- Arwal district
State Bihar, India Administrative division Magadh Headquarters Arwal Area 4,839 km2 (1,868 sq mi) Population 589,476 (2001) Population density 918 /km2 (2,380 /sq mi) Urban population Nil Literacy 45 per cent Sex ratio 995 Lok Sabha Constituencies Jahanabad Major highways NH 98, NH 110 Official website
The district is infested with Naxalites, which is one factor that hampers growth of the area besides lack of infrastructure and power. Communism is yet another factor where there is always a tussle between high class and low class of society. There had been a very heinous massacre of Dalit people at Laxmanpur Bathe in 1997. It is currently a part of the Red Corridor.
Arwal is the unique district of Bihar in the sense of quality of water and its greater availability .As per survey done by the experts underground water of arwal is completely free from the impurities.Water is available at most of the place at much sallower depths this is the reason why most of the households of arwal use to install handpumps in stead of motors snd storage.Excellent transportation,Son river and huge availability of water in Arwal may provide suitable conditions to establishment of industries.
Economy of the district is totally agriculture-based, and this area does not have any presence of any industry. Paddy, wheat and pulse are the main crops. Though most of the area of the district is well irrigated, due to lack of infrastructure and power, farmers are not benefitted.
The five block divisions are Arwal, Karpi, Kaler, Kurtha and Suryapur Vanshi.
Nearest airport is at Patna and railway station is at Jehanabad. By road, Arwal is linked with Jehanabad, Patna and Aurangabad transport by road.Another major road link is going to start in few months which will connect Arwal with Bhojpur areas after completion of mega son river bridge project.It is having excellent communication facility with other cities of India. NH98 which passes through arwal connects NH2.
According to the 2011 census Arwal district has a population of 699,563, roughly equal to the nation of Bhutan or the US state of North Dakota. This gives it a ranking of 502nd in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 1,099 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,850 /sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 19.01 %. Arwal has a sex ratio of 927 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 69.54 %.
Being a small district, Arwal has lesser place of interest where you can drop and enjoy the monuments but it offers a scenic and true India in rainy season when paddy is cultivated and farms are full of greenery. Besides, a leisure walk can be taken for hours on the banks of river Son.
Arwal has literacy level of 45%.The level of primary and middle education is satisfactory,but in higher education district has not very good representation.However persons belongings to this district are at higher level like IAS,IITians,top professionals too.It has 3 college,39 high school,187 middle school and 282 primary school under state govt of bihar.Students of this districts are really meritorious it can be judged by excellent representation in matric exams in bihar by producing toppers,producing IITians and top professionals but due to lack of facilities it witnesses low %of success.Some important CBSE Schools/coaching institutes for matric and intermediate located in arwal dist headquarter are-
Assembly of God School of Learning,Arwal,
Oxford Public School,Arwal,
Progressive Coaching Centre(PCC), Arwal/Baidrabad,
Guiding Star coaching centre (GSI),Arwal
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- ^ "Island Directory Tables: Islands by Land Area". United Nations Environment Program. 1998-02-18. http://islands.unep.ch/Tiarea.htm. Retrieved 2011-10-11. "Foley Island 637km2"
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Bhojpur district Patna district Rohtas district Jehanabad district Arwal district Aurangabad district Gaya district Divisions and districts of Bihar, India Bhagalpur: Darbhanga: Kosi: Magadh: Munger: Patna: Purnia: Saran: Tirhut: Cities and towns in Magadh Division Arwal district Aurangabad district Gaya district Jehanabad district Nawada district See alsoMagadh division topics Cities and towns
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