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ANDHRA PRADESH

CAPITAL REGION DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

FACTS &
FIGURES
EDITION NO: 2
STATUS: 05/2017
Message from
Sri N. Chandrababu Naidu
Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh

I am extremely confident of making Amaravati,


the new capital of AP, a world-class city and
the No. 1 capital in India and I appreciate all
the efforts put in by APCRDA in that direction.
This Fact Book is one such effort and I am sure
this will be a good reference point for the policy
makers and economists.

Message from
Dr. P. Narayana
Hon’ble Minister for Municipal
Administration & Urban Development,
Urban Water Supply and Urban Planning

Under the guidance of our Hon’ble Chief Minister


Sri N Chandrababu Naidu, APCRDA has initiated
this fact book and has meticulously covered the
entire Capital Region indices into one handbook
for ready reference.
Message from
Sri Dinesh Kumar IAS,
Chief Secretary to Govt. of Andhra Pradesh
& Member Secretary, APSDPS

I congratulate the entire CRDA team for a commendable job in putting


together such a vast data into a book. This is a big reassurance that
we have an excellent team that is working towards making the vision
of our Honourable Chief Minister into a reality. This exhaustive fact
book is another milestone in the creation of Amaravati, the people’s
capital.

Message from
Sri Ajay Jain IAS,
Secretary to Government of Andhra Pradesh
I congratulate the entire team of APCRDA in making this fact book
a reality and I am sure that this will be a useful tool in the hands of
investors, industrialists and opinion makers. This is yet another
reflection of our Hon’ble Chief Minister’s vision towards this Capital city

Message from
Dr. Sreedhar Cherukuri IAS,
Commissioner, APCRDA
This Fact book a first of its kind initiative from
APCRDA tracks down the History of our capital
region from a pre BC era, demographics, socio
economic indicators, population, agriculture,
industrial production, per capita and so on. I
personally thank TEAM APCRDA for all their
efforts in sourcing data and presenting them in a
meaningful form such that it can be of use. I am
confident that initiatives like these will set us apart
and will help us in building Amaravati, as a world
class capital city.

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INDEX
1. HISTORY 6
2. GOVERNMENT
A. At a glance 12
B. Timelines of APCRDA & ULBs 18
C. Elected public representatives in Capital Region 19
D. Courts 21
E. Police 22
3. GEOGRAPHY
A. Climate 24
B. Topography 30
C. Location 30
D. Land use 31
E. Surface water 32
F. Flora & Fauna 34
G. Minerals 35
4. DEMOGRAPHY
A. Population 36
B. Urban population 38
C. Density 41
D. Housing 43
E. Sex ratio 49
F. Literacy 52
G. Religion 54
H. Community 56
I. Poverty 58
J. Life expectancy 59

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5. ECONOMY
A. Domestic product 60
B. Percapita Income 61
C. Local body revenue 63
D. Work participation 64
E. Employers 66
6. HEALTH & EDUCATION
A. Health 67
B. Education 68
7. TRANSPORT
A. Regional road network 73
B. Vehicle registrations during the year 74
C. APSRTC 74
D. Consumption of major petroleum products in Capital Region 75

8. SERVICES & UTILITIES


A. Power 76
B. Tax collection 78
C. Communications 79
D. Street lights and Percapita streetlights in ULBs 80
E. Waste water 81
MANDAL CODES 82
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 83

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1. HISTORY & CULTURE
HISTORY AND CULTURE OF THE CAPITAL REGION
(Krishna & Guntur Districts)
The capital region has a long line of history with continuity right
from the prehistoric times until today.

RULING
The history of the region can be traced back to the rule of Asoka the
Great (269-232 B.C) followed by the Satavahanas (1st century BC to
2nd century AD), Ikshvakus (3rd century AD), Salankayanas, Ananda
Gotrins, Early Pallava and Vishnukundins (4th -6th centuries AD),

Akkana Madanna Caves

Eastern (Vengi) Chalukyas (7th to 11th centuries AD), Rastrakutas


(8th to 10th century AD), Velanticholas (11th -12th centuries AD),
Kakatiyas (12th-14th centuries AD), Reddy’s (14th -15th centuries
AD), Eastern Gangas (14th century AD) Gajapathis (15th century AD),
Vijayanagara kings (15th to 16th centuries AD), Qutbshahis (17th

6
century AD), Moghals (17th - 18th century AD), Asaf Jahis (18th -
19th centuries AD) and British (East India Company).

STRUCTURES AND MONUMENTS


These dynasties have left Buddhist Stupas, Rock cut caves,
structural temples, forts and fortifications (18th -20th centuries
AD) in the region. The Buddhist stupas at Dhanyakataka - Amravati,
Bhattiprolu, Vaddamanu forts (3rd century BC), Ghantasala,
Gudivada, Jaggayyapeta and Alluru (1st - 4th centuries AD) serve

Dharanikota, Amravarthi
as repositories of Amaravati School of Art and Architecture. The
rock cut caves at Sitanagaram, Akkanna Madanna Mogalrajpuram,
Penumaka and Undavalli belonging to the period between 2nd - 6th
centuries AD originally of the Buddhist faith were later converted into
Brahmanical caves. Vijayawada also served as a Jain centre during
the Eastern Chalukyaan Period and there is a rock cut cave of the
Jaina Pantheon at Ambapuram on the outskirts of Vijayawada dated
back to the 8th century AD. Saiva temple were built in the region
which include the Amareswara Temple at Amaravati, Bhimeswara
Temple at Chebrolu from 10th century AD. Durga Malleswara temple

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HISTORY & CULTURE
at Vijayawada and Lakshminarayana temple at Avanigadda (11th
century AD), Venugopala Swamy temple at Hamsala deevi, Movva
and Adikesava temple at Chebrolu (13th century AD) and the temples
at Kondaveedu, Ameenabad, Pedapalakaluru and Mutluru (14th
century AD) followed by the Vijayanagara temples at Kondaveedu,
Kondapalli, Pedakallepalli, Srikakulam and Mangalagiri. These
temples present the various architectural styles from the Vengi
Chalukyas to the Vijayanagara kings.

This region is also studded with several historical forts and


fortifications. Remains of mud forts on land are seen at Dharanikota
Chandolu, Kanukollu, (11th century AD) Kodaveedu Bellamkonda
and Kondapalli. The forts were originally built by the Reddy Kings of
Kondaveedu in 14 century AD with many structures such as stables,
garrisons, granaries, prisons, palaces, temples, masjids and
gateways by the successive dynasties viz., the Vijayanagara dynasty
particularly during the rule of Sri Krishna Devaraya who captured

Jain temple at Ambapuram

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these forts in 1515 AD and was followed by the Gajapatis and
Qutbshahis The region was also under the rule of the British, French
and the Asafjahis who had used these forts for defence purpose.
Colonial buildings were built by both the Dutch and the English in
Machilipatnam and Vijayawada.

Kondapalli fort

ART AND CULTURE


The capital region is very rich in culture. Variety of Folk dances
and Classical dances especially from Kuchipudi, Yakshagana and
Bhamakalam received name and fame from worldwide. Eminent
dancers of Kuchipudi include late Vedantam Satyanarayana, Vempati
Chinnasatyam and Pasumarthy Ramalingasastry to name a few. The
uniqueness of the dance is that male dancers are seen in female
characters.

The local handicrafts include Pedana (tie and dye) Kalamkari textiles
using natural colors and Mangalagiri cottons and sarees. Light
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HISTORY & CULTURE
weight Kondapalli (near Ibrahimpatnam) wooden toys in different
expressions like the ten incarnations of Vishnu, Toddy tapper, bullock
carts, tiny toys and dolls, and stone craft from Durgi near Macherla,
where hundreds of sculptors are involved in carving beautiful
stone images of Gods & Goddesses and modern art. Nuziveedu

Kuchipudi Natya Kalakshetram, Kuchipudi

a Zameendari, a Fortified town is famous for veenas and wooden


stringed musical instruments that are acclaimed world-wide for
their shapes and decorations which allure the visitors.

Almost all the villages have house structures built of wattle and
daub, covered with terracotta tiles on wooden rafters and bamboo
reepers, and sometimes built of mud and brick walls covered by
Palm leaves over the roof. The villages located in remote areas are
known for a wide variety of fairs and festivals both folk, seasonal
and traditional, providing an opportunity for the people to conjugate,
greet and celebrate the joy and rural atmosphere in its natural
setting reflects the native culture and tradition unique for this region.
Thus the Capital Region is rich in Culture, Tradition, Arts, Crafts and
dance forms in addition to the historical and heritage monuments
spanning over 2000 years.

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Mogalrajpuram caves in Vijayawada The entrance of 2000 years old Buddhist
cave in Seetanagaram part of AP capital
city Amaravati where monks lived.

