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Official Website : http://eastkhasihills.gov.in

Headquarters : Shillong
State : Meghalaya

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 2748
Rural : 2679.38
Urban : 68.62

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 825922
Rural : 459441
Urban : 366481
Male : 410749
Female : 415173
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 1011
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 301

Official language : Assamese and Bengali

Helplines :
Ambulance/Civil Hospital 2224100/ 2223889
Ganesh Das Hospital 2224766/ 2590766
K.J.P. Hospital 2242053/ 2548053
Nazareth Hospital 2224052/ 2210188
Lady Kerr Welfare Centre 2223403
Reid Chest Hospital 2241497/ 2225742
Wood Land Nursing Home 2224885/ 2225240
E.M.R.I 108
Childline 1098 (Toll free)
Fire Station (Main) 2222000, 2227700
Sub Fire Station (Iewduh) 2223300
Fire Service 0364-2227000
Control Room 100 (Toll free)
0364-2222277
SB Control 0364-2222855/2227050
Disaster Management 1077 10 A.M - 5 P.M (Working Days)
NEIGRIHMS, Hospital 2590593/ 2590623
Super Care Hospital 2506226
Bethany Hospital 2520300/ 2300168
Electricity 2223050/ 2223778/ 2222222
Telephone Complaint 198/ 22204

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/284/download?token=OM4uNFmz

Brief About East Khasi Hills District
East Khasi Hills is one of the 7 (seven) districts of the State of Meghalaya. The district occupies an area of 2748 Sq Km. And it lies between 25°07” & 25°41” N Lat. And 91°21” & 92°09” E Long. bounded by Ri-Bhoi District on the north, Karbi Anglong District on the north east, Jaintia Hills district on the east, Bangladesh on the south and West Khasi Hills district on the

Introduction
The Khasi Hills District was divided into two districts, viz the East Khasi Hills District and the West Khasi Hills District on 28th October 1976. On June 4th, 1992, East Khasi Hills District was further divided into two administrative districts of East Khasi Hills District and Ri-Bhoi District.

Block Name Area (Sq. Km.) Population Inhabited Villages Households
Mawryngkneng 293 50035 61 6326
Mylliem 204 365221 97 55851
Mawphlang 290 55441 156 7837
Mawkynrew 355 34133 65 5110
Shella Bholaganj 578 54383 183 9164
Pynursla 505 56448 145 9404
Mawsynram 523 45262 151 7129
Khatarshnong - Laitkroh        

Shillong is the district headquarter of East Khasi Hills District. The district consists of Eight Community and Rural Development blocks at present.

Area, Location and Population
East Khasi Hills District forms a central part of Meghalaya and covers a total geographical area of 2,748 Sq. Kms. It lies approximately between 25°07” & 25°41” N Lat. And 91°21” & 92°09” E Long.

The northern portion of the district is bounded by the plain of Ri-Bhoi District gradually rising to the rolling grasslands of the Shillong plateau interspersed with river valleys, then falls sharply in the Southern portion forming a deep gorges and ravines in Mawsynram and Shella-Bholaganj, community and rural development block, bordering Bangladesh. The district is bounded by the Jaintia Hills District to the east and the West Khasi Hills District to the west.

The district has a population of 6,60,923 as per the 2001census. The Khasis are predominant inhabitants of the East Khasi Hills, though Garos and others are found in the southern border areas.

Physical Features, Climate and Vegetation
The East Khasi Hills District is mostly hilly with deep gorges and ravines on the southern portion. The most important physiographic features of the district is the Shillong Plateau interspersed with river valley, then fall sharply in the southern portion forming deep gorges and ravine in Mawsynram and Shella-Bholaganj bordering Bangladesh. Shillong peak lying 10 Kms. from the city, offer a panoramic view of the scenic country side and is also the highest point in the district as well as in the State. In the evening , the city lights below appears like a star studded abyss.

The climate of the district ranges from temperate in the plateau region to the warmer tropical and sub-tropical pockets on the Northern and Southern regions. The whole of the district is influenced by the south-west monsoon which begins generally from May and continues till September. The weather is humid for the major portion of the year except for the relatively dry spell usually between December and March.

Infrastructure
The headquarter of the district, Shillong which is also the capital city of State, is connected to Guwahati and Silchar by NH 44 of 103 Kms. and 240 Kms. respectively. The nearest Rail head and airport are situated at Guwahati. There is a airstrip suitable for small aircrafts at Umroi which is 35 Kms. from Shillong. The agricultural and other products are transported by trucks, jeeps and tractors. Shillong is well connected with other parts of the State by motorable road. Similarly, all the block headquarters in the district are also connected by roads. However, the villages in the interior areas are poorly connected and transport services are inadequate.