIN-WB
Vehicle registrationWB
Websitehttp://sdokhatra.com/

Khatra subdivision is a subdivision of the Bankura district in the state of West Bengal, India.

History[edit]

Khatra subdivision was established as an additional subdivision on 27 March 1986 and as a full-fledged subdivision on 2 November 1992[1]

Geography[edit]

Khatra subdivision is geologically located in the erosional eastern part of Chota Nagpur plateau. Mashak Hill is the highest point in this subdivision. Kangsabati and Shilabati are two prominent river in this subdivision.

Subdivisions in the district[edit]

Bankura district is divided into the following administrative subdivisions:[2]

Subdivision Headquarters
Area
km2
Population
(2011)
Rural Population %
(2001)
Urban Population %
(2001)
Bankura Sadar Bankura 2596.11 1,439,148 89.27 11.43
Khatra Khatra 2407.49 1,045.591 100.00 0
Bishnupur Bishnupur 1870.75 1,111,935 91.04 8.96
Bankura district Bankura 6882.00 3,596,674 92.63 7.37

Khatra subdivision has a density of population of 434 per km2. 29.07% of the population of the district resides in this subdivision.[3]

Places in Khatra subdivision in Bankura district
CT: census town, R: rural/ urban centre, C: craft centre, T: ancient/ temple centre
Owing to space constraints in the small map, the actual locations in a larger map may vary slightly

Administrative units[edit]

Khatra subdivision has 9 police stations, 8 community development blocks, 8 panchayat samitis, 59 gram panchayats, 1,311 inhabited villages, 4 census towns. The census towns are: Khatra, Ledisol, Simlapal and Raipur Bazar. The subdivision has its headquarters at Khatra.[4][5]

Police stations[edit]

Police stations in Khatra subdivision have the following features and jurisdiction:[6]

Police Station Area covered
km2
Municipalities CD Block
Indpur 300.20 Indpur
Khatra 229.68 Khatra
Khatra Subdivision Women's All blocks in Khatra subdivision
Hirbandh 215.80 Hirbandh
Ranibandh Ranibandh
Barikul Ranibandh
Taldangra 349.7 Taldangra
Simlapal 309.27 Simlapal
Raipur 252.55 Raipur
Sarenga 235.68 Sarenga

Blocks[edit]

Community development blocks in Khatra subdivision are:[7][8]

CD Block Headquarters Area
km2
Population
(2011)
SC % ST % Literacy
Rate %
Census
Towns
Khatra Khatra 231.82 117,030 26.44 22.02 72.18 2
Indpur Indpur 302.60 156,522 40.59 9.59 67.42
Hirbandh Hirbandh 190.97 83,834 27.23 28.40 64.18
Ranibandh Ranibandh 428.51 119,089 11.45 47.07 68.53
Raipur Garh Raipur 369.92 171,377 21.86 27.66 71.33 1
Sarenga Sarenga 223.78 106,808 29.12 19.11 74.25
Simlapal Simlapal 310.15 143,038 26.38 14.88 68.44 1
Taldangra Taldangra 349.74 147,893 26.30 13.93 70.87

Gram Panchayats[edit]

The subdivision contains 59 gram panchayats under eight community development blocs:[9]

  • Khatra block: Baidyanathpur, Dhanarah, Khatra Gram–I, Supur, Dahala, Gorabari and Khatra Gram–II.
  • Indpur block: Brahmandiha, Gaurbazar, Indpur, Veduasol, Brojarajpur, Hatgram and Raghunathpur.
  • Hirbandh block: Baharamuri, Hirbandh, Moshiara, Gopalpur and Maliyan.
  • Raipur: Dhanarah, Fulkusma, Motgoda, Sonagara, Dheko, Melera, Raipur, Dundar, Mondalkuli and Shyamsundarpur.
  • Sarenga block: Bikrampur, Gargarla, Neturpur, Chiltore, Goalbari and Sarenga.
  • Ranibandh block: Ambikanagar, Haludkanali, Rajakata, Rautora, Barikul, Puddi, Ranibandh and Rudra.
  • Simlapal block: Bikrampur, Lakshmisagar, Mondalgram, Simlapal, Dubrajpur, Machatora and Parswala.
  • Taldangra block: Amdangra, Harmasra, Saltora, Bibarda, Khalgram, Satmauli, Fulmati, Panchmura and Taldangra.

Education[edit]

Bankura district had a literacy rate of 70.26% as per the provisional figures of the census of India 2011. Bankura Sadar subdivision had a literacy rate of 69.56%, Khatra subdivision 69.79% and Bishnupur subdivision 71.60%. [10]

Given in the table below (data in numbers) is a comprehensive picture of the education scenario in Bankura district for the year 2013–14. It may be noted that primary schools include junior basic schools; middle schools, high schools and higher secondary schools include madrasahs; technical schools include junior technical schools, junior government polytechnics, industrial technical institutes, industrial training centres, nursing training institutes etc.; technical and professional colleges include engineering colleges, medical colleges, para-medical institutes, management colleges, teachers training and nursing training colleges, law colleges, art colleges, music colleges etc. Special and non-formal education centres include sishu siksha kendras, madhyamik siksha kendras, centres of Rabindra mukta vidyalaya, recognised Sanskrit tols, institutions for the blind and other handicapped persons, Anganwadi centres, reformatory schools etc.[10]

