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Telangana is bifurcated from Andhra Pradesh and have rearranged their boundaries to form few more districts in order to provide good governance. Here is the list of new districts. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Telangana New Districts


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Telangana New Districts
ABOUT TELANGANA NEW DISTRICTS REORGANISATION Earl
ier, Telangana districts were 10, but after the
bifurcation from AP, the Telangana government
thought of forming new districts for better
management of the state. Government, therefore,
took up the task of Districts reformation except
for Hyderabad, for the finer management of the
areas constituted therein as per the Telangana
District Formation Rules, 2016. For the purpose,
the TS government has put forward the concept of
new districts before the parliament meeting.
Many opposition parties opposed the initiation,
but after a long struggle and clear explanation
by the CM on the intent behind the formation of
New Districts and after much speculation, the
government has eventually approved the Telangana
New Districts. A cabinet subcommittee submitted
a preliminary report with proposals of Telangana
new districts, thereby increasing the existing
number of districts. The Telangana new districts
have been finalized to 21. This will take the
total number of districts in the countrys
youngest state to 31. The intent behind the
formation of Telangana new districts is that
smaller districts are easy to administer and
ensure complete benefits are reached out to the
people.
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  • Now, each Telangana new districts will constitute
    approximately 3 lakh families. These small
    families can be effectively managed, and
    resources can be widespread and beneficiary
    schemes can be readily identified.
  • Every 'district' is headed by a District
    collector, of Indian Administrative Service.
    Below we have provided newly formed 31 Telangana
    Districts Names lists with Revenue Divisions.
  • Total Telangana Districts, earlier...
  • The Old districts are
  • Adilabad
  • Hyderabad
  • Karimnagar
  • Khammam
  • Mahabubnagar
  • Medak
  • Nalgonda
  • Nizamabad
  • Ranga Reddy
  • Warangal.
  • The Telangana New districts are

Revenue Division Kothagudem, Bhadrachalam Area
7,483 sq.km Population 1,069,261 No. of
Mandals 23 Literacy 66.40 Tourism Khammam,
Bhadrachalam, Jamalapuram, Nelakondapalli
Kinnerasani Dam, Kusumanchi,
2. HANAMKONDA (Warangal Rural) Revenue Division
Warangal (Rural), Narsampet Area 2,175 sq.km
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  • Population 718,537 No. of Mandals 15
    Literacy 61.26
  • Tourism Siddeshwara Temple, Thousand Pillar
    Temple, Kakatiya Musical Garden
  • JAGITIAL
  • Revenue Division Jagtial, Mettupalli Area
    2,419 sq.km
  • Population 985,417 No. of Mandals 18
    Literacy 60.26
  • Tourism The famous tourist spots include
    Ramagiri Qila, Ramuni Gundalu, and Sabbitham
    Waterfalls.
  • JANGAON
  • Revenue Division Jangaon, Station Ghanpur Area
    2,188 sq.km
  • Population 566,376 No. of Mandals 13
    Literacy 61.44
  • Tourism Krishna Kala, Swarna Kala Mandir
  • ACHARYA JAYASHANKAR
  • Revenue Division Bhupalpally, Mulugu Area
    6,175 sq.km
  • Population 711,434 No. of Mandals 20
    Literacy 60.33

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  • No. of Mandals 12
  • Literacy 49.87
  • Tourism Vishwa Brahma Temple, Archeology
    Museum, Kudala Sangameswara Temple.
  • KAMAREDDY
  • Revenue Division Bodhan, Kamareddy, Banswada,
    Yellareddy Area 3,652 sq.km
  • Population 972,625 No. of Mandals 22
    Literacy 56.51
  • Tourism Sarampally lake, Chandhi mata alayam
    temple, Sri krishna temple
  • KOMARAM BHEEM
  • Revenue Division Bhainsa, Asifabad Area
    4,878 sq.km
  • Population 515,812 No. of Mandals 15
    Literacy 56.72
  • Tourism Komaram Bheem's Birth Place Jodeghat
    Village.
  • MAHABUBABAD
  • Revenue Division Mahabubabad, Thorrur Area
    2,877 sq.km

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  • Tourism This district is a weekend attraction
    for many with rich in lushing greenery, and
    pilgrim spots like Keesara Gutta and other
    various recreational resorts.
  • MANCHERIAL
  • Revenue Division Uturu, Mancherial Area
    4,016 sq.km
  • Population 807,037 No. of Mandals 18
    Literacy 64.35
  • Tourism This district covers thick forest under
    the Kawal Tiger Reserve. Other famous temples
    are the noted pilgrim centres here.
  • NAGARKURNOOL
  • Revenue Division Nagarkurnool, Kalwakurthy,
    Achampet Area 6,924 sq.km
  • Population 861,766 No. of Mandals 20
    Literacy 54.38
  • Tourism Sri Jetprole Group of Temples, Mallela
    Theertham.
  • NIRMAL
  • Revenue Division Nirmal Area 3,845 sq.km
    Population 709,418
  • No. of Mandals 19
  • Literacy 57.77

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  • Literacy 65.52
  • Tourism Sabhitam Waterfall, Ramagiri Khilla
  • RAJANNA
  • Revenue Division Sircilla Area 2,019 sq.km
    Population 552,037
  • No. of Mandals 13
  • Literacy 62.71
  • Tourism Dubba Rajanna Temple, Siricilla Textile
    Park
  • SANGAREDDY
  • Revenue Division Sangareddy, Zahirabad,
    Narayankedh Area 4,403 sq.km
  • Population 1,527,628 No. of Mandals 26
    Literacy 64.08
  • Tourism Manjeera Barrage, MasjideSiraj.
  • SIDDIPET
  • Revenue Division Siddipet, Gajwel Area 3,632
    sq.km

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  • VIKARABAD
  • Revenue Division Vikarabad, Tandur Area
    3,386 sq.km
  • Population 927,140 No. of Mandals 18
    Literacy 57.91
  • Tourism Ananthagiri hills is one of the most
    attractive tourist spots of Vikarabad.
  • WANAPARTHY
  • Revenue Division Wanaparty Area 2,152 sq.km
    Population 577,758
  • No. of Mandals 14 Literacy 55.67
  • Tourism Wanaparthy Samthanam Palace,
    Agasthyeswara Swamy temple.
  • YADADRI
  • Revenue Division Bhuvanagiri, Choutuppal Area
    3,092 sq.km
  • Population 739,448 No. of Mandals 16
    Literacy 65.53
  • Tourism Yadgirigutta, Bhongiri Fort, Kolanpaka
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