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ABOUT UTTRANCHAL
 
Introduction
Uttaranchal became the 27th state of the Republic of India on the 9th of November 2000. The State is carved out of the northern part of Uttar Pradesh. It is bounded by U.P. on the South, Nepal on the East, Himachal Pradesh on the west and China on the northeast. The geographical area of the state is 53,483 sq.km. It ranks at 18th place and it's share is 1.69% in the area of the country as a whole. Geographically, it is situated in the central Himalayan zone. It extends between 77o 34' and 81o 02' E longitude and 28o 43' to 31o 27' N latitude. Uttaranchal is a region of outstanding natural beauty. Most of the northern parts of the state are covered by the high Himalayan ranges and glaciers, while the lower reaches are densely forested. The unique Himalayan ecosystem plays host to a large number of animals (including bharal, snow leopards, leopards and tigers), plants and rare herbs. Two of India's mightiest rivers, the Ganga and the Yamuna take birth in the glaciers of Uttaranchal, and are fed by innumerable lakes, glacial melts and streams in the region. The topography of Uttaranchal is characterized by hilly terrain, rugged and rocky Mountains, deep valleys, high peaks, sharp streams and rivulets, rapid soil erosion, frequent landslides and widely scattered habitations. Char-dhams, the four most sacred and revered Hindu temples: Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are nestled in the Mighty Mountains. Capital of Uttaranchal is Dehradun which is also the rail-head in the region. The High Court is situated in the district of Nainital. The region is also known as Uttarakhand.
 
People
Uttaranchal has traditionally been divided into two parts, the eastern region going by the name of Kumaon and the western half known as Garhwal. The native people of Uttaranchal call themselves Paharis (hill people), the majority of whom are Hindus. Other ethnic communities in the region include Gujjars and Nepalis. Garhwal resembles other parts of the Himalayas where various ethnic groups live side by side. Following chiefly the agrarian-pastoral way of life, native Garhwalis make their living from the hilly land the best they can. Kumaon The inhabitants of the Kumaon hills are commonly known as the Kumaonese. They belong to a predominantly patriarchal society, which recognizes the superiority of men over women. The social structure is based on the extended family system, the eldest male member being the head of the family. Women are respected in society but they usually confine themselves to household activities. No religious ceremony is considered complete without the wife joining the husband. Women also work in the fields and forests alongside the men. In Kumaon, bigamy or polygamy has religious sanctions but polyandry is prohibited. Widow marriage and re-marriage by divorced women is permitted except in certain sections of high-caste Brahmins and Rajputs. Child marriage is still practiced in all classes of society despite legal restrictions on it. It has all but disappeared from the educated society.
 
Bifurcation of 13 districts in two divisions are as follows:
Garhwal Division
  • Dehradun
  • Haridwar
  • Chamoli
  • Rudraprayag
  • Tehri Garhwal
  • Uttarkashi
  • Pauri Garhwal
Kumaun Division
  • Almora
  • Nainital
  • Pithoragarh
  • U S Nagar
  • Bageshwar
  • Champawat
 
ABOUT RUDRAPUR
 
Rudrapur is a city and a municipal board in Udham Singh Nagar district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand sharing borders with Uttar Pradesh. The nearest Airport is at Pantnagar. Rudrapur is well connected to Kashipur, Kathgodam, Rampur, Moradabad, Bareilly, Dehradun, Lucknow and Delhi by rail network. Rudrapur is well connected by road with all the major cities of the state and region. Delhi is at a distance of 234 km whereas Nainital is just 72 km away. The place is a junction of roads heading in four directions. One towards Kashipur and beyond to Haridwar, the other to Nainital, the third towards Kichha leading to Bareilly & Lucknow and the last one heading towards the national capital, New Delhi.
 
As the gateway to Kumaon Hills, Rudrapur is an idyllic town and headquarters of the Udham Singh Nagar district in the Indian state of Uttaranchal. The rich town of Rudrapur was established by Rudra Chand (1565-1597), one of the famous Kings of the Chand dynasty, whose kingdom spread over the entire Kumaon region. According to a folktale when King Rudra was passing through, his chariot got stuck in marshy land, so he decide to build a temple and well at that place. The present Atariya temple is the same at a distance of 2 kms from bus stand and half a kilometer away from Rudrapur Haldwani motor route.
 
