INDUSTRIAL PROFILE OF MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT

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1. District Maps 2. INTRODUCTION 3. INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO 4. RESOURCES

5. INFRASTRUCTURE 6. PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES 7. STEPS FOR STARTING AN INDUSTRY
8. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

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MANDALS OF MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT

Mandal Mandal Code Name 1 KODANGAL 2 BOMRASPETA 3 KOSGI 4 DOULATABAD 5 DAMARAGIDDA 6 MADDUR 7 KOILKONDA 8 HANWADA 9 NAWABPET 10 BALANAGAR 11 KONDURG 12 FAROOQNAGAR 13 KOTHUR 14 KESHAMPETA 15 TALAKONDAPALLE 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 AMANGAL MADGUL VANGOOR VELDANDA KALWAKURTHY MIDJIL THIMMAJIPETA

Mandal Mandal Code Name 23 JADCHERLA 24 BHOOTHPUR 25 MAHBUBNAGAR 26 ADDAKAL 27 DEVARKADARA 28 DHANWADA 29 NARAYANPET 30 UTKOOR 31 MAGANOOR 32 MAKTHAL 33 NARVA CHINNA CHINTA 34 KUNTA 35 ATMAKUR 36 KOTHAKOTA 37 PEDDAMANDADI 38 GHANPUR 39 BIJINAPALLE NAGAR 40 KURNOOL 41 TADOOR 42 TELKAPALLE

Mandal Mandal Code Name 43 UPPUNUNTHALA 44 ACHAMPETA 45 AMRABAD 46 BALMOOR 47 LINGAL 48 PEDDAKOTHAPALLE 49 KODAIR 50 GOPALPETA 51 WANAPARTHY 52 PANGAL 53 PEBBAIR 54 GADWAL 55 DHARUR 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 MALDAKAL GHATTU AIZA WADDEPALLE ITIKYAL MANOPADU ALAMPUR VEEPANGANDLA ,KOLLAPUR

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Gadwal and Tippadampally which are noted for their silk ands Zari sarees and having command on the good market through out the country. district and Nalgonda districts. Developed physical and financial infrastructural facilities. Lime Stone. The minerals found in the district are Stone Metal. Power supply position is satisfactory and out of 1544 villages 1475 villages are electrified. attractive incentives and concessions. Shabad stones. National Higfh way No. the district is poised for rapid industrial strides. A Broad Gauge Railway line links the district to Hyderabad Guntakal. Active efforts are on the anvil to industrialise the district by harnessing the locally available agricultural. The Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers flow through the district. The district is well known for artistic silk sarees of Nrayanpet. mineral. Laterite. INTRODUCTION Mahabubnagar District is bounded on the North by R.1. on the East by Guntur and Nalgonda Districts on the south by rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra and on the West by Raichur and Gulbarga Districts of Karnataka State. The economy of the district is predominantly on agriculture. Rain Fall Normal (mm) Actual (mm) 1998 1999 2000 II. feldspar and Quartz.7 links in the district to Nagapur and Banglore. Hubli and Tirupathi.R. Black and colour granite sand.Kothkota. forest and livestock resources. Latitutde 604 781 438 658 16 17’ N 6 . a) Revised from 754 mm for 2000-2001) III.

KMs NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 18.81.44 C and minimum 19 C .346 23 1.515 7 .544 1.NO.OF JB HABITATIONS MUNICPALITIES MUNCIPAL WARDS TOWNS GRAMPANCHAYATS NOTIFIED NON-NOTIFIED SQ.27. ITEM UNIT 2000-2001 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 GEOGRAPHICAL AREA REVENUE DIVISIONS REVENUE MANDALS/MPPS TOTAL NO. 77 79’ E The climate of the District is generally hot.24 C in the Winter months.323 2 POPULATION 2001 CENSUS (PROVISIONAL) MALES FEMALES NO NO 17.496 4 96 11 1. MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT AT A GLANCE 2000-2001 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… SI. rainfall and altitude. The average maximum temperature in the summer months varies between 40 C . Keeping in view the climate the general characterstics of the District is drought effected phenomenon.475 69 2.OF VILLAGES INHABITED CENSUS VILLAGES UN-INHABITED VILLAGES NO. there is a scope of horticulture crops.667 17.432 5 64 1. Mahabubnagar District is categorized under Southern Telangana Agro Climatic Zone of Andhra Pradesh basing on soil type. As a result more than 80% of land is under sandy loam and sandy soils.Longitude CLIMATE.

81.89.09.619 15.2815 1. RAINFALL (2001-2002) NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE YEAR MM 604.TOTAL LITERATES A) MALES B) FEMALES NO 35.062 NO.086 86.717 16. LAND HOLDINGS (WORLD AGRICULTURE CENSUS 1995-96) SC 63.288 6.251 TYPE OF WORKERS MAIN WORKERS CULTIVATORS AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS OTHER WORKERS NON WORKERS HHI WORKERS NO NO NO NO NO NO 3 AGRICULTURE A.626 1.791 ST 22.57.077 4.712 RABI 9.182 NO NO TOTAL 8.05.56.686 1. NET AREA IRRIGATED (ACRES 2000-2001) CANALS TANKS TUBE-WELLS NO 6 4.127 6.063 14.78.546 26.045 4.OF SMALL FARMERS NO.393 8 .617 14.4120 17.251 5.92.063 ALL 29.0 B.084 68.544 12.75.77.56.034 40.085 7.15. OF MARGINAL FARMERS NO.933 52. OF OTHER FARMERS TOTAL C.047 KHARIF 34.75.586 16.986 13.

CASTOR 5.554 8.528 2.183 15. LAND UTILISATION (ACRES) 2000-2001 1.00 4.142 45.18.43.499 .955 22.179 9.525 1.58.111 7. MAIZE 1. NET AREA SOWN 10.918 65.469 4.431 RABI QTY(LAKH) 1.66.392 4.166 3. TOTAL CROPPED AREA20. GROUNDNUT 1.347 0.97.77.97. CATTLE 2. PULSES 2.94.645 34.70 1.59. OTHER FALLOW LANDS 8. BARREN AND UNCULTIVABLE LAND 3. SUN FLOWER 19.471 F LIVE STOCK CENSUS 1999 1. BUFFALLOWS 3. MISCELLANCEOUS TREE CROPS 6.70 26.467 0. CULTIVABLE WASTE 7. GOATS NO NO NO NO 9 3.199 1.27.00 1..52.059 8. JAWAR 3. IMPORTANT CROPS (ACRES) 2000-2001 KHARIF 1.922 2. PADDY 2.606 0.14. 19. GEOGRAPHICAL AREA 6.678 D. LAND PUT TO NON-AGRIL-USE 4.813 8.67.226 3.30 4. BAJRA 44.OTHER WELLS TOTAL 92.630 27.815 1. RAGI 33.88. SHEEP 4.489 0.265 2.622 E.53.798 2.11. CURRENT FALLOWS 9. PERMANENT PASTURES AND OTHER GRAZING LANDS 5.36.37.589 6.591 ….64.533 62.562 1.05 1.030 10.647 14.191 7.30 96.22.19.46. FOREST 2.89.854 5.24.486 2.00 2.

B. UNANI DISPENSARIES 12. GENERAL HOSPITALS 2.475 11 100 66.12. NO. VET. SUB. SHEEP DEVELOPMENT UNIT NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 1 11 92 197 1 7 333 1 H.CLINICS 7. NO.OF BEDS 8. PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES 5. PERCENTAGE OF ELECTIFICATION 4. T. CENTRES 6. POULTRY NO 32. NO.597 G. OF DOCTORS 9. IMPROVED CHULLAS NO NO NO NO NO NO 1. MILK COLLECTION CENTRES 8. LIVE STOCK UNITS 4. RENDERPEST INSTITUTIONS 6. MEDICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH 1. AYURVEDIC DISPENSARIES 11. RURAL LIVE STOCK UNITS 5. HOMEOPATHI DISPENSARIES NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 1 18 6 75 539 7 1492 150 1 43 20 9 I.5. POLYCLINIC 2. BIOGAS PLANTS SETUP 6.OF TOWNS ELECTRIFIED 3.20. NO. TALUK HOSPITALS 3. HOSPITALS 3. MILK CHILLING CENTRES 7.516 10 . PUMP SETS ENERGISED 5. ENERGY 1. VET. LEPROSOY&CONTROL UNITS 4.OF VILLAGES ELECTRIFIED 2.081 1. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 1. MOBILE MEDICAL VAN 10.623 3.

