My Constituency

Radaur, a town in Yamuna Nagar district falls under Kurukshetra Lok Sabha constituency. It is a green and a pollution free town. The famous engineering college Seth Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Institute of Engineering and Technology is situated here. According to 2001 India census, Radaur had a population of 11,737.

  • Geography
  • Demographics
  • Education
  • Past Elector Turnout
  • Population

Radaur is located on the Yamuna Nagar to Karnal road, and is also close to the towns of kurukshetra, Shahbad and Ladwa. Rural pollution-free and green habitat of Radaur at a Distance of 18 km from Yamuna Nagar and 28 km from Pipli(a town on the GT road). It is on the bank of western yamuna canal.THe major village of Radaur is Bakana. Which prodouce many famous personalites. More 50% pepole of bakana are on govt. jobs. The largest village of Radaur is alahar.

He official language of Radaur
The native language of Radaur is Hindi, Punjabi and most of the village people speak Hindi, Punjabi. Radaur people use Hindi, Punjabi language for communication.

Radaur Sun rise time
Radaur village is located in the UTC 5.30 time zone and it follows indian standard time(IST). Radaur sun rise time varies 21 minutes from IST. The vehicle driving side in Radaur is left, all vehicles should take left side during driving. Radaur people are using its national currency which is Indian Rupee and its internationl currency code is INR. Radaur phones and mobiles can be accesed by adding the indian country dialing code +91 from abroad. Radaur people are following the dd/mm/yyyy date format in day-to-day life. Radaur domain name extension( cTLD) is .in .

The nearest railway station in and around Radaur
The nearest railway station to Radaur is Jagadhri which is located in and around 16.4 kilometer distance. The following table shows other railway stations and its distance from Mamakudi.

Jagadhri railway station 16.4 KM.
Jagadhri Wshop railway station 21.2 KM.
Barhara railway station 23.0 KM.
Barara railway station 23.0 KM.
Sarsawa railway station 26.4 KM.

Sarsawa Air Base 26.4 KM.
Karnal Airport 36.8 KM.
Chandigarh Airport 79.5 KM.

Nearest districts to Radaur

The other nearest district head quarters is yamuna_nagar situated at 16.2 KM distance from Radaur . Surrounding districts from Radaur are as follows.

Yamuna_Nagar ( yamuna_nagar ) district 16.2 KM.
Fatehpur ( fatehpur ) district 33.9 KM.
Sirmaur ( nahan ) district 33.9 KM.
Karnal ( karnal ) district 41.6 KM.
Saharanpur ( saharanpur ) district 50.6 KM.
Nearest town/city to Radaur

Radaur's nearest town/city/important place is Radaur located at the distance of 0.3 kilometer. Surrounding town/city/TP/CT from Radaur are as follows

Radaur 0.3 KM.
Ladwa 10.6 KM.
Indri 17.1 KM.
Kansepur 17.1 KM.
Yamunanagar 17.7 KM.

Schools in and around Radaur

Radaur nearest schools has been listed as follows.

Dav School In Radaur 1.1 KM.
Aryaan S School Hari Om Shiv Om 1.2 KM.
Rapri School 1.9 KM.
Somme Ka School Alahar 5.3 KM.
Poly Moti Ka School 5.3 KM.
Village Radaur
Block Radaur
District Yamunanagar
State Haryana
Country India
Continent Asia
Time Zone IST ( UTC + 05:30)
Currency Indian Rupee ( INR )
Dialing Code +91
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Driving side left
Internet cTLD In
Language Hindi, Punjabi
Time difference 21 minutes
Latitude 30.03
Longitude 77.15

Radaur is a village panchayat located in the Yamunanagar district of Haryana state,India. The latitude 30.03 and longitude 77.15 are the geocoordinate of the Radaur. Chandigarh is the state capital for Radaur village. It is located around 87.6 kilometer away from Radaur.. The other nearest state capital from Radaur is Dehradun and its distance is 87.4 KM. The other surrouning state capitals are Dehradun 87.4 KM., Chandigarh 87.6 KM., Shimla 120.1 KM.,

The surrounding nearby villages and its distance from Radaur are Radouri 1.2 KM , Kanjnu 2.5 KM , Bubka 2.9 KM , Pallewala 3.6 KM , Nachron 3.6 KM , Palaka 3.8 KM , Chamrori 3.9 KM , Jubbal 4.1 KM , Potli 4.5 KM , Amloha 4.8 KM , Silli Kalan 5.0 KM , Bapa 5.1 KM , Rajheri 5.5 KM , Chhari 5.6 KM , Alahar 5.9 KM , Sangi Pur 5.9 KM , Barheri 6.0 KM , Khurdban 6.1 KM , Barsan 6.4 KM , Silli Khurd 6.6 KM , Mohri 6.9 KM , Nagla Sadhan 7.3 KM , Sandhali 8.2 KM , Sandhala 8.7 KM ,Jhaguri 8.8 KM , Sagri 8.8 KM , Hartan 9.0 KM , Gumthala 9.4 KM , Jathlana 9.5 KM , Kheri Lakha Singh 9.7 KM , Bhagu Majra 10.1 KM , Marupur 10.3 KM , Topra Kalan 10.7 KM , Masana Rangran 11.1 KM , Unheri 11.2 KM , Satgoli 11.8 KM , Alipura , Sadhura ,

