Districts  At a glance   Geography  of  the  District  
    Infrastructures   Demographic Details  
    Economy  History  
    Art and Culture of the District   Tourism in District  
       
 

Districts  At a glance

 

Headquarter

Chandrapur

Area

11,443 sq. Km

Population

2194262

Population  Density

155 Per Sq. Km

Literacy

59.41%

No of Talukas

15

No of  Sub Divisions

4

No of Municipalities

6+1=7

No of Villages

1836

Loksabha  Constituencies

2

Assembly Constituencies

6

Number Of Gram Panchayats

847

 

 

    Geography  of  the  District

A)     Location  -

 

North  Latitude

18-4 to 20-5  (19.57’ )

East   Longitude  

78-5 to 80-6  ( 79.18’ )

Altitude  

189

Information regarding adjoining  districts & State boundaries

Direction

Name Of The State

Name Of The district

Specific Remarsk If Any

North

Maharashtra

Nagpur, Bhandara, Wardha

 

South

Andhra Pradesh

Adilabad

 

East

Maharashtra

Gadchiroli

 

West

Maharashtra

Yavatmal

 

 

Total Geographical Area

11,443 sq. Km

Inhabited Area

880 Sq. Kms.

Agricultural  Area

4870 Sq. Kms.

Industrial Area

32.34 Sq. Kms.

Forest Area

3810 Sq. Kms

Wastelands

550 Sq. Kms.

Tribal   Area

 

Non Tribal Area

 

            B)  Climate -

·        Information regarding  temperature, rainfall, seasons

·  Average rainfall and temp in District in year 2011

 

Month

Temperature

Rainfall

 

Max.

Min.

 

Year-2011

49°C.

11.6°C.

Average Rainfall 1142.07 mm.

  

    C) Rivers –

 

                         Information regarding rivers  in District

Rivers

               The entire area of the district falls in the Godavari basin. The area is drained by major tributaries of the Godavari River. The major Tributaries are the Wardha, the Wainganga and the Penganga rivers. The Penganga, flowing along part of the Western boundary, meets the Wardha river near Ghugus to form the Wardha River. It further flows in NW-SE direction finally merging into the Wainganga River at the south eastern corner of the district. After this confluence the river along with their sub tributaries rising in the uplands within the district drain whole area of the district.

 The Wainganga River which flows along the border of Chandrapur and Gadchiroli district is the main river of the district.

                 The Wardha is the only perennial river in the district having the longest river course as compared to the other two major rivers. The main  tributaries of the Wardha river are the Erai rises in the northern part of Warora tahsil and flows along due south over a length of 80 km. till it meets the Wardha just south of Chandrapur at Wardha village.

                 The Penganga flowing along western border takes east west course and then joins the Wardha River at Ghugus. The area occupied by Gadchiroli tahsil and part of Rajura tahsil is drained by the Penganga and its tributaries.

 Thus the main rivers in Chandrapur district are as under:

 Wainganga ,Wardha ,Andhari ,Irai ,Painganga ,Pranhita

 D) Dams-

  

Name of Dam

Location

Capacity

River on which dam is Constructed/ proposed

 

Major Dams

 

 

 

Human

Chircada Tq.Sindewahi

304.76

Human River

 

Medium Dams

 

 

Pakadiguddam

Korgao Tq.Korpana

11.797 mm3

Deoghat nalla

 

Dongargaon

Dongargaon Tq.Rajura

12.441

Local

Nala

Wagholi –Buti lift irrigation Scheme.

 

Saoli District Chandrapur

As L.I.S.

 

No.

As L.I.S Dam

 

Sonapur-Tomta Lift Irrigation

Taluka Gondpipri Dist chandrapur

Do

Do

 

 

 

Minor Dams

 

On going Works

1

Pipri Dixit M I. Tank

Tah. Mul

1.9

2

Bhisipitichua

Tah Chimur

1.52

 

 

 

 

Proposed Works 

 

 

1

Hattigota Med. Project

Tal. Balarpur

30.6

 

2

Bhendala Med Project

Tah. Rajura

27.88

 

3

Nimbughat med project

Tah B’puri

7.42

 

4

Garadi Med Proj.

