Chumukedima is a census town and in the Dimapur locale, in the territory of Nagaland, India. It is at a separation of 14 km from Dimapur on National Highway 39. Situated in the lower regions of Naga Hills, it filled in as the principal central station of the then Naga Hills District of Assam amid the season of British control in mid nineteenth century. The Tourist Village on the highest point of a slope extends a 10,000 foot see the entire of Dimapur and different parts of Karbi-Anglong of Assam. Cascades are additionally situated around there.
Chumukedima had a populace of 16,510. Guys establish 52% of the populace and females 48%. Chumukedima has a normal proficiency rate of 69%, higher than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 73% and, female education is 65%. In Chumukedima, 17% of the populace is under 6 years old. Chumukedima is one of the fastest growing towns in Nagaland. Truth be told, it frames some portion of the Dimapur-Chumoukedima urban territory which is the biggest and the quickest developing urban center of Nagaland. The town's populace has developed by almost five times over the most recent two decades.