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Official Website : http://hailakandi.gov.in
Headquarters : Hailakandi
State : Assam

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 1327
Rural : 1316.47
Urban : 10.53

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 659296
Rural : 611156
Urban : 48140
Male : 337890
Female : 321406
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 951
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 497

Official language : Assamese, Bengali, Bodo

Helplines :
1 Deputy Commissioner 9435486121 03844-222251
2 CEO Zilla parishad 9435072917 03844-223654
3 District Development Commissioner 8811925173
4 Addl.Deputy Commissioner 9435167224
5 Addl.Deputy Commissioner 9435168532
6 Addl.Deputy Commissioner & CO Algapur 9401777079
7 SDO(S),Hailakandi 7002372852
8 CO Lala 9435146602
9 CO,Katlicharra 9678321211
10 Election Officer 8749926326
11 CO Hailakandi 9435378136
12 Asst. Commissioner 8638855858
13 CO (A),Hailakandi 8011775454

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/244/download?token=3SZToSVY

Brief About Hailakandi District
Hailakandi was one of the oldest subdivision is the state of Assam. It was constituted as a civil subdivision on 1st June 1869. Subsequently, it was upgraded to district in 1989. It has an area of 1326.10 square km. Out of this, more than 60% is reserve forest. There are total of two reserve forests in Hailakandi District viz. Inner line reserve forest and Katakhal reserve forest. The district has got inter-state border with Mizoram on its south having a length of 76 km besides inter district border on other sides with Karimganj and Cachar districts.

Distric Profile
Hailakandi was one of the oldest subdivision in the state of Assam. It was constituted as a civil subdivision on 1st June 1869. Subsequently, it was upgraded to district in 1989. It has an area of 1326.10 square km. Out of this, more than 60% is reserve forest. There are total of two reserve forests in Hailakandi district viz. Inner line reserve forest and Katakhal reserve forest. The district has got inter-state border with Mizoram on its south having a length of 76 km besides inter district border on other sides with Karimganj and Cachar districts. As per 2001 census, it has a population of 542978. It comprises of two notified towns viz. Hailakandi (district headquarters) and Lala and one industrial town ship viz. Panchgram. A Municipal Board governs Hailakandi town & a town Committee governs Lala. It has five development blocks viz. Algapur, Hailakandi, Lala, Katlicherra & South Hailakandi development Block. There is a Mahkuma Parishad named Hailakandi Mahkuma Parishad covering these 5 Development Blocks. There are total of 62 Nos. of Gaon Panchayat under these five blocks. The district is divided into four revenue circles comprising of a total of 393 villages (including 27 forest villages). Nearly half the district consists of forests. Out of the remaining half, 33.2% is under cultivation. Rice is the main crop. District has got 17 tea gardens. The District has 4 Police stations, 2 Police out post, 2 Colleges, 43 H/E, H/School, 247 ME/ MV Schools and 937 LP schools.

As per 2001 Census, over all literacy rate is 59.80. The figure for Males is 68.47% and for females, it is 50.64 %. The main language of the District is Bengali.

In the organized sector, Tea is the main Industry of the District. It has 17 Tea estates with 5570.38 hectares under Tea plantation employing more than 1,30,642 persons as per 1991 Census. Production of Tea was 87.62 Metric ton. The Hindustan paper Mill Panchgram comes to the second place where large number of people get employment opportunities in the district. The pre dominant income generating activity for the district is through agricultural sector and its allied enterprises.