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About Mizoram: Industries, Economy, Exports, Tourism, Agriculture, Climate, Geography

Latest update: January, 2016

Economic Snapshot: GSDP of Mizoram

Mizoram's gross state domestic product (GSDP) was US$ 1.8 billion over 2014-15.

Economic Snapshot: GSDP of Meghalaya

Economic Snapshot: NSDP of Mizoram

Mizoram's net state domestic product (NSDP) was US$ 1.6 billion over 2014-15.

Break up of outstanding investments in Meghalaya


  • Capital:Aizawl
  • Geographical Area (sq km):21,087
  • State Language:Mizo and English
  • Literacy Rate:91.85 per cent
  • Key Industries:Bamboo, energy, sericulture agriculture and horticulture, tourism, food processing, IT and medicinal plants

Last Updated: January, 2016

MIZORAM State Report | November, 2015

Mizoram is one of the seven states in the North-East of India. Mizoram shares its borders with other north-eastern states of Manipur, Tripura and Assam, and neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

Industries in the state enjoy a unique location-specific advantage. Bordering Myanmar and Bangladesh, Mizoram offers a gateway for engaging in international trade with Southeast Asian countries. With improving road, rail and air connectivity and the establishment of trade routes with neighbouring countries, trade facilitation has improved over the last decade.

With 31 per cent (6,446 sq km) of its geographical area covered by bamboo forests, the state is one of the leading producers of bamboo in India, contributing 14 per cent to the country's bamboo stock. It offers immense potential for commercial exploitation of the natural resources for export-oriented industries.

The climatic conditions in the state provide a conducive breeding ground for commercial exploitation of all kinds of silkworms. Sericulture remains one of the state's key industries. As of March 2015, about 7,000 families in 175 villages were engaged in sericulture across 4,300 hectares.

Mizoram has abundant hydro-electric power potential (around 4,500 MW) with just 0.7 per cent harnessed through small and mini-hydel projects to date.

With a literacy rate of 91.85 per cent, Mizoram offers a highly literate workforce. Knowledge of English is an added advantage for the Mizo workforce.

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