2nd highest literacy rate in India

Mizoram is among the four high growth States with its economy continuously growing at high rate of more than 8% during 2013 to 2016

The state where the potential area of 101,000 ha has been identified for oil palm cultivation, has seen growth in investments with offered state incentives.

Mizoram lies in the North-Eastern part of India and shares 722 km of the international border with Myanmar and Bangladesh. Major rivers flowing through the state, such as Tlawng and Tiau, provide hydroelectric power potential of 4,500 MW that is sufficient to meet the energy requirements of the state. The state is well connected to the rest of the country with an airport in Lengpui and has an 8,500 km long road network.


Largest producer of flowers (loose) in North-East India


2nd largest producer of bamboo in North-East India


2nd largest producer of strawberry in India

Textile and Handloom

Raw silk production in Mizoram stood at 83.6 metric tonnes during FY18 and 75.0 metric tonnes during FY19 (during April-December 2018)

The sector has a high potential for exports to South-East Asian countries.


Mizoram has 24,000 ha of potential area for fish farming.

Of the 24,000 hectares of potential area for fish farming in Mizoram, around 5,468.37 hectares has been utilised, as of 2017-18. Fish production in the state reached 7,013 metric tonnes in 2017-18


Urbanisation Rate

Females/ 1000 Males

Female/Male Ratio

Male/Female Ratio


61% of Mizoram's population is in the working age group of 15-59 years.

The state's population of 1 mn is equivalent to the population of Mauritius.

Industrial Information System (IIS) Portal

GIS - based map displaying available infrastructure for setting up manufacturing operations in the state.


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