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Tripura at a Glance – 2015-16




Area:-

a)

Total area (in sq km) 10,491.69

b)

Altitude at Agartala (in mtr) 12.80

c)

Location
 

i)

Latitude (North) 22º56' &
24º32'
 

ii)

Longitude (East) 91º09' &
92º20'
  iii) Extreme length (in km) 183.5
  iv) Extreme width (in km) 112.7
  v) Border with Bangladesh (in km) 856
  vi) Border with Mizoram (in km) 109
  vii) Border with Assam (in km) 53

d)

Population Census- 2011:
  i) Total 36,73,917
  ii) Male 18,74,376
  iii) Female 17,99,541
  iv) Rural 27,12,464
  v) Urban 9,61,453
  vi) Children (0-6 yrs.) 4,58,014
  vii) Density (per sq km) 350
  viii) Sex ratio 960
  ix) Percentage of decadal variation,(2001-11) 14.84
  x) Overall literacy rate (%) 87.2
  xi) Male literacy rate (%) 91.5
  xii) Female literacy rate (%) 82.7

e)

Life expectancy at birth (THDR-2007)
 

i)

Male 71
  ii) Female 74

f)

Total Fertility Rate (TFR), NFHS-3 2.22

g)

Tentative District-wise Population based on Census-2011:
 

1)

West Tripura District:
 

i)

Total 9,18,200
  ii) Male 4,66,152
  iii) Female 4,52,048
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 91.07
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 94.04
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 88.01
  vii) Female per thousand males 970
 

2)

Sepahijala District:  
  i) Total 4,83,687
  ii) Male 2,47,829
  iii) Female 2,35,858
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 84.78
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 89.80
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 79.49
  vii) Female per thousand males 952
 

3)

Khowai District:
  i) Total 3,27,564
  ii) Male 1,67,401
  iii) Female 1,60,163
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 87.78
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 92.17
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 83.17
  vii) Female per thousand males 957
 

4)

South Tripura District:
  i) Total 4,30,751
  ii) Male 2,20,162
  iii) Female 2,10,589
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 84.68
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 89.96
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 79.16
  vii) Female per thousand males 957
 

5)

Gomati District:
  i) Total 4,41,538
  ii) Male 2,25,428
  iii) Female 2,16,110
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 84.50
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 89.94
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 78.90
  vii) Female per thousand males 959
 

6)

 North Tripura District:
  i) Total 4,17,441
  ii) Male 2,12,650
  iii) Female 2,04,791
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 87.90
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 91.27
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 84.39
  vii) Female per thousand males 963
 

7)

Unakoti District:
  i) Total 2,76,506
  ii) Male 1,40,210
  iii) Female 1,36,296
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 86.91
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 90.92
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 82.79
  vii) Female per thousand males 972
 

8)

Dhalai District:
  i) Total 3,78,230
  ii) Male 1,94,544
  iii) Female 1,83,686
  iv) Overall literacy rate (%) 85.72
  v) Male literacy rate (%) 91.31
  vi) Female literacy rate (%) 79.79
  vii) Female per thousand males 944

h)

Schedule Caste population, Census 2011 :
 

i)

Total 6,54,918
 

a)

Male 3,34,370
 

b)

Female 3,20,548
 

ii)

Proportion of SC population 17.8
 

iii)

SC females per thousand males 959

i)

Schedule Tribe population, Census 2011 :
  i) Total 11,66,813
  a) Male 5,88,327
  b) Female 5,78,486
  ii) Proportion of ST population 31.8
  iii) ST females per thousand males 983

j)

Population by religion, Census 2011:
  i) Hindu 3063903
  ii) Muslim 316042
  iii) Christians 159882
  iv) Buddhists 125385
  v) Sikhs 1070
  vi) Jains 860
  vii) Others 1514
  viii) Religion not stated 5261

k)

Vital rates, 2014:  
  i) Birth rate, per ‘000 population 13.7
  ii) Death rate, per ‘000 population 4.7
  iii) Natural growth rate, per ‘000 population 9.0
  iv) Infant Mortality rate, per ‘000 population 26

l)