As of 2001 India census,[1] Radaur had a population of 11,737. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Radaur has an average literacy rate of 72%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 90%, and female literacy is 67%. In Radaur, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.Radaur is very old town . There are lots of old houses in town, which was built before partition of India

Colleges

The town hosts a Degree college (Mukand Lal National College) and Engg. College Seth Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Institute of Engineering and Technology, JMIT], Vertex polytechnic, Global institute of Engineering, Asian Institute of Engineering, Balaji Institute of polytechnic. Five more B.Ed. Colleges are there in the town.

JMIT

Seth Jai Parkash Mukand Lal Institute of Engineering and Technology (Hindi: सेठ जय प्रकाश मुकुंद लाल इंजीनियरिंग और प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान) (informally JMIT Radaur or simplyJMIT)[1] is a private college of Engineering in the state of Haryana, India. It was established in 1995 as a member of the group Seth Ved Parkash Mukand Lal Educational society. JMIT is affiliated with Kurukshetra University, in Kurukshetra. It is accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education,[2] a division of the state Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is also accredited by NAAC, NBA.[3]

Schools

Govt. Senior Secondary School, Mukand Lal National Senior Secondary School, Monika Model school, Swaraj Shishu Neekatan, DAV Public School, Hari Om Shiv OM Public School, Indian Public senior secondary School, Doon Public School, Like Public School.Monika Model School Raj Rajeshwari Public School

Year Assembly Constituency Name Winner Candidates Name
2014 Radaur N.A
2009 Radaur Dr.Bishan Lal Saini
2005 Radaur Ishwar Singh Palaka
2000 Radaur Banta Ram
1996 Radaur Banta Ram
1991 Radaur Lehri Singh
1987 Radaur Rattan Lal Kataria
1982 Radaur Ram Singh
1977 Radaur Lehri Singh

River

Transport NH 73
Industries BILT
ISGEC
Jamna Auto Industries

No.& Name of Assembly Constituency Electors as per Final Roll 2012 (05.01.2012) w.r.t.01.01.2012 as the qualifying date Electors as per Final Roll 2013 (15.01.2013) w.r.t.01.01.2013 as the qualifying date Electors as per Final Roll 2014 (15.01.2014)w.r.t.01.01.2014 as thequalifying date
Male Female Sex Ratio Male Female Sex Ratio Male Female Sex Ratio
10-Radaur 84246 68539 814 89282 73914 828 94122 79983 850

Constituency Wise Elector Information (Elector-Population Ratio)
No.& of Assembly Constituency Total Projected Population 2014 Electors as per Final Roll 2014 (15.01.2014) w.r.t.01.01.2014 as the qualifying date Ratio of Electors to Population
Male Female Sex Ratio Male Female Sex Ratio Male Female Sex Ratio
10-Radaur 156427 137187 293614 94122 79983 174105 602 583 593

Constituency Wise Information on EPIC & Photo Coverage in Final Roll 2014 (15.01.2014)
No.& Name of Assembly Constituency Total Electors in Final Roll 2014(15.01.2014) Total Photos in the Roll Non PhotoEntries %age of Non Photo Entries Total EPIC Holders Residual Electors(WithoutEPIC) %age of Residual Electors Latest %age of EPIC Coverage against Roll
10-Radaur 174105 174105 0 0.00 174105 0 0.00 100.00
General Election to Loksabha 2009 (May 2009)
No. & Name of A/C Total Strength    Voter Total Votes Polled Vote %age
10-Radaur 130967 102969 78.62
General Election to Loksabha 2009 (Oct 2009)

No. & Name of A/C Total Strength    Voter Total Votes Polled Vote %age
10-Radaur 146145 115076 78.74

POLLING STATIONS

For conducting fair, free and peaceful election, 187 polling stations have been setup in this Radaurr. Assembly Constituency wise detail of Polling Stations of this village is as under:-

Statement showing the Assembly Segment wise No. of Polling Stations in this
No. Name of Assembly Segment. No. of Polling Station Polling Station Locations No. Of Villages
1 10-Radaur 187 137 166

All the Polling Stations have been physical checked by concerned Assistant Returning Officers, the same are intact and fit for use for the forthcoming Lok Sabha General Election-2014

