Divisions of Pakistan

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The four provinces and autonomous territories of Pakistan are subdivided into administrative "divisions", which are further subdivided into districts, tehsils and finally union councils.wikipedia
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Districts of Pakistan

DistrictdistrictsDistricts of Azad Kashmir
The four provinces and autonomous territories of Pakistan are subdivided into administrative "divisions", which are further subdivided into districts, tehsils and finally union councils.
The Districts of Pakistan (undefined; Sindhi: پاڪستان جا ضلعا ), are the third-order administrative divisions of Pakistan, below provinces and divisions, but forming the first-tier of local government.

Administrative units of Pakistan

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The four provinces and autonomous territories of Pakistan are subdivided into administrative "divisions", which are further subdivided into districts, tehsils and finally union councils.
Each province and territory is subdivided into divisions, which are further subdivided into districts, which are further subdivided into tehsils, or taluka, which are further subdivided into union councils.

Peshawar Division

PeshawarPeshawar District
The North-West Frontier Province (as it was then called) had two divisions – Dera Ismail Khan and Peshawar. Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division. In the recent past (i.e. in last three decades), Naseerabad Division was split from Sibi Division; Zhob Division was split from Quetta Division; Bannu Division was split from Dera Ismail Khan Division; Mardan Division was split from Peshawar Division; Larkana Division and Shaheed Benazirabad Division were split from Sukkur Division; Mirpur Khas Division and Banbhore Division were split from Hyderabad Division.
Peshawar Division was an administrative division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Rawalpindi Division

Rawalpindi
The province of West Punjab had four divisions – Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi and Sargodha. Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division.
Divisions were composed of districts which formed the fourth tier of government, but the local government reform of 2000 abolished administrative divisions and raised the districts to become the new third tier of government

Dera Ismail Khan Division

Dera Ismail KhanDera Ismail Khan District
The North-West Frontier Province (as it was then called) had two divisions – Dera Ismail Khan and Peshawar. In the recent past (i.e. in last three decades), Naseerabad Division was split from Sibi Division; Zhob Division was split from Quetta Division; Bannu Division was split from Dera Ismail Khan Division; Mardan Division was split from Peshawar Division; Larkana Division and Shaheed Benazirabad Division were split from Sukkur Division; Mirpur Khas Division and Banbhore Division were split from Hyderabad Division.
Dera Ismail Khan Division was an administrative division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Malakand Division

MalakandMalakand region
In 1969, the princely states of Chitral, Dir and Swat were incorporated into West Pakistan as the division of Malakand with Saidu as the divisional headquarters.
Malakand Division is an administrative division of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (North West Frontier Province) of Pakistan.

Bahawalpur Division

BahawalpurDivisional Capital
The former princely state of Bahawalpur became Bahawalpur Division, therefore joining West Punjab.
Bahawalpur Division was an administrative division of the Punjab Province, Pakistan until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Kohat Division

KohatKohat District
Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division.
Kohat Division was an administrative division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Faisalabad Division

FaisalabadFaisalabad Region
Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division.
Faisalabad Division was an administrative division of Punjab, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Sargodha Division

Sargodha
The province of West Punjab had four divisions – Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi and Sargodha. Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division.

Bannu Division

Bannu
In the recent past (i.e. in last three decades), Naseerabad Division was split from Sibi Division; Zhob Division was split from Quetta Division; Bannu Division was split from Dera Ismail Khan Division; Mardan Division was split from Peshawar Division; Larkana Division and Shaheed Benazirabad Division were split from Sukkur Division; Mirpur Khas Division and Banbhore Division were split from Hyderabad Division.
Bannu Division was an administrative division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan, until the reforms of 2000 abolished the third tier of government.

Karachi Division

Karachi-BelaKarachifive districts of Karachi
Gradually over the late 1970s, new divisions were formed; Hazara and Kohat divisions were split from Peshawar Division; Gujranwala Division was formed from parts of Lahore and Rawalpindi divisions; Dera Ghazi Khan Division was split from Multan Division; Faisalabad Division was split from Sargodha Division; Sibi Division was formed from parts of Kalat and Quetta divisions; Lasbela District was transferred from Karachi Division to Kalat Division; Makran Division split from Kalat Division.

Rakhshan Division

Rakhshan
Rakhshan Division is an administrative division of Balochistan Province, Pakistan.

Khuzdar

The capital of Kalat Division was moved from Kalat to Khuzdar.
The divisional administration of Pakistan ended in 2000.

Sahiwal Division

Sahiwal
Sahiwal Division (Punjabi, undefined) is one of the nine Divisions of Punjab province, Pakistan.

Azad Kashmir

Azad Jammu and KashmirAzad Jammu & KashmirKashmir
Abolition did not affect the three divisions of Azad Kashmir, which form the second tier of government.
The state is administratively divided into three divisions which, in turn, are divided into ten districts.

Punjab, Pakistan

PunjabPunjab ProvincePunjab (Pakistan)
At abolition, there were twenty-six divisions in Pakistan proper – five in Sindh, six in Balochistan, seven in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and eight in Punjab.

Tehsil

Talukatalukmandal
The four provinces and autonomous territories of Pakistan are subdivided into administrative "divisions", which are further subdivided into districts, tehsils and finally union councils.

Union councils of Pakistan

union councilUnion CouncilsProvince
The four provinces and autonomous territories of Pakistan are subdivided into administrative "divisions", which are further subdivided into districts, tehsils and finally union councils.

Islamabad Capital Territory

Capital TerritoryICTIslamabad
The divisions do not include the Islamabad Capital Territory or the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, which were counted at the same level as provinces, but in 2018 the Federally Administered Tribal Areas were subsumed into Khyber-Paktunkhwa Province.

Federally Administered Tribal Areas

FATAtribal areastribal belt
The divisions do not include the Islamabad Capital Territory or the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, which were counted at the same level as provinces, but in 2018 the Federally Administered Tribal Areas were subsumed into Khyber-Paktunkhwa Province.

Presidencies and provinces of British India

British IndiaIndiaBritish
The Governor's provinces of British India were subdivided into divisions, which were themselves subdivided into districts.