How many SubDivisions are there in North 24 Parganas?

How many SubDivisions are there in North 24 Parganas?

five Sub-divisions
The district of North 24-Parganas with its administrative headquarters at Barasat comprises five Sub-divisions viz. Barasat, Barrackpore, Bongaon, Bashirhat and Bidhannagar.

How many blocks are in bongaon subdivision?

3 Community
Administrative units Bangaon subdivision has 6 police stations including 1 women PS, 3 Community development blocks, 3 panchayat samitis, 38 gram panchayats, 363 mouzas, 355 inhabited villages, 1 municipality and 7 census towns. The municipality is at Bangaon.

How many blocks are in Barrackpore subdivision?

2 community
Administrative units Barrackpore subdivision has 16 police stations, 2 community development blocks, 2 panchayat samitis, 14 gram panchayats, 64 mouzas, 53 inhabited villages, 16 municipalities, 24 census towns and 4 outgrowths. The subdivision has its headquarters at Barrackpore.

How many Muslims are in North 24 Parganas?

North 24 Parganas district with 24.22% Muslims (in 2001) has been identified as a minority concentrated district by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India.

Why is Parganas called 24?

The name is derived from the number of parganas or divisions contained in the Zamindari of Calcutta which was ceded to the East India Company by Mir Jafar in 1757.

Who is the MLA of North 24 Parganas?

MPs & MLAs

Constituency/Name Residential Address Phone No. / E-mail
Dum Dum Uttar

What is CD block in West Bengal?

A community development block covers several gram panchayats, the local administrative units at the village level. Only in the state of West Bengal are CD blocks considered the third level administrative units (equal to tehsils in North India.

What is bongaon famous for?

Bangaon is part of the Kolkata Suburban Railway system. It is the last station on the Sealdah-Bangaon section of Eastern Railway, 77 km from Sealdah Station. The Sealdah–Bangaon railway was built between 1882 and 1884.

Who is the present SDO of Barrackpore?

Sri Abhra Adhikary

Name Designation
Sri Indranil Bhattacharyya, WBCS (Exe.) Addl. District Magistrate (Dev.)
Sri Abhra Adhikary, WBCS (Exe.) Sub-Divisional Officer, Barrackpore
Sri Bhaskar Pal, WBCS (Exe.) Sub-Divisional Officer, Barasat (Sadar)
Sri Mousam Mukherjee, WBCS (Exe.) Sub-Divisional Officer, Basirhat

What is the subdivision of Baranagar?

Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School is one of the oldest and most renowned schools in Baranagar and North 24 Parganas….Baranagar.

Baranagar Baranagore
Country India
State West Bengal
Division Presidency
District North 24 Parganas

How many Muslims are in Nadia?

As per official census 2011 and population data 2021 of Nadia district, Hindu are majority in Nadia state….Nadia District Religion Census 2011.

District Nadia
Population 5,167,600
Hindu 72.15 %
Muslim 26.76 %
Christian 0.65 %

How many Muslims are in Basirhat?

In the 2011 census Muslims numbered 117,617 and formed 68.54% of the population in Basirhat I CD Block. Hindus numbered 53,261 and formed 31.24% of the population.

What is the population of Basirhat in West Bengal?

Although Basirhat city has population of 125,254; its urban / metropolitan population is 143,007 of which 72,296 are males and 70,711 are females. In education section, total literates in Basirhat city are 99,633 of which 52,044 are males while 47,589 are females.

What is the population of Basirhat CD Block?

The headquarters of Basirhat I CD block are located at Basihat. According to the 2011 census, Basirhat Urban Agglomeration had a population of 144,891, out of which 73,491 were males and 71,400 were females. Population in the age range 0–6 years was 12,578.

How many villages are there in Basirhat subdivision?

Basirhat subdivision has 11 police stations, 10 community development blocks, 10 panchayat samitis, 90 gram panchayats, 631 mouzas, 617 inhabited villages, 3 municipalities and 13 census towns. The municipalities are at Baduria, Taki and Basirhat.

What was the population of Basirhat I in 1981?

Hindus numbered 53,261 and formed 31.24% of the population. Others numbered 375 and formed 0.22% of the population. In 1981 Muslims numbered 62,735 and formed 69.88% of the population and Hindus numbered 27,032 and formed 30.42% of the population in Basirhat I CD Block.