Undavali-Caves1

Undavali-Caves 2
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2. GOVERNMENT
A. At a glance
i. State
13 Districts
Total Area
in km2
1,60,205
Census Villages
17363 (Including uninhabited villages)
Revenue Villages 17751
195 Towns
(Statutory & Census 2011)

Population (in Crores) Gramapanchayats 12918


4.9 (Census 2011)

Revenue Mandals 670


16 Municipal
Corporations
Mandal Parishads 654
Municipalities/
94 Nagarpanchayats

Source:Statistics district handbook

AP CAPITAL
REGION

Bay of Bengal

AP Capital Region

Location of Capital Region in AP


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ii. District
Total Area8727 Krishna
Krishna1005 Census Villages in km2 11391 Guntur
Guntur729 (Including uninhabited villages)
Revenue 969 Krishna
Krishna11 Towns Villages 729 Guntur
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Guntur (Statutory & Census 2011)
969 Krishna
Krishna 0.45 Population (in Crores) Gramapanchayats
1020 Guntur
Guntur 0.49 (Census 2011)
Revenue Mandals
50 Krishna
Krishna 2 Municipal 57 Guntur
Guntur 1 Corporations
Mandal 49 Krishna
Krishna 7 Municipalities/ Parishads 57 Guntur
Guntur 12 Nagarpanchayats

Source:Statistics district handbook

AP CAPITAL REGION

AMARAVATI

AP Capital Region

Location of Capital region within Krishna and Guntur Districts


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GOVERNMENT
iii. A.P. Capital Region

Area Zones 8
8603 (km2)
Revenue
Census towns Villages 953
11 (Census 2011)

Population (in Lakhs) Gramapanchayats 1006


59 (Census 2011)

Municipal Revenue Mandals 56


2 Corporations
Mandal 55
Municipalities/ Parishads
10 Nagarpanchayats

Source:Statistics district handbook

Map of Zones

WESTERN ZONE

NORTHERN ZONE

NORTH EAST ZONE


Capital City
SOUTH WEST ZONE
CENTRAL ZONE CRDA Region
ULB’s

CENTRAL ZONE
EASTERN ZONE
SOUTHERN ZONE EASTERN ZONE
NORTH EAST ZONE
NORTHERN ZONE
SOUTH EAST ZONE SOUTH EAST ZONE
SOUTH WEST ZONE
SOUTHERN ZONE
WESTERN ZONE

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iv. Amaravati Capital City

Area
217 (km2) 24+
Revenue Tadepalli
Villages Municipality
part
0 Towns
(Statutory & Census 2011)

Population (in Lakhs) Gramapanchayats 25


1 (Census 2011)
part (Thullur,
Revenue 3 Tadepalli,
Municipal Mandals
0 Corporations
Mangalagiri)

part (Thullur,
Mandal 3 Tadepalli,
0 Municipalities/ Parishads Mangalagiri)
Nagarpanchayats

Source:Statistics district handbook

Map of Capital Region

AP CAPITAL REGION

AP Capital Region

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GOVERNMENT

Kr
Krishna ish
River na
Riv
er
ad

Rayapudi
g Ro
Rin

Borupalem
er
Inn

Uddanda
Lingayaalem
Abbarajupalem

Dondapadu
SPORTS GOVERNMENT
Pichikalapalem

Kondamarajupalem

F
Malkapuram

Tulluru
Ananthavaram
Nelapadu Velagapudi
JUSTICE
MEDIA Malkapuram

Sakhamuru
Nekkallu

Ainavolu
KNOWLEDG

Kuragallu

In
ne
rR
in
g
ELECTRONICS
Ro
ad

Nidamarru

Note: 9 Cities boundary tentative only.

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Detailed Master Plan of Capital City - Amaravati


Inn
er
Rin
gR
hn oad
aR
ive
r
Vijayaw
ada Byp
ass

NH -
65 (9
)
Uddandarayanpalem

Mandadam Kr
ish Vijayawada City
na
Riv
FINANCE er
ram

TOURISM
Venkatapalem

NH
-6
puram 5(
Undavalli 9)
Tadepalli

(5 - 16
Part

)
NH
Krishnayyapalem
Penumaka 9 Cities
Road Network Outside Planning Boundary
(5)

Capital City Planning Boundary(217sqkm)


WLEDGE
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Village Administrative Boundaries


Downtown Road Alignment
NH

Residential
R1-Village planning zone
R2-LOW DENSITY ZONE
R3-MEDIUM TO HIGH DENSITY ZONE
R4-HIGH DENSITY ZONE
HEALTH Tadepalli Commercial
Part C1 -MIXED USE ZONE
C2- GENERAL COMMERCIAL ZONE
C3-NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE ZONE
llu C4-TOWN CENTRE ZONE
Nowluru C5-REGIONAL CENTRE ZONE
C6-CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT ZONE
Industrial
I1-BUSINESS PARK ZONE
I2-LOGISTICS ZONE
I3-NON POLLUTING INDUSTRY ZONE
NICS Open Space and Recreation
5)

P1-PASSIVE ZONE
6(
-1

P2-ACTIVE ZONE
NH

P3-PROTECTED ZONE
P3-PROTECTED ZONE

Infrastructure Reserve
ad
Ro
U1-RESERVE
Inne
r Ri
ng
ZONE
U2- ROAD RESERVE ZONE
Mangalagiri (M) Institutional Facilities
S1-GOVERNMENT ZONE
S2-EDUCATION ZONE
S3-SPECIAL ZONE

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GOVERNMENT
B. Time lines of Capital Region ULBs
i. ULBs
Year Event
1866 Municipality of Guntur was constituted
1888 Municipality of Vijayawada (Bezawada) was constituted
1891 Guntur Muncipality Upgraded from 3rd Grade to 2nd Grade
1917 Guntur Muncipality upgraded from 2nd Grade to Ist Grade
1952 Guntur Muncipality Upgraded from Ist Grade to Special
Grade
1956 Municipality of Mangalagiri was constituted with 3rd Grade
1960 Vijayawada Muncipality upgraded as a selection grade
Municipality
1964 Municipality of Ponnur was constituted
1965 Municipality of Tenali was constituted with special grade
1979 Gudivada Muncipality Constituted
1981 Vijayawada Muncipality was upgraded to a corporation
1982 Jaggayapet Nagar Panchayat upgraded to Muncipality
1983 Nuzividu Muncipality was constituted
1984 Sattenapalli Muncipality was constituted with Grade 3
1994 Guntur Muncipality Upgraded to Municipal Corporation
from Selection Grade Muncipality
2005 Mangalagiri Muncipality Upgraded from 3rd Grade to 2nd
Grade
2009 Tadepalli Muncipality was constituted
2010 Sattenapalli Muncipality Upgraded from 3rd Grade to 2nd
Grade
2011 Nandigama & Vuyyuru Nagar Panchayats were constituted

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ii. APCRDA

Year Event Area (km2)


1978 VGTM (Vijayawada Guntur Tenali 1665.66
Mangalagiri) UDA formed
1980 Renamed as ASUDA (Amaravati Seema 1665.66
Urban Development Authority)
1981 Again Changed to VGT (Vijayawada 1665.66
Guntur Tenali) UDA
1984 Renamed again as VGTM (Vijayawada 1665.66
Guntur Tenali Mangalagiri) UDA
2004 VGTM area extended 1954.64
2012 VGTM area extended (including forest & 7319
hills)
2014 Andhra Pradesh Capital Region 7319
Development Authority (APCRDA)
formed
2015 Andhra Pradesh Capital Region area 8603
extended

C. Elected representatives in Capital Region

MLAs

21 ML
Cs

6 7
s
panche

1006 2
ar

956 55
55

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GOVERNMENT

VA

JA PG
MY NU
ND VE
BA
CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN PP
SA KA GD
TD MA VY
ME DU
PK TO PM
PH GU GU
KO PA
TE MV
CB AP Capital Region
PR VT VM
ED TS KU GH
Parliament Boundary
AR CH
BH
PO MO Bapatla
Eluru
Guntur
Machilipatnam
Narasarao Pet
Vijayawada

Parliamentary Constituencies in capital region

VA

JA PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA
AP Capital Region
CA GK AG
KK BA Avanigadda
AT IB BA Chilakaluripet

AA VR GA Gannavaram
Gudivada
KR TH
VU UN NA Guntur W est & East
PE TA PN Jaggayyapeta
KA PP GD
SA TD MA Machilipatnam
VY
ME DU TO Mangalagiri
PK PM Mylavaram
PH GU KO PA
GU Nandigama
TE MV Nuzvid
ED CB
PR VT VM Pamarru
TS KU GH
Pedakurapadu
CH
AR BH Pedana
PO MO Penamaluru
Ponnuru
Prathipadu
Sattenapalle
Tadikonda
Tenali
Ve muru
Vijayawada East,
West, & Central

Assembly Constituencies in capital region


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D. Courts
i. Territorial jurisdiction of civil courts in Capital Region

VA
JA PG

ND MY NU
VE BA
CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IBBA
AAVR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN
SA MA KA PP GD
TD VY
ME DU
PK TO
PH GU KO PA PM
TE
ED CB MV
PR VT
TS VM KU GH
AR BH CH
PO MO

