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List of Agro based Industries

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About Home Department, Government of Bihar

Home Department plays a key role in Administration. It is bedrock of Police Administration. This Department oversees the maintenance of law and order; prevention and control of crimes; prosecution of criminals besides dealing with Fire Services and Prisons Administration.
It is the nodal Department so far as State Secretariat Service is concerned. Apart from these, Fire Services, Home Guards Services are also being looked after in Home Department. It is closely connected with the conduct of elections to Parliament, and State Legislatures. It keeps a close liaison with Defence Services of Military and Civil Co-operation and for setting up of defence projects in the State.

Divisions of Department:
  1. Home (Special)
  2. Home (Police)
  3. Prison
  4. Police HQ
  5. Home Guard
  6. Fire Service
  7. Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL)
  8. Bihar Police Building Construction Corporation
  9. Police Radio
  10. Police Laboratory (Handwriting)
  11. Photo & Finger Print Bureau
  12. Sainik Kalyan
  13. Prosecution
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Flood Management Information System (FMIS), Bihar

Flood Management Information System, Bihar finds its genesis in the brainstorming meeting on Jan 18, 2006 in which the Government of Bihar (GoB) and the World Bank agreed on a water sector partnership matrix and action plan in three time horizons. In the short term it was proposed to improve the technical and institutional capacity of the State of Bihar for flood management, introducing the extensive use of modern information technologies developing and implementing a comprehensive Flood Management Information System (FMIS) in priority areas.

Mukhyamantri Kanya Suraksha Yojna

Mukhyamantri Kanya Suraksha Yojana ensures the rightful place of pride in the society for a girl child, her safety and security, improve the sex ratio and to encourage registration of birth.

The scheme launched jointly by the Bihar Government Social Welfare Department, State Women Development Corporation, and the UTI Asset Management Company, would incur a spending Rs. 140 crore to empower over 7 lakh girls and needy women in the state. Tripartite Memorandum of Undertaking was signed on June 7, 2008. The state government would invest Rs. 2,000 for the first two girls in a family living under the Below Poverty Level (BPL) and born on or after November 22, 2007. The amount of Rs.2000/- will be invested by Women Development Corporation, Patna, Bihar on behalf Government of Bihar in UTI-Children’s Career Balanced Plan-Growth Option. On completion of 18 years the amount equal to the maturity value will be paid to the girl child (Rs. 18000/-). Incase of death of girl child during the intervening period the amount will be paid back to Women Development Corporation, Patna, Bihar. Mukhya Mantri Kanya Suraksha Yojana of Government of Bihar will benefit around 7 lakh girl children born in families living below the poverty line each year. This money could come very handy in pursuing higher education or start a small business if the girls wished to do so.
Under the new scheme, 250 schools would be developed exclusively for the girls in which education would be imparted on the Plus-2 system. Free text books would be provided up to the 8th grade while a stipend of Rs. 200 per month would be given to the needy widows under a scheme dubbed as Lakshmi Bai Pension Plan.

UTI Children’s Career Balanced Plan
UTI Children’s Career Balanced Plan was launched in July 1993 as an openended Plan. Under the Plan, investment can be made in the name of children so as to provide them after they attain the age of 18 years a means to meet the cost of higher education or any other social obligation.
Fund collected under UTI Children’s Career Balanced Plan are invested in equities, debentures/bonds of companies and other money market instruments. The scheme has an asset allocation limit of minimum 60% in debt and maximum 40% in equities/equity related instruments.

Regional Passport Office Patna (Bihar)

Regional Passport Office Patna started functioning from 1977. It caters to all the districts of Bihar. The office is located at D-Block, Maurya Lok Complex, Patna-1.Application Forms
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Passport Act RTI Introduction
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List Of Holidays
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The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA)

The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act aims at enhancing the livelihood security of people in rural areas by guaranteeing hundred days of wage-employment in a financial year to a rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.
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Bihar to promote organic farming: Nitish Kumar

  Patna. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Wednesday said his government will help farmers adopt organic farming for sustainable agriculture and prosperity. Inaugurating a three-day International Conference on Organic Agriculture with Focus on Horticulture Crops in Bihar here, Nitish Kumar said that the state was at the threshold of a “rainbow revolution”...Read More

What is Unique Identification(UID) and Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)?

