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Land
Area (sq.km):38,394
Dzongkhags (districts):20
Dungkhags:15
Geogs(Blocks): 205
Currency:Ngultrum
National Language:Dzongkha
Capital:Thimphu

Population (2011)
Population: 708, 265
Male: 369, 476
Female: 338, 789
Age Composition (%) / Figure
0-14: 214, 828
15-64: 459, 678
65+ 33, 759
Child dependency ratio:46.7
Old age dependency ratio:7.3
Population Density (person/sq.km): 18.4
Median Age(years):23.7
Index of Aging:15.7

Health (2010)
Doctors: 187
Hospitals:31
BHUs: 181
Indigenous Hospitals:38
Safe Drinking Water (%):83.0
Health Coverage (%):90

Education (2011)
Private Schools:27
Community Schools: 266
Primary Schools: 91
Lower Secondary Schools: 93
Middle Secondary Schools:57
Higher Secondary Schools: 44
Institutions: 28

Agriculture (2011)
RNR Extension Centres:139
Livestock Extension Centres:51
Agriculture Extension Centres: 40
Agriculture Seed Production Farms:11
Fram Mechanization Centres:3
Veteriany Hospital:20
Livestock Farms: 12

Industries (2010)
Production & Manufacturing: 1, 777
Services: 19, 231
Contract: 11, 352
All Sectors: 32, 360

Transport & Communications (2010)
All Roads (km): 8, 366.2
Bridges: 274
Registered Vechiles: 54, 123
Telephone Connections: 26, 361
Postal Infrastructure: 114

Energy (2010)
Towns Electrified: 71
Village Electrified: 1,998
Consumers ('000): 95.5
Electricity generated (MU): 6,997.9

Source: National Statstical Bureau (NSB)
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