OF DWCRA GROUPS FORMED 4 45 16970 254550 82578 11 2394 2. EMPLOYMENT. NO.OF CMEY GROUPS FORMED VIII. NO.OF CPWS SCHEME 2) INDIVIDUAL PWA SCHEMS O 1.DRINKING WATER 539 3373 5 1788 15088 a) NO. NO.J. CAUSE WAYS AND OTHER C.D WORKS NO N.OF COMMUNITY PROTECTED WATER SUPPLY SCHEMES (CPWSS) c) PROTECTED WATER SUPPLY SCHEMES d) NO OF HAND PUMPS e) SRI SATYA SAI PROJECTS 1) NO.OF ICDS PROJECTS M. NO. SI No Category SCs 1 2 3 4 5 SSC Intermediate Graduates Stenographers Typists 12542 5028 284 37 304 LIVE REGISTER STs 3971 764 101 01 29 BCs 42478 12210 1643 582 1140 Total 79881 22712 9402 975 3521 11 .OF VSS FORMED L.OF VILLAGES/ HABITATIONS b) NO. ROADS AND BUILDINGS a. TOTAL MEMBERS K.

T.P.. RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS 16. JUNIOR COLLEGES 6. COLLEGES OF EDUCATION 9. GOVT. MEDICAL COLLEGE 14.POLYTECHNIC COLLEGES 11.S. HIGH SCHOOL ATTACHED TO JUNIOR COLLEGES 5..R. CHILD LABOUR SCHOOLS NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 2254 596 480 11 33 10 2 5 19 2 1 6 1 5 16 99 40 COMMUNICATIONS : 12 . I.I. TTC LCE/DCEs LME/DMEs LEE/DEEs Other Eng. POST GRADUATE CENTRES 8. PRIMARY SCHOOLS (DPEP 313) 2.6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 B. COLLEGES 15. EARLY CHILD HOOD CENTRES 17. illiterates Total 184 140 54 28 25 82 539 762 762 21693 30 12 31 8 12 06 199 507 507 6027 1536 647 243 106 190 14 620 2381 2381 70341 3509 1501 518 290 340 334 5009 7986 9096 147154 VIII. Applicants Literates. ENGINEERING COLLEGES 13. EDUCATION.Eds. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 1.Jr. Dips ITI/NAC Application Other Edu. A. DEGREE COLLEGES 7. HIGH SCHOOLS 4.s 10. DIET COLLEGE 12.W. UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS 3.

Roads Other District Roads 1261 Km : : : : 197 Km 1290 Km National Highway State Highway Z. Branch Office : Grameena Bank Branches (Sangameshwara): 130 19 1 72 : : 1 4 INDUSTRIES Large and Medium Industries (TOTAL): 47 Working Non Working 13 35 12 .F. Roads Other District Roads Length of Railway line Post Offices : : 195 Km 796 INFRASTRUCTURE Industrial Estates Industrial Development Area FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS Commercial Bank Branches : Coop. Central Bank Branches : A.C.National Highway State Highway 695 Km Z.P.P.P. S.

8. M/s Hyderabad Industries Ltd. Farooqnagar (M) M/s G.B. SL. Kothur (M).. Rangareddyguda (V).Kothur(M) M/s Venkateshwara Hatcheries Ltd.(Egg.L.Farooqnagar (M) M/s Axian Vinyl Products (P) Ltd. 4. Rexine Egg Powder Optical Fibre Bundle & Cables Readymade Dresses Woolen Blankets .Kothur (M) M/s Pitti Laminations (P) Ltd. Thimmapur 9V). Nandigoan(V). thimmapur(V). 15.Laminations & Stampings HDPE Woven socks Foam Leather. Kothur (M). 3. 12. (chemical divn.. M/s M/s Binjrajka Steel tubes Ltd. 1..770 3..Divin) Veljerla (V).563 II.Kothur (M). Kothur (V&M) M/s Jain Marble Udyog Ltd. Kothur (V&M) M/s Binju Metal & Alloys (P) Ltd. Chilkamarri (V). 11. Nandigoan(V).. 14 LINE OF ACTIVITY Fibre Glass Ceramic Ware Hot Rolled Coil M..) Mekaguda (V).Steel Castings Cutting & Polishing of Marble Stones Bulk Drugs Power electronic products Pre fabricated building Panels Vanaspathi refined Elecl.NO . Thimmapur (V)... 2. M/s H. 6. 14. INDUSTRIAL SCENARIO OF THE DISTRICT LIST OF LARGE AND MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES WORKING IN THE DISTRICT.Balanagar( M) M/s Suvarna Apparel & Fashion Exports Ltd..Cables Ltd. Nandigoan(V).. 16. 10..Kothur(M) M/s Vijaya Packaging Systems Ltd. 7. Balanagar(V&M).. Balanagar (V&M) M/s Tirumala Seung Han Textiles Ltd. M/s Kedia Vanaspathu Ltd. Kothur (V&M)..Small Scale Industries (TOTAL) Small scale Industries :(Regd) : 10. 5..207 Small Scale Industries: (Un Regd) : 7.. Thimmapur(V). M/s Vijaya Porcelene Industries Ltd. 13. M/s Natco Pharma Ltd.Kothur (M). 99/A. Nife Power Systems Ltd. Kothur(M). 9.UNIT WITH ADDRESS M/s Saint Gobain Vitrotex Ltd. NAME OF THE INDL..R.

I. Mahabubnagar (M) M/s Surya Jyothi Spinning Mills Ltd.Balanagar(M) M/s Amit Cottons Ltd. 35. 32. 20.Balanagar(M). Kothur (V&M) Cotton yarn Cotton yarn Woven Sacks Fully Pressed Cotton Bales Cotton Yarn . Gunded (V).Kalwakurthy(M) M/s Suryalaxmi Cotton Mills Ltd.Coop..Manopad(M) M/s Parimala Paper & Boards (P)Ltd.Kothur(M) M/s Tirupathi Udyog Ltd.T..Textiles Ltd. 30. Balanagar(M) M/s Surya Laxmi Cotton Mills. 28.Kothur M/s Uttara Foods & Feeds (P) Ltd.. Marchala..N.. Burgula (V). M/s Indu Spin Industries Ltd. Amangal (V&M) M/s Surya Jyothi Spinning Mills Ltd.D.P.A. 25. Kothur (V&M) M/s Marwel Waves Rangapur(V).Kothur(M) M/s Sharp Organics (P) Ltd. Nandigoan(V). Sy... 24.118. Beechupally(V). thimmapur (V)... 21... (V)(. Gundlapotlapally(V). 26. Burgula (V).Oil seeds Growers Federation Ltd. 22. 34.Kothur(M). 23. rangapur(V). Mahabubnagar Town M/s surya Latha spinning Mills Ltd. 33..17.No... 29. Blended Yarn Cotton Yarn Synthetic Yarn cotton Yarn Spinning of Yarn Fibre & Yarn Dyeing Cotton & Manmade Fibre Yarn Processing of Groundnut Oil Pharmaceutial Formulations Grey Cloth Albendazole Fenbendazole Steel Ingots & Re-rolling Poultry Feed Craft Paper Refined Oil Steel Pipes 15 . 18.Kothur(M) M/s Lohia Trading Company. Mudireddypally (V).Itikyal(M) M/s Natco Pharma Ltd. Pullur (V). Yedira (V).. 19... Makthal (V&M) M/s A.Balanagar(M) M/s Salguti Plastics Ltd. M/s Binjrajka steel Tubes Ltd. balanagar (M) M/s Suryalaxmi Cotton Mills Ltd. 31. M/s G. 27.

