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Suri Sadar subdivision

Suri Sadar subdivision
Subdivision
Suri Sadar subdivision is located in West Bengal
Suri Sadar subdivision
Suri Sadar subdivision
Location in West Bengal, India
Suri Sadar subdivision is located in India
Suri Sadar subdivision
Suri Sadar subdivision
Suri Sadar subdivision (India)
Coordinates: 23°55′N 87°32′E / 23.92°N 87.53°E / 23.92; 87.53
Country India
StateWest Bengal
DistrictBirbhum
HeadquartersSuri
Languages
 • OfficialBengali, English
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
ISO 3166 codeISO 3166-2:IN
Vehicle registrationWB
Websitewb.gov.in

Suri Sadar subdivision is an administrative subdivision of Birbhum district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Overview

Starting in its northern parts with the Brahmani-Mayurakshi Basin, a sub-micro physiographic region occupying the area between the Brahmani in the north and the Mayurakshi in the south, Suri Sadar subdivision merges with the Suri-Bolpur Plain, another sub-micro physiographic region that covers the interfluves of the Mayurakshi and the Ajay. The plain area exhibits somewhat upland topography sloping from north-west to south-east. The western part of the subdivision forms the Bakreswar Uplands, an extension of the plateau region of Santhal Parganas. The undulating area rises to high ridges on the western boundary with Jharkhand.[1]

Geography

Subdivisions

Birbhum district is divided into the following administrative subdivisions:[2][3][4]

Subdivision Headquarters
Area
km2
(2001)
Population
(2011)
Rural
Population %
(2011)
Urban
Population %
(2011)
Rampurhat Rampurhat 1,574.23 1,508,506 96.62 3.38
Suri Sadar Suri 1,782.72 1,121,871 96.57 3.43
Bolpur Bolpur 1,186.66 872,027 96.56 3.44
Birbhum district 4,545.00 3,502,404 96.59 3.41

Administrative units

Suri Sadar subdivision has 9 police stations, 7 community development blocks, 7 panchayat samitis, 62 gram panchayats, 1092 mouzas, 952 inhabited villages, 3 municipalities and 4 census towns. The municipalities are: Suri, Sainthia and Dubrajpur. The census towns are: Karidhya, Kalipur, Ahmedpur and Rajnagar. The subdivision has its headquarters at Suri.[5][3][4]

Police stations

Police stations in Suri Sadar subdivision have the following features and jurisdiction: [5][6][7]

Police station Area covered
km2
Municipal town CD Block
Mohammad Bazar 313.4 - Mohammad Bazar
Sainthia 311.1 Sainthia Sainthia
Dubrajpur 359.5 Dubrajpur Dubrajpur
Lokpur n/a n/a n/a
Chandrapur n/a n/a n/a
Rajnagar 220.7 - Rajnagar
Suri 292.9 Suri -
Suri Women n/a n/a n/a
Sadaipur n/a - Suri I
Panrui n/a - Suri II
Khoyrasol 273.55 - Khoyrasol
Kankartala n/a - Khoyrasol

Blocks

Community development blocks in Suri Sadar subdivision are:[8][3][9][10]

CD Block Headquarters
Area
km2
(2001)
Population
(2011)
SC % ST % Hindus % Muslims % Literacy
Rate %
Census
Towns
Mohammad Bazar Angar Garia 315.64 164,570 26.62 18.93 67.15 31.29 65.18 -
Rajnagar Rajnagar 221.47 77,979 34.91 15.97 84.74 14.27 68.10 1
Suri I Karidhya 154.65 111,377 35.94 8.83 73.05 26.59 72.75 2
Suri II Purandarpur 135.81 87,405 32.78 13.37 67.70 31.59 72.75 -
Sainthia Ahmedpur 304.39 195,349 35.25 12.30 77.68 21.46 72.33 1
Dubrajpur Dubrajpur 344.88 181,437 34.66 5.44 66.52 33.22 68.26 -
Khoyrasol Khoyrasol 272.19 153,248 35.55 1.79 75.71 24.30 68.75 -

Gram panchayats

The subdivision contains 62 gram panchayats under 7 community development blocks:[11]

  • Suri I block consists of seven gram panchayats, viz. Alunda, Karidhya, Mallickpur, Tilpara, Bhurkuna, Khatanga and Nagari.
  • Suri II block consists of six gram panchayats, viz. Abinashpur, Domdama, Koma, Banshanka, Kendua and Purandarpur.
  • Sainthia block consists of 12 gram panchayats, viz. Ahmadpur, Banagram, Horisara, Panrui, Bhromorkol, Deriapur, Hatora, Sangra, Amarpur, Fulur, Mathpalsa and Sreenidhipur.
  • Dubrajpur block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Balijuri, Hetampur, Loba, Sahapur, Chinpai, Jashpur, Paduma, Gohaliara, Laxmi-Narayanpur and Parulia.
  • Khayrashol block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Babuijore, Kendgore, Nakrakonda, Rupuspur, Barrah, Khoyrasole, Panchra, Hazratpur, Lokepur and Parsundi.
  • Rajnagar block consists of five gram panchayats, viz. Bhabanipur, Gangmuri-Joypur, Tantipara, Chandrapur and Rajnagar.
  • Mahammad Bazar block consists of 12 gram panchayats, viz. Angargaria, Charicha, Hinglow, Puranagram, Bharkata, Deucha, Kapista, Rampur, Bhutura, Gonpur, Mahamadbazar and Sekedda.

