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

Headquarters : Bijnor
State : Uttar Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 4561
Rural : 4451.28
Urban : 109.72

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 3682713
Rural : 2757401
Urban : 925312
Male : 1921215
Female : 1761498
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 917
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 807

Official language : Hindi, Urdu

Helplines :
1 CM Helpline 1076
2 Women Power Helpline 1091
3 Police Helpline 100
4 Child Helpline 1098
5 Medical Helpline 108

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 Bijnor District
Binor, or more correctly Bijnaur, occupies the north-west corner of the Rohilkhand or Bareilly Division, and is a roughly triangular stretch of country with its apex to the north. The western boundary is formed throughout by the deep stream of the river Ganges, beyond which lie the four districts of Dehradun, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar and Meerut, all belonging to the meerut Division. To the north and north-east in the hill country of Garhwal, the dividing ling being the submontane road, which runs from Hardwar along the foot of the Himalayas to Ramanagar, Haldwani and Tanakpur. This road, popularly known as the Kandi Saradk, belongs throughout its length to Garhwal, the transfer having taken place a few years since. On the east the Phika river for the greater part of its course constitutes the boundary, separating this district from Naini Tal and Moradabad, as far as its junction with the Ramganga; and to the south lie the Thakurdwara, Amroha, and Hasanpur tahsils of Moradabad, the boundary being conventional and undetermined by natural features. The extreme parallels of north latitued are 29 2' and 29 58' and of east longitude 78 0' and 78 57' from Lalitpur, the most northerly point, to koti Rao in the furthest eastern corner the distance in 56 miles; and from koti Rao to Kamharia in the south-westerly angle 57 miles; and from Kamharia to Lalitpur 62 Miles. The total area of the district is liable to change slightly from time to time by reason of the erratic action of the Ganges and Ramganga: in 1906 it amounted to 1,145,272 acres of 1789-5 square miles, the average for the last five years being 1,147,967 acres.

There remains the low fringe of khadir along the Ganges to the west. This generally resembles the lowlands that skirt the rivers of the interior, the low flats which adjoin the stream itself being purely alluvial in character, while above them rises a terrace of higher ground extending inland as far as the chain of staguant morasses lying immediately under the bangar cliff. But the khadir in the district, at any rate in the southern parganas, in of a very poor description and no whit better than that on the opposite bank in Muzaffarnagar and Meerut.

The common tongue of the people in the Urdu or Hindustani dialect of western Hindi. It has sometimes been classified separately as Rohilkhandi, but there is really no marked distinction in idiom or vocabulary between this and Hindustani. The last census returns show that the entire population, with the exception of a minute fragment of 740 persons in all, gave Western Hindi as their mother-tongue, and there is no district in the United provinces in which Urdu is more widely spoken, both by the peasants and the educated classes. The other languages enumerated were Punjabi, Pahari, Marwari, Bengali and English, the last occurring in 35 cases only

This district belongs to Moradabad division of UTTAR PRADESH.


District is the main unit of the state. The District Magistrate/Collector is the administrator of the district . The most important work of the the district magistrate is to maintain law and order, various rules and implementation of various govt. orders. Being a top administrator of the district , he directly order the police department whenever required. He is also responsible to maintain peace and justice in the district.

As a collector the most important works of the district magistrate are:

1.  to collect the land revenue, main and miscellaneous dues of the government
2. proper maintenance of the Land Records
3. Land acquisition
4. Settlement of the refugees.
5. To provide the help to the public during the natural calamities like drought, flood and earthquake. 
6. To maintain the accounts of receipts and payments in the district treasury by the help of the Treasury Officer and send the details to the government.
7. To implement all the government programmes in the interest of the common public of the district.
8. to make availability of all the consumable items under public distribution system to the fair price shops by the help of the District Supply Officer.
9. to conduct all national/state/local level elections peacefully.

For planning purpose district is divided into Blocks . These are :-

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There is one Dy.Dir.Chakbandi and one settlement officer (Chakbandi) for chakbandi operation running in 426 villages out of 3024 revenue villages..

According to general and revenue administration, Bijnor is divided into five sub divisions Sadar, Chandpur, Dhampur, Nagina, Najibabad. The area of  each subdivision includes the area of each tehsil. Every tehsil  comes under S.D.M.,   acts as an assistant collector for revenue administration. Also there is one Tehsildar in each tehsil who is assisted by additional Tehsildar, Nayab Tehsildar (for each pargana). Tehsildar acts as 2nd-class magistrate for his tehsil and helps Assistant Collector (S.D.M.) for running the revenue administration properly. Tehsildar works as an officer incharge for its tehsil office and revenue court. His work mainly includes collection of all dues, maintenance  of  Land Records, disposal of revenue cases and welfare of general public. Tehsildar is also incharge of sub treasury office located in his tehsil.

For better administration tehsils are segmented in paragnas. Each pargana is headed by a Nayab Tehsildar. He is assisted by Kunoongo and Lekhpals