Dibrugarh is a district in Assam State of India. It has a total of 7 Blocks in this district. The district has an total area of 3,381 sq km. There are 9 towns and 1,348 villages in this district.
As per census Dibrugarh District has a population of 1,326,335 in 2011 out of which 676,434 are male and 649,901 are female. Population of Dibrugarh District in 2019 is 1,455,979(estimates as per aadhar uidai.gov.in feb 2019 data). Literate people are 884,531 out of 491,361 are male and 393,170 are female. People living in Dibrugarh District depend on multiple skills, total workers are 560,557 out of which men are 368,013 and women are 192,544. Total 86,082 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 66,299 are cultivated by men and 19,783 are women. 21,792 people works in agricultural land as labor, men are 13,440 and 8,352 are women. Dibrugarh District sex ratio is 961 females per 1000 of males.
Dibrugarh District District Rural and Urban Population
The district has an total area of 3,381 sq km., 45.48 sq km is urban and 3335.52 sq km is rural. Out of total population of 1,472,232 in the district, 243,730 are in urban area and 1,082,605 are in rural area. 54,453 households are in urban, 222,414 are in rural area. 198,958 literate people are in urban, 685,573 are in rural area.
Dibrugarh Demographics Languages are Assamese
The Nearest Airport to Dibrugarh is Dibrugarh Airport., and other popular district head offices are Office Of The Registrar, Office of the Superintendent of Police, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, Tea Board Of India, Small Tea Growers Development Directorate, Central Excise and Service Tax, Central Water Comission, The nearby Fire service for this district is Dibrugarh Fire and Emergency Service's Station. The District Library is L N B Library, Dibrugarh University.The Head Post office for this district is in India Post. and the Railway Station is Dibrugarh Railway Station (station).
Electricity problem is there in our village ... at night if its there then voltage is not there we get only 6-8 hrs of electricity only ... with very low voltage...
Roads are not good .. 1year before the road construction of our village is done... bt now its breaking the contractors had not made it gud they just looted the govt .
water problem is there our waterpump house is not atall suppling waters.
No medical facility
No public transport
The PDP system is worst
No sports facilities
No irrigation facilities
No public awarness about Aids