Kharsia City



Kharsia is a town in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is one of the subdivisions of the Raigarh district of the state. It is also one of the six tehsils of the district. It is situated at 83.7 E latitude. The longitudinal position of this Indian town is 21.58 N.

The Kharsia town is situated at an average elevation of 220 meters above the sea level. There are three main seasons here, summer, winter and rainy. While the summer months are very hot the weather during the winter months is generally pleasant. The total population of the town of Kharsia is about 129157.

Nand Kumar Patel of the Indian National Congress was elected a member of the legislative assembly from the Kharsia constituency during the state elections of 2003.

There is a Government Arts and Commerce College in Kharsia, Chhattisgarh. It was established in the year 1964. It is reputed for the quality of education provided here. The faculty members here are very helpful and knowledgeable. It is one of the best institutes for higher education in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Many leaders in different walks of life have spent some years of their youth in this college of Kharsia.

There are also some schools of repute in Kharsia of Chhasttisgarh. The government higher secondary school here is an important educational institute of the area. There are also some privately managed schools here.

The presence of many educational institutes is one of the reasons behind Kharsia being considered as one of the most important Chhattisgarh cities.

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Last Updated on : 29th March 2013



     


     

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