Postcodes (also known as postal codes, PIN or SIP Codes) are the series of letters or digits or both which are used for the mail sorting purpose mainly. If you are looking for Bangladesh Postal Codes or Bangladesh ZIP Codes then please see bellow administrative region names called Division of Bangladesh to find your desired postcodes. All Bangladesh Post Offices has 4 digit Post Code. For example, Dhaka 1205 is the postal code of New Market TSO which is under New Market, Dhaka. Another example, Chittagong 4217 is the postcode of North Katuli post office, Chittagong Sadar, Chittagong.
Started on 20th December 1971 Bangladesh Post has the total number of post offices in Bangladesh is 9,886, which includes 1,426 divisional post offices and 8,460 non-divisional post offices. There are 4 GPOs, 23 grade A post offices, 45 grade B post offices, 420 Upazila post offices, 923 divisional sub-post offices and 11 divisional branch post offices among the total divisional offices.
Dhaka Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Dhaka Division is an administrative division within Bangladesh. The capital and largest city is Dhaka. Dhaka Division is bounded by Mymensingh Division to the north, Barisal Division to the south, Chittagong Division to the east and south-east, Sylhet Division to the north-east, Rangpur Division to the north-west, and Rajshahi Division to the west and Khulna Divisions to the south-west.
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Chittagong Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Chittagong Division is geographically the largest of the eight administrative divisions of Bangladesh. It covers the south-easternmost areas of the country. Chittagong Division is subdivided into eleven districts and thence into 99 sub-districts (Upazilas).
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Barisal Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Barisal Division is one of the eight administrative divisions of Bangladesh. Located in the south-central part of the country. The division is subdivided into six districts and thence into 42 sub-districts (Upazilas; Rangabali in Patuakhali and Taltoli in Barguna being the most recent). Lower level administrative areas are 353 union parishads, 3,159 mouzas, 12 municipalities, 25 wards and 4,163 villages.
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Khulna Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Khulna Division is one of the eight divisions of Bangladesh. The division was formed in 1960. Khulna Division consists of ten districts, subdivided into 59 sub-districts (Upazilas).
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Rajshahi Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Rajshahi Division is one of the eight first-level administrative divisions of Bangladesh. The major cities of Rajshahi division are Rajshahi, Pabna, Ishwardi, Bogra and Joypurhat.
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Rangpur Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Rangpur Division is one of the Divisions in Bangladesh. It was formed on 25 January 2010, as Bangladesh’s 7th division. Before that, it was under the Rajshahi Division. The Rangpur division consists of eight districts. There are 58 Upazilas or subdistricts under these eight districts. Rangpur is the northernmost division of Bangladesh. The major cities of this new division are Rangpur, Saidpur and Dinajpur. Rangpur has well-known educational institutions, such as Carmichael College, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Rangpur Medical College, Rangpur Cadet College, Begum Rokeya University and Bangladesh Army University of Science & Technology, Saidpur.
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Sylhet Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Sylhet Division is the northeastern division of Bangladesh. In 1995, Sylhet was declared the 6th division of the country. Prior to that, it was part of the Chittagong Division. The Sylhet Division is subdivided into four districts: Habiganj, Moulvibazar, Sunamganj and Sylhet. Further, the Sylhet Division contains 35 sub-districts (upazila/thana), 323 union parishad, 10,185 villages and 14 municipalities.
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Mymensingh Division Postcodes/Postal Codes (ZIP)
Mymensingh Division is one of the eight administrative divisions of Bangladesh. It was created in 2015 from districts previously comprising the northern part of Dhaka Division. On 14 September 2015 Mymensingh was officially announced as a division consisting of four districts.
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The Bangladesh Post Office (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ ডাক বিভাগ) also known by trade name Bangla Post is responsible for providing postal service in Bangladesh. It is an attached department of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication (Bangladesh).