Dumaria block

Dumaria block (also spelled Dumriya) is a CD block that forms an administrative division in the Ghatshila subdivision of East Singhbhum district, in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

For other uses, see Dumaria.
Community development block in Jharkhand, India
Dumaria
Community development block

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Location in Jharkhand

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Dumaria (India)

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Coordinates:

22.4636°N 86.4387°E / 22.4636; 86.4387

Country  India
State Jharkhand
District East Singhbhum
Government

  Type Federal democracy
Area

  Total 316.74 km2 (122.29 sq mi)
Population

 (2011)
  Total 62,128
  Density 200/km2 (510/sq mi)
Languages

  Official Hindi, Urdu
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
832104
Telephone/STD code 0657
Vehicle registration JH 05
Literacy 57.11%
Lok Sabha constituency Jamshedpur
Vidhan Sabha constituency Potka
Website jamshedpur.nic.in

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The laying of the foundation stone of the steel plant by Tata Steel (then known as Tata Iron and Steel Company) in 1907 at Sakchi Kalimati in Singhbhum district marked the beginning of the industrialisation of the area. The first police station in the area was opened in 1912 at Jugsalai. The Kalimati Sakchi village was renamed ‘Jamshedpur’ in 1917. Dhalbhum subdivision was created in 1920 with Jamshedpur as headquarters. Jamshedpur Notified Area was established in 1924. East Singhbhum district, with Jamshedpur as headquarters, was set up in 1990.[1]

Dumaria is located at 22.4636°N 86.4387°E / 22.4636; 86.4387.

“The district forms a part of the Chota Nagpur Plateau and is a hilly upland tract”. The Seraikela Dhalbhumgarh upland and the Dalma range are natural divisions of the district. The main rivers are the Subarnarekha and the Kharkai.[2]

The district consists of two subdivisions – (1) Dhalbhum subdivision with Patamda, Boram, Golmuri-cum-Jugsalai and Potka CD blocks, and (2) Ghatshila subdivision with Ghatshila, Dhalbhumgarh, Musabani, Dumaria, Gurbandha, Chakulia and Baharagora CD blocks.[3]

Dumaria CD block is bounded by the Musabani CD block on the north, Gurbandha CD block on the east, the Rajrangpur and Bijatola CD blocks/ tehsils in the Mayurbhanj district of the Odisha state on the south, and the Potka CD block on the west.[4][5]

Dumaria CD block has an area of 316.74 km2.[6]Dumaria police station serves Dumaria CD block.[7]The headquarters of Dumaria CD block is located at Dumaria village.[8]

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