Beanibazar Upazila

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Beanibazar Upazila
Location of Beanibazar Upazila
Division Sylhet Division
District Sylhet District
Area
 • Total 253.22 km2 (97.77 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 181,547
 • Density 720/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Postal code 3170-75

Beanibazar (Bengali: বিয়ানিবাজার) is an Upazila of Sylhet District in the Division of Sylhet, Bangladesh.

Beanibazar is located at 24.8250°N 92.1625°E.

History[edit]

The name "Beanibazar", is a variant of 'Bihani Bazaar' which means "morning market". Previously,[when?] Beanibazar was constituent part of Panchakhanda, which means "Five Parts".[citation needed] Beanibazar became a thana in 1938, and became an upazila in 1983.[1]

Geography[edit]

Beanibazar is located at 24°49′30″N 92°09′45″E / 24.8250°N 92.1625°E / 24.8250; 92.1625. It has 27,089 households and a total area of 253.22 km². http://www.beanibazarkontho.com/

Demographics[edit]

As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Beanibazar had a population of 181,547, 49.5% of whom are male and 50.5% are female. 89,317 (or 49.2%) of the population are over the age of Eighteen.

Beanibazar has an average literacy rate of 80.5% (7+ years) compared to the national average of 32.4%.[2] Religions: Muslim 95.66%, Hindu 4.31%, and others 0.03%.

Administration[edit]

Beanibazar has 11 Unions/Wards, 145 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 176 villages.

Unions[edit]

  • Alinagar Union
  • Beanibazar pouroshava
  • Charkhai Union
  • Dobhag Union
  • Kurar Bazar Union
  • Lauta Union
  • Mathiura Union
  • Mullapur Union
  • Muria Union
  • Sheola Union
  • Tilpara Union
  • Muria union

Villages[edit]

Villages in Alinagar Union[edit]

  • Raykhail
  • Alinogor
  • Chondgram
  • Nij Mohammed Pur
  • Kadimolik
  • Konkalosh
  • Khasha
  • Kholagram
  • Uzandaki
  • Hatim Khani
  • Korgram
  • Dudair Paton
  • Chondor pur

Villages in Beanibazar Pouroshava[edit]

  • Gungadia
  • Borodesh
  • Khasharipara
  • Sreedhora
  • Nobang
  • Kashba
  • Pondit Para
  • Shupatala
  • Noyagram
  • Fothepur
  • Noyagram (west)

Villages in Charkhai Union[edit]

  • Agiram
  • Bilua
  • Deul Gram
  • Dahal
  • Gulaghat
  • Shachan
  • Surkhai
  • Shafachak
  • Torongo
  • Jalalnagor
  • Adinabad
  • Dashkin Mondergram.

Villages in Dobhag Union[edit]

  • Kharavora
  • Gozukata
  • Goilapur
  • Dokki charia
  • Uttor charia
  • Mewa
  • Ejra
  • Panjipuri
  • Moyakhali
  • Uttor dubag
  • Dokkin dubag
  • Sylhetipara
  • Bangalhuda
  • Noya dubag
  • Chokorbondo
  • Sutarkandi
  • Kunagam
  • Borogram

Villages in Kurar Bazar Union[edit]

  • Akakhazana
  • Govindasree
  • Angura mohammod pur
  • Deulgram
  • Angura (Falocuna)
  • Uttar Akakhazana(Lamligram)
  • Lawjary
  • Purbo Lawjary
  • Goror Bond
  • Kashir Bond
  • Khoshir Nam Nogor
  • Koshir Bond Haati Tila
  • Arij kha Tila
  • Shorokh bhangni
  • Angarjur
  • Malarghao

Villages in Lauta Union[edit]

  • Phariabohor
  • Kalibohor
  • Jaldhup
  • Baurbag
  • Lauta
  • Kalai ura
  • baroigeram
  • gulatikor
  • bahadur pur
  • tikorpara
  • nondirfol
  • gangpar
  • gojarai
  • Astoshangon
  • higlortuk
  • Kanli

Villages in Mathiura Union[edit]

  • Aurangabad
  • Bejgram (Nasirabad)
  • Doakha
  • Dudbokshi
  • Kandi Gram
  • Khola Gram
  • Minarai
  • Nal Bohar
  • Pochim Par
  • Purbo Par
  • Purush Pal
  • Sheikhlal
  • Sutar Kandi
  • Uttor Para Boro Bari
  • Sheikhlal

Villages in Mullapur Union[edit]

  • Abdullapur
  • Patan
  • Mullapur
  • Nidonpur
  • Lama nidonpur
  • Usphara
  • Barigram
  • Condo gram
  • Mati khata
  • kasha tool
  • Lashaithola
  • Shuphathola

Villages in Muria Union[edit]

  • Takoi Kuna
  • Sharoper
  • Kunagram
  • Barudha
  • Ashtogori
  • Tajpur
  • Abhongi
  • Barodesh
  • Chutodesh
  • Nowagaw,GHUNGADIA
  • Bagon
  • Fengram
  • GHUNGADIA

