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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),

E-mail -

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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