District Profile

WARANGAL(RURAL) DISTRICT:

Etymology:

During the Kakatiyas reign the Capital of their kingdom was named as ‘’ORUGALLU’’ or Ekashila Nagar i.e. The Fort Was built with a single compact stone and later on, it is called as ‘’Warangal’.

HISTORY:

The Warangal was the ancient capital of kakatiyas dynasty, which was ruled by many kings such as1.Beta Raja-I 2.Prola Raja-I 3. Beta Raja –II 4. Prola Raja – II 5. Rudra Deva 6. Mahadeva 7) Ganapathi Deva 8) Pratapa Rudra and 9) Rani Rurdrama Devi, who was the only woman ruler in Andhra. The Kakatiyas left many monuments including the impressive Fortress, Four massive stone gateways, big Shivate temple and big lake. They built so many Shivate temples and big lakes for irrigation. After Kakatiyas, it came in the sway of Delhi Sultanate. The Nayaka Chieftains on capturing they ruled over for few years. After demise of the Nayakas, the Warangal became part of Bahmani suitanate of Golkonda. Later, it was annexed in Moghal empire in 1687 and it became a part of Hyderabad state in 1724. Lastly, it was joined in Govt. of free India in Sept,1948 . In 1956, the District of Warangal became a part of Andhra Pradesh under the State Reorganisation Act being telugu speaking region. After separate Telangana agitation, the Telangana State was formed on 2nd June, 2014 and Warangal became part of Telangana State. Again, after Re-organisation of Districts in Telangana State , the erstwhile District “Warangal’’ has been bifurcated into five Districts. Of which, Warangal (Rural) District is formed and came into

being wef 11th October,2016

WARANGAL (RURAL) DISTRICT

The new District “Warangal (Rural)” has been formed on bifurcation from Warangal District due to reorganization of District by the Government of Telangana Vide G.O.Ms.No.232 Revenue (DA-CMRF) Dept. Dt.11.10.2016 and came into existence wef 11.10.2016 and the District Collectorate is established in Irrigation Circle Office main building situated at Nakkalagutta , Hanamkonda and is inaugurated by Sri Kadiam Srihari, Hon’ble Dy.Chief Minister of the State . The District consisted of (02) Revenue Divisions and 15 Revenue Mandals as follows.

Revenue Divisions Mandals Bifurcation from the Division

Warangal (Rural) Division- New Division Parkal Mulugu
shayampet
Atmakur Warangal
Damera(New Mandal) Warangal&Mulug
Geesugonda Warangal
Sangem
Wardhannapet
Parvathagiri
Raiparthy
Narsampet Revenue Division Narsampet
Duggondi
Nallabelli
khanapur
chennaraopet
Nekkonda Mahabubabad

Name of the Revenue Divisions and Mandals in Warangal (Rural) District

Warangal (Rural) Rayaparthy
Wardhannapet
Sangem
Parvathagiri
Geesugonda
Athmakur
Shayampet
Damera
Parkal
Narsampet Chennaraopet
Nallabelli
Duggondi
Khanapur
Nekkonda

 

