List of cities in the North East and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands by population

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This is a list of urban agglomerations and cities (those not included in the Urban Agglomerations), with a population above 100,000 as per 2011 census in the Indian states of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands:[1]

List of cities by population[edit]

Sr. No. Name State Type* Population 2011 Male Female Population
below 5 yrs
Literacy Rate
1 Guwahati Assam UA 968,549 505,542 463,007 43,537 91.12
2 Agartala Tripura City 399,688 199,616 200,072 33,635 93.88
3 Shillong Meghalaya UA 354,325 176,591 177,734 40,494 91.50
4 Aizawl Mizoram City 291,822 143,803 148,019 35,147 98.80
5 Imphal Manipur UA 264,986 170,076 145,742 29,548 87.22
6 Silchar Assam UA 228,985 115,443 113,542 21,841 91.05
7 Bongaigaon Assam UA 174,810 56,032 53,778 24,953 93.17
8 Dibrugarh Assam UA 154,019 79,743 74,276 13,303 89.75
9 Jorhat Assam UA 153,249 79,348 73,901 13,757 91.18
10 Nagaon Assam UA 147,137 74,824 73,313 15,117 90.82
11 Tinsukia Assam UA 125,637 67,063 58,574 11,890 91.92
12 Dimapur Nagaland City 123,377 65,017 58,760 14,438 97.48
13 Port Blair Andaman and Nicobar Islands City 100,608 53,247 47,361 9,358 89.76
14 Tezpur Assam UA 100,477 52,635 47,842 9,497 89.12
* UA=Urban Agglomeration

Urban Agglomeration[edit]

In the census of India 2011, an Urban Agglomeration has been defined as follows:[2]

“An urban agglomeration is a continuous urban spread constituting a town and its adjoining outgrowths (OGs), or two or more physically contiguous towns together with or without outgrowths of such towns. An Urban Agglomeration must consist of at least a statutory town and its total population (i.e. all the constituents put together) should not be less than 20,000 as per the 2001 Census. In varying local conditions, there were similar other combinations which have been treated as urban agglomerations satisfying the basic condition of contiguity.”

Constituents of Urban Agglomerations in the North-East[edit]

The constituents of Urban Agglomerations in the North-East, with a population of 1 lakh or above, are noted below:[3]

  • Guwahati Urban Agglomeration includes Guwahati (M Corp.) and Narengi (OG).
  • Silchar Urban Agglomeration includes Silchar (MB), Silchar XI (OG), Tarapur VIII (OG), Tarapur VII (CT), Kanakpur I (CT), Ambicapur Part-X (CT), Silchar Part-X (CT), Uttar Krishnapur Part-I (CT) and Kanakpur Part-II (CT).
  • Jorhat Urban Agglomeration (UA)includes Jorhat (MB), Chengeli Gaon (OG), Gohain Tekela Gaon (OG), Duliagaon (OG), Cinnamara Grant (OG), Toklai Cha Bagicha (OG), Sarbaibandha (OG), Chowdang No.1 (OG), Bohotia Gaon (OG), Sonari Gaon (OG), Kamalabaria Gaon (OG), Nakari Bamun Gaon (OG), Barbheta Chapari (OG), Kamalabaria N.C.(CT), Kumar kaibarta Gaon (CT) and Chekonidhara (CT).
  • Tinsukia Urban Agglomeration (UA) includes Tinsukia (MB), Lahari Kachari Gaon (OG), Hengaluguri Gaon (OG), Bajatoli Gaon (OG), Hijuguri Gaon (OG), Tinsukia Town 24 No. Sheet (OG) - Ward No. 20, Kachujan Gaon (CT) and Bahbari gaon (CT).
  • Tezpur Urban Agglomeration includes Tezpur MB, Bamun Chuburi Gaon (OG), Dekar Gaon (OG), Prabatia Gaon (OG), Hazarpar Dekar Gaon (OG), Deuri Gaon (OG), Barika Chuburi (CT), Majgaon (CT) and Gutlong Gaon (CT).
  • Imphal Urban Agglomeration includes Lilong (Thoubal) (NP), Lilong (Imphal West) (Core Town) (NP), Langthabal Kunja (OG), Langthabal Mantrikhong (Part) (OG), Naorem Leikai (OG), Imphal (M Cl), Bijoigovinda (OG), Oinam Thingel (OG), Porompat Plan Area (OG), Kongkham Leikai(OG) (part), Lamshang (Core Town) (NP), Lamjaotongba (CT), Langjing (CT), Naoria Pakhanglakpa (CT), Takyel Mapal (CT), Sagolband (Part) (CT), Porompat (CT), Torban (Kshetri Leikai) (CT), Khongman (CT), Laipham Siphai (CT), Lairikyengbam Leikai (CT), Khurai Sajor Leikai (CT), Chingangbam Leikai (CT), Thongju (CT) and Kiyamgei (CT)
  • Shillong Urban Agglomeration includes Shillong Cantonment (CB), Shillong Municipality (M), Mawlai (CT), Pynthorumkhrah (CT), Nongmynsong (CT), Mawpat (CT), Umpling (CT), Nongthymmai (CT), Madanrting (CT), Nongkseh (CT), Umlyngka (CT) and Lawsohtun (CT).
Abbreviations: M Corp. = Municipal corporation, M= Municipality, M Cl = Municipal Council , MC = Municipal Committee, MB = Municipal Board, CT = Census town, OG= Out Growth, CB = Cantonment Board, NT = Notified Town

Urban Agglomeration constituents[edit]

Urban Agglomerations constituents with a population above 100,000 as per 2011 census are shown in the table below.[4]

Urban Agglomeration Name of Constituent State Type Population 2011 Male Female Population
below 5 yrs
Literacy Rate
Guwahati Guwahati Assam M Corp. 963,429 502,255 461,174 86,806 91.11
Silchar Silchar Assam MB 172,709 86,812 85,897 15,467 91.74
Dibrugarh Dibrugarh Assam MB 138,661 72,044 66,617 11,862 89.77
Nagaon Nagaon Assam MB 116,355 59,021 57,334 11,388 94.43
Imphal Imphal Manipur M Cl 264,968 128,931 136,055 25,877 91.70
Shillong Shillong Meghalaya M 143,007 70,028 72,979 13,792 92.34

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Urban Agglomerations/Cities having population 1 lakh and above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  2. ^ "Urban Agglomerations and Cities". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  3. ^ "Constituents of urban Agglomerations Having Population 1 Lakh & above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  4. ^ "Cities having population 1 lakh and above". Provisional Population Totals, Census of India 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-16.