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Facts of Kasganj (Kanshiram Nagar) District
StateUttar Pradesh
DistrictKasganj (Kanshiram Nagar)
District HQKasganj
Population (2011)1436719
Growth16.93%
Sex Ratio880
Literacy61.02
Area (km2)1955
Density (/km2) 736
Tehsils Kasganj, Patiyali, Sahawar
Lok Sabha Constituencies Etah
Assembly Constituencies 3-Amanpur, Kasganj, Patiyali
Languages Hindi, Urdu
Rivers ---
Lat-Long 27.804917,78.643717
Travel Destinations Nadrai Ka Pul, 84 Man Ka Ghanta, Prabhu Park, Chamunda Mandir, Kali Mandir, Bhuteshwar Mandir And Hulka Mandir etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Dr. Islam Majeed Degree College, Ch. Shri Ram Yadav Degree College, Hajjan Sadika Begam Degree College, K.C. Adarsh Degree College, Shri S.S. Degree College, Shri P.L. Degree College, Shri C.R. Singh Degree College, Sir M.U. Degree College, Dr. R. Siddhartha Degree College, Smt. Genda Devi Degree College, Ch. R.P. Yadav Degree College, Govt. Degree College, Dr. R.M. Lohiya Degree College, M.R. Degree College etc.



Last Updated on : January 30, 2018





     


     

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