--\\--

22.60

5

Buti nalla --//--

--\\--

49.84

6

Bamangaon MI Tank

Tah Chimur

2.17

 

7

Bhadga Nalla MI,

Tah Chimur

6.98

8

Nimbala MI Tank

Tah C’pur

1.51

9

Bhendara MI ,,

Tah Rajura

1.42

10

Ballarpur MI

Tah. B’puri

1.35

  

Infrastructures

    A)Transport-
 

·        How to reach the district

 1)     Road links

Chandrapur is also connected to many cities in Maharashtra by MSRTC buses. The buses ply to Nagpur, Gondia, Amravati, Akola, Shirdi, Aurangabad, Nanded, Hyderabad.

      ii) Rail links

Chandrapur is located on main New Delhi-Chennai railway line of Indian Rail. It comes under Nagpur division of the Central Railway. It is connected to Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Nagpur, Jhansi, Agra, New Delhi, Jammu Tawi, Warangal, Vijaywada, Chennai, Kanyakumari, Vadodara, Bangalore, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Puri, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Mumbai by train.

iii) Air routes

Nearest airport is at Nagpur (152 kms). Nagpur airport is linked to Mumbai too.

  

·  Position of all weather connectivity to villages in district

Total No. of villages

1836

No. of villages connected by AW roads

1466

 ·        Major Highlights about transportation in district

 

No. of National Highways

0

Length(in kms) of National Highways

0

State Highways(in kms)

MH MSH 6, MH SH 264, MH MSH 9, MH SH  243,  649.31 Km

No. of ST Depots

11

No. of villages not accessed by S.T

 

No. of Boats

13

No. of Ports

0

No. of Railway Stations

 

No. of Railway Bridges

 

No. of Airports/Airstrips

1

 

a.      Communication- 

                                                               i.      Information regarding the villages having communication facilities.

 

Tahsil

Total Villages

No. of Villages having Post & Telegraph facility

No. of villages having Phone facility.

Total 15 Talukas

1836

Nearly 19.08% of the villages covering 45.30% of the rural population have postal facilities.

 

  

b.     Power-

 

                                                              i.      Information regarding the villages with Electricity facility.

Tahsil Total villages No. of Villages Electrified
Ballarpur 35 32
Gondpipri 98 67
Sindewahi 115 69
Mul 111 79
Chandrapur 103 80
Brahmapuri 140 88
Nagbhir 138 91
Rajura 111 108
Bhadravati 164 119
Korpana 113 120
Warora 184 156
Chimur 259 160
Jiwati 83  
Pombhurna 71  
Saoli 111  
 Total 1836  

C.    Power generation units in the district –

 

Name of unit

Location

Thermal/hydel/any other

Generation capacity

CSTPS Unit 1

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

210 MW

CSTPS Unit 2

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

210 MW

CSTPS Unit 3

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

210 MW

CSTPS Unit 4

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

210 MW

CSTPS Unit 5

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

500 MW

CSTPS Unit 6

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

500 MW

CSTPS Unit 7

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Thermal

500 MW

Solar Unit

Urjanagar Chandrapur

Solar

1 MW

  D)  Education-

·        Information regarding No. of Schools/Colleges & Ashram Schools in the district.

 

Sr. No.

Category

Total Number

1

Primary schools

2246

2

High Schools

442+212

3

Senior Colleges

29

4

Govt. Ashram Schools

77

 

·        Details regarding special schools if any. e.g.,  Sanskrit pathshala, Tailoring & cutting institutes,

·        Details regarding Arts, Commerce, Science, Engineering, Medical & other (D Ed, B Ed, Polytechnic colleges) Colleges.

