Vawiin news pahnih ka dawng –
Mizoram, which has a population of around 10 lakh, has more than six lakh mobile phone users as of February 2011 against over 5.5 lakh in February 2010.
With the communication revolution having reached the remotest corners of the state, mobile phone connections increased by 6.98 per cent from 6,01,189 to 5,61,917 during the past one year, the latest Economic Survey tabled in the Assembly by Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla on Tuesday said.
The expenses of consumers on cellphones in the state would be at least Rs six crore per month, assuming that each consumer paid Rs 100 per month, state government sources said. Among the six mobile service providers, Airtel has the largest number of subscribers at 2,30,000 followed by BSNL with 1,32,436, the economic survey said.
Hemi awmzia chu mi 5 tin in mobile 3 an in tawm tihna a nih hi. India rama “per capita” ah highest mobile user chu kan ni thei mai a ngem?
Tunah news no.2 – Census 2011 a Literacy rate chungchang:
Vawiin a an chhuah Census 2011 report (provisional data chauh – a la confirm lo tihna) a a lan dan chuan literacy rate ah Mizoram chu State zingah pahnihna kan la ni zel e. Kerala chu kan la lehpel thei lo a nih hi.
1. Kerala: 93.91%
2. Lakshadweep (UT): 92.28%
3. Mizoram: 91.58%
Heith lai hian Mizoram a district Serchhip (98.76%) leh Aizawl (98.50%) chu India ram a district literacy rate sang ber pahnih an ni e!
Kerala with 93.91% continues to occupy the top position among states in the field of literacy while Mizoram’s Serchhip (98.76%) and Aizawl (98.50%) recorded highest literacy rates among districts.
Lakshadweep followed Kerala with a literacy level of 92.28%, while Bihar remained at the bottom of the ladder with a literacy rate of 63.82% followed by Arunachal Pradesh at 66.95%.
BONUS: Hei pawh hi ka hai chhuak, The Hindu: Census 2011 report (Provisional Population Totals) – PDF format.
Lo en ve mai mai ru in duh chuan.
- Census 2011 final report
- Statistics versus Reality
- Mizoram State Ranking
- Hi-Tech institute of Mobile Technology
- TV neih hnem lamah pung chak ber Mizoram