In recent years, Rudrapur has become a commercial hub with increasing industries setting up their factories here but still it remains a pastoral town. Rudrapur is famed for its natural beauty and pristine views. Lush green hills, terraced farms and fresh crisp mountain air entice tourists searching for a small hill station with rustic ambience.Swaying cassia trees, blooming flowers and pleasant weather makes it a perfect destination to visit all year round.
 
Rudrapur has several good schools and colleges. Columbus Public School, Jaycees Public school, The Oxford Academy, R.A.N. Public School, Holy Child School, Amenity Public School, Bal Bharti Vidhya Mandir, are some of important schools of this region. Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government P.G. College, Saraswati Institute of Management & Technology (SIMT), Guru Nanak Degree College are there for higher education.
 
ABOUT UDHAM SINGH NAGAR
 
Udham Singh Nagar district was carved out of Nainital district in October 1995 and was named after Saheed Udham Singh, a great freedom fighter, who killed General Dyer and took revenge for the Jalianwala Bagh massacre. The district is also called as the 'Gateway to Kumaon hills'. There are three main sub-divisions - Rudrapur, Kashipur and Khatima; four tehsils Kashipur, Kichha, Khatima, Sitarganj and two sub-tehsils - Bajpur and Gadarpur.
 
Udham Singh Nagar is basically an industrial district and many industry related professions are prevalant here, it is perfect example of 'Unity in Diversity' for which India is so widely known, on the other hand different cultures, religions and life styles are blended in absolute harmony.The fertile land lends itself to different forms of agriculture giving rise to agriculture related activities and industry making this land a green place which has resulted into prosperity all around. Pantnagar university is a leading temple of learning in the fields of agriculture and technology with one of the finest bulit university all around the world.This place has rare sight seeing as it is surrounded by Kumaon Himalayas on one side and Nepal on the other (Tanakpur touches the Khatima border which is in Champawat district). Nanak Matta dam, Dronasagar and many other places are worth visiting. Atariya mandir mela and Chaiti mandir mela is famous where one can find local folk activities and mingle with local culture and traditions.
 
ABOUT NANITAL
 
In the Uttranchal, district of Nainital lies in the Kumaun division. To it's north is Almora district and to its south lies the Udham Singh Nagar district. Champawat district flanks it in the east and district of Pauri Gahwal is in the west. It is located approximately in between 80º14' and 78º80' east longitude and 29º00' and 29º05' north latitude. On the northern side lies the Himalayan ranges while on the southern side lies the plains making the resultant climate of the district enjoyable one. The total geographical area is 3422 Kms. Geographically the district is divided in to 2 zones viz. Hilly and Bhabar. The hilly region in outer Himalayas is known to geologist as Krol. The highest peak of the district is Baudhansthali 2623 m high near Binayak adjoining Nainital town. The hilly region of the district used to have big & small lakes. Bhimtal, Sattal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal, Nainital, Malwatal, Harishtal, Lokhamtal etc. are known lakes of bigger size. The foothill area of the district is known as Bhabhar. The name Bhabhar is derived from a tall growing grass growing in the region . The underground water level is very deep in this region. Kosi is the main river of the district. River Kosi arising out of Koshimool near Kausani flows on the western side of the district. There are number of smaller rivulets like Gaula , Bhakra, Dabka , Baur etc. Most of these have been dammed for irrigation purposes. River Ramganga originates from the Doodha Tauli ranges in district Pauri Garhwal. It enters into district Nainital, before re-entering into district Pauri Garhwal.
 
Weather
The hilly areas experience snowfall during winters, while in the plains the temperature soars to 45 degree C during summers. Nainital district has received good rainfall in recent years. As per 1999 records total average rainfall of district was 1338.08 MM while total average rainfall up to Aug. 2000 was 1602.69 MM.
 
How to reach
 
By Air
Nearest airport is at Pantnagar.
 
By Train
The nearest Railway Station is Kathgodam (35 Kms.) connected to Lucknow, Agra, Delhi & Howrah. Some of the Trains are 5013 (Kathgodam to Delhi), 3019 (Kathgodam to Howrah), 01 R-va (Kathgodam to Rampur Passenger) and 5307 (Lalkuan to Lucknow).
 
