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Neemuch district

Neemuch district
नीमच जिला
District of Madhya Pradesh
Location of Neemuch district in Madhya Pradesh
Location of Neemuch district in Madhya Pradesh
Country India
State Madhya Pradesh
Administrative division Ujjain
Headquarters Neemuch
Tehsils Neemuch, Jiran, Jawad, Manasa
Government
 • Lok Sabha constituencies Mandsaur (shared with Mandsaur district)
 • Assembly seats 1. Manasa, 2. Neemuch and 3. Jawad
Area
 • Total 3,875 km2 (1,496 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 825,958
 • Density 210/km2 (550/sq mi)
Demographics
 • Literacy 71.81 per cent
 • Sex ratio 959
Major highways NH 79
Website Official website

Neemuch district (Hindi: नीमच जिला) is one of the 51 districts of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The town of Neemuch is the administrative headquarters of the district.

Neemuch district is part of Ujjain Division and had approximately 700,000 inhabitants as of 2001.[1] Neemuch district is bordered by Rajasthan state on the west and north, and by Mandsaur district to the east and south.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Economy 2
  • Demographics 3
  • Villages in Nimach tahsil 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

This district was created on 30 June 1998 by separating Neemuch, Manasa and Jawad tehsils of the erstwhile Mandsaur district. During the British rule, the district headquarters Neemuch was a cantonment town, known as the North India Mounted Artillery and Cavalry Headquarters (NIMACH). It was later converted into the headquarters of the Crown's Representative Police Force in 1939.

Economy

It is one of the largest producers of opium in the world. It is also very large producer of oilseeds. Ghati is famous in Bhadvamata

Demographics[2]

According to the 2011 census Neemuch District has a population of 825,958,[3] roughly equal to the nation of Qatar[4] or the US state of South Dakota.[5] This gives it a ranking of 477th in India (out of a total of 640).[3]

The district has a population density of 194 inhabitants per square kilometre (500/sq mi) .[3] Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 13.76%.[3] Neemuch has a sex ratio of 959 females for every 1000 males,[3] and a literacy rate of 71.81%.[3]

Name Status District City of Outgrowth Population
Census 1991
Population
Census 2001
Population
Census 2011
Neemuch Municipality Neemuch Neemuch 86,439 107,663 128,095
Manasa Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 19,034 22,623 26,551
Rampura Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 15,848 17,757 18,364
Jawad Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 14,228 16,687 17,129
Kukdeshwar Nagar Panchayat Neemuch ... 10,793 11,956
Jiran Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 9,321 10,523 11,518
Singoli Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 6,606 8,316 9,523
Ratangarh Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 5,811 7,004 7,994
Diken Nagar Panchayat Neemuch 6,042 7,208 7,951
Khor Census Town Neemuch ... 5,665 5,683
Kumaria Ward of Outgrowth Neemuch Neemuch ... ... 466

Villages in Nimach tahsil

Admalya, Aghoriya, Akhepur, Akli, Akya, Amawalijagir, Amawalimahal, Amba, Amlikheda, Arnyaborana, Arnyachandel, Arnyachudawat, Arnyakumar, Arnyamangir, Aspura, Badoli, Baman Bardi, Bamanya, Bamora, Bamori, Banskheda, Banskhedi, Barkheda Hada, Barkheda Sondhiya, Barkhedagujar, Barukheda, Belari, Bhadaksanawda, Bhadbhadiya, Bhadwa Nimach|Bhadwa, Bhagwanpura, Bhanwrasa, Bhatkheda, Bhimakhedi, Bhimpura, Bholyawas, Bhopatpura, Bisalwasbamanya, Bisalwaskalan, Bisalwaskhurd, Bisalwassongira, Bordiyakalan, Bordiyakhurd, Borkhedikalan, Borkhedikhurd, Borkhedipandi, Chadoli, Chainpura, Chaldu, Champi, Changera, Chauthkheda, Cheeta Kheda, Chenpura, Chhachhkhedi, Chhayan, Dalawada, Dalpatpura, Dansiya, Daru, Dasani, Dhaba, Dhamaniya, Dhamaniyajagir, Dhaneriyakalan, Dhaneriyakhurd, Dholpura, Dipukhedi, Dowad, Dudarsi, Dulakheda, Dungalawada, Ghasundi, Ghasundijagir, Girdoda, Gopalpura, Gudla, Gulabkhedi, Gwaldeviya, Gwaltalab, Hameriya, Hanmantiyapawar, Hanmantyaraoji, Hanmantyavyas, Harnawada, Harwar, Hingoriya, Jagoli, Jaisingpura, Jamuniyakalan, Jamuniyakhurd, Jawasa, Jawi, Jetpura, Jhalri, Jhanjharwada, Jiran (NP), Kacholi, Kalikothadi, Kalyakhedi, Kanakheda, Kanawati, Kanpura, Karadiyamaharaja, Kasbi, Kelukheda, Kenpuriya, Keri, Khadawada, Khatyakhedi, Kheda, Khedadaru, Khermalya, Khetakheda Doriya, Khetakhedacharan, Kishanpura, Kothadi Istmurar, Kothadimagara, Kunchdod, Lakhmi, Lanchh, Lasudihada, Lasuditanwar, Lewada, Lolpura, Mahudiya, Maliya, Malkheda, Mangrol, Manpura, Matyakhedi, Melki, Melkimewad, Mundla, Narsinghpura, Nayankhedi, Neemuch (M) Newad, Nilkanthpura, Nipaniya, Nipaniya Abad, Palsoda, Parasali, Pawadakalan, Pawadakhurd, Pawati, Peerana, Peeth, Phophaliya, Pipalyabag, Pipalyacharan, Pipalyagujar, Pipalyahada, Pipalyajagir, Pipalyamircha, Pipalyanathawat, Pipalyavyas, Piplon, Rabadiya, Raisinghpura, Rajpuriya, Rampuriya, Ranpura, Ratadiya, Rawatkheda, Rayankheda, Rewalidewali, Sagrana, Sakrani, Sakranijagir, Samarkund, Sangariyakhedi, Sarwaniyabor, Sawalpura, Sawan, Sedariya, Semali Chandrawat, Semalimewad, Semarda, Sirkheda, Sokadi, Soniyana, Surjana, Talkheda, Thadoli, Thikariya, Tinakyakhedi, Ugran, Umaheda, Vishanya

References

  1. ^ http://neemuch.nic.in/profile.htm
  2. ^ [3]. population development of the cities, towns and outgrowth wards in Neemuch.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "District Census 2011". Census2011.co.in. 2011. Retrieved 2011-09-30. 
  4. ^ US Directorate of Intelligence. "Country Comparison:Population". Retrieved 2011-10-01. Qatar 848,016 July 2011 est. 
  5. ^ "2010 Resident Population Data". U. S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 2011-09-30. South Dakota 814,180 

External links

  • Neemuch District web site
  • [4] List of places in Neemuch


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