List of Districts in Sikkim 2021

List of Districts in Sikkim 2021

Sikkim is a state in northeast  India. As of 2021, there are a total of 4 districts in Sikkim

District List

#DistrictPopulation (2011)Area (km²)Density (/km²)
1East Sikkim2,83,583954297
2North Sikkim43,7094,22610
3South Sikkim1,46,850750196
4West Sikkim1,36,4351,166117

Largest & Smallest District in Sikkim by Area

North Sikkim district covering an area of 4226 km² is the largest district in Sikkim. South Sikkim District is the smallest district in Sikkim of with a total area of 750 km²

# By AreaDistrictArea
LargestNorth Sikkim4226 km²
Smallest South Sikkim 750 km2

 Source: Census 2011

Largest & Smallest District in Sikkim by Population

East Sikkim District is the most populated district in Sikkim. Its Population as per census 2011 is 2.84 Lakhs.  North Sikkim District with a population of 43709 is the least populated district in Sikkim.

# by PopulationDistrictPopulation (Census 2011)
Most PopulatedEast Sikkim283,583
LeastNorth Sikkim43709
Highest and Lowest Population Density

East Sikkim District (297 people per km) has the highest Population density in Sikkim. North Sikkim District with a population density of 10 people per km is the lowest density district in Sikkim.

# by DensityDistrictDensity (person/km)
HighestEast Sikkim297
LeastNorth Sikkim10

Source: Census 2011

Sikkim District with Highest & Lowest Literacy rate

East Sikkim district has the highest literacy rate in Sikkim. Its literacy rate is 83.85%. Shrawasti with a literacy rate of 46.7% is the least literate district in 
 
# by Literacy RateDistrictLiteracy Rate
Most LiterateEast Sikkim83.85%
LeastWest Sikkim77.39%

Source: Census 2011

Sikkim District with Highest & Lowest Male Female Ratio

West Sikkim district (942) has the highest Male-Female Sex ratio in Sikkim. North Sikkim District (767) has the lowest male-female sex ratio in Sikkim.

# by Sex RatioDistrictSex ratio
HighestWest Sikkim942 females to 1000 males
LowestNorth Sikkim767 females to 1000 males

Source: Census 2011