Junichande rural municipality is located in the western part of the Jajarkot district. Existing VDCs such as Majkot, Garkhakot, Daha, and Kortang, were combined in Junichande rural municipality. The Rural municipality has total area of 346.20 square Kilometers and is divided into 11 wards. Kushe rural municipality lies in the east of Junichande rural municipality. Similarly, this rural municipality is surrounded by Dailekh district in the west, Dailekh district in the north and Chhedaghad municipality in the south. Junichande rural municipality has the total population of the municipality is 21733 consisting male population 10740 and female population of 10993 as of Census of Nepal 2011. There are 3774 households in Junichande rural municipality.

People produce the crops like Corn, Millet, Wheat, Barley-Flower, etc. which require less irrigation. Valuable herbals can be found. This rural municipality is the place of about extinct Red Panda. Hindu, Buddhist and Cristian are the major ethnic group of this rural municipality. Chhetri, Brahamin, Shahi, Newar, Damai, Kami, Gurung, Sarki, Thakuri are major community inhabitant in this rural municipality. People’s major source of income is agriculture, fruits cultivation, and livestock farming. Dashain, Tihar, Budhha Purnima, Loahasar, SrawanSakranti, Janai Purnima etc. are the major festivals people do celebrate in this rural municipality. Sigaru dance, Thadi song, Lahare song, Jyaure song, and Deuda song are famous of this rural municipality.

Mr. Krishna Bahadur K.C and Mrs.  Siwa Basnet are the chairman and vice chairman of the Junichande rural municipality. The rural municipality office is situated in Majkot, Jajarkot.