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Madhya Pradesh At a Glance


Madhya Pradesh At a Glance

Madhya Pradesh At a Glance

No:1. Geographically, Madhya Pradesh is the second-largest state of the country and it is spread over an area of about 9.38 percent of the total area of the country i.e. 307.56 lakh hectares.

No:2. The state has got rich forest wealth, while about 25.21 percent of the gross geographical area is covered by forests.

No:3. Important points are given here for all the competitive exams of the Madhya Pradesh government.

No:4. With the help of which you can easily get success in any examination. so let's know

Important Points

No:1. Location : In the middle of the country.

No:2. Area : 3,08,245 km2

No:3. Population : 7,26,26,809 (2011 Census) in which 3,76,12,306 male and 3,50,14,503 female.

No:4. Geographical Location : 21°-6' North latitude to 26°-54' North latitude and 74° East Longitude to 82°-47' East Longitude.

No:5. Capital : Bhopal.

No:6. Formation : 1st November, 1956.

No:7. Present Shape : 31st October, 2000.

No:8. Nomenclature : Being situated in the middle of the country named Madhya Pradesh, also known as a ‘Heart State’.

No:9. Length of the State : From East to West 870 km, from North to South 605 km.

No:10. Rural Population : 5,25,57,404 (72·4%).

No:11. Urban Population : 2,00,69,405 (27·63%).

No:12. Scheduled Caste Population : 1,13,42,320(15·6%) (2011).

No:13. Scheduled Tribe Population : 1,53,16,784 (21·1%) (2011).

No:14. Sex Ratio : 931 (2011) persons per 1000.

No:15. Density of Population : 236 (2011) persons per km2.

No:16. State Language : Hindi.

No:17. Other Languages of the State : Urdu and other regional languages.

No:18. Boundaries : Uttar Pradesh in the North, Chhattisgarh in the East and North- East, Maharashtra in the South and Rajasthan and Gujarat in the East.

No:19. Literacy : 69·3% (2011 Census), Male–78·7%, Female–59·2%

No:20. Divisions : 10. Chambal, Gwalior, Bhopal, Ujjain, Indore, Sagar, Rewa, Jabalpur, Narmadapuram, Shahdol.

No:21. Districts : 52

No:22. No. of M.Ps. (Lok Sabha) : 29

No:23. Member of Upper House (Rajya Sabha) : 11

No:24. No. of M.L.A’s : 230

No:25. Important Cities : Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain

No:26. Important Railway Junctions : Bhopal, Jabalpur, Indore, Katni, Itarsi, Bina, Ratlam, Hoshangabad, Shahdol, Khandwa.

No:27. Aerodrome : Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur, Khajuraho. (There is no international aerodrome in State).

No:28. State tree : Banyan tree (Batt tree or Badh tree).

No:29. State bird : Paradise flycatcher

No:30. State animal : Antelope.

No:31. State Day : 1st November.

No:32. State High Court : Jabalpur (Indore and Gwalior bench).

No:33. Governor of the State : Anandi Ben Patel.

No:34. Chief Minister of the State : Shiv Raj Singh Chauhan

No:35. Smallest District : Harda

No:36. Samllest Divison : Narmadapuram

No:37. Biggest District : Indore

No:38. District with highest density : Bhopal and Indore

No:39. District with lowest density : Dindori

No:40. Smallest Tehsil : Ajaigarh

No:41. Smallest Division : Narmadapuram

No:42. The only hill station : Panchmadi

No:43. The only Hemp producing district : Khandwa

No:44. The only opium producing district : Mandsaur

No:45. The only district where Diamond is found : Panna

No:46. The only district where white tiger is found : Rewa

No:47. Largest circulated news paper : Nai-Dunia

No:48. First National Park : Kanha-Kisli (Mandla)

No:49. Biggest Railway junction : Itarsi

No:50. Largest Coal Reserve : Sohagpur

No:51. Longest Bridge : Mahanadi Bridge (Tawa River)

No:52. Near Hoshangabad : 1322-56 meters

No:53. First University : Dr. Hari Singh Gaur University Sagar

No:54. Biggest Mosque : Tazul Mosque (Bhopal)

No:55. First Medical College in Gwalior 1946 : Gajra-Raje Medical College

No:56. First Tribal Communication Research Centre : Jhabua

No:57. First State to Nationalize Forest : Madhya Pradesh

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