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|• Total||96.4 km2 (37.2 sq mi)|
|Elevation||596 m (1,955 ft)|
|• Density||2,295/km2 (5,940/sq mi)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Kendujhar is a town with municipality in Kendujhar District in the Indian state of Odisha. It is the administrative headquarters of the Kendujhar district, and it is one of the 5th scheduled areas of Odisha.
BY ROAD:- Kendujhar town is well Connected by rest of odisha by regular Bus Services (Both Pvt. and Govt.) Via NH-20 and NH-49 to major cities like Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Sambalpur, Kolkata.
BY RAIL:- Kendujhargarh Railway station which is within the town is a major Railway station in Odisha. Daily train to Cities like Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Puri and weekly train to Cities like Visakhapatnam, Jamsedpur which connect Kendujhar with rest of India.
BY AIR:- Nearest airport is Bijupattnaik International airport in Bhubaneswar which is 230KM from thetown.
Raisuan Airstrip which is 5 KM from town is only for emergency.￼
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES:-
1.D.D (Auto. and Junior) College
2.North Odisha University 2nd Campus(P.G &M.Phill)
3. Govt. College Of Engineering(Degree)
4. Govt. Women's College
5.Odisha School of Mining Engineering(Diploma)
6.Keonjhar School of Engineering(Diploma)
7.Kendujhar Institute of medical science and research ( Pharmacy College)
8.Gayatri Science College (+2 & +3)
9.Gonasika Science and Commerce College (+2 & +3)
10. Kendujhar Higher Secondary School( +2 and +3)
11.Lord Jaganath +2 science College
12. Saraswati sishu vidya mandir (+2)
1.D.N High School (upto 10th)
2.N.S. Police High School(upto 10th)
3. Saraswati sishu vidya mandir (upto 10th)
4. Xt. Xavir High School
5. Ravindra Vidya niketan (upto 12th)
6. Nirmala Convent School
7. Kendriya vidyalaya and many more.
Abhiram Naik of BJD is the current MLA from Keonjhar assembly constituency. Mohan Charan Majhi won assembly elections in both 2004 and 2000. Earlier MLAs from this seat were Jogendra Naik of BJP (1995), C. Majhi of JD (1990), Chhotaray Majhi of JNP (1985), Jogendra Naik of INC(I) in 1980 and Kumar Majhi of JNP (1977).
- "State Elections 2004 - Partywise Comparison for 144-Keonjhar Constituency of Odisha". Election Commission of India. Archived from the original on 28 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-13.