The constituency encompasses Khulna City Corporation wards 1 through 15, and two union parishads of Dighalia Upazila: Aronghata and Jogipole.. History. [4] It borders Jessore District to the north, Narail District to the northeast, Bagerhat District to the east, the Bay of Bengal to the south, and Satkhira District to the west. It was established by Bangladesh's Department of Archaeology. There are four other railway stations in Khulna, and two more (in addition to the Rupsha Rail Bridge) are under construction as part of the Khulna–Mongla Port Railway project. He is most popular as Lalon Shah or Lalon Fakir. Majid Secondary School, Khulna, Keshobpur Pilot School & College, Jessore, Adarsho Girls' School, Keshobpur, Jessore, Mangolkot M.L High School, Keshobpur, Jessore, This page was last edited on 19 October 2020, at 14:46. The museum has been renovated and is administered by Bangladesh's Department of Archaeology.[24]. The 2018 PHC is the sixth in the series having conducted the previous ones in 1966, 1977, 1987, 1998 and 2008. [citation needed]. [3] It is the administrative seat of Khulna District and Khulna Division. [23], Rabindra Complex is in the village of Dakkhindihi, 19 kilometres (12 mi) from Khulna. A colonial steamboat service, including the Tern, Osrich and Lepcha, continues to operate on the river route to the city. The R760 connects Satkhira and western Khulna Districts. Lalon is Bengali Baul saint. Most residents of Khulna speak Bengali (the national language, its dialects and regional languages. United Nations population projections are also included through the year 2035. Khulna has a number of educational institutions. We have provided a few examples below that you can copy and paste to your site: Your image export is now complete. Other religions are Hinduism (19.11 percent), Christianity (0.67 percent) and Buddhism (0.04 percent). Khulna is in the northern part of the district, and the Mayur River is the western boundary of the metropolitan area. The region has an Export Processing Zone, which has attracted foreign investment. The QS authority has mentioned that KUET has a sober objective to achieve excellence in quality education, research and progression to address the present needs of the country as well as the South-Western region to make it as the "Center of Excellence". The region's previous name was Jalalabad. He is known as the Baul Samrat. Most of Khulna's population is Bengali, like the rest of Bangladesh. The region also includes several islands in the Bay of Bengal. Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, the city's only international sports venue (hosting test cricket, One Day International and Twenty20 International matches), became Bangladesh's seventh test-cricket venue on 21 November 2012; it also hosts several Bangladesh Premier League matches. Khulna's Bangladesh Premier League Khulna Titans were formerly the Khulna Royal Bengals. This was 1.552% of total Bangladesh population. The city is home to branch offices of a number of national companies, including M. M. Ispahani Limited, BEXIMCO, James Finlay Bangladesh, Summit Power and the Abul Khair Group. Govt. Its population is also composed of people from neighbouring districts and from Barisal and Faridpur Divisions.