AP Capital Region

Guntur DMC Sattenapalle DMC


Mangalagiri DMC Tenali DMC XI Addl. District Court, Gudivada
Ponnuru DMC District Court, Machilipatnam XV Addl. District Court, Nuzvid
Repalle DM C II Addl. District Court, Vi ayawada XVI Addl. District Court, Nandigama

ii. Territorial jurisdiction of criminal courts in Capital


Region
VA

JA PG
MY NU
ND VE
BA
CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY
ME DU
PK TO PM
PH GU KO PA
TE MV
ED CB
PR VT VM KU
TS GH
CH
AR BH
PO MO

AP Capital Region

Chilakaluripet Repalle
Guntur Sattenapalle
Mangalagiri Tenali XI Addl. District Judges Court, Gudivada
Narasarao Pet V ijayawada XV Addl. District Judges Court, Nuzvi d
Ponnur District Court, Machilipatnam XVI Addl. District Judges Court, Nandigama

Source: ecourts.gov.in
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GOVERNMENT
E. Police
i. Police Infrastructure
(in No’s)
1991
2001
2011
POLICE 3022
STRENGTH
3335
7990

D REP
MALE RTE O
1995
RE
PO
s Non C RTED
Crime o
Crimgniza
2300 ble
iza es ble
5605 ogn
C 86 206
146 5
s

Vio

RE
014 12 1
t
en

FEMALE 13 6

PO
len
121
ccid

RTE
t Cr
2 036
123 937
79 5
Fatal A

375

D
imes
57 3

4 02
336
468

211

ARMED 906
912
2049

POLICE India 137


PER 1 LAKH AP 146
PEOPLE Capital region 136

ARRESTS & 67%


DISPOSAL
OF CASES 70%
(% completed)
76%

INVESTIGATED 6846 1991


2001
8286
2011
9406

COMPLETED 7958
11319
1991
14277
2001
2011

Source: Department of Police

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ii. Jurisdiction of police commissionerate/districts in
Capital Region

KRISHNA

KRISHNA
KRISHNA

KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA


KRISHNA
KRISHNA
KRISHNA
KRISHNA KRISHNA
KRISHNA KRISHNA

GUNTUR VIJAYAWADA
KRISHNA
RURAL CITY VIJAYAWADA
GUNTUR VIJAYAWADA
RURAL CITY
GUNTUR CITY
GUNTUR RURAL RURAL VIJAYAWADA KRISHNA
VIJAYAWADA CITY
GUNTUR CITY
GUNTUR
RURAL
URBAN VIJAYAWADA
GUNTUR GUNTUR CITY VIJAYAWADA KRISHNA
RURAL GUNTUR URBAN CITY KRISHNA
GUNTUR URBAN VIJAYAWADA
URBAN GUNTUR CITY Police Stations
GUNTUR RURAL VIJAYAWADA
URBAN Capital Region
GUNTUR CITY KRISHNA
GUNTUR GUNTUR
RURAL URBAN Guntur Rural
RURAL VIJAYAWADA
GUNTUR CITY Guntur Urban
GUNTUR GUNTUR RURAL KRISHNA
GUNTUR Krishna
RURAL GUNTUR GUNTUR URBAN
URBAN URBAN GUNTUR RURAL KRISHNA Vijayawada City
RURAL GUNTUR
RURAL
KRISHNA
GUNTUR GUNTUR
GUNTUR RURAL RURAL KRISHNA
RURAL

iii. Jurisdiction of police districts/stations in Capital Region


NANDIGAMA

NANDIGAMA NANDIGAMA

NUZIVIDU
NANDIGAMA NUZIVIDU
NANDIGAMA
NUZIVIDU

NUZIVIDU
NANDIGAMA NUZIVIDU
NANDIGAMA NUZIVIDU
ACP
SATTENAPALLI WEST ZONE NUZIVIDU
ACP ACP Police Stations
SATTENAPALLI CENTRAL EAST ZONE ACP Capital Region
ZONE ACP
SATTENAPALLI SATTENAPALLI EAST
CENTRAL GUDIVADA
ZONE ACP Central Zone
SATTENAPALLI ZONE
NORTH ACP ACP ACP East Zone
EAST EAST GUDIVADA
SATTENAPALLI ACP West Zone
NORTH NORTH ZONE ZONE
ACP GUDIVADA
EAST ZONE Avanigadda
SOUTH
TENALI ACP Gudivada
NORTH EAST ZONE GUDIVADA Nandigama
TENALI ACP
SDPO WEST TENALI
EAST ne Narsaraopeta
TENALI ZONE
AVANIGADDA North
NARSARAOPETA SOUTH
SOUTH SOUTH TENALI Nuzividu
AVANIGADDA
TENALI TENALI SDPO West

AVANIGADDA Sattenapalli
TENALI TENALI South
TENALI AVANIGADDA
Tenali

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3. GEOGRAPHY
A. Climate
In the winter season, the climate is moderate and in fact very cool
and pleasant. The temperature ranges between 120C and 300C.

The temperatures during summer months range from 170C to 450C.


The climate is very humid during the summer months and the
humidity rises up to 68%.

i. Temperature
(in degree celsius)

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr


Normal 31.2 34.1 37.5 39.6
Mean Maximum 2011 29.8 31.1 33.0 33.5
Temperature 2012 29.0 31.6 33.6 34.7
2013 30.7 31.2 32.9 34.7

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr


Normal 17.3 19.9 23.0 26.1
Mean Minimum 2011 17.2 18.7 21.1 25.1
Temperature 2012 17.7 17.7 23.0 26.3
2013 18.7 19.4 21.5 26.3
Source : Handbook of statistics, Krishna & Guntur (2012-13)

Month Jan Feb Mar


Max Temp 30 32.7 35.4
Min Temp 18.7 20.1 22.4
Extreme Max 34.4 37.8 43.3
Extreme Min 13.6 15.4 17
Rainfall (Average precipitation mm) 0.9 5.3 9.6
Average precipitation days 0.1 0.4 0.5

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The climate of Capital Region is also marked by a considerable
amount of rainfall. Rainfall is caused both by the south west
monsoon and the north east monsoons. The area recieved a total
rainfall of 1222.8mm during the year 2013-14

May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


48.5 37.8 34.1 33.9 33.4 32.9 30.8 29.9
38.1 38.3 35.4 34.3 34.9 33.2 31.3 30.9
40.0 39.4 34.6 35.1 34.4 32.4 30.4 30.2
38.3 37.2 33.3 33.6 33.2 31.7 30.7 29.9

May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


25.3 27.8 25.3 25.6 24.8 23.2 19.6 16.8
27.7 27.5 25.6 25.6 25.2 24.1 20.6 18.8
27.9 27.5 25.4 25.4 25.5 23.5 20.8 19.2
28.5 26.1 25.1 25.1 24.7 24.5 21.3 17.9

Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec


37.4 39.8 37.2 33.2 32.4 32.6 31.8 30.7 29.6
25.5 27.5 27 25.4 25.1 25.1 24 21.3 19.1
44.4 47.6 46.7 41 38.3 38.6 37.9 35.2 34.2
19.4 20.3 20.2 21.5 21.5 18.2 17.6 14.6 13
14.3 51.3 131.9 218.4 185.6 163.5 142.6 51.3 6.7
1 3.1 7.6 12.6 11.5 8.8 7.1 2.8 0.6

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GEOGRAPHY
ii. Annual Rainfall

1396.1
1222.8

965.9
800.1

Normal
Rainfall 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

Annual Rainfall (mm) Capital Region

Intra regional variations of normal & actual rainfall (2013-14)


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iii. Monsoon Rainfall

South - West Monsoon North - East Monsoon


Rainfall 2013-14 Rainfall 2013-14
June July Oct Nov Dec
Aug Sep

158.2 79.3
153.5

164.6
191.6
14.8
71.8
225.9 386.8
191.9
143.9
114.4
98.4
Normal Actual Normal Actual

Winter Period Rainfall Hot Weather Period


2013-14 Rainfall 2013-14
Normal Actual Mar Apr May
87.1

4.7
0.0
59.6

8.1
8.5 13.3
10.4
Normal Actual
Jan Feb
Rainfall in mm
Source: Handbook of statistics, Krishna & Guntur districts
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GEOGRAPHY
iv. Ground water levels

VA

JA

PG

ND

KK
CA

AT

AA

KR

PE
SA

ME

PH

ED

PR

Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Stations


Classification Water Water Water Water Water Water not
(>20)m (15-20)m (10-15)m (5-10)m (2-5)m (0-2)m reported
No. of Stations 5 8 19 55 114 36 2

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NU
MY

VE BA

GK
KK AG
BA

BA
IB

VR
GA
UN
NA
TH VU

KA
PP
TA
PN
VY
TD GD
MA

PK DU TO

KO
PM
GU
PA
TE

MV
CB TS VM KU
GH
VT

CH
PO BH
AR MO

AP Capital Region Mandal Boundary

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GEOGRAPHY
B. Topography
Kondapalli hill range runs between Nandigama and Vijayawada
cities in the district, for a length of 24 kms. Indrakiladri (Vijayawada),
Jammalavoidurgam, and Mogalarajpuram are other smaller hill
ranges. The coastal belt consists of fertile plains in the Krishna
delta region. Krishna is the major perennial river in Capital Region
traverses 135 kms.
The soils are mainly Red gravel, Black cotton, Sandy alluvial, Sand
clay loams and Red loams.
Major minerals found are Limestone, Iron ore.
Minor minerals Granite, Gravel, Rough stone, Road metal, Bricks
Quartz and sand are available.

