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Official Website : http://bhojpur.bih.nic.in

Headquarters : Arrah
State : Bihar

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2395
Rural : 2311.23
Urban : 83.77

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 2728407
Rural : 2338546
Urban : 389861
Male : 1430380
Female : 1298027
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 907
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 1139

Official language : Bihari, Hindi

Helplines :
Police Ara 100
Fire Services 06182-222609,9162519440
Ambulance 102
Child Helpline 1098,7544039880
Vigilance Dept. ( To Report Corruption) 0612-2217048, 2232704(Fax)
Jigyasa (For General Information) 0612-2233333
Krishi (Healthcare) 9431818732,0612-2200814
Krishi (Farmer Call Centre) 1551/ 18001801551
Bihar Krishak Aayog 0612-2532311
Chief Minister Public Grievance Office 0612-2200100
Disaster Management 9431260317,0612-2215600
Energy Department (Ara) 7763814264
Consumer Protection 18003456188
Mahadalit Commission Patna 0612-2215082,2230038
Mnrega 8434700980,9931839396
Nafd Bihar 0612-2580103
Municipal Coperation Bihar 9473030930
Right To Information 0612-2281856
Citizen’s Call Center 155300
Woman Help Line 18003456247
Crime Stopper 1090
Rescue & Relief 1070

Population (Census 2010) :
In 2011, Bhojpur had population of 2,728,407

Click on the following link to download district statistics
as per NITI Ayog website

http://niti.gov.in/file/510/download?token=hEgCcgVJ

Brief About Bhojpur District

Historical
The present district of Bhojpur came into existence in 1992. Earlier this district was the part of old Shahabad district. In the year 1972 Shahabad district was bifurcated in two parts namely Bhojpur and Rohtas. Buxar was a sub-division of old Bhojpur district. In 1992 Buxar became a separate district and rest of Bhojpur district has now three sub-divisions-Ara Sadar, Jagdishpur and Piro. Ara town is the headquarters of the district and also its principal town. The district is bounded on the north by the district of Saran ( Bihar ) and Balia district of Uttar Pradesh; on the south by the district of Rohtas; on the West by the district of Buxar and on the East by the district of Patna, Jahanabad and Arwal.

Bhojpur district has a close linkage with that of its parent district of Shahabad, which had an old and interesting history. In the pre-historic days also there is evidence of the area being inhabited. The 1961 Census report of Shahabad describes the history of the district in following manner.

It is said that Ara, the present headquarters of the district derives its name from the Sanskrit word 'ARANYA', which means forest. It suggests that the entire area around modern Ara was heavily forested in old days. According to mythology, sage Vishwamitra, the Guru of RAMA , had his 'Ashram' somewhere in this region.

MINES AND MINERALS
Mines and minerals resources in new Bhojpur district are very little. The only mineral product in this district is the sand from Sone river. About 40 Kms. length of Sone river forms the part of southern and eastern and eastern boundary of the district of Bhojpur. The only managed sand - collecting centre is Koilwar, which is about 5 Kms. strips. About 35 Kms length is not properly managed to gather the sand.

SC Population Total 2,66,995 Rural 2,44,110 Urban 22,885
ST Population Total 5,391 Rural 4,640 Urban 751
Sub Divisions Ara Sadar, Jagdishpur, Piro.
Blocks Ara Sadar, Udwantnagar, Jagdishpur, Koilwar, Sahar, Barhara, Sandesh, Shahpur, Charpokhari, Piro, Tarari, Bihia, Agiawon, Garhani.
Agriculture Rich Paddy Fields, Wheat, Maize.
Industry Rice and Oil Mills.
Rivers Ganga, Sone.

Population - As Per 2001 Census
Total population = 2233415
Male population = 1175333
Female population = 1058082

Sex Ratio
There are approximately 900 female for 1000 male.

Literacy
Literacy Rate Total = 59.71 ( without 0 - 6 age group )
Male = 74.78
Female = 42.81

Rain Fall

Sl. Average Rainfall In Bhojpur
1. General = 913.4 mm
2. Actual = 1,160.6 mm
  in Year 2001

About NIC Bhojpur District Unit
The Office NIC was started to function from Nov 1999, under the Guidance of Sri Pankaj Kumar, DIO at newly build site of NIC constructed in Main collectorate Building. NIC Bhojpur has played pivotal role in Computerization and Communication of different government offices since October, 1988.

NIC is technically supporting computerization of Land Records and BPL Survey Data-Entry. This web site is being launched on account of active participation of NIC with District administration, Bhojpur

NIC supported Centers
NIC Bhojpur is supervising and providing technical support to various Govt. Office's computer centers.

1. District Civil Court.
2. District Treasury.
3. District Provident Fund .
4. District Commercial Taxes
5. Civil Surgeon Office
6. Bazaar Samiti,

At a Glance
The present Bhojpur came into existence in 1992. Earlier this district was part of old Sahabad district. In the year 1972 Sahabad district was bifurcated in two parts namely Bhojpur and Rohtas. Buxar was a subdivision of old Bhojpur district. In 1992, Buxar became a separate district and rest of Bhojpur district has now three sub-divisions - Ara Sadar,Jagdishpur and Piro. Ara town is the headquarters of the district and also its principal town.

It is located at a Longitude of 83º-45' to 84º-45' East and the latitude is 25º-10' to 25º-40' North.

Height from Sea
The Bhojpur district is situated at height of 192.989 meters from Sea.

Area
Bhojpur occupies a total of 2474 sq. kms.
Main Rivers are Ganga and Sone
Perinniel Rivers are Kumhari, Cher, Banas, Gangi.
Total Cultivated Area (2001-2002) (All four seasons) = 241926 Hect.
Net Cultivated Area (2001-2002) = 177275 Hect.
Net Irrigated Area (2001-2002) = 126830 Hect.
Main Crops = Rice, Wheat, Macca, Gram.

Rainfall

Normal = 913.4 mm
Actual = 1160.6 m