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Official Website : http://jalgaon.gov.in

Headquarters : Jalgaon
State : Maharashtra

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 11765
Rural : 11417.15
Urban : 347.85

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 4229917
Rural : 2887206
Urban : 1342711
Male : 2197365
Female : 2032552
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 925
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 360

Official language : Marathi

Helplines :
1 Disaster Management 1077
2 NIC Service Desk 1800 -111- 555
3 PDS Helpline 1800-22-4950
4 Citizen’s Call center 155300
5 Crime Stopper 1090
6 Child Helpline 1098
7 Women’s Helpline 1091

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

Brief About Jalgaon District
Jalgaon in brief. Jalgaon is situated in western India, in northern Maharashtra state, on the northern Deccan Plateau. Located within a productive, irrigated agricultural region, Jalgaon is a significant collection and distribution center of agricultural goods. The leading products are millet and raw cotton; the region's rich volcanic soil is particularly well suited to cotton production. Jalgaon is an important center for cotton-textile and vegetable-oil mills, particularly groundnut-oil and hydrogenation plants. Jalgaon is also well known for bananas production. The city is also famous for its gold market which has reputation of being pure. The city is served by several major rail lines and a national highway connecting it to Mumbai (formerly Bombay) and Kolkata. The Ajanta Caves are located about 64 km (about 40 mi) to the south of Jalgaon and the Yaval Wildlife Sanctuary is about 32 km (about 20 mi) to the north. Formerly part of territory controlled by the Holkar family of Maratha rulers, Jalgaon became part of British India in 1818 and independent India in 1947. Modern Jalgaon is now boasts of vast industrial area, educational institutes and good hospitals. The railway junctions serve routes to Mumbai, Nagpur, Delhi and Surat. The city is well developed with good roads, shopping centres, residential areas, with good infrastructure in communication and transport. The new Muncipal Corporation adds new dimensions to the developing city.