C. Location
• Coastline is at a distance of 21 km from Pamarru, the capital
region boundary
• Chennai, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam and Jagdalpur all lie within
a radius of 300-400 km
• Northwest 160.983945’ 800.096477’
Southwest 160.138564’ 800.184836’
Southeast 160.135974’ 810.068118’
Northeast 160.864552’ 800.897105’

The capital region is at an


elevation of +553 above mean
sea level (MSL) at Kondapalli
reserve forest in Verulapadu
mandal is the highest
elevation in Krishna district
and lowest point at +3 above
MSL at Pedavarivada Village,
Nandivada mandal, Krishna
district.

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Linkages (from Vijayawada)
Nearest Airport: Vijayawada International Airport (20 km)
(40 km from Amravati Capital City)
Nearest Ports: Machilipatnam - 67 km,
Nizampatnam - 90 km
Roads:
From Hyderabad : 280 km by NH 65
6
From Vishakhapatnam : 360 km by NH 16
From Chennai : 430 km by NH 16
Major Railway stations: Vijayawada, Guntur,
ntu
ur,
r
Tenali, Gudivada
Inland Waterways: Buckingham canal (IWW4)
WW4)
passes through the Capital Region at Vijayawada
(proposed water way along Krishna river)

D. Land cover
8603.32 km2 --- Total Geographical Area 57.86 km2 Misc. Tree crops & groves not
included in net area sown
407.96 km2 Forest Area 220.00 km 2
Other Fallows
279.41 km2 Barren & Uncultivable Land 469.11 km2 Current Fallows
1387.70 km2 Land put to Non. Agricultural uses 5445.48 km2 Net Area Sown
102.85 km2 Cultivable waste 102.19 km2 Fish & Prawn Culture
130.76 km2 Permanent Pastures &
other grazing lands

Fish & Prawn Forest Area 5%


Culture 1% Barren & Uncultivable
Land 3%

16%
Land put Cultivable Permanent
to Non. waste Pastures &
Agricultural other grazing
63% uses 1%
lands 2%
Net Area
Sown
Other Misc. Tree
Fallows crops & groves
not included
3% in net area
Current sown 1%
Fallows
5%
Source : Handbook of Statistics Krishna and Guntur 2013, APCRDA
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GEOGRAPHY
E. Surface water
Statement showing the details of inflows & outflows in AP Capital
Region
S Inflows Utilisation (TMC) Losse
Source of Water
No (TMC) Irrigation Industrial Drinking Evapotranspira
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
I Rainfall: Runoff 274 196 0 0 15
II Prakasam Barrage
a Guntur Branch Canal 53 37 5 7 2
b Munneru 36 0 0 0 1
c Pulichintala 46 0 0 0 2
d River Krishna 565 152 10 19 5

Prakasam Barrage: 647TMC


River Krishna: 565TMC

Muniyeru River: 36TMC


Total inflow into region: 974TMC
Pulichintala: 46TMC

Guntur Branch Canal: 53TMC

Rainfall: 274TMC

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Losses (TMC) Total Outflow
Remarks
nspiration Infiltration (4+5+6+7+8) (TMC) (3-9)
7 8 9 10 11
into Krishna river through
5 60 271 3
local drains

2 2 53 0
1 2 34 into Krishna river
2 2 4 42 to Prakasam Barrage
5 7 193 372 Surplus to Sea

Utilization: 426TMC Irrigation: 385TMC

Industrial: 15TMC
Drinking: 26TMC
Evapotranspiration:25TMC
Losses: 97TMC Infiltration: 72 TMC

Outflow into sea: 451TMC

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GEOGRAPHY
F. Flora and Fauna of the AP Capital Region
The total forest area of the region is 407.96 SqKm. Out of this 336.79
SqKm falls in Krishna District and 71.17 SqKm in Guntur district. It is
only 4.74% of the total geographical area of 8603.32 SqKm. According
to the Champion & Seth Classification, Southern Tropical Secondary
Dry Deciduous Forests (5A/C3) are found in pockets and along hill
slope of Kondapalli, G. Konduru and A. Konduru RFs. and in reserve
forests of Guntur Range. Dry Deciduous Scrub Forest (5A/DS1) type of
forests are found in Kothuru, Adavinekkalam, Kondapalli, G. Konduru,
A. Konduru, Katrenipadu, Bathulavarigudem, Annavaram, Annaraopet
and Dasullapalem RFs. Southern Thorn Forest (6A/C1) type is found in
Dasullapalem, Kothuru, Adavinekkalam, Katrenipadu, T. Gannavaram,
Bathulavari gudem, Jangalapalli, Cheemalapadu, Budwada and
Jaggaiahpet RFs. Tropical Evergreen Scrub Forest (7C1/DS1) are found
in Kothuru, Jangalapalli and Chandragudem RFs. Dry Scrub Forest (6A/
C2) is found in Guntur Range forests.

Floristic composition
In these type of forests the top canopy mainly consists of Lannea
coromandalica (Gumpena), Chloroxylon swietenia (Billudu), Anogeissus
latifolia (Chirumanu), Hardwickia binata (Narayepi), Givotia rottleriformis
(Tella poliki), Diospyros melanoxylon (Tendu) and Dalbergia paniculata
(Pachari). Middle storey consists of Albizia amara (Chigara), Acacia
sundra (Sundra), Emblica officinalis (Usiri), Cassia fistula (Rela),
Strychnos nux-vomica (Musti), Bridelia retusa (Koramanu), Bambusa
arundinacea (Mullem), Azadirachta indica (Vepa), Bauhinia racemosa
(Aari), Carissa spinarum (Kalivi), Gymnosporia montana and
Dendrocalamus strictus (Sadana). The bottom storey is composed of
shrubs viz., Mundulea suberosa, Dodonaea viscosa (Banderu), Zizyphus
oenoplia (Pariki) and Helecteres isora. The floor bears grasses such
as Schima nervosum (Nendra), Andropogon contortus, Cymbopogon
coloratus (Bodha gaddi), Aristida setacea (Broom stick), Chloris
barbata (Uppu gaddi) and occasinlaly Phoenix acaulis. Bauhinia vahlii
(Addateega), Acacia caesia (Korintha), Pterolobium indicum (Cheeki),
Butea superba (Teega moduga) etc climbers are found.
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Fauna:
Carnivores such as Felis chaus (Jungle cat), Vulpes bengalensis
(Common fox), Canis aureus (Jackal) and Canis lupus (Wolf),
Omnivore like Melursus ursinus (Sloth bear), herbivores such as Axis
axis (Spotted deer), Antelope cervicapra (Black buck), Sus scrofa
(Wild pig), Hystrix indica (Indian crested porcupine), Lepus nigricollis
(Black napped hare), Semnopithecus entellus (Common langur) and
Macaca maculata (Rhesus macaque) etc are found in this region.

G. Various Minerals available in capital region


Major minerals: Limestone & Iron ore
Minor minerals: Granite, Gravel, Rough stone, Road metal, Sand,
Bricks & Quartz
VA
JA
#

0 PG

MY NU
ND
VE
BA
CA GK AG
KK BA
0 AT IB u BA

AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN
MA KA
SA PP GD
TD VY
ME
DU
PK TO
PM
PH GU KO PA
TE
ED CB MV
PR VT
TS VM GH
KU
CH
AR
PO BH MO

u chromate
Gravel & Road Metal Gravel Road Metal Gravel, Sand, Black Granite Rough Stone, Sand

# Iron ore
Gravel, Granite Road Metal Gravel, Sand, Building Tone Gravel Sand

Granite, Road Metal Road Metal Gravel, Sand,


Gravel, Granite, Road Metal, Sand Building Tone Gravel, Colour Granite Sand, Brickes
Granite, Road Metal, Gravel

Gratnite, Road Metal


Gravel, Road Metal, Sand

Gravel, Sand
Road Metal Gravel,Building Stone, Gravel

Road Metal, Granite


0 Lime Stone

CRDA Region
Gravel
Gravel,Sand,Granite Road Metal, Gravel Krishna River
Gravel & Building Stone Mandals
Road Metal Road Metal, Sand

Minerals available in various mandals of Capital Region


Source : Handbook of Statistics Krishna and Guntur 2013
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4. DEMOGRAPHY
A. Population
i. Growth of populations in Capital Region

2011 58.74
2001 52.45
1991 46.97
1981 38.89
1971 31.29
Population in lakhs
Source: Census of India

ii. Inter-regional comparison of population

AP Capital Region 5.9


Mumbai (MMR) 18.4
Delhi (NCT- urban) 16.4
Hyderabad (HMDA) 9.5
Pune (PMRDA) 5.06
Bengaluru (BMRD) 8.5
London 8.2
Vienna 1.8
Shanghai 24.3
Tokyo (metro) 13.2
Singapore 5.6

