Netrakona District of Bangladesh.
Netrakona is a district in central Bangladesh. It is a part of the Dhaka division. Netrakona district is situate in the northern part of Bangladesh. It is bounded by Garo Hills of Meghalaya (India) on the north, Kishoregang district on the south, Sunamganj district on the west and Mymensingh district on the west. Annual temperature; Average maximum 33.3⁰ c and minimum 12⁰ c. Total rainfall 2174 mm. Main rivers are Someshwari, Kangsha, Magra, Dhanu, Dhala, Teorkhali.
Netrokona town consists of 9 wards and 33 mahallas. It is a municipal town with an area of 13.63 square kilometers. The town has a population of 53853.
Annual temperature: Annual average maximum temperature is 33.3⁰ c and minimum temperature is 12⁰ c. Total rainfall 2174 mm.
Main rivers:Main rivers are Someshwari river, Kangsha river, Magra river, Dhanu river, Dhala river, Teorkhali river.
Netrokona district was established in 1984. The district consists of 10 upazilas, 4 municipalities, 36 wards, 102 mahallas, 85 union parishads and 2281 villages.
Area of Netrakona:Netrakona is 2,810.40 square kilometers (1,085.1 square mile).
Population of Netrakona District: 1,971,240.
Density of Netrakona: 701.4/square kilometers (1,816.6/square mile).
Literacy rate: Literacy rate of 34.94%.
Name of Upazilas: Mohangonj Upazila, Modon Upazila, Khaliajuri Upazila, Kendua Upazila, Durgapur Upazila, Purbodhola Upazila, Kolmakanda Upazila, Barhatta Upazila, Atpara Upazila, Netrakona Upazila.
Municipalities: Barhatta, Durgapur, Mohanganj and Netrokona sadar.