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|Community development block|
|• Type||Community development block|
|Elevation||201 m (659 ft)|
|• Official||Hindi, Santali|
|• Total literates||74,171 (64.63%)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Dumka|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Nala|
Nala is located at.
Nala CD Block has 23 panchayats and 251 villages.
Panchayats of Nala CD Block are: Afjalpur, Bandardiha, Bararampur, Chaknayapara, Dalabar, Dhobna, Futberia, Geriya, Jamdehi, Kasta, Khaira, Kuldangal, Maheshmunda, Mahulbana, Moralo, Morbasa, Nala, Paikbarh, Pakuria, Panjunia, Saluka, Sripur and Tesjoriya.
Villages in Nala CD Block are: Basudih, Khuriam, Shaldahi, Bamundia, Afzalpur, Agaiya, Amjuria, Amlajora, Amlajuri, Andarsola, Ank Pokhariya, Aranga Kasta, Asanjori, Babupur, Badalpur, Badhanagar, Badurmara, Baghakuri, Baghatana, Baghchhera, Bahadurdi, Bairagidih, Balichur, Banberiya, Bandardiha, Bandlako, Bando, Bank, Bankasemal, Bankhet, Bara Rampur, Baragholjor, Baralia, Baratanr, Bardhandangal, Barghariya, Barkurichak, Barmasia, Begejuri, Behrakundi, Beldanga, Benagaria, Bhaga, Bhaljuriya, Bhandar Kola, Bhandarbera, Bhelaberiya, Bhero, Bhogikata, Bhuli, Brindaboni, Chak Kasitanr, Chak Katoria, Chak Nayapara, Chak Thari, Chakkandarkuri, Chandadhara Chak, Chhota Rampur, Chhotagholjor, Chhotalia, Chichurbil, Chihutia, Chital Kanali, Chunkudar, Dabar, Dainghati, Dalabar, Dalaibhita, Damodarganj, Darar, Debalkunda, Debjor, Deoli, Dhabnand Chak Geteajuri, Dhaoyatanr, Dhobna Urf Kalajharia, Dimjuri, Dumaria, Dumariya, Dumdumi, Eklabpur, Fatepur, Garajuriya Urf Bheladih, Gardoara, Geria, Ghat Sagariya, Ghoradaha, Ghormara, Ghutbana, Godopial, Gopalpur, Gramdanga, Habuchak, Hadalbank, Haripur, Harnandanpur, Hathiya Pathar, Hesaltanr, Hidaljori, Hijaljuri, Husunnagar, Indkuri, Indurhir, Jabardaha, Jadunandanpur, Jagannathpur, Jagannathpur, Jambad, Jambedia, Jambediya, Jamdahi, Jamjoria, Jamkanali, Jarkuri, Jaspur, Jhaldumaria, Jibanpur, Jorasimul, Jorkuri, Juridangal, Kali Pahari, Kaliapathar, Kalipathar, Kallathol, Kamrajpahari, Kamubediya, Kapasdanga, Kareyachak Baghmara, Karrabad, Kasta, Kebaljoriya, Kenduya, Kenduyatanr, Kenduyatanr Chhit, Kesiya, Kesori, Khaira, Khairbani, Kharberiya, Kharikabad, Kharimali Rampur, Kharna Chak, Kharubazar, Khola Khamar, Khuriano, Kolidi, Kolkunda, Krisnapur, Kuchakunri, Kuldangal, Kumirdaha, Kumrachak, Kunjabana, Kuraljoria, Kurthibhita, Kusumdaha, Lachhumanpur, Lachhuraydi, Lakhanpur, Lakhiabad,, Lakhiyara, Lakrakonda, Madhsa, Madhuban, Magura, Mahidnagar, Mahisamura, Mahujuri, Mahulbana, Majhladi, Maldiha, Malipahari, Manihari, Maralai, Mathura, Mathuradih, Mathurakuri, Maurbasa, Mohanpur, Mukundadi, Muraam, Murgabani, Nala, Nalhati, Narithol, Nauadi, Naudiha, Nerosibtala, Niljuria, Nimbera, Nischintapur, Noadip Chak, Nutandi, Nutandih, Pachatali, Pachatali, Pagla, Pahargara, Paharpur, Pakarkuri, Pakbara, Pakuria, Pakurmadhu Urf Ghusrukata, Palan, Palasthali, Panchmohali, Panjania, Paradal, Pariharpur, Patharghata, Patharjoria, Patuliya, Patuyasol, Payrakhop, Phasiadangal, Phutabandh, Phutberiya, Piarsola, Pindargaria, Pipra, Punasia, Radhaballavpur, Raghunath Chak, Raghunathpur, Rakh, Rangasol, Ranidi, Ratni Chak, Roharabani, Sagjuriya, Saharjoriya, Saharpur, Saldahi, Salkunda, Saluka, Sangajuri, Santaldih, Sarbediya, Sareskunda, Sendur Khaniya, Shibdangal, Sima, Sitamuri, Siyaljuri, Siyarketiya, Sripur, Suka, Sultanpur, Sundarbari, Sundarpur, Suriyapani, Tarachutia, Tarra, Tesjoria, Tilabani, Tuskuthi and Ukhulgara.
As per 2011 Census of India, Nala CD Block had a total population of 134,780, all of which were rural. There were 68,771 (51%) males and 66,009 (49%) females. Scheduled Castes numbered 16,718 and Scheduled Tribes numbered 48,626. Population below 6 years was 20,014.
Nala is a village with a population of 2,002 as per 2011 census.
As of 2011[update] census, Primary Census Abstract Tables Jamtara district had a population of above 6 years of 660,049 and the total number of literates in the district were 426,312 (64.59% of the population over 6 years). According to District Census 2011, literacy in Jamtara district was 64.59. Literacy in Jharkhand (for population over 7 years) was 66.41% in 2011. Literacy in India in 2011 was 74.04%.
|Literacy in CD Blocks of
|Narayanpur – 55.72%|
|Karmatanr – 58.16%|
|Jamtara – 66.31%|
|Nala – 64.63%|
|Fatehpur – 65.66%|
|Kundhit – 63.64%|
|Source: 2011 Census: CD Block Wise
Primary Census Abstract Data
The Ajay forms the border between Jamtara district of Jharkhand and Bardhaman district of West Bengal. There is a bridge at Runakura Ghat. It connects to NH 19 (old numbering NH 2), Asansol city (29 km from Nala) and the collieries around Asansol.
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