Housing and amenities, Census-2011:
  i) Occupied Census Houses 10,24,903
  ii) Housing stock (Fully & partly) 8,40,105
  iii) Households 8,55,556
  iv) Occupied Census Houses used as residence 8,26,686
  v) Proportion of households availing banking facilities 79.2
  vi) Proportion of households having radio / transistor 12.8
  vii) Proportion of households having Television 44.9
  viii) Proportion of households having Telephone
including mobile
48.1
  ix) Proportion of households having
scooter/motorcycle/moped
8.2
  x) Proportion of households having Car/Jeep/Van 2.2
  xi) Proportion of households having bi-cycle 39.3
  xii) Proportion of households having Computer/Laptop
with internet
1.0
  xiii) Proportion of households having Computer/Laptop
without internet
6.3
  xiv) None of the specified assessment 27.8
Administrative set-up 2014-15 :-
a) Districts 8
b) Autonomous District Council 1
c) Sub-Divisions 23
d) Blocks 58
e) Revenue Circles 32
f) Tehsils 187
g) Revenue Moujas 887
h) Police Stations 71
i) Member of Parliaments (including 1- Rajya Sabha) 3
j) Member of Tripura Legislative Assembly 60
k) Member of Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District
Council (TTAADC) - (including 2- nominated Member)
30

L)

Panchayati Raj Institutions, 2014-15
  i) Zilla Parishads 8
  ii) Elected member of Zilla Parishads 116
  iii) Women elected member of Zilla Parishads 59
  iv) Panchayat Samities 35
  v) Elected member of Panchayat Samities 419
  vi) Women elected member of Panchayat Samities 214
  vii) Grams (outside- ADC) 591
  viii) Elected member of Gram Panchayats (outside-
ADC)
6,111
  ix) Women elected member of Gram Panchayats 2,888
  x) Village Committees (inside- ADC) 527
  xi) Elected members of Village Committees 4,293
  xii) Rural local bodies (i + iv + vii + xi) 1,161
  xiii) Elected members in rural local bodies
(ii + v + viii + xii)
10,911
  xiv) Block Advisory Committee (BAC) 40
  xv) Total rural local bodies 27,373
Land Utilisation, 2014-15 (P):-
a) Total geographical area (ha) 10,49,169
b) Forest area (ha) 6,29,426
c) Area sown more than once (ha) 2,28,128
d) Current fallow land (ha) 1,150
e) Gross cropped area (ha) 4,83,488
f) Net cropped area (ha) 2,55,360
Climate, 2014 :-
a) Normal annual rainfall (mm) 2,241.8
b) Average actual annual rainfall (mm) 1,870.1
c) Highest annual rainfall (mm) (Kanchanpur) 2,352.2
d) Normal rainy days (Nos.) 99.2
e) Actual rainy days (Nos.) 82.8
f) Lowest annual rainfall (mm) (Gandacherra) 1,518.9
State Domestic Product, 2014-15 (P):- (with 2011-12 base)

a)

Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP)
  i) At current prices (Rs in crore) 29,666.62
  ii) At constant prices (2011-12) (Rs in crore) 25,175.15

b)

Net State Domestic Product (NSDP)
  i) At current prices (Rs in crore) 27,484.05
  ii) At constant prices (2011-12) (Rs in crore) 22,672.38

c)

Per Capita Income
 

i)

At current prices (Rs) 71,666
 

ii)

At constant prices (2011-12) (Rs) 59,120
Public Finance, 2015-16:-

a)

Receipt (Rs. in Crore)
 

i)

2013-14 (Actual)
  a) Revenue receipt 7,650.18
  b) Capital receipt 1,107.11
  c) Total receipt 8757.29
 

ii)

2014-15 (Revised)
  a) Revenue receipt 10,663.45
  b) Capital receipt 1,240.00
  c) Total receipt 11903.45
 

iii)

2015-16 (BE)  
  a) Revenue receipt 12,524.74
  b) Capital receipt 1,735.00
  c) Total receipt 14,259.74

b)

Expenditure (Rs. in crore)
  i) 2013-14 (Actual)
  a) Revenue expenditure 5,948.96
  b) Capital expenditure 1,876.42
  c) Total expenditure 7,825.38
  ii) 2014-15 (Revised)
  a) Revenue expenditure 8,303.07
  b) Capital expenditure 4,096.38
  c) Total expenditure 12,399.45
  iii) 2015-16 (BE)
  a) Revenue expenditure 9,125.55
  b) Capital expenditure 5,823.37
  c) Total expenditure 14,948.92

c)

Plan Expenditure 2015-16 (Rs. in crore)
  i) 2013-14 (Actual)
  a) State plan 2,49,465.74
  b) Central plan /centrally sponsored scheme 56,773.11
  ii) 2014-15 (Revised)
  a) State plan 2,19,062.68
  b) Central plan / centrally sponsored scheme 396664.08
  iii) 2015-16 (BE)
  a) State plan 221858.07
  b) Central plan / centrally sponsored scheme 616826.94

d)

State’s own tax Revenue (Rs.in crore)
  i) 2013-14 (Actual) 1073.91
  ii) 2014-15 (Revised) 1,241.00
  iii) 2015-16 (BE) 1,320.00

e)

