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Kishtwar District at a Glance – 2016/2017

DC Office Kishtwar in winters



HISTORY

The erstwhile Kishtwar state was usurped by maharaja Gulab Singh the dogra ruler of Jammu, in the year 1821 A.D. and downgraded it to the status of a province under a governor . in 1875 A.D. Maharaja Ranbir Singh further downgraded it to the status of a district. Ultimately in 1909 A. D. Maharaja Pratab Singh made it a Tehsil of Udhampur District .Doda District, with its headquarter at Doda city was carved out of Udhampur District in 1948 A.D. Thus the erstwhile state of Kishtwar was brought down to the status of a Tehsil of Doda district in a phased manner. Doda was then a Niabat (Sub Tehsil) of Ramban Tehsil .Bhaderwah was then a full-fledged Tehsil including the areas of present Gundoh and Thatri Tehsils. The claim of Kishtwar to be the seat of district administration was ignored .people of Kishtwar,  especially those hailing from far off places like Marwah, Warwan , Dacchan ,Chatru, and Padder, had to face great hardships and discomfort while going to and coming from district headquarter. They have to travel long distances on foot in absence of motorabe roads. Nature, too was averse to the prosperity of people of Kishtwar. It has a land locked area and thus nestles in rain shadow. Monsoons hardly cross high mountains for a shower which made this area of Kishtwar drought prone area. Irrigation facilities were non-existent. Canals constructed at various places had been abandoned before completation there by putting the state exchequer to great financial loss and with not even nominal outcome. Nobody bothered for the development of Kishtwar.

Kishtwar has played a vital role in shaping the destiny of its adjoining areas. It has bequeathed to the posterity a secular outlook hundreds of year ago. There was no other erstwhile princely state in india which had Mohd Tej Singh, Anayatullah Singh etc, a synthesis of Hindu Muslim name , as its rules. Kirat singh was first raja of Kishtwar who became a Mohammadan in about 1664 A.D. at the hands of mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Srinagar with the title of Saadatyar  Khan but he preferred to be called kirat singh instead of muslim name of khan. Mohd  Teg Singh was the last ruler who had three sons namely jai mal singh, Dilawar Singh and Zowar singh .all the Muslim rulers of Kishtwar allowed the royal prests to perform religious functions of rajas although they offered five times prayer according to muslim faith also .even Sarthal Yatra performed by the Hindu Rajas ,earlier was not stopped but encouraged the tombs of Shah Farid-ud-din and Shah Assrar-ud-din attracted devotes from both Hindu and Muslim communities. Some of the fairs and festivals were also common. Fundamentalism and communalism had no place in the society. Thus Kishtwar allowed a harmonious culture to flourish in its salubrious climate. This gave birth to a unified Kishtwari culture. The bonds of brotherhood were thus cemented. This is a peculiarity of Kishtwar.

           The erstwhile Kishtwar state was divided into nine paragon or cantons of Kishtwar proper, Nagseni, Padder, Marwah, Warwan, Dachhan, Kontwara, Saroor, Sarthal, Udil, Bunjwah consisting of 156 revenue villages. All these have now been divided into 11 (eleven) Tehsils .namely Kishtwar, Chatroo,

 Mughalmaidan, Marwah, Dachhan, Warwan, Padder(Atholi), Machail, Nagseni, Drabshalla, and Bounjwah. and 13 blocks. The erstwhile Kishtwar state was flourishing state. The king of Kishtwar had its own army and a fort or Qila on a  hillock near Kishtwar town which was manned by the garrisons of 15 to 20 soldiers.     Kishtwar approved for district status on July 06, 2006 by the state Cabinet headed by Ghulam Nabi Azad, Hon’ble Chief Minister J&K State and son of the soil, started functioning from 1st april ,2007 with Shahid Anayatullah, hailing from Bhaderwah, as its 1st Deputy Commissioner. Conferring of district status to Kishtwar had been widely hailed and lauded by the people of Kishtwar for this great historic decision which hitherto did not find favour at the hands of valley based Chief Ministers. Kishtwar district at present has an area of 7824 sq.kms excluding some forest area. it is the largest district in Jammu and kashmir division which stands at no. 3 position after Leh and Kargil districts of Ladakh division having 45110 sq kms and 14036 sq.kms at their areas respectively. The population of the district as per 2011 census is 2,30,696.

