Dharbandora

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Dharbandora
Sub Division
Location of Dharbandora in South Goa district in Goa
Location of Dharbandora in South Goa district in Goa
Coordinates: 15°23′07″N 74°07′05″E / 15.385259°N 74.117948°E / 15.385259; 74.117948Coordinates: 15°23′07″N 74°07′05″E / 15.385259°N 74.117948°E / 15.385259; 74.117948
Country  India
State Goa
District South Goa district
Independence from Sanguem 4 April 2012
Founded by Government of Goa
Named for Town of Dharbandora
Headquarters Dharbandora
Major villages
Government
 • Mamlatdar Mr. Satish R. Prabhu
 • Lok Sabha constituency -
 • Assembly constituency -
 • MLA -
Population (2012)
 • Sub Division 30,000 to 40,000
 • Urban 20%
Demographics
 • Literacy rate 67%
 • Sex ratio 840
Rain Average of 500 mm to 750 mm
Website goa.gov.in

Dharbandora is a sub-division of Goa, India. It came into existence as a part of the South Goa district on 4 April 2012.[1] Five panchayats, Dharbandora, Kirlapal-Dabhal, Collem, Mollem and Sancorda from the Sanguem sub-division were incorporated into the new sub-division. The sub-division at present has a population of 30,000 to 40,000 people. [2]

Ganjem and Usgao from Ponda sub-division did not added to this tulka due to oppose, and the rest were from Sanguem sub-division.[2]

Census Data 2011[edit]

There is no reliable data for the Demographics and Litricy rate in this new Sub-Division of Goa. The primary reason is because it came into existence after the 2011 census.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Govt issues notification for Dharbandora taluka". The Navhind Times. 19 March 2011. Archived from the original on 29 April 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Kaisuvker, Suraj (24 March 2011). "New Dharbandora taluka from April 4". The Times of India. 

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