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|• Total||338.98 km2 (130.88 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,200/km2 (3,200/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+6 (BST)|
|Website||Official Map of Trishal|
According to the 2011 Bangladesh census, Trishal had a population of 419,308. Males constituted 49.76% of the population and females 50.24%. Muslims formed 97.23% of the population, Hindus 2.70%, Christians 0.02% and others 0.05%. Trishal had a literacy rate of 40.02% for the population 7 years and above.
At the 2001 Bangladesh Population Census ,Total Population 372,498; male 190,428, female 182,070; Muslim 361,731, Hindu 10,340, Buddhist 16, Christian 15 and others 396.
At the 1991 Bangladesh Population census, Trishal had a population of 336,797, of whom 158,390 were aged 18 or older. Male 171,664 Female 165,133. Males constituted 50.97% of the population, and females 49.03%. Trishal had an average literacy rate of 25.2% (7+ years), against the national average of 32.4%. In 2001 Trisal has population of 372,498. Male 190,428 and Female 182,070. Household 79,941 and Literacy rate 40.2%.
Trishal has Municipality 01, Ward 09, Mahallah 12, Unions 12, Mauzas 91, and Villages 159.
Unions and villages
The following 12 Unions' list (Alphabetical Arranged) is given below:
- Amirabari Union- Area 2068 hectares, Name of Village : Amirabari, Baragaon (1st. Portion), Baragaon (2nd. Portion), Gopalpur, Guziam, Narayanpur and Amira bari (Namapara)
- Bailar Union- Area 2548 hectares, Name of Village : Bailar, Dewanibari, Dulalbari, Hadderbhita, Kanhar, Kazir Simla, Pardhanikhola, Rudragram
- Baliparar Union- Area 3113 hectares, Name of Village : Amian Dangari, Bahadurpur, Bali Para, Beara, Char Madakhali, Char Madakhali Purbai, Dhala, Ichhamati, Kalsiddha, Kazigram, Patuli
- Dhanikhola Union- Area 3140 hectares, Name of Village : Dhanikhola,Sonakhali, Pajlarchar
, Mathya Bhatipara, Uzan bhatipara, Charkumaria, Dakkhin Bhatipara, Samania Para, Bhawaliapara, Goysapara, jhiarpar, Palashtoli, Chopagaria,Moisertaki, Katakhali,
- Harirampur Union- Area 2380 hectares, Name of Village : Nighor kanda, Chauladi, Golabhita, Harirampur, Magurjora, Rayer gram & South Kanda.
- Kanihari Union- Area 3120 hectares, Name of Village :Baraigaon, Bahalikanda, Polashtoly, Baghadaria, Baghadaria Dak, Balidia, Barma, Bearta, Chandbari, Deopara, Gobindapur, Garpara, Jilki, Kanihari, Kushtia (1), Kushtia(2), Mandatia, Raghab Bari, Sultanpur, Thapanhala, Tirkhi,
- Kanthal Union- Area 2364 hectares, Name of Village : Baniadhala, Banpathalia, Dhala Amian, Jasiddhar, Kanthal, Muhuriabari, Nalchira, Rajabari, Bangram, Singrail
- Mathbari Union- Area 3766 hectares, Name of Village : Alahari, Badamia, Kuragacha, Khagati Para, Horiyagoni, Mathabari
- Mukshapur Union- Area 2836 hectares, Name of Village : Kaitarbari, Konabakhai, Lalpur, Mukshapur, Nijbakhai, Phuti, Shankibhanga, Sapkhali,senerchak, jamtoli
- Rampura Union- Area 2827 hectares, Name of Village : Darila, Kakchar, Rampura
- Sakhua Union- Area 1752 hectares, Name of Village : Akhrail, Babupura, Bishnupur, Gandakhola, Nagarchhara, Naopara, Sakhua
- Trishal Union- Area 2827 hectares, Name of Village : Aultia Golaghita, Bagan, Chikna Monohar, Konabari, Naodhar, Panch Para, Satra Para, Salimpur, Trishal
- Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University, established on 1 March 2005. Its first batch class was started in June 2007.
Colleges in Trishal Upazila:
- Government Nazrul College, est. 1967
- Trishal Women's Degree College
- Trishal Women's Technical & B.M College, Est-2009
- Islamiya Academy School And College
- Trishal Technical and BM. College
- Aulianagar College
- Kalir Bazar School and College
- Danikhola Technical and Commercial College
- Mukshapur College
- Trishal International School & College, Est. 2014
- Trishal Ideal School & College
- Kanthal High School & College
- Hazi Cherag Ali Degree College
- Abul Mansur Ahmed, journalist, politician and littérateur, was born at Dhanikhola in 1898.
- Abul Kalam Shamsuddin, journalist and littérateur, was born at Trishal in 1897.
- Shabbir Rifat (2012), "Trishal Upazila", in Sirajul Islam and Ahmed A. Jamal (ed.), Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.), Asiatic Society of Bangladesh
- "Bangladesh Population and Housing Census 2011: Zila Report – Mymensingh" (PDF). Table P01 : Household and Population by Sex and Residence, Table P05 : Population by Religion, Age group and Residence, Table P09 : Literacy of Population 7 Years & Above by Religion, Sex and Residence. Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), Ministry of Planning, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
- "Population Census Wing, BBS". Archived from the original on 27 March 2005. Retrieved 10 November 2006.
- Razzaque, Rana (2012). "Ahmed, Abul Mansur". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.
- Islam, Shahidul (2012). "Shamsuddin, Abul Kalam". In Islam, Sirajul; Jamal, Ahmed A. (eds.). Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh (Second ed.). Asiatic Society of Bangladesh.