Anand.D M/s Cosmo Boverages Ltd.Director) M/s J..NO . Penjerla Rd. Balanagar Mdl (Dominic. Kothur Vlg. Mg. Mg.Director) M/s Anu’s Laboratoties.C) M/s Plastic Lamicoats. I.C.Micro Comporation.. UNITS IN MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT SL. Shadnagar Mdl.Baliguddin. Kothur Mdl.Director) M/s Gipex Ltd.D. Mg..D) M/s Vinyl Chemicals. Gowthapur Vlg.Roy. M. Farooqnagar Mdl (Sri Hari Babu. 16 LINE OF ACTIVITY P.Ltd. (Sri Ashok Kumar Kedia CMD) M/s PVC Polymers.Hanumanth Rao. Mg.S. Rangareddyguda Vlg. Mg. IDA. Kothur M/s Anand Ispat Udyogs. (Jameel Ahamed.. (Sri Vijaya Sangavi.. (Sri Mohd. NAME OF THE INDL.. Thimmapur Vlg. Kothur (Sri Vijaykumar) M/s Naresh Textiles. (Sri Kishan Agarwal . M. Ch. Kothur Mdl..J..P.D.UNIT AND ADDRESS M/s Telangana Power Poles Ltd. J. Burugula Vlg.C. Nandigoan Vlg Kothur Mdl.Raju. kothur Mdl. Chief Promoter) M/s Vivek Textiles.V..A. M.. Kothur Mdl...I.Director) M/s Jyothi Laboratories. Kothur Mdl. Kothur (Sri Rajakumar Reddy.. 1.Poles 2 Drug Intermediate Organic & inorganic bye products 3 4 Foods & Feeds 5 6 7 8 9 10 Granite cutting & polishing Steel Re rolling Mineral Water Amino thic phenol Methyl chloro Acctate Cylinders Mfg.A. Vlg.C. Kothur Mdl. Director M/s Vinyak Steel Ltd. Nandigoan Vlg. S.Balanagar Mdl.Director) M/s Hyderabad Cylinders. Kothur Mdl (Sri Ramohan Rao.Rajamahendra Reddy. IDA.S. Chilkamarri. I. (Sri K. (Sri Vinodkumar Kedia. P. G...D M/s Corey Organics Ltd.M) M/s Vishnu Granities Ltd. Thimmapur Vlg.G. Kothur (D. (Sri B. Teegapur Vlg.Kothur. M/s Sri Navadurga Textile processers Pvt. Thimmapur Vlg. Melatic stearates PVC Starilizers Dying & Printing for PVC Rollers for Rice Mills Pesticids formulation Proccessing Felspar PVC Film & Rexine 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Liquid Whitener Cotton Printing & Dying Steel Re-roling Printing & Dying . (M. Director) M/s Venkateshwara Foods & Feeds. Mg.Dhargh Rd.Executive) M/s Rhyme Organics.

L.G. Prop.Director) M/s Kagna Polymers(P) Ltd. Mdl. Sri Ghansham Das.Cylinders(P) Ltd. Gadwal Mdl (Sri Ramana Reddy) M/s Tulsi Refactaries. stressed concrete pipes HDPE and LDPE 24 25 26 27 28 Pharmaceuticals Formulation Detergent Cake Cottonsce processing 29 30 31 32 Fire clay bricks Boiled rice 33 34 Milling of paddy L. Penjerla Rd.No. Nandigoan.Part. Nandigoan.Raghuramulu.Director) 17 21 22 23 Welding Fluxes Women Sokes Pulvarising of Mineral Powder Ceramic Wares Cpmputer Stationery Prc. Vlg. Maganoor (V&M) (Sri Sakaleshwar Reddy..Director) M/s Sri Venkateshwara Plastics. Mg.Vlg Kothur Mdl. (Sri Sanjaykumar Jain.Bonds.Prop) M/s Vijaya Packing System.Partner) M/s Sri Jayalaxmi Seed Proceessing.) M/s I.7. (Sri Vijaya Sanghvi. Ekrajguida.M. Chilkamarri Rd.Vlg.V. Raikal Vlg. Amangal. Kothur. New Gunj. (Sri G.Rao. Kothur Mdl. Kothur (V*M) D. Earnapally Vlg. Shadnagar. Kothur (Sri Manoj Tapadia.. Vlg. Mg. Kodangal.K..Partner) M/s Gem Cermic. Kodangal (Sri Venkatrami Reddy.) M/s R.. Kalwakurthy (J.. Nandogoan Vlg. Kothur (Sri B. Mg..P..Savitharani. M/s Hanuman Pulvrising. Nagar kurnool Rd.S. Cylinders 35 Portland Cement tubes & Flaps Tubs & Flaps 36 .C. Mdl.N. Kothur Mdl Adesives Rubber (Sri M. Vlg.Rd. Mg.) M/s Sadgura Raghavendra Paraboiled Inds.H. Kothur Mdl. Mg. Director) M/s K. (Chandrakanth Agarwal. (Sri Bhavendas Malani.Vedala.Director) M/s Lavanya Cements (P) Ltd.PSC Pipes(p) Ltd.55. (Sri Venkatanarayana Reddy Prop) M/s Biotech Medicals (P) Ltd. Partner M/s Tapadia Subarc.Chandra mouli. Kothur Mdl (Sri Shivashankar Reddy) M/s Maruthi Inds. Sy. Managing Director M/s V. Mg. Thimmapur. Mg.. N.partner) M/s Dhanalaxmi Inds. (Sri Rajaram.R. Prop.L. Mg. Hyd. Kosgi(V&M) (CH.20 Nandigoan Vlg.. Jammeched. Yelekatta Vlg.T.. Penjarla Rd.V.Detergents. IDA.Sureshlal.

Sy.) M/s K.Director) M/s Poolla Chemicals (P) Ltd.Pertner) M/s Kurnool Cylinders (P) Ltd. Mg.Director) M/s Laxmi Agro Chemicals(P) Ltd.Rajendra Reddy. Greyoxide. Wanaparthy (Sri K. Moosapet(Po) Addakal.Subramanyam. Mahabubnagar.kothur(V&M) (Sri B. Jadcherla. Sy.Kothur(V*M) (Sri Subramanyam Reddy. Mdl. Granulated Litherge&Lead alloys pesticides & Farmulations Fibreglass chop stads mat & Fibre glass roofing sheets Granite cutting & polishing Granite cutting & polishing HDPE pipes & Fittings 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 M/s Padmavathi Granites. Thimmapur.Jadcherla (Sri P.No.No. Sec.Mdl.Vlg. Palkonda.C.Mdl.Srinivasa Sagar. IDA..(Sri P. (Sri G.partner) M/s Kishoresons Surfactsnts.Raman Goud. Thimmapur. Sankalamaddi.Director) Sweet & Salt Biscuit Acid Slurry Spent Sulfuric Acid Handmade paper & Allied products. Sy. Kothur.Prakash. Mg.K.Director) M/s Hi-Tech Fibre Glass Mattings (P) Ltd.Prop. Society. Farooqnagar.. Kothur. Mg..No.) M/s Laxmi Granities Sy. Kurnool Rd. Bhootpur(V&M) (Sri Madhava Reddy) 18 Disposable plastic cups and glass Empty LPG Cylinders & Allied products Pesticides & Farmulations Seed processing Poultry feed .. Mdl... (Sri Venkat Raju) M/s Raja Rajeshwari poultry feed.Director) M/s Sri Sai Plastic Inds.Partner) M/s Gupta Rural Dev.M.Prop. Bhureddy pally. Mdl. (Sri B. Indl.No.Director) M/s Nuziveedu Seed processing unit.62/1.Prakash.Vlg. Jadcherla.Polymers(P) Ltd. Mg. (Sri K. Mg.. Bhureddy pally. Prop.Vlg. Nandigoan. Pinjerla Rd. Mdl.Srivasthava. Srinivasapur Vlg. Mg.37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 M/s Sri Ayyappa Food Inds.K. Kothur (Sri Gouthamchand Jain. Mg. Toilet Soaps Plastic pots mfg. (Goutham Chand Jain.106.Vlg. Gen.Vlg..Janardhan Reddy.No.Sarath Babu Reddy.62/1.157.) M/s Viswajit Chemicals Ltd. Mg. (Sri Kaliraj.Mdl. Mg. Sy. (Sri Azam Mohinuddin.. (Sri P.Director) M/s Sri Sai Ram Plastics. Lingareddyfuda. IDA.495.Vlg. Kothur(V&M) (Sri R. Kothur.) M/s Kishore Sons Toiletries.. Mg.

