Unlike the rest of Bardhaman district, which lies to the north of the Damodar River, the Khandaghosh-Jamalpur-Raina area lies on the alluvial plains between the Damodar on its northern/ eastern side and the Dwarakeswar River. Khandaghosh CD Block is part of the Khandaghosh Plain, which lies in the south-western part of the district, The Damodar flows through the area. The region has alluvial soil of recent origin. Scheduled Castes numbered 73,478 (38.81%) and Scheduled Tribes numbered 4,345 (2.29%). 31 villages (28.97%) have post offices. A DM is an officer from either Indian Administrative Service (IAS) or West Bengal Civil Service (WBCS), and is appointed by the State Government of West Bengal. All 107 villages (100%) have drinking water supply. It has 1 panchayat samity, 10 gram panchayats, 143 gram sansads (village councils), 111 mouzas and 107 inhabited villages. List of Villages in Ondal Block. ast.director of agril.marketing(administrative)burdwan bubhmp001 superintendent of police, purba bardhaman bubhfh001 accounts officer c.m.o.h. Block Wise Primary Census Abstract Data(PCA)", "Provisional population totals, West Bengal, Table 4, Barddhaman District", "Provisional Population Totals, West Bengal. Ondal Block Pin codes. Others numbered 605 and formed 0.32% of the population. As a result, it has been a flood prone area. While male literacy was 81.55 per cent female literacy was 63.57 per cent. 102 villages (95.33%) have telephones (including landlines, public call offices and mobile phones). There are primary health centres at Khudkuri, PO Sankari (with 4 beds), Kuley (Gayeshpur), PO Chagram (with 10 beds) and Torkona (with 4 beds).  In 2013-14, the total area irrigated in Khandaghosh CD Block was 16,100.23 hectares, out of which 15,232.80 hectares were irrigated by canal water and 867.43 hectares by deep tube wells. , In 2013-14, Khandaghosh CD Block had 142 primary schools with 11,221 students, 6 middle schools with 427 students, 13 high schools with 7,279 students and 11 higher secondary schools with 9,256 students. Other mother-tongues spoken in 2001 were: Odiya (0.3%), Punjabi (0.2%), Koda/Kora (0.2%), Telugu (0.1%), Bhojpuri (0.1%), Nepali (0.1%) and Kurukh/ Oraon (0.1%). Khandaghosh CD Block had 1 general college with 1,123 students and 303 institutions for special and non-formal education with 10,424 students. Decadal growth for Bardhaman district was 14.36 per cent. , Khandaghosh block primary health centre at Khandaghosh (with 15 beds) is the main medical facility in Khandaghosh CD block.  Decadal growth in West Bengal was 17.84 per cent. , In Bardhaman district as a whole Aman paddy constituted 64.32% of the total area under paddy cultivation, while the area under Boro and Aus paddy constituted 32.87% and 2.81% respectively. Muslims numbered 61,482 and formed 32.47% of the population. , Other villages in Khandaghosh CD Block include (2011 census figures in brackets): Badulia (3,905), Sashanga (1,253), Lodna (2,780), Sagrai (1,755), Gopalbera (3,095), Kumirkola (1,731) and Muidhara (1,376). Leaders in the area were Sahedullah and Panchu Guha. All 107 villages (100%) have power supply. Population below 6 years was 21,168. Block Development Officer, Galsi-I Vill.+ P.O – Budbud Dist: Burdwan PIN: 713403 Phone: 0343-2512244 Fax: 0343-2512556 Email: [email protected] , In 2013-14, Khandaghosh CD Block had offices of 9 commercial banks and 3 gramin banks. , A dispensary was set up at Khandaghosh as early as 1804. West Bengal Public library network, an initiative of Department of Mass Education Extension & Library Services, Government of West Bengal, State Central Library, SCL, Digital Archive of rare books, Dspace, Library Network, KOHA, District Libraries, Town Libraries, Century Old Libraries, Government Sponsored Libraries, Community Information Service, CIS, Scholarships, Digital Repository of Books , Large villages (with 4,000+ population) in Khandaghosh CD Block are (2011 census figures in brackets): Khandaghosh (7,717), Berugram (6,852), Bonwai (4,054), Ukhrid (6,896), Sankari (4,776), Onari (6,008), Kamalpur (9,757) and Induti (4,610). , In 2013-14, there were 114 fertiliser depots, 18 seed stores and 55 fair price shops in the CD Block. burdwan bubpwr004 ex.engineer,burdwan north highway division p.w(roads) directorate bublbe003 joint director of employment,dist.emp.exchange,burdwan bubphe001 Table 4", "TRU for all Districts (SC & ST and Total)", "Provisional population totals, West Bengal, Table 5, Bardhaman District", "Census of Indiia 2011: District Census Handbook, Barddhaman", "District Human Development Report: Bardhaman", "District Census Handbook Barddhaman, Census of India 2011, Series 20, Part XII A", "District Human Development Report: South 24 Parganas", "District Human Development Report, Bardhaman", "South Eastern Railway Pink Book 2017-18", "District Census Handbook, Barddhaman, 2011, Series 20, Part XII A", "Groundwater Arsenic contamination in West Bengal-India (20 years study )", List of cities in West Bengal by population, Cities, towns and locations in Purba Bardhaman district, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Khandaghosh_(community_development_block)&oldid=979048699, Community development blocks in Purba Bardhaman district, Articles with Bengali-language sources (bn), Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 18 September 2020, at 13:21.