|Elevation||25 m (82 ft)|
|• Official||Maithili, Hindi|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Naugachia is located at 25°24′N 87°06′E . It has an average elevation of 25 metres (82 feet). It is bordered on one side by the river Ganges and one by the river Koshi. It is famous for yellow maize. It is also known as Kelanchal of Bihar ( producer of banana ). Due to construction of the Ring dam, flood is no longer a problem for Naugachia. Naugachia is the heart of Bhagalpur, because Vikaramshila Bridge starts from Naugachia on Ganga River.priya...and satyam...
As of 2011[update] India census, Naugachia had a population of 3,02,475. Males constitute 55% of the population and females 45%. Naugachia has an average literacy rate of 62%, lower than the national average of 74%: male literacy is 69%, and female literacy is 55%. In Naugachia, 18% of the population is under 9 years of age.
Naugachia Nagar Panchayat is the governing body in the town popularly known as NAC (Notified Area Committee).
The Naugachia railway station, on the Barauni-Katihar section, is managed by the East Central Railway. The railway station code is NNA. The nearest airport is the Purnia. Naugachia lies close the banks of Ganges river in South and Kosi river on North. Vikramshila Setu, the second longest bridge across the Ganges, connects Naugachia with Barari Ghat in Bhagalpur.National Highway-31 is also nearby.
- Lord Buddha Educational Trust
It is an ISO 9001:2008 certified institution under Indian Trust Act, Recognised by Govt. of Delhi
- Aryan Computer Institute
- Computer Zone
- Emblem Group
Under Indian Trust Act, Recognised by Govt. of Delhi
- IT Centre
Places of Interest
Yaduka palace - Simra & sripur is the best village of naugachia. 1.5 km away from railway station, simra has their own middle school, primary school,well-built roads .many temples like kali mandir, shiv mandir, Brahma sthan and a big tree of people which describe the incredibility of simra east. ■ Kadwa Diyara / कदवा दियारा (This place is about 8.0 kilometres far from Naugachia Railway Station and has good connectivity of roads. This is very famous for the endanger species of giant "Garuda / गरुड़" bird which is only found in its nearby regions; Baba Vishuraut Kosi River Bridge is also popular spot for the local people.)
♦ Shripur Naugachia
♦ Durga Mandir, Tetri(3.5 km from station)
♦ Shree Krishna mandir ( Janmashtami Mela) Gosaingaon Naugachia( 3 km from station)
♦ Venkateswara Temple, Nagrah(4 km north from station)
♦ Kali Shakti Peeth, Nagrah-Baisi(5 km north from station)
♦ Panchmukhi Hanuman mandir, Navada(2.7 km from station)
♦ Kali Mandir, Bhawanipur(1.9 km from station) Aadarsh Juniour Club Naya Tola Naugachia
––Colleges Under Tilkamanjhi Bhagalpur University
♦ M.A.M College, Gosain gaon panchayat Naugachia(1.3 km from station)
♦ G.B. College, Naugachia(0.4 km from station)
♦ Banarsi Lal Saraf Commerce College, Naugachia (Only one Commerce College in Naugachia)
■ Aadarsh Middle School and High School (आदर्श उच्च विद्यालय), Kadwa Pratapnagar
♦ High School, Naugachia(0.6m from station)
♦ Model High School Tulsipur Yamunia
♦ SAVITRI PUBLIC SCHOOL,NAUGACHIA(1.5 km from station)
♦ Bal Bharti Vidyalaya(1 km from station)
♦ Bal Vidya Bharti Naya Tola Naugachia (0.200 km from Railway Station Naugachia)
♦ Ramdhari Singh High School, Tetri Pakra
♦ Shri Gopal Goshala(1.2 km from station)
♦ Durga Mandir, Bharamarpu(13 km from station)
♦ Babadham, Marwa( 11.5 km from station)
♦ Data Mangan Shah Majaar, Bihpur(10 km from naugachia)
- Kadwa Diyara (Pratapnagar)
- Naya Tola
- Thana Bihpur
- Punama Pratap Nagar
- Baisi.(Masudanpur Baisi)
- Singhia Makandpur
- Chhoti Parbatta
- Biry company
- Bari Makandpur
- Bari Makandpur(Maudha Tola)
- Sahu Parbatta
- Khairpur Kadwa
- badi makandpur: dharahra-famous for plantation, lattipakar
- Pachgachia Bazar
- shiv Mandir lokmanpur
- Sadhua(Katareah Station)
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- "Naugachia Railway Station". Retrieved 2007-05-12.
- "New Ganga Bridge a Boon". Development Digest Vol.4 1–31 July 2001 No.4. Research, Reference and Training Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. Retrieved 2007-05-12.