A Unique Identification is merely a string assigned to an entity that identifies the entity uniquely.The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) plans to assign a Unique ID to every person residing in India. Biome-tric identification system and checks would be used to ensure that each individual is as-signed one and only UID and the process of generating a new UID would ensure that duplicates are not issued as valid UID numbers.
What is UIDAI?
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has been created, with the mandate of providing a unique identity to all Indian residents. The UIDAI has published an approach to pursuing this mandate, and plans to use biometrics to eliminate
duplicates and ensure uniqueness at enrolment. 
The AADHAR system is being designed to eventually service the entire population of India, and will involve the biometric identification of 1.2 billion residents. Since the estimated database size (1.2 Billion residents) is an order of magnitude larger than the current largest biometric database (115 Million), the biometric subsystem will have to be constantly monitored for accuracy, scalability and performance. To de-risk the entire program, the system will operate multiple concurrent solutions with the ability to introduce and test newer solutions.
Each Automated Biometric Identification Subsystem (ABIS) must implement an interface that is compliant with this specification. That de-couples the biometric subsystem from the main application logic, and enables a management layer that can orchestrate across the multiple solution providers, continuously measure accuracy, performance and enable better decision making. Initially, the same interface will be used for enrolment and authentication. At a later time, authentication may be moved out to a separate sub-system for better scaling, and replication. More generally, as the UID database grows in size, the requirements of the biometric system may evolve, and implementers of this interface will have to keep up with them.


State Health Society, Bihar

The state health society, Bihar has been established to guide its functionaries towards Receiving, managing (including disbursement to implementing agencies e.g. Directorate, of Medical & Public Health District Societies, NGOs etc.) and account for the funds received from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.

Its resources will manage the NGO / PPP (Public-Private partnership) components of the NRHM in the state including execution of contracts, disbursement of funds and monitoring of performance. Bihar Govt. has decided that SHS Bihar will function as a Resource Centre for the Department of Health & Family Welfare in policy/situational analysis and policy development (including development of operational guidelines and preparation of policy change proposals for the consideration of Government).

SHS Bihar, Strengthen the technical / management capacity of the Directorate of Medical & Health Services patna as well as of the Districts Societies by various means including through recruitment of individual / institutional experts from the open market and mobilize financial / non-financial resources for complementing/supplementing the NRHM activities in the State.

It will organize training, meeting, conferences, policy review studies / surveys, workshops and inter-state exchange visits etc. for deriving inputs for improving the implementation of NRHM in the BIHAR.

Bihar Knowledge Centre (BKC)

  The Bihar Knowledge Centre will be a Key interface between Students and the Industry thereby creating job opportunities for talent for Bihar. The BKC shall provide training which will range from highly technical courses to end-user training. New courses are regularly added to the Knowledge Centre, providing users with the information and training they need to master existing as well as upcoming demands of industry to increase their employability, capability and capacity.
Goals of BKC:-

    * Establish an inclusive, comprehensive and nationally consistent process for identification of industry needs and address these via training, appropriate funding and resource mechanism
    * Establish a process for a systematic and responsive integration of research and development outcomes into Training packages and courses
    * Establish industry consultation as a key feature of training quality assurance, and course development, review and evaluation processes
    * BKC would become a premiere institution in the state of Bihar for Skill Development and High End Specialised Training.

BKC will have trained Trainers of specialized courses with leading software development companies. Also, it can hire trainers from the original software manufacturers and training partners of those firms.
BKC should not merely be an IT training/Coaching institute, rather it will be a Knowledge centre in true sense by taking up other activities like:-

    * Soft Skill Development
    * Entrepreneurship Development
    * Self-Employing Activities (Creation of a cadre of trainers and professional to take up state level training and knowledge generation agency)
    * Creation of Knowledge repository for Government of Bihar to take up IT, e-Governance initiatives to newer levels including Government Process Outsourcing

The BKC will start with a Centralized Training Facility in Patna. After stabilization and maturity within a year it will start establishing training centres in the educational institutions and districts all over the state of Bihar.

