Demography

Geographical Status of District
Description Figures/Details
Establishment 1972
Area 2772 Square km.
Height from Sea Level  427 Meter
Latitude 23.250 North
Longitude 77.420 East
Border of district Guna in North,Vidisha in North-East,Raisen in East,Sehore in West.
Geographical structure of the district Bhopal is located in the central part of India, Surrounded by lakes and hills, the district is famous for its natural beauty. The city has uneven elevation and has small hills within its boundaries. The prominent hills in Bhopal are Idgah hills and Shyamala hills in the northern region, Katara hills in southern region. City’s geography has in it two lakes namely upper lake and lower lake.
Climate

Humid subtropical climate

Temperature 300 During the summer season, from March to June, the average rainy season ranges from June to September in the rainy season, beginning from October to January month. Winter season beginning October to January

Administrative Setup of District
Description In Numbers
Parliamentary Area 01 ( Bhopal, Parliamentary Area MP 19)
Number of assembly constituencies 7
Subdivision 2
Tehsil 3 ( Huzur,Berasia,Kolar)
Blocks 2 ( Phanda, Berasia)
Grampanchayats 202, 110(Berasia),92 (Huzur)
Total Villages 614
Number of Revenue Grams 611
Number of total forest villages 3
Nagar Nigam 1
Zones of Nagar nigam 19
Wards of Nagar Nigam 85
Population of District Bhopal (According Census 2011)
Description Figures
Total Population 2368145
Total Male Population 1239378
Total Female Population 1128767
Sex Ratio 918
Density of Population ( Persons per sq. Km.) 855