DISTRICT PROFILE OF WARANGAL (RURAL)
Sl. No. Item Unit Year District
1 Geographical Area In Ha. 2015-16 209466
a Area In Sq.Kms 2094.66
b Forest Area In Ha. 2015-16 10441
c % to Total Geographical Area % 5
2 Villages / Gram Panchayats / Mandals / Mandal Praja Parishads:
a Revenue Divisions Nos. As per G.O. 2
b Revenue Villages Nos. As per G.O. 225
c Revenue Villages Nos. As per Agrl. Census 229
d Gram Panchayats Nos. 269
e Revenue Mandals Nos. As per G.O. 15
f Mandal Praja Parishads Nos.
g ZPTCs Nos. 14
3 Population (as per 2011 Census):
a Total Population Nos. 7,18,537
b Male Nos. 3,60,315
c Female Nos. 3,58,222
d Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males) Ratio 994
e Rural Population Nos. 6,87,574
f Urban Population Nos. 30,963
g % Rural to Total Population % 95.7
h % Urban to Total Population % 4.3
i Households Nos. 187525
j Household Size Nos. 4
k Density of Population No. per sq.kms. 350
4 Child Population (0 – 6 Years ):
a Total Nos. 67,134
b Male Nos. 35,279
c Female Nos. 31,855
5 Literates:(as per 2011 Census)
a Total Nos. 3,43,790
b Male Nos. 2,01,544
c Female Nos. 1,53,378
6 Literacy Rate: (As per 2011) India State District
a Total 73.0 66.5 47.9
b Male 80.9 75.0 55.9
c Female 64.6 58.0 42.8
7 Scheduled Castes Population: (2011 Census)
% 17.9
a Total Nos. 1,28,568
b Male Nos. 64,033
c Female Nos. 64,535
8 Scheduled Tribes Population: (2011 Census)
% 14.7
a Total Population Nos. 1,05,300
b Male Nos. 53,901
c Female Nos. 51,399
9 Workers: (2011 Census)
a Total Workers Nos. 3,49,841
b Main Workers Nos. 3,17,224
c Marginal Workers Nos. 59,388
10 Rainfall (as on 27-10-2016):
a Normal Rainfall mms. 913.4
b Actual Rainfall mms. 1126.9
c Deviation % 23.6%
11 Agriculture:
11.i Land Holdings ( As per WAC 2010-11)
No Area
(in Acres)
%
No. & Area
a Total 188890 387629
b Marginal (Below 1.00 Ha) 138108 139457 73 36
c Small (1.00 Ha to 2.00Ha) 35510 121365 19 31
d Semi medium (2.00 Ha to 5.00 Ha) 12035 78009 6 20
e Medium (5.00 Ha to 10.00 Ha) 3027 40437 2 11
f Large (Above 10.00 Ha) 210 8360 0 2
11.ii Cropped Area ( Rabi 2015-16)
Area %
a Gross Cropped Area Ha. 172463
b Net Cropped Area Ha. 138505
c Gross Irrigated Area Ha. 134638 78
d Net Irrigated Area Ha. 102098 74
11.iii Area under ( Rabi 2015-16)
a Cotton Ha. 74,115
b Rice Ha. 43,731
c Maize Ha. 25,621
d Groundnut Ha. 5,756
e Chillies Ha. 5,182
f Green gram Ha. 622
g Red gram Ha. 506
h Bengal gram Ha. 300
i Onion Ha. 150
j Jowar Ha. 142
k Black gram Ha. 91
L Sunflower Ha. 2
12 Livestock Population (As per 2012 Census)
a Total Livestock Population (without dogs) as per DE & S Nos. 33,66,697
b Cattle Nos. 1,02,844
c Buffaloes Nos. 1,27,763
d Sheep Nos. 4,48,435
e Goat Nos. 78,914
f Others Nos. 26,014
g Poultry Nos. 11,63,212
12i Veterinary facilities (As per 2012 Census)
a Veterinary Hospitals Nos. 3
b Veterinary Dispensaries Nos. 26
c Rural Live Stock Units Nos. 35
13 Health (2016-17)
a Community Healt & Nutrition Clusters Nos. 3
b Community Health Centres Nos. 3
c 21 x 7 Round the Clock PHCs Nos. 6
d Primary Health Centres Nos. 17
e P.P.P. Units Nos. 2
f AYUSH Dispenseries Nos. 21
g Total No. of Beds Nos. 212
h Sub Centers Nos. 145
i 108 Ambulence’s Nos. 9
j 104 Service’s Nos. 3
India State District
(as per Reports)
k Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) per 1000 Live Births (as per SRS Bulletin July,2016) 39 35 10.38
l Maternal Mortality Rate(MMR) per 1 Lakh Live Births (as per SRS 2011-13) 167 92 75.90
m Total Fertility Rate Per Women in Reproductive Age in % (as per SRS 2011-13) 2.3 1.8 1.78
n No. of Beds Nos. 2016-17 212
14 Education ( 2016-17)