. IDA Kothur (Sri Mahendra prasad Agarwal) M/s Thandur Cements. Mahabubnagar (Sri Rami Reddy) M/s Naresh Paraboiled Rice Mill. Vlg.Ravinder Reddy) M/s Adarsha paper Industries. IDA.. Nandigoan Vlg. Agricultural implements Parboiled Rice Mills Finyal Diastase & other enjymes wire drawing (MS/HB) Neem Seed oil Cake Mineral water Multilayer poly films bags polythene films Dying/printing of cloth Ordinary portland cement mfg. Mahabubnagar (Sri Sheshagiri Rao) M/s Sri Raghavendra Plasticized Ltd.Salaiah) M/s Sri Balaji Plastic Industries. Gadwal. Co. (Sri Shankarlal panwar) M/s Vidyadhari Neam extracts. Nandigama. Bhoothpur (V&M) (Sri E. Udimeshwaram Vlg.Satyanarayana) M/s Vijaya Laxmi poly films. Vlg. Nandigoan Vlg.Surya prakash Goud) M/s Mahendra Textiles Industries.Venkata Ramana) M/s K.Vlg. Beechupally Vlg. Kothur Mdl. (Sri Sathyanarayana) M/s Jas theraputicr. ( Sri A. Jadcherla (Sri O. Bulk drug formulation Corrugated Box Industrial Adhesives Mfg. Thimmapur M/s Super Tech Industries. Gadwal Mdl. Jadcherla (Sri G..Kothur (Sri Venkata Raju) M/s Om Polymers. IDA.Omkar Murthy) M/s Abhishek Re-rolling Mills. Ltd.Agarwal) 19 Pesticides Mfg. Macharam Vlg.53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 M/s Vepco Bio-Tech Ltd. Kothur (Sri I. Kalwakurthy (Sri Y. Kothur Mdl. IDA. Burgula.Rounds/Tai steeels Steel Re-rolling 72 73 .N. Kothur (Sri Ravi Rao) Jatan packaging Industries.S. (Sri Srinivas) M/s Sravanthi Beverage. Jammiched. Thimmapur (Sri Ayub Khan) M/s Sri Rama Engg. IDA. (Sri Balaji Reddy) M/s Sai Detergents.K. ( Sri Shyam Sunder Agrwal) M/s Rayalaseema Steel Re rolling Mills.Mdl. Shadnagar Mdl. Kothur. IDA.Bio-Tech. (Sri K. Kodangal Mdl. Detergent cake LDPE pipe/HDPE pipes Handmade papers Chlorinated paraffin wax/ Hydro chlorie acid Steel Re-rolling M. Kothur (Sri Ranga Rao) M/s Satguru Industries. unit Cosmotics Mfg. IDA..Kothur (Sri Sudhakar) M/s Gireesha Industries.

Thimmapur Vlg.Daftari) Barium carbonate Sodium sulphite Dall Milling Dall Milling Seed processing 20 . Narayanpet (Sri Ghan Shyam Das Dhanak) M/s Daftari Seed processing. (Sri M. Jainallypur Vlg. Mahabubnagar (Sri Goud) M/s Venkateshwara Dall Mill. Kothur Mdl.74 75 76 77 M/s Venkateshwara Chemicals. Kodangal (Sri Damodhar Reddy) M/s Dhanak Industries.

Aaya Cut ------------ Kharif -------------- Rabi ---------1100 -67 Total -----------1100 -67 Koilsagar 11. Koilsagar. 2.171 Aaya Cut Koilsagar Saralasagar Oocachettu Vagu The district has 45 to 50 thousand dug wells based on present the draft and recharge pattern of ground water. 4. HORTICULTURE. Saralasagar and Oocacheettu vagu are the minor irrigation sources covering an Ayacut to the extent of 11. Name of project --------.CHAPTER. The fruit and vegetable crops developed by providing advanced farm techniques.700 .185 and 5. The district from the Rajolibanda diversion scheme classified to irrigate about 30. IRRIGATION.171 acres respectively.185 Oocachettu Vagu 5.------------------1. 3.No. 21 .000 acres of land. II.700 Saralasagar 4. The ground water up to 20 meters is considered to be a volume of nearly 646 MCM and it can be exploited by digging deep wells to supplement the irrigation needs by hand pump. S. the Priyadarshini Jurala Project is the Major Irrigation.II (Resources) I. the district is identified as a Major potential area for horticulture.

Santinagar. 6.Deverkadra 17.Peddakothapally. 22. 13.Kunta. Citrus Guava Sapota Grapes Papaya Fig FLOWERS Roses Jasmines Crossand ra Chrysant hemum 1. 3. 9.Maldakal.Wanaparthy.Balamoor.Itikyala.Peddakothapally.Gadwal. 5.Wepanagandla. 9. 12. 25.Kothur. 4. 1.a) Gadwal.Kosgi.Fruits Mango Mandal where available 1. 9.Jadcherla 16.Amangal. 3. 16.Kodair.Nagarkurnool.Gadwal. 6.Midjil 1.Hanwada.Amanagal. d) Dharur 1.Amangal 7. 27. 2.Kothur.Pebbair.Talakondapally.Alampur 1.Balanagar.Dhamkur.2. 1. 13.Gadwal.Balanagar 6.Kollapur. 21. 4. 2.Midjil. 3. b) Ieeja c) Maldakal.Kodangal. of the larger areas in the following mandals……. 5. 2.Hanwada. 3.Gadwal. 8.C. 6.Nagarkurnool 6.Jadcherla 1.Waddepally. 20.Gadwal. Amangal. 3.Kondurg 26.Kothur. 4. 18.Kollapur.Kunta of these larger areas are 8in the following mandals…. 7. 5. 4. a) Balanagar b) Kollapur c) Jadcherla d) Peddakothapally e) Shadnagar f) Kalwakurthy ) Kothur. 3.Bijinepally. 7. 2.Gattu.Deverkadra.Shadnagar. 3.Ieeja. 3.Kothur.C. 15.C. 2.Narayanpet. 3.Kalwakurthy. 24. 14.Mahabubnagar. 5.Kodangal.Maldakal.Darur.Peddakothapally. 17. 11. 11.Kodangal. 12.Shadnagar. 3. 8. 4.Waddepally 1.Pebbair 22 . 1. 5.Maldakal 6. 7. 8.Ieeja..Hanwada. 2.Kothakota.Kollapur. 5. Kosgi.Kollapur.Dhanwada. 4.Waddepally.Vangoor.Maldakal. 4. 3. 8. 14. 7.Kothur.Atmakur.Kondurg. 4.Jadcherla. 5.Achampet.Shadnagar. 15.Kothur. 19.Balanagar. 2.Shadnagar.Shadnagar.Weepangandla. 5. 2.Keshampet. 10.Gopalpet.Wanaparthy. 6.Devarkadra.Dharur.Tadur.Kothur. 23.Amangal.Waddepally.Jadcherla.Balanagar. 5. 6. 10.Maldhakal. 2. 4. 4.C.Balanagar. 2. h) Kodnagal 1.Balanagar.Jadcherla.

Kothur. 7. 6. 10. 2. 6. 13. vegetables grown in the district for the year. yeild and prodution of various fruits.Balanagar. 3.Bhoothpur. 4. 8. 9. 12. 1.VEGETABLES Chillies.Jadcherla. 10. 8. 7. 5. Total: Mango Mosambi Acid lime Custered Apple Sapota Grapes Fig Papayya Banana Guava Pomegranate Cashew Other fresh fruits 2000-2001 Hectares 9692 6092 311 41 83 88 84 75 8 900 35 3 158 12795 Tons 15500 19000 7000 400 750 1700 200 3525 240 18000 360 3 948 67626 Hectares Mango Mosam bi Acid lim e Custered Apple Sapota Grapes 23 Fig .Mahabubnagar. 1.Kodangal. Crop A. 9. 11. 2. Brinjal Bhendi Etc. 5.Kosgi.No.Hanwada. 3. flowers.Navabpet. S. 4. FRUITS.Kesampet The table shows the area. 11.Shadnagar.

705 16 6.Potato Brinjal Leafy vegetables Cabbage Tomato Coccinia Drumstick Onion Other vegetables 46 243 519 324 80 585 1. silk worm rearing. The other mandals identified as having potential include Shadnagar. 5. 13. Chills 5. 6.Kms covering 16. after these places where they are produced.With forest wealth such as Teak wood. 1. Cucumber Guards Bhendi Beans S. However Mulberry cultivation is spread out in the entire district. 2. 7. Narayanpet. Turmeric 3. 10.000 420 200 54500 3384 184354 C SPICES 1. Total. Rosa grass. 24 .028 Sq. Kothakota and Kodangal in the district.303 42 20 2725 423 13031 500 1944 4671 1944 1200 8600 13. 11. reeling. 3. Tamarind 6. Coriander 4. 12. 15 23 44 12985 102 385 13554 90 575 35 2400 1020 3080 28800 IV FOREST Forests occupy an area of 3. Bamboo. This district has distinction in production of both Tasser and Mulberry silk sarees known popularly as Gadwal. Tamarind. Garlic 2.B.640 320 80. 8. twisting and weaving making it an agro-based labor intensive cottage industry of employment generation. Other spices Total III. 9. 4. VEGETABLES. SERICULTURE Sericulture covers the activities off mulberry cultivation. taken up in 175 villages in an extent of 1120 hectares.4% of the total geographical area under forest cover spread over Mahabubnagar and Achampet Divisions .

