Assam District Map


District Map of Assam

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Assam District Map Kokrajhar Chirang Bongaigaon Barpeta Dhuburi South Salmara Mankaghar Goalpara Kamrup Kamrup Metropolitan Morigaon Darrang Baksa Udalguri Sonitpur Biswanath Golaghat Jorhat Karbi Anglong West Hojai Nagaon Karbi Anglong Lakhimpur Majuli Sivasagar Charadeo Dibrugarh Dhemaji Tinsukia Dima Hasao Cachar Hailakandi Karimganj TRIPURA MIZORAM MANIPUR NAGALAND ARUNACHAL PRADESH WEST BENGAL BHUTAN MYANMAR CHINA MEGHALAYA BANGLADESH
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*Map showing all the districts of Assam with boundaries. Disclaimer

Assam is located in North East India, with Dispur as its capital. The state is famous for its tea, silk production, old petroleum products and rich biodiversity. Comprising of the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys, Assam is one of the seven sister states of North east India. Guwahati is Assam's largest city and is an important commercial and educational hub. The population of Assam is 31,169,272 (2011 census) and the state covers an area of 78,550 km sq.

Districts and Administration of Assam: Assam has 27 districts, which are further divided into 49 sub divisions. Each district is administered by a Deputy Commissioner, appointed by the Indian Administrative Service or from the Assam Civil Service,who takes care of the smooth operation of each district. The role of the Deputy Commissioner combines the roles of the District Magistrate and the District Collector.
Hence the Deputy Commissioner is responsible not only for the overall administration of the district, but also law and order and revenue collection. A Superintendent of Police, an officer from the Indian Police Service, looks after the law and order of the district.

Tourism in Assam:Assam is famous for its natural beauty and wildlife and has many wildlife sanctuaries, like the Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Namohi National Park and Pobitra National Park among others. Other popular attractions in Assam are the Brahmaputra River, Assam State Zoo, Kamakhya Temple, Mahabhairav Temple, Usha Pahar and Dibrugarh for the world famous Assam Tea.

List of Districts in Assam

S No.DistrictHeadquartersPopulation (Census 2011)Sex Ratio (per 1000)Average Literacy
1BaksaMushalpur950,07597469.25%
2BarpetaBarpeta1,693,62295363.81%
3BongaigaonBongaigaon738,80496669.74%
4CacharSilchar1,736,61795979.34%
5ChirangKajalgaon482,16296963.55%
6DarrangMangaldoi928,50095463.08%
7DhemajiDhemaji686,13395372.7%
8DhubriDhubri1,949,25895358.34%
9DibrugarhDibrugarh1,326,33596176.05%
10Dima HasaoHaflong214,10293277.54%
11GoalparaGoalpara1,008,18396467.37%
12GolaghatGolaghat1,066,88896477.43%
13HailakandiHailakandi659,29695174.33%
14JorhatJorhat1,092,25696282.15%
15KamrupGoroimari1,517,54294975.55%
16Kamrup MetropolitanGuwahati1,253,93893688.71%
17Karbi AnglongDiphu956,31395169.25%
18KarimganjKarimganj1,228,68696378.22%
19KokrajharKokrajhar887,14295965.22%
20LakhimpurNorth Lakhimpur1,042,13796877.2%
21MorigaonMarigaon957,42396768.03%
22NagaonNagaon2,823,76896272.37%
23NalbariNalbari771,63994978.63%
24SivasagarSibsagar1,151,05095480.41%
25SonitpurTezpur1,924,11095667.34%
26TinsukiaTinsukia1,327,92995269.66%
27UdalguriUdalguri831,66897365.41%
28BiswanathBiswanath Chariali---
29CharaideoSonari---
30HojaiSankardev Nagar---
31MajuliGaramur---
32South Salamara-MankacharHatsingimari--
33West Karbi AnglongHamren---



Last Updated on : June 23, 2017



     


     

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