Name of District: Yamuna Nagar
Statement showing the Assembly Segment wise No. of Polling Stations in this
No.& Name of Assembly Constituency General Polling Stations Auxilliary Polling Stations Total Polling Stations(PSs) Urban Rural PSs for Weaker Sections Total Polling Stations Locations(PSLs) Urban PSLs Rural PSLs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
10-Radaur 187 0 187 0 187 0 137 0 137

Yamunangar poplution

  Yamunangar poplution Total
1,214,205
Male
646,718
Female
567,487
In the age group 0-6 years 146,789 80,393 66,396
Scheduled Castes (SC) 306,743 163,200 143,543
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 0 0 0
Literates 832,457 474,793 357,664
Illiterate 381,748 171,925 209,823
Total Worker 389,233 342,343 46,890
Main Worker 339,024 307,044 31,980
Main Worker - Cultivator 58,856 56,519 2,337
Main Worker - Agricultural Labourers 54,043 50,314 3,729
Main Worker - Household Industries 10,392 8,878 1,514
Main Worker - Other 215,733 191,333 24,400
Marginal Worker 50,209 35,299 14,910
Marginal Worker - Cultivator 2,660 1,805 855
Marginal Worker - Agriculture Labourers 19,208 14,343 4,865
Marginal Worker - Household Industries 1,895 962 933
Marginal Workers - Other 26,446 18,189 8,257
Marginal Worker (3-6 Months) 40,696 29,120 11,576
Marginal Worker - Cultivator (3-6 Months) 2,115 1,470 645
Marginal Worker - Agriculture Labourers (3-6 Months) 15,131 11,751 3,380
Marginal Worker - Household Industries (3-6 Months) 1,458 759 699
Marginal Worker - Other (3-6 Months) 21,992 15,140 6,852
Marginal Worker (0-3 Months) 9,513 6,179 3,334
Marginal Worker - Cultivator (0-3 Months) 545 335 210
Marginal Worker - Agriculture Labourers (0-3 Months) 4,077 2,592 1,485
Marginal Worker - Household Industries (0-3 Months) 437 203 234
Marginal Worker - Other Workers (0-3 Months) 4,454 3,049 1,405
Non Worker 824,972 304,375 520,597


