Review of Siwan Village in Lucknow district:
“Roads in Siwan village are good. It has both government and private schools. Primary occupation is agriculture”
Review by Deepansh Sharma
Overall Rating – 2/3
Overall Score – 85.71%
Duration of Stay – Less than 1 week
Time of Visit – 2023
Purpose of Visit – Volunteering
Cover Image: Primary School in Siwan Village (Source: Author)
How to reach Siwan Village:
- “Situated 2.3 km from the Lucknow-Kursi Road, Siwan Village is located in Lucknow District of Uttar Pradesh India.
- It is situated 10.8 Km from Lucknow Sitapur Highway.
- One can avail public transport cabs/private cars and buses from the Kursi Road.
- Lucknow Bus Stand is is 22.4 km away. Railway Station is situated 22 Km away.
- Airport is situated 44.7 Km away from the village.”
Places of Interest
Places to Stay near Siwan Village
- “No Hotels/homestay in the village. Few hotels can be found along Kursi Road”
Quality of Infrastructure in the Village:
Access from Main Highway – 2/3
Presence of School – 3/3
Healthcare Facilities – 2/3
Electricity – 3/3
Water Supply – 3/3
Mobile Network – 3/3
Overall Rating – 2/3
Review of Siwan Village:
“Siwan Village is a rural community that offers basic amenities to its residents. The primary occupation of the majority of the people in the village is farming, highlighting the significance of agriculture in the local economy.
In terms of education, it has both a government school and a private school, providing opportunities for children to receive an education. This is a positive aspect as it ensures access to learning for the younger generation.
The road conditions in the village are reported to be good, ensuring smooth transportation for the residents.
When it comes to water supply, the village relies on underground water sources, and there are no water pipes available. This might present some challenges in terms of water accessibility and distribution.
Additionally, the village faces a challenge regarding healthcare services. The government hospital is located far away from the village, making it less accessible for medical emergencies and routine check-ups.
Lastly, it is worth noting that gas cylinders are not delivered to the homes in Siwan Village. These observations highlight the need for improved infrastructure and services in Siwan Village to enhance the quality of life for its residents.”