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Shaikhpura district

Sheikhupura District is one of the districts in the province of Punjab , Pakistan. Sheikhupura is the headquarters of Sheikhupura District.

The district comprises of 4 tehsils

  • Sheikhupura
  • Ferozewala
  • Muridkey
  • Sharaqpur

There are 6 other Districts that connect to Sheikhupura, namely: Lahore, Kasur, Nankana Sahib, Narowal, Hafizabad, and Gujranwala, and the international boundary of Amritsar

The district had a population of 3,321,029 of which 25.45% were urban in 1998.

The area is a part of Rachna Doab, and consists of some recent sediment brought by spill channel from Chenab River. There are some old channel levee remnants and old basins filled up with clay materials. It is probably of late Pleistocene age derived from mixed calcareous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks of the lower Himalayas. The only mineral products of the District are Kankar and Kallar. The small particles of Kankar may be burnt into lime. These are the features of all bare lands and are found on the surface or a little below it. Kallar is found on mounds, which are sites of old ruined habitations, and is used for the manufacture of crude saltpeter.

The District has extreme climate; the summer season starts from April and continues till October. During the summer season, temperature ranges from 30 to 45 degrees Celsius. The winter season starts from November and continues till March. December and January are the coldest months with a mean minimum temperature of 5 degrees.

The dust storms occur occasionally during the hot season, during June, July and August. Rainy weather alternates with oppressive weather. The rainfall is 500mm per year. The mean minimum and maximum humidity during winter is 37% and 84%.

Description Units Units Description  Units Units
Total Area:
sq. Kms.
Forest Area :
sq. Kms. Net Sown Area:
sq. Kms.
Occupied House:
'000 Net Irrigation Area :
sq. Kms.
Total Population
'000 Total Literates
Total Male
'000 Total Female
Urban Population
'000 Rural Population
Rural Population - Male 328.71 '000 Rural Population - Female 0.0 '000
Urban Population - Male 64.58 '000 Urban Population - Female 0.0 '000
Total SC Population 81.73 '000 Total ST Population 0.04 '000
SC Population - Rural 0.0 '000 ST Population - Rural 0.0 '000
SC Population - Urban 0.0 '000 ST Population - Urban 0.0 '000
Total Male Literacy 0.0 '000 Total Female Literacy 0.0 '000
Rural Literates 0.0 '000 Urban Literates 0.0 '000
Rural Literates - Male 0.0 '000 Rural Literates - Female 0.0 '000
Urban Literates - Male 0.0 '000 Urban Literates - Female 0.0 '000
Rural Male Literacy % 0.0 %
Rural Female Literacy % 0.0 %
Urban Male Literacy % 0.0 %
Urban Female Literacy % 0.0 %
Total Workers ('000)
Male Workers ('000)

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