Sahibganj (community development block)
Community development block
|• Type||Community development block|
|Elevation||38 m (125 ft)|
|• Official||Hindi, Santali|
|• Total literates||32,379 (56.07%)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Vehicle registration||JH 18|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Rajmahal|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Rajmahal|
Sahibganj, the eponymous CD Block headquarters, is located at .
The district can be divided into two regions, one of which is the plain, consisting of uplands, undulation along ridges and depressions covers the Sahibganj, Rajmahal, Udhwa and Barharwa CD Blocks. Three rivers flowing through this region – the Ganges, Gumani and Bansloi- make the plains rich and cultivable. The inhabitants of this region are mostly non-tribal of various castes and Paharias and Santals.
Sahibganj CD Block has 32 gram panchayats, 23 inhabited (chiragi) and 9 uninhabited (bechiragi) villages.
As per 2011 Census of India Sahibganj CD Block had a total population of 73,906, all of which were rural. There were 39,275 (53 %) males and 34,631 (47 %) females. Population below 6 years was 16,154. Scheduled Castes numbered 5,321 and Scheduled Tribes numbered 8,752.
Sahibganj CD Block had several villages with a high population (2011 census population figures in brackets): Sakrigali River Block (3,733), Ganga Parshad (28,844), Makhmalpur (10,517), Hajipur (9,023) and Harparshad Ogariah (4,676). 
As per 2011 census the total number of literates in Sahibganj CD Block was 32,379 (56.07 % of the population over 6 years) out of which 19,981 (62 %) were males and 12,398 (38 %) were females.
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