By Road
Nainital is connected to all the major National/State Highways. Paddle rickshaws & Horses are available for local transport
Distance from Nainital to
Agra 403 Km
Almora 64 Km
Badrinath 334 Km
Bareilly 140 Km
Champawat 160
Dehradun 387 Km
Delhi 326 Km
Haldwani 40
Haridwar 310 Km
Kausani 117 Km
Kathgodam 34
Lucknow 400
Lalkua 60
Pithoragarh 186
Ramnagar 65
Ranikhet 62
Badrinath 334
 
Nainital City
A small town in the hills of Kumaon, Nainital is a lovely hill station surrounded by mountains on three sides. The life of Nainital revolves around the lake of Naini. There are few other lakes around Nainital which are equally beautiful and attractive as the Naini lake. Nainital was discovered in 1841 by a Britisher called Lord Barron. Nainital is a glittering jewel in the Himalyan necklace, blessed with scenic natural spledour and varied natural resources. Dotted with lakes, Nainital has earned the epithet of 'Lake District' of India. Nainital is located at an altitude of 1,938 m in the state of Uttaranchal and is about 277 kilometres from Delhi. Nainital is an ideal escape from the heat and dust of the plains. So the best time to visit Nainital are the summer months from March to June. One can also visit Nainital during September-October. Mallital, Tallital and the Tibetan market are the places to shop.
 
Adventure and Sport in Nainital
To sailors all over the country, the Nainital Yatch Club has been an embodiment of tradition & repository of sailing heritage. The Lake the fountain-head of yatching, has promoted through the club, the keen interest India has in the sport. Every year national & zonal races are held in Naini Lake. Swimming competition are also organized in Nainital in summer months. Beside this Canoeing, Kyaking competition are organized in Naini Lake. Parasailing facility is available near Naukuchiatal. One can experience this sky adventure in the company of experienced parasailors. In adventure sports hot balooning is another attraction at Nainital. Hot balooning camps are organized at Sukhatal. Golf Tournaments held every year in Golf Course of Raj Bhavan. Hockey, Football, Cricket, Boxing tournaments take place in Nainital annually in their respective seasons at Flatts. Nainital mountaineering club at Nainital is pioneer in the area of mountaineering & rock climbing training. Rock Climbing training takes place at Bara Pathhar & Camels back.
 
Places of Interest
 
Hanuman Garhi
This place is of religious importance. Situated at a height of 1951 meters this place was established by Baba Neem Kiroli. It has a temple complex presiding deity being Lord Hanuman besides Ram and Shiva. On the other side of the hill there is Shitala Devi temple and Ashram of Lila Sah Bapu. From Hanuman Garhi watching the Sunset is very soothing. One can walk down from Nainital to Hanuman Garhi.
 
Naina Devi Temple
The attractive lake of Nainital is said to be the eyes of Sati, wife of Lord Shiva. Sati jumped into the sacrificial bonfire. Lord Shiva to mourn the death of his beloved wife carried the body across the country. The remains of her body fell at various places which today are sacred worship places for the Hindus.
 
Ghorakhal
Famous for the temple of Lord Golu worshipped by hill people and sainik school, this place is at a distance of 3 Kms from Bhowali.
 
St. John's Church
This church was built in 1847. A brass memorial is kept in memory of the persons who were buried in the infamous landslide. The few bodies which could be dug out were buried in the church premises.
 
Snow View
It is the most easily accessible hill top, height 2270 m and at a distance of 2.5 Km from the town. The spot is accessible through ropeway. This peak is also connected by motor able road. Snow view as the name suggests offers an indescribably beautiful and breath taking picture of the glittering snows of Himalyas. It has a temple. Tea, snacks, Photographers are available at this place.
 
Naini Lake
Naini Lake or Naini Taal, the picturesque blue green lake is located in the district of Nainital. It is from this lake that the city of Nainital, the beautiful settlement by the lake, derives its name. Naini Lake is so called because of its eye-like shape. The north end of lake is called Mallital while the southern one is called Tallital which have a bridge (Danth popularly named) having Gandhiji's statue and post office on its sides. It is the only Post Office on the lake bridge in whole of the world. There is Bus Station, Taxi stand and Railway reservation counter on the same lake bridge, both ends have well laid out shopping centres, with beautifully laid of marts, stores and luxury shops.
 
The Mall
On one of side of lake run the Mall road now named Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. It is lined up by many hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, shops, banks and other business concerns. In summer months of May & June Mall road is closed for vehicular traffic in evening hours to facilitate Mall strolling which is the famous attraction for all the tourists. This road is the main link joining Mallital and Tallital. On the other side of the lake lies the Thandi Road . It is comparatively less busy and have Pashan devi temple. Vehicles are not allowed on Thandi Road. Entry of heavy traffic is prohibited during the months of May, June and October from 8 am to 10.30 am and 2.30 pm to 10.30 pm, light vehicles from 6 pm to 10 pm and cycle rickshaw from 6 pm to 9 pm.
 
