Commisioner Vision

We desire to ensure a safe and clean constructive and productive environment where neighborhoods are revitalized, history is preserved, nature is respected and all the citizens can reach their full potential through education, recreation and cultural wellness. These initiatives will be accomplished through our employees, law, city services, communications and financial management.
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Mega Projects

Mega Projects
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Important Projects

Important Projects [Dualization of Gujranwal Sialkot Road]
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Gujranwala Division Overview

It is the largest administrative division of Punjab. The division, headquartered at the city of Gujranwala, covers an area of 17,206 km2. It is administratively subdivided into 6 districts.
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Gujranwala History

It was once a district of Lahore Division, now it is the largest administrative division of Punjab. The division, headquartered at the city of Gujranwala, covers an area of 17,206 km2. It is administratively subdivided into 6 districts.
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Constituencies - Gujrranwala (National)

MNA’s Gujranwala Division
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MPA’S Gujranwala Division

MPA’S Gujranwala Division
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Honour Board of Commissioners

Honour Board of Commissioners
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Commissioner's Team

Commissioner's Team
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Gujranwala Division Organogram

Gujranwala Division Organogram
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Gujranwala District at a Glance

Gujranwala District at a Glance
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Geographical Conditions - Gujranwala Division

Gujranwala District is situated on the main railway line connecting Lahore and Peshawar. The Grand Trunk Road runs parallel to the railway line and passes through the centre of the city, mostly the old city being on the west and new abadies on the east. The Chenab river forms the northern boundary of the district. Beyond the river, it is bounded by Gujrat and Mandi Bahauddin districts, on the east by Sialkot district, on the south by Sheikhupura district and on the west by Hafizabad district.
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Gujranwala Population

According to Punjab Development Statistics 2011, total population of Gujranwala district is 4,479 thousand persons out of which 2,329 thousand are males and 2,150 thousand females. Density of population in the district is 1,237 persons per square Kilometer.
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Natural Resources - Gujranwala Division

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat, Rice and Sugarcane are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Gujranwala Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Gujranwala is discussed hereunder:
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Gujrat - District at a Glance

Gujrat - District at a Glance
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Gujrat Geographical Conditions

It is bounded on the North-East by Jammu and Kashmir, on the North-West by the river Jhelum which separates it from Jhelum district, on the East and South-East by the river Chenab, separating it from the districts of Gujranwala and Sialkot, and on the West by Mandi Bahauddin district. District Gujrat is spread over an area of 3,192 square kilometres and comprises of the three tehsils of:
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Gujrat Population

Total population of the district According to Punjab Development Statistics 2011, total population of Gujrat district is 2,542 thousand persons out of which 1,271 thousand are males and 1,271 thousand are females. Density of population in the district is 764 persons per square Kilometre.
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Gujrat Natural Resources

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat, Sugarcane and Rice are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Gujrat Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Gujrat is discussed hereunder:
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Sialkot District at a Glance

Sialkot District at a Glance
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Sialkot Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district Gujrat district and State of Jamu and Kashmir lie on north of Sialkot. Narowal falls on its North- East, whereas Gujranwala district is situated on its West and Narowal district touches Sialkot in the South. Sialkot district is spread over an area of 3,016 square kilometres and comprises the tehsil of:
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Sialkot Natural Resources

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat and Rice are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Sialkot Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Sialkot is discussed hereunder.
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Hafizabad District at a Glance

Hafizabad District at a Glance
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Hafizabad Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district The reiver Chenab forms the Northern and North-Western boundary of the district. On the North-West touches Mandi Bahauddin, on the South lies Sheikhupura, on the West Sargodha district and on the East Gujranwala district. District Hafizabad is spread over an area of 2,367 square Kilometres and comprises the two tehsils of:
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Hafizabad Population

Total population of the district According to Punjab Development Statistics 2011, total population of Hafizabad district is 1,038 thousand persons out of which 540 thousand are males and 498 thousand are females. Density of population in the district is 439 persons per square Kilometre.
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Hafizabad Natural Resources

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat, Rice and Sugarcane are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Hafizabad Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Gujrat is discussed hereunder:
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Mandibahudin District at a Glance

Mandibahudin District at a Glance
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Mandibahudin Population

Total population of the district According to Punjab Development Statistics 2011, total population of Mandi Bahauddin district is 1,392 thousand persons out of which 713 thousand are males and 679 thousand are females. Density of population in the district is 521 persons per square Kilometre.
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Mandi-Bahauddin Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district District Mandi-Bahaudddin is bounded on the north west by the river Jhelum, on the South-East by the river Chenab which separates it from Districts Gujranwala and Gujrat and on the South west by District Sargodha. District Mandi-Bahauddin is spread over an area of 2,673 square Kilometres and Comprises of three Tehsils
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Mandibahudin Natural Resources

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat, Sugarcane and Rice are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Mandi-Bahauddin Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Gujrat is discussed hereunder:
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Narowal District at a Glance

Narowal District at a Glance
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Narowal Geographical Conditions

Brief description of the district Gujranwala, Gujrat district and state of Jammu and Kashmir lie on its North. India falls on its North-East, whereas Sialkot district is situated on its West and Shiekhupura district touches Narowal in the South. The district is spread over an area of 2,337 square kilometres and comprises the tehsils of:-
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Narowal Population

Total population of the district According to Punjab Development Statistics 2011, total population of Narowal district is 1,530 thousand persons out of which 771 thousand are males and 759 thousand are females. Density of population in the district is 655 persons per square Kilometre.
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Narowal Natural Resources

Agriculture Main Crops Wheat and Rice are the main crops grown in the district. Production of these crops during the period 2008-09 to 2010-11 is given in Table.
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Mandi-Bahauddin Future Potential

Keeping in view the availability of raw material, skilled labour, linkage between the industrial units, local / national / international demand, future industrial potential of district Gujrat is discussed hereunder:
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List of Stadiums in Gujranwala Division

List of Stadiums in Gujranwala Division
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List of Play Grounds in Gujranwala Division

List of Play Grounds in Gujranwala Division
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Hospitals in Gujranwala Divison

Hospitals in Gujranwala Divison
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Medical Colleges & Nursing School in Gujranwala Division

Medical Colleges & Nursing School in Gujranwala Division
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Health Projects

Health Projects in Gujranwala Division
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Educational Institutes in Gujranwala Division

Educational Institutes in Gujranwala Division
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Youth Festival

Youth Festival Commissioner Gujranwala Division Mr.Shamail Ahmed Khawaja inaugurated the Punjab Youth Festival at Gujranwala.
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International Women's Day

International Women's Day Commissioner Gujranwala Division delivered a speech on Women Day with the theme “Equality for women is progress for all” on 8th March 2014
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Visit of Khawaja Safdar Medical College Sialkot

Visit of Khawaja Safdar Medical College Sialkot To monitor the progress of work, Commissioner Gujranwala Division Mr. Khawaja Shamail Ahmed visited Khawaja Safdar Medical College Sialkot.
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Contacts Numbers of Commissioner Office Gujranwala

Contacts Numbers of Commissioner Office Gujranwala
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Contact Us - E-Mail Addresses

Contact Us - E-Mail Addresses
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Flood Statistics

Flood Statistics
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Flood Rescue & Relief Efforts in Pictures

Flood Rescue & Relief Efforts in Pictures
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