Villages in Sheola Union[edit]

  • Balingahttp
  • Kakordia
  • Teradol
  • Sheola
  • kuna shaleswar
  • shaleswar
  • ghorua
  • charaboi
  • daudpur

Villages in Tilpara Union[edit]

  • Tilpara
  • Dasura
  • matizura
  • Holim pur
  • Gangukul
  • Kamarkhandi
  • Tuka voraut
  • Shaneshor
  • Bibiray
  • Rojob
  • Debarai
  • kang kul

Education[edit]

Colleges[edit]

Higher Secondary Certification (HSC) also known as Intermediate College, which consists of 11th and 12th Grades. Bachelor of Arts (Pass) consists of 13th and 14th Grades and Bachelor of Arts is 4 years of College after HSC. BA degree is colloquially known as BA (honors),and honors is already done.

High schools[edit]

  • Asirgonj high school & Collage.
  • azad choudhury academy (Ramdha)
  • beani bazar jamia islamia junior high school
  • bibirai junior high school
  • bairagi bazar high school
  • balinga high school
  • beanibazar girls high school
  • charkhai high school
  • dakshin muria high school
  • dasura high school
  • deulgram high school
  • dhaka utthor mohammadpur high school
  • dubagh high school
  • dubagh ideal academy
  • ghungadia borodesh girl's high school
  • gobinda sree high school
  • jaldhup high school
  • Jamsed Ahmed High School.Kakura
  • hazi foyzur rahman academy
  • kakordia teradol high school
  • kashba girls highs school
  • khalil choudhury girls academy
  • khalil chowdhury adarsha bidya iketon
  • kurar bazar Dipakhik high school
  • kushiara model high school
  • lauta high school
  • Mathiura Dipakhik High School.
  • mullapur union high school
  • nalbohor high school
  • nidnpur supataha junior girls school
  • pancha khanda angura giirls high school (PHG High School)
  • panchakhanda haragovinda high school
  • pathon abdullapur girl's high school
  • purba muria high school
  • sayeda farhan hossian high school
  • shopto gram high school(KHARAVORA)
  • the new generation ideal school

Madrassas[edit]

  • Jamia Madania Angura Muhammed Pur
  • Angura Muhammed Pur Mohila Madrasa
  • Imam Bari Hafijia Madrasah
  • Balinga Darul Hadith Madrasah
  • Charkhai jamea islamia dakhil madrasa
  • Purba muria hizful quran dhakhil madrasha
  • Rahmotibad darussunnah dakhil madrasah
  • Sarper hafijia dakhil madrasah
  • Akakhajna Mohila Madrasa
  • Uttar akakhazana dakhil madrasah
  • Bairagi bazar senior madrasha (alim)
  • Dasura senior madrasah
  • Dubag bazar hafizia alim madrasa
  • Beanibazar senior (fazil ) madrasa
  • Mathiura senior fazil madrasa
  • Purush Pal hafizia madrasa
  • Bahadurpur jalaliya madras

Charities working in Beani Bazar[edit]

  • Beanibazar Welfare Trust UK
  • Tilpara Welfare & Education Trust UK.
  • Beani Bazar Jonokollyan Samity ( Charity Reg)
  • Malikuddin Foundation International, an education and humanitarian charity established in 2000.
  • Village Doctor (Grameen Doctor), a medical charity, est. 2000.
  • Rotary Club Beanibazar.
  • Mewa Vratri Songho
  • http://www.beanibazarkontho.com/

Mission[edit]

There are currently over 1 million people living with cancer in Bangladesh. And this number is growing, with an estimated 200,000 new cancer patients each year. Sadly, there's very little specialist cancer care. Outside of the capital city, there just isn't any specialist help, and only 15,000 patients receive proper medical treatment each year. That means that over 98% of cancer patients in Bangladesh aren't receiving the treatment they need. With the right medical help, cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence. Those who can afford it travel to other countries to pay for their treatment and care. Those who can't are left to suffer and die.

The Beani Bazar Cancer Hospital is a charity based in the UK that aims to create awareness and provide medical treatment for disadvantaged cancer patients in Bangladesh. In particular, we aim to: • Erect and maintain a fully resourced hospital in the greater area of Beani Bazar, Sylhet, Bangladesh to prevent, diagnose and treat many forms of cancer • Raise public awareness of a country without adequate treatment for a growing problem • And provide information relating to healthcare and cancer, promoting good health and informed lifestyles. We intend to serve not only Sylhet and North East Bangladesh, but also Assam and North East India.

The Beani Bazar Cancer Hospital is a charity registered and regulated by the Charity Commission in England and Wales (Registration Number 11 33 051). It is also registered as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee at Companies House in England and Wales (No. 688 20 20).

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Azizur Rahman (2012). "Beanibazar 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. 

Polash Afzal http://www.beanibazarkontho.com/

Forhad Hussain Tipu http://bbchospital.org/