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Sunday, April 11, 2010

List of proposal approved by state investment promotion board , Bihar Government

List of approved industry in Bihar goverment 

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Rajasthan Land Revenue (Land Allotment to Gaushalas) Rules, 1957

Rajasthan Government land revenue rules

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Patna University provisional result -2010

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literacy in bihar

One of the important characteristics of the population, on which information is obtained in the census, is literacy. For the purpose of census, a person is deemed to be literate if he or she can read and write with an understanding of any language. A person who can merely read but cannot write is not considered as literate. A person could, however, be a literate without having had any formal education or having passed any minimum educational standard. Ability to merely sign one’s name is not adequate to qualify a person as literate. In the earlier Censuses, that is, till 1971, all children of the age of 4 years and less were treated as illiterate, even if some among them attended school and had picked up reading and writing of a few odd words. However, since 1981, the population aged seven years and above is to be classified as literate or illiterate. In view of this, during 2001 Census, the question on literacy was canvassed only for population aged seven years and above.

Following this criterion, the total number of persons returned as literate in Bihar in 2001 Census is 31675607. Males greatly outnumber females, as among the total literates 20978955 are males and 10696652 females, that is to say, for every 2 literate males there is only 1 literate female. Male literacy rate is almost double (60.32) the female literacy rate (33.57) in Bihar according to Census of India 2001. It can be noted from Table–4 placed at Annexure–4 that literacy rate for Bihar, according to the provisional population totals in 2001 Census, is 47.53% as against 37.49% in 1991 Census. Although the literacy rate in the state has increased by roughly 10 percentage points during 1991-2001, it is still low as compared to the all India average of 65.38 percent. However, it can be said that literacy rates have shown an upward trend over the decade for both males and females (females having an edge over males). The male literacy rate has gone up to 60.32% in 2001 from 51.47% in 1991 while the female literacy rate has gone up to 33.57% in 2001 from 21.99% in 1991.

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Patna university profiles | educational university in bihar

Name : Patna University

Address : Patna - 800 005 (Bihar)

Present Status : State University

Vice-Chancellor : Prof. Shaym Lal

Phone No.: --> 0612 - 2670352 (Off.)

Fax: --> 0612 - 2670877

Pro Vice-Chancellor : Prof. (Dr.) Syed I. Ahson

Phone No.: --> 0612 - 2687204 (Off.)

Proctor : Prof. Bhagwan Prasad Singh

Phone No. -0612 - 2670816 (Off.)

Registrar : Dr. Vibhash Kumar Yadav

: Phone No. (0612)-2670531 (Off), 2670664 (Res)

Finance Officer : Shri Jatadhar Mishra

: Phone No. (0612)-2670851 (Off).

Deputy Registrar : Shri Manoj Kumar

: Phone No. (0612)-2670853 (Off).

Assistant Registrar : Dr. N. Zaman

: Phone No. (0612)-2670852 (Off),

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Controller of Examination : Prof. Surendra Snigdh

Assistant Controller of Examination : Dr. R. K. Mandal

Date of Establishment  : September 13th, 1917

UGC Recognition  : 1956

Location : Urban

P.G. Centre

: 31

Constituent Colleges

: 13

Affiliated Colleges

: Nil

Area of University

: 181.58 Acres

Built-up Area

: 1,53,365 SQM


: Departments


: English, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, Maithili,

: Bengali, Philosophy.

Social Sciences

: Ancient Indian History, Labour & Social Welfare, History,

Geography, Economics, Political Science, Psychology,

Sociology, Home Science.


: Applied Economics & Commerce.


: Education.


: Law.


: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Mathematics,

Statistics, Bio-Chemistry.


: Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Architecture.

Fine Arts

: Fine Arts.


: MBBS, BDS, MS, MD, Physio Therapy, Occupational Therapy.


