Bhilwara receives electricity from Kota, Beawar, Rana Pratap Sagar and Nimbahera. All the 1,565 villages have been electrified.


The main rivers in the district are Banas, Beduch, Kothari, Khari, Menaali, Unli and Meaj. The water table in the district is comparatively high between 10 to 20 meters. The district has about 86,600 wells and 56 tube-wells, providing drinking water and irrigation facilities. Ground water in the district is fresh and generally considered as potable although the concentration in fluoride is regularly above normal, and can cause fluorosis.


Road Transport
The city is connected by National Highway No. 79 through Jaipur, Ajmer and Udaipur, which makes the major cities accessible. The four lane highway is part of golden quadrilateral highway project of India and connects Bhilwara with major cities.

Another National No. 76 part of the East West Corridor (Four Lane) passes through the district. The total length of both section is 120 km. South State Highway (Jaipur-Udaipur) passes through the district.

Rail Transport
A broad gauge railway line connects Ajmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Delhi, Bharatpur, Agra, Gwalior, Lucknow, Kanpur, Allahabab, Patna, Kolkata, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Ratlam, Vadodara, Surat, and Mumbai passes through the district.

Air Transport
The nearest airport is at Udaipur (150 km)

Communication Facilities

(No.) Post Offices 391 Telegraph Offices 95 Telephone exchanges 71 Public call offices 1,180

Educational Facilities/Institutions

(No.) Primary and Middle Schools 2009, Higher Secondary and Secondary Schools 212, Under Graduate and Post Graduate Colleges 7, ITI, Textile Institute and others 6.

Health Centres

Name of hospital Designation Phone
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital Principal Medical Officer 01482-220400 PBX Nos 01482-232641 (PMO) 01482-231400 01482-220139 01482-229400 01482-220048
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital PMO 01482-232641 (O) 01482-232642 (R)
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital RCHO 01482-232646
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital RCHO 01482-232645
Govt. Hospital, Gulabpura Dy. CMHO 01483-223633
Govt. Hospital, Gangapur Dy. CMHO 01481-220550
Govt. Hospital, MandalGarh Dy. CMHO 01489-230040
Govt. Hospital, Shahpura Dy. CMHO 01484-223091
Primary Health Center, Mandal Dy. CMHO 01486-266708
Community Health Center, Banera Dy. CMHO 01487-272110
Referral Hospital, MandalGarh Dy. CMHO 01489-230040
Community Health Center, Bijoliyan Dy. CMHO 01489-236065
Primary Health Center, Kotri Dy. CMHO 01488-235881 (R)
Satelite Hospital, Shahpura Dy. CMHO 01484-222203
Block Pri. Health Center, Jahazpur Dy. CMHO 01485-230102
Community Health Center, Gangapur Dy. CMHO 01481-220550
Community Health Center, Raipur Dy. CMHO 01481-230035
Community Health Center, Gulabpura Dy. CMHO 01483-223099
Primary Health Center, Hurda Dy. CMHO 01483-223013 P.P(PCO)
Primary Health Center, Asind Dy. CMHO 01480-220787

(No.) Primary and Middle Schools 2009, Higher Secondary and Secondary Schools 212, Under Graduate and Post Graduate Colleges 7, ITI, Textile Institute and others 6.


Agricultural Resources
Agriculture is the main occupation of majority of the population of Bhilwara District. More than 80 percent of the workers are engaged in agricultural activity.

S.NO Land Use Area (Hectare) %
1 Forest 73961 7.06
2 Non Agriculture 212264 20.26
3 Barren and Uncultivated 58448 3.31
4 Other uncultivated 58448 4.03
5 Cultivable waste 13653 0.77
6 Fallow land 273834 15.52
7 Net area sown 1244605 70.54
8 Double Crop Area 398082 22.56
Total Area 1047451

Major Crops
Maize, Wheat, Barley(jo), Til, Urad, Moong, Jeera,Gram, Groundnut, Rai, Mustard & Cotton are major crops of Bhilwara District.Kharif sowing is done at the begining of the monsoon which normally reaches Bhilwara in the last week of June. Kharif crops constitute bulk of the food production in the district as the agricultural activities are mostly dependent on Monsoons. Kharif crops include urad, maize, moong, groundnut etc.. Rabi crops are usually sown in November.


District Bhilwara has a well-developed Education structure. Department of Education,Government of Rajasthan is responsible for primary,Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. To achieve the goal of literacy in rajasthan government has a very strong network of schools. The schools are divided in three categories to provide education at various stages. The division is as follows: 1.Primary Education 2.Secondary Education 3.Higher Secondary Education.

To reach the education to the masses the government has further given recognition to various private institutes to provide education to the children.Beside this Govt. is also running Rajiv Gandhi Pathashala (School) Scheme,to provide primary education to the rural children.

Various schemes are going on to improve the status of the education in the destrict : - Shiksha Aapke Dwar (Education at your door) District Primary Education Program (DPEP) Ghummakad Vidyalaya Shiksha Mitra Yojna.

To impart higher College education,there are six colleges in the district and one Engineering college: Manikya Lal Verma Textile College, Bhilwara Manikya Lal Verma Goverment College, Bhilwara Seth Muralidhar Maansinghka Government Girls College, Bhilwara.

Beside this there are colleges at Shahpura, gangapur, Gulabpura and Mandalgarh. Besides ,there are school run By CBSE.They are: Central School, Bhilwara Central School, Hurda Navodaya Vidhyalaya, Hurda.
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