Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Gadchiroli Adminstrative

The district has it's headquarter at Gadchiroli that comes in Nagpur Divison of Vidarbha region in Maharashtra. The Collector Office is situated 4 Km awayfrom the Gadchiroli City on Mul Road. The territory of the district stretches over an area of 14412 Sq.Km.

The district is divided into three (3) Sub Divisions. Those are Gadchiroli, Aheri and Desaiganj (Wadasa). Each sub-division has four talukas.

Divisions in the District
Sr. No. Name of Division Talukas in the Division
1 Gadchiroli Gadchiroli, Dhanora, Chamorshi, Mulchera
2 Aheri Aheri, Sironcha, Etapalli, Bhamragad
3 Desaiganj(Wadsa) Wadsa, Armori, Kurkheda, Korchi

The following table shows the statistics of Sub Divisions, Talukas and Villages per Taluka exist in the district.

Sub Division, Taluka and No. of Vollages per Taluka in the District
Sr No Name of Sub-Division Taluka's in Sub-Division No. of Villages No. of Circles No.of Sazas
1 Gadchiroli 1. Gadchiroli

128


3


24
2. Dhanora

228


3


23
3. Chamorshi

204


4


33
4. Mulchera

68


1


8
2 Desaiganj (Wadsa) 1. Desaiganj

39


1


13
2. Armori

103


3


26
3. Kurkheda

128


2


18
4. Korchi

133


2


17
3 Aheri 1. Aheri

184


3


22
2. Sironcha

148


2


23
3. Etapalli

197


3


22
4. Bhamragad

128


1


10
Total Talukas- 12

1688


29


239

There are totally 1688 revenue villages and 467 Gram Panchayats in the district. District has two Municipalities located at Gadchiroli and Wadsa (Desaiganj) respectively.

Gadchiroli Recruitment


Gadchiroli Recruitment
Good news for candidates or applicants, Z. P. of Gadchiroli vacancies for Gramsevak, Aarogya sevak. kanishth Sahayak, Vistar Adhikari, Parichar, Laghulekhak, Tartantri, etc Last Date Of Application 04/05/2011. full information on this site
http://gadchiroli.nic.in/

Gadchiroli District

Gadchiroli District

Gadchiroli district was carved out on the 26th of August 1982 by the division of erstwhile Chandrapur district. Earlier, it was a part of Chandrapur District and only two places namely Gadchiroli and Sironcha were tahsils of Chandrapur District before the formation of Gadchiroli District.

Gadchiroli district is situated on the North-Eastern side of Maharashtra State & is well known for Naxalite activities; having State borders of Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh close by Naxalites have taken shelter in the dense forest & hills of this district.

Total population of the district is 9,70,294. Male and female population is 4,91,101 and 4,79,193 respectively(As per Census 2001). SC and ST population in the district is 1,08,824 and 3,71,696 (As per 2001 Census ). The literacy rate of district is 60.1%(as per census 2001). The Tribal Community population that resides in the district is 38.3 % ( As per Census 2001).

The district is categoried as Tribal and undeveloped district and most of the land is covered with forest and hills. Forests cover more than 75.96 % of the geographical area of the district. This district is famous for Bamboo and Tendu leaves. Paddy is the main agriculture produce in this district. The other Agriculture Produce in the district are Jwar, Linseed, Tur, Wheat. The Main profession of the people is farming.

There are no large scale Industry in the entire district except the Paper Mill at Ashti in Chamorshi Taluka and Paper Pulp Factory at Desaiganj. Due to this, the district is economically backward There are many Rice Mills in the district as the Paddy is the main agriculture produce here.The Tussar Silk Worm Centre exist in Armori taluka of the district. Only, 18.5 kilometers Railway route passes through the district.