Population in millions Source: Mckinsey


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iii. Inter-regional comparison of population growth rate
AP Capital Region 12.00
Mumbai (MMR) 15.00
Delhi (NCT- urban) 27.00
Hyderabad (HMDA) 35.00
Pune (PMRDA) 34.00
Bengaluru (BMRD) 16.00
London 12.00
Vienna 10.00
Shanghai 3.65
Tokyo (metro) -0.02
Singapore 16.00

Population decadal growth rate (%) from 2001 - 2011


Source: Mckinsey

iv. Intra-regional variation of population growth rate

Growth rate from 1971 to 2011


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DEMOGRAPHY
B. Urban population
i. Trend of urban population share in Capital Region
2011 48%
2001 40%
1991 38%
1981 35%
1971 32%

ii. Comparison of ULBs in Capital Region

WESTERN ZONE

NORTHERN ZONE

NORTH EAST ZONE

SOUTH WEST ZONE


CENTRAL ZONE

EASTERN ZONE
SOUTHERN ZONE

SOUTH EAST ZONE

Capital City CENTRAL ZONE NORTHERN ZONE SOUTHERN ZONE


Capital Region EASTERN ZONE SOUTH EAST ZONE WESTERN ZONE
ULB’s NORTH EAST ZONE SOUTH WEST ZONE

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Urban Footprints in AP Capital Region N

Capital City P : Population in Lakhs


GR : Growth Rate (2001 - 2011) Kilometers
Municipal Corporation
Municipalities A : Area in Km2
Nagar Panchayats D : Density per Km2 0 0.5 1

Guntur Municipal Vijayawada Municipal


Amaravati Corporation Corporation
P:1.0, GR:12% P:7.43, GR: 44% P:10.34, GR: 22%
A: 217, D:461 A: 159.5, D:4662 A: 61.7, D:16770

Nuzividu Ponnuru Jaggayyapeta Sattenapalli


P: D.59, GR: 16% P: 0.60, GR: 4% P: 0.53, GR:32% P: 0.57, GR:10%
A: 28.39, D: 2064 A: 26.16, D: 2288 A:23.5, D:2275 A: 21.88, D:2588

Tadepalli Tenali Gudivada Mangalagiri


P: 0.54, GR:30% P: 1.65, GR: 7% P:1.18, GR:5% P: 0.74, GR: 19%
A: 19.5, D:2788 A: 16.58, D: 9950 A: 12.67, D: 9334 A: 10.49, D:7017

Nandigama Vuyyuru
P: 0.44, GR: 18% P:0.46, GR:7%
A: 28.7, D:1545 A:10.5, D:4428

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DEMOGRAPHY
iii. Growth of ULBs in Capital Region (in Nos)

12
10
9

1981 1991 2001 2011

iv. Growth rate of population from 1991 to 2011 of urban


local bodies in Capital Region

Ponnuru 10%

Tenali 15%

Gudivada 16%

Mangalagiri 24%

Sattenapalli 25%

Nuzividu 37%

Nandigama 47%

Vijayawada City 47%

Jaggayyapeta 48%

Vuyyuru 50%

Guntur City 58%

Tadepalli 88%

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C. Density
i. Trend of population density in Capital Region
2011 703
2001 628
1991 562
1981 466
1971 375

Population density of capital region (persons/km2)

703

382
308

India AP Capital Region

ii. Inter - regional comparison of Area (km2)


AP Capital Region 8603
Mumbai (MMR) 4354
Delhi (NCT- urban) 1483
Hyderabad (HMDA) 7257
Pune (PMRDA) 3500
Bengaluru (BMRD) 8005
Greater London 8382
Vienna 453
Shanghai 6340.50
Tokyo (metro) 13572
Singapore 719.10

Source: Mckinsey
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DEMOGRAPHY
iii. Inter - regional comparison of population density
AP Capital Region 703
Mumbai (MMR) 4223
Delhi (NCT- urban) 11025
Hyderabad (HMDA) 1309
Pune (PMRDA) 1446
Bengaluru (BMRD) 1064
London 4703
Vienna 3900
Shanghai 6846
Tokyo (metro) 6038
Singapore 10900

Population density: Number of persons per km2

iv. Intra-regional variation of population density in Capital


Region

Number of persons per km2


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D. Housing
i. Trend of number of households and houses in Capital
Region (Numbers in Lakhs)

15.9
Households
Houses

12.7
11.5

5.8
3.9
2.7

1991 2001 2011


Source: Census 2011, Lists from local bodies.

ii. Average household size in Capital Region


2011 3.7
2001 4.1
1991 4.3

4.8
3.7 4.0

Capital Region AP India

Average household size


Source: Census 2011
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DEMOGRAPHY
iii. Inter regional comparision of avarage house hold size
AP CRDA 3.70
Mumbai 3.73
Delhi (NCT- urban) 4.82
Hyderabad (GHMC) 4.40
Pune 4.20
Banglore 4.00
London 2.47
Vienna 1.81
Shanghai 2.30
Tokyo (metro) 1.97
Singapore 3.43

Source: Mckinsey

iv. Intra-regional variation of average household size in


Capital Region

VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA
CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY
ME
DU 3.0 - 3.2
PK TO
PM
PH GU KO 3.3 - 3.5
PA
TE 3.6 - 3.8
ED CB MV 3.9 - 4.0
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH
Guntur, Penamaluru,
Topmost
CH Vijayawada Rural
AR BH Ghantasala, Kollipara,
PO MO Bottom least
Pedaparupudi

Source: Census 2011

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v. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of households
living in concrete roofed homes in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 25.0% - 40.0%
ME
DU
PK TO 40.1% - 45.05
PM
PH GU KO 45.1% - 55.0%
PA
TE 55.1% - 65.0%
ED CB MV
PR 65.1% - 80.0%
VT
TS VM KU GH
Categories Mandal Name
CH Jaggayyapeta,
AR BH Topmost Chandralapadu
Veerullapdu
PO MO
Source: Census 2011
Amruthaluru,
Bottom least
Unguturu,Mopidevi

vi. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of households


living in three room homes in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA
KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 5.0% - 7.0%
ME 7.15 - 9.0%
DU
PK TO
PM 9.1% - 11.0%
PH GU KO PA 11.1% - 14.0%
TE
ED MV 14.1% - 19.0%
CB
PR VT
TS VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
Tenali, Guntur,
CH Topmost
Vijayawada, Urban
AR BH Atchampet,Veerullapdu,
PO MO Bottom least
Kolluru, Chandralapadu
Source: Census 2011

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DEMOGRAPHY
vii. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of
households living in own houses in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY
ME 40.0% - 50.0%
DU
PK TO 50.1% - 60.0%
PM
PH GU KO 60.1% - 70.0%
PA
TE 70.1% - 80.0%
ED CB MV
80.1% - 95.0%
PR VT
TS VM KU GH
Categories Mandal Name
CH Atchampet, chandralapadu,
AR Topmost
BH Veerullapadu
PO MO Bottom least
Penamaluru, Guntur,

Source: Census 2011 Vijayawada Urban

viii. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of


households with Internet in Capital Region

VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
0.2% - 0.8%
AA VR GA
0.9% - 1.5%
KR TH VU UN NA 1.6% - 2.5%
PE TA PN 2.6% - 3.5%
KA
SA MA PP GD 3.6%- 8.0%
TD VY
ME Categories Mandal Name
DU
PK TO Vijayawada Urban, Guntur,
PM Topmost
PH GU KO Vijayawada Rural
PA Veerullapadu, Pedakurapadu,
TE Vatsavai, Amruthaluru,
ED CB MV
Tsunduru, G. Konduru,
PR VT Thotlavalluru, Vatticherukuru,
TS VM KU GH Nandivada, Kolluru, Edlapadu,
Bottom least
CH Prathipadu, Mopidevi,
AR BH Atchampet, Vemuru,
PO MO Ghantasala, Chandarla Padu,
Krosuru
Source: Census 2011
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ix. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of
households with mobile phones in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 20.0% - 35.0%
ME 35.1% - 40.0%
DU
PK TO
PM 40.1% - 45.0%
PH GU KO PA 45.1% - 55.0%
TE
ED CB MV 55.1% - 70.0%
PR VT
TS VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
Guntur,
CH Penamaluru,
AR Topmost
BH Vijayawada Urban
PO MO
Ghantasala, Unguturu,
Source: Census 2011 Bottom least
Mopedidevi

x. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of households


with a cycle in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 25.0% - 30.0%
ME
DU 30.1% - 35.0%
PK TO
PM 35.1% - 40.0%
PH GU KO PA 40.1% - 45.0%
TE
ED MV 45.1% - 56.0%
CB
PR VT
VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
TS
Agiripalle, Mopidevi,
Topmost
CH Nuziveedu, Challapalle
AR BH Edlapadu, prathipadu,
Bottom least
PO MO Chandrala padu

Source: Census 2011


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DEMOGRAPHY
xi. Intra-regional variation (percentage share) of
households with car in Capital Region

Source: Census 2011

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E. Sex ratio
i. Trend of Sex ratio and Child sex ratio in Capital Region

Sex Ratio Child Sex Ratio

999
981
972

963

961

945

1991 2001 2011

Sex Ratio Child Sex Ratio

966 944 999


943 914 945

INDIA ANDHRA CAPITAL REGION

Source: Census 2011

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DEMOGRAPHY
ii. Inter - regional comparison of sex ratio

