The Phek information graph explains 163418 People are living in this disctrict, 83743 are Male and 79675 are female as per 2011 census. Expected population of Phek in 2018 is between 158516 and 179760. Literate people are 105893 out of 57926 are male and 47967 are female. People living in Phek depend on multiple skills, total workers are 80277 out of which men are 41556 and women are 38721. Total 44069 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 19982 are cultivated by men and 24087 are women. 1311 people works in agricultural land as a labour in Phek, men are 692 and 619 are women. Phek is a district in Nagaland state in india.
Subdivisions of Phek District
Phek District Subdivisions Map
Chetheba, Phek District Athizo SWURO said on
Sukhrunyi is an important festival in this village
Chetheba, Phek District Athizo Swuro said on
Roads conditions was very bad in this area, during the rainy season the road was block due to improper drainage systems to three or four days and even sometimes upto one months, in case, the patients are face lots of problems and community are also facing problems as cannot to transport in time...
Chetheba, Phek District Athizo Swiiro said on
Drinking water supplies is very poor in this village, the villagers are not found as satisfied with water.
Chozuba, Phek District Sachlang said on
vehical service to all major towns from chozuba
Meluri, Phek District Rhutsomu Pfithu said on
The recent expedition led by Siechutho Katiry, forest ranger Meluri with Team of Pochury Gazetted Officers Forum (PGOF) on 21 October 2015 to measure the height of the peak Moi Len is located under Reguri territory/soil/land. In those times, when Assam Riffle camp at Molhe (which is also under Reguri land/soil) or in other words called as Mol he Camp, which is called "Molhe pass" where Japanese entered in Nagaland during the WW-II. Some are of the confusion that the Mollen peak, called Moi Len peak is at Mollen Village. But i assure you, when looked into geographically it lies in Reguri. The mountain is in our dialect is called "Tüpukhasü". In the mean time, we appreciate the work of the forest ranger and team of PGOF,for venturing the Virgin forest and that brought laurel to us, which othe rise was unknown due to geographical remoteness!