ADILABAD

Adilabad District Overview

Adilabad district is situated with the geographical coordination of 18'-56' of northen longitude and 77'-46' and 80'-40' of eastern longitude and is 286 meters above sea level. The district is the northern most district of Andhra Pradesh. It is bounded on the west, north and east by Maharashtra state and on the south by Karimnagar and Nizamabad District.

The total geographical area of the District is 16128 sq.kms, which take fifth rank in the state. There are 1745 Revenue villages out of which 1574 are inhabitated and remaining are uninhabitated. There are (11) urban towns and the district is administered through (5) Revenue Division consisting of (52) Revenue mandals.

The District has a total population of 24,79,347 [as per 2001 census] of which 15.98 lakhs is the rural population. The District has got very high population of sheduled castes (3.86lakhs) and scheduled tribes (3.55 lakhs). About 3.04lakhs are agriculture labourers 2.98lakhs are cultivators.

The literate persons in the District are 11,34,631 forming 45.76% of the total population. Agriculture is the main occupation of the people in the District. The irrigated area in the District is 1.85 lakhs acres, which is very limited when compared in the other district accounts 13% of the total cropped area. The District is backward both in live stock and poultry population.

 

Selection of project Mandal

Out of the 52 mandals of the District the most backward 30 mandals shall be covered by the Project during the project period of 2000-2005. An objective criterion was adopted to select the first phase 10 mandals out of 30; in which the project being implemented during the current financial year 2000-2001. The criteria adopted in selection of mandals are:

  • he presence of large number of tribal population
  • High rate of female illiteracy
  • The presence of more number of Self Help Groups
  • The presence of large number of unskilled labourers
  • Rainfed agriculture

The first phase project mandals are:

  • Gudihathnoor
  • Ichoda
  • Bazarhathnoor
  • Boath
  • Neradigonda
  • Indervelly
  • Narnoor
  • Jainoor
  • Sirpur-U
  • Kerameri

 



ANANTHAPUR

Ananthapur District Overview

Anantapur District is known for it's perennialdrought. The economy of the district by and large depends on the success of rainfed cultivation. Poverty is endemic and large number of people are struggling for their livelihood. The need of the hour is to devise suitable strategies to provide the alternate opportunities to the people to increase their level of income by creating alternate employment opportunities.

The most welcome feature of the district is the presence of large number of well formed women self help groups. Providing the required capacity building and infrastructure support for income generating activities to these groups may bring about revolutionary change in the economic well being of the poor families. Creation of initiatives for these groups and related institutions for marketing facilities, infrastructure development, skill and managerial development and credit will go a long way in the overall economic and social development of the poor people. D P I P, Anantapur is committed to achieve this objective.

 Facts and Figures

Description Figures
 Total Area  19,130 Sq. Kms
 Total Population - 1991 Census  3,183,863
 Population of Women  1,547,000
 SCs  451,810
 STs  111,207
 BCs  828,465
 Literates  1,114,211
 Workers  1,470,344
 Agrl. Labourers  533,512
 Cultivators  490,385
 Total Villages  964
 Total Hamlets  2,415
 Total Gram Panchayats  1,006
 Total Revenue Mandals  63
 Total Women Groups  18,000
 SHGs linked with Banks  2,260

Selection of project Mandal

The Seven existing UNDP mandals were retained under DPIP:

  • Gandlapenta
  • Hindupur
  • Madakasira
  • Gudibanda
  • Peddavaduguru
  • B.K.Samudram
  • Bathalapalli

The above 5 mandals were also selected :

  • Kundurpi
  • Kambadur
  • Settur
  • Nallamada
  • Talupula

Based on the following criteria:

  • Higher levels of poverty
  • Lower levels of socio-economic development
  • SC & ST population (percentage)
  • Female literacy
  • Girl child retention ratio (primary school level)
  • Non-irrigated area
  • Agricultural workers populationHospital beds

All the selected 12 mandals fall into 4 geographical clusters, consisting of 3 mandals each

Cluster-I Cluster-II Cluster-III Cluster-IV  
Peddavaduguru Hindupur Gandlapenta Kambadur
Bathalapalli Gudibanda Nallamada Settur
B.K.Samudram Madakasira Talupula Kundurpi



CHITTOOR

Chittoor District Overview

Chittoor district is one of the four southern districts of Andhra Pradesh, which together comprise the Rayalaseema region. The district lies in the rain shadow region and is consequently drought prone. Agriculture is the mainstay of the local economy. But, due to low and erratic rainfall, the income levels of the people remain low. An official survey conducted in 1998 has estimated that 47% of the population comes under the Below Poverty Line (BPL).

The district has a population of 32.61 lakhs (as per 1991 census) of which 26.15 lakhs is the rural population. The district is spread over 1540 revenue villages comprising 10,791 habitations. There are a total of 6.85.753 households in the district. The literacy rate among the population is 49.75%.

The focus of the District Poverty Initiatives Project is on the poor households, particularly the poorest of the poor. The project follows a process-based and demand-driven approach. To meet the objectives of empowering the poor, the project aims at social mobilization, capital formation, skill development and expansion of income generation opportunities.

Selection of project Mandal

A number of objective criteria were adapted to select the 10 project mandals in which the project activities would be implemented in the 1st year. On the basis of a prior understanding, the following parameters reflecting different dimensions of poverty were identified.