Education

Birbhum district had a literacy rate of 70.68% as per the provisional figures of the census of India 2011. Rampurhat subdivision had a literacy rate of 69.12%, Suri Sadar subdivision 71.16% and Bolpur subdivision 72.71%.[12]

Given in the table below (data in numbers) is a comprehensive picture of the education scenario in Birbhum district, with data for the year 2013-14:[12]

Subdivision Primary
School
Middle
School
High
School
Higher Secondary
School
General
College, Univ
Technical /
Professional Instt
Non-formal
Education
Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student Institution Student
Rampurhat 889 99,767 132 9,487 82 68,462 65 85,685 7 16,963 24 3,448 2,291 99,407
Suri Sadar 912 71,882 90 5,188 72 40,161 56 69,109 6 13,912 35 7,620 1,961 58,469
Bolpur 628 48,314 64 5,859 53 31,266 49 60,139 6 17,379 20 3,424 1,333 43,805
Birbhum district 2,429 219,263 286 20,534 207 139,889 170 214,925 19 48,254 79 14,492 5,585 201,681

The following institutions are located in Suri Sadar subdivision:

Healthcare

Medical facilities in Suri Sadar subdivision are as follows:

Hospitals: (Name, location, beds)[24]

  • Birbhum District Hospital, Suri, 525 beds
  • Birbhum Jail Hospital, Suri, 72 beds
  • Birbhum Police Hospital, Suri, 20 beds
  • Niramoy TB Sanatorium, Giridanga (Dubrajpur), 300 beds
  • Massanjore Irrigation Hospital, Massanjore (Dumka), 2 beds

(Physically outside the subdivision but administratively under it)

State General Hospitals: (Name, location, beds)

Rural Hospitals: (Name, CD Block, location, beds) [25]

  • Mohammad Bazar Rural Hospital, Mohammad Bazar CD Block, PO Pattelnagar, 30 beds
  • Rajnagar Rural Hospital, Rajnagar CD Block, Rajnagar, 30 beds
  • Sultanpur Rural Hospital, Suri II CD Block, PO Abinashpur, 30 beds
  • Dubrajpur Rural Hospital, Dubrajpur CD Block, PO Hetampur Rajbati, 30 beds
  • Nakrakonda Rural Hospital, Khoyrasol CD Block, Nakrakonda,30 beds

Block Primary Health Centres: (Name, CD Block, location, beds)[26]

  • Barachaturi Block Primary Health Centre, Suri I CD Block, PO Khatanga,15 beds

Primary Health Centres: (CD Block-wise)(CD Block, PHC location, beds)[27]

  • Mohammad Bazar CD Block: Bharkata (10), Puranogram (6), Rampur (10), Sakeddah (PO Dighalgram) (6)
  • Rajnagar CD Block: Bhabanipur (6), Tantipara (10)
  • Suri I CD Block: Kachujore (PO Mhubuna) (10), Chakdaha (6)
  • uri II CD Block: Purandarpur (10), Patanda (PO Ikra) (6)
  • Sainthia CD Block: Amarpur (PO Gargaria) (10), Bharmarkole (PO Kachuihata) (10), Sangra (PO Chhotosangra) (10) Srinidhipur (PO Purbasiur) (6) and Iswarpur (PO Ahmedpur) (10)
  • Dubrajpur CD Block: Balijuri (10), Jashpur (PO Ghoratore) (6), Jatra (6), Bakreshwar (6)
  • Khoyrasol CD Block: Barrah (10), Panchra (PO Panchrahat) (6), Lokpur (6)

Electoral constituencies

Lok Sabha (parliamentary) and Vidhan Sabha (state assembly) constituencies in Suri Sadar subdivision were as follows:[28]

Lok Sabha constituency Reservation Vidhan Sabha constituency Reservation CD Block and/or Gram panchayats and/or municipal areas
Birbhum None Rampurhat None Rampurhat munuicipality, Rampurhat I CD Block and Bharkata, Gonpur, Hinglow, Kapista, Rampur and Sekedda GPs of Mohammad Bazar CD Block
- - Sainthia SC Sainthia municipality, Banagram, Deriapur, Fulur, Horisara, Hatora and Mathpalsa GPs of Sainthia CD Block, Angar Garia, Bhutura, Charicha, Mohammad Bazar, Deucha and Puranagram GPs of Mohammad Bazar CD Block, and Suri II CD Block
- - Suri None Suri municipality, Suri I, Rajnagar CD Block, and Chinpai, Gohaliara, Parulia and Sahapur GPs of Dubrajpur CD Block
- - Dubrajpur SC Dubrajpur municipality, Balijuri, Hetampur, Jashpur, Laxmi Narayanpur, Loba and Paduma GPs of Dubrajpur CD Block and Khoyrasol CD Block
- - All other Vidhan Sabha segments outside Suri Sadar subdivision -
Bolpur SC Labpur None Labpur CD Block, and Ahmedpur, Amarpur, Bhromorkol, Panrui, Sangra and Sreenidhipur GPs of Sainthia CD Block
- - All other Vidhan Sabha segments outside Suri Sadar subdivision -

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