: Institute of Psychological Research & Service,

: Institute of Library & Information Science,

: Directorate of Distance Education

List of distric of bihar state | bihar districs


















East Champaran






West Champaran

2001 Census figure of Bihar state

Key Statistics - as per 2001 Census (Provisional)

Population 8,28,78,796

- Male 4,31,53,964

- Female 3,97,24,832

Population (0~6 Years Group)

- In Absolute Numbers 1,62,34,539



- Percentage of Total Population 19.59%




- In Absolute Numbers 3,16,75,607



- Percentage of Total Population 47.53%



Decadal Population Growth (1991-2001) 130

- Absolute 1,83,48,242

- As Percentage 28.43%

Highest Decadal Growth at Sheohar District (36.16%)

Lowest Decadal Growth at Nalanda District (18.64%)

- Civil Police Stations 813

- Railway Police Stations 40

Density of Population 880 per sq kms

- Highest Density Patna, 1471 per sq kms

- Lowest Density Kaimur, 382 per sq kms

Sex Ratio (Females/Thousand Males) 921

- Highest Ratio (Siwan) 1,033

- Lowest Ratio (Patna) 873

Highest Literacy Rate Patna, 63.82%

Lowest Literacy Rate Kishanganj, 31.02%

Average Population of a District 22,39,967

Administrative Units of bihar government | bihar administrative

Administrative Units

Divisions 9

Districts 38

Sub-Divisions 101

CD Blocks 534

Panchayats 8,471

Number of Revenue Villages 45,103

Number of Urban Agglomerations 9

Number of Towns 130

- Statutory Towns 125

- Non-Statutory Towns 5

Police Stations 853

- Civil Police Stations 813

- Railway Police Stations 40

Police Districts 43

- Civil Police District 39

- Railway Police District 4

Physical Features of Bihar | Bihar geography

Physical Features

Latitude 24°-20'-10" ~ 27°-31'-15" N

Longitude 82°-19'-50" ~ 88°-17'-40" E

Rural Area 92,257.51 sq. kms

Urban Area 1,095.49 sq. kms

Total Area 94,163.00 sq. kms

Height above Sea-Level 173 Feet

Normal Rainfall 1,205 mm

Avg. Number of Rainy Days 52.5 Days in a Year

Government of bihar | history of bihar government

Bihar is located in the eastern part of the country (between 83°-30' to 88°-00' longitude). It is an entirely land–locked state, although the outlet to the sea through the port of Kolkata is not far away. Bihar lies mid-way between the humid West Bengal in the east and the sub humid Uttar Pradesh in the west which provides it with a transitional position in respect of climate, economy and culture. It is bounded by Nepal in the north and by Jharkhand in the south. The Bihar plain is divided into two unequal halves by the river Ganga which flows through the middle from west to east.

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Bihar Magazine | list of bihar magezine

Bihar Magazine is published and released by Information & Public Relations Dept. from time to time. This magazine is a valuable source of information about all that is happening in Bihar. Special emphasis here is to cover the efforts for improvement of this state.

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List of the candidates of Group-5 (Panchayat Rojgar Sewak) districts , bihar government

List of the candidates of Group-5 (Panchayat Rojgar Sewak) districts for appointment
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District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) , Bihar Government

District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) has traditionally been the principal organ at the District level to oversee the implementation of the anti-poverty programmes of the Ministry of Rural Development. Created originally for implementation of Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP), the DRDAs were subsequently entrusted with a number of programmes, both of the Central and State Governments. Since inception, the administrative costs of the DRDA (District Rural Development Agency) were met by setting aside a part of the allocations for each programme. Of late, the number of programmes had increased and several programmes have been restructured with a view to making them more effective. While an indicative staffing structure was provided to the DRDAs, experience showed that there was no uniformity in the staffing structure. It is in this context that a new centrally sponsored scheme - DRDA Administration - has been introduced from 1st April, 1999 based on the recommendations of an inter-ministerial committee known as Shankar Committee. The new scheme replaces the earlier practice of allocating percentage of programme funds to the administrative costs.

The objective of the scheme of DRDA (District Rural Development Agency) Administration is to strengthen the DRDAs and to make them more professional and effective. Under the scheme, DRDA is visualised as specialised agency capable of managing anti-poverty programmes of the Ministry on the one hand and effectively relate these to the overall efforts of poverty eradication in the district on the other.