Revenue surplus (+)/ Deficit (-) (Rs. in crore)
  i) 2013-14 (Actual) (+) 1,701.22
  ii) 2014-15 (Revised) (+) 2,360.38
  iii) 2015-16 (BE) (+) 3399.19

f)

Fiscal Deficit (Rs. in crore)
  i) 2013-14 (Actual) (+) 45.67
  ii) 2014-15 (Revised) (-) 1,320.89
  iii) 2015-16 (BE) (-) 1,937.82

g)

Functional classification of Government Expenditure :- 2013-14(Actual) 2014-15(Revised)
 

i)

General services (%)   39.42                           33.98
 

ii)

Social & community services (%)   40.48                           40.21
 

iii)

Economic services (%)   17.62                            19.64
 

iv)

Other services (%)   2.48                              2.17
Irrigation, 2014-15 :-
a) Cultivable area (ha) 2,55,241
b) Irrigable area (ha) 1,17,000
c) Area brought under irrigation (ha) [31-03-2015] 1,13,598
d) Area utilised (ha) [31-03-2015] 78,330
Agriculture, 2014-15 (P):-

a)

Production of crops :
 

i)

Rice (MT) 7,46,954
  ii) Wheat (MT) 304
  iii) Sugar cane (MT) 41,510
  iv) Cotton (Bale =170 kg) 1,347
  v) Jute (Bale =180 kg) 5,564
  vi) Mesta (Bale =180 kg) 5,079
  vii) Pulses (MT) (Kharif & Rabi) 8,426
  viii) Oil seed (Kharif & Rabi) (MT) 8,920
  ix) Potato (MT) 1,59,466
  x) Maize (MT) 5,963

b)

