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Location of Gazipur in Bangladesh
|• Total||1,741.53 (Approximately) km2 (Formatting error: invalid input when rounding sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+6 (BST)|
|Coast||5 km (3.1 mi)|
Gazipur (town) has 9 Wards and 31 Mahallas. The area of the town is 49.32 km2. The town's population is 123,531; male 52.52%, female 47.48%; density is 2,505 per km2. Establishments such as Islamic University of Technology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU), Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI), Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, and others are located here.
- Tajuddin Ahmad, First Prime Minister of Bangladesh
- Lion Gani Miah Babul, Senior Journalist, Chairman - Jatiya Sangbadik Sangstha, Founding Adviser Gazipur zilla reporters club, Central President Bangabandhu Gabeshona Parishad.
Points of interest
• Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park
• Bhawal National Park
• Nandan Park
• Ansar VDP Academy
• Bangabandhu Safari Park
• Nuhas Polli
• Bangabandu Hi-tech City.
• Mash Royal Park
- Mayor Of Gazipur City Corporation: Jahangir Alam
- Administrator of Zila Porishod: Akhteruzzaman
- Deputy Commissioner: Nurul Islam
Gazipur District was established in 1984. It has 1 city corporation,
Upazila = 5 ( Gazipur Sadar,Kapasia,Kaliakor,Kaligonj or Sreepur) Thana = Pubail,Joydebpur,Tongi,Kapasia,Kaliakor,Sreepur or Kaligonj pourashava = 4 (Tangi, Gazipur,Kaliakor or Sreepur) Other Information = Union Parishad -47, Mouza-814,Village-1330,land Revenue office 35
Gazipur District is divided into the following upazilas:
- Dhaka-Tongi diversion road connects Gazipur with Dhaka.
- Dhaka-Savar-Tangail road connects Gazipur With Savar and Manikgonj.
- There are seven railway stations in the Gazipur district.
There are five universities in Gazipur: Islamic University of Technology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (formerly the Institute of Postgraduate Studies on Agriculture), Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh Open University and Bangladesh National University.
There are 19 degree colleges in the district. Honors level colleges include: Kaliakair Degree College, Jatir Pita Bangabandhu Degree College, Kaligonj Sramik College, Kapasia Degree College (founded in 1965), and Kazi Azim Uddin College. According to Banglapedia, Sreepur University College, founded in 1968, is a notable pass level one.
Notable higher secondary schools include: Vasha Shaheed Abdul Jabber Ansar V.D.P. School and college, M. E. H. Arif College, Taraganj H. N. Higher Secondary School (founded in 1919), and Tongi Pilot School & Girls' College.
According to Banglapedia, Rani Bilasmoni Government Boys' High School (1905),Bhringoraj Talebabad High School, founded in 1928, Kaliganj R.R.N. Pilot Government High School (1889), Kaoraid Kali Narayan High School (1929), and Saint Nicholas High School (1920) are notable secondary schools.
All Media in Bangladesh
- Prothom Alo (national)
- The Daily Kaler kantho (national)
- The Daily Samakal (national)
- The Daily Janakhanta (national)
- The Daily Jugantar (national)
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- Bangladesh Continual: Zip Codes of Gazipur District
- Postal Zip Codes (postcode) for Gazipur District – Amardesh
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