597 25 . The reservoirs having spraed of 1.. Bamboo fetches maximum revenue along with Beedi leaves ranging from 50 lakh to one crore per annum. Thungabadra Bhima flow through the district prociding aple scope of tairshing further the irrigation profit blla Sribala.12.968 Poultry 32.medicinal plants etc.Fishing is practiced three types in the district.Neem seeds .Beedi leaves .60.600 hectares . Priya darsini furrier profit provide good famishing potential. V FISHERIES The district has got rivers. Cattle 9.22.950 Buffaloes 3. the 9 perennial tanks spread over 380 hectares and 57 long seasonal tanks with an extent of 40 hectares are the other potential sources of fishing in the district. The district has got population of approximately One Lakh fishermen depends on fishing. LIVE STOCK RESERVES Sheep and Goat rearing is the Second biggest economic activity taken up after agriculture and plays a very important role in the district. The populations are as below. The Sheep and Goat population of the district is the highest in the state. VI . Krishna sagar. reservoirs and tanks congenial for pisciculture .749 Sheep and Goat 19. a) Riverine b) Reservoir c) Culture fishing The three rivers Viz Krishna.35.

18 lakhs respectively. The population of cows and buffaloes are 6. lime stone.35. slates. Latera etc.00 30. Dairy form is an important allied agro activity suitable in this predominantly rural economy of the district. They are mainly stone metal. MINERAL RESOURCES The district is having a variety of mineral resources and deposits.00 25. There are captive poultry feed plants are available and there is a scope for establish some more feed mixing plants in the district and required veterinary facilities are also available as follows.Raj Breeders operates from the district of suplying chicks to the small poultry formers.00 5. Sh ee p ul 26 try .Vekateshwara Hatcheries and M/s.00 10. The proximity of the state capitals of Hyderabad and Bangalore makes this activity a success in the district and the reputed M/s.00 0.76 and 3.00 20..00 15. DAIRY DEVELOPMENT Many farmers in the district particularly the small and marginal formers are taking of this activity as a subsidiary occupation for complementing the insecure rain fed agriculture in the district. feldspar quartz. black and colour granites. sand.00 Series1 tle es t oa G an d Po at lo Bu ffa C POULTRY The poultry has got a good role in the economy of the district.

Bollaram R. Sand (Jamalpur) Pink Granite. Building stone. Quartz. Achampet Amrabad Uppununthala Thimmajipet Tadoor Kollapur Quartz & Building stone.F. Sand Ord.MANDAL WISE MINERAL RESOURCES IN MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT S. Building stone & Ord. Ord. Sand & Building stone Ord. Sand & Building stone Quartz. Building stone & Ord. Sand Barytes. Sand Clay. Sand Ord. Quartz. Ord. Qurartz. Black Granite & Ord. Ord.. Sand aand stone Metal etc. silice sand & Building stone Quartz.sand.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Name of the Mandal Koilkonda Jadcherla Balanagar Bhootpur Addakal Farooqnagar Keshampet Kothur Kalwakurthy Midjil Veldanda Amangal Madgul Name of the minwerals Quartz & Ord. Feldspar. Sand & Building stone. Sand & Building stone Quartz.. Kollapur Weepanagandl Limestone slabs & Dolorite Quartz a Pangal Quartz & Multi colour Granite Gadwal Dharoor Wanaparthy Pebbair Quartz & Building stone Road Metal Quartz & Building stone Quartz & Building stone 27 . Quartz. Ord. Building stone. Quartz. & Building stone Ord. Sand Talakondapally Quartz. Ord. Quartz etc.sand. Feldspar etc.

Quartz Production 18. Feldspar 3. Clay 5. 330 Cu Mts. Stone and Metal 3.832 Cu Mts.200 M.No. Sand Laterite & Limestone slabs Quartz PRODUCTION OF PRINCIPAL MINERALS SI.ts VIII.No. 10.879. Lime stone slats 2.216 Cu Mts 15. The Central Ground Board had estimated about 650 MCM of water available in the water belt of the district. sq Mts. Ordinary sand 4. 28 . Miner Minerals 1. The district is drought prone due to lack of sufficient Water resources. Major Minerals 1.ts 110 M. Pink and black granite SI. Laterate 2. WATER The resource of water in the district is the Rivers and Ground water. The industrial requirement of water is not available up to the mark. 54.920 M.27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Kothakota Ghanpur Manopad Narayanpet Deverakadra Maganoor Kodangal Kosgi Quartz & Building stone Quartz Limestone slabs Black Granite Pink Granite Building stone & Ord.ts 4.

03 " " ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PLOTS : -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl.30 " 154.D. 4. I... 5.STATUS OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN MAHABUBNAGR A.A.. Gadwal I. Jadcherla I. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. EXISTING INDUSTRIAL ESTATES / INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AREAS : There is One Industrial Estate in the district located at Mahabubnagar and 4 Industrial Development Areas at Kothur.D. Kothur I. Vacancy position is given here under : -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl.27 " 32... Industrial Area/ Estates ` Total Area -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Industrial Estate Mahabubnagar 34. Almost all plots.60 Acres. Mahabubnagar 35 35 -2.D. Gadwal I. 5. The details of Area . Palem 22. 3. 2. sheds and shops developed are allotted to the entrepreneurs except Gadwal. 4.A. I.E.A.D. I.A.A.45 32. Palem 51 72 258 57 44 72 -31 07 -258 26 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOTAL 473 182 291 29 .. Kothur I.D. Jadcherla.D.A. 3.A. Gadwal. Sheds constructed . Industrial Area/ Estate Plots Developed Plots allotted Vacant No.. Jadcherla I.No.No. Palem.D.D.A.

Vacant No.D.I. 3.P. The allianation of lands is under process with the concerned M. Jadcherla IDA.I.E.A. Mahabubnagar : I. I. Hyderabad with the assistance of M... 4 5..1998 in connection with the 8th round Janma Bhoomi Programme promised to establish a “MEGA INDUSTRIAL PARK (GROWTH CENTRE) in between Shadnagar and Jadcherla nearby National Highway Number 7." INDUSTRIAL GROWTH CENTRE IN MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT. I.A.D.A.O. Palem 08 26 06 06 26 -02 02 --04 TOTAL 74 68 06 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rates for Industrial Estates : I.D.Sqm.A.8. Kothur I. Jadcherla and Balanagar Mandals identified 1000 Acres of Land between Polepally and Rajapur villages of Jadcherla and Balanagar Mandals of Mahabubnagar District. Mahabubnagar and A.R. Palem : : : : 400/. 150/. Mahabubnagar 34 34 -2..A. Gadwal I. 30 . In this connection the officials of the District Industries Centre. Kothur I.E. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.D... Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh during his visit to Jadcherla on 1.Os.D.D." 125/.R.A.No Industrial Area/Estate Sheds Constructed Allotted No.C.SHEDS: -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sl.A...D. Gadwal I. Ltd.." To be fixed 20/. Jadcherla I.

POWER POWER SUPPLY MAINTAINED TO INDUSTRIAL EXPRESS FEEDERS OF OP.S.IX.J. No.P.CIRCLE: MAHABUBNAGAR ON 21/06/2002 Sl.R.J. Mills SLC Mills 33 KV 33 KV 33 KV 33 KV 33 KV 33 KV 33 KV 8 9 10 11 12 SLC Mills Salgutti Plastics Balaji Foods & Feeds Sheethal Shipping NRSA Nandigam IDA Kothur 33 KV 11 KV 11 KV 11 KV 11 KV 11 KV 11 KV 13 33/11 KV SS KOTHUR 14 33/11 KV SS KOTHUR 15 33/11 KV SS THIMMAPUR Thimmapur 11 KV 16 33/11 KV SS THIMMAPUR 17 33/11 KV SS THIMMAPUR NATCO Kothur 11 KV 11 KV 18 33/11 KV SS AMANGAL 31 SLC Mills 11 KV .Cables Induspin S.P. Name of the Sub-station Name of the feeder 220/13 2/ 33/11 KV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 132 KV SS KOTHUR 132 KV SS KOTHUR 132 KV SS BALANAGAR 132 KV SS BALANAGAR 132 KV SS BALANAGAR 132 KV SS MAKTHAL 132 KV SS MAHABUBNAGAR 132 KV SS KALWAKURTHY 33/11 KV SS RAJAPUR 33/11 KV SS SHADNAGAR 33/11 KV SS SHADNAGAR 33/11 KV SS SHADNAGAR Binju Metals Ennar Steels G. Mills S.S.

