About Muzaffarpur District

Muzaffarpur is a district in the Bihar State of India. Total area of Muzaffarpur is 3,172 km² including 3,099.82 km² rural area and 72.18 km² urban area. As per 2011 stats, Muzaffarpur has a population of 48,01,062 peoples, out of which urban population is 4,73,437 while rural population is 43,27,625. The district has a population density of 1514 inhabitants per square kilometre. There are about 9,45,703 houses in the district, including 88,570 urban houses and 8,57,133 rural houses. When it comes to villages, there are about 1,719 villages in muzaffarpur district.
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🏢Administrative System/Division Of Muzaffarpur District

The Muzaffarpur district is further divided in to Subdivisions / Blocks / Community Development Blocks (C.D.Blocks) for administrative purposes. In India, the Block or C.D.Block is often the next level of administrative division after the tehsil. It is important to note that, In some states of India C.D.Blocks are equal to tehsils.

Gram Panchayats, Local administrative unit

For those who don’t know, the C.D.Block is a rural area earmarked for administration and development in India. The area is administered by a BDO (Block Development Officer). A C.D.Block covers several gram panchayats, local administrative unit at the village level.
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🌐Official Website Of Muzaffarpur District is:👉 Muzaffarpur.nic.in

Largest Subdivision Of Muzaffarpur District

Paroo is the largest subdivision in muzaffarpur district by area while Musahri is the largest subdivision by population. Dholi (Moraul) is the smallest subdivision in muzaffarpur district by both area and population. There are 16 subdivisions in Muzaffarpur district. Here is the list of all Muzaffarpur Subdivisions / Blocks / C.D.Blocks along with area & population information.

List of all Muzaffarpur Subdivisions / Blocks / C.D/Tehsils/Prakhand.

Only in the state of West Bengal are CD blocks considered the third-level administrative units (equal to tehsils in North India. Elsewhere, tehsils are also called Talukas in the Western Indian states of Goa, Gujarat, Maharashtra and South Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu.

In Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland, the term Circles are used, while Subdivisions are present in the Eastern Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, and most of Northeast India (Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura).

In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, a newer form of the administrative unit called Mandals has replaced the Tehsil. Gujarat has a different structure, district collector or Divisional Magistrate, then Sub or sub-divisional Magistrate SDM i.e. Deputy Collector administering two or mote talukas. then sub or sub-division is divided into taluks.

Here Below the List of all Muzaffarpur Subdivisions / Blocks / C.D/Tehsils/Prakhand 👇👇👇.

#Subdivision (CD Block)Area (km²)Population (2011)
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How many Population of Muzaffarpur District

Particulars Density Male Population Female Population Total Population
Rural 1,396 / km² 22,76,812 20,50,813 43,27,625
Urban 6,559 / km² 2,50,685 2,22,752 4,73,437
Total 1,514 / km² 25,27,497 22,73,565 48,01,062

How many Households in Muzaffarpur District

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Population Density Of Muzaffarpur District

District Overview
District (Hindi) : Muzaffarpur (मुजफ्फरपुर )
State / UT : Bihar
Total Area : 3,172 km²
Total Population : 48,01,062
Density : 1,514/km²
Total Subdivisions : 16
Total Villages : 1,719

How Many Villages in Muzaffarpur District

There are about villages in Muzaffarpur subdivision, which you can browse from Muzaffarpur subdivision villages list (along with gram panchayat information) below.

Total PopulationVillages in Muzaffarpur District
less Than 20061
200 – 499144
500 – 999287
1000 – 1999505
2000 – 4999533
5000 – 9999146
10000 and above43

Map of Muzaffarpur District

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