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District Profile

District Profile of Hoshangabad

How District Got Its Name:


The district takes its own name from the headquarters  town Hoshangabad which was founded by "SULTAN HUSHANG SHAH GORI", the second king of Mandu (Malwa) in ealry 15th century.

Location:


Hoshangabad district lies in the central Narmada Valley and on the northern fringe of the Satpura Plateau. It lies between the parallels of 22 degree 15 minute and 22 degree 44 minute east. In shape, it is an irregular strip elongated along the southern banks of Narmda river. Its greatest length from south-east to north-east is 160 kms

Geographical Information:

Geography & Climate
Latitude 21o 53″ to 22o 59″
Longitude 76o 47″ to 78o 44″
Height from Sea Level 331 mts.
Average Rainfall 1343.6 mm.
Temperature (Avg Max)
(Avg Min)
32o C  to 19o C
Area & Population
Geographical Area 5408.23 sq.km.
Forest Area 2229.74 sq.km.
Total Populated Villages 923 Nos.
Tehsils 8 Nos.
Blocks 7 Nos.
Total Gram Panchayats 428 Nos.
Total Zanpad Panchayats 7 Nos.
No.of Urban Areas 11 Nos.
Total Municipals 4 Nos.
Total Populations 12,40,975 Nos.
Total Rural Population 8,51,126 Nos.
Total Urban Population 3,89,849 Nos.
Total Males 6,48,970 Nos.
Total Females 5,92,005 Nos.
Commercial Banks
Total Nationalized Banks 94 Nos.
Total Co-operative Banks 13 Nos.
Land Development Banks 8 Nos.
Post/Sub-Post Offices 175 Nos.
Telephone Connections 12561 Nos.
Agriculture
Net Sown Area 291785 hect.
Double Cropped Area 179557 hect.
Net Irrigated Area 227795 hect.
Education
Primary Schools 960 Nos.
Middle Schools 207 Nos.
Senior Secondary Schools 69 Nos.
Colleges 11 Nos.
Enrolled Studenets in Colleges 10221 Nos.
Technical College (Polytechnic) 01 No.
I.T.I. 02 Nos.
Public Health & Family Welfare
Health Centres 17 Nos.
Sub-Health Centres 150 Nos.
Ayurvedic Hospitals 39 Nos.
Homeopathic Dispensaries 6 Nos.
Community Health Centres 3 Nos.
Literacy(as per Census-2001)
Total (Literates :6,35,839) 76.5 %
Male  (Literates :3,88,376) 85.2 %
Female(Literates:2,47,463) 67.0 %

 

River/Lake:

In Hoshangabad district, there are two main rivers namely the  Narmada and the Tawa., which join each other at the village Bandra Bhan. In the spot, a holy mela also organise on the occassion of Kartik purnima. Other small rivers are the Dudhi and the Denwa.A very big lake is also at Pachmarhi, which is one of the main tourist place of the district and it is open for boating for all tourists.

Boundaries: 

Northern boundary of the district is river Narmada. Across this the district of Raisen and Sehore lies. The district of Betul lies in the south, where as the Harda district faces with the western and south-western boundaries and Narsingpur and Chhindwara districts, close to the north-eastern and south-eastern sides of the district respectively.

Climate: 

The climate of Hoshangabad district is normal. All the seasons come in the district. An average height from the sea level is 331 mts.and avearge rain fall is 134 cms. The average maximum and minimum temperatures are 32 deg.C and 19 deg.C respectively. Overall, the climate of the district is neither more hot nor more cool except the winter season of the Pachmarhi.

Approach Road/Rail

Hoshangabad is freely connected by road and rail from the state capital, Bhopal and it is about 70 kms. away from it. It is connected by rail with all major cities of the state. One of its tehsil namely Itarsi is linked with all major cities of the country due to main railway junction of the central railway, which is 18 kms. far away from the district head-quarter. From Itarsi, you can also move to Pachmarhi by road, which is one of the most popular tourist spot of the district.

Hoshangabad Dist. Profile

S.N.

                              Land

         Area

1

Total geographical area

668690

2

Cultivated area

325500

3

Forests

256100

4

Pasture

26300

5

Land reform able for cultivation

7610

6

Fellow Land

5390

7

Waste Land

2620

 General Information

S.N.

Particular

No.