The Flatts
At the northern side of the lake there is a place of rendezvous for people from all walks of life. Here evenings are heavily crowded. There is a statue of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant and a beautiful fountain. There is a band stand. The Flats has playing ground used for sports games and cultural activities during festivals. There is Chat Bazar, Bhotia Market in the flats . In Bhotia Market vendors sell their fancy items. There is Mosque, Gurudwara and Naina Devi temple in flatts. Capitol cinema and Rink theatre which is used for roller skating are also situated in Flatts. A portion of the flatts is used for car parking. New club, Boat House club, Masonic Hall are in the periphery of the flatts for recreation.
 
Zoo
Around one Km. away from bus stand at an altitude of 2100 meters in sprawling open area there is Govind Ballabh Pant High Altitude Zoo. Now a days it has Monkeys, Himalayan black bear, Leopard , Siberian Tiger, Palm civet cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Rose ringed Prakeet, Hill Fox, Ghoral, Barking Deer, Sambhar. The zoo remains closed for visitors on Monday, all national holidays , Holi & Diwali.
 
Aerial Ropeway
It is one of the main attractions of Nainital. This ropeway connects Snow-View Point (at 2270 m) with Nainital near flats. Aerial ropeway starts at Mallital , there are two trolleys to carry passengers .It takes approx. 151.7 seconds to cover one way journey by trolley. Cabin capacity is 10+1 or 825 kg. It is open from 10 am to 4 pm and Ticket for both way Journey is Rs.50 for Adults and Rs.30 for children.
 
Governor's House (Raj Bhavan)
Raj Bhavan was built by British as residence of Governor of North West Province. Now Raj Bhavan is the official accommodation of Governor (Uttaranchal). State guests coming to Nainital also use it for their stay. It consists of a marvelous garden, Golf Links, Swimming Pool. Jhandidhar Modi Heights, Munshi heights are the other places in the complex worth seeing. The Governor's House was built in the line of Buckingham Palace having double storied 113 rooms. For visiting this place prior permission is must.
 
Caves Garden
This feature is the latest addition in the list of numerous tourism spots in Nainital. It is located in Sukha Tal around one Km from Mallital very near to Kumaun University Campus.
 
Naina Peak or China Peak
Naina peak is the highest peak of the town, at an altitude of 2611 m and at a distance of 6 Kms from the town. It commands an entrancing view of sparkling snow laden Himalayas from Bandar Punch in west to Api and Nari peaks of Nepal in the east, a full Himalayan range in one side and a birds eye view of the lake city of Nainital in its full grandeur on the other. With a pair of binoculars a good panorama of the tract surrounding Nainital is obtained. Pony or Horses can be hired to visit this peak either from Snow view or from Mallital.
 
Lands End
Its altitude is 2118 m & it is located at about 4 Kms from the town. The best feature of this spot is that one does not have to climb much and as the name suggests one feels on reaching the area that the end of the land has really come. Needless to say the view of the neighboring hills and valley and the Khurpatal lake is exquisite from this point. One can go to Barapathar on a vehicle and then walk about one Km. up to the spot.
 
Dorothy Seat & Tiffin Top
Located at a distance of 4 Kms from the town this peak is 2292 m above the sea level in Ayarpatta region. The road to this picnic spot crawls along the rugged hill side swaying this way & that, and than all in one breadth in hushed silence suddenly unfolds a canvas on which nature has painted this beautiful spot. Tiffin Top commands an excellent view of the Himalayas as well as the neighboring country side. Dorothy seat a memorial to an English lady painter Dorothy Kellet build by her husband an admirers after her death. Tiffin Top & Lands end can be covered at a stretch as both spots are side by side.
 
Kilbury
At an altitude of 2194 m and 10 Km from the town this place is accessible by a motor able road. There is a forest rest house for night stay. Kilbury is an ideal spot for a quiet and peaceful holiday.
 
Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES)
Situated on Manora peak it is about 1 Km from Hanumangarhi if some one prefers to visit it on foot. By road it is about 9 Kms from Nainital. It is a centre of astronomical studies and optical tracking of artificial satellites. For night viewing of stars and planets some days are fixed on moon lit nights and permission is necessary. Observatory was established at Nainital in 1955 and shifted to present location of Manora Peak in 1961. The primary objective of the observatory has been to develop facilities for modern astrophysical research in stellar, solar & theoretical branches of astrophysics. On some selected clear nights the visitors are also shown some celestial objects through the telescopes.
 