srno Name Of College Taluka
  Arts and Science Colleges in Chandrapur District  
1 Shri Shivaji Arts Commerce And Science College  Rajura
2 Gurunanak College Of Science  Ballarpur
3 Sardar Patel College Of Social Work  Chandrapur
4 Mahila Arts And Commerce College  Ballarpur
5 Arts And Commece College Gondpipari  Gondpipari
6 Vivekanand Art Commerce College  Bhadravati
7 F.E.S. Girls College  Chandrapur
8 Nilkanthrao Shinde Science And Arts College  Bhadravati
9 Shivaji Arts And Commerce College  Korapna
10 Sarvoday Mahavidyalay  Shindewahi
11 Anand Niketan College Of Science, Arts And Commerce  Varora
12 Nevjabai Hitkarni Mahavidyalay  Brahmpuri
13 Sharad Pawar Atrs And Commerce College  Gadchandur
14 Arts Commerce And Science College Tukum  Tukum
15 Rashtrapita Mahatma Gandhi Arts Commerce And Science College  Saoli
16 Dr. Ambedkar College Of Arts Commerce And Science  Chandrapur
17 Janta College Of Education  Chandrapur
18 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Mahavidyalay  Brahmpuri
19 Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mahavidyalay  Ballarpur
20 Sardar Patel Mahavidyalay  Chandrapur
21 Lokmanya Mahavidyalay  Waroda
22 Shikshan Maharshi Shri Haribhau Jivtode College Of Science Management Studies  Chandrapur
23 Chintamani Mahavidyalay  Pombhurna
24 Shri Govindprabhu Arts And Commerce College  Talodhi Balapur
25 Yadavrao Poshettiwar Mahavidyalay  Talodhi Balapur
26 Govindrao Warjurkar Mahavidyalay  Nagbhid
27 Athavale College Of Social Work  Chimur
28 Karmaveer Mahavidyalay  Mul
29 Chintamani Mahavidyalay Ghuggus  Ghuggus
30 Rashtra Sant Tukdoji Mahavidyalaya  Chimur
31 Shri Dnyanesh Mahavidyalay  Newargaon
32 Vidarbha Atrs Commerce And Science College  Jivati
33 Mahatma Gandhi College Of Science  Gadchandur

 

·        Information regarding University if any,

Nil

E) Health Services-

 

No. of Govt. City Hospitals

18

No. of Govt. Rural Hospitals

19

No. of Primary Health Centers

339

No. of Primary Health Units

58

 

 

Demographic Details

 

Demographic features in district.

 

 

1991

2001

2011

Total No. of Households

 

 

 

Total Population

1768958

2071101

21,94,262

Male Population

907858

1062993

11,20,316

Female Population

661100

1008108

10,73,946

Sex Ratio

948

948

959

Urban Population

496048

665067

14,24,424

Rural Population

1272874

1406034

7,69,838

Population Density

 

155 per sq.kms.

192 per sq.kms.

Literacy Rate

 

59.41 %

81.35

Population Below Poverty Line

 

13.36%

 

Growth Rate

 

 

5.95

 

 

Economy

 

a) Agriculture in district

Area Of the District

11,443 sq. Km

Area Under Cultivation

413000 hect. In 2000-2001

Area under Irrigation

146276 Hect in 2006-07

Land under NA use

132000 Hect

Area under Kharif

 

Area under Rabbi

 

Wasteland

115 Hect

·        Main agriculture crops with cropping period and market area.

 

Sr. No

Type of crops

Name of Crop

Cropping Period

Market(District/State/Export)

1

Major Crops

(Irrigated)

Rice

Jun to November

 

 

 

Kapus

Jun to February

 

 

 

Wheat

November to March

 

 

 

Tur

Jun to February

 

2

Major crops (non-irrigated)

Rice

Jun to Novermber

 

 

 

Kapus

Jun to February

 

 

 

Soyabin

Jun to October

 

 

 

Tur

Jun to February

 

 

 

Mung

Jun to Agust

 

 

 

Rabbi Jawar

September to February

 

 

 

Wheat

November to August

 

 

 

Harbara

November to February

 

 

 

Jawar

October to March

 

 

 

Sun-flower

September to March

 

3

Major cash crops

Kapus

Jun to February

 

 

 

Soyabin

Jun to October

 

·        Information regarding Land Holders

 

Total No. of  Landholders

 

No. of Landholders holding land below 2 hectares

112000

Landholders holding land above 2 hectares but below 10 hectares.

87000

Landholders holding land above 10 hectares

5000

 B) Industry –

 

Industrial Developments of the District

 

·        Existing Large and Medium Scale Units

 

Sr No.