 

INTRODUCTION

 Kishtwar the land of saffron and sapphire was an independent hilly state during the medieval period. Maharaja Gulab Singh, the Dogra ruler of Jammu annexed it in 1821 AD. District Kishtwar was carved out from the erstwhile District Doda during the year 2007-08. The Kishtwar District is spread over a large area ranging from the border of Himachal Pradesh on south, Ladakh on east, Kashmir valley (District Anantnag) on north-west    & Doda on the west. The erstwhile District Doda comprised of an area of 11691 Sq. Kms. out of which earlier Sub-Division Kishtwar and  now District Kishtwar has an area of 1644 Sq.Km (as per Census 2011). The Plateau of Kishtwar is 5300 feet or 1631 meters above sea level. It lies between 75 -25” East longitude & 34 -10” North latitude. Kishtwar town is 234 kilometer from Jammu & 280 kilometers from Srinagar.


GEOLOGY

Geologically District Kishtwar is rich, but the mineral resources have not been fully explored and exploited. Sumcham area of Padder Tehsil is known for Sapphire, a precious mineral. Nagseni and Padder blocks are rich in Lead and Shilajit (Bitumen).

 

CLIMATE & RAINFALL

The rainfall is scanty, Climate is generally dry and because of this reason the District has been declared as Drought Prone Area. The temperature of the District varies from place to place. Most of the areas of Tehsil Padder & Marwah remain snow bound for five-six months of the year. In fact Block Warwan and Marwah besides some of areas of Dachhan and Padder remain cut off from the rest of the world during winter. Summer hardly witnesses any rain and precipitation often occurs during the winter season. 

 

Culture

                 The District is known not only for its rich cultural heritage and ethical values but also for its age-old traditions of secularism and the spirit of tolerance, which have been since times immemorial, binding the people together.

                 The district is having mixed culture and the people are Pahari Speaking.  Because of its connectivity with Jammu, Srinagar, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh, the people are generally speaking Kashmiri, Ladakhi, Dogri, and some Pahari languages like Kishtwari and Paddri.  The people are also credited to have unity in diversity.  For example, besides regional languages, there are about one dozen languages being spoken in different areas.  These are Kashmiri, Dogri,  Bhadarwahi, Kishtwari, Siraji, Pogli, Khashali, Gojri, Paddri and Panjabi etc.

                According to Dr. G.A. Fierson, the word “Pahari” applies to the group of languages spoken in the sub-Himalayan hills extending from Bhaderwah to the eastern parts of Nepal.

 

How to Reach Kishtwar

                District Headquarter Kishtwar is located about 235 Km. from Jammu and about 280 Km. from Srinagar.  There are two National Highways connecting the District viz.NH-1A and NH-1B.  The general approach to the whole of the District is through road transport i.e. Taxi, Deluxe Buses etc. visitors coming from other parts of the country can also utilize the Flight or Train services up to Jammu/Srinagar.  From Jammu / Srinagar, road transport services are easily available to reach District Headquarter Kishtwar and to other Tourist Spots of the District.  One can have the view of River Chenab while approaching to Kishtwar.

 

Geography

Kishtwar is bounded on the North by Kashmir and Zanskar valleys, on the South by Bhaderwah and Doda Tehsils, on the east by Himachal Pradesh and on the west by Anantnag and Ramban district. It is very mountainous district which lies between 33°.10´and33°.25´ latitude and 75°.25´ and 76°.10 longitude. It has an average elevation of 1631 meters (5300 feet).