Bhowali
It is 1706 meters above the sea level and 11 km away from Nainital. This is a road junction serving all the nearby hill stations from Nainital. Bhowali is famous for its scenic grandeur and as a hill fruit mart, Bhowali is also known for its T.B. sanatorium established in 1912.
 
Places of Interest around Nainital
 
Sat Tal
At a distance of about 23 Kms. from Nainital at an altitude of 1370 m, Sattal is a unique, unforgettable spot having cluster of lakes placed amidst the oak forest. It is comparable with Westmoreland of England. As one approach toward Sattal first lake is old Nal Damyanti Lake. On moving ahead there is the ashram of Stanley Johns an American Missionary. Next lake is Panna or Garude lake. As we move down there is a cluster of three lakes , these lakes are Ram, Laxman and Sita lake.
 
ABOUT HALDWANI
 
Haldwani is situated in the Nainital district of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state at an average elevation of 425mts above sea level. Haldwani is situated in the foothills of Himalayas in the bhabhar region of the Indo-Gangetic plains. Haldwani is popularly known as the ‘gateway of kumaon’ sharing its twin township with Kathgodam. Haldwani comes under Nainital district of Uttarakhand state with standing at an average elevation of 425mts above sea level. The dusk and dawn of the Haldwani are pleasant and will make you feel that you are in the lap of nature.
 
The best time to visit Haldwani is from September to March as the weather turns salubrious during this period of time. Haldwani is a picturesque place which got established in the year 1834. Haldwani is known for its quality educational institutes and business centre. The hills of the Kumaon region commence from this picturesque spot and the temperature decreases as you climb. Haldwani has been an important trading hub of Kumaon as it is well connected with Delhi, Haridwar, Lucknow and many other places of northern India. Transportation facilities from Haldwani to major destinations of Kumaon are well maintained and you can easily get taxis and buses to Nainital, Almora, Bhim Tal, Pithoragarh, Ranikhet and many other places. Haldwani is settled on a piedmont grade (also known as bhabhar) where the Mountain Rivers go underground to re-emerge in the Indo Gangetic plains.
 
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ABOUT PANTNAGAR
 
Pantnagar is an industrial town situated in the Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand state. The town is famous for two reasons. Firstly, the first agricultural university of India was established here in year 1960. Secondly, it houses the Pantnagar Airport of Kumaon region. Previously known as Uttar Pradesh Agricultural University, or Pantnagar University, is now named as Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology (GBPUAT).
 
Pantnagar has successfully emerged as an industrial estate in the Kumaon region after SIDCUL established their first Integrated Industrial Estate (IIE) at this site. Various renowned companies like Tata, Bajaj, Nestle, Britannia and Dabur have shown their keen interest in Pantnagar by building there industries here.
 
Pantnagar Airport is a domestic Airport which is operated by Airport Authority of India. Pantnagar Airport is the nearest Airport to the hills of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state. It is connected by Delhi with daily flights. The major places in the proximity of Pantnagar are Nainital, Corbett National Park, Rudrapur and Haldwani.
 
Pantnagar has become a popular in recent years and several industrialists have come here to develop their industries. Pantnagar is the industrial hub of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state. The weather of Pantnagar is same as any other city of the plains.
 
How to reach Pantnagar
 
Air : Nearest airport is Pantnagar airport
Rail : Pantnagar is served by two railway stations: - Pantnagar Station at Nagla on the Bareilly-Nainital Highway.
Road: Pantnagar is well connected through Roads with all the major cities in the state and outside.
 
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ABOUT LALKUAN
 
Lalkuan : Lalkuan  is  a Nagar Panchyat  in the  Nainital  district  of  the  Indian  state of Uttarakhand. Lalkuan is the terminus of the broad gauge line of North Eastern Railways connecting Nainital with Delhi and also connecting Kumaon region with different parts of India. Lalkuan is 60 Km. of Nainital, 20 Km. from Haldwani and 26 Km. from Kathgodam.
 