14.i School Education P.S. U.P.S. H.S
a State Govt. 1 2 2
b Local Body 454 73 132
c Pvt. Aided 4 2 2
d KGBV 0 0 12
e TMS 0 0 6
f Private 19 62 112
TOTAL 478 139 266
g TW Dept. 12 1 2
h SW Dept. 0 0 4
i TGREI Dept. 0 0 1
j BCW Dept. 0 0 1
k Un-Recognised 0 5 1
l Madarsas 3 0 0
Grand Total 493 145 275
14.ii Students enrolled ( 2016-17) P.S. U.P.S. H.S
a State Govt. 0 155 277
b Local Body 20434 5263 20,457
c Pvt. Aided 134 181 160
d KGBV 0 0 2,328
e TMS 0 0 2,369
f Private 1797 8742 34,041
TOTAL 22365 14341 59632
g TW Dept. 156 62 873
h SW Dept. 0 0 1909
i TGREI Dept. 0 0 402
j BCW Dept. 0 0 531
k Un-Recognised 0 562 53
l Madarsas 139 0 0
Grand Total 22660 14965 63400
14iii INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION Govt. Pvt. Total
a Junior Colleges 11 29 40
b Students Enrolled 1840 1840
15 PR Roads (Year 2016-17)
a B.T Kms. 733.24
b WBM Kms. 619.29
c Gravel` Kms. 910.69
d CC Kms. 73.84
16 R & B (Year 2016-17)
a National Highways Kms. 107.70
b Major Districts Roads Kms. 465.39
17 TSRTC (Year 2016-17)
a Bus Depots Nos. 2
b RTC Buss Nos. 178
c Route length Kms. 77400
18 TRANSCO (Year 2016-17)
a Domestic connections Nos. 1,50,416
b Industrial Connections Nos. 2,007
c Agriculture Connections Nos. 70,492
d Commercial Connections Nos. 11,676
e Others Nos. 2,883
f 33/11 KV Sub Stations Nos. 55
g 132/33 KV Sub Stations Nos. 4
h 220/132 KV Sub Stations Nos. 2
19 Welfare Dept. (Year 2016-17)
19i Pensions:
a OAP Nos. 42,193
b Widow Nos. 34,250
c Disabled Nos. 12,975
d ABH Nos. 6,464
e Toddy Tappers Nos. 3,238
f Beedi Workers Nos. 1,733
g Weavers Nos. 1,547
19ii MGNREGS (Year 2016-17)
a Job Cards Issued ( Since Inception) Nos. 1,86,461
b Inividuals in Job Cards (Since Inception) Nos. 4,53,094
19iii Wage Employement Provided (2016-17)
a House Holds Nos. 72,548
b Labour Nos. 1,26,183
19 iv HOSTELS
BC Hostels (2016-17)
a Boys Nos. 16
b Girls Nos. 5
Students enrolled (2016-17)
c Boys Nos. 1294
d Girls Nos. 393
SC Hostels (2016-17)
a Boys Nos. 17
b Girls Nos. 5
Students enrolled (2016-17)
c Boys Nos. 773
d Girls Nos. 68
Tribal Hostels (2016-17)
a Boys Nos. 6
b Girls Nos. 1
Students enrolled (2016-17)
d Boys Nos. 736
e Girls Nos. 710
20 ICDS (District Welfare) Dept. (2016-17)
a Projects Nos. 3
b Anganwadi Centers Nos. 908
c Children Enrolled Nos. 33,360
d Anganwadi Workers Nos. 919
e Helpers Nos. 843
21 Banks (2016-17)
a Nationalised Banks Nos. 22
b State Bank and its Associates Nos. 15
c Private Nos. 11
d Foreign Nos. 0
e Regional Rural Nos. 13
22 Telephone Dept. (2016-17)
a Exchanges Nos. 23
b Telephone Connections Nos. 1518
c Public Telephones Nos. 96
23 Civil Supplies ( DCSO) Dept. (2016-17)
a Fair Price Shops Nos. 464
b AAY/AFSC Cards Nos. 12,238
c Annapurna Nos. 14
d White/FSC Cards Nos. 2,07,459
24 Forest Dept. (2016-17)
a Reserved Forest Kms. 140.36
b Social Forest Kms. 173
c Block Forest Kms. 252.5
25 RWS & S Dept. (2016-17)
a Hand Pumps Nos. 5,418
b PWS Nos. 731
c CPWS Nos. 214
d Individual Sanitary Latrines
(Covered HHs)
Nos. 34,366
26 Irrigation (2016-17)
a Tanks Nos. 871
b MI Tanks(Covered under Mission Kakatiya) Nos. 428
c Lifts Nos. 5
27 Projected Population:
a Decennial Growth Rate % 2001-2010 8.23
b Annual Compound Growth Rate % 2001-2010 0.79
c Population Nos. 2011 7,18,537
d Projected Population Nos. 2016 7,47,370
28 Samagra Kutumba Survey (SKS) – 2014
28i House Holds
a Total Nos. 2,51,903
b Sc Nos. 44,428
c ST Nos. 34,524
d BC Nos. 1,40,612
e OC Nos. 22,310
f Minorties Nos. 10,029
28ii Population
a Total Nos. 8,07,151
b Sc Nos. 1,45,948
c ST Nos. 1,15,253
d BC Nos. 4,44,909
e OC Nos. 67,350
f Minorties Nos. 33,691