Bishrampur Rural Municipality is situated at south-west part of Bara district, Province number two. This Rural Municipality was established in 2073 B.S. by combining then Chhatawa, Barainiya, Bishrampur and Itihayi Village Development Committees. This local unit is divided into five wards. This Rural Municipality is surrounded by Kalaiya Sub-metropolitan city and Pheta Rural Municipality from east, Parsa district from west, Prasauni Rural Municipality from north and Indian border from south. This local unit is connected with Kalaiya bazaar, headquarter of Bara district.
As per the census 2011, total population of this Rural Municipality is 23,785. Most populated ward is ward number five. This covers total area of 19.81 kilometer square. Most of the people are Madheshi Hindu followed by Muslim and Mountain people. Among Madhesi there are number of caste and surnames. Hindu is major religions followed by people and Bhojpuri, is major language spoken. Agriculture is major occupation though most of the farming land lacks irrigation facility. This local unit is connected with road network and most of the households have electricity access. Paddy, wheat, mustard, sunflower are major crops cultivated along with different fruits, vegetables. Animal husbandry is also among major occupations.
Mr. Amirilal Raut is Chairperson and Ms. Sumitra Devi is Vice-chairperson of this Rural Municipality. Bishrampur bazaar is center of this local unit.