Mizoram

Bamboo Cultivation Covers 31% of the State’s Geographical Area

2nd highest literacy rate in India Mizoram is primarily an agrarian state, where some of the major horticulture crops grown include oranges, banana, pineapple and cabbage. The state where 101,000 ha of land is available 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 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 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.