 

Places Worth Visiting

Kishtwar district is famous for its scenic beauty. There are lots of scenic/picnic spots which attract huge number of tourists every year from different parts of the country and abroad. The place like Bimal Naag, Devigoal ,Machail Mugal maidan, Marwah Warwan Padder ,Sinthan Top etc attract thousands of tourists every year.The district has vast potential of pilgrimage tourism as being a place of annual yatras like Machail Yatra, Hud Mata Yatra Sarthal devi Yatra , Bimal Naag Yatra & Chitoo Yatra etc. Pilgrim also visit  in different shrines which are located in the town like Ziyarat of Farid-ud-din-sahib , Ziyarat of Hazrat Asrar- ud-din –sahib & Gowari Shanker Mandir. Machail Yatra is one of the famous Yatra of J&K State many pilgrimage and tourist visit this holy place.


DISTRICT KISHTWAR AT GLANCE

CHAPTER: 1 (Administrative  & Demographic Profile)

District: Kishtwar

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
(1)   AREA & ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION
a) Geographical Area Sq. Kms 2016-17 1644
b) Forest Area Sq. Kms 2016-17 3136.30
c) Total Number of Revenue Villages Nos 2016-17 156
d) Total Number of Villages (Inhabited) Nos 2016-17 155
e) Total Number of Villages(un-inhabited) Nos 2016-17 01
f) Total Number of Forest Blocks Nos 2016-17 01
g) Total Number of NES/CD Blocks Nos 2016-17 13
h) Total Number of Panchyats Nos 2016-17 134
i) Total Number of Tehsils Nos 2016-17 11
j) Total Number of Niabats Nos 2016-17 31
k) Total Number of Girdawar Halqas Nos 2016-17 42
l) Total Number of Patwar Halqas Nos 2016-17 41
m) Total Number of Office Qanoongo Nos 2016-17 11
n) Total Number of Towns Nos 2016-17 01
S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
(1)   POPULATION
a) Total Population No. Souls Census 2011 230696
b) Total Male Population No. Souls Census 2011 120165
c) Total Female Population No. Souls Census 2011 110531
d) Total Other Population No. Souls Census 2011 00
e) Total Population (Rural) No. Souls Census 2011 215831
f) Total Male Population (Rural) No. Souls Census 2011 111986
g) Total Female Population (Rural) No. Souls Census 2011 103845
h) Total Other Population (Others) {Rural} No. Souls Census 2011 00
i) Total Population (Urban) No. Souls Census 2011 14865
j) Total Male Population (Urban) No. Souls Census 2011 8179
k) Total Female Population (Urban) No. Souls Census 2011 6686
l) Total Other Population (Others){Urban} No. Souls Census 2011 00
m) Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males) Nos Census 2011 920
n) Literacy Rate Percent Census 2011 56.20

 

Tehsil-Wise Population Statistics

S.No. Name of the Tehsil Households Population Male Female
1 Kishtwar, 14661 78005 41124 36881
2 Chatroo, 3956 18260 9419 8841
3 Mughal Maidan 5773 25827 13396 12431
4 Marwah 3087 14269 7325 6944
5 Dachhan 2427 12765 6528 6237
6 Warwan 1592 8538 4511 4027
7 Padder (Atholi) 3900 19734 10341 9393
8 Machail 359 1814 936 878
9 Nagseni 1874 10670 5512 5158
10 Drabshalla 4782 24915 12868 12047
11 Bounjwah 2798 15899 8205 7694
Total 45209 230696 120165 110531




Constituency-Wise Population Statistics

S.

No

Name of the constituency House

holds

Population Male Female SC (Total) SC

(M)

SC

(F)

ST (Total) ST

(M)

ST

(F)

1  

 

Kishtwar

24205 126740 66426 60314 8289 4240 4049 10191 5186 5005
2 Inderwal 21004 103956 53739 50217 6018 3082 2936 27958 14703 13255
 Total 45209 230696 120165 110531 14307 7322 6985 38149 19889 18260

 

Block-Wise Population Statistics

S.No. Name of the Block Households Population Male Female
1 Drabshala  

4782

 

24915

 

12868

     12047
2 Chatroo  

3956

 

18260

 

9419

 

