Jharkhand District Map


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District Map of Jharkhand

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District Map of Jharkhand Jamshedpur City Map Dhanbad City Map Ranchi City Map Godda Sahibganj Pakaur Dumka Jamtara Deoghar Giridih Dhanbad Bokharo Kodarma Haziribagh Ramgarh Chatra Ranchi Khunti West Singhbhum Saraikela East Singhbhum Simdega Gumla Lohardaga Latehar Palamu Garhwa UTTAR PRADESH CHHATTISGARH ODISSA BANGLADESH WEST BENGAL BIHAR
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Jharkhand , located in eastern India, was carved out of the state of Bihar on November 15th 2000. The capital city of Jharkhand is Ranchi, with Dumka as its sub-capital, while Jamshedpur as its largest and industrial city.
Other important cities of Jharkhand are Dhanbad, Bokaro and Hazaribagh. The population of Jharkhand is 32,966,238 (2011 census) and covers an area of 79,714 km sq.

Districts and Administration in Jharkhand: Jharkhand has 24 districts, which are grouped into 5 divisions. Each district of Jharkhand is headed by a District Magistrate or a Deputy Commissioner, on officer from the Indian Administrative Service. The District Magistrate or Deputy Commissioner is assisted by a number of officials from the Indian Administrative Service. A Superintendent of Police, an officer from the Indian Police Service is responsible for the law and order in the district.

Tourism in Jharkhand: Jharkhand is blessed with natural beauty and has many hills, forests, temples and wildlife sanctuaries. Some of Jharkhand's popular tourist attractions are Ranchi Hills, Dassam Falls, Sun Temple, Deogarh, Hazaribagh and Jamshedpur among others.

List of Districts in Jharkhand



S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1BokaroBokaro2,062,33092272.01%
2ChatraChatra1,042,88695360.18%
3DeogharDeoghar1,492,07392564.85%
4DhanbadDhanbad2,684,48790974.52%
5DumkaDumka1,321,44297761.02%
6East SinghbhumJamshedpur2,293,91994975.49%
7GarhwaGarhwa1,322,78493560.33%
8GiridihGiridih2,445,47494463.14%
9GoddaGodda1,313,55193856.4%
10GumlaGumla1,025,21399365.73%
11HazaribaghHazaribagh1,734,49594769.75%
12JamtaraJamtara791,04295464.59%
13KhuntiKhunti531,88599763.86%
14KodermaKoderma716,25995066.84%
15LateharLatehar726,97896759.51%
16LohardagaLohardaga461,79098567.61%
17PakurPakur900,42298948.82%
18PalamuDaltonganj1,939,86992863.63%
19RamgarhRamgarh949,44392173.17%
20RanchiRanchi2,914,25394976.06%
21SahibganjSahebganj1,150,56795252.04%
22Saraikela KharsawanSeraikela1,065,05695667.7%
23SimdegaSimdega599,57899767.99%
24West SinghbhumChaibasa1,502,338100558.63%


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Last Updated on : March 21, 2017






     


     

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