Notification for Posting of 534 Block Development Officers of Bihar government

Office Order No. 3682 dated 03/04/2010 Rural Development Department, Regarding Joining
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Friday, April 9, 2010

Noida allotement property detail -2010

Noida alloted property deatil

Noida fogging programe for April - 2010

For detail information of Noida fogging programe for April -2010
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igl gas pipeline project at rwa sector 50 noida UP

igl gas pipeline project at rwa sector 50 has started

last date for submission of form for connecction : 04-04-2010

RWA Sector - 41 noida, gautam budhnagar, UP

Sector – 41 was awarded ARS Noida Excellence Award 2010 in a function organized at Indira Gandhi Auditorium, Sector – 6, Noida. The Award was received by The President - Shri. K.L. Bansal alongwith the other members of the team including Vice-President - Mr. Vijay Gupta, General Secretary – Mr. S.K. Sudan, Jt. Secretary – Mr. B.N. Tyagi, Mr. Anoop Bhati, Mrs. Urvashi Bhambral, Mr. B.R. Kapoor.

It is a metter of Great Pride for our Sector to be honoured with EXCELLENCE AWARD for the Fourth Time. Earlier the sector was Awarded Best Presidents Excellence Award in 2006, Times of India Glory of Delhi/NCR Award in 2009 and Pride of Noida Award in 2009. This is the fourth time to have been honoured with the Excellence Award - A rare Achievement.

The RWA committee dedicates this Excellence Award to our residents whose Trust & Support has made this achievement possible.

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Multilevel Car Parking Facility in Sec-18 , Noida, Gautam budh nagar | tender and terms

Request for Proposal for Appointment of Technical Consultant for NOIDA for Fully Automatic Multilevel Car Parking Facility in Sector-18, Noida.,  UP
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Noida and greater noida education society : Application form for admission in class first to class six

Application form for admission in class first to class six
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DPS School Noida | CBSC School at Noida

D.P.S. NOIDA, established in 1982, is spread over 16 acres and is unique in its architectural excellence. The auburn brick structure offset by the sprawling green lawns, the spacious classrooms and open environs offer an ambience which is conducive to intellectual pursuits and holistic development. The school, with strength of approximately 4000 students, is managed by the Delhi Public School Society.

DPSN has evolved as one of the premier educational institutions of the country. With 'education' acquiring new connotations and spanning wider dimensions, the school is alive to the challenge of molding a new generation of students into a genre of well integrated personalities equipped with the life skills necessary to take up future challenges. Empowering every student and building his/her understanding forms an integral part of the school system. DPSN has burgeoned into a multidisciplinary institution, offering various facilities to impart diverse skills, in tune with the requirements of the modern world
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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Latest Udate Tender in Bihar Government | Tender released by Bihar Government - 2010

1. 1 101
Tender Notice for Supply and Installation of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) System
Last Date :16/04/2010

2. 2 84
Tender Notice for Program management of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) System Inplementation Lat Last Date :16/04/2010

Road to Chhapki in Baheri Block, Length-2.35 KM Package No. BR/10/03/L043 DISTRICT : Darbhanga Last Date :13/04/2010

4. BRPNN/450 24
Short Term Rate Quotation Invited from Registered Firm for construction of R.C.C./S.P. Bridges under Mukhya Mantri Setu Nirman Yojna
Last Date :20/04/2010

5. BRPNN/455 26
Short Term Rate Quotation Invited from Registered Firm for construction of R.C.C. Bridges under Mukhya Mantri Setu Nirman Yojna
Last Date :29/04/2010

6. 01/NIT/PMGSY/CPW .. 27
Additional waterway on the PMGSY Road : Dekuli in Bahadurpur Block to Sisuani in Biroul Block Package No :- BR/10/01 DISTRICT : Darbhanga
Last Date :13/04/2010

7. 02/NIT/PMGSY/CPW .. 11
CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF Biroul to Jamalpur Road in Biroul/Goddeivoram/Kiratpur Block, Length-12.66 KM. Package No.BR/10/11 DISTRICT : Darbhanga
Last Date :13/04/2010

