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Jejur is a gram panchayat under Haripal block in Chandannagar subdivision of Hooghly district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from Haripal railway station on the Sheoraphuli-Tarakeswar Branch Line.
Jejur is located at
Jejur gram panchayat is composed of the following villages: Rajaballabhbati, Mannapara, Purbba Narayanpur, Kankrajol, Amgachhi, Jejur, Jinpur, Kalachhara, and Meshera.
As per 2011 Census of India Jejur had a total population of 5,173 of which 2,579 (50%) were males and 2,594 (50%) were females. Population below 6 years was 523. The total number of literates in Jejur was 3,703 (79.63% of the population over 6 years).
This is a rich agricultural area. Though rice is the prime crop of the district, the agricultural economy largely depends on potato, jute, vegetables and orchard products. Vegetable is a prize crop in the blocks of Haripal, Singur, Chanditala, Polba and Dhaniakhali being grown in a relay system throughout the year. Though potato is cultivated in all the blocks of this district Dhaniakhali, Arambagh, Goghat, Pursurah, Haripal, Polba-Dadpur, Tarakeswar, Pandua and Singur contributed much of its production of this district.
Some of the primary and other hats or markets in the Haripal block area are: Basudevpur hat, Bondipur hat, Dar hatta hat, Jejur Daily Market, Kaikala hat, Kalchara hat, Nalikul hat, Sipaigachi hat, Jagin market, Haripal Barabazar and Haripal Station Bazar.
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