19 33/11 KV SS KALWAKURTHY 20 33/11 KV SS MAHABUBNAGAR SLC Mills 11 KV SLC Mills 11 KV CENTRAL POWER DISTRIBUTION COMPANY OF ANDHRA PRADESH LIMITED STATUS OF LAYING OF SEPARATE FEEDERS FOR MANDAL HEADQUARTERS AS ON 20-602 Name of the Circle: Mahabubnagar No. (**) 2/2 Arrangements under progress.4 KM Bay Total Covered Balance Separate 11 KV Separate Length of 11 KV by line existing 11 KV 11 KV Breakers Extensio 11KV and 0.T.5 KM L.Kunta 10 Koilkond a 11 Kondurg u 12 Lingal 13 Dharoor 14 Uppununthala Not Viable 1 Maganoor (**) 2 Vangoor (*) 3 Kodair (**) 4 Alampur (**) 33/11 KV Sub-stations have been sanctioned 5 Itikyal (*) 6 Manopad (*) 7 Damargidda (**) (*) 2/2 Arrangements Completed.C. 32 . of Mandals Details of Works involved 100 KVA DTRs with 0. lines RESCO line to be line (KM) (Nos) ns (Nos.) S laid Erected Under Erection 100 KVA 63 KVA 64 - - 46 18 - 36 - - 8 6 Erected 1 Mahabubnagar 2 Hanwad a 3 Atmakur 4 Narayanpet 5 Makthal 6 Kodanga l 7 Wanaparthy 8 Kollapur 9 Kothakot a 10 Pebbair 11 Gadwal 12 Jadcherl a 13 Shadnagar 14 Kalwakurthy 15 Amangal 16 Nagarkurnool 17 Bijinepally 18 Achampet 19 Balanagar 20 Thimmajipet 21 Utkoor 22 Narva 23 Bhoothpur Under Erection 1 Bomraspet 2 Gopalpet 3 Maddur 4 Ghanapu r 5 Ieeza 6 Doulthabad 7 Amrabad 8 Balmoor 9 C.

33 KV Lines 4. Distribution Transformers 2 Nos. 9 Nos.K. 132 KV/33 KV 3. 101 Nos.Pally 28 Gattu 29 Deverkadra 30 Kosgi 31 Pangal 32 Veldand a 33 Dhanwada 34 Madgul 35 Maldakal 36 Midjil 37 Addakal 38 Tadoor 39 Peddamandadi 40 Waddepally 41 Keshampet 42 Thalakondapally 43 Nawabp et SUBSTATIONS.813 Nos.24 Kothur 25 Telkapall y 26 weepangandla 27 P. 1. Total power drawals for the district.20 Kms 374. 220 KV/132 KV 2.60 Kms 81.365.796. The decrease in the total power drawal can be due to the reason of load shedding and non availability of power during peak reasons. 1999-2000 2343 MU 2000-2001 2282 MU 33 .60 Kms The power drawn in the district during the year of 1999-2000 is 2343 MW while it was 2282 MW in the year 2000-2001. LT Lines 2. 10. 132 KV Lines 5. 11 KV Lines 3. LENGTH OF LINES 1. 33 KV/11 KV 4. 22 KV Lines 33.70 Kms 1.650.63 Kms 11.

Upstream Works under erection/to be taken during 2001 .0 1x8.15 I.0 1x5.0 2x5.0+1x5.0 +1x5.0 1x5.0 1x8.15 1x3.0 + 1x8.0 1x5.0 1x3.0+1x3.0 1x8.0 1x5.0 1x5.0+2x3.0 1x5. Code No. No.0 1x5.0 2x5. Name of the 33/11 KV Substation Voltage Ratio Transformer Capacity in MVA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 163058 163055 163008 163048 163047 163009 163030 163043 163031 163049 163006 163004 163007 163005 163001 163005 163003 163002 OLD POWER HOUSE SLC MILLS/MBNR PARPALLY HANWADA KODOOR KOLLUR NAWABPET AMARCHINTA ATMAKUR NARVA EKLASPUR DEVERKADRA KURMURTHY MARIKAL KONDAPUR KOUKUNTLA MAKTHAL GUDEBALLORE JAKLAIR PASUPULA NARAYANPET CHINNA JATRAM UTKOOR KODANGAL BOMRASPET KOSGI DOULTABAD MADDUR KOTHAPALLY KANUKURTHY DUDYAL DHANWADA 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 33/11 KV 1x8.0 1x5.15 1x5.15 1x5.0 1x5.15 1x8.0 2x5.SUB-STATION DEMAND AND VOLTAGE OF OPERATION DIVISION: MAHABUBNAGAR Sl.0 + 1x8.0 1x8.0 2x5.0 1x5.0 2x3.0 1x5.2002.0 1x8.0 1x5.0 2x5. a) Erection of New EHT Substations: 1 2 220 KV SS Wanaparthy 132 KV SS Maddur 34 .0 1x5.0 2x5.0 2x5.

2002. 78 Nos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cat-I Cat-II Cat-III Cat-IV Cat-V Cat-VI Cat-VII H. 1 2 3 4 160 KVA 100 KVA 63 KVA 15 KVA 18 Nos. b) Services Released Category wise during the year 2001 . 476 Nos. 132 KV SS Tandoor to 132 KV SS Kondangal 132 KV SS Kondangal to 132 KV SS Makthal 220 KV SS Mahabubnagar to 132 KV SS Balanagar II. 1298 95 1 4040 + 23800 Un-authorised Pump sets registered in Vidyut Viniyogadarula Sadassu released. 7943 +80000 Services registered in Vidyut Vinioyogadarala Sadassu released. Down Stream Works: a) No. 100 MVA Power Transformer at 220 KV SS Mahabubnagar.3 4 5 132 KV SS Marikal 132 KV SS Chinnamaroor 132 KV SS Alampur 'X' Roads b) Enhancement of Power Transformers at EHT Sub-stations: 1 2 Erection of Addl.5 MVA c) 132 KV Interlinking Lines 1 2 3 4 220 KV 2nd Circuit from 220 KV SS Kalwakurthy to 220 KV SS Mahabubnagar.T. Enhancement of Power Transformers at 132 KVSS Balanagar from 10/16 to 31. 106 16 18 c) Erection of 11 KV Interlinking Lines: 35 .2002. 266 Nos. of Distribution Transformers Erected during the year 2001 .

Lines in Kalwakurthy Sub-Division 4 11 KV Madul 5 11 KV Nagilla and Kulkulpally 6 11 KV Kondurgu d) Erection of Mandal Headquarter feeders Erected 1 Mahabubnag ar 2 Hanwada 3 Atmakur 4 Narayanpet 5 Makthal 6 Kodangal 7 Wanaparthy 8 Kollapur 9 Kothakota 10 Pebbair 11 Gadwal 12 Jadcherla 13 Shadnagar 14 Kalwakurthy 15 Amangal 16 Nagarkurnool 17 Bijinepally 18 Achampet 19 Balanagar 20 Thimmajipet 21 Utkoor 22 Narva 23 Bhoothpur 24 Kothur 25 Telkapally 26 weepangandl a 27 P.Pally 28 Gattu 29 Deverkadra 30 Kosgi 31 Pangal 32 Veldanda 33 Dhanwada Under Erection Bomras pet Gopalpe t Maddur Ghanap ur Ieeza Doulthabad Amraba d Balmoor C.C.1 11 KV Govindaipally to Equaipally in Amangal (M) 2 11 KV Nandinne to Aloor in Gadwal SubDivision 3 4 Nos.K.Kun ta Koilkond a Kondurg u Lingal Dharoor Damaragidda Maganoor Vangoor Uppununthala Alampur 36 .

0 2.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 8.0 1.0 4.0 6.0 12. No.5 0.0 8.0 2.0 10.34 Madgul 35 Maldakal 36 Midjil 37 Addakal 38 Tadoor 39 Peddamanda di 40 Waddepally 41 Kodair 42 Itikyal 43 Manopad 44 Keshampet 45 Thalakondapally 46 Nawabpet PROPOSALS FOR NEW PROJECTS Sl.0 2.3 3.0 3. COMMUNICATIONS.0 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA 5 MVA X.0 3.0 0. Name of the Sub-station Name of the Mandal 33 KV (KM) 11 KV (KM) Power Transformer 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Nandinne Dyagadoddi Ramapuram Kotakonda Gundmal Mogiligidda Mamidipally Kodgal Budhipahad Maganoor Gattu Dharoor Waddepally Narayanpet Kosgi Farooqnagar Kothur Jadcherl a Gadwal Magano or 9.0 3. The World has witnessed the Technological revolution in the field of communication with the invention of Internet through the World Wide Web Site. The means of communication undergone a drastic change in the form of International 37 .

Subscribers Dialing. Post Offices and Telegraphic Offices are also brought a change in the style of working through net work communication. Our country host to encourage the latest technology of communication compared to any other advanced country in the field.. It has brought drastic change in industrial activity and trade change in global market. In the district there is 4 Head Post Offices 76 Sub Post offices . Mobile Net Work in large with Fascinate and E-mail system. The government is trying to extend thew link up to satellite communication to connect the remote corners of villages. 706 Branch post offices and 99 Telegraph offices with Phone cum services. 38 . Cellular.

