Vairengte is a town in the Kolasib district of Mizoram state, India. It is located about
130 km from the state capital Aizawl and located in the borber of Mizoram State and Assam State.
As of 2011 India census, Vairengte The total population in Vairengte city/town is 10,554 as
per the survey of census during 2011 by Indian Government.
There are 1,931 House Holds in Vairengte. There are 5,649 males; There are 4,905 females.
Vairengte Sex Ratio :
While the population is 10,554, there are 5,649 males and 4,905 females are there. Further
the children below 6 years of age are 1,441 of which 716 are males and 725 are females.
Vairengte Scheduled cast and Tribes Total Scheduled Cast are 26. Total Scheduled Tribe are
Vairengte Literacy Rate :
Literates are 8,633 of which males are 4,698 and Females are 3,935. There are 1,921
Illiterates. Vairengte Workers Population Workers in the State of Vairengte are calculated
as 4,651 of which 3,312 are males and 1,339 are females. Further 3,658 are regular and 993
are Irregular i.e. get jobs only few days in a month. There are 5,903 Non Workers (include
students, housewives, and children above 6 years also.)
There are two Daily Newspapers in Vairengte :
1. Vairengte Aw
Educational Insitutions :
Govt. Vairengte PS-I
Govt. Vairengte PS-II
Govt. Vairengte PS-III
Govt. Vairengte PS-IV
Govt. Vairengte PS-V
Govt. Vairengte PS-VI
Govt. Vairengte PS-VII
Govt. Vairengte PS-VIII
State Veng UPS
IOC Veng UPS
Govt. Middle School - I
Govt. Middle School - II
Govt. Middle School - III
Govt. Vairengte High School
Vairengte High School-II
RMSA High School
Vairengte Hr. Sec. School
Presbyterian English School (Pvt)
ZD English School (Pvt)
St. Hebry School (Pvt)
Army School Vairengte
Counterinsurgency and Jungle Warfare School (CIJWS) is a training and research
establishment of the Indian Army specialising in unconventional warfare, especially
counter-insurgency and guerrilla warfare. CIJW is one of the premier counter-insurgency
training institutions in the world.
State Bank Of India
Vairengte is connected by road, railways and air to the rest of the country.
Tele Communications :