List of Bihar Government Departments

Bihar Government Departments and there website
Animal & Fish Resources
BC & EBC Welfare
Board of Revenue
Building Construction
Commercial Taxes
Disaster Management
Environment & Forest
Food & Consumer Protection
General Administration
Health & Family Welfare
Human Resource Development
Information & Public Relations
Information Technology
Labour Resources
Minority Welfare
Panchayati Raj
Public Health Engineering
Registration, Excise & Prohibition
Revenue & Land Reforms
Road Construction
Rural Development
Rural Works
Science & Technology
SC & ST Welfare
Social Welfare
Urban Development
Water Resources
Youth, Art & Culture

List of Ayurvedic Colleges in Bihar


Ayurvedic Colleges in Bihar

Ayurvedic Medical College Gaya – 823 001 Ayurvedacharya (Seats:30)
Dayanand Ayurved College & Hospital Siwan – 841 266(BIHAR) Ayurvedacharya (Seats:40)
Government Ayurvedic College Post-Graduate
Training & Research Centre
Kadam Kuan, Patna – 800003(BIHAR) Ayurvedacharya (Seats:40), Ayurved Vachaspati [Dravyaguna (Seats:04), Rasashastra (Seats:04)]

Moti Singh Jogeshwari Ayurved College & Hospital Bara Telpa, Chhapra-841301(BIHAR) Ayurvedacharya (Seats:40)
Nitishwar Institute of Medical Sciences Bawan Beegha, Kanholi, P.O. Ramna, Muzaffarpur-842 002 (BIHAR) Ayurvedacharya (Seats:40)
Rajkiya Ayodhya Shivkumari Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Begusarai-850 101. (BIHAR) Ayurvedacharya (Seats:30)
Rajkiya Maharani Rameshwari Bhartiya Chikitsa Vigyan Sansthan Mohanpur – 846 006(BIHAR)
Sh. Yatindra Narayan Ashtang Government Ayurvedic College P.O.Champanagar, Bhagalpur-812 004. (BIHAR)
Shri Dhanwatri Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Ahirouli, Buxar- 802 001. (BIHAR)
Shri Ravindranath Mukherji Ayurved College Distt. Champaran, Motihari-845 401. (BIHAR)
Swami Raghwendracharya Tridandi Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Karjara Station, P.O. Manjhol, Gaya-823 001 (BIHAR)

Right to Service Bill 2011

  The Government of Bihar (GoB) launched the “Bihar Prashasnik Sudhar Mission” (BPSM) with the overall objective of transforming the Governance of the State. The Department for International Development (DFID) is financing the administration of BPSM and is also providing resources to help Govt. of Bihar implement administrative reforms, modernise administrative processes, strengthen human resource m...anagement and increase accountability under the Bihar Governance and Administrative Reforms Programme (BGARP).

In a bid to weed out corruption from the grassroots level, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said he will bring the Right to Service Bill during the Budget session.“The proposed Act, besides the RTI Act, will be an important tool in the hands of the people. We have been receiving numerous complaints regarding obtaining income tax and other kinds of certificates, depositing bills and other utility related services,” said Nitish.
The government has asked bureaucrats to prepare a draft of the proposed bill that seeks to make it mandatory for the state government and its agencies to extend services to people within the stipulated timeframe failing which the officials concerned could be penalised.

About Nitish Kumar

Father's Name : Late Shri Kaviraj Ram Lakhan Singh
Mother's Name : Smt. Parmeshwari Devi
Date of Birth : 1st March, 1951.
Place of Birth : Bakhtiarpur, District - Patna, State - Bihar.
Marital Status : Married.
Date of Marriage : 22nd February, 1973.
Spouse's Name : Late Smt. Manju Kumari Sinha.
No. of Children : One.
Educational  : B.Sc. (Engineering) 
Qualifications   Educated at Bihar College of Engineering, Patna, Bihar.
Profession : Political & Social Worker, Agriculturist, Engineer.
Permanent Address  : Village - Hakikatpur, PO - Bakhtiarpur, District - Patna, Bihar.
Present Address : Patna, Bihar.

