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

Headquarters : Deogarh
State : Odisha

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2940
Rural : 2915.87
Urban : 24.13

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 312520
Rural : 290130
Urban : 22390
Male : 158230
Female : 154290
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 975
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 106

Official language : Odia, English

Helplines :
Ambulance Help Line 108
Children Help Line 1098
Elder Person Help Line 1090
Emergency Helpline 1077
Fire Help Line 101
Janani Ambulance Help Line 102
Local Police Station 100
N.H.A.I. Help Line 1033
Traffic Help Line 1095
Women Help Line 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

About Debagarh District
Debagarh District, also known as Deogarh District is a district of Odisha state, India. It is located in the northern part of the state. Debagarh is the district headquarters. The district covers an area of 2781.66 km². The district has a population of 274,095 (2001 Census). As of 2011 it is the least populous district of Odisha

The district was created on 1 January 1994 by bifurcating the erstwhile Sambalpur district. It is currently a part of the Red Corridor.

Deogarh District, also known as Debagarh District, was newly created on 1.1.1994, being bifurcated from Sambalpur District. The District is surrounded by Angul District on its east and south, Sambalpur District on its west and Sundargarh District on its north. This is a district of Koshal region and is situated in the western region of the state having its head quarters at Deogarh town. Deogarh’s history dates back to 5th century A.D. when Mathara Royal Family was at the helm of the Administration. After this dynasty, Ganga Rulers came into power and established their capital at Deogarh. The rule of Britishers was one of the darkest periods in its history with no major development to show.

The District covering a geographical area of 2940 Sq Km, is located between 21 degree 31’ 53” North Latitude and 84 degree 43’ 2” East Longitude. The total population of the District is 2, 74, 108 comprising 1, 38, 408 male population and 1, 35, 700 female population as per 2001 census. Total SC population of the District is 42,117 and St population is 92,103.
As per the adminstrative set up is concerned, Deogarh District has got one sub divison namely Deogarh. There are 2 Tahasils, 3 Blocks, 60 Gram panchayats and 4 Police stations functioning in the District.

Deogarh District experiences hot summer from the month of March to May, heavy monsson from June to September and winter from the month of October to February. The average annual rainfall of the District is 1142.3 mm. The maximum temperature of the District is 43 degree C and minimum temperature is 8 degree C.

The literacy rate of Deogarh District is well over sixty percent, which is higher than the national average literacy rate. There are many educational institutes in the District providing best education. P.S Snatak Mahavidyalaya, PS +3 Degree College, Palsama Science College, Reamal College, Deogarh Government College etc are the important colleges of the District.

Main festivals celebrated in the Deogarh District are Ratha Yatra, Makar sankranti, Maha Shivratri, Dola Purnima, Dusherra, Kumar Purnima are the important festivals celebrated in the District.