8841

3 Dachhan 2427 12765     6528         6237
4 Kishtwar 6570 34742     18347      16395
5 Marwah 3087 14269    7325       6944
6 Nagseni 1874 10670    5512       5158
7 Padder 4259 21548   11277     10271
8 Warwan 1592 8538    4511      4027
9 Mughalmaidan 5773 25827   13396    12431
10 Palmar 1568 8241   4150      4091
11 Bounjwah 2798 15899   8205      7694
12 Trigam 1357 7355   3840      3515
13 Thakrai 2456 12802 6608         6194
Total population (rural) 42499 215831 111986 103845
Total population (urban) 2710 14865 8179 6686
Total 45209 230696 120165 110531

 

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
(6) RELIGION WISE POPULATION  
a) Hindus No. Souls Census 2011 NA
b) Muslims No. Souls Census 2011 NA
c) Sikhs No. Souls Census 2011 NA
d) Buddhists No. Souls Census 2011 NA
e) Christians No. Souls Census 2011 NA
f) Jains No. Souls Census 2011 NA
g) Others No. Souls Census 2011 NA
h) Religion not Stated No. Souls Census 2011 NA
(7)  Decadal Growth Rate of District Kishtwar (2001 – 2011) +20.88%
(8) Density of Population as per census 2011 140
(9) Total Number of House Holds as per Census 2011 45209
No. of House Holds in Rural Area 42499
No. of House Holds in Urban Area 2710
(10). WORKING FORCE  
a) Agricultural Labouers Nos Census 2011 16296
b) Cultivators Nos Census 2011 39271
c) Household Industry Nos Census 2011 1186
d) Other workers Nos Census 2011 169249
e) Non-workers Nos Census 2011 147722

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
1. Agriculture  Department:  
a) Reporting Area Hects 2016-17 109756
b) Area under Forests Hects 2016-17 58894
c) Land put to non- agriculture uses Hects 2016-17 6181
d) Barren & Uncultivable Land Hects 2016-17 12842
e) Permanent pastures & other grazing land Hects 2016-17 3818
f) Land under social forestry & Misc Tree crops not included in area sown Hects 2016-17 6605
g) Cultivable Waste Land Hects 2016-17 4919
h) Fallow Land other than current Fallows Hects 2016-17 143
i) Current Fallow Hects 2016-17 315
j) Total Area under Food & Non- Food crops Hects 2016-17 39931
k) Total Area under High yielding variety seeds Hects 2016-17 26.742
l) Total  HYV Seeds Distributed Tonnes 2016-17 18432
m) Chemical Fertilizers Off Take
i)                    Nitrogen (N) Quintals 2016-17 0.00875
ii)                  Phosphorous (P) Quintals 2016-17 0.0013892
iii)                Potassium (K) Quintals 2016-17 0.0003906
iv)                NPK Quintals 2016-17 0.0105298
n) Vegetable Development
i)                    Area Covered under HYV seeds Hects 2016-17 18432
ii)                  Improved Seed distributed Tonnes 2016-17 26.742

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
2.Horticulture  Department:  
a) Area under Fresh Fruit Crops. Hect 2016-17 4227
b) Area under Dry Fruits Crops Hects 2016-17 4662
c) Total  Fungicides/ Pesticides issued Kgs 2016-17 290
d) Total Fungicides/pesticides issued Ltrs 2016-17 165.50
e) Number of Nurseries(Govt. +  Pvt) Nos 2016-17 3
f) Number of Plants Available Lacs Nos 2016-17 18700
g) No. of fruit Plants Distributed Lacs No 2016-17 11708
h) Number of tools/implements distributed Nos 2016-17 577
i) Total Fresh fruits produced M.Tones 2016-17 6505
j) Total Dry Fruits produced M.Tones 2016-17 18077
k) No. of beneficiaries to whom Tools & Equipment Issued Nos 2016-17 577
l) Total Subsidy involved Lacs Rs. 2016-17 2.147