1

Tehsil

8

2

Block

7

3

Gram Panchayat

424

4

Village

926

 Farmer classification

(on the basis of agricultural computation of 2010-11)

1

General

        107346

2

SC

15973

3

ST

12904

Total Farmers

136223

1

Marginal

44215

2

Small

40771

3

Other

51237

           Crops area 2017

S.N

Season

Area in ha.

1

Kharif Area

296950

2

Rabi Area

325500

 Input content distribution center

S.N

                Particular

Unit

1

Collection center

5

2

co-operative Council

99

3

Seed Producer Co-operative Societies

39

4

Private & Co-operative Fertilizer Dealer

242

5

Private pesticide drug dealer

354

6

Private Seed Dealer

255

Average rainfall (May 2017 position) in mm

Block (centre)

2016-17

Seoni malwa

2629.0

Kesla

1276.4

Hoshangabad

1862.3

Babai

968.0

Sohagpur

1559.0

Pipriya

1307.0

Bankhedi

1251.0

Sohagpur

2477.0

 Irrigation Status

Block

 

Area irrigated from other sources

 

Net irrigated area from all sources   

 

More than once irrigated area

 

Gross irrigated area

 

 

 

Net irrigated percentage from  net  sown area

 

Hoshangabad

5635

77310

10564

87874

98

Babai

824

24104

4400

28504

99

Kesla

4206

42895

25322

68217

99

Seoni malwa

2467

46281

29813

76094

99

Sohagpur

880

43102

23946

67048

99

Pipriya

1206

37997

26846

64843

99

Bankhedi

58

40263

31407

71670

99

Total

15276

311952

152298

464250

99

 Kharif crop area and their % in Hoshangabad District  in 2017

Name of crops

Area in ha

Area in %

Rice

138620

51.081

Maize

19100

7.038

Sorghum

610

0.225

Small millets

320

0.118

Black gram

40080

14.769

Green gram

6580

2.425

Pigeon pea

22200

8.181

Soybean

39000

14.371

Sesame/ramtil

160

0.059

Groundnut

10

0.004

Sugarcane

4500

1.658

Sericulture

191

0.070

Total area

296950

100

 Rabi crop area and their % in Hoshangabad District  in 2017

Name of crops

Area in ha

Area in %

Wheat

276900

86.23

Chickpea

12844

4.00

Mustard

            4800

1.49

Sugarcane

4500

1.40

Lentil

3610

1.12

Pea

2500

0.78

Linseed

1450

0.45

Horti

14509

4.52

Other

4386

1.37

Total area

325500

100

 Major Cropping system in district 

S.N

Cropping system

Gross  sown area

Intensity %

1

Rice-Wheat-Green gram

381646

117.24%

2

Black gram -wheat

80160

24.62%

3

Soybean-Wheat

68000

23.96%

4

Pigeon pea, Sesame, Maize,

 Fellow-wheat

60140 Crop+fellow  (42400+17740)

18.47%

 

 Problem Identified by KVK through Cropping System 

S.N

Cropping system

Problem

1

Rice-Wheat-Green gram

Low yield due to use of old variety, high seed rate, lack of technical knowledge of improved package and practice

Application of imbalance fertilizer doses

Heavy incidence of sucking insect pest in nursery

Lack of technical knowledge among farmers about residue management

No used of mechanization through improved technology

2

Soybean-Wheat

 

Water logging during August affects Soybean growth and yield

Use of disease susceptible varieties JS-9305 and JS-9560

Moisture stress  (Irregular and log dry spall of rainfall )

Soybean cultivation area shifting in rice cultivation

3

Black gram-Wheat

 

Area under Black gram reduced drastically due to Incidence of YMV

Low yield due to use of old variety, high seed rate, lack of technical knowledge of improved package and practice(seed treatment Bio-fertilizer ,Bio-pesticide).

 Interventions for related problem in cropping system

1

Rice-Wheat-Green gram

Interventions

 

Low yield due to use of old variety, high seed rate, lack of technical knowledge of improved package and practice

Assessment of SRI in JHR-19 variety of rice (under rice-wheat cropping system)

Application of imbalance fertilizer doses

Assessment of soil test based nutrient management in transplanted rice through ammonium phosphate 

Heavy incidence of sucking insect pest in nursery

Assessment of insecticides- Imaidaclorpid as seed treatment, in Rice for management of sucking insect pests in nursery

Lack of technical knowledge among farmers about residue management

Assesment of 'WhatsApp message  for Dissemination of crop residue management through Seder  in wheat crops

2

Black gram-Wheat

Interventions

 

Area under Black gram reduced drastically due to Incidence of YMV

Assessment of IPM for YMV in Black gram

Low yield due to use of old variety, high seed rate, lack of technical knowledge of improved package and practice(seed treatment Bio-fertilizer ,Bio-pesticide).

