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Karjan city
Karjan city is located in Gujarat
Karjan city
Karjan city
Location in Gujarat, India
Coordinates: 22°03′10.95″N 73°07′24.65″E / 22.0530417°N 73.1235139°E / 22.0530417; 73.1235139Coordinates: 22°03′10.95″N 73°07′24.65″E / 22.0530417°N 73.1235139°E / 22.0530417; 73.1235139
Country  India
State Gujarat
District Vadodara
Population (2011)
 • Total 1,22,123
 • Official Gujarati, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 391240
Telephone code 02666
Vehicle registration GJ 6
Sex ratio 958 /

Karjan is a city and a municipality in Vadodara district in the Indian state of Gujarat.


As of the India census,[1] Karjan City had a population of 1,22,123. 52% of the population]] was male, and 48% was female. The average literacy rate is 91%, higher than the national average of 60.5%[citation needed]. In Karjan City, 37% of the population is under 10 years of age.

Karjan City is divided in Juna Bazar and Nava Bazar. National Highway 8 passes through Juna Bazar.

Famous spiritual place of Rang avadhudh maharaj asharam 'Nareshawar' is in Karjan Taluka.

Karjan City has also been famous for its Saree Market , wholesale Market , Vegetable Market people come from across Vadodara to shop in Karjan City.

Karjan City is nearer to Vadodara City about 25-30 Km.

Karjan City is also famous for snacks like samosa and khaman.

Now Karjan City is increasing in residence area and in industrial area.

There are also Domino's Pizza, Baskin-Robbins, Subway, Café Coffee Day, Honest Restaurant, and Amul stores which are most popular in Karjan City .

Metropolitan area is beginning to develope in Karjan City.

Education System[edit]

There are 19 schools in Karjan, among them the Shah N.B. Sharvajanic high school, which attracts students from nearby villages, which has science, commerce and arts streams. Arts and commerce college are also part of Karjan education.

Faculty of Shah N.B. Sharvajanic HS includes some great teachers like Mr. A.B.Jadav [M.A,M.Ed,M.Phil,NET(Edu)], Mr.C.N.patel, Mr.P.K.Prajapati, Mr.V.P.Patel, Mr.M.M.Vyas, Mr.C.K.Bhagora, Mr.R.C.Modi, Mr. Gohil and many more... Pradeepsinh Jhala [M.sc.(Zoology),M.Ed.] is the principal of the school.

Some big villages around Karjan includes Dhavat,Kasampur,kurali, Anastu, Oslam, Choranda, Kandari, Sasrod, Miyagam, Umaj, Motikoral, etc.

There is very famous school named Sabari High School, which is known for its qualitative education. Imtiyaz Ismailkhan Chauhan {The M.S.University of Baroda} who ranked first in National level QUIZ on Gandhian Thought and Life studied here.

A new General Hospital was established in November.

In Karjan Taluka there are places for meditation as well as peaceful places like Nareshwar, Motikoral on the bank of Narmada river and nearer, one village named Sagdol where historical Shiv Shakti temple.

There are most numbers of engineers than any other taluka in Vadodara.

There is one of engineering college " Leads institute of technology and engineering " near Karjan.

There is also one of commerece college in Karjan city.

There is also one of international school Chinmay International School opened in Karjan in 2015.

There is also one of Play school Bright Minds Preschool opened in Karjan in April 2015. Bright Minds Nationwide Network of 70+ Schools. BRIGHT MINDS preschools and schools are organized within a framework that professional educators create. The framework includes structural (administration, class size, student–teacher ratio, services, etc.), process (quality of classroom environments, teacher-child interactions, etc.), and alignment (standards, curriculum, assessments) components that are associated with each individual unique child that has both social and academic outcomes.


Far from being a tribal region, it has now developed into an industrial hub with major industrial companies setting up manufacturing bases in the region.

With groups like Tebian Electric Apparatus , Jindal Steel and Power , TTK Group , Cosmo Films LTD , etc. are located in Karjan.


  1. ^ "Census of India 2001: Data from the 2001 Census, including Cities, Villages and Towns (Provisional)". Census Commission of India. Archived from the original on 2004-06-16. Retrieved 2008-11-01.