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All major town and bazaars of the district have electric power supply through Bihar State Electricity Board (BSEB). The remote areas still lack of electric supply due to non- availability of electric transmission system. Due to lack of electric power the residential and education Institution in hilly remote areas suffer much. To meet this community based energy system and solar system have been selected under this RSVY Project especially in Adhaura and Chainpur blocks.

It is well established that tourism on an industry can create jobs due to it linkages with hospitability, food, transport and communication sources Kaimur district has a number of area which can be developed as tourist census. These include places with natural as well as historical importance spot like Mundeshwari Mandir, Harsubrahm, Baidhnath are of special importance. These spot scan be developed for tourists from Bihar & Jharkhand as well as from surrounding states like U.P. Also we can develop this area through road, making shop center and construction of B.T. Road for Telhar waterfall.

The alluvial plain extending up to the foot thrills of Kaimur ranges is extensively cultivated. Rice, Wheat, Dalhans are the chief crops and the area is clotted with bamboo clumps and mango orchards. Forest found in the Kaimur hills have suffered in discriminate felling in the recent past. The plateau is generally severe by long grass, Kendu leaf and chiraunji are the important products. The number of fauna and game birds has gone down considerably due to increase of the area under cultivation with the increase of irrigation facilities.

There is need to development of irrigational canal forestation, social forestation under Adhaura block and re-habitation of forest area and conservation.

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