Assessment of improved variety Shekhar 2 under recommended package and practice

 Interventions for related problem

S.N

CROP

Problem

 

Interventions

 

1

Pigeon pea

 

Low yield due to use of old variety, high seed rate, lack of technical knowledge of improved package and practice.

 

1. Assessment of ridge and furrow planting method in pigeon pea under water logging condition

2. Assessment of soil test based nutrient management in pigeon pea

3. Assessment of management of pod borer complex by timely application of insecticides

2

Green gram

 

Low yield due to use of old variety

 

Assessment of Improved variety HUM-12 of Green gram 

Less yield of Green gram due to imbalance use of fertilizer

Assessment of soil test based nutrient management in Green gram

Area under green  gram reduced due to Incidence of YMV

Assessment of IPM for YMV in  green gram

3

Chickpea

Low yield due to use of old variety

Assessment of Improved variety JGK-5 Chickpea (under Chickpea-summer green gram cropping system)

Low plant population due severe incidence of wilt reduces the yield of Chickpea

Assessment of Trichoderma viride for wilt management in chickpea

Low yield of chickpea due to  attack of gram pod borer

Assessment of IPM module for management of gram pod borer in chickpea

  Horticulture Crops  area & production & their Share % In Hoshangabad Dist.

S.N

Name of crop

 

Area(ha.)

 

%

 

Production (MT)

%

 

1

Fruits Crops

4727.25

32.58

70504.58

31.27

2

Vegetable Crops

8386

57.80

140856.5

62.48

3

Spice crops

1145

7.89

11598

5.14

4

Flower Crops

251.6

1.73

2488.5

1.10

Total

14509.85

 

225447.58

 

 Fruits Crops area &  production in Hoshangabad Dist. 2016-17

S.N

Crops Name

Area (ha)

%

Production (MT)

%

1

Mango

1436

30.38

10055

14.26

2

Orange

756

15.99

12096

17.16

3

Lemon

615.75

13.03

          12622.87

17.90

4

Guava

546

11.55

12099.07

17.16

5

Ber

417

8.82

4913.56

6.97

6

Jack fruit

267

5.65

3204

4.54

7

Aonla

207

4.38

1914.75

2.72

8

Papaya

163

3.45

8139.58

11.54

9

Watermelon

48

1.02

1176

1.67

10

Sweet Orange

56.5

1.20

706.25

1.00

11

Banana

34

0.72

1360

1.93

12

Muskmelon

33

0.70

841.5

1.19

13

Pomegranate

20

0.42

160

0.23

14

Other Fruits

128

2.71

1216

1.72

Total

4727.25

 

70504.58

 

 Vegetable Crops area &  production in Hoshangabad Dist. 2016-17

S.N

Crops Name

Area (ha)

%

Production (MT)

%

1

Okra

2004

23.90

25050

17.78

2

Tomato

1963

23.41

50056.5

35.54

3

Pea

842

10.04

7578

5.38

4

Bottle gourd

786

9.37

12183

8.65

5

Chilly

711

8.48

5972

4.24

6

Onion

652

7.77

16626

11.80

7

Potato

319

3.80

7018

4.98

8

Cauliflower

301

3.59

4816

3.42

9

Cabbage

226

2.69

4633

          3.29

10

Green leafy Veg.

181

2.16

995

0.71

11

Brinjal

102

1.22

2040

1.45

12

Colocasia

96

1.14

1104

0.78

13

Bitter gourd

74

0.88

1110

0.79

14

Pumpkin

25

0.30

375

0.27

15

Other Vegetables

104

1.24

1300

0.92

Total

8386

 

140856.5

 

 Spices Crops area &  production in Hoshangabad Dist. 2016-17

S.N

Crops Name

Area (ha)

%

Production (MT)

