Lying at the foot of the Himalayas, district Bijnor enjoys a unique place among the districts of the Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal. The current official name of our country 'BHARAT is after Bharat who belongs to this district. Bijnor is the gateway of the hilly region of Uttaranchal and enjoys a central position among the adjoining districts of Pauri Garhwal and Hardwar in the North, Moradabad in the South, Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar in East and Saharanpur, Muzaffar Nagar and Meerut in the West. Bijnor is mainly an agricultural district. Out of the total area of 4848 sq km, about 492 thousand he. land is irrigated. The main crops of the area are wheat, rice and sugarcane. Sugarcane is the cash crop and grown in 152 thousand he. The annual yield is about 7930 metric tones.
Although Bijnor is a prominent agricultural district but the number of industrial units both big and small are also considerable. Sugar Khandsari, Glass manufacturing, small bottle manufacturing, Ivory works, wood work, Brush manufacturing and paper mills are the main industries of the district.
The educational facilities in the district are also good. There are 6 no. under graduate and post graduate college, 85 inter college and number of junior high school both for girls and for boys in the district.
The banking facilities are also good in the district. Around 106 branches of nationalised banks and 48 branches of co operative bank are operating in the district. The total length of roads in the district is around 2927 km, which is highest in the state.
The financial condition of the farmers in the district is remarkably good. The living standard is considerably good. No wonder if you find luxuries like TV, Coolers, ACs, CD Players, Telephone, home and kitchen appliances and even Motor Cycle, Jeep, tractor, Car etc. in most of the houses in village of the district.