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Baksa District : Profile
1. Name of District HQ : Musalpur
2. Geographical Area(in Sq. Km) : 2400 Sq. Km
3. Distance of District HQ from state capital(in Km) : 115 Km

Baksa district is one of the 27 districts of Assam state in north-eastern India. Mushalpur town is the headquarters of the district. This district is bounded by Bhutan in the north, Udalguri district in the east, Barpeta, Nalbari and Kamrup districts in the south and Chirang district in the west. Area of the district is 2400 kmĀ²[1]. The population of the district is 8,62, 560 (2001 census).

The district has three sub-divisions: Mushalpur, Salbari and Tamulpur. These sub-divisions are further divided into 13 revenue circles: Baksa, Barama, Tamulpur, Goreswar, Baganpara, Ghograpar, Barnagar, Bajali, Jalah, Patharighat, Rangia, Sarupeta and Tihu. Three Vidhan Sabha constituencies of this district are Tamulpur, Barama and Chapaguri. All of these are part of Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency.

Sub divisions : 3 - Mushalpur(Sadar), Salbari(Civil), Tamulpur(Civil)
Circles : 13 - Baska, Barama (Part), Tamulpur, Goreswar (Part), Baganpara, Ghagrapar (Part), Barnagar (Part), Bajali(Part), Jalah, Patharighat(Part), Rangia(Part), Sarupeta(Part), Tihu(Part)

Development Blocks
15 - Baska, Tihu Barama (Part), Tamulpur, Goreswar (Part), Gobardhana (Part), Dhamdhama (Part), Nagrijuli, Jalah, Rangia (Part), Bihdia-Jajikona. (Part), Bajali (Part), Barigog Banbhag (Part), Sipajhar (Part), Tihu (Part), Chakchaka, (Part)

Number of villages : 696
Number of Police Stations : 4
Number of Police Outposts : 7
Number of Tea Gardens : 4

Population Density (Nos per Sq. Km) : 359.4
Civil Hospitals/ Health Institutions

Educational Institutions
Total No. of colleges: 7
Barama College
Goreswar College
BB Kishan College, Jalah
Tamulpur Jr. Commerce College
Salbari Jr. College
Nikasi Jr. College
Dhamdhama Jr. College
Total No. of Secondary/ H.S. Schools: 93
Names of Major H. S. Schools :
Mushalpur H.S.S., Barama H.S.S., Tamulpur H.S.S., Goreswar H.S.S.
Total No. of Elementary Schools: 1305

Places of Tourist Interest
Manas (National park) : Distance from District HQ - 45Km
Kokilabari : Distance from District HQ - 70Km
Moina Phukhuri : Distance from District HQ - 65Km
Bhangtar : Distance from District HQ - 75Km
Bagamati : Distance from District HQ - 90Km

Major Tribes
Boro, Rabha, Sarania Kachari, Madahi