%

1

Garlic

410

26.81

4305

37.12

2

Red chili

307

11.35

3453

29.77

3

Ginger

130

9.08

2015

17.37

4

Coriander

104

5.94

195

1.68

5

Turmeric

68

11.0

1394

12.02

6

other spices

126

0

236

2.03

Total

1145

100

11598

100

 Flower Crops area &  production in Hoshangabad Dist. 2016-17

S.N

Crops Name

Area (ha)

%

Production (MT)

%

1

Marigold

109

43.32

1035.5

41.61

2

Rose

58

23.05

609

24.47

3

Gladiolus

12

4.77

123

4.94

4

Tube Rose

0.6

0.24

1

0.04

5

Other flower

72

28.62

720

28.93

Total

2516

100

2488.5

100

 Interventions for related problem

S.N

Name of crop/Enterprise

Problem

Interventions

1

Onion

Kharif crop production in light soil under rainfed condition is  not profitable

Assessment of Bhima Red onion variety during kharif season

2

Sponge gourd

Backyard is not utilized for an economic activity by resource poor small and marginal farmwomen

Assessment of Sponge gourd in backyard for additional income

3

Tomato

Low yield of Tomato due to Leaf Curl Virus and Early blight

Assessment of HYV variety Arka Rakshak. of Tomato

4

Cabbage

Low economic return due to lack of knowledge about improved variety

Assessment of Improved Variety of Cabbage Pusa Mukta

5

Coriander

April to July inter space between rows of sugarcane remains unutilized

Assessment of Coriander for leaves as intercrop in sugarcane

  Soil Status in Hoshangabad district 

Type of Soil

Area (ha)

Percent (%)

Deep soil

433200

64.6

Medium deep soils

26800

4.0

Shallow soils

20800

31.3

Total

     668690

100

Details about Soil Health Card status in the District (2017-18)

Name of District

Soil sample collection (Target)

Soil sample collection (Achieved)

Percentage of achieved samples

Total analyzed samples

Soil Health Card distribution (Target)

Soil Health Card distribution (Achieved)

Kharif- 2017-18

Hoshangabad

39500

9620

24.35

4915

83562

10430

Rabi- 2017-18

Hoshangabad

39500

39500

100

39500

83562

83562

Interventions for related problem 

 

S.N

Problem

Interventions

1

Imbalance use of fertilizer and deficiency of  S and Zn.

Assessment of soil test based nutrient management

2

Application of nutrient in the form of DAP in transplanted rice

Assessment of soil test based nutrient management in transplanted rice through ammonium phosphate 

3

Large scale incidence of Khaira disease reduce rice yield

Assessment of soil test based application of Zinc sulphate in rice for management of Khaira disease

 Milk collection centres in the District

Centre

Blocks

Milk production in liter per day

Kirathpur

Kirathpur

4000

 

Sohagpur

Bankhedi

1800-2000

Sohagpur

2000

Babai

1500

pipariya

1400-1500

Feeding status of Animals in the District

Blocks

Green

Straw

Concentrate

Mineral mixture

By product

Energy rich

Protein rich

 

Seonimalwa

Less

High

 

Maize

Mustard cake

Less

Kesla

Less

High

Gram churi

 

 

Less

Hoshangabad

Less

High

 

Maize

Cotton seed cake

Less

Babai

Less

High

Gram churi

Barley

 

Less

Sohagpur

Less

High

Wheat bran

 

Mustard cake

Less

Pipariya

Less

High

Rice bran

Wheat

 

Less

Bankhedi

Less

High

Wheat bran

Wheat

 

Less

 Interventions for related problem

S.N

Major Problem in Animals

Intervention

1

Postpartum anoestrous and repeat breeding problems because of mineral mixture not provided

 

Assessment of mineral mixture supplementation in daily ration for timely heat

2

Poor milk production due to no availability protein rich animal feed 

 

1. Assessment of  production and feeding of hydroponics fodder of maize for dairy animals

2. Assessment of Azolla as feed supplement for improving milk yield in milch cows

3

High warm load in animal due to lack of dewarming 

Assessment of Ivermectin for Ecto and Endo parasite in Milch cattle

 Health Profile District Hoshangabad 2015-16

S.N

Hypertension among adult (age 15-49 years )

Urban

Rural

Total

Women

1

Slightly above normal (Systolic 140-159 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic 90-99 mm of Hg) (%)

6.4

5.5

5.8

2

Moderately high (Systolic 160-179 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic 100-109 mm of Hg) (%)