Name of Industry

Location of Industry

Type of Production

1.

Ballarpur Paper Mill

Ballarpur

Paper

2.

Manikgarh Cement factory

Gadchandur

Cement

3.

Ambuja Cement factory

Uparwahi

Cement

4.

Ultratech Cement factory

Awarpur

Cement

5.

A.C.C.Cement factory

Nakoda

Cement

6.

Murli Agro Cement factory

Naranda

Cement

 ·        Details of Main Industries if any e.g. Rice Mills, Saw Mills, Plastic industry etc.

 ·        Information regarding Mines and Minerals in District

 

Sr No.

Name of Mines

Location of Mines

Type of Production

1.

Mahakali colory, Chandrapur

Chandrapur

Coal

2.

Hindusthan Lalpeth Opencast

Chandrapur

Coal

3.

Nandgaon Opencast

Chandrapur

Coal

4.

Karnataka Emta coalmines Ltd.

Bhadrawati

Coal

5.

WCL Dhoptala

Rajura

Coal

6.

WCL Gowari

Rajura

Coal

7.

WCL Majari colory

Majari

Coal

8.

WCL Ghugus

Ghugus

Coal

 

 History

 

A)    About the District- Information regarding brief history of the district.

The district Chandrapur was earlier known as 'Chanda' according to tradition and legend the name of the place was 'Lokapura' which was first changed to ' Indpur' and subsequently to Chandrapur. During the British colonial period it was called Chanda district, which was again changed to its original name 'Chandrapur ' around 1964. Other places of the region in ancient times include wairangad, Kosala, Bhadravati and Markanda. Hindu and Buddhist kings are said to have ruled the area for a long time, Later on Gonds overtook  Dana Chiefs who ruled Chandrapur around 9 th century and Gond Kings ruled the area till 1751 after which Maratha period started. Raghuji Bhosale, the last King of the dynasty, died heirless in 1853 and Nagpur province  together with Chandrapur was declared annexed to British Empire.

  Veer Shah, Chandrapur

 

    In 1854, Chandrapur formed and independent district and in 1874, it comprised of three tehsils Viz Mul, Warora and Bramhpuri. In 1874, however, upper Godavai district of Madras was abolished and four tehsils were added to Chandrapur to form one tehsil with Sironcha as its headquarters. In 1895, the headquarters of one tehsil transferred to MUl to Chandrapur.  A new tehsil with headquarter at  Gadchoroli was created in 1905 by transfer of zamindari estates from Bramhpuri and Chandrapur tehsil. An small zamindari tract from Chandrapur district as transferred to newly from districts in 1907. In the same year and area of about 1560 sq. km. comprising of three divisions of the lower Sironcha tehsil namely Cherla, Albak nad Nugir were transferred to Madras State.

 

Wyal

 

 No major changes occurred in the boundaries of the district or its tehsils between 1911-1955. Consequent upon reorganization of the states in 1956, the district was transferred from Madhya Pradesh to Bombay state. In the same Rajura tehsil, a part of Adilabad district of Hydrabad state, was transferred to Nanded district subsequently it was transferred  to Chandrapur district in  1959. the district became part of the Maharashtra since its creation in May 1960. For administrative convenience and industrial and agricultural development  , this district was again divided into Chandrapur and Gadchiroli district after 1981 census. Chandrapur district now comprises of the tehsil of Chandrapur , Bhadravati, Warora, Chimur, Nagbhir, Bramhpuri, Sindhewahi, Mul, Gondpipri, Pomburna, Saoli, Rajura, Korpana, Jivati  and  Balharshah.

 

B)   Historical and Religious Places in District.

