Dibrugarh Census Report 2001

           From the very beginning of the British rule, for different purposes, people from different parts of the country and abroad have been migrating to the district of Dibrugarh. The Tea garden community who were brought by Britishes to employ in the Tea Estates now have great influence on the demographic scenerio of the district. Besides the local tribes and communities, there are a lots of people from other parts of the country and abroad from Nepal and Bangladesh
Total Population 1185072
Male 613555
Female 571517
Rural Population 956634
Urban Population 228438
S.T. Population 88337
S.T. Male 44667
S.T. Female 43670
S.C. Population 48024
S.C. Male 25083
S.C. Female 22941
Male Literates 406265
Female Literates 291883
Literacy Rate 58.91%

Population By Religion
Hindu 1075878
Muslim 53360
Shikh 2638
Buddhist 4152
Jains 877
Other Religions 2436
Religion not stated 691


AREA WISE TOTAL POPULATION
Area Code Sub-districts Area Total Population
0001 Dibrugarh West Total 135,179
Rural 127,238
Urban 7,941
0002 Dibrugarh East Total 239,786
Rural 110,066
Urban 129,720
0003 Chabua Total 147,372
Rural 129,939
Urban 17,433
0004 Tengakhat Total 195,037
Rural 163,063
Urban 31,974
0005 Moran Total 150,471
Rural 143,645
Urban 6,826
0006 Tingkhong Total 142,637
Rural 142637
Urban 0
0007 Naharkatia Total 174,590
Rural 140,046
Urban 34,544
Numbers of literates/iliterates and literacy rate by sex
Population & Sex ratio among S.T and S.C
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