1.7

1.2

1.3

3

Very high (Systolic ≥180 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic ≥110 mm of Hg) (%)

0.8

0.4

0.5

Men

4

Slightly0.9 above normal (Systolic 140-159 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic 90-99 mm of Hg) (%)

5.1

5.3

5.3

5

Moderately high (Systolic 160-179 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic 100-109 mm of Hg) (%)

0.6

1.2

0.9

6

Very high (Systolic ≥180 mm of Hg and/or Diastolic ≥110 mm of Hg) (%)

0.9

0.0

0.3

Women age 15-49 years who have ever undergone examination of:

7

Cervix (%)

39.1

40.1

39.8

8

Breast (%)

14.8

13.8

14.1

9

Oral cavity (%)

20.3

17.6

18.5

Malnutrition village in Hoshangabad district

S.N

Block

Village

Percent %

1

Seonimalwa

Tekna

79%

2

Kesla

Motpani

80%

3

Hoshangabad

Raipur

70%

4

Babai

Jaavli

56%

5

Sohagpur

Kukra

79%

6

Pipariya

Matkuli

52%

7

Bankhedi

Kothari

82%

Interventions for related problem 

S.N

Particular

Problem

Interventions

1

Backyard Poultry

Poor growth of local breed in Backyard 

Assessment of Kadaknath breed in the backyard for additional income generation

2

Nutritional security

Prevalence of anaemia among  lactating mothers

Assessment of nutritional garden for household nutritional 

3

Nutritional  security

Poor growth of children of landless farmer due to non availability of milk

Assessment of freshly prepared soya milk for growth and wellness of juveniles of landless farmers 

4

Bio waste management

Comparative nutritive value of vermicompost prepared from different bio-waste is not known

Assessment of nutrient value of Vermicompost prepared from FYM, Bio-gas slurry and agri- waste

         

Block wise agriculture  Information

Cereal crops area (Kharif 2017), Unit in ha.

Block

Rice

Area in %

Maize

 

Area in %

Sorghum

 

Area in %

Small millets

Area in %

Hoshangabad

17490

12.62

1850

9.69

85

13.93

25

7.81

Babai

25340

18.28

310

1.62

70

11.48

10

3.13

Kesla

12600

9.09

6500

34.03

90

14.75

25

7.81

Seoni malwa

10891

7.86

10700

56.02

60

9.84

210

65.63

Sohagpur

23850

17.21

405

1.12

75

12.30

10

3.13

Pipriya

23479

16.94

1410

7.38

150

24.59

15

4.69

Bankhedi

24970

18.01

925

4.84

80

13.11

25

7.81

Total

138620

100

19100

100

610

100

320

100

Pulses crop Area (Kharif 2017) Unit in ha.

Block

Black gram

 

Area in %

Green gram

 

Area in %

Pigeon pea

 

Area in %

Hoshangabad

8220

11.69

1050

15.96

1565

7.05

Babai

7615

10.83

2800

42.55

3520

15.86

Kesla

6400

9.10

835

12.69

3615

26.28

Seoni malwa

3360

8.38

210

3.19

1520

6.85

Sohagpur

8010

11.39

750

11.40

2280

10.27

Pipriya

5800

8.25

705

10.71

2900

13.06

Bankhedi

675

0.96

230

3.50

6800

30.63

Total

40080

100

6580

100

22200

100

Kharif 2017 Oilseed crop area Unit in ha.

Block

Soybean

Area in %

Sesame/ramtil

Area in %

Groundnut

Area in %

Hoshangabad

10260

26.31

25

15.625

0

0

Babai

4845

12.42

5

3.125

0

0

Kesla

5430

13.92

45

28.125

5

50

Seoni malwa

15100

38.72

60

37.5

0

0

Sohagpur

1550

3.97

10

6.25

0

0

Pipriya

890

2.28

5

3.125

0

0

Bankhedi

925

2.37

10

6.25

5

50

Total

39000

100

160

100

10

100

Rabi 2017-18 Cereal crop area Unit in ha.

Block

wheat

Area in %

Sugarcane

Area in %

Hoshangabad

44475

16.10

0

0

Babai

39260

14.17

0

0

Kesla

28910

10.04

1

0

Seoni malwa

70549

25.47

0

0

Sohagpur

38500

13.90

10

0.25

Pipriya

30460

11.39

0

0

Bankhedi

24746

8.93

4489

99.75

District Area

276900

100

4500

100

Rabi 2017-18 Area of Pulse crop Unit in ha.