AP Capital Region 999


Mumbai (MMR) 863
Delhi (NCT- urban) 868
Hyderabad (HMDA) 954
Pune (PMRDA) 904
Bengaluru (BMRD) 922
London 1010
Vienna 1072
Shanghai 943
Tokyo (metro) 1053
Singapore 1028

Source: Mckinsey

iii. Inter - regional comparison of child sex ratio

AP Capital Region 945

Mumbai (MMR) 910

Delhi (NCT- urban) 873

Hyderabad (HMDA) 923

Pune (PMRDA) 896

Bengaluru (BMRD) 942

Source: Mckinsey

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iv. Intra-regional change of sex ratio from 1991 to 2011 in
Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN -5% - -4% 0%
KA
SA MA PP GD
TD -4% - -3% 1% - 3%
VY
ME DU -3% - -2% 4% - 6%
PK TO -2% - -1% 7% - 9%
PM
PH GU KO PA
TE Categories Mandal Name
ED CB MV Ibrahimpatnam, Pedakakani,
PR VT Amaravathi, Vastavai,
TS VM KU GH Topmost Veerullapadu, Thullur,
Kollipara, Vatticherakuru,
CH Chebrolu
AR BH Ghantasala, Movva,
PO MO Bottom least Vijayawada Rural, Mopidevi,

Source: Census 2011


kankipadu

v. Intra-regional growth rate of child sex ratio from 1991


to 2011 in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
-17% - -10%
PE TA PN KA -10% - -6%
SA MA PP GD
TD VY -6% - -4%
ME DU -4% - -1%
PK TO
PM 0%
PH GU KO PA
1% - 2%
TE
ED CB MV 2% - 4%
PR VT
VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
TS
Vastavai, thotlavalluru,
CH Topmost Kollipara, Tsundur,
AR BH kankipadu
PO MO
Source: Census 2011
Ghantasala, Movva,
Bottom least Mopidevi,Challapalle,
Nandivada

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DEMOGRAPHY
F. Literacy
i. Trend of literacy rate in Capital Region

74%

74%
Male
70%
63% Female
55%
46%

73 74 74

India AP Capital Region

1991 2001 2011

ii. Inter - regional comparison of literacy rate (%)

AP Capital Region 74
Mumbai (MMR) 89
Delhi (NCT- urban) 86
Hyderabad (HMDA) 83
Pune (PMRDA) 90
Bengaluru (BMRD) 89
London 99
Shanghai 97
Singapore 96

Source: Mckinsey
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iii. Intra-regional growth rate of literacy rate from 1991 to
2011 in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 20% - 40%
ME DU
TO 41% - 60%
PK PM
PH GU KO 61% - 80%
PA
TE 81% - 100%
ED CB MV 101% - 103%
PR VT
TS VM KU GH
Categories Mandal Name
CH Atchampet, Agiripalle,
Topmost
AR BH Krosuru
PO MO Tenali, guntur,
Bottom least
Source: Census 2011
Vijayawada Rural

iv. Intra-regional growth rate of female literacy rate from


1991 to 2011 in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA 10% - 30%
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 31% - 50%
ME DU 51% - 70%
PK TO
PM 71% - 110%
PH GU KO PA 111% - 150%
TE
ED CB MV 151% - 202%
PR VT
TS VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
Vuyyuru, Vijayawada Urban,
CH Topmost
Vijayawada Rural
AR BH
PO Amruthalur, Amaravathi,
MO Bottom least
Agiripalle
Source: Census 2011

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DEMOGRAPHY
G. Religion
i. Trend of religion in Capital Region & State
Capital Region
90.9%
Hindus
91.1%

7.3% State
Muslims
6.9% 86.9%
Hindus
1.4% 86.7%
Christians
1.8% 9.8%
Muslims
0.1% 9.3%
Others
0.2% 2.5%
Christians
3.7% 2001

0.8% 2011
Others
0.3%
Source: Census 2011

ii. Intra-regional variation of Hindus in Capital Region


VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 70% - 75%
ME DU 76% - 80%
PK TO
PM 81% - 85%
PH GU KO PA 86% - 90%
TE
ED CB MV 91% - 98%
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH
Kollur, Ghantasala,
Topmost
CH Mopidevi
AR Kanchikacherla,
BH
PO Bottom least Medikonduru,
MO Phirangipuram

Source: Census 2011


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iii. Intra-regional variation of Muslims in Capital Region

VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 0% - 5%
ME DU 6% - 10%
PK TO
PM 11% - 15%
PH GU KO PA
16% - 20%
TE
ED CB MV 21% - 25%
PR VT
VM KU GH Categories Mandal Name
TS
Kanchikacherla,
CH Topmost Medikonduru,
AR BH Phirangipuram
PO MO Ghantasala,
Bottom least
Nandivada, Mopidevi
Source: Census 2011

iv. Intra-regional variation of Christians in Capital Region

VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD 0% - 1%
TD VY 1% - 2%
ME DU 2% - 3%
PK TO
PM
PH GU KO 3% - 4%
PA
5% - 8%
TE
ED CB MV
Categories Mandal Name
PR VT
KU GH Nandivada,
TS VM Topmost
Phirangipuram,
CH Gannavaram
AR BH Bottom least Vastavai,
PO MO Chandralapadu,
Krosuru
Source: Census 2011

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DEMOGRAPHY
v. Intra-regional variation of Other religions in Capital
Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN 0.00% - 0.25%
KA
SA MA PP GD 0.26% - 0.50%
TD VY
0.51% - 0.99%
ME DU
PK TO 1.00% - 1.99%
PM
PH GU KO 2.00% - 2.99%
PA
TE
ED CB MV Categories Mandal Name
PR VT Movva,
KU GH Topmost
TS VM Vijayawada Urban,
CH Vijayawada Rural
AR BH Prathipadu,
PO Bottom least
MO Thotlavalluru,
Krosuru
Source: Census 2011

H. Community
i. Trend of SC & ST population in Capital Region
20.53%

SC
19.40%

ST
16.05%

2.93%

2.92%

3.23%

1991 2001 2011

Source: Census 2011

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ii. Intra-regional growth rate of SC population from 1991
to 2011 in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 0% - 30%
ME
DU 31% - 50%
PK TO
PM 51% - 80%
PH GU KO PA
TE 81% - 100%
ED CB MV
101% - 150%
PR VT
TS VM KU GH Catergories Mandal Name
Gannavaram,
CH Topmost
AR Tadepalle,
Source: PO
BH
MO
Phirangipuram
Ghantasala,Movva,
Census 2011 & 2001
Bottomleast
Mopidevi

iii. Intra-regional growth rate of ST population from 1991


to 2011 in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY 1% - 20%
ME -59% 21% - 40%
DU
PK TO -6% 41% - 60%
PM
PH GU KO PA -5% 61% - 100%
TE -4% 101% - 140%
ED CB MV
PR VT Mandal Name
KU GH Catergories
TS VM
Penamaluru,Vijayawada
Topmost
CH (Urban),Agiripalle
AR Pamidimukkala
BH
Source: PO MO Bottomleast
Nandivada,
Mopidevi
Census 2011 & 2009
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DEMOGRAPHY
I. Poverty
i a. Share of population i b. Number of households
residing in slums in Capital in slums in Capital
Region (Approximte) Region (Approximte)

Nuzvid 51% Nuzvid 7073

Ponnur 39% Ponnur 5221

Sattenapalli 38% Sattenapalli 4034

GMC 36% GMC 61128

Mangalagiri 33% Mangalagiri 8397

Tadepalli 28% Tadepalli 5230

Tenali 28% Tenali 11133

VMC 28% VMC 80179

Gudivada 26% Gudivada 6498

Jaggayapet 19% Jaggayapet 2082

Source: Town statement, Census 2011

ii. Intra-regional variation of below poverty line (BPL)


households in Capital Region (approximate)
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY
ME 50% - 70%
DU
PK TO 71% - 90%
PM
PH GU KO PA 91% - 110%
TE 111% - 120%
ED CB MV
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH Prathipadu,
Topmost
Vatticherukuru,
CH Thullur
AR BH Guntur,
PO MO Bottom least
Vijayawada Urban,
Vijayawada Rural

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J. Life expectancy
i. Trend of life expectancy with in Capital Region

66.9
63.4
61.8
58.4
48.8

1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


* Source:1. Sample Registration System (Various Issues)
2. Report of the Technical Group on Population Projections, - 2001-2026:
M/O Health & Family Welfare

ii. Inter - regional comparison of life expectancy in years


Figures in years

AP Capital Region 66.9


Mumbai (MMR) 68.9
Delhi (NCT- urban) 72.2
Hyderabad (HMDA) 66.9
Pune (PMRDA) 68.9
Bengaluru (BMRD) 68
London 82.69
Vienna 79.9
Shanghai 75
Tokyo (metro) 83
Singapore 82

Source:All values are respective state Life expectancy

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5. ECONOMY
A. Domestic Product
i. Domestic product of Capital Region
Primary Secondary Teritary

