Pinangwan

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Pinangwan is a town located in the Nuh District of Haryana.

Geography[edit]

Pinangwan is located at 27.90°N, 77.10°E in the National Capital Region of Delhi (NCR). The town falls on the southern border of Haryana, near Alwar and Bharatpur Districts of Rajasthan. It is 100 km from the capital New Delhi and 355 km from state capital Chandigarh

Demography[edit]

Pinangwan has a population of 12,612 of which 6,521 are males while 6,091 are females, according to the Census of India 2011 report.[1]

History[edit]

Pinangwan is an old town. Qazi Dost Mohammad was the Qazi of Pinangwan during 17th century. He had one daughter Bibi Rabiya and two sons Deewan Idris Mohammad and Durwesh Mohammad. Bibi Rabiya was married to Qazi Abdul Baqi son of Qazi Ibrahim Ibn Qazi Mahmood ibn Hākim-e Shariah Shareef Qazi-e Aazam ibn Qazi Ziauddin.[2]

During Partition of India[edit]

The Town and nearby villages witnessed large scale migration of Muslims[3] particularly Khanzada community towards Pakistan and Hindu Punjabis from there settled here in significant numbers.

Educational institutions[edit]

Schools[edit]

  • Adarsh Arya High School (Estd. 1953)
  • Green Field High School
  • Government Boys Senior Secondary School (Estd. 1942)
  • Government Girls Senior Secondary School (Estd. 1948)
  • Government Boys Primary School (Estd. 1942)
  • Government Girls primary School (Estd. 1948)
  • Government Primary School, Harijan Basti
  • I K M Public School ( Estd. 2004)(managed by the Tribal/Social Welfare Department)
  • Girl's Residential Mewat Model School, Khanpur Ghati (Estd. 2014)
  • Meraj Public School (Khanpur Ghati)
  • Mewat Adarsh Senior Secondary School (Estd.1994)
  • Nikky Model Senior Secondary School
  • Shri Tula Ram Geeta Vidya Mandir (Senior Wing)(Estd. 1997)
  • Shri Tula Ram Geeta Vidya Mandir (Junior Wing)(Estd. 1997)

Nearby colleges[edit]

  • Industrial Training Institute, Pinangwan
  • Hazrat Bibi Fatimah Girls College, Khanpur Ghati
  • Government College for Girls, Punahana
  • Mewat Engineering College, Palla, Nuh (Haryana)[4]
  • Government College, Nagina[5]
  • Modish Polytechnic, Punhana[6]
  • Shanti Sagar Jain Girls College, Ferozepur Jhirka[7]
  • Yasin Meo Degree College, Nuh
  • Government Polytechnic, Uttawar
  • Industrial Training Institute, Nagina
  • Industrial Training Institute, Ferozepur Jhirka
  • Industrial Training Institute, Nuh[8]
  • Saraswati Vidya Mandir College of Education, Ferozepur Jhirka[9]
  • S.D.Mewat Institute of Technology and Management, Raoli, Ferozepur Jhirka[10]
  • Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Government Medical college, Nalhar, Nuh[11]

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