Block

Lentil

Area in %

Pea

Area in %

Chickpea

Area in %

Hoshangabad

360

9.97

285

11.40

1850

5.83

Babai

 545

15.10

 340

13.60

 2685

8.46

Kesla

 535

14.82

 395

15.80

 2845

8.96

Seoni malwa

 450

12.46

 375

15.00

 3549

11.18

Sohagpur

 590

16.34

 340

13.60

 4790

15.09

Pipriya

 570

15.79

 360

14.40

 8461

26.66

Bankhedi

 560

15.51

 405

16.20

 7560

23.82

Total

 3610

100

2500 

100

 31740

100

Oil seed crop area  (Rabi 2017-18) Unit in ha.

Block

Mustard

Area in %

Linseed

Area in %

Hoshangabad

630

13.13

170

11.72

Babai

 640

13.33

125

8.62

Kesla

 720

15.00

390

26.90

Seoni malwa

 820

17.08

290

20.00

Sohagpur

 660

13.75

145

10.00

Pipriya

 660

13.75

150

10.34

Bankhedi

 670

13.96

180

12.41

Total

 4800

100.00

1450

100

Crop wise  Seed distribution Information in 2017-18

Crop name

Seed Distribution (000.0 tan) in Kharif  2017

Public sector

Percent

Private sector

Percent

Total

Percent

Rice

5800.00

26.50

16090.00

73.50

21890.00

34.71

Maize

1183.00

54.14

1002.00

45.86

2185.00

3.46

Sorghum

0.00

0.00

16.00

100.00

16.00

0.03

Green gram

2591.00

66.05

1332.00

33.95

3923.00

6.22

Black gram

823.00

84.58

150.00

15.42

973.00

1.54

Pigeon pea

1381.00

83.34

276.00

16.66

1657.00

2.63

Soybean

3998.00

12.34

28397.00

87.66

32395.00

51.37

Ground nut

0.00

0.00

14.00

100.00

14.00

0.02

Sesame

0.00

0.00

7.00

100.00

7.00

0.01

Ramtil

0.00

0.00

6.00

100.00

6.00

0.01

 

15776.00

 

47290.00

 

63066.00

100.00

Seed Distribution (000.0 ton) in Rabi season 2017-18

Crop

Public sector

Percent

Private sector

Percent

Total

Percent

Wheat

68540.00

63.76

38960.00

36.24

107500.00

63.36

chickpea

39057.00

66.73

19473.00

33.27

58530.00

34.50

Pea

0.00

0.00

1570.00

100.00

1570.00

0.93

Lentil

350.00

21.88

1250.00

78.13

1600.00

0.94

Mustard

55.00

17.46

260.00

82.54

315.00

0.19

Linseed

40.00

26.67

110.00

73.33

150.00

0.09

 Total

108042.00

 

61623.00

 

169665.00

100.00

Irrigation resources and irrigated areas

Name of Block

No. of Canal

Area (ha) irrigated through canal

No. of tube wells

Area (ha) irrigated through tube wells

No. of wells

Area (ha) irrigated through wells

No. of ponds

Total irrigated area (ha)

Total area (ha)

Seoni malwa

1

58848

908

6242

3112

6480

28

105

71675

Kesla

1

15413

1270

2554

2746

4058

8

1255

23280

Hoshangabad

0

29270

1433

3542

4026

5872

1

5

38689

Babai

0

25831

3677

9407

5180

8576

0

0

43814

Suhagpur

1

27384

1940

10535

2415

3721

15

582

42222

Pipariya

0

10527

2223

22483

4153

3781

0

0

36791

Bankhedi

0

0

2373

29567

7012

10638

0

0

40205

Total

3

167273

13824

84330

28644

43126

52

1947

296676

Population and household profile

S.no 

                     Population and household profile

Urban

Rural

Total

1

Population (female) age 6 years and above who attended school

81.8

65.5

70.7

2

Population below age 15 years (%)

23.7

27.4

26.2

3

Sex ratio of total population (females per 1,000 males)

953

918

928

4

Sex ratio at birth for children born in last five years (female per 1000 males)

1,070

926

958

5

Children under age 5 years whose birth was registered (%)

97.5

91.9

93.2

6

Households with electricity (%)