CHAPTER III I . STEPS IN STARTING AN INDUSTRY PRE-IMPLEMENTATION STEPS Project Identification Project feasibility study Constitution • • • • • • Proprietary Partnership Private Limited Public Limited Cooperatives Selection of Location IMPLEMENTATION STEPS • • • • • • • • • • • • • Registrations SSI/IE/LOI/EOU Selection of Land IEs/ IDA/EPZ/SEZ Private Lands Government Lands Application to Financial Institutions Building Plans and designs Selection of Machinery Licenses and Approvals Panchayat/Municipality/Local Body NOC/CFE from DIC/ APPCB Approval from Inspector of Factories 39 .

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • Approval from UDA/ T& CP Power feasibility from APTRANSCO Industry specific Licenses Drug License from Drug Inspector Approval from Forest Department Approval from District Magistrate Approval from Agriculture Department Approval from Ministry of Food Processing Industry NOC from Fire Department Approval from Inspector of Boilers Building Construction Placing order for machinery Power connection Installation of Machinery POST IMPLEMENTATION STEPS • • • • • • • • • • • • • Recruitment of Personnel Procurement of Raw Material Licenses and Approvals Consent for Operation from APPCB Factory License under Factories act Trial Production Commercial Production Registrations Permanent SSI registration Submission of Part-B under IEM Conversion of LOI into IL Marketing Registration with DGS&D/ NSIC 40 .

• • • • • Registration with Export Promotion Council Quality Obtaining BIS certification Obtaining ISO 9000 Trademark/ Patent registrations 41 .

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FIBRE BOARDS FROM AGRO WASTE.1. Due to increasing construction activity eastimated at the rate of 10% pa. The required machinery would be a four deck shaking machine. There would be good scope for 2 units to comeup and the cost of the project is estimated to be around Rs. Agro Based Industries Mini Rice mills as mentioned above. At the same time the raw materials used are waste 47 . At present there are no units existing and has got good scope for 2 units to comeup at Jedcherla and Kalwakurthy mandals. The cost of the project could be around Rs.IMITATIONHAND MADE PAPER: This hand made paper could be extensively used for cover paper. This protein rich supplementary food contains 75 parts of edible groundnut flour and 25 parts of roosted bengal gram flour and this mixture would be fortified with vitamins and minerals. drawing paper and filter pads etc. The technology is developed by CFTRI.00 lakhs. They are also used for bill boards used in advertisements. This board would be used in buildings as a clading material for walls and roofs.000 and above.20 lakhs with each mills capacity of 500 Kg paddy.CHAPTER IV List of Resource Based Industries. WOOD WOOL BOARDS: Wood wool board is a material made from fibre (wood wool) and cement. The cost of the project would be around Rs. could be used for making fibre boards. This easily and freely available material. a small box like chamber for winnowing. Multipurpose Foods Multipurpose foods is a blend of specially processed groundnut meal and bengal gram flour with added vitamins and minerals. This multi-purpose product can be manufactured from Agrowaste. The equipment required is simple ie. In mahabubnagar district we find lot of agro waste like rice straw and other crops straw which is wasted as firewood. 1.16. walls and panels. card paper. Fibre boards are extensively used in construction pupose for ceiling. 5. 4. 2. Wood wool making machine and press for casting the wood wool mix. a plate type flour mill for decuticling. in partitions and in ceilling.50 lakhs. there is scope for 10 to 12 rice mills (mini) to comeup at all large village where the population is 10. 3.4.

These products are largely used for food flavouring particularly by large scale food and flavouring industries.products like raggs. Whole chilli powder. shifter and Asbiration. Wanaparthy and Kalwakurthy. The total investment of this project would be around Rs. FRUIT TOFFEES: Friuts like banana. it could be started at village level also. There is very good demand for these products all over the world and being a good export potential product all over the good scope for atleast 2 units to comeup at Shadnagar and Mahabubnagar. The technical grade flakes are used for off-set printing as adhesive in crown cork cap manufacture and in tanning of leather. CEMENT LIKE PRODUCT FROM PADDY HUSK ASH: To manufacture cement like product which would contain all the properties of cement could be manufactured from agro-waste such as paddy husk. The skin will be used as raw material for oil extraction. The total cost of the project is only Rs. Jack friut are suitable for the manufacture of fruit toffees. Grinder. The total capital investment would be around Rs. 48 .5 lakhjs and there is scope for 3 units to comeup at Jadcherla. At present it is used for only direct consumption and the producer is not getting remunerative price becouse of lack of value added properties. Mango. FRACTIONATION OF CHILLIES: Mahabubnagar district produces about 13 thousand tonnes of chillies.5 lakhs and it requires only locally available equipment like Dryer. The cost of the project is Rs.40.00 lakhs and there is good scope for 2 units to comeup at Shadnagar and Mahabubnagar. 7. Paper waste and waste cloth pieces. The process of fraction of chillies for capsicum rich fraction which is an intermediate product for higher pungent oleoresin extraction and will be a substitute for whole chilli powder used for deoresin extraction at present. The dried product has a crystalline appearance and golden Yellow colour.000/. This being a cottage industry which involves no machines. The total investment would be around Rs.and these units could be encouraged under PMRY schems. The capsicum fraction is rich in capsicum content when compared with the present raw material ie. 6 lakhs and there is scope for 2 units to comeup at Shadnagar and Kalwakurthy. 6. EGG ALBUMIN: Egg Albumin flakes is a product made by drying the egg white. 9.10. The food grade product is used principally in bakery and confectionary industry. 8.

14. LAMINATED ADDA LEAF CUPS AND PLATES: As mentioned the rich forest cover is a good source for adda leaves. The district has got about 13 lakhs bovine population which in turn would be a good source for leather hides and skin. The cost of the project would be around Rs. As honey collection and processing is a simple precess and perfected by tribals. 11. units can be encouraged under PMRY scheme at Mandal levels. 49 .11 lakhs and there is good scope for 2 to 3 units to comeup at Jadcherla. there is good scope to encourage these poor tribals to start the honey processing and collection units at Achampet and Kollapur mandals which would help the local tribals to supplement their incomes.675 sheep population with a estimated 6 lakh Kgs. HONEY PROCESSING AND PACKING: Honey is considered to be one of the most valuable gifts of nature. 13. Of wool per year. Mango being a seasonal fruit require to be preserved which would make it available round the year. Wanaparthy. It has got wide scope of being used in Medicinal preparation of all deciplines right from Ayurvedic to unani Mahabubnagar district has about 16% of area under forest cover with thick vegetational cover.10 DEHYDRATION OF RAW MANGOES: Mangoes are the most popular and age old horticultural crop grown in this district.82. The value added process of laminating these leaf cups and plates are gaining popularity all over. WOOL CARDING AND WEAVING: This district has got a 11. withits multiple properties besides being a sweetner. Nagarkurnool. especially in urban areas and these products and the investment being only one lakh. 12. Kollapur and Achampet. At present these are used for only making ordinary leaf cups and plates. Hence dehydration of raw mangoes would help the friut to be preserved and used for a long time becouse this process would enhance its shelf life. This rich source of raw material could be commercially used by wool carding and weaving and thus making woolen blankets and other wool products which has got good demand. Hence there is scope for 6 & 7 units to comeup at Kalwakurthy. At present the district in not having a modern and sophisticated tannery and there would be good scope for starting 2 units at Gadwal and Kalwakurthy. Nagarkurnool and Kalwakurthy Mandals.LEATHER FANCY GOODS: Leather fancy goods like belts purses and garments are having good demand and potential export market.

Hence these is scope for 2 dying units to comeup at Gadwal and Kothakota Mandals. to prevent them from rusting and damage. 19. At present the complete produce is used for direct consumption. Hence there is scope for 3 to 4 units to comeup at erstwhile taluks under PMRY schems. This valuable friut which is gaining popularity in urban arreas and towns could be used for value added produces like extraction. With 50 . NICLE AND CHORMIUM PLATING: Nickle and chromium plating is done to articles like Machinery furniture automobile components etc. Mahabubnagar. New custrd apple jiuse and Ice and Ice cream can be set up. GRANITE POLISHING: Good quality of pink and black granite is available in the district and the extraction for the year 1993-94 is to the tune of 60 cubic meter. PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION OF CUSTURED APPLE PULP: Mahabubnagar district has got lot of area under small hillocks which are covered by sherbs and plants like custured apple and thus the production of custurd apple is expected to be around 300 tonnes. DYES FOR TEXTILIES: Mahabubnagar district has got a very vibrant and popular textile sector where the famous sarees of Gadwal Kothakota are made which has got wide market in the country and abroad. Hence there is good scope for units to comeup at Shadnagar. preservation and canning of custurd apple pulp. 20.15. Pebbair and Veepangandla mandals. Due to the increasing demand for granits which is being extensively used for construction purposes. As all these material would require colours and dyes. SILK REELING AND SILK TWISTING: The district has got favourable climatic conditions for sericulture and it also has got the added advantage of good demand for finished silk within the district from places like Gadwal. CALCIUM CARBIDE: an estimated 244 million tonnes of lime stone deposits available in the district there is scope for 4 to 5 units of calcium carbide to comeup at Alampur. There is good scope for 2 to 3 units to comeup at Amangal. 18. Wanaparthy with the encouragement and assistance of the Department of sericulture. Kothapet. 17. thus ensuring their longitivity. 16. Pentlavalli and Kollapur Mandals.