Total Total Total


2011-12 12125 2012-13 12643 2013-14 13963
50471 56505 64532
2014
2012 2013
11610
10676
27965 10381 33186
38958

Total
2014-15
70079 Per Capita in Rs.
16562

108066
Note:
89039
2015
78878

At current
74303

prices 16169
37348

Values in Rs. Crores 2012 2013 2014 2015

ii. Inter-regional comparison of domestic product


AP Capital Region 12

Mumbai (MMR) 209

Delhi (NCT- urban) 167

Hyderabad (HMDA) 74

Pune (PMRDA) 48

Bengaluru (BMRD) 83

All values in billion USD


Source: Mckinsey
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iii. Intra-regional variation of mandal domestic product
(MDP) in Capital Region
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA

PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD 250 - 1000
TD VY 1001 - 2500
ME
DU 2501 - 5000
PK TO
PM 5001 - 10000
PH GU KO PA
10001 - 16000
TE
ED CB MV
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH Vijayawada
Topmost Urban, Guntur,
CH Penamaluru
AR BH
PO Pedaparupudi,
MO Bottom least Mopidevi,
Veerullapadu

Source: CPO, Krishna & Guntur, Year 2013 - 14 (Rs. in Lakhs)

B. Per capita Income


i. Trend of per capita income in Capital Region
89039
78878
74303

85797 89039
80388

2012 2013 2014


Per capita in Rs.
India AP Capital Region
Per capita income at current prices for the
year 2013-14
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ECONOMY
ii. Inter-regional comparisons of percapita income

AP Capital Region 0.89

Mumbai (MMR) 5.35

Delhi (NCT- urban) 4.29

Hyderabad (HMDA) 3.29

Pune (PMRDA) 6.56

Bengaluru (BMRD) 2.75

Rs. in lakhs/ annum for the year 2014


Source: Mckinsey

iii. Intra-regional variation of per capita income in Capital


Region (in Rs.)

VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD 50000 - 80000
VY
ME 80001 - 110000
DU
PK TO 110001 - 140000
PM
PH GU KO 140001 - 170000
PA
TE 170001 - 200000
ED CB MV
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH Nandivada,
Topmost Ibrahimpatnam,
CH Medikonduru
AR BH Mangalagiri,
PO MO Bottom least Pedakakani,
Tadepalli

Year 2013

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C. Local body revenues
i. Urban local bodies revenue (in Rs. Lakhs)

20924
9596
2350
1326
651

1981

1991

2001

2011
1971

ii. Panchayat revenue (in Rs. Lakhs)


3675
1214
781
499
302
1971

1981

1991

2001

2011

Source: Concerned ULBs and DPO


(Some panchayats revenue not included)
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ECONOMY
D. Work Participation
i. Trend of work participation rate in Capital Region
1991
45.16%
44.66%
2001
42.63%

39.89%
2011

38.66%
37.03%

6.00%
5.26%
1.16%

TW MW MaW
TW: Total Workers | MW: Main Workers | MaW: Marginal Workers

ii. Intra-regional growth rate of total workers in Capital


Region from 2001-2011
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN -5%
KA
SA MA PP GD -1%
TD VY 1% - 20%
ME
DU 21% - 30%
PK TO
PM 31% - 40%
PH GU KO PA 41% - 70%
TE 71% - 93%
ED CB MV
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH Topmost
Penamaluru,
Vijayawada, Urban,
CH Vijayawada Rural
AR BH Nandivada, Kollipara,
PO Bottom least
MO Movva, Ghantasala,
Amruthalur

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iii. Intra-regional growth rate of main workers in Capital
Region from 2001-2011
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA
SA MA PP GD
TD VY
ME -25% - -15% 1% - 10%
DU -14% - -10%
PK TO 11% - 20%
PM
PH GU KO -9% - -5% 21% - 50%
PA
-4% - -1% 51% - 80%
TE
ED CB MV
Categories Mandal Name
PR VT
VM KU GH Penamaluru, Vijayawada
TS Topmost
Urban, Vijayawada Rural
CH Tsundur, Pedaparupudi,
AR BH Bottom least
Nandivada
PO MO

iv. Intra-regional growth rate of marginal workers in


Capital Region from 2001-2011
VA

JA
PG

ND MY NU
VE
BA

CA GK
AG
KK BA
AT IB BA
AA VR GA

KR TH VU UN NA
PE TA PN KA -41%
SA MA PP GD
TD VY -11%
ME 1% - 500%
DU
PK TO 501% - 1500%
PM
PH GU KO PA 1501% - 2500%
TE 2501% - 9500%
ED CB MV
PR VT Categories Mandal Name
TS VM KU GH Guntur,
Topmost
CH Vijayawada Urban,
AR BH Vijayawada Rural
PO MO Amruthalur,
Bottom least
Kollipara,
Source: Census 2011 Prathipadu

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ECONOMY
E. Employers
i. Top employers in Capital Region

RAILWAY MOHAN NSL


WAGON SPINTEX TEXTILES LTD
WORKSHOP INDIA LTD

3361 2860 2576


VISWATEJA KUSALAVA NARLA THATHA
SPINNING INTERNATIONAL RAO THERMAL
MILLS LTD LTD POWER STATION
(VTPS)

2110 1612 1560


GUNTUR
DISTRICT MILK
PRODUCERS VASANTHA
COOPERATIVE SPINNERS LTD

1520
UNION
1225
JAYPEE BALAJI KALLAM KRISHNA GANGA
CEMENT PLANT SPINNING SPINNING
MILLS LTD MILLS PVT LTD

1200 1160 1150


SRI VENKATA SRI LAKSHMI ANANTHA
SIVA PARVATHI GODAVARI LAKSHMI
SPINNING SPINNING SPINNING
MILLS PVT LTD MILLS PVT LTD MILLS PVT LTD

1120 1050 1030


Figures indicate no. of employees for the year 2015
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6. HEALTH & EDUCATION
A. Health
i. Medical facilities in Capital Region
Doctors
Type of Medical Facility Total
Male Female
Government Allopathic 233 207 440
Government Homeopathy 7 4 11
Government Ayurveda 14 22 36

36

440
14 7
22
4
233
207

Female Male Total

ii. Government Hospitals in Capital Region


GOVERNMENT MEDICAL FACILITIES (ALLOPATHIC) - 2013-14
Region Govt.
Hospitals P.H.Cs Others Total Beds
Dispensaries
CRDA Region 14 85 0 0 99 2355

iii. Private doctors in Capital Region


Total number of doctors: 1874* Doctors per 10,000 people
10

Govt.
Doctors
5.1
440
3.5 3.9
Private Doctors
1874

India AP Capital WHO


Region standards
*Doctors registered with Indian Medical Source: HLEG report, 2011, IMA,
Association (IMA, Vijayawada). Andhra Pradesh Statistics handbook. WHO.

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HEALTH & EDUCATION
B. Education
i. Schools in Capital Region
Type of School
Number Number
Number
Total of of Zilla/ Number of Number Number Number Number
of
number Govern- Mandal Residential of Private of Model of KGBV of Other Total
Muncipal
of ment Parishad Schools Schools Schools Schools Schools
Schools
schools Schools Schools

19 2645 3 1917 1 3 329 262 5179

Other
Muncipal Schools
Schools Government Schools - 19
KGBV Schools - 3
Model Schools - 1 262
329

2645
1917 Zilla/Mandal
Private Parishad
Schools Schools

Residential Schools - 3
Source: cse.ap.gov.in

ii. School teachers strength in Capital Region


Teachers strength
Primary Level Upper Level High School Level Total Teachers
Teachers Strength Teachers Strength Teachers Strength Strength
9101 6166 13435 28702

9101
Primary
13435 Level
High School
Level

6166
Upper
Primary

Source: cse.ap.gov.in

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iii. Number of students in Capital Region schools
Total Number of Students
Upper Primary
Primary School High School
School
381250 231077 151862

Primary Schools 381250

Upper Schools 231077

High Schools 151862

Source: cse.ap.gov.in

iv. Junior colleges in Capital Region


Number of Junior colleges in Capital Region Teaching strength
Government Private
Total Colleges Men Women
Colleges Colleges
409 59 350 3712 1802

350
3712

1802

59

Government Private Men Women


Colleges Colleges
Teaching staff
Junior colleges in strength
capital region

Source: cse.ap.gov.in

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HEALTH & EDUCATION
v. Medical Education in Capital Region
MD/MS/Diploma total MCH total course
Number MBBS courses (seats) (seats)
Course of Management Annual
Colleges intake Total Total
Seats Seats
courses courses

MBBS 2 Government 300 44 152 3 6

Teaching hospitals under control of directorate of Medical Education


Number of teaching hospitals Beds strength

6 1839

Dental colleges in Capital Region


Number of dental colleges Government Private Seats

2 1 1 140

Paramedical Institutes
Number of paramedicals
Total Seats
institutes

18 192

Nursing
Type Number of Institutes

School of Nursing 51

College of Nursing 31

M. Sc Nursing 2

Multipurpose health workers (MPHW) 31

Source: dme.ap.nic.in

70
529
UG & PG

66
286 UG & PG
474
MBA & MCA
252
63
Engineering
13
Law
2 MBA & MCA
60

162

Source: Statistics handbook 2013-14


Source: Statistics handbook 2013-14
B.Pharmacy
106 ITI

22
vi. Colleges in Capital Region

792
Medical
440

vii. Teaching Faculty in Colleges


B.Pharmacy

15
93
Polytechnic
43
Nursing 12
2957
Engineering
1347
8

Polytechnic

Men
104
Nursing
122
2

Law
ITI 200

Women
25

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HEALTH & EDUCATION
viii. Students strength in colleges
Men Women

