Faisalabad district has covered an area of 5,856 sq km and have a population of 5, 47,446 souls. There are six sub divisions in this district. Faisalabad has been gifted with rich soil, also has a very good irrigation system, and also earned a good name from agricultural point of view. Of the total 14, 43, 703 acres, 11, 50, 042 acres of the land is irrigated through canal. The remaining area is either Barani or cultivated through tube-wells. During Kharif 1988 and Rabi 1988-89 the total area irrigated was 8, 48, 349 and 8, 11, 231 acres correspondingly. The district’s climate touches two extremes, the highest temperature in summer reaches to 50 C and in winter the minimum temperature is falls below freezing point. From April till October summer season continue, the hottest months are May, June and July. On the other hand winter season starts from November and continues till March. December, January and February are the coldest months in Faisalabad.

The world famous agricultural university is also in Faisalabad, and equally famous Nuclear Institute for agriculture and biology, Agricultural research institute, National institute of Biotechnology and genetic engineering. Moreover to Punjab medical colleges there are many other professional colleges and universities like Hamadrd University Faisalabad campus, Commerce College, Textile College, superior science college and poly technical college.  Faisalabad is linked with the capital of Pakistan and some other main cities via M3 motorway connected through Pindi Bhatain.

It has a strong industrial base consisting of home furniture, jewelry, textiles and pharmaceuticals. From the city center the Faisalabad International College is approximately ten kilometers and is the main transportation point for exporting goods to other parts of the country and also overseas. The railway station connected Faisalabad with other main cities of the country and other small cities and towns.