শাহরাস্তি উপজেলাধীন সকল শিক্ষা প্রতিষ্ঠানের জেএসসি/জেডিসি পরিক্ষার রেজাল্ট এখানে দেখুন।
Shahrasti is located at. It has 31,212 households and a total area of 154.31 km².
It is the south-easternmost upazila of Chandpur District that has borders with Comilla, Laxmipur and Noakhali districts.
According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Shahrasti had a population of 180,643. Males constituted 48.59% of the population, and females 51.41%. The population aged 18 or over was 84,718. Shahrasti had an average literacy rate of 43% (7+ years), against the national average of 32.4%.
The main occupation is agriculture.
Shahrasti has 1 Municipality (Pourashova), 9 Unions/Wards, 164 Mauzas/Mahallas, and 176 villages.
Municipality: Shahrasti Pourashova
Khariar and Waruk are some of the larger villages in Shaharasti.
Shahrasti upazila has only one hospital known as "Shahrasti upazila Health Complex". The hospital has 50 beds and is operated by government. It has several Family Welfare Centers and Community Clinics at Union level.
Shahrasti upazila was founded by Late Husain Ahmed who had served as secretary to the Government of Bangladesh and was also Inspector General of Police. He also developed Shahrasti upazila: its roads, culverts, electricity, bank, post office, thana and upazila headquarter building, hospital, madrasah, mosque, etc. were all built and established at his own initiative. There is a road in Shahrasti upazila named 'Husain Ahmed Sarak' in recognition of his contribution for the upazila.
It had some more people that made it famous throughout Bangladesh, such as- Dr. Abdus Satter honorable ex secretary, Major(Rtd.) Mohammed Rafiqul Islam honorable ex home-minister and sector commander of Mukti Bahini in the Bangladesh Liberation War.