Positions Held    
1985-89 : Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly.
1986-87 : Member, Committee on Petitions, Bihar Legislative Assembly.
1987-88 : President, Yuva Lok Dal, Bihar.
1987-89 : Member, Committee on Public Undertakings, Bihar Legislative Assembly.
 1989 : Secretary-General, Janata Dal, Bihar.
1989 : Elected to 9th Lok Sabha.
1989-16/7/1990 : Member, House Committee (Resigned).
4/1990-11/1990 : Union Minister of State, Agriculture and Co-operation.
1991 : Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (2nd term).
1991-93 : General-Secretary, Janata Dal.
Deputy Leader of Janata Dal in Parliament.
17/12/91-10/5/96 : Member, Railway Convention Committee.
8/4/93-10/5/96 : Chairman, Committee on Agriculture.
1996 : Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (3rd term).
Member, Committee on Estimates.
Member, General Purposes Committee.
Member, Joint Committee on the Constitution (Eighty-first Amendment Bill, 1996).
1996-98 : Member, Committee on Defence.
1998 : Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (4th term).
19/3/98-5/8/99 : Union Cabinet Minister, Railways.
14/4/98-5/8/99 : Union Cabinet Minister, Surface Transport (additional charge).
1999 : Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (5th term).
13/10/99-22/11/99 : Union Cabinet Minister, Surface Transport.
22/11/99-3/3/2000 : Union Cabinet Minister, Agriculture.
3/3/00-10/3/2000 : Chief Minister, Bihar.
27/5/00-20/3/01 : Union Cabinet Minister, Agriculture.
20/3/01-21/7/01 : Union Cabinet Minister, Agriculture with additional charge of Railways.
22/7/01-21/5/04 : Union Cabinet Minister, Railways.
2004 : Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha (6th term).
Member, Committee on Coal & Steel.
Member, General Purposes Committee.
Member, Committee of Privileges.
Leader Janata Dal (U) Parliamentary Party, Lok Sabha.
From 24/11/2005   Chief Minister, Bihar.


It is during the winter season that the birds from the Himalayas migrate towards the plains. With the advent of these colorful birds, celebration of sama–chakeva is done. This is a festival especially celebrated in mithila. mithilanchal dedicates this festival to the celebration of the brother sister relationship. It represents the tradition of this land as well as the art of making idols. This festival starts with the welcoming of the pair of birds sama-chakeva. Girls make clay idols of various birds and decorate them in their own traditional ways. Various rituals are performed and the festival joyfully ended with the ‘vidai’ of sama and with a wish that these birds return to this land the next year.


  Bihula is a prominent festival of eastern Bihar especially famous in Bhagalpur district. There are many myths related to this festival. People pray to goddess Mansa for the welfare of their family.


  This festival is celebrated all over mithilanchal with much enthusiasm. It is celebrated in the month of Sawan (Hindu calendar), which falls around August. This festival carries a message with itself. It teaches how to weave together religion and tradition in day-to-day life.

Educational Institutions

    Patna University, Patna.
    Chanakya National Law University, Patna.
    Magadh University, Bodh Gaya.
    Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur.
    Tilka Manjhi, Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur.
    Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga.
    Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University, Darbhanga.
    Jaiprakash University, Chapra.
    Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, Madhepura.
    Vir Kunwar Singh University, Arrah.
    Nalanda Open University, Patna.
    Mazrul Haque Arabi-Farsi University, Patna.
    Rajendra Agriculture University, Pusa.

 Engineering Colleges   
    Bihar College of Engineering (Approved by AICTE, New Delhi), Patna University, Patna - 800 005.
    Bhagalpur College of Engineering (Affiliated to Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University), Sabour, Bhagalpur - 813 210.
    Bihar Institute of Silk and Textile, Bhagalpur, Bihar.
    College of Agricultural Engineering, Rajendra Agriculture University, Pusa, Samastipur - 848 125.
    Maulana Azad College of Engineering & Technology (Affiliated to Magadh University and approved by AICTE, New Delhi), Anisabad, Patna - 800 002.
    Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology, Muzaffarpur - 842 003.
    Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Dairy Technology, Rajendra Agriculture University, P.O. - Dhelwan, Lohiyanagar, Patna - 800 020.
    R. P. Sharma Institute of Technology (Affiliated to Magadh University and approved by AICTE, New Delhi), West of Canal Bailey Road, Patna - 800 024.