RESOURCE BASED INDUSTRIES: a) Agro based Industries: 1. industry service and household sectors. The total project cost would be around Rs. Traind youth can be encouraged to takeup this activity under PMRY. A part from the above candidate industries a suggestive list of items is given below hased on the resources available and demand for the products. This service sector is fast growing and has got good scope in the future. 3. electronic and consumer durables which imparts excellent finish high coorosion resistance and scratch proof finish. An important element of this motors is winding which requires to be regularly changes to keep them in running. 6. ROOM COOLERS: Mahabubnagar district is considered to be one of the hottest regions of the state where temperature sours upto 48 in peak summer months of April-May. Gadwal and Kalwakurthy Mandals. MOTOR REWINDING: The increase of electrical and diesel motors is widely used for all activities like agriculture. SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: A. 7. 2.3 lakhs and 2 to 3 units could be encouraged at Jadcherla.21. 8. This process is widely used for automobile components. The faction of increasing urbanisastion and increasing statndered of living of people the projects of assmbling air coolers which involves less technology and capital could be encouraged under PMRY. 10. electrical. 9. 5. Liquid friuts Honey processing and packing Friut bars Friut jams and jellies Artificial curing of rice Mini rice mills Rice flakes Groundnut husk powder Cotton sead oil Fractination of chuillies Dall milling 51 . 11. II. 4. 23. POWDER COATING: Powder coating by electostatic process is superior to spray painting. 22.

d. 13. 2. 14. Laminated leaf cups and plates Myrablam extract for tanneries Fibre board from agro waste Wooden furniture Agarbathi sticks Soapnut powder sparea for handlooms Neem and Karanji seed oil Tamarind seed starch and powder B. 3. 7. 5. c. 6. 4. Crushed stone Granite tiles Grounded minerals Hydrated lime Sodium silicate Stoneware crockery Flooring tiles (clay) Lime stone chips Pulvorising of quartz. 3. DEMAND BASED INDUSTRIES: a) Food and allied industries: 1. 4. 5. 7. 2. High protien cotton flour puffed rice Groundnut decartication b) Mineral based Industries: 1.12. 3. 9. 4. Forest based industries: 1. 2. 7. 3. 5. 2. Leathere footwear uppers Leather tanning Bone meal Kamul weaving/carpet weaving Buttons from cattle horns. 6. 4. 9. Live stock based industries: 1. 8. 5. 8. Multi-purpose foods (MPF) Liquid friuts Groundnut chikkies Bakery products Fruit toffees confectionery Pop corn 52 . 6.

5. 2. 14. 7. 8. 5. 4. 8. Saw mills Fibre board from agro-waste Wooden packing cases and boxes Bamboo furniture Truck body building d) Paper products: 1. Card board egg trays Exercise note books Paper cups and paper plates Paper cones Book binding Hand made paper Paper bags from waste paper Gummed paper tapes. 2. 10. 9. Macoroni (gold fingers) Paped making Spices grounding Peanut butter Friut nector Vermicilli Tutifriuts Ice blocks. B) Textile products including houseiry: 1. 11. 6. Silk reeling Dyes for textilies Power looms Screen printed sarees Readymade garments Houseiry meking Thread reeling Zari making c) Wooden products: 1. 5. 4. 12. 2. e) Leather and rexine products: 1. 3. 6.8. 4. 3. Leather travel goods Leather/rexine seat covers for all type of vehicles Rexine bags Leather garments 53 . 13. 4. 3. 3. 15. 7. 2.

7. 11. Multi-layer co-extruded polyster film Polyster film Plastic bangles PVC blow moulded goods PVC Chappals Plastic toys Plastic travel goods Plastic buckets and tube Two layer co-extruded plastic film Plastic disposable cups and plate Plastic buttons. gaskets and rings Thread rubber. 14. 13. 4. 3. 10. 4. 2. 9. 11. (g) Plastic products: 1. 5. 2. 4. 16. 3. 6. Leather fancy items f) Rubber products: 1. 7. Calcium chloride Dry distemper Calcium nitrate Ferric alam Naptholes Optical whitening agent for cotton Paints Paint drier Sodium sulphate Zinc chloride Camphour tablets Washing powder Ayurvedic medicines Welding electrodes Anodising and dying of aluminium articles Refining of used lubricant oils Wire enamels 54 . 12. 5. 8. 10. 9. 2. h) Chemical products: 1. 7. 8. 6.5. 15. 3. 5. 17. Hawai chappals Rubber roller for rice mills Rubber moulded components Rubber toys Tyre retreading Rubber washere. 6.

21. 5. 20. 2. 2. Cement concrete hallow blocks/bricks Cement jallies Cermic candles (for water filters) Mosaic tiles Gem cutting and polishing Structural fabrication Glass beads j) Mechanical products: 1.18. 16. 4. 11. 3. i) Glass and chemical products: 1. 15. 5. 6. 18. 13. 10. 4. 7. 6. 14. 6. 4. Agricultural implements Steel aluminium furniture General Engineering workshop Agricultural tines Builders hardware Levellers and cultivators Seed drills Smokeless chulhas Tool rooms Chaff cutter blades Magnetic buttons GI Buckets Grain driers upto 5 HP motor powder Insecticide dusters Nutriciding plant Crown corks Rolling shutters Fibre brushes k) Electronics: 1. 22. 19. 7. Detergent powder and cake Zinc plating on iron and steel Grease Mixed fertilisers Decorative art casting. Battery eliminators Electronics fan regulators Electronic gas lighters TV Booster amplifiers Regulated DC power supply Uninterrupted power supply (UPS) Wire wound resisters 55 . 3. 7. 12. 2. 9. 8. 3. 5. 17.

16. 7. 3. 8. resources. energy and money by 56 . 2. Fast food indian restaurent Seed processing Chemical etching on wood Gem cutting and polishing ANCILLARY DEVELOPMENT Ancillary Industries are those industries which produces supplies and caters not less than 50% of their total production to the needs of any big unit. 4. 6. 10. 17. 9. 15. Voltage stabilisers Emergency lamps Single phase pre-ventore Musical albums and greeting cards Solar Radioes Electronic ballests Inverters and converters Transister radio receivers (AM/FM) Electronic fan regulars Emergency lamps Digital alaram clocks. Carbon brushes Electrical ceiling fans Electrical bells/buzzers Gyser/storage water Tubelight fittings Air cooler assembly Water coolers LT power capacitors GLS Lamps Electrical immersion water heaters Electrical mixers Miniature bulbs m) Miscellaneous: 1. 2. The second aspect contributed for the growth of Ancillary industries is the economics and convince involved for the large units to concentrate their valuable time. 13. 9. This Act has necessitated large scale units to procure their requirements which falls under the Reserved items category and are an essential and integral part their manufacturing process. The concept of ancillarisation gained popularity and relevance mainly due to 2 factors. 18. 14. 10.8. 11. 1) Electical products: 1. policy to reserve exclusively about 806 items which was previously 836 items to be manufactured under SSI sector. 11. 12. 4. The first and foremost is the govt. 5. 3. 12.

Investment in plant & machinery and accorded all the concessions and subsidies provided for SSI sector with the latest decision of Govt. textile based.concentrating in the production of end or final product rather then wasting these factors of production for small items. mineral based. most of these units which are having scope for setting up ancillary units are already being tapped and ancillary units were setup. Due to these factors ancillarisation has developed and the govt. chemical based etc. has accreted status of Ancillary Industries with enhanced Investment limits of Rs. 57 .100 lakhs. of India raising the investment limits in plant and machinery to Rs. Hence the scope for ancillary units by and large very much limited for the already existing units. Mahabubnagar district has got 47 large and medium scale industries covering almost all areas like food based.1 crores for both SSI and Ancillary sector which has erased the minor difference between these 2 sectors and almost equated then in all respects.

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