  • Geography of Lalkuan
    • Lalkuan is located at 29.08° N 79.52°E. It has an average elevation of 371 metres 91217 feet).
  • History of Lalkuan
    • Establishment of Lalkuan :- In year 1857 first Railway Engine.
  • Location of Lalkuan
    • Lalkuan is situated 80 Km. from Bareilly on Nainital road a nd 24 Km. from Rudrapur. Other information about Lalkuan: lalkuan is famous for a huge paper mill (Century Pulp & Paper) of Birla Group.
  • Lalkuan Railway Station
    • Lalkuan Railway Station in on the Kathgodam-Bareilly Railway line. Sampark Kranti Express, Delhi-Kathgodam Ranikhet Express and Kathgodam-moradabad passenger ae the main train connections. The station is under the administrative control of the North Eastern Railways. Kathgodam Railway Station is the main station north of Lalkuan.
Station code of Lalkuan Railway Station is : LKU
 
ABOUT KICHHA
 
Kichha is a town having its own municipal board, located in the Udham Singh Nagar district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Its PIN code is 263148 and the STD code is 05944.
 
Geography
Kichha is located at 28°55′N 79°30′E / 28.92°N 79.50°E .[1] The town has an average elevation of 293 metres (953 feet), and is sorrounded by a number of villages around it, such as Govind Nagar, Deoria, Badora, Chinki, Bandia, Sirouli Shantipuri, Khurpia Farm, Aazadnagar, Nougawan, Malpura, Lalpur and Maharajpur.
 
Demographics
As of 2001 India census,[2] Kichha, a small town previously in Nainital district, had a population of 30,517. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Kichha has an average literacy rate of 76%, higher than the national average of 59.5%. Male literacy is 83%, and female literacy is 59%. In Kichha, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
 
Society
Hindus form 65% of the population of Kichha, while Muslims constitute the rest 35% of the same. Among the total Hindu population, Baniya, Sikh and Punjabi people are prominent along with a small number of Bengali laborers. Punjabi of Kichha are the most prosperous and educated ones of the lot, and a huge number of them are those who migrated from Pakistan after the Partition of India in 1947.

Under a rehabilitation programme, the Government of India allotted agricultural land to the migrants in this area. The Tharu Buxa tribe, who were once widespread in the region, is today confined to a few nearby villages.

For entertainment purposes, the town offers two small-medium sized Cinema halls, named Anupam Theater and Urvashi Cinema. Both of these cinemas are equipped with Digital cinema projection systems and are connected to the servers of UFO Moviez, a Digital Cinema initiative located in Mumbai directly through satellite.
 
Education
Education has been given much emphasis in Kichha. `A degree college for girls` and a `Govt Inter College for Boys` are found here.
  1. Vaidy Ram Sudhi Singh Balika Vidhyalay
  2. Himalayan Progressive School
  3. Girls Government Inter College
  4. Janta Inter College
  5. St. Peter's Sr. Sec. School
  6. Beersheba residential school
  7. Mother teresa montesary school
  8. Oxford school
  9. Maulana Azad Public School, Siroli
  10. Surajmal Engineering College
  11. G.I.C Chukti Deoria
  12. Little angel school
  13. Shri guru teg bahadur public school
 
Economy
Kichha has largely an agriculture based economy. Paddy and wheat are the two major crops here. Most of the farmers are rich and affluent due to availability of rich arable land and their sheer hard work.There are some 30+ rice mills in its vicinity.After establishment of SIDCUL people from all parts of India are coming here for employment. The town has been emerging as a medical hub, and boasts of various specialty clinics, hospitals and nursing homes. Some of them are Gupta C.T. scan & Diagnostics, Bandia; Bathla Hospital, Bareilly Road; Arora Hospital,.Gupta health care is multispeciality hospital & diagnostic centre,it has facilities like whole body c.t. scan,ultrasound,x-ray,ecg,ipd,opd,cardiac monitoring etc. The director of gupta health care is dr a.k. gupta m.b.b.s, p.g.c (radiodiagnosis).Gupta health care is providing good health care services to the large nearby region.The director of gupta health care , dr a.k.gupta got national award indian achievers award for health excellence for providing the specialized health care services to the large rural population. Bareilly Road. Apart from them, there are Three Ayurvedic medical centers in Kichha, the first one is Shakti Aushdhalya Near Badi Pani Tanki Since 1962-63 foundation kept by great freedom fighter vaidya ram singh ,the Second one is Aditya Seva Sansthan, Kishanpur and the other one is Hindustani Seva Kendra, Avas Vikas which is a unit of the Patanjali Yogpeeth, Haridwar being run by Darshan Singh Hindustani, a social worker and Yogic Guru.
 
Kichha Sugar company Ltd. is one of the major industries of the area,it is a government sector industry.
 

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