Radaur Village Wise Population

Sr. No. Town/Village NO.of Household Person Male  Females
1 Kherki Brahmanan 108 661 351 315
2 Masan Rangran 196 1082 601 481
3 Ismailpur 94 547 292 255
4 Bapoli 152 888 465 423
5  Sadhura 138 834 448 386
6 Bubka 235 1,627 896 731
7 Amloha 69 492 268 224
8 Chamrori 200 1,246 684 562
9 Attawa 258 1,655 890 765
10 Dhanupura 67 407 222 185
11 Nagla Sadhan 90 588 314 274
12 Silli Kalan 153 999 566 433
13 Dohli 104 656 360 296
14 Mansoorpur 119 817 437 380
15 Nagal 133 787 416 371
16 Palaka 124 677 347 330
17 Bakana 449 2,618 1,428 1,190
18 Khajuri 207 1,196 637 559
19 Rattangarh 87 536 284 252
20 Bapa 404 2,553 1,324 1,229
21 Gundiana 377 2,414 1,291 1,123
22 Fatehpur 248 1,449 744 705
23 Sikandra 118 790 407 383
24 Jhinwarheri 149 861 461 400
25 Bhogpur 213 1,239 664 575
26 Hudia 88 505 272 233
27 Jamalpur 113 692 367 325
28 Balsuha 32 195 109 86
29 Bir Balsuha 207 1,377 731 646
30 Satgauli 81 457 262 195
31 Gundyani 62 450 247 203
32 Sagri 159 1,011 554 457
33 Rapoli 317 1,823 985 838
34 Ramgarh 69 480 262 218
35 Garhi Sikandra 119 615 344 271
36 Shahabpur 117 827 447 380
37 Bhagu Majra 134 795 427 368
38 Kheri Lakha Singh 54 366 195 171
39 Masana Jattan 64 405 214 191
40 Sabhapur
41 Mahmadpur 430 2,577 1,353 1,224
42 Kabulpur 161 1,042 540 502
43 Dhaurang 302 1,884 993 891
44 Kansepur
45 Sasauli
46 Kheri Rangran 136 789 427 362
47 Sudhal 109 724 409 315
48 Sudhail 253 1,528 837 691
49 Mandebri 379 2,235 1,196 1,039
50 Hasanpur 543 3,058 1,607 1,451
51 Mandebar 233 1,404 753 651
52 Golni 312 1,981 1,133 848
53 Jorian 150 750 406 344
54 Jhar Chandna 122 668 348 320
55 Kazi Bans 91 621 321 300
56 Uncha Chandna 579 3,077 1,610 1,467
57 Daulatpur Maliyan 178 1,186 650 536
58 Faridpur
59 Ahmadpur
60 Kulpur 170 1,058 579 479
61 Saran 643 3,863 2,015 1,848
62 Akbarpur 252 1,655 868 787
63 Tigri 172 977 535 442
64 Basantpura 108 666 354 312
65 Jaipur 161 1,038 557 481
66 Bahadurpur 280 1,656 904 752
67 Khajuri 207 1,196 637 559
68 Naharpur 599 4,002 2,181 1,821
69 Tigra 223 1,532 833 699
70 Tapu Kamalpur 213 1,580 838 742
71 Tapu Akalgarh
72 Farakpur
73 Daulatpur 129 790 429 361
74 Jubbal 392 2,168 1,148 1,020
75 Topra Kalan 330 2,061 1,112 949
76 Badanpuri 104 571 306 265
77 Topra Khurd 87 563 304 259
78 Golanpur 82 605 336 269
79 Modhli 47 269 148 121
80 Harnaul 216 1,313 706 607
81 Jampur 93 499 273 226
82 Bhoot Majra 80 578 306 272
83 Akalgarh 153 947 496 451
84 Sukhpura 133 743 419 324
85 Dusani 269 1,655 925 730
86 Pansra 595 2,580 1,501 1,079
87 Kami Majra 235 1,423 827 596
88 Raipur 346 2,224 1,253 971
89 Karera Khurd 490 2,858 1,604 1,254
90 Todarpur 95 557 293 264
91 Hariabans 103 690 380 310
92 Majri 47 269 148 121
93 Khurdi 296 1,797 955 842
94 Kalanaur 235 1,331 730 601
95 Dudhla
96 Damla 759 4,985 2,741 2,244
97 Aurangabad 333 1,810 990 820
98 Ror Chhapar 128 685 356 329
99 Patasgarh 27 129 70 59
100 Ishopur 118 667 379 288
101 Jhinjhron 90 491 253 238
102 Hargarh 101 593 310 283
103 Nagal 133 787 416 371
104 Potli 212 1,352 735 617
105 Rao 43 289 160 129
106 Gumthala 678 4,333 2,365 1,968
107 Kandrauli 195 1,268 681 587
108 Prahladpur
109 Sandhala 210 1,357 725 632
110 Sandhali 235 1,564 829 735
111 Rajheri 230 1,434 766 668
112 Thaska Khadar
113 Isherpur 109 751 404 347
114 Bhagwanpur 175 1,014 527 487
115 Mandauli 442 2,629 1,459 1,170
116 Sangipur 205 1,130 581 549
117 Dhaulra 254 1,581 875 706
118 Alipura 138 862 455 407
119 Ghespur 115 741 430 311
120 Bhagwangarh 60 369 187 182
121 Fatehgarh
122 Tapu Mandauli
123 Kunjal Kamboyan 132 790 430 360
124 Khurdban 353 2,084 1,134 950
125 Chhota Bans 319 1,733 934 799
126 Daulatpur Jagir 179 1,261 661 600
127 Marupur 97 612 322 290
128 Lakshi Bans 116 716 371 345
129 Barsan 160 1,047 534 513
130 Alahar 607 3,444 1,838 1,606
131 Mohri 98 706 371 335
132 Kartarpur 70 462 252 210
133 Palewala 158 1,120 577 543
134 Pobari 54 300 162 138
135 Rattangarh 87 536 284 252
136 Bagwali 165 1,035 556 479
137 Kanjnu 257 1,583 839 744
138 Radauri 225 1,378 735 643
139 Radaur
140 Kalesra 83 463 246 217
141 Daulatpur 129 790 429 361
142 Ghilour 543 3,058 1,607 1,451
143 Hartan 211 1,315 714 601
144 Hiran Chhappar 122 738 408 330
145 Nachron 403 2,561 1,392 1,169
146 Nagla Rangran
147 Nagli 11 74 52 22
148 Kunjal Jattan 150 920 496 424
149 Jhaguri 172 1,205 622 583
150 Baindi 269 1,678 877 801
151 Chhari 193 1,198 644 554
152 Silli Khurd 60 430 228 202
153 Rapri 59 382 214 168
154 Mandhar 173 1,061 569 492
155 Unheri
156 Barheri 227 1,322 721 601
157 Hafizpur 118 721 385 336
158 Nakum 6 30 16 14
159 Dakwala 3 12 12
160 Bucha Bans
161 Karhera 265 1,701 904 797
162 Majri Urf Dayalgarh 23 169 91 78
163 Lal Chhappar
164 Jathlana 1,054 6,127 3,245 2,882
165 Ramgarh
166 Madhobans 106 675 385 290