Serchhip District

Population: 64,875 (2011)

State: Mizoram

Language: Mizo

Headquarters: Serchhip


Date of formation: 15th September 1998

Area: 1421 square kilometers

Density of population: 46 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 98.76 % - Male: 99.24 %, Female: 98.28 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:976


Boundaries of Serchhip District


North and North West: Aizawl District, Mizoram

South: Lunglei District, Mizoram

East: Champhai District, Mizoram

West: Mamit District, Mizoram


Serchhip District Maximum Temperature in Summer: 34 deg C

Serchhip District Minimum Temperature in Winter: 10 deg C





Major Rivers: River Mat, River Tuikum

Sub Divisions: Serchhip Sadar, North Vanlaiphai, Thenzawl

Blocks: Serchhip, East Lungdar

Assembly Constituencies: Serchhip, Tuikum, Hrangturzo,


Serchhip District Nearby Attractions


1. Thenzawl

2. Vantawng Khawhthla Waterfall

3. Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary

4. Chhingpuii Thlan

5. Zoluti Hriatrengna Lung


Serchhip District Facts: This is the second least populous district of Mizoram next only to Saiha. The nearest airport is Lengpui Airport and the nearest railway station is Bairabi. NH 54, NH 40 and NH 150 pass through this district connecting it with Agartala, Imphal and Silchar.


Major Agricultural Products: Paddy, maize, sweet corn, cabbage


Educational Institutions: Government Serchhip College established in 25th August 1973


Newspapers: Lenkawl, Ramlai Arsi, Serchhip Times, Lamkal, Ramnieng, Zothlifim


What is Serchhip District Famous For: Vantawng Khawhthla Waterfalls and Chhingpuii, Thlan Stone Memorial


Famous People From Serchhip District: Journalists Kapliana Pachuau, Thuamliana, R Lalmuansanga


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Last Updated : Thursday Jun 14 , 2012