Manda Upazila

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Manda
মান্দা
Upazila
Manda is located in Bangladesh
Manda
Manda
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 24°46.5′N 88°40.2′E / 24.7750°N 88.6700°E / 24.7750; 88.6700Coordinates: 24°46.5′N 88°40.2′E / 24.7750°N 88.6700°E / 24.7750; 88.6700
Country  Bangladesh
Division Rajshahi Division
District Naogaon District
Area
 • Total 375.94 km2 (145.15 sq mi)
Population (1991)
 • Total 330,995
 • Density 880/km2 (2,300/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Website Official Map of Manda

Manda (Bengali: মান্দা) is an Upazila of Naogaon District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.

Geography[edit]

Manda is located at 24°46′30″N 88°40′10″E / 24.7750°N 88.6694°E / 24.7750; 88.6694. It has 58493 units of house hold and total area 375.94 km². Major rivers are the Atrai and Shiba.[1]

Demographics[edit]

As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Manda has a population of 330995. Males constitute 50.56% of the population, and females 49.44%. This Upazila's eighteen up population is 157744. Manda has an average literacy rate of 24.3% (7+ years), and the national average of 32.4% literate.[2] [Sarwar Toha]

Administrative[edit]

Manda has 14 Unions/Wards, 299 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 286 villages.

Unions are:

  1. Bharso
  2. Bhalain
  3. Paranpur
  4. Manda
  5. Ganeshpur
  6. Mainam
  7. Prasadpur
  8. Kushumba
  9. Nurullabad
  10. Kalikapur
  11. Tentulia
  12. Kanshopara
  13. Kashab
  14. Bishnopur

Liberation war[edit]

Marks of the War of Liberation: mass grave 1 (Manoharpur), mass killing site 1 (Pakuria).

Historical events[edit]

  • During the War of Liberation in 1971 the Pak army killed 128 innocent persons at village Pakuria of Bharsho Union and buried them in 3-4 ditches
  • During the War of Liberation in 1971 the Pak army killed 17 innocent persons and burned a whole village Monhorpur (Manoharpur) of Paranpur Union and buried them in a mass grave.

কূশূম্বা মসজিদ

Schools and colleges[edit]

  • Koya para kamar kuri High School_(Proshadpur Bazar)
  • Manda Momin Sahana Degree College
  • Gobindapur High School
  • Bangal Para Govt Pri. School.
  • Daspara Degree College.
  • Chakuli high school
  • Chakuli degree college
  • Chakuli koumi madrasha
  • Chakuli priamary school
  • Got Gari Shaheed Mamun High school & College
  • Balubazar S M High school
  • Balubazar primary
  • Shafiuddin mollha college, Balubazar
  • Satihat K.T. High School
  • Prashadpur Girls High school
  • Manda Pilot High school
  • Shahapur D.A. High School
  • Par Enayetpur Govt Primary School
  • Bilkorilla B.M.High School.
  • Pakuria High School.
  • Nurullabad M/L High School.
  • Jotbazer Gril School & Collage
  • Kalikapur Govt Primary School
  • Kalikapur Chak Kalikapur High School
  • Nurullabad Primary School.
  • TENTULIA D. B. HIGH SCHOOL
  • EKRUKHI HIGH SCHOOL
  • PANIAL ADARSHA COLLEGE
  • TENTULIA GOV. PRIMARY SCHOOL
  • Daspara High School.
  • Nurullabad Nikhirapara Govt. Primary School.
  • Chakuli bahumokhi madhumik biddaloy
  • P K A High School.<Apple Mahmud Rony>
  • Parsimla Primary School.<Apple Mahmud Rony>
  • Shreerampur (1)Govt Primary School
  • Shreerampur (2) Govt Primary School(Satihat)
  • Gobindapur Govt Primary School
  • Chakkamdeb technical and BM college
  • Jafrabad Adorsho Dakhil Madrasha
  • Deul Durgapur Al Arabia Dakhil Madrasha.
  • Alalpur haji sheikh alam high school.
  • Kukrail abtadai madrasha
  • Banishar dakhil madrasha
  • Chalkharinarayan Dhakhil Madrsha.
  • Kaligram Dodangi High School*
  • Rangamatia Reg. Primary School
  • Engr: Showkatara Apple school and college.
  • Turuk Baria High School,
  • kashab mdhoepara Govt Primary School,
  • Palashbari Govt Primary School,
  • Turuk Baria Govt Primary School

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Md. Abu Rashed (2012). "Manda Upazila". In Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. 
  2. ^ "Population Census Wing, BBS.". Archived from the original on 2005-03-27. Retrieved November 10, 2006.