 Management Institutions   
    Chandragupt Institute of Management, Patna.
    Gaya College (Affiliated to Magadh University), Gaya, Bihar.
    Indian Institute of Business Management (Recognised by AICTE, New Delhi), Buddh Marg, Patna - 800 001.
    L.N.Mishra Institute of Economic Development and Social Changes, Patna.
    Patna Women's College (Affiliated to Patna University), Bailey Road, Patna.
    Shanti Sewa Samiti's Indian Institute of Hotel Management, 11 IAS Colony, Kidwaipuri, Patna - 800 001.

 Medical Colleges   
    Darbhanga Medical College, Laheriasarai.
    Shree Krishna Medical College, Muzaffarpur.
    Patna Medical College, Patna.
    Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Bhagalpur.
    A. N. Magadh Medical College, Gaya.
    Nalanda Medical College, Patna.
    Katihar Medical College, Katihar.
    Mata Gujri Medical College, Kishanganj.

 Research Institutions   
    Central Fuel Research Institute, Jalgorda.
    Rajendra Memorial Research Institute, Agamkuan, Patna.
    Bihar Research Institute, Patna.
    K. P. Jaiswal Research Institute, Patna.
    Dr. A. N. Sinha Research Institute, Patna.
    Darbhanga Research Institute, Darbhanga.

 Law Colleges   
    T.N.B. Law College, Bhagalpur.
    S.K.J. Law College, Muzaffarpur.
    A.M. Collge, Gaya.
    Maharaja College, Arrah, Bojpur.
    Patna Law College, Patna.
    Bidheh Law College, Madhubani.
    Law College, Samastipur.
    Shivanand Mandal Law College, Madhepura.
    M.S. College, Motihari.

 Ayurvedic Colleges   
    Tibbi College, Patna.
    Astang Ayurvedic College, Bhagalpur.
    Shiv Kumari Ayurvedic College, Begusarai.
    Ayurvedic College, Patna.
    Maharani Rameshwari Mahavidyalay, Darbhanga.

 Veterinary Colleges   
    Bihar Veterinary College, Patna.
    Faculty of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Samastipur.

 Agriculture/Forestry Colleges and Universities   
    Bihar Agriculture College, Bhagalpur.
    Tirhut College of Agriculture, Muzaffarpur.
    Rajendra Agriculture University, Pusa, Samastipur.
    Faculty of Forestry Science, Samastipur.

 Fine Arts Colleges   
    Faculty of Fine Arts and Crafts, Bhagalpur University.
    Govt. College of Arts and Crafts, Patna.

 Laboratory and Research Centres   
    T.B. Demonstration and Training Centre, Patna.
    T.B. Demonstration and Training Centre, Darbhanga.
    Central Fuel Research Institute, Jalgorda.
    Nav Nalanda Mahavihar, Patna.

 Other Institutions   
    Bihar College of Pharmacy, New Bailey Road, Patna - 801 503.
    Bihar Flying Institute, Civil Aerodrome, Patna.
    Kishanganj Pharmacy College, Kishanganj - 855 107.
    National Institute of Physiotherapy and Communication Disorders, PMP Bhawan, Kashi Nath Lane, East Lohanipur, Patna - 800 003.
    Patliputra College of Pharmacy, PO - Bihar Veterinary College Campus, New Bailey Road, Patna - 800 014.
    R.L.S.Yadav College of Pharmacy, Reshmi Complex, Kidwaipuri, Patna - 800 002.
    Netraheen Chatra Vidyalay, Bhagalpur.
    Balika Mahavidyalay, Lakhisarai.
    Bihar Rashtrabhasha Parishad, Patna.
    Prakrit Jain Shastra Aur Ahinsa Sansthan, Vaishali.
    A.N.Sinha Samaj Adhyayan Sansthan, Patna.
    Madersa Ajeejeeya, Bihar Sharif, Nalanda.
    Science College, Patna.
    Muk Badhir Vidyalay, Patna.

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