Fertilizer consumption (MT) 58,432
c) Per hectare use of fertilizer (NPK) (kg)/Ha 60
d) Bio-fertilizer distribution (MT) (2013-14) 1,500
e) Regulated agricultural market 21
f) Cropping intensity (%) 189
g) Jhum productivity (kg/ha) 1,066
h) No. of farmers trained (Nos.) 7,640
i) Cold storage 12
  i) Government 6
  ii) Private 4
  iii) Co-operative 2
j) Mango (MT) 62,559
k) Pineapple (MT) 1,70,890
l) Orange (MT) 36,521
m) Jackfruit (MT) 3,01,369
n) Coconut (MT) 19,548
o) Summer vegetable (MT) 2,90,223
p) Winter vegetable (MT) 3,56,797
q) Kisan Credit Cards 1,46,616
r) Amount disbursed (Rs. in lakhs) 97,728.52
Agricultural Census, 2010-11:-
a) SC-operational holdings 1,15,421
b) SC- area operated (in Hect) 41,844
c) ST-operational holdings 1,63,485
d) ST-area operated (in Hect) 1,23,854
e) Total operational holdings 5,78,479
f) Total area operated (in Hect) 2,84,945
Forestry & Rubber, 2014-15 :-
a) Total Forest area (sq km) 6294.29
b) Unclassified Government forest (sq km.) 2,116.87
c) Reserve forest (sq km) 3588.18
d) Proposed reserved forest (sq km) 587.63
e) Protected forest (sq km) 1.597
f) Development expenditure on forestry (Rs in crore) (P) 2,659.36
g) Revenue earned (Rs in crore) (P) 984.77
h) Wildlife sanctuary 4
i) National Park 2
j) Plantation area of rubber (ha) 11,305.20
k) Tapping area of rubber (ha) 3,811
l) Production of rubber (MT) 44,740.17
m) Joint Forest Management Committees (JFMCs) 1,000
n) Membership of JFMCs (No.) 1,00,045
o) Project area of JFMCs (ha) 2,60,210.62
p) Afforestation area (ha) in JFMC 1,34,706.87
q) Patta pass book issued under SOTFD (Schedule Tribes & other Traditional Forest Duelers) 1,24,541
Fisheries, 2014-15(P) :-
a) Culturable area (ha) 25,973.30
b) Capture water area (ha) 7,878.76
c) Water area for pisciculture (ha) 25,338.69
d) Production of fish (MT) 64,710
e) Seed production
  i) Fish seed (Fingerling) (lakhs) 3,376.35
  ii) Prawn seed (Juveniles) (lakhs) (Govt. farm) 8.82
f) Fish Farmer’s Development Agencies (FFDAs) 4
g) Fish feed plants 19
h) Fisherman Co-operative Societies 143
i) Selp-Help Groups 1,464
j) Soil and water testing laboratories 27
k) Fish feed analysis lab (Nos.) 3
l) Establishment of Fish Health Investigation/Disease/Diagnostic Centre 1
m) Pabda Hatchery (Nos.) 4
Land Allotment, 2014-15 :-
a) Land allotted to landless families (Nos.) 262
b) Land allotted to homeless families (Nos.) 1,696
c) Land allotted to both landless and homeless families (Nos.) 2,427
d) Area of land allotted to landless families (acres) 15.36
e) Area of land allotted to homeless families (acres) 118.74
f) Area of land allotted to both landless and homeless families (acres) 361.74
Animal Resource Development Department, 2014-15 :-
a) Veterinary hospitals (Nos.) 16
b) Veterinary dispensaries (Nos.) 60
c) Stock –man sub-centres (Nos.) 428
d) Artificial Insemination centres (Nos.) 11
e) Government veterinary farms (Nos.) 14
f) Disease Investigation laboratory (Nos.) 4
g) Feed analytical laboratory (Nos.) 1
h) Training Institute (Nos.) 1
i) Feed mixing plants (Nos.) 4
j) Production of egg (No.) (Crore) 19.79
k) Production of milk (MT) 1,41,430.67
l) Production of meat (MT) 34,815.74
m) Production of day old chicks (Nos.) 4,51,883
n) Production of day old ducklings (Govt. farms) (Nos.) 24,103
o) Production of piglet (Govt. farms) (Nos.) 4,870
p) Production of rabbit Kid (Govt. farms) (Nos.) 1,399
q) Artificially inseminated animal done (Nos.) 1,54,780
r) Calf born (Nos.) 59,734
s) Veterinary medicine-store(Nos.) 4
t) Farm products selling centre(Nos.) 14
u) Per capita availability of milk/daily (gram) 101.03
v) Per capita availability of egg/year (No.) 52
w) Per capita availability of meat/year (kg.) 9.08
x) Production of egg (Govt. farm) (No.) 12,62,033
y) Production of goat kid (Govt. farm) (Nos.) 171
Classification of worker, Census- 2011:-
a) Total workers 14,69,521
(100%)
b) Cultivators 2,95,947
(20.14%)
c) Agriculture labourers 3,53,618
(24.06%)
d) Household industries 41,496
(2.82%)
e) Other workers 7,78,460
(52.97%)
Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, 2014-15 :-
a) Ration shops 1,786
b) Average monthly requirement of rice for PDS (MT) 29,392
c) Average monthly requirement of wheat for PDS (MT) 2,542
d) Average monthly requirement of salt for PDS (MT) 1,500
e) Average monthly requirement of sugar for PDS (MT) 2,647
f) Average monthly requirement kerosene oil for PDS (KL) 3,200
g) LPG outlets in the state (including 5 LPG Agencies of BSF / AR) 56
h) LPG consumers (in lakh) 3.52
i) APL ration cards 5,056.03
j) BPL ration cards 1,81,876
k) AAY ration cards 1,13,124
l) Ration cards 9,62,390
m) Beneficiaries under Annapurna Scheme 14,851
n) State food godowns 115
o) Outlets for petrol/diesel 65
p) Rationing population in the state as on 31-03-2015 (in lakh) 39.52
Employment & Manpower Statistics, 2014-15 :-
a) Employment Exchanges 6
b) Employment Information Bureau 18
c) Applicants on live register in Employment Exchange 6,62,756
d) Registered job-seekers placed in employment by Employment Exchanges 588
e) Coaching centres for joint entrance examinations 37
f) Career counseling organized 70
g) Differently able 5,303
h) Average workers employment in Registered Factories 61,592
i) Candidates re-commended for employment by TPSC 449
Sixth Economic Census-2013 :-
a) Total enterprises 2,36,773
b) Total workers (including children) 4,04,024
c) Male 3,25,956
d) Female 78,068
e) Hired workers 1,56,261
f) Density of enterprises (sq km) 22.57
g) Average size of employment (per enterprise) 1.71
h) Enterprises without premises (%) 19.86
i) Annual average growth rate in enterprise 2.83

j)

