Back Ground of the District

Neemuch has been declared as a separate district by MP Government as on 30th June 1998 located in Northwest part of Madhya Pradesh state. Earlier it was a part of the Mandsaur district. Three tehsils of undivided Mandsaur district fall under this new district namely Neemuch, Jawad and Manasa. After division two newly created tehsils namely Singoli and Jeeran came into existence. It lies between the parallels of latitude 2415 2435 North, and between the meridians of longitude 7445 - 7537 East. During British rule an army cantonment was established here. After independence, this cantonment has been converted into cantonments of paramilitary forces by the Government of India.

Introduction

Neemuch has been declared as a separate district by MP Government as on 30th June 1998 located in Northwest part of Madhya Pradesh state. Earlier it was a part of the Mandsaur district. Three tehsils of undivided Mandsaur district fall under this new district namely Neemuch, Jawad and Manasa. After division two newly created tehsils namely Singoli and Jeeran came into existence. It lies between the parallels of latitude 2415 2435 North, and between the meridians of longitude 7445 - 7537 East. During British rule an army cantonment was established here. After independence, this cantonment has been converted into cantonments of paramilitary forces by the Government of India.

Physiography

Neemuch district comes under Agroclimatic zone Malva Plateau, lies between the parallels of latitude 2415 2435 North, and between the meridians of longitude 7445 - 7537 East spread over an area of 3875 square kilometres. It has surrounding of Kota, Jhalawar, Chittaurgarh and Pratapgarh District of Rajasthan State while Mandsaur District of Madhya Pradesh.

Climate

The climate of the Neemuch district is semi-tropical characterized by hot summer and Well-distributed rainfall during the period of Southwest monsoon. The year can be divided in four distinguished seasons. The winter commences from December and last up to February and January is the coldest month. The period from March to first week of June is the summer season and May is the hottest month when the temperature may go up to 40.0. The monsoon starts from middle of June to the Last week of September. October and November constitute the post monsoon or retreating monsoon period. The average annual rainfall of Neemuch district is 833.9 mm. Neemuch district receives maximum rainfall during southwest monsoon period i.e. June to September.

Soils

The soils in the district are generally of four types viz., Medium Deep Black cotton soil, Red loamy soil, Laterite soil and Alluvial soil. Black cotton soil is derived from weathering and disintegration of basaltic lava flow. Major parts of the district are covered by medium deep black soils. Red loamy soils consist of sandy loam to clayey loam and brick in colour. This soil is derived from Vindhyan sandstone and shale and occurring in valley portion on the plateau and adjacent to hill composed of Vindhyan sandstone. This type of soil covers a Northern part of the district. Laterite soil dark brown to pink coloured lateritic soil is found as capping over hillocks of basaltic terrain. Alluvial soils are grayish yellow to brownish yellow in colour and occupy along the major rivers.

Administration

Neemuch district consists of three revenue divisions namely Neemuch, Jawad and Manasa each under the control of a Sub-Divisional Magistrates. There are five Tehsils Neemuch, Jawad, Manasa, Jeeran and Singoli and 800 revenue villages. The District consists of 273 Gram - Panchayat. The district has 3 Assembly constituencies Neemuch, Jawad and Manasa. The Parliamentary constituency included in Mandsaur Parliamentary constituency.



Atma News

Apr. 16, 2012
आत्मा वेबसाइट का लोकार्पण
दिनांक 16.04.12 को कलेक्टोरेट सभा कक्ष में जिले के प्रभारी मंत्री श्री पारस जैन ने कृषि तकनीकी प्रबंधन समिति आत्मा नीमच की वेबसाइट का लोकार्पण किया l वेबसाइट पर कार्यक्रम से सम्बंधित जानकारी, सफलता की कहानियाँ, उन्नत कृषि तकनीक से सम्बंधित फोटो तथा वीडियो उपलब्ध हैं l इसी अवसर पर प्रदेश में प्रथम बार मालवी भाषा में प्रकाशित पुस्तक "खेती रो ज्ञान" का विमोचन भी किया गया पुस्तक में मिट्टी के नमूनों की जाँच, बीजोपचार, केंचुआ खाद निर्माण, सोयाबीन की खेती आदि विषयों का समावेश किया गया हैं l

Mar. 30, 2012
ATMA Awards
Today, Sh. L.K. Jatav, D.M. Neemuch and Chairman ATMA given District and Block Level Farmers awards. District Level Award given to Sh. Kamlesh Rathore, Pavti, Manasa, District Level Group Award Given to Jai Bajarang Bali Svaym Sahayata Samuh, Nipaniya Abad, and Block Level Awards given to Sh. Banshi Lal Dhakar (Jawad), Sh. Ramprasad Patidar (Neemuch) and Sh. Harishankar Rathore (Manasa). On the occasion Sh. A.K. Rastogi, Deputy Director Agriculture & Secretary ATMA, Sh. Suresh Ji Shashtri, Member Governing Board, Sh. M.R. Nirgude, Assistant Registrar Cooperatives and Dr. Y.K. Mehta Nodal Officer ATMA were present.

Mar. 25, 2012
Samagra Gram Vikas Karyakram
To increase the farm family income a new programme on pilot basis is being started in the district under close guidance of Sh. Lokesh Kumar Jatav, Collector Neemuch and Chairman ATMA. In the First phase Dhamaniya, Banskheda and Chhachh Khedi (Neemuch), Kojya and Rooppura (Jawad), Ganeshpura, Palda and Bardiya (Manasa) are taken for this programme. A survey has been started in these selected villages. On the Basis of Survey, Need assessment will be worked out and fulfilled by various departmental schemes on priority basis.





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