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Official Website : http://phek.nic.in

Headquarters : Phek
State : Nagaland

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2026
Rural : 2013.15
Urban : 12.85

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 163418
Rural : 138843
Urban : 24575
Male : 83743
Female : 79675
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 951
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 81

Helplines :
Police : 100
Fire : 101
Ambulance : 102 / 108
Child : 1098

Population (Census 2010) : The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/318/download?token=M3B3vCpx

Brief About Phek District
Phek is a district in the South-eastern part of Nagaland, bounded by Myanmar in the East, Zunheboto and Tuensang districts in the North, Manipur state in the South and Kohima district in the West. Phek is derived from the word "Phekrekedze" meaning watch tower. Earlier a part of Kohima district, it was made a seperate district on December 21, 1973. It is inhabited by the Chakhesangs and Pochurys. The word "Chakhesang" an amalgamation of the names of three sub-tribes - "cha" from "Chokri", "khe" from "Khezha (Kuzha)" and "Sang" from "Sangtam (Pochury)". There are atleast three main lingustic group in the district, namely, Chokri , Khezha and Pochury. The medium of communication among the people is mainly Tenyidie and Nagamese.

It is a hilly district rich in flora and fauna. there are three important rivers namely Tizu, Lanye, and Sedzu and three important lakes called Shilloi, Chida and Dzudu.
Summer is moderately warm and winter is cold. Monsoon sets in by the last week of May and retreats by the end of September.

Agriculture is the main occupation with 80.84 % of the population engaged in agriculture. Terrace Rice Cultivation (TRC) is predominant. Besides agriculture people engage in salt making (in Meluri area) weaving, bamboo and wood carving, and in making fruit juice.

Phek is a land rich in culture and festivals. Festivals are held round the year. there are different traditional attires for every occasion. Coupled with their rich cultural heritage, the people in Phek are renowned

for their cheerful nature and hospitality.

PHEK AT A GLANCE

Population
a. Total population : 1,46,483 [2001 Census-Provisional]
b. Sex ratio : 926 females per 1000 males.
Density of population : 73 persons per sq. km (2001)
Literacy percentage : 71.35% (2001 Census-provisional)
Important festivals : Sukrenye (Chakhesang) & Yemshe (Pochury)
Administrative centers : 15 Centres

RD Blocks : KIKRUMA,PFUTSERO,SEKRUZU,PHEK,MELURI (5 Blocks)

Police stations : PHEK,MELURI,CHIZAMI,PFUTSERO,CHOZUBA (5 Stations)

Number of hospitals

a. District Hospitals : 1(one)
b. Community Health Centres : 2(two)
c. Primary Health Centres : 8(eight)

Number of Govt. recognised villages : 89 VILLAGES
Number of colleges : 3(three)
Number of Govt. higher secondary schools : 1(one)
Number of Govt. high schools : 18
Number of Govt. middle schools : 46
Number of Govt. primary schools : 116
Highest & lowest altitude : 2,136(Pfutsero)/1,524(Phek)

Number of villages with roads
All weather roads : 24 Villages
Fair Weather roads : 53 Villages

Number of villages not connected with roads : 12
Number of villages with water supply connections : 80
Number of villages without water supply connections : 9