8. 04/NIT/PMGSY/CPW .. 8
CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF Benipur-Nawada-Bajitpur-Manigachi Road in Manigachhi & Benipur Block, Length:18.25 KM Package No.BR/10/14 DISTRICT : Darbhanga
Last Date :13/04/2010

9. 05/NIT/PMGSY/CPW .. 7
CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF Biraual-Kharia-Kaligaon to Bharwara Road in Darbhanga & Keoti Block, Length:13.60 KM Package No.BR/10/20 DISTRICT : Darbhanga Under
Last Date :13/04/2010

10. 107/PR/BSEB/10 31 Procurement of Power on Short Term basis

[See Corrigendum!]
Last Date :19/04/2010

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Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation | Bihar Tourism

Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation (BSTDC) was established in the year 1981 for the development of tourism in the State of Bihar and for commercialization of Tourist Resources available with the State. To achieve this objective various tourist infrastructure like Tourist Bungalow, Cafeteria, Restaurant, Transportation facilities and Ropeway are provided at various tourists spots by Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation.

BSTDC has taken major initiatives to show the potential of tourist places of Bihar to the World. This website is an effort to provide easy information to the tourists visiting Bihar. It aims to provide information related to important tourist places of Bihar State. The details of available facilities such as Accommodation, Transport, Tour Packages, Tourist Information Centers are available with the site.

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Download Application Form For New Indistry open In Bihar

Below Link You can Download  Application form for opening a Industry in bihar

Finance Dept., Govt. of Bihar has released Economic Survey Report 2008-09. Hindi version of this document is available on Finance Dept. Website.

Government of Bihar Finance Department

Economic Survey  2008 - 09

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Website to provide information on International Buddhist Conclave, Nalanda - 2010 has been launched for the visitors.

India has a rich cultural heritage reflecting a glorious past in almost all spheres of life, social, economic, educational, academic, cultural and, most importantly, spiritual. If we delve into the rich ancient literature from the various traditions, we find a panoramic view of India of the 6th century B.C. and of later period, particularly of the area known as Majjhima Desa or the Middle Land. This is the land where Buddhism originated and is known today as Bodhagaya. Buddhism later on penetrated the whole of Asia, and now the entire world.

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Latest Update Bihar Government IT policy


Government of Bihar Department of Information Technology ****** INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY POLICY 2008


Our vision is that by the end of 2012, Bihar becomes one of the top five e-Governed, IT-enabled, e-Literate States in the Country and is regarded as a preferred destination for IT businesses and is a major supplier of skilled IT manpower
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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Indian Government Judgement System

The Judgments Information system consists of the Judgments of the Supreme court of India and several High Courts. In the case of the Supreme Court all reported Judgments which are published in SCR Journal, since its inception i.e. 1950 till date are available. The Judgments reported in SCR till 1993 also have head-notes. The judgments reported in SCR in 1994 and later have only text of judgments with out head-notes.

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The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (in short, ‘the Act’), is a benevolent social legislation that lays down the rights of the consumers and provides their for promotion and protection of the rights of the consumers. The first and the only Act of its kind in India, it has enabled ordinary consumers to secure less expensive and often speedy redressal of their grievances. By spelling out the rights and remedies of the consumers in a market so far dominated by organized manufacturers and traders of goods and providers of various types of services, the Act makes the dictum, caveat emptor (‘buyer beware’) a thing of the past.

The Act mandates establishment of Consumer Protection Councils at the Centre as well as in each State and District, with a view to promoting consumer awareness.

