Nagaland, a state of India, has eleven administrative districts.

A district of an Indian state is an administrative geographical unit, headed by a district magistrate or a deputy commissioner, an officer belonging to the Indian Administrative Service. The district magistrate or the deputy commissioner is assisted by a number of officials belonging to different wings of the administrative services of the state.

A superintendent of Police, an officer belonging to Indian Police Service is entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining law and order and related issues.

District map of Nagaland

The eleven districts of Nagaland state are:

  1. Dimapur
  2. Kiphire
  3. Kohima
  4. Longleng
  5. Mokokchung
  6. Mon
  7. Peren
  8. Phek
  9. Tuensang
  10. Wokha
  11. Zunheboto


Earlier, Nagaland state had eight districts:

  1. Dimapur
  2. Kohima
  3. Mokokchung
  4. Mon
  5. Phek
  6. Tuensang
  7. Wokha
  8. Zunheboto

Recently, three more districts were added:

  1. Kiphire
  2. Longleng
  3. Peren

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