Annual average growth rate in employment 0.58
Industries & Commerce, 2014-15 :-
a) Industrial Estates 5
b) Industrial area 1
c) Value of export (Rs in crore) 357.65
d) Value of import (Rs in crore) 1.02
e) Industrial growth center 1
f) Public Sector Industrial Undertakings (No.) 4
Factories, 2014-15 : (as on 31-03-2014) :-
a) Registered Factories u/s 2m (i) 606
b) Registered Factories u/s 2m (ii) 103
c) Registered Factories u/s 85 892
Handicrafts, 2014-15 :-
a) Production ( Rs. in crore) 27.00
b) Employment generated (mandays) (Lakhs per year) 1,70,000
c) Artisans (lakhs) 2.49
Handloom, 2014-15 :-
a) Textiles produced (sq mtr) (Million Sq. Mtr) 2.85
b) Employment generated (mandays) (Lakhs per year) 75.00
c) Value (crore) 14.00
Sericulture, 2014-15 :-
a) Production of raw silk (MT) 4.8
b) Production of mulberry cocoon (MT) 52.5
c) Area under mulberry cultivation (acre) 6,278
Energy, 2014-15 :-
a) Power generated (mu) 756.94
b) Power purchased (mu) 1,169.21
c) Transmission line (132 kv & 66 kv)(ckt K.M.) 907
d) Consumers (Nos.) 6,76,880
e) Villages electrified (Nos.) 1,107
f) Amount of revenue earned (Rs in crore) 405.96
g) Kutir Jyoti connections (Nos.) 19,527
h) Distribution line (ckt. KM) 38,055
i) Proportion of households having electricity 93%
j) Villages Un-electrified 11
k) Sub-stations transmission & Distribution (Nos.) 12,736
Co-operative Societies,2014-15 :-
a) Co-operative Societies 1,778
b) Members (lakh) 8.33
c) Working capital (Rs in crore) 41,257.33
d) Societies per lakh population 48.43
e) Women co-operative societies 133
f) Share capital (Rs. in crore) 8,726.76
Rural Development, 2014-15:-

a)

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA):
  i) Expenditure incurred (Rs. in lakhs) 92,362.09
  ii) Mandays generated (in lakh) 511.78
  iii) Mandays generated for ST (in lakh) 227.09
  iv) Mandays generated for SC (in lakh) 88.23
  v) Job card issued 6,26,715

b)

Self Help Groups (SHGs):
 

i)

National Rural Livelihood Mission –NRLM (2014-15)
  a) Women SHGs registered with NRLM 102
  b) Newly formed SHGs registered with NRLM 101
  c) SC members in the NRLM SHGs 40
  d) ST members in the NRLM SHGs 1,100
  e) OBC members in the NERLP SHGs 122
  f) RM members are in the fold of NRLM SHGs 11
ii) North East Rural Livelihood Project (NERLP) (2014-15)
  a) SHGs registered with NERLP 3,959
  b) SC members in the NERLP SHGs 3,960
  c) ST members in the NERLP SHGs 14,390
  d) OBC members in the NERLP SHGs 3,707
Road and Transport, 2014-15 :-

a)

Road (PWD)
  i) National highway (km) 645
  ii) Major district road (km) 90
  iii) Other district road (km) 1,195
  iv) Village road (RD & ADC) (km) (P) 8,159
  v) IBP road (BRO) (km) (P) 726
  vi) Railway road (km) 158
  vii) Village road (PWD) (km) 9,674
  viii) State highway (km) 532
  ix) Black topped road (km) 10,011
  x) Brick soled road (km) 6,442
  xi) Earthen road (km) 4,568
  xii) RCC Bridges (Nos.) 178
  xiii) RCC slab/box culverts (Nos.) 1,544
  xiv) Bailey bridges (Nos.) 420
  xv) SPT bridges (Nos.) 75

b)

Vehicles (Transport), 2014-15 :
  i) Passenger vehicles : Busses / Mini Buses 2614
  ii) Cars 42,272
  iii) Jeep/Taxi/Van/LMV/Three Wheeler 32,800
  iv) Two Wheeler 206389
  v) Good Vehicles 26046
  vi) Others 2930
  vii) Total 313051
  viii) CNG vehicles 1691

c)

Tripura Road Transport Corporation, 2014-15 :
  i) Fleets 58
  (a) Bus 51
  (b) Truck 7
  ii) Routes operated 21
  iii) Average number of daily passenger carried 912
  iv) Quantity of goods carried (MT) 4,100
  v) Passenger traveled by Agartala to Dhaka international bus service 1,730
  vi) Passenger traveled by Dhaka to Agartala international bus service 765
  vii) Passenger traveled by Tripura helicopter service 1,056
  viii) Employees 405

d)