The Central Council is headed by Minster, In-charge of the Department of Consumer Affairs in the Central Government and the State Councils by the Minister In-charge of the Consumer Affairs in the State Governments. It also provides for a 3-tier structure of the National and State Commissions and District Forums for speedy resolution of consumer disputes

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Computerisation of Consumer Fora (CONFONET) | confonet project

The department of Consumer Affairs under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Govt. of India, has assigned the responsibility of Implementing the project on "Computerization and Computer Networking of Consumer Fora in Country" to NIC, as a plan scheme of Department. NIC provides Information technologies (IT) support in terms of study and analysis of application requirements at NCDRC, SDRC and District Fora and give technical solution for development and implementation of computer network based system for the application areas with main focus on Case Monitoring. The technical solution will be in form of turnkey solution in terms of deciding hardware and system software requirements, their procurement, supply and installation, networking, customized trainings, application software development and technical support for deployment of each location
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India department of consumer affair

The Department of Consumer Affairs under Ministry of Food and Consumer Affairs is responsible for the formulation of policies for Consumer Cooperatives, Monitoring Prices, availability of essential commodities, Consumer Movement in the country and Controlling of statutory bodies like Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and Weights and Measures.

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Indian Flag color description

The National Flag of India is a horizontal rectangular tricolour of saffron, white and green; with the Ashoka Chakra, a 24-spoke wheel, in blue at its centre. It was adopted in its present form during a meeting of the Constituent Assembly held on 22 July 1947, when it became the official flag of the Dominion of India. The flag was subsequently retained as that of the Republic of India. In India, the term "tricolour" (Hindi: तिरंगा, Tirangā) almost always refers to the Indian national flag. The flag is based on the Swaraj flag, a flag of the Indian National Congress designed by Pingali Venkayya.

The flag, by law, is to be made of khadi, a special type of hand-spun cloth of cotton or silk made popular by Mahatma Gandhi. The manufacturing process and specifications for the flag are laid out by the Bureau of Indian Standards. The right to manufacture the flag is held by the Khadi Development and Village Industries Commission, who allocate it to the regional groups. As of 2009, the Karnataka Khadi Gramodyoga Samyukta Sangha was the sole manufacturer of the flag.

Usage of the flag is governed by the Flag Code of India and other laws relating to the national emblems. The original code prohibited use of the flag by private citizens except on national days such as the Independence day and the Republic Day. In 2002, on hearing an appeal from a private citizen, the Supreme Court of India directed the Government of India to amend the code to allow flag usage by private citizens. Subsequently, the Union Cabinet of India amended the code to allow limited usage. The code was amended once more in 2005 to allow some additional use including adaptations on certain forms of clothing. The flag code also governs the protocol of flying the flag and its use in conjunction with other national and non-national flags.

Bhagwa or the saffron colour denotes renunciation or disinterestedness. Our leaders must be indifferent to material gains and dedicate themselves to their work.

The white in the centre is light, the path of truth to guide our conduct.

The green shows our relation to (the) soil, our relation to the plant life here, on which all other life depends.

The "Ashoka Chakra" in the centre of the white is the wheel of the law of dharma. Truth or satya, dharma or virtue ought to be the controlling principle of those who work under this flag. Again, the wheel denotes motion. There is death in stagnation. There is life in movement. India should no more resist change, it must move and go forward. The wheel represents the dynamism of a peaceful change

Constitution of India | History of indian constitution

India, also known as Bharat, is a Union of States. It is a Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic with a parliamentary system of government. The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution of India which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949 and came into force on 26th January 1950.

The Constitution provides for a Parliamentary form of government which is federal in structure with certain unitary features. The constitutional head of the Executive of the Union is the President. As per Article 79 of the Constitution of India, the council of the Parliament of the Union consists of the President and two Houses known as the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) and the House of the People (Lok Sabha). Article 74(1) of the Constitution provides that there shall be a Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head to aid and advise the President, who shall exercise his functions in accordance to the advice. The real executive power is thus vested in the Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head.
The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the House of the People (Lok Sabha). Every State has a Legislative Assembly. Certain States have an upper House also called State Legislative Council. There is a Governor for each state who is appointed by the President. Governor is the Head of the State and the executive power of the State is vested in him. The Council of Ministers with the Chief Minister as its head advises the Governor in the discharge of the executive functions. The Council of the Ministers of a state is collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly of the State.

The Constitution distributes legislative powers between Parliament and State legislatures as per the lists of entries in the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution. The residuary powers vest in the Parliament. The centrally administered territories are called Union Territories

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