Dimapur District

Dimapur district population 2019, households, workers, literate, area, census and language in Nagaland
Dimapur Population Statistics(2011)
The Dimapur information graph explains 378811 People are living in this disctrict, 197394 are Male and 181417 are female as per 2011 census. Expected population of Dimapur in 2019 is between 367447 and 492455. Literate people are 278037 out of 150142 are male and 127895 are female. People living in Dimapur depend on multiple skills, total workers are 151350 out of which men are 99645 and women are 51705. Total 20591 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 12140 are cultivated by men and 8451 are women. 4506 people works in agricultural land as a labour in Dimapur, men are 2743 and 1763 are women.

Geography of Dimapur
Languages spoken are Dimasa, Nagamese, English

Subdivisions of Dimapur District

Dimapur District Map
Dimapur District Subdivisions Map

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Agriculture & irrigation issues in khehuto
Aquqhnaqua, Dimapur District   said on
our village is small n we don't have rivers in our village so we used to face a lot of problem so please help our village
Roads request in new_showuba
Nihokhu, Dimapur District   said on
Dear Sir, I\'m the residents of New Showuba village, Dimapur There is a drainage problem and Road problem at our church road Whenever there is a rain, the water will stagnate at my place church road and the drainage flow will stop. Inspite of many complaints, every time the officials will take up the matter on temporary basis and will resolve the matter. Because of Road problem this problem arises. I request you to kindly do the needful in solving the problem permanently and do the needful. Regards Kiuhomong.
Development in hovukhu
Niuland, Dimapur District   said on
NIT was proposed and an agreement was signed between the parties. However surprisingly and annoyingly the venue was shifted to chumukedima. The nagas in general and the sumis in particular were deprived of the opportunity that could usher in development ,peace and changes. What is done is done ...bygones are bygone. Now the questions and most awaited is what is the government doing or about to do??? Plz brighten up and not keep in dark and suspense the innocent and gullible public. The land has been bought so utilise it judiciously but fast... before it gets barren. Implement a project soon lest Jesus comes and d world ends. Be good and do good if a true Christian so god might be kind to u... keep d holy spirit of Jesus working. God bless.