UG & PG 10168 8994


MBA & MCA 5566 2877
Law 875 169
B.Pharmacy 1836 1403
Medical 1203 1670
Polytechnic 461 388
Engineering 39448 22896
Nursing 419 831
ITI 2270 82
Source: Statistics handbook 2013-14
ix. Schools/ colleges per 10,000 population in town
Primary 78
Middle 36
Secondary / matriculation 26
Senior secondary 10
College 5 Source: Census 2011

x. Universities in Capital Region


Men Women

University teaching University student


511

strength
7213

strength
1580
111

226
115

3054
105

2614

1257
981
48
KL University

Acharya
Nagarjuna
University

Vignan
University

KL University

Acharya
Nagarjuna
University

Vignan
University

Source: Statistics handbook 2013-14


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7. TRANSPORT
A. Regional road network
i. Road length in Capital Region (in kms)

2011 3401
2001 3306.6
1991 2950.1
1981 2406.6
1971 2343.8

Source: R&B, Pranchayatraj departments

ii. Road lengths (by type) in Capital Region

National Highways
3401
State Highways 3307
Major District Roads
Other District Roads 2950
494.7

856.2

857

2407
2344
1818.8

1881.6

1919.4

1902.3

1822

308.8 308.0 319.0 331.1 365

217 217 217 217 357

1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


Source: R&B, Pranchayatraj departments
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TRANSPORT
B. Vehicle registrations during the year
302.16

302158
Number of registered vehicles in 2011

36.98

7.08 5.10
0.195
1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
Vehicles in Thousands
Source: RTO, Krishna & Guntur

C. Working of APSRTC
i. RTC buses on roads in Capital Region
1689
1460

1082

796
560

1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


Source: APSRTC

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ii. RTC buses on roads in Capital Region
ITEM Capital region
Avg. no.of buses in use per day 928
Route Kms (in Lakhs)/day 7.18
Buses operated /per day 1785
Passengers carried (in Lakhs)/day 12.26
Earnings Realised
a) Passenger Earnings (Rs.in Lakhs) 185.22
b) Goods & Miscellaneous (Rs. In Lakhs) 24.81
c) Total (Rs. In Lakhs) 210.03
All values during year 2015

D. Consumption of major petroleum products in


Capital Region

465263
Diesel (in ‘000 Ltrs,)

117193.64 116102
Other Petrol (in
‘000 Ltrs,)
1091.64
Lubricants
(In ‘000 Kgs /
‘000 Ltrs)

Source: Statistics handbook 2013-14

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8. SERVICES & UTILITIES
A. Power
i. Power connections (by type) in Capital Region
Domestic Commercial Industrial
Agriculture Others

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


YEAR DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE OTHERS
1961 115510 19294 1150 6273 2532
1971 261547 40544 3163 18794 4686
1981 373494 56132 4873 27132 6300
1991 576487 80775 7810 40613 8832
2001 956173 120455 12390 61091 12990
2011 1367673 165533 16396 82320 18999

ii. Agriculture Consumption & Demand


55.491

79.570

Consumption Demand
18.522

33.257
9.499

19.695
13.021
3.932

5.041
0.473

1.367
0.148

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011
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iii. Industrial Consumption & Demand

241.874
Consumption Demand

138.604
637.455
314.909

85.364
52.550
131.966

25.818
45.071

10.632
14.486
5.809

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011

iv. Commercial Consumption & Demand


Consumption Demand
39.963

89.022
53.652
20.048

33.072
10.712

22.061
16.449
6.724

10.248
5.151
3.404

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011

v. Domestic Consumption & Demand


Consumption Demand
287.373
172.094
155.967
76.217

97.495
39.062

59.061
31.153
19.202

15.657
5.906
2.594

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011

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SERVICES & UTILITIES
vi. Total Consumption & Demand

1001.166
Consumption
Demand

736.360
440.923
446.083
264.035
194.784
162.974
92.329

76.978
44.243

28.606
13.038

1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


Source: APSPDCL, Krishna & Guntur Districts Consumption in MU Demand
in Mw/Kwh

B. Tax collection
i. Number of assessments in ULBS
462799

242500

58972

Property Water Trade


Tax Charges License
78
ii. Collection of taxes (by type) in ULBs
13482.7

ULBs collection (Lakhs)

Property Tax
Water Charges
Trade License

579.8
3403.37
6843.08
2188.77

1492.37

320.61
187.94
6639.65

1351.84

339.79
1145.77

2257.62
1152.57
836.93

658.61
391.86

Current Arrears Current Arrears Current 338


Arrears
Demand Collection Balance
Sources: urban.ap.gov.in

C. Communications
i. Post offices in Capital Region

651
Branch
Offices

150 144
Other Sub-
Offices Offices Head Post
6 Offices

Source: Handbook of Statistics: (2013 - 14)

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SERVICES & UTILITIES
ii. Telephone exchanges in Capital Region
446

208

26

Telegraph No. of No.of Mobile Source:


offices exchanges Towers
Handbook of Statistics

D. Street lights and Per capita streetlights in ULBs


Total No.of Street Lights Available
Population per street light

Vijayawada 30641 34

Guntur 26811 28

Tenali 5799 28

Ponnur 4443 13

Gudivada 4047 29

Mangalagiri 3262 23

Nuzvid 2782 21

Sattenapalli 2538 22

Tadepalli 2278 24

Jaggayapet 2185 24

Nandigama 2052 22

Vuyyuru 1726 22

Source: urban.ap.gov.in
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E. Waste water
i. Pucca drains in ULBs
2011 2731
2001 1938
1991 1292
1981 770
1971 500
Note: Values in kms

ii. Number of underground connections in ULBs


2011 62877
2001 30654
1991 18406
1981 13975
1971 5600
Note: Values in Numbers

iii. Treatment capacity in ULBs


2011 233
2001 231
1991 78
1981 78
1971 28

Note: Values in million litres per day (MLD)

iv. Length of drains in panchayats


12642
1787
1175
966
621

1971 1981 1991 2001 2011


Note: Values in kms
Source: Concerned ULBs, DPO.

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MANDAL CODES
Mandal Name Code Mandal Name Code
Agiripalle AG Nandivada NA
Amaravathi AA Nuzvid NU
Amruthalur AR Pamarru PM
Atchampet AT Pamidimukkala PA
Bapulapadu BA Pedakakani PK
Bhattiprolu BH Pedakurapadu PE
Challapalle CH Pedaparupudi PP
Chandarlapadu CA Penamaluru PN
Chebrolu CB Penuganchiprolu PG
Duggirala DU Phirangipuram PH
Edlapadu ED Ponnur PO
G.Konduru GK Prathipadu PR
Gannavaram GA Sattenapalle SA
Ghantasala GH Tadepalle TA
Gudivada GD Tadikonda TD
Guntur GU Tenali TE
Ibrahimpatnam IB Thotlavalluru TO
Jaggayyapeta JA Thullur TH
Kanchikacherla KK Tsundur TS
Kankipadu KA Unguturu UN
Kollipara KO Vatsavai VA
Kollur KU Vatticherukuru VT
Krosuru KR Veerullapadu VE
Mangalagiri MA Vemuru VM
Medikonduru ME Vijayawada (Rural) VU
Mopidevi MO Vijayawada (Urban) VR
Movva MV Vuyyuru VY
Mylavaram MY
Nandigama ND

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This Fact book provides you with extensive information on the Capital
Region. The book was made possible by the following people. We
wish to acknowledge their untiring efforts and their substantial
contribution.

APCRDA Team
Dr. Sreedhar Cherukuri, IAS, Commissioner APCRDA
Sri. V. Rama Manohar, IRAS, Group Director, Finance

Sri R. Rama Krishna Rao, Director, Planning


Sri V. Ramudu, Director, Development Control
Sri Y. Nagireddy, Director, Economic Development
Sri S Srinivas Jeevan, Joint Director, Communications
Sri. V.V.L.N. Sarma, Principal Planner, Planning
Sri. G. Nageswara Rao, Planning officer
Sri. Sidharth Ganesh, EA to Commissioner
Dr. N. Srinivas, Statistician
G. Phani Kumar, Asst. EE

GIS Team
GIS & Remote Sensing Assistants:
Mrs. P. Neelarani
Ms. M. Sowjanya
Mr. A. Srikar

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DESIGN: OTS

ANDHRA PRADESH
CAPITAL REGION DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Lenin Center, Governor Pet, Vijayawada - 520002
Andhra Pradesh - India.
Phone : +91-866-2577475 | Fax : +91-866-2577357
www.crda.ap.gov.in | e-mail: crda@ap.gov.in
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