98.8

92.2

94.4

7

Households with an improved drinking-water source (%)

99.2

87.4

91.1

8

Households using improved sanitation facility (%)

73.7

33.6

46.4

9

Households using clean fuel for cooking (%)

75.8

15.0

34.4

10

Households using iodized salt (%)

99.7

99.3

99.4

11

Households with any member covered by a health scheme (%)

30.5

25.6

27.1

Characteristics of adults (age 15-49)

12

Women who are literate (%)

81.8

61.6

68.3

13

Men who are literate (%)

92.0

87.4

89.0

14

Women with 10 or more years of schooling (%)

49.7

17.6

28.2

 

S.no 

Population and household profile                 

Urban

Rural

Total

Marriage and fertility

15

Women age 20-24 years married before age 18 years (%)

13.9

20.2

18.2

16

Men age 25-29 years married before 21 years (%)

6.9

17.5

13.6

17

Women age 15-19 years who were mothers or pregnant during survey (%)

2.3

2.7

2.5

Current use of family planning methods (currently married women age 15-49 years)

18

Any method (%)

42.8

53.6

50.2

19

Any modern method (%)

42.3

53

49.6

20

Female sterilization (%)

31.9

47.2

42.4

21

Male sterilization (%)

0

0.2

0.2

22

IUD/PPIUD (%)

0.7

0.2

0.4

23

Pill (%)

1.5

0.4

0.7

24

Condom (%)

8.1

4.6

5.7

Unmet need for family planning (currently married women age 15-49 years )

25

Total unmet need (%)

10.4

8.7

9.2

26

Unmet need for spacing (%)

5

3.8

4.2

Quality of family planning services

27

Health worker ever talked to female non-user about family planning (%)

25.5

28.6

27.5

28

Current users ever told about sides effect of current methods (%)

67.5

41.2

45.8

Details about  Cattle in Hoshangabad district

Blocks

Male

%

Female

%

Calf

%

Total

%

Seonimalwa

6227

19.49

6926

15.68

5037

11.35

18190

15.10

Kesla

2926

9.16

4164

9.43

4546

10.25

11636

9.66

Hoshangabad

3656

11.44

6390

14.47

3750

8.45

13796

11.45

Babai

5282

16.53

8290

18.77

9283

20.92

22855

18.97

Sohagpur

5446

17.04

7395

16.74

10330

23.28

23171

19.23

Pipariya

3934

12.31

6200

14.04

6378

14.37

16512

13.70

Bankhedi

4483

14.03

4803

10.87

5046

11.37

14332

11.89

Total

31954

 

44168

 

44370

 

120492

 

Details about Buffalo in Hoshangabad district

Blocks

Male

%

Female

%

Calf

%

Total

%

Seonimalwa

2002

7.76

10832

28.47

10740

33.53

23574

31.99

Kesla

281

8.90

4383

11.52

4019

12.55

8683

11.78

Hoshangabad

322

6.08

3993

10.49

2414

7.54

6729

9.13

Babai

220

6.71

4487

11.79

4003

12.50

8710

11.82

Sohagpur

243

5.30

6574

17.28

2692

8.40

9509

12.90

Pipariya

192

9.94

4088

10.74

4241

13.24

8521

11.56

Bankhedi

360

0.00

3690

9.70

3922

12.24

7972

10.82

Total

3620

 

38047

 

32031

 

73698

 

Details about Other Animals in Hoshangabad district (2016-17)

Block

Sheep

%

Goat 

%

Horse 

%

Donkey 

%

Pig 

%

Dog 

%

Seonimalwa

0

0

7560

8.26

71

18.16

32

11.9

132

4.87

2230

17.93

Kesla

0

0

13176

14.40

79

20.20

46

17.2

432

15.9

3137

25.22

Hoshangabad

0

0

3460

3.78

51

13.04

51

19.1

252

9.30

1046

8.41

Babai

154

49.5

44910

49.08

54

13.81

30

11.2

620

22.9

565

4.54

Sohagpur

63

20.2

7262

7.94

53

13.55

24

8.99

685

25.3

1483

11.92

Pipariya

63

20.2

8751

9.56

54

13.81

62

23.2

466

17.2

2528

20.32

Bankhedi

31

9.97

6388

6.98

29

7.42

22

8.24

120

4.43

1446

11.62

Total

311

100

91507

100

391

100

267

100

2707

100

12435

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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