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Rangunia Upazila

Rangunia Upazila
রাঙ্গুনিয়া
Rangunia Upazila is located in Bangladesh
Rangunia Upazila
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates:
Country  Bangladesh
Division Chittagong Division
District Chittagong District
Area
 • Total 351.95 km2 (135.89 sq mi)
Population (1991)
 • Total 263,217
 • Density 748/km2 (1,940/sq mi)
Time zone BST (UTC+6)
Website Official Map of Rangunia
Rangunia (}

}}: রাঙ্গুনিয়া) is an Upazila of Chittagong District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Contents

  • Geography 1
  • Demographics 2
  • Administration 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Geography

Rangunia is located at . It has 46,176 households and a total area of 351.95 km².

Demographics

According to the 2011 Bangladesh census, Rangunia had a population of 450,000. Males constituted 51.9% of the population, and females 48.1%. The population aged 18 or over was 127,825. Rangunia had an average literacy rate of 35.4% (7+ years), against the national average of 32.4%.[1]

Administration

Member of Perliament: D. Hasan Mahmud

Municipality chairman: Khalilur Rahman

Upzilla Chairman: Ali Shah

Vice Chairman: Aktar Hossain (Independent)

Woman Vice Chairman: Rehena Begum

Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO): Tanveer Azam


Rangunia has 15 Unions/Wards, 73 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 149 villages.

15 unions are:

  • Rajanagar (30 sqkm)
  • Hosnabad (26 sqkm)
  • Rangunia (10 sqkm)
  • Mariamnagar (10 sqkm)
  • Parua (30 sqkm)
  • Pomra (22 sqkm)
  • Betagi (17 sqkm)
  • Sarafbhata (28 sqkm)
  • Shilok (23 sqkm)
  • Padua (65 sqkm)
  • Chandraghona Kadamtali (11 sqkm)
  • Kodala (21 sqkm)
  • Islampur (15 sqkm)
  • South Rajanagar (29 sqkm)
  • Lalanagar (14 sqkm)

See also


References

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