Tradditional Info
Name of Tahsil Std Code
Nagpur 0712
Hingna 07104
Kamptee 07109
Katol 07112
Narkhed 07105
Saoner 07113
Kalmeshwar 07118
Ramtek 07114
Parseoni 07102
Mauda 07115
Umred 07116
Bhiwapur 07106
Kuhi 07100


Kamptee is a city and a municipal council in Nagpur district. It is below the confluence of the Kanhan River with the rivers Pench and Kolar.

It is located at latitude 21°223' north, longitude 79°2' west. It has an area of 40,706 hectares. The total population of Kamptee region is 136,124. The male population of which is 70,375 while female population is 65,749.

The literacy rate of Kamptee is 90.07% which is higher than National Urban average of 85 %. Literacy rate for male and female for Kamptee stood at 94.83 % and 84.98 % respectively. Total literates in Kamptee were 109,241 of which males were 59,505 and remaining 49,736 were females.
There are ninety-four Anganwadi pre-primary schools, eighty government aided primary schools, and only one government funded high school. There are two tertiary colleges in Kamptee; the Seth Kesrimal Porwal College, established in 1965 with faculties of science, commerce and the arts, and the Smt Kishoritai Bhoyar College of Pharmacy. Also the Kamptee Polytechnic, which is situated behind the railway station. Kamptee has one the biggest schools in the region Kendriya Vidyalaya Kamptee which caters mainly defence kids but civilian kids are also allowed.
Railway Bridge Kamptee

Dragon Palace Temple
One of the finest examples of superb architecture and scenic landscape, the Dragon Palace Temple is a Buddhist temple and one of the most popular tourist attractions situated in Kamptee. The temple is about 20 kms from Nagpur city, on the Nagpur –Jabalpur road and is considered as a landmark of Indo-Japan friendship as Madam Noriko Ogawa from Ogawa Society Japan financially contributed in the construction of this beautiful piece of architecture.

Inaugurated in the year 1999 by Reverend Nichiki Kato
from Tokyo, Japan, the Dragon Palace Temple since then has gained popularity as one of the tourist attractions of the city, not only because of its commendable architecture, but also for what it signifies – peace, friendship and harmony to its visitors.


How Many Railway Stations Are in Nagpur


Nagpur, known as the Orange City of India, is not only famous for its citrus produce but also for its pivotal role as a major transportation hub. The city is strategically located in the heart of India, making it a crucial junction for both passenger and freight trains. Here's a detailed, point-wise overview of the railway stations in Nagpur: Nagpur Junction (NGP) Status: Main Railway Station Location: Central Avenue Road Significance: Nagpur Junction is the primary and busiest railway station in the city. It is a major junction on the H

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