 

Name of Historical or Religious Place

Location

It’s Significance

1. Fort of Gond Raja at Chandrapur

Chandrapur

 

2. Mahakali Temple at Chandrapur

Chandrapur

 

 

 Information of historical and religious centres compiled to assess possible influx of large population on specific occasion. This is important information useful to the district administration for management of transport, health service, sanitary services, fire, law & order problems etc

 

Sr.No Name of Historical Centre Name of Religious Centre It’s Significance
1 Fort of  Gond Raja at Chandrapur   Mahakali Temple at Chandrapur  
2 Manikgadh Fort Tq. Rajura --  
3    Jogapur Maroti Temple  
4 -- Marai Patan  
    (Adya Devat of Tribals)  
5 --  Shankar Deo Temple  
6 --  Shiv Mandir Minghri  
  --  Adyol Tekari  
7 -- Somnath  
8 -- Dabha Kondya Maharaj Yatra  
9 -- Somnath  
10 -- Wadha  
11 --  Balaji Devasthan   
  -- Tukdoji Maharaj Gondoda  
12   Jain Tample Badrawati  
    Bhadreshwar Temple  
13   Ramdegi Gondrani Temple Near Shegaon  

 

 Art and Culture of the District

 

Culture and Religion

 

Mahakali Mandir

Mahakali Mandir in Chandrapur is an icon for Chandrapur. It is symbolic to Chandrapur City and it has prominent place in the heart of people of Chandrapur. Devotes visit Mahakali Mandir every day but Tuesdays are special days to visit Mahakali mandir. There is a small Ganesha temple and Hannuman temple inside the Mahakali Mandir premises. There are two entrances for the temple. The rear entrance has Ganesh and Hanuman temple. Both the entrances have small shops for puja supplies like coconut, flowers and cloth. We get lot of other things for home décor & puja décor items all the time near the temple. There is also Shani temple next to the rear entrance.

 

There are two idols (murthys) in the Mahakali Mandir. One standing murthy is the main idol decorated with red, yellow and orange color cloths. The main idol also associated with Shiv Ling. The second murthy is reclining position. The second idol is actually below the ground level and to reach there, devotes need to walk in kind of a tunnel.

 

Inside the temple the priest will be always there to assist you with puja and offerings. Every year there is a fair during the month of April, during that period all the devotes from different parts of state visit the Mahakali Mandir. Now there is a trust formed to take care of temple administration. There were lot of improvements to the amenities of the temple in last decade. Temple authority has made dharmashalas for devotes to help them stay near the temple for free who travels from distant places of the Chandrapur district.

 

The annual fair that used to happen in the month of April used to be a big festival for the devotees of Mahakali and also for Chandrapur people. There used to be lots of activities and events for all the ages and used to be a time for joy and fun for all the people. There used to be shops selling kitchen gadgets, toys, bangles, imitation jewellry, cloths. Entertainers used to come from different parts of Chandarpur district and various parts of Maharastra state to show entertain the people and show their skills. There used to be small magic shows and circus. The kids used to wait for all the year for this event and which makes it a memorable festival for the family and kids.

 

Marathi Sahitya Sammelan, the conference on Marathi Literature were held once in Chandrapur city. It was presided by President of the Conference Vaman Krushna Chorghade in 1977.

 A)    Local Festivals

 

Name of the festival

Period / Month

It’s Significance

1. Holi

March

 

2. Nagpanchami

July

 

3. Ramzan Id

August

 

4. Pola

August

 

5. Ganesh Chaturthi

September

 

6. Dasara

October

 

7. Diwali

November

 

8. X-mus

December

 

B) Local Cultural Folks

 

C)    Languages Spoken

Banjari, Gondi, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada

 

Website Links of important Departments in the District-

Collector Office Chandrapur --  http://chanda.nic.in

Zilla Parishad Chandrapur     --  zpchandrapur.com/

 

Tourism in District

 

Name of Tourist Place

Distance from city H.Q

How to Reach

Information of the place

Places to visit nearby

Tadoba

45 Km

By Bus

 

 

Ghora Jhari Development Scheme:

106 Km

By Bus

 

 

 


Ancient Caves: 
There are nine ancient caves dating back to the eighth century in Chandrapur. It is believed that the caves were first carved out somewhere during the 8th century. Buddhist monks later used these caves. A large number of Buddhist sculptures can be seen engraved in these caves. 

Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary: 
Chaprala Wildlife Sanctuary spreads over an area of 134.78 sq km. The main attraction of this sanctuary is Giant Indian Squirrels. Best Time to visit this sanctuary is February to May. Prashand Dham at Chaprala, Chaprala Temple, and Markanda Temple are not far from this sanctuary. 

