Daudkandi Upazila

Daudkandi (Bengali: দাউদকান্দি) is an upazila of Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh.[1]

Daudkandi is located in Bangladesh
Location in Bangladesh
Coordinates: 23°32′N 90°43′E / 23.533°N 90.717°E / 23.533; 90.717Coordinates: 23°32′N 90°43′E / 23.533°N 90.717°E / 23.533; 90.717
Country Bangladesh
DivisionChittagong Division
DistrictComilla District
 • Total376.23 km2 (145.26 sq mi)
 • Total458,503
 • Density1,200/km2 (3,200/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+6 (BST)
WebsiteOfficial Map of Daudkandi


Daudkandi is located at 23°32′00″N 90°43′00″E / 23.5333°N 90.7167°E / 23.5333; 90.7167. It has 77,102 households and a total area of 376.23 km2. which is located at the extreme near of the upazila by the Dhaka Chittagong Highway. Daudkandi village area is within the municipality and value of property here, like the rest of the municipality, have increased significantly.


According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Daudkandi had a population of 458, 503. Males constituted 50.44% of the population, and females 49.56%. The population aged 18 or over was 215, 409. Daudkandi had an average literacy rate of 29.9% (7+ years), compared to the national average of 32.4%.[2]


Daudkandi Upazila is divided into Daudkandi Municipality and 15 union parishads: Baropara, Betessor, Dakshin Eliotgonj, Doulotpur, Goalmari, Gouripur, Maruka, Mohammadpur Paschim, Mohammadpur Purba, Passgacia Pachim, Podua, Sundolpur, Uttar Daudkandi, Uttar Eliotgonj, and Zinglatoli. The union parishads are subdivided into 168 mauzas and 267 villages.[3]

Daudkandi Municipality is subdivided into 9 wards and 26 mahallas.[3]

Position Name
Upazila Chairman Major (Retd.) Selim Reza
Vice Chairman Asdu
Woman Vice Chairman Rujina Akther
Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO)

Notable residentsEdit

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