Tripura Urban Transport Company Ltd. 2014-15 :-
  i) Fleets 70
  ii) Routes operated 12
  iii) Average daily passenger carried 24,300
Communication, 2014-15 :-
a) BSNL Telephone exchanges 84
b) BSNL Telephone connections (only landline) 29,182
c) WLL exchanges (BTS) 57
d) WLL connections 32,152
e) STD booths 1,101
f) Broadband connections of BSNL 7,789
g) Cellular service of BSNL(prepaid & postpaid) 2,78,073
h) Cellular Towers of BSNL 419
i) Internet connections BSNL 27,215
j) Post offices 709
Banking, 2014-15 (as on 31-03-2015) :-
a) Branches of Nationalised Banks 216
b) Branches of SBI 58
c) Branches of Tripura Co-operative Bank 71
d) Branches of Tripura Gramin Bank 142
e) Bank branches in Private Sector Banks 25
f) Total deposit (Rs in crore) 17,274.85
g) Total credit (Rs in crore) 7,107.78
h) Credit – deposit ratio 41%
Small Savings, 2014-15 :-
a) Gross collection (Rs in crore) 906.95
b) Net collection (Rs. in crore) 253.89
Life Insurance, 2014-15:-
a) Policy issued 73,171
b) Sum assured (Rs in crore) 1075.2222
Education, 2014-15 (As on 30-09-2014) :-

i)

School Education:
  a) Total Schools 4,818
  b) J. B. schools 2,409
  c) S. B. Schools 1,251
  d) High schools 586
  e) H.S.(+2) schools 392
  f) Madrassa 180
  g) School teachers (all types) 47,255
  h) Primary/ Jr. Basic school teachers 10,608
  i) Male teachers 7,810
  ii) Female teachers 2,798
 

i)

Middle/ Sr. Basic school teachers 12,854
 

i)

Male teachers 9,784
  ii) Female teachers 3,070
  j) High school teachers 10,724
  i) Male teachers 7,749
  ii) Female teachers 2,975
  k) H.S. (2+) stage school teachers 13,069
  i) Male teachers 8,249
  ii) Female teachers 4,820
  l) Madhyamik examination, 2015 (P) :
  i) Students appeared 35,601
  ii) Students passed 23,641
  m) Higher Secondary (+2) examination, 2015 (P) :
  i) Students appeared 22,300
  ii) Students passed 18,079
  n) Madrassa Alim (Secondary Examination), 2015 (P)
  i) Students appeared 43
  ii) Students passed 39
  o) Madrassa Fazil H.S. (+2 stage) Arts Examination, 2015(P):
  i) Students appeared 13
  ii) Students passed 12
  p) Madrassa Fazil H.S. (+2 stage) Theology, 2015 (P):
  i) Students appeared 15
  ii) Students passed 15
  q) Drop-out rate, 2014-15 :
  i) Primary Stage (I-V) 3.62 %
  ii) Elementary Stage (I-VIII) 3.46 %
  iii) High Stage (IX – X ) 22.06%

ii)

Higher Education, 2014-15 :
  a) Universities 2
  b) General Govt. Colleges 22
  c) Engineering Colleges 2
  d) Medical Colleges 2
  e) Agriculture College 1
  f) Law College 1
  g) Music College 1
  h) Polytechnic 5
  i) Nurses Training Institutes 3
  j) Regional Pharmacy Institute 1
  k) Teachers Training College (IASE) 1
  l) Physical Education College 1
  m) Fishery College 1
  n) Art College 1
  o) Tripura Institute of Paramedical Sciences 1
  p) Bhavan’s Tripura College Science & Technology 1
  q) College of Veterinary Science & A.H. 1
  r) Bhavan’s Tripura College of Teacher Education 1
  s) Holy Cross College 1
  t) Tribal Folk Music College 1

iii)

Public Library, 2014-15 :
  a) Central library 1
  b) Branch library 24
Social Education & Social Welfare, 2014-15 :-

A.

Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)
 

A.1

ICDS Projects 56
 

A.2

Anganwadi Centres (AWCs) 9,911
  A.3.1 Total Children enrolled (6 months-6 years) in the Anganwadi Centres 3,47,563
  A.3.1.1 Children (6 months- 3 years) enrolled 1,70,828
  A.3.1.2 Children (3 years – 6 years) enrolled 1,76,735
  A.3.2 Mother enrolled in the Anganwadi Centres 83,567
  A.3.2.1 Pregnant mothers enrolled 31,982
  A.3.2.2 Nursing mothers enrolled 51,581
  A.4 Beneficiaries covered under Supplementary Nutrition Programme (SNP) in AWCs
  A.4.1 Children (6 months-6 years) covered in the Anganwadi Centres 2,99,907
  A.4.1.1 Children (6 months- 3 years) 1,47,179
  A.4.1.2 Children (3 months- 6 years) 1,52,728
  A.4.2 Mother covered in the Anganwadi Centres 76,222
  A.4.2.1 Pregnant mothers covered 29,082
  A.4.2.2 Nursing mothers covered 47,138