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
3.Education  Department:  
a) Literacy Rate
Persons %age Census-2011 56.20
Male %age Census-2011 68.90
Female %age Census-2011 42.40
b) Educational Institutions (Govt.+ Pvt)
i)                    Primary Schools Nos 2016-17 563
ii)                  Middle Schools Nos 2016-17 325
iii)                High Schools/Hr Sec Schools Nos 2016-17 84
iv)                Govt. Degree Colleges Nos 2016-17 3
v)                   Private Colleges Nos 2016-17 1
c) Enrollment of students in the Institutions
i)                    Primary Schools Nos 2016-17 28000
ii)                  Middle Schools Nos 2016-17 20000
iii)                High Schools/Hr Sec Schools Nos 2016-17 11000
iv)                Govt Degree Colleges Nos 2016-17 1229
v)                   Private Colleges Nos 2016-17 NA
d) Existing Strength of the Teaching Staff
i)                    Male Nos 2016-17 3225
ii)                  Female Nos 2016-17 1246

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
4.Technical Education  Department  (ITI)
Trade Wise Number of Trainees who completed their training during the year under report
a) Stenography Nos 2016-17 19
b) Cutting & Sewing Nos 2016-17 20
c) Carpentry Nos 2016-17 08
d) Plumber Nos 2016-17 19
e) Fashion Technology Nos 2016-17 06
g) Interior Decorator & Designing Nos 2016-17 06
h) Welder Nos 2016-17 04
i) Draftsman Civil Nos 2016-17 20
j) Electrician Nos 2016-17 18
K) Mechanic Motor Vehicle Nos 2016-17 15
L) IT& ESM Nos 2016-17 11
m) Fitter Nos 2016-17 12
n) COPA Nos 2016-17 19
o) Health & Sanitary Inspector Nos 2016-17 19
P) Mechanic computer hardware Nos 2016-17 9
q) Software Application Nos 2016-17 16

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
5.Health & Family Welfare  Department:
a) Number of Health Institutions
i) District Hospital Nos 2016-17 1
ii) Sub District Hospital Nos 2016-17 1
iii) Primary Health Centers Nos 2016-17 8
iv) Allopathic Dispensary Nos 2016-17 9
v) Subsidiary Health Centers Nos 2016-17 1
vi) Sub Centers Nos 2016-17 76
vii) Medical Aid Centers & Mobile Centers Nos 2016-17 22
viii) Ayurvedic/Unani Dispensaries Nos 2016-17 15/6
ix) L.C.U. Nos 2016-17
x) T.B. Centers Nos 2016-17 1
xi) Post Partum Centre Nos 2016-17 1
xii) Leprosy SET Unit Nos 2016-17
xiii) Mobile Unit Nos 2016-17
xiv) Emergency/ Accidental Hospital Nos 2016-17
xv) Family Planning Centers Nos 2016-17

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
5.Health & Family Welfare  Department (Contd)
b) Number of Medical personals as on 31.03.2014
i)                    Doctors Nos 2016-17 120
ii)                  Sister/Nurses Nos 2016-17 23
iii)                Pharmacist Health /ISM Nos 2016-17 83/19
iv)                Sanitary Inspector Nos 2016-17 2
v)                  Health Inspector Nos 2016-17 2
vi)                Health Educator Nos 2016-17 6
vii)              Basic Health Worker Nos 2016-17 10
viii)       Lady health Visitor Nos 2016-17 6
ix)                Aux Nurses/Dias/Mid wives Nos 2016-17 69
x)                  Nursing Orderlies Nos 2016-17 91
c) Patient Treated
i)                    Out Door Patients Nos 2016-17 419381
ii)                  In Door Patients Nos 2016-17 17377
d) Operation Performed
i)                    Minor Operation Nos 2016-17 23329
ii)                  Major Operation Nos 2016-17 1006
S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
5.Health & Family Welfare  Department (Contd)
e) Family Welfare Programmes
A)    Vaccination Administered
i)                    Small Pox Nos 2016-17 0
ii)                  B.C.G. Nos 2016-17 5084
iii)                Cholera Nos 2016-17 0
iv)                Polio Nos 2016-17 15127
v)                  Measles Nos 2016-17 4293
vi)                T.T. Nos 2016-17 11980
vii)              Others Nos 2016-17 0
B)    Family Welfare Work Done
i)                    Tubectomy Nos 2016-17 299
ii)                    Laproligation Nos 2016-17 147
iii)                Condoms Distributed Nos 2016-17 50178
iv)                Oral Pills distributed Nos 2016-17 3883
v)                  No. of loops/IUD inserted Nos 2016-17 329

