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About the South West Garo Hills district
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Brief About South West Garo Hills District

The South West Garo Hills District comprises all the villages falling under the two Community and Rural Development Blocks, viz. Betasing and Zikzak Community and Rural Development Blocks, including 33 (thirty-three) villages under Mukdangra Gram Sevak (GS) Circle and Garobadha Gram Sevak Circle of Selsella Community & Rural Development Block, 24 (twenty-four) villages under Okkapara Songma Gram Sevak Circle and Chengkuregre Gram Sevak Circle of Gambeggre Community & Rural Development Block, 13 (thirteen) villages under Jarangkona Gram Sevak Circle of Dalu Community & Rural Development Block and Anggalgre village of Rongkhongre Gram Sevak Circle of Rongram Community & Rural Development Block

The total population of South West Garo Hills is 1,70,794[2] (provincial) as per Census 2011, with 85,872 male and 84,922 female population. The literacy rate of the district is 68.88%.

Betasing Community & Rural Development Block
Betasing Community & Rural Development Block has total population of 93,523 (provincial) of which 46,723 male and 46,800, including the newly annexed villages. The total literacy rate is 70.244% (provincial), of which the literacy rate of male is 76.127% and that of female is 64.409%.