B

Beneficiaries sanctioned under various Social Security Schemes
  B.1 Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension 1,61,959
  B.2 Indira Gandhi National Disable Pension 3,209
  B.3 Indira Gandhi National Widow Pension 19,879
  B.4 Pension to 60% disability of BPL families 4,763
  B.5 Pension to Tripura Rickshaw of BPL families 457
  B.6 Pension to Tripura Cobbler of BPL families 60
  B.7 Tripura Incentive to Girl Childs of BPL families 34,855
  B.8 Pension to Widow & Deserted of BPL families 56,182
  B.9 Pension to Bidi Sramik of BPL families 155
  B.10 Pension to Blind & Handicapped Pension of BPL families 4,531
  B.11 Un-employment allowance for 100% Blind of BPL families 35
  B.12 Widow State Pension Scheme 1,952
  B.13 Allowance for 100% Blind of BPL families 747
  B.14 Pension to 80% & above disabled person of APL families 1,829
  B.15 Pension to Persons who lost 100% eye sight of APL families 490
  B.16 Pension to Un-married women of the age 45 yrs & above of BPL families 1,463
  B.17 Pension to Mother Shramik Pension of BPL families 391
  B.18 Pension to Laundry Workers of BPL families 289
  B.19 Pension to Barber Workers of BPL families 409
  B.20 Pension to Handloom Workers of BPL families 726
  B.21 Pension to Fishermen of BPL families 1,151
  B.22 Pension to State Old Age Pension of BPL families 8,828
  B.23 Pension to Deserted Women of APL families 2,034

C

Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS
  C.1 Juvenile Justice Board set up in the District 8
  C.2 Child Welfare Committee constituted in the District 4
  C.3 Homes for girls 4
  C.4 Homes for Boys 5
  C.5 Founding Home (Boys & Girls) 1
  C.6 Juvenile Home 2
  C.7 State Adoption Agency 9

D

Women Welfare
  D.1 Laxmibai Memorial Working Women Hostel 1
  D.2 Mahila Ashram 1
  D.3 Protective Home 1

