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Majalgaon

Majalgaon Taluka Beed District

Majalgaon is the taluka place which is located in Beeddistrict of Maharashtra. Mr. Prakash Solanke of Nationalist Congress Party is current MLA (Members of Legislative Assembly) of Majalgaon.

Taluka : Majalgaon

STD Code : 02443

Pin Code : 431131

Police Contact : 02443-234120

Tahsildar Contact : 234052 /234648

Details of Post Office MAJALGAON, BEED

Post Office: MAJALGAON
Post Office Type: SUB OFFICE
District: BEED
State: MAHARASHTRA
Pin Code: 431131 (Click to see all Post Offices with same Pin Code)
Contact Address: Postmaster, Post Office MAJALGAON (SUB OFFICE), BEED, MAHARASHTRA (MH), India (IN), Pin Code:- 431131

In Majalgaon Primary education is managed by the Zila Parishad (district council). All the secondary schools and junior colleges are affiliated to Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in Pune. One Industrial Training Institute and two D.Ed are offering professional education in the town. Other colleges offer arts, science, commerce and vocational faculties up to post graduation level. All the colleges are affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University in Aurangabad.

* Sidddheswar College of Arts, Science and Commerce
* Majalgaon College of Arts, Science and Commerce
* Sidddheswar High School
* Shivaji High School
* Sindhfana English School

There are 3 suger factories are present in Majalgaon Taluka. In that two is co-operative and one is private Suger Factory. Also there are so many cotton industries present.

Majalgaon Dam The Majalgaon (sometimes spelt as Mazalgaon) irrigation area is part of the Jaikwadi scheme (2400 km²), one of the largest irrigation areas in Maharashtra, India.

The first phase of the scheme was financed by the World Bank and began in the 1970s. Limited water resources have reduced the first stage irrigation area to 580 km², although it is planned to ultimately irrigate 1190 km². Its main components were:

* an earthen dam of 454 Mm³ capacity. This is partly supplied by water from the upstream part of the Jayakwadi area;

* a main canal (the Majalgaon right bank canal) with a head discharge of 83 m³/s. This canal transports water over a distance of 100 km to supply more than 50 branches or secondary canals with discharges varying from 9 m³/s to less than 200 l/s. Apart from the head structure, the main canal has nine cross regulators consisting of two or three radial gates.

* networks of distribution canals which ensure that the water is transported to the irrigation units, which vary from 50,000 to 400,000 m².

The main and secondary canals (design discharge over 500 l/s) have been lined in order to reduce water losses.

The City Having Longitude:76.23 and Latitude:19.15

 

Majalgaon Map


List of Banks in Majalgaon

STATE BANK OF INDIA, Majalgaon

Address: MAIN ROAD MAJALGAON DISTT BEED MAHARASHTRA 431131
State: MAHARASHTRA
District: BEED (Click here for all the branches of "STATE BANK OF INDIA" in "BEED " District)
Branch: MANJLEGAON
Contact: IP-121056, 2443-234075, 236366
IFSC Code: SBIN0003798 (used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
Branch Code: Last six characters of IFSC Code represent Branch code.
MICR Code: 431002835

 

Majalgaon Dam

Majalgaon Dam is an earthfill dam on the River Sindphana near Majalgaon in the state of Maharashtra in India.

Specifications

The height of the dam from its foundation is 31.19 m (102.3 ft) while the length is 6,488 m (21,286 ft). The volume content is 5,759 km3 (1,382 cu mi) and gross storage capacity is 453,640.00 km3 (108,834.02 cu mi).

Majalgaon Arts,Science & Commerce College Majalgaon

Address: Taluka. Majalgaon Dist. Beed
Telephone No. Office 02443-234037
Resi. 02443-234092
Fax No. 02443-234037
Website: www.mcm-college.com
E-Mail: majalgaon_college123@yahoo.in

About Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandal

Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandal was founded in 1958 under the able and foresighted leadership of Late Shri.Vinayakrao Pandurang Patil, Ex.Ministor for Co-operation and Ex. President, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee. The institute was established with the prime object to cater the needs of economically and educationally backward and downtrodden masses of this region. With this object, Marathwada Shikshan Prasarak Mandai runs 124 Primary Schools, Middle Schools, Colleges, Hostels and Professional Institutes such as Pharmacy, Law, Computer, and IT etc. Recently the Institute was duly honored for its achievements in the field of education and social reformation and awarded as an "Excellent Education Society" by the Government of Maharashtra in 2001. Mandai has successfully arranged 77th Akhil Bhartiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan. Mandai organizes Orientation Programmes, Workshops, Symposium, and Conferences etc.for the quality improvement for teachers.

The foundation of this largest educational institute in Marathwada was nothing but a zealous attempt to provide light of knowledge to those who are suffering in the darkness of ignorance. The institute being with a motto of "Tamso ma Jyotirgamaya" meaning let the darkness of ignorance be driven away. Nizam's rule was solely responsible for the backwardness of the region. After liberation from Nizams rule the growing aspirations of the people of this region begin to tread the path of progress and the foundation of this institute should be viewed as a part of this march towards progress.

 


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