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Bokaro district

Bokaro district jharkhand
Bokaro District

Bokaro district is one of the most industrialized areas in India. This is one of twenty-four districts of Jharkhand state, India. Established in 1991, a subdivision was formed in 1991 with two blocks from Dhanbad district and six blocks from Giridih district. Bokaro Steel City is the district headquarters.Bokaro district covers geographical area of ​​2883 sq. Km. The average height of the land is 210 meters above sea level. The population of the district is approximately 2 million (2011 census). Bokaro is famous for its steel plant, which is the largest in Asia. It is the fourth integrated public sector steel plant of India built with Soviet help.It is also famous for its quality educational system and Luigu Buuru (Santal's father). Apart from this, it is also a popular tourist destination for people of eastern region and foreigners. Steel Authority of India, Bharat Refractories Limited, Hindustan Steelworks Construction Limited, Damodar Valley Corporation, subsidiary companies of Coal India Limited, Bokaro,Electrosteel Castings Limited, Bokaro Power Supply Company Pvt. Ltd. (BPSCL), Indian Explosive Limited, JP Group, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation are many more. It is currently a part of the District Red Corridor.

                                                           
Deputy Commissioner,Bokaro
Bokaro I.A.S
Mrityunjay Kumar Baranwal, I.A.SDeputy Commissioner

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District Profile

District Profile
NameDetails
District Formation1991
No. of parliamentary Constituency2
No. of Assembly Constituency5
No. of Sub Division2
No. of Block9
No. of Gram panchayat249
No. of Revenue Village635
Municipal Corporation1
Municipal Council1
Total Geographical area(sq.km)2883
% Area under Forest
% Area under mining
Agriculture land Available in District
Total Population20,62,330
Urban Population10,78,686
Rural Population9,83,644
Schedule Castes236,472
Schedule Tribes218,600
Backward Classes715 per sq.km
Density of Population72.01
% of Literacy72.01%
Male1,072,802
Female989,523
Sex Ratio922

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