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
6. Cooperative Sector
a) No. of  Co-operative societies Nos 2016-17 27
b) Total No. of Membership Nos 2016-17 88
c) Total Production Lacs 2016-17 0.87
d) Total Sales Lacs 2016-17 0.87
7(a). Handicraft Department. 
a) No. of Handicraft Training Centers Nos 2016-17 07
b) No. of Trainees Trained Nos 2016-17 123
7(b).  Handloom   Department 
a) Total Handloom cooperative  societies Nos 2016-17 08
b) Total number of membership Nos 2016-17 175
c) Total Production Lacs 2016-17 0.85
d) Sale proceeds of Handloom products Lacs 2016-17 0.85
8.  Industries  Department 
a) Total No. of SSI Units Registered Nos 2016-17 5
b) Total Employment Generated Nos 2016-17 48



S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
9.  Employment & Counseling  Department 
a) Total Number of Employment Exchange Nos 2016-17 1
b) Total No. of registration done Nos 2016-17 385
c) Total No. of Placement effected Nos 2016-17 Nil
d) Total No. of Un-employed benefited under “SKEWPY” Nos 2016-17 Nil
e) Total amount disburse under “SKEWPY” Lacs 2016-17 16.84
10.  Khadi & Village Industries Department  (KVIB)
a) No. of Industrial Units registered Nos 2016-17 25
b) Total Employment Envisaged Nos 2016-17 90
c) Total Project Cost Lacs 2016-17 119.00
d) Total Bank Loan Lacs 2016-17 112.05
e) Total Marginal Money Lacs 2016-17 39.65
11.  Posts & Telegraph  Department 
a) No. of Mukhya Dak Ghar Nos 2016-17 0
b) No. of Sub-Post Offices Nos 2016-17 3
c) No. of Branch Post Office Nos 2016-17 2
d) No. of EDBO Nos 2016-17 36

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
12.  Sericulture   Department 
a) Departmental Nurseries
i)                    Area Covered under Nurseries Kanalas 2016-17 41.13
ii)                  Total Nurseries Nos 2016-17 2
iii)                Total Plants raised Nos 2016-17 17900
iv)                Total plants issued for plantation Nos 2016-17 20900
v)                  Total No. of trees  Existing Nos 2016-17 204200
b) Production
i)                    Total Seed Distributed OZ 2016-17 285
ii)                  Total Cocoon produced Kgs 2016-17 5740.500
iii)                No. of Rearing families benefited Nos 2016-17 462
iv)                Cocoon Sold Lacs 2016-17 7.05
 
13.  Public Health Engineering   Department  (PHE)
a) Total villages covered with potable water Nos 2016-17 2
b) Total population benefited Nos 2016-17 2900
c) Total Pvt. Pipe Connection provided Nos 2016-17 222
d) Total PSP Installed Nos 2016-17 102

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
14.  Sheep  Husbandry   Department 
a) Sheep Population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 2.72
b) Goats Population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 0.88
c) No. of Sheep Extension Centers Nos 2016-17 35
15.  Animal  Husbandry   Department 
a) Cattle population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 1.35
b) Buffaloes  population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 0.15
c) Horses/Ponies population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 0.05
d) Donkey/Mule population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 0.07
e) Yaks population as per census 2012 Lacs No. Census 2012 0.18
f) Total Poultry as on 31.03.2016 Lacs No. 2016-17 0.98
g) No. of District Vet. Centers Nos 2016-17 Nil
h) No. of Vet. Dispensaries Nos 2016-17  11
i) No. of Mobile Vet. Dispensaries Nos 2016-17 0
j) No. of  Ist Aid Centers Nos 2016-17 8
k) No. of ICD/LDC Centers Nos 2016-17 10
l) No. of Tehsil Units Nos 2016-17 2
m) No. of Frozen Semen Centers Nos 2016-17 2
n) Others Institutions (if any) Nos 2016-17 20

