Message from Deputy Commissioner
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the District Surab its official website. This online resource embodies the information not only about the policies, objectives, functions, human resources, financial resources, projects and the services delivered by the District Administration but also general introduction about the brief district history, geography, people, fauna &flora etc. It opens a window for the citizens through which they can have access to certain information about the District Surab. The website enables us to enhance our internal efficiency and effectiveness as well as public service delivery and improves the ability to monitor the performance of the government functionaries. It allows having information to make timely decisions and affective plaining. It further provides an opportunity to download the required information without any inconvenienceof visiting government offices, saving valuable time and money.
Assistant Commissioner Surab
Additional Deputy Commissioner Surab
Brief About District Surab
District Surab was created as a separate District on 1st August 2017 after bifurcation of District Kalat. The Headquarter of District Surab is Surab Town. Total area of District Surab is 2847 Sq. Kms. Total Population of District Surab is 208894 (According to the 2017 census). It consists of 22 Union Councils, 01 Municipal Committee and a District Council.
The Surab District is bounded by District in the north and north-west, Khuzdar District in the East and South and Washuk, Kharan District in the South-West and west. Surab is generally mountainous, consisting of numerous ridges and valleys of varying widths. The important hill ranges are Koh-e-Arboi, Koh-e-Chilbagho, Koh-e-Nazo, Koh-e-Soya, Tariki, Aapak, Jeewa and Anari.
Climate and Geology of District
The Climate of the District Surab is generally dry with hot summers and mild to chilling winters. The variation between day and night temperatures is wide in almost all parts of the district. Rainfall is inadequate in the area while snowfall is experienced in the valleys of Surab and Gidder during winters. The Arbohi Mountains are also covered with snow.
District Surab falls in semi-arid zone where average annual rainfall is 194 mm. geology of district comprises of different types of rocks including sedimentary, metamorphic, limestone and chits with some traces of shale. The valleys of Surab, Gidder, Mehrabad and Marap are the green belts of the district which are most suitable for agriculture activities. The hill torrents generate flooding during rainfall which causes damages to public property as well as infrastructure. The most active rivers are Phijuri, Chilbhagho, Mirani, Kalghali, Jeewa, Giddar dhor and other number of small Nullahs in district
Surab is a district located in central Balochistan and has an area of 2847 Sq. Kms. Surab (a District in Kalat Division) lies between latitude 29’33.03” N and longitude 15’35.00”. Location of Surab is at 942 KM (aerial distance) south-west of Pakistan’s Capital city Islamabad and 230 Km (aerial distance) south-west from Quetta City the provincial capital of Balochistan.
- UCs ………….22
Total Population of District Surab = 208894
- Post Office Surab -01
- Post Office Gidder-02
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Levies Thana Surab
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