Nearest railway station is at Ballarpur (70 km) on Delhi Madras main line, while nearest airport is at Sonegaon Nagpur (243 km) via Chandrapur. Nearest bus station is at Chandrapur (85 km).

 

 Ghora Jhari Development Scheme:

This lake is Situated in Nagbhir tehsil. It is 6 km from the main Nagpur - Chandrapur highway, 106 km from Chandrapur town and 97 km  from Nagpur. The capacity of the reservoir is 45 cusecs of water.

 


Junona Development Scheme:

This is the spot 15 km away from  Chandrapur Town. The facilities for boating, restaurants, parks and garden well developed.

 
Fossil Park at Dongargaon Kheri enroute to Warora:

Anandwan Ashram At Warora:

Warora town has come into prominence due to location of the "Anandvan Ashram". Well known Social worker and Maharashtrabhushan Shri Baba Amte whose services and efforts for the rehabilitation and care of leprosy patients have earned him worldwide recognition. Foreign tourists in large numbers often visit Anandvan Ashram. See more details Photos

 

 Tourists Places At Bhadravati

Bhadravati Temple:
This ancient temple is situated at is situated in the heart of the city. Devotees throng the temple throughout the year.

Jain Temple:
This temple in the town is very popular with the community. It has very beautiful sculptures. This temple is located as Bhadravati village. It is 32 kilometers from Chandrapur town on Central Railways. This temple is said to be extremely old, but exact period when it was built is not known. There are several other idols in the temples, which were recovered in digging the earth.

Ganesh Temple:
This is also an ancient temple and is visited by large number of devotees throughout the year. The temple architecture and sculptures are major tourist attraction.

 Vijasan Hills:

 


Few more

There are several Buddha temples here. Which are very attractive. The atmosphere here is very serene and claim.

 

    *  Tadoba-Andhari National Park
    * Mahakali Temple
    * Somnath , Mul
    * Anandwan , Warora
    * Ramala Talav
    * Jain Temple (Parshavnath), Bhadrawati
    * Nag Mandir, Bhadrawati
    * Anchaleshwar (Shiv) Temple, Chandrapur
    * Erai Dam
    * Ekvira Temple
    * Ram Mandir

 

 10) Photo Gallery/Photos of Historical, Religious and Tourist Places, Main Industries

 

 

Tourist Attractions in Chandrapur

 

Chandrapur city is located on south central region of India in Maharashtra state. Chandrapur has a population of approx 3.75 lakhs. It is about 150 km from Nagpur, which is two and a half hours' journey by rail on Delhi-Madras route via Nagpur. Nearest airport is at Sonegaon (140 km) from the city. 

Having Super Thermal Power Station, the largest one in India, Chandrapur city is enriched with different minerals. Coal, Timbers, Tendu Leaves and other forest produces are main resources of this region. Summers are very hot and winters are chilly. 

 
Tourist Attractions

 

Tadoba National Park and Andhari Tiger Project (45 km away) are the places of interests around Chandrapur city. Ramala Talav Garden is newly developed place for all ages, especially for kids. See more details 

 

 

Goddess Mahakali Temple is very famous and old temple in Chandrpur. In the month of April on Hanuman Jayanti thousands of pilgrimage come from different parts of the India. In hot summer days people queued for the worship of Mahakali Mata. At least four to five hours they are queued for the Mata's Darshan. Different Organizations and social workers help people in numerous ways by providing drinking water facilities, Prasad, Accomodation etc  See more details
 

 

11) Revenue Administration

.

·        Organizational tree of collectorate
 

          Collector

 Additional Collector      

           RDC          DRO        DSO    SLAO etc

          

·              Officers in collectorate and their duties.

Designation of the Officer

Duties

Phone No.