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
16.  Police   Department 
a) No. of Police Stations Nos 2016-17 06
b) No. of Police Posts Nos 2016-17 12
c) Criminal Cases Registered
i)                    Murders Nos 2016-17 02
ii)                  Rapes Nos 2016-17 13
iii)                Kidnappings Nos 2016-17 12
iv)                Robbery Nos 2016-17 1
v)                  Burglary Nos 2016-17 14
vi)                Thefts Nos 2016-17 12
vii)              Riots Nos 2016-17 0
viii)  Criminal breach of trust Nos 2016-17 02
ix)                Cheatings Nos 2016-17 09
x)                  Dacoity Nos 2016-17 0
xi)                Others Nos 2016-17 253
17.  Judiciary 
a) No. of District Session Judge Court Nos 2016-17 01
b) No. of Additional Distt. Session Court Nos 2016-17 0
c) No. of Sub Judge Court including Mobile court Nos 2016-17 01
d) No. of Munsif Courts Nos 2016-17 02

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
18.  Rural Development Department (RDD)     
a) MGNREGA      
i)                    Works taken up under NREGA Nos 2016-17 5460
ii)                  Works completed under NREGA Nos 2016-17 4971
iii)                Works in progress under NREGA Nos 2016-17 489
iv)                No. of house constructed under IAY Nos 2016-17 268
v)                  No. of house upgraded under IAY Nos 2016-17 0
vi)      Total No. of Job Cards issued Nos 2016-17 52964
vii)              No. of HH provided employment 2016-17 Nos 2016-17 45977
viii)            No. of Person days generated during 2016-17 Nos 2016-17 36.93070
ix)                Total Availability of funds In lacs 2016-17 7640.52709
x)                  Total Expd. Incurred During the year In lacs 2016-17 7640.52709
c) Works taken up  under various Schemes of RDD
i)                     P/Path Nos 2016-17 465
ii)                  Minor Irrigation Nos 2016-17 182
iii)                Lane/Drain Nos 2016-17 250
iv)                Others Nos 2016-17 962
Total Nos 2016-17 1859

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
19.  Social Welfare Department       
a) No. of Training Centers(Cutting & Tailoring) Nos 2016-17 4
b) No. of Trainees Trained Nos 2016-17 87
c) No. of Students benefited(SC/ST/OBC) Nos 2016-17 4462
d) No. of Old Age pension holders Nos 2016-17 4573
e) No. of Physically Handicapped pension holders Nos 2016-17 3034
f) No. of Sewing Machines Distributed Nos 2016-17  Nil
g) No. of Maternity Benefited Schemes Nos 2016-17 Nil
h) No. of ISSS pension holders Nos 2016-17 5533
20.  I.C.D.S.  Department   
a) No. of ICDS Projects Nos 2016-17 08
b) No. of Anganwari Centers(functional) Nos 2016-17 804
c) No. of pregnant ladies benefited Nos 2016-17 2956
d) No. of Nursing mothers benefited Nos 2016-17 3305
e) No. of Adolescent girls benefited Nos 2016-17 3008
f) No. of children benefited (06 months to 03 years) Nos 2016-17 13877
g) No. of children benefited (03 years to 06 years) Nos 2016-17 8818

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
21.  Banking Sector  
a) No. of Bank Branches Nos 2016-17 26
b) Deposits Crore 2016-17 987.1
c) Advances Crore 2016-17 269.47
d) C.D. Ratio Crore 2016-17 27.30
22.  Life Insurance Corporation  Sector   (LIC)
a) Number of Polices made Nos 2016-17 977
b) Total Amount Insured Crores 2016-17 26.37
c) Total First Year Premium Crores 2016-17 2.28
23.  Public Works Department (PWD,R&B)  
Road Length maintained by PWD (R&B) excluding highways
a) Black Topped Kms 2016-17 208.68
b) Mettled Kms 2016-17 2.44
c) Shingled Kms 2016-17 50.03
d) Bridal(Jeep able) Kms 2016-17 0.00
e) Fair weather Kms 2016-17 96.93
24.  Fisheries Department.
a) Total Number of License Holders Nos 2016-17 291
b) Total fish Caught Qtls 2016-17 10112.20
c) Total Value of Fish Caught Lacs 2016-17 1203.06

