Country Name: The People's Republic of Bangladesh.
Geographical: South Asia, Between 20 34 and 26 38
Location: North latitude and between 88 01and 92 41 east longitude; consists of flat fertile alluvial land
BOUNDARIES: North-India (West Bengal & Magalia) West-India (West Bengal) East-India ( Trippera & Assam) and Myanmar South -Bay of Bengal
Area: 147,570 square km. (Territorial water-12 nautical miles)
Capital City: Capital City of Dhaka.
Standard Time GMT+6 Hours
International Grenache GMT ,Night:12.00PM
International GMT+6 ,Same in English
Climate: Sub-tropical monsoon.
Climatic variation: Winter (December-February) temperature: average maximum 29C average minimum 11C Summer (April-June) temperature: average maximum 32C average minimum 21C
Rainfall: 1194 mm to 3454 mm (average during monsoon. June-August)
Humidity: Highest; 99 percent (July), Lowest: 36 percent (December & January)
Vegetation: Grass landlocked evergreen and evergreen
Population: 128.1 million, Percentage aria in Muslim 80% and other Nation 20% Density m: 755 persons per sq, km
Rate: International growth rate : 1.67 Percent
Adult literacy: 56 percent
Tate (15 years + )
Ethnic groups: Predominantly mixed group of proto acedias/ Dravidians, Mongoloids and Aryans
Language: 95% percent Mother Languishes Bangle and 5 percent other dialects, English is widely spoken
Religion: Muslim (88.3%), Hindu (10.5%) Buddhist (0.6%) Christian (0.3%) & Animists and believers in tribal faiths (0.3%)
Food: Rice, fish, Vegetables, pulses and Meat (Believe stage Rice & Fish Bangali)
Principal crops : Rice, Wheat, Jute, Tea, Tobacco and Sugar cane
Principal rivers: Padma, Brahmaputra, Jamuna, Meghna, Karnaphuli, Teesta etc. total 230 rivers including tributaries
Mineral resources: Natural gas, limestone, hard rock coal, lignite, silica shad, white clay, radioactive sand, etc (there is a strong possibility of oil deposit)
Human resources: A substantial manpower reserve-trained, skilled. Engineers, technicians, physicians, economists, accountants, administrative and managerial personnel. Abundance of low cost, easily trainable and adaptable and hard working intelligent labour force
Educational: Govt. universities-11, Non-govt. Universities-16
Institutions: Colleges-3032, Engineering colleges -4, Polytechnic Institutes-20 Govt. Medical Colleges-13 Non-govt. Medical colleges-9, Secondary schools-12858, primary schools-77685
Employment and: Civilian labour force: 56.0 million, Male 35.0 Labour million, Female 21.0 million. Percentage of lobour Force: Agriculture -63.2, Industry -7.7, others-29.1
History : Recorded history traceable to the 4th century B. C. with clear evidence of flourishing civilization consisting of cities, palaces, temples, forts, seats of learning and monasteries, 1200 A. D. : advent of the Muslims enjoying period of periods of prosperity under Muslim rule; 17th century: a time of economic well beings; 1757 : beginning of British co uncial rule; 1947 : departure of the British from Indian subcontinent ; Bangladesh becomes East Bengal/ East Pakistan as part of Pakistan, 1971 : emergence of the sovereign state of Bangladesh through and armed struggle under the leader ship of the father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
From Government: The country has a Parliamentary from of Government headed by the
prim Minister. The President is the constitute head the state.
Airport: International airports: Dhaka, Chitagong, Sylhet
Domestic Airports: Dhaka, Chittagong, Cox'S Bazer, Thakurgoan, Syedpur, Rajshahi, Jessore and Barisal.
Se port: Chitagong and Maogla
Inland dirver ports: Dhaka Chadpur, Barisal, Khulna, Nayaangonj, Sragnioetc.