Important Fact Related to Madhya Pradesh | MP General Knowledge

Important Fact Related to Madhya Pradesh | MP General Knowledge
Posted on 20-04-2022

Important Fact Related to Madhya Pradesh

  • State Capital – Bhopal
  • State language - Hindi
  • Formation – November 1, 1956
  • Total Districts – 52
  • State bird - Dudhraj
  • State animal - Barasingha
  • State flower - Lily
  • State Fruit – Mango
  • State tree - Banyan
  • Literacy Rate – 69.3%
  • Male Literacy Rate – 78.7%
  • Female Literacy Rate – 59.2%
  • Number of Lok Sabha Seats – 29
  • Number of Rajya Sabha members – 11
  • Number of Assembly seats – 230
  • State population density - 236 persons per sq km
  • Total Population (as per the last figures of the year 2011) – 7,26,26,809
  • Male Population – 3,76,12,306
  • Female Population – 3,50,14,503
  • Decade Population Growth Rate – 20,30%
  • Most Populous District – Indore
  • District with minimum population – Niwari
  • District with highest sex ratio – Balaghat
  • District with lowest sex ratio – Bhind
  • District with highest population density – Bhopal
  • District with minimum population density – Dindori
  • District with highest literacy rate – Jabalpur
  • District with lowest literacy rate – Alirajpur
  • District with highest male literacy rate – Jabalpur/Indore
  • District with lowest male literacy rate – Alirajpur
  • District with highest female literacy rate – Bhopal
  • District with lowest female literacy rate – Alirajpur
  • District with highest percentage of urban population – Bhopal
  • District with minimum percentage of urban population – Dindori
  • District with highest Scheduled Caste (SC) percentage – Ujjain
  • District with minimum SC percentage – Jhabua
  • District with highest ST percentage – Alirajpur
  • District with minimum Scheduled Tribe – Bhind
  • The two districts with the highest child population are Indore and Dhar.
  • There are two districts with minimum child population – Harda and Anuppur.
  • The two districts with the highest and lowest decadal growth rates are Indore and Jhabua and Anuppur and Betul respectively.
  • Highest and lowest scheduled caste population respectively – Indore and Jhabua
  • Rank of Madhya Pradesh on the basis of population in India – Sixth
  • The state's rank in the country in terms of literacy rate - 28th
  • State's rank in female literacy – 28th
  • Average sex ratio in the state – 931 (female per thousand men)
  • Child Sex Ratio in Madhya Pradesh – 918
  • Name of the district of Madhya Pradesh whose sex ratio is equal to the state's sex ratio - Rewa District (930)
  • Lowest Child Sex Ratio District – Morena
  • District with Highest Child Sex Ratio – Alirajpur
  • Area – 3,08,252 sq. km.
  • Place of Madhya Pradesh in terms of area – Second
  • Largest district in terms of area – Chhindwara
  • Smallest district in terms of area – Niwari
  • The largest city of the state – Indore
  • Border states – Chhattisgarh in the east, Rajasthan and Gujarat in the west, Uttar Pradesh in the north and Maharashtra in the south
  • State joining the maximum boundary of the state – Uttar Pradesh (in 10 districts)
  • State joining the minimum border – Gujarat
  • River joining the southern border of Madhya Pradesh – Tapti
  • River joining the northern border of Madhya Pradesh – Chambal
  • Line passing through Madhya Pradesh – Tropic of Cancer
  • First Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh – Shri Ravi Shankar Fee
  • First Governor of the state – Pattabhi Sitaramayya
  • First University – Dr. Harisingh Gour (Sagar) 1946
  • First Biosphere Reserve – Pachmarhi
  • First Fossil National Park – Dindori
  • State's first international airport – Bhopal
  • The city known by the nickname 'City of Lakes' – Bhopal
  • The only hill station of the state which is called the queen of Satpura - Pachmarhi
  • The total length of roads in Madhya Pradesh – 73,311 km.
  • Largest Railway Junction of Madhya Pradesh – Itarsi
  • Headquarter of Railway Services Department in Madhya Pradesh – Bhopal
  • Total airports in Madhya Pradesh – 5 (Khajuraho, Gwalior, Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur)
  • The state which was carved out of Madhya Pradesh on November 1, 2000 – Chhattisgarh
  • Major folk songs of Madhya Pradesh – Alha, Kalgi, Turra, Nagpanthi, Gayan, Bharthari etc.
  • Major folk dances of Madhya Pradesh – Gangaur, Kati, Fefaria, Aara-Khada dance, Danda dance, Matki dance, Rajwadi, Rai dance, Khaira dance, Kanda dance etc.
  • Most spoken dialect in Madhya Pradesh - Bundelkhandi
  • Major rivers of Madhya Pradesh – Narmada, Chambal, Son, Tapti and Betwa
  • Largest river of Madhya Pradesh – Narmada
  • India's 5th largest river – Narmada
  • Major tribes of the state – Gond Bhil, Baiga, Korku, Bharia, Kol, Halba, Saharia, Saur, Khaikhar, Panika, Kewar etc.
  • Major crops of the state – rice, wheat, jowar, gram, soybean, sugarcane and cotton

