|District of Arunachal Pradesh|
|• Total||4,662 km2 (1,800 sq mi)|
|• Total||147,951 (2,011)|
|• Sex ratio||914|
Changlang district (Pron:/tʃæŋˈlæŋ/) is located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, located south of Lohit district and north of Tirap district. As of 2011 it is the second most populous district of Arunachal Pradesh (out of 16), after Papum Pare.
It falls in a region that receives high rainfall. The region is rich in wildlife with different kind of floura and founa. The district has both plains and highlands. Most of the plains are in the valley of Dihing. The area is prone to occasional floods.
National protected area
There are 5 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly constituencies located in this district: Bordumsa, Miao, Nampong, Changlang South and Changlang North. All of these are part of Arunachal East Lok Sabha constituency.
The Changlang district has four Sub-Divisions namely Changlang, Miao, Jairampur and Bordumsa.
Total, there are thirteen Circles, four Blocks and four Subdivisions in Changlang district.
There are two municipalities Changlang (6,469 people) and Jairampur (5,919 people) The administrative setup is based on single line administration which aims to keep close co-operation amongst various developmental departments with the district administration and thus, to work together for the speedy development of the area. The district has four Sub-Divisions and a total of 12 circles as shown in Table 2.1 below. The Deputy Commissioner being the overall in-charge of the district administration maintains law and order with the help of administrative officers and police forces. Moreover, the villagers have their own customary administrative systems in the form of traditional village councils consisting of the Gaon Buras and members.
There is no good road transport in the region. The people are commuting on the roads that Oil India Limited build some decades back.
According to the 2011 census Changlang district has a population of 147,951, roughly equal to the nation of Saint Lucia. This gives it a ranking of 598th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 32 inhabitants per square kilometre (83 /sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001–2011 was 17.96%. Changlang has a sex ratio of 914 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 61.9%.
Flora and fauna
The Namdapha Tiger reserve is located in Miao town of this district.
Although the region is one of the most populous in Arunachal Pradesh, there are hardly any hospitals. It is a great challenge to travel to good hospitals in Assam.
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