Jabalpur Government & Politics

A discussion on Jabalpur Government & Politics includes the political parties of the area and the different government institutes of the city. The political parties in Jabalpur include the following:

  • Indian National Congress
  • Bharatiya Janata Party
  • Janata Party
  • GGP

    Apart from these parties, several other regional parties take part in active politics and contest elections in Jabalpur. Jabalpur has one parliamentary constituency and nine assembly constituencies. They are:

  • Bargi
  • Panagar
  • Jabalpur Cantonment
  • Jabalpur East
  • Jabalpur Central
  • Jabalpur West
  • Patan
  • Majholi
  • Sihora

    The government institutes of Jabalpur include the colleges and institutes like;
    • Government Engineering College
    • Government M.H. College of Home Science
    Other government institutes of Jabalpur are:
    • State Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur
    • Tropical Forest Research Institute Jabalpur
    • National Research Center for Weed Science, Jabalpur
    The State Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur is working hard to preserve the wildlife resource of the state. The Tropical Forest Research Institute Jabalpur is also another notable institution with the same mission. The National Research Center for Weed Science, Jabalpur is one of the leading institutes of its kind in the country.

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    Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012



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