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Dayanatpur, G.B. Nagar , Uttar Pradesh 203135
 
 
 

Dayanatpur Khera is a small village/hamlet in Jewar Tehsil in Gautam Buddha Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh State, India. It falls under the Dayanatpur Khera Panchayat, Meerut Division. It is located 32KM South from District headquarters Noida and 424KM from State Capital Lucknow. 

 
 
 
Demographic Detail
 
 
 
 
Population
8000
 
 
Sex Ratio
800:1000
 
 
Employment
Farming
 
 
IMR
57per annum
 
 
% of Families practising Open Defecation
25
 
 
Av. Family Size
6
 
 
Av. Family Income(Monthly)
3000
 
 
Literacy Rate
65 %
 
 
MMR
203per annum
 
 
 
 
Primary School
 
 
 
 
School
Dayanatpur Primary School
         
 
 
The school structure is a permanent building.
 
 
The school has a drinking water facility.
 
 
The school has separate toilets for boys and girls.
 
 
The students possess uniforms and school bags with stationery & books.
 
 
The classrooms are ventilated with windows and fans.
 
 
The classrooms have chairs and tables.
 
 
The school has a playground.
 
 
The school has sufficient Educational (Teaching) Materials.
 
 
The Student-Teacher ratio is of 30 or less.
 
 
There is a High Student Attendance.
 
 
 
Public Health Center
 
 
 
 
Closest Public Health Center
Within Dayanatpur, G.B. Nagar
         
 
 
 
Availability of basic medicines.
 
 
6 days a week attendance by physician.
 
 
6 days a week attendance by nurse.
 
 
6 days a week attendance by lab technicians.
 
 
OPD Services available 6 days a week with a capacity to perform basic surgeries.
 
 
Availability of 4-6 beds for In-patient services.
 
 
Availability of laboratory and basic diagnostic equipment.
 
 
Availability of drinking water.
 
 
Availability of separate toilets for men and women.
 
 
Availability of Emergency Care Services.
 
 
 
Drinking Water
 
 
 
 
Drinking Water
Household Tap,Street Hand-pump
         
 
 
Piped drinking water is available for over 75% of the residents within their household premises.
 
 
Piped drinking water is available for 50% - 75% of the residents within their household premises.
 
 
There is a public drinking water source available within 1 km for all households; hygienic conditions are maintained in and around this water source.
 
 
There is a public drinking water source available within 1 km for all households; hygienic conditions around this water source are not satisfactory.
 
 
None of the above
 
 
 
 
Irrigation Water
 
 
 
 
Irrigation Water
Quality
         
 
 
Over 75% of the agricultural land has access to adequate, clean irrigation water as required.
 
 
Over 75% of the agricultural land have access to clean irrigation water but in insufficient quantities.
 
 
50% - 75% of the agricultural land has access to adequate, clean irrigation water as required.
 
 
50% - 75% of the agricultural land has access to clean irrigation water but in insufficient quantities.
 
 
None of the above
 
 
 
 
Sanitation
 
 
 
 
Sanitation
Facilities
         
 
 
Over 75% households have their own toilets that are connected to the village sewage system.
 
 
Over 75% households have their own toilets but are not connected to a sewage system.
 
 
A community toilet (separate for men and women) exists within the village and it is maintained well.
 
 
A community toilet (separate for men and women) exists within the village but the maintenance is not satisfactory.
 
 
None of the above.
 
 
 
 
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