Subdivision Primary
School
Middle
School
High
School
Higher Secondary
School
General
College, Univ
Technical /
Professional Instt
Non-formal
Education
Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student
Bankura Sadar 1,371 117,820 144 17,951 90 69,329 91 78,909 9 14,782 14 2,865 2,228 69,919
Khatra 1,200 86,786 113 16,805 50 28,178 112 93,919 6 13,067 6 702 1,993 51,849
Bishnupur 979 86,750 112 15,092 57 28,738 81 78,915 6 10,552 14 4,170 1,649 57,769
Bankura district 3,550 291,356 369 49,848 197 126,245 284 251,743 21 38,401 34 7,737 5,870 179,537

Educational institutions[edit]

The following institutions are located in Khatra subdivision:

Healthcare[edit]

The table below (all data in numbers) presents an overview of the medical facilities available and patients treated in the hospitals, health centres and sub-centres in 2014 in Bankura district.[19]

Subdivision Health & Family Welfare Deptt, WB Other
State
Govt
Deptts
Local
bodies
Central
Govt
Deptts /
PSUs
NGO /
Private
Nursing
Homes
Total Total
Number
of
Beds
Total
Number
of
Doctors
Indoor
Patients
Outdoor
Patients
Hospitals
Rural
Hospitals
Block
Primary
Health
Centres
Primary
Health
Centres
Bankura Sadar 2 6 2 25 3 - 2 31 71 2,628 320 147,890 2,634,248
Khatra 1 7 1 21 - - - 4 34 698 77 58,258 1,440,172
Bishnupur 1 5 1 23 - - - 11 41 698 77 68,068 1,351,349
Bankura district 4 18 4 69 3 - 2 46 146 4,152 459 274,216 5,425,769

Medical facilities[edit]

Medical facilities in Khatra subdivision are as follows:

Hospitals: (Name, location, beds) [20]

  • Khatra Subdivisional Hospital, Khatra, 100 beds

Rural Hospitals: (Name, CD block, location, beds) [21]

  • Taldangra Rural Hospital, Taldangra CD block, Taldangra, 30 beds
  • Indpur Rural Hospital, Indpur CD block, Indpur, 30 beds

Block Primary Health Centres: (Name, CD block, location, beds)[22]

  • Simla Block Primary Health Centre, Khatra CD block, Khatra, 10 beds

Primary Health Centres : (CD block-wise)(CD block, PHC location, beds)[23]

  • Khatra CD block: Bonabaid (Kankradara) (10)
  • Hirbandh CD block: Mosiara (Dharampur) (4), Molian (Shyamnagar) (10)
  • Ranibandh CD block: Jhilimili (10), Barikul (2), Halud Kanali (6), Khejuria (6)
  • Taldangra CD block: Harmasra (6), Amdanga (Sabrakon) (10), Panchmura (6), Bibarda (2)
  • Simlapal CD block: Hatibari (Bon Dubrajpur) (4), Lakshmisagar (Rasikpur) (10), Arrah (6)
  • Raipur CD block: Matgoda (6), Phulkusma (10)
  • Sarenga CD block: Dumurtor (Tikarpara) Sarenga (6), Krishnapur (Dumurtor) (10)
  • Indpur CD block: Hatgram (4), Gunnath (6), Saldiha (10)

Electoral constituencies[edit]

Lok Sabha (parliamentary) and Vidhan Sabha (state assembly) constituencies in Bankura district were as follows:[24]

Lok Sabha constituency Vidhan Sabha constituency Reservation CD Block and/or Gram panchayats
Bankura Raghunathpur SC In Purulia district
Saltora SC Saltora and Mejia CD Blocks; Banasuria, Barashal, Lachhmanpur and Latiaboni gram panchayats of Gangajalghati CD Block
Chhatna None Chhatna CD Block; Veduasol, Brahmandiha, Hatgram, Indpur and Raghunathpur GPs of Indpur CD Block
Ranibandh ST Ranibandh, Hirbandh and Khatra CD Blocks
Raipur ST Raipur and Sarenga CD Blocks
Taldangra None Bibarda, Fulmati, Harmasra, Khalgram, Panchmura and Taldangra GPs of Taldangra CD Block; Brojarajpur and Gaurbazar gram panchayats of Indpur CD Block; and Simlapal CD Block
Bankura None Bankura municipality; Bankura I CD Block; and Junbedia, Mankanali and Purandarpur GPs of Bankura II CD Block
Bishnupur (SC) Barjora None Barjora CD Block; and Bhaktabandh, Gangajalghati, Gobindadham, Kapista, Nityanandapur and Piraboni GPs of Gangajalghati CD Block
Onda None Onda CD Block; and Bikna, Kosthia, Narrah and Sanbandha GPs of Bankura II CD Block
Bishnupur Open Bishnupur municipality; Bishnupur; and Amdangra, Saltora and Satmauli GPs of Taldangra CD Block
Katulpur SC Deshrahkoyalpara, Gopinathpur, Kotulpur, Lego, Mirzapur and Sihar GPs of Kotulpur CD Block; Gelia, Jagannathpur, Kuchiakol, Maynapur,

Salda, Uttarbarh, Hetia, Routkhanda and Shyamnagar GPs of Joypur CD Block

Indas SC Indas CD Block; Balsi I, Balsi II, Biur Betur, Jamkuri and Kushdwip GPs of Patrasayer CD Block; and Laugram, Madanmohanpur GPs of Kotulpur CD Block
Sonamukhi SC Sonamukhi municipality; Sonamukhi CD Block; and Belut Rasulpur, Beersingha, Hamirpur, Narayanpur and Patrasayar GPs of Patrasayer CD Block
Khandaghosh None In Bardhaman district

References[edit]

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