Lower Dibang Valley Census 2011

District : Lower Dibang Valley
State : Arunachal Pradesh
Population 53,986
Population Density 14 Persons/sq.Km.
Male Population 28,127
Female Population 25,859
Sex-Ratio 919
Total Literacy rate 70 %
Male Literacy Rate 77 %
Female Literacy Rate 64 %
Area (square Kilometer) 3,900



Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Population of Lower Dibang Valley

Lower Dibang Valley district is located in Arunachal Pradesh . Population of Lower Dibang Valley district is 53986 as per Census 2011. Lower Dibang Valley is 12th most Populous district out of total 16 districts in Arunachal Pradesh and it is 629th most Populous district in India.The population density of Lower Dibang Valley is 14 Persons per square Km.It is 10th most densely populated out of 16 districts in Arunachal Pradesh and it is 628th most densely populated district out of total 640 districts in india.

Literacy rate of Lower Dibang Valley

Total Literacy rate of Lower Dibang Valley is 70.38%. This means 70.38 out of 100 persons of age more than 6 years are literate. It is ranked 4 in terms of literacy rate out of total 16 districts of Arunachal Pradesh and 629 out of total 640 districts of India. Male Literacy of Lower Dibang Valley is 76.62% while female literacy stands at 63.56%.
Note: Serchhip district(98.76%) in Mizoram has highest literacy rate and Alirajpur district(37.2%) of Madhya Pradesh has the lowest literacy rate in India.

Sex-Ratio of Lower Dibang Valley

Sex-ratio of Lower Dibang Valley is 919 female per thousand male.
Note : Highest Sex-ratio of india is of Puducherry (1176) while lowest being from Daman district (533).
Note:All the details are as of Census 2011.

Area of Lower Dibang Valley

Area of Lower Dibang Valley is 3900 Sq. Km. It is 11th largest district in Arunachal Pradesh and 312th largest in India in terms of total area.
Note: Kutch district(45441 sq.km) of Gujarat is the largest and Mahe district(9 sq km) of Puducherry is the smallest district in India.