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
26.  Forest Department
a) Area under Forest Sq. Kms 2016-17 3136.30
b) Total Out Turn 2016-17
i)                    Timber Cft 2016-17 152595.88
ii)                  Fire Wood Qtls 2016-17 2231.14
iii)                Resin Qtls 2016-17 0.00
iv)                Anardana Qtls 2016-17 0.00
v)                  Guchies Qtls 2016-17 62.62
vi)                Others if any Qtls 2016-17 0.00



S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
27.  Power Development Department
a) Total Lights/power installed Nos Up to 2016-17 21415
b) Total Villages Electrified Nos Up to 2016-17 107
28.  Irrigation & Flood Control ( I&FC) Department.
a) Crop Wise Area Irrigated
i)                    Paddy Hects 2016-17 0.01563
ii)                  Maize Hects 2016-17 0.00623
iii)                Wheat Hects 2016-17 0.00034
iv)                Others Hects 2016-17 0.00695
29.  Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution Department (CA&PD)
a) Total Rationed Population Nos 2016-17 39286
b) No. of APL Rationed Population Nos 2016-17 16885
c) No. of BPL Rationed Population Nos 2016-17 16201
d) No. of AAY Rationed Population Nos 2016-17 5545
e) No. of ANP Rationed Population Nos 2016-17 655
f) Total Rice Off take Qtls 2016-17 114088
g) Total Wheat/Atta Off take Qtls 2016-17 92857
h) Total Sugar Off take Qtls 2016-17 1149.6
i) Total K.Oil Off take Kilo Liters 2016-17 1416

 

S.No Item Units Reference year Figures
1 2 3 4 5
29.  Fire Services
a) No. of Fire Station Nos 2016-17 02
b) Total fires calls attended Nos 2016-17 59
c) Property Involved Lacs 2016-17 822.50
d) Property Damaged Lacs 2016-17 62.23
e) Property Salvaged Lacs 2016-17 760.27
30.  Roads Transport (ARTO)
a) No. of Road accident occurred Nos 2016-17 17
b) No. of Persons killed Nos 2016-17 17
c) No. of Persons injured Nos 2016-17 27
d) No. of Vehicle Registered Nos 2016-17 679
e) No. of Driving License issued Nos 2016-17 2128
f) No. of Challan made Nos 2016-17 546
g) Total fine realized Lacs 2016-17 5.249
h) Total Revenue Realized by the Deptt. Lacs 2016-17 80.96
31.  Tourism Sector
a) No. of Local Tourists including Pilgrims Nos 2016-17 199558
b) No. of Foreigners Visit during the year Nos 2016-17 49

 

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1 2 3 4 5
32.  Trade & Commerce  Sector
a) No. of Chemist & Druggist Shops Nos 2016-17 120
b) No. of Provision Shops Nos 2016-17 550
c) No. of Dress Material & Clothing shops Nos 2016-17 320
d) No. of Readymade Garments Shops Nos 2016-17 640
e) No. of Furniture/Fixture Shops Nos 2016-17 55
f) No. of Black Smith Shops Nos 2016-17 20
g) No. of Gold Smith Shops Nos 2016-17 60
h) No. of Electronics/electric Shops Nos 2016-17 130
i) Other Shops Nos 2016-17 1191
j) No. of Shops run by owner Nos 2016-17 2450
k) No. of shops run by others Nos 2016-17 531
33.  General Provident Fund Sector
a) Total Number of Subscriber Nos 2016-17 5749
b) Receipts during the year Lacs 2016-17 22059.42
c) Payments during the year Lacs 2016-17 2930.17
34.  Plan Expenditure (District Plan)
a) Approved Out lay Lacs 2016-17 11534.92
b) Revised Out lay Lacs 2016-17 14104.79
d) Expenditure incurred Lacs 2016-17 14076.82



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