Chak Jhumra (Urdu: چک جُھمرہ), is a town, railway junction, and Tehsil in Punjab, Pakistan. The town is situated about 21 kilometres (13 mi) Northeast of Faisalabad on Faisalabad-Sangla Hill Road. The Khanewal–Wazirabad Branch and Sangla Hill–Kundian Branch intersect in the town and connect it to Faisalabad and Sargodha respectively.
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Prior to the establishment of Pakistan, the town was known as a hub of the cotton trade. At the time, three cotton grinding factories operated within the town. Following the Partition of India, the town's Hindu population, of which the majority of traders were a part of, immigrated to India, causing business to decline significantly.
Beginning in the 1960s, the town began to again experience economic growth and development of infrastructure. At this time a number of schools, hospitals, and textile factories were constructed within the town.
Today, textile manufacturing is the dominant industry within Chak Jhumra.
The following educational institutes are established within Chak Jhumra:
- Govt. Higher secondary College
- Sandal College
- Al Falah College
- Govt. Degree College, Chak Jhumra
- Govt. Degree College for Woman
- Bloomstar School System
- Wisdom Public School and College
- Misali Ravain high school
- Eden Hall Grammar High & Montessori School System (R) Madni Park Jhumra City.
- Eden Hall Grammar High & Montessori School System
- Govt. High School Railway Road Chak jhumra Near Nadra office and Post Office Chak Jhumra, Formerly Govt. Elementary Chak Jhumra.
- Dar-e-Arqam School
- Bloomstar school system
- Allied School Jhumra
- Alfalah School System
- Global Group of Schools
- City School Chak Jhumra
- Timberlandians Student Club, Lakarwala.
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- "DISTRICT AND TEHSIL LEVEL POPULATION SUMMARY WITH REGION BREAKUP: PUNJAB" (PDF). Pakistan Bureau of Statistics. 3 January 2018. Archived from the original (PDF) on 8 May 2018. Retrieved 20 April 2021.
- Tevta plans institute at Chak Jhumra Dawn (newspaper), Published 17 August 2014, retrieved 20 April 2021
- Governor inaugurates first clean drinking water project in Chak Jhumra The Nation (newspaper), Published 19 January 2021, retrieved 20 April 2021
- Paramour killed, woman injured in Chak Jhumra The Express Tribune (newspaper), Published 26 February 2021, retrieved 20 April 2021