  • Major commercial crop of the state – Soyabean

  • Major Tiger Reserves of the State – Kanha, Panna, Badhavgarh Pench, Satpura

  • Major National Parks of Madhya Pradesh – Kanha Kisli, Madhav, Bandhavgarh, Panna, Satpura, Van Vihar, Son, Narsingh Garh etc.

  • First National Park of Madhya Pradesh – Kanha Kisli

  • Major minerals found in the state – Graphite, mica, glass, bauxite, copper, marble, limestone, coal, molten stone, slate etc.

  • State High Court – Jabalpur

  • Madhya Pradesh ranks first in the production of diamond, diasphor, pyrophyllite and copper ore in the country.

  • Percentage of forest area in Madhya Pradesh – 31%

  • Most Reserved Forest in the State – Ujjain

  • Least Reserved Forest in the State – Rajgarh

  • Most forested district in the state – Balaghat district

  • District with least forest in the state – Shajapur district

  • First state to nationalize forests (1970) – Madhya Pradesh
  • News Print Factory of Madhya Pradesh – Nepanagar
  • Establishment of State Vigilance Commission in Madhya Pradesh – March 1, 1964
  • Establishment of Human Rights Commission in the state – December 1994
  • Formation of State Finance Commission in the State – December 1994
  • Jawahar Lal Nehru Police Academy is located in the state – in Sagar
  • First state to give 50 percent reservation to women in Panchayat elections – Madhya Pradesh
  • State's first Gemstone Refining Center – Jabalpur
  • State's first special economic zone – Indore
  • Oil refinery factory in the state – Bina (Sagar)
  • State's largest sanctuary – Naurodehi
  • State's smallest sanctuary – Rala Mandal
  • State's smallest national park – Van Bihar
  • Madhya Pradesh's place in mineral production - third
  • Establishment of Crystal IT Park in the state – Indore
  • Optical fiber factory in the state – Mandideep
  • Alcohol and Carbon Dioxide Plant – Ratlam
  • Currency Printing Press – Dewas
  • Security Paper Mill – Hoshangabad
  • Railway Coach Factory – Bhopal
  • District with maximum industry in the state – Pithampura (Dhara district)
  • Least Industry District – Panna District
  • Highest wind mill in the state – Indore
  • Major tourist places of the state – Kanha Kisli, Maheshwar, Khajuraho, Gwalior Fort, Sanchi Stupa, Pachmarhi, Bhimbetka, Mandu, Bandhavgarh, etc.
  • Major religious places of the state – Chitrakoot, Ujjain etc.

President's rule in the state of Madhya Pradesh 

 
(1) From 30.04.1977 to 23.06.1977 in the middle of the fifth and sixth assembly periods.
 
(2) From 17.02.1980 to 09.06.1980 in the middle of the Sixth and Seventh Vidhansabha period.
 
(3) From 15.12.1992 to 06.12.1993 in the middle of the ninth and tenth assembly periods.

 

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