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Official Website : http://etawah.nic.in

Headquarters : Etawah
State : Uttar Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2311
Rural : 2260.42
Urban : 50.58

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1581810
Rural : 1215511
Urban : 366299
Male : 845856
Female : 735954
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 870
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 684

Official language :

Helplines :
Police 100
Fire 101
Ambulance 102
Traffic Police 103
Anti Corruption Helpline 1031
Train accident 1072
Road Accident 1073
Disaster management 108
Anti terror Helpline/Alert All India 1090
Earth-quake Help line service 1092
Child abuse hotline 1098
Indian Railway Security Helpline 1322
Railway Enquiry 139
Kishan Call Center 1551
NIC Service Desk 1800111555
Women Help Line 1091
Citizen Call Center 155300
CM Help Line 1076
Child Help Line 1098
Crime Stopper 1090

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/786/download?token=5L9WLEYA

Brief About Etawah District
Boundaries and Area
The district of Etawah lies in the southwestern portion of Uttar Pradesh 26° 47" north latitude and 72° 20" east longitude and forms a part of the Kanpur Division. In shape it is a parallelogram with a length from north to south 70 Km. and East to west 66 Km. on one side and 24 Km. on the other side. It is bounded on the north by the districts of Farrukhabad and Mainpuri, while the small extent of western border adjoins tahsil Bah of the Agra district. The eastern frontier marches with the district of Auraiya, and along the south lie Jalaun and the district of Gwalior, the division line being, except for a short distance, the Chambal and Yamuna rivers. The total area in 1999 is calculated to be 2434 Km.

Climate
Rainfall The average annual rainfall in the district is 792 mm and in the year 1998 Zila Sankhikiya Patrika it is given to be 640 mm. About 85% of the annual normal rainfall in the district is received during the south west mansoon months from June to September, August being the rainiest month. Temperature After February there is a steady increase in temperature. May is generally the hottest month with the mean daily maximum temperature at about 42 °C and the mean daily minimum at about 26 °C. The nights are warmer in June than in May.

The heat in the summer is intense and the hot, dry and dust-laden westerly winds which are common in the hot season make the weather severely trying. In this season maximum temperatures on individual days sometimes reach 46 °C or over. With the onset of the south-west mansoon over the district by about the third week of June there is appreciable drop in the day temperature and the weather becomes more bearable. But the nights still continue to be as warm as in the latter part of the summer. With the with drawl of the mansoon by about the end of September there is a slight increase in the day temperature. There is a rapid drop in the night temperature after the with drawl of the mansoon. After November both day and night temperatures decrease rapidly till January, which is usually the coldest month with the mean daily maximum temperature about 23 °C and the mean daily minimum temperature at about 8 °C. During the cold season the district as affected by cold waves and fog and the minimum temperature occasionally goes down to 3 °C.

Humidity During the rainy season the relative humidity is generally high being over 70%. Thereafter the humidity decreases and by summer which is the driest part of the year the relative humidities in the afternoons become less than 30%. Winds Winds are generally light and are mostly from directions between south-west and north-west. In May, the south-west mansoon season winds on many days blows also from directions between north-east and south-east.