E

Welfare for Senior Citizen
 

E.1

Mahatma Gandhi Old Age Home (male & female) 1

F

Welfare for Persons with Physically Challenged
  F.1 Institute of visually handicapped (Girls) 1
  F.2 Institute for visually handicapped (Boys) 1
  F.3 Institute for speech rehabilitation 1
  F.4 Helen Keller Disable Rest House 1
Youth Affairs & Sports, 2014-15 :-
a) Stadiums 1
b) Swimming pools (Scientific) 2
c) Coaching centres 45
d) PYKKA Training Centre (Block Panchayat + Village Panchayat) 842
e) Medal winner:
  i) National School Games
  a) Gold 6
  b) Silver 6
  c) Bronze 6
  d) Total 18
  ii) N.E. Sports Festival & other National Level Meet
  a) Gold 16
  b) Silver 17
  c) Bronze 34
  d) Total 67
  iii) National Youth Festival
  a) Gold 1
  b) Silver Nil
  c) Bronze 1
  f) Sports school 2
  g) State adventure institution 1
  h) State yoga institute 1
  i) Youth hostel 1
  j) Indoor Stadium 1
  k) Gymnasium Hall 1
  l) Multipurpose Sports Hall 7
  m) Regional College of Physical Education 1
  n) Rock, climbing centre 1
  o) State NSS Cell (DYAS) (No.) 1
  p) Cricket Stadium 1
  q) Mini Stadiums (with Gallery) 47
  r) Swimming Pools (Platform) 13
  s) Trainees in Coaching Centre 3,000
Health & Hygiene, 2014-15 :-
a) Hospitals (including Homeo/ Ayurvedic) 24
b) Primary Health Centres / Rural Hospitals 111
c) Dispensary/ Sub-centre (including Homeo/ Ayurvedic) 1,126
d) Allopathic doctors 935
e) Homeopathic doctors 49
f) Ayurvedic doctors 49
g) Dental surgeons 35
h) Nurses 1,902
i) Mid-wives 4
j) Pharmacists (Allo/Homeo/Ayur) 402
k) Hospital beds 4,774
l) Blood banks 6
m) Blood storage centre 10
n) Children age(6-35)months who are anaemic(%)(NFHS-3) 2005-06 67.9
o) Ever-married women age 15-49 who are anaemic(%)(NFHS-3) 2005-06 67.4
p) Pregnant women age 15-49 who are anaemic(%)(NFHS-3) 2005-06 57.6
q) Ever married men age 15-49 who are anaemic(%)(NFHS-3) 2005-06 39.8
r) Women who have heard of AIDS (%) (NFHS-3) 2005-06 72.8
s) Men who have heard of AIDS (%) (NFHS-3) 2005-06 89.00
Family Welfare, 2014-15 :-
a) Family welfare centres/clinic(MCH clinic) 125
b) Sterilisation cases 4,196
c) Intra Uterine Device (IUD) cases 1,102
d) Condom Contraceptive (CC) users 3,47,976
e) Oral Pill (OP) users (Cycle) 1,44,096
f) Medically Terminated Pregnancy (M.T.P.) case 3,034
g) Current use of any family planning method (%), (NFHS-3) 2005-06 65.80
h) Institutional birth (%) 86%
Information & Tourism, 2014-15 :-
a) Information –cum-facilitation centre 69
b) Loka ranjan sakhas 371
c) Readers corners 19
d) Dress banks 13
e) Tourist visited: -
  i) Indian 3,61,581
  ii) Foreigner 29,086
f) Newspapers: -
  i) Daily 23
  ii) Weekly 36
  iii) Fortnightly 1
Crime, 2014-15:-
a) Murders 137
b) Dacoities 3
c) Burglaries 198
d) Thefts 331
e) Robberies 41
f) Kidnappings (Male) 20
g) Riots 88
h) Rape 230
i) Molestation 484
j) Kidnapping (Female) 90
k) Torture 602
l) Dowry death 36
m) Others Women 91
n) Misc. crime 2, 994
Fire Accidents, 2014-15 :-
a) Fire out-breaks 1,266
b) Special calls 1,436
c) Loss of human life by fire and other accidents 42
d) Human life saved 1,465
e) Property saved (Rs. in crore) 80.00
f) Property lost (Rs. in crore) 14.00
g) Fire stations (Nos.) 37
Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council, 2014-15 :-
a) Area of TTAADC (in sq. km) 7,132.56
b) Distance between Khumulwng and Agartala (in km) 23
c) TTAADC constituencies 28
d) Members nominated by Governor 2
e) Members (c+d) 30
f) ST members (including nominated) 27
g) Non -ST members 3
h) Village Development Committees (in TTAADC area) 527
i) Revenue villages 462
j) Primary schools ( as on July 2015) 1,503
k) S.B. schools ( as on July 2015) 222
l) High schools(In ADC Area) 139
m) Higher Secondary schools (in TTAADC area) 50
n) English medium schools (in TTAADC area) 101
o) Inspector of schools 25
p) Executive Engineer (PWD) division offices 5
q) Zonal Development Offices 5
r) Sub-Zonal Development Offices 33
s) Tehsils (in ADC area) 151
t) Blocks (in ADC area) 23
u) Primary markets 195
v) Regulated markets 10
w) Industrial training centres 44
x) Degree College (in ADC area) ( as on July 2015) 4
Miscellaneous, 2013-14 :-
a) Growth Centres 37
b) Pass books issued for Ashangathita Sramik SahayikaPrakalpa 15,013

c)

Consumer Price Index Numbers (CPI):
  i) CPI for middle class employees of Agartala(Base: 1961=100), December 2014 4,940
  ii) CPI for agricultural labourers in Tripura (Base:1986-87=100), June 2015 738
  iii) CPI for industrial workers in Tripura (Base:2001=100), June 2015 223
  iv) CPI for industrial workers (All India Base): (Base:2001=100), June 2015 261
  v) CPI for rural labour in Tripura (Base: 1986-87=100), June 2015 729
  vi) Consumer Price Index Number with 2010=100(Tripura)
  a) CPI for Rural in June 2015
CPI for Urban in June 2015
CPI for Combined in June 2015
128.2
130.6
128.8

d)

Building materials cost at Agartala, 2015 (as on 31-03-2015) :
  i) Brick – first class (in Rs.) (1000 Nos.) 9,000
  ii) Sand (coarse), cum (in Rs.) (fine) 250
  iii) Stone ballast (20 mm gauge), cum (in Rs.) 3,700
  iv) Salwood beam, cum (in Rs.) 45,000
  v) Cement, (50 Kg Bag) (in Rs.) 340
  vi) Steel (m.s. round bars), mt (in Rs.) 6mm diameter 56,800
  vii) Mason (1st Class) (Rs./per day) 400
  viii) Carpenter (1st Class) (Rs./per day) 400
  ix) Un-skilled male labour (Rs./per day) 320
  x) Un-skilled female labour (Rs./per day) 320

Source :- Directorate of Economics & Statistics,Government of Tripura, Agartala,http://www.ecostat.tripura.gov.in/