1. Collector

 

253300

2. Additional Collector

 

256101

3. Resident Dy.Collector

 

255400

4. District Supply Officer

 

252272

5. S.Land aquisation Officer

 

--

5. S.D.O.Chandrapur

 

251401

6. S.D.O.Warora

 

282016

7. S.D.O.Rajura

 

222123

8. S.D.O.Bramhapuri

 

272028

 ·              Organizational Setup of the district

Sr No. Name of the Sub-Divsion Talukas in No. of Villages No. of Circles in Talukas No. of sazas
     Sub-division in Talukas    
1 Chandrapur Chandrapur 103 3 15
    Saoli 111 3 17
    Ballarpur 35 1 5
    Gondpipari 98 2 13
    Pombhurna 71 1 9
    Mul 111 3 17
2 Warora Warora 184 6 36
    Bhadrawati 164 6 34
    Chimur 259 7 40
3 Rajura Rajura 111 2 15
    Korpana 113 2 13
    Jiwati 83 2 12
4 Bramhapuri Bramhapuri 140 5 28
    Sindewahi 115 3 20
    Nagbhid 138 4 25
    TOTAL:- 1836 50 299

 

12 Development Administration

·        CEO

                                                       Additional CEO

       Dy CEO                DHO                EO(Primary)        EO(Secondary)        etc

 

 13)  Schemes At a Glance- Details regarding various Certificates issued & schemes implemented by Collector office & ZP office.

                          A)  Certificates

 

Sr No.

Name of the Certificate

Authority to contact

Office Address

Documents Required

Time- Period

Download Form

1.

Caste Certificate

SDO

SDO Chandrapur,

Warora,Bramhapuri,

Rajura

 

 

 

2.

Income Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

3.

Domecial Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

4.

Solvency Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

5.

Birth/Death Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

6.

Nationality Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

7.

Agriculture Certificate

Tahsildar

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

8.

Royalty Clearance Certificate

 

Tahsildar (All)

 

 

 

 B)    Schemes

 

Sr No.

Name of the Scheme

Authority to contact

Office Address

1.

Sanjay Gandhi Niradhar Anudan Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

2.

Shrawanbal Seva Rajya Niwrutti Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

3.

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Wrudhapkal Niwrutti vetan Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

4.

Rashtriya kutumb labh Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

5.

Am adami vima Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

6.

Scholorship for  son and daughter of Am adami vima Yojana

Tahsildar SGY

Collector Office

Chandrapur

 

C)   Details of the Special Scheme Implemented by the Collector

14) RTI Information

 

·        Information regarding various branches under RTI act,

 

1)      Election Branch

2)      Land/Encrochment Branch

3)      Rehabitation

4)      EGS

5)      District Supply Office

6)      Land aquisation

7)      Sub-Divisional Office

8)      Tahsil Office

   

·        Branch wise details of the information officer, appellate officer of the collector office & ZP office.

 

Branch wise details of the information officer, appellate officer of the collector office

 

Name of Office/Branch

Information Officer

Appellate Officer

1. Election Branch

Dy.Election Officer

Additional Officer

2. Land/Encroachment

Dy.Collector, (Land)

--‘’--

3. Rehabitation

District Rehabitation Officer

--‘’--

4. EGS

Dy.EGS Officer

--‘’--

5. District Supply Office

District Supply Officer

--‘’--

6. Land aquisation

District Land aquisation Officer

--‘’--

7. Other Collector Office Department

Resident Dy.Officer

--‘’--

8. Sub-Division  Office

Sub-Divisional Officer, Chandrapur

--‘’--

Sub-Divisional Officer, Warora

Sub-Divisional Officer, Bramhapuri

Sub-Divisional Officer, Rajura

9. Tahsil Office - Chandrapur,Mul,Saoli,

    Gondpipari, Pombhurna,Ballarpur

Tahsildar Chandrapur,Mul,Saoli,

           Gondpipari, Pombhurna,Ballarpur

Sub-Divisional Officer,Chandrapur

10.Tahsil Office – Warora, Bhadrawati,  

      Chimur

Tahsildar Warora, Bhadrawati, Chimur

Sub-Divisional Officer,Warora

11. Tahsil Office–Bramhapuri, Sindewahi,

      Nagbhid

Tahsildar Bramhapuri, Sindewahi,

      Nagbhid

Sub-Divisional Officer,Bramhapuri

12. Tahsil Office- Rajura, Korpana,Jiwati

12. Tahsildar  Rajura, Korpana,Jiwati

Sub-Divisional Officer,Rajura