  • BPL Households on the basis of income (percentage)
  • BPL households on the basis of per capita expenditure (percentage)
  • Density of populationNumber of habitations
  • SC &ST population
  • Male / Female literacy ratio
  • Girl Child retention ratio (primary school level)
  • Total Agricultural worker population (percentage)
  • Annual RainfallNet sown area (as % of geographical area)
  • Gross irrigated area (as % of geographical area)
  • Road length per square kilometer
  • Proportion of DWCRA members in the total women population

An inter-correlation coefficient matrix was generated for other parameters on the basis of data for 66 mandals. On the basis of inter-correlations, parameters d, i, j & k were deleted as redundant. The 66 mandals were ranked on the basis of the data on each of the remaining 8 parameters. The ranks obtained by each mandal in respect of the 8 parameters were added. The mandals were then arranged in an ascending order. The mandals with a higher rank indicate relatively higher levels of poverty or lower levels of socioeconomic development and vice versa. Thus, 35 mandals which have to be covered during the project period of 5 years have been identified as per the rank order.

For the first Year of implementation, 10 mandals from different parts of the district which can be located within 4 defined clusters of the district namely, west, south west, central and east, have been identified. They are:

  • Peddamandyam
  • Nimmanapalle
  • K.V.Palle
  • Sodum
  • Baireddipalle
  • Gangavaram
  • Gudupalle
  • Vedurukuppam
  • K V B Puram
  • BN Kandriga



MAHABOOBNAGAR

Mahabubnagar District Overview

Mahabubnagar district forms part of Telengana region, which is a land-locked region with hot summers, warm winters and sporadic rainfall. The distinctive feature of this region is an undulating topography dotted with monad rocks.

The total geographical area of this district is 18,432 sq.kms and accounts for 6.7% of the total area of the state. It is the second largest district in the state and largest in Telengana. The district has a population of 30,77,050 (as per 1991 census) of which 27.35 lakhs (89%) is the rural population. Physiographically, the district may be divided into two distinct regions - the plains and the hill ranges. The two important rivers flowing in the district are the Krishna (with its tributary Dindi) and Tungabhadra.

Agriculture is the mainstay of rural economy. Consistent drought is a common phenomenon. Added to it are undulating lands, low fertility of land, seasonal wage employment and consequential large-scale migration. These indicate the economic backwardness of the district.

With 25.22% literacy and 13.87% female literacy (The female ratio declining from 983 for 1000 males to 973 in 10 years from 1981 to 1991) and 50% of the population being non-workers, the district presents poor social development scene. 82% of the total workers still depend upon agriculture activity as against 70% in case of the state as whole. The female literacy rate among SCs and STs is as low as 4.37% and 2.51% respectively. All forms, both covert and overt of discriminatory practices exist; widespread superstitions; practice of Jogini system could still be seen in many parts of the district.

Selection of project Mandal

The district is allotted 35 mandals out of 180 mandals in 6 districts in the State. These include 5 mandals where UNDP-SAPAP programme was in operation from 1995-2000. The SERP sent a list of 49 mandals from which the other 30 mandals were selected on the basis of a single parameter - Absolute number of SC / ST population.

This parameter has been adopted in view of the fact many surveys particularly the one conducted for A.P Rural Livelihoods Project, Mahabubnagar reveals that SCs and STs are the poorest in the district. Thus it can be easily said that those mandals that have more number of SCs / STs are the most backward mandals having largest number of poor people.

A total of 35 mandals will be covered during the project period of 5 years. 17 mandals including 5 UNDP-SAPAP mandals were taken up in the first year covering all the 5 revenue divisions in the district.

Division Mandal
Mahabubnagar Division Balanagar
  Midzil
  Keshampet
Nagarkunool Division Telkapally
  Amrabad
  Achampet
  Pedakothapally (SAPAP-UNDP)
  Lingal
  Kodair
Gadwal Division Dharoor
  Gattu
Wanaparthy Division Pangal (SAPAP-UNDP)
Narayanapet Division Maganoor
  Maddur
  Doulthabad
  Bomraspet
  Kosgi



SRIKAKULAM

Srikakulam District Overview

Srikakulam District is a part of Northern Andhra coastal plain and lies in the northeastern corner of the state. It is bounded on the north and west by Orissa, on the East by the Bay of Bengal and on the south by Vizianagaram district. The district may be divided into two natural regions, namely the hilly region called the agency area in the north-western part of the district and plains portion, which is mostly sandy on account of it's proximity to the Sea. The Eastern Ghats run roughly parallel to the Sea from the Northeast to southwest and, therefore, the district drains from Ghats to the Sea.

The total population of the district is 23,21,126 of which 20,30,888 are rural and 2,90,238 are urban as per 1991 Census. The district is spread over in 1728 Revenue villages. The total strength of households is 5,87,298. The literacy rate of the district is 36.22%. Agriculture is mainstay of the people of the district.

Selection of project Mandal

In Srikakulam District out of the total 37 mandals, 25 mandals will be covered in phased manner in the First 3 years. The project covers about one lakh poor and vulnerable families during the Five Years project period. The mandals have been selected on the following basis:

1. Human Development Index (Weightage-50%)

  • Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes population - 10%

  • Literacy rate for women - 25%

  • School drop out for girls - 15%

2. Economic Indicators (Weightage-25%)

  • Proportion of agriculture workers / farmers and Fishermen and women to the total workforce - 15%

  • Proportion of gross irrigated and gross cultivated area -5%

  • Proportion of net sown area total geographical area -5%

3. Infrastructure Development (Weightage-25%)

  • Number of Hospital beds per 10,000 population -5%

  • Number of primary schools per 1000 population -5%

  • Proportions of habitations having safe drinking water to total habitations -15%

The following 10 mandals are being under taken for the first 2 years :

Division Mandal
Srikakulam Division Ranasthalam
  Sarubujjili
  G.Sigadam
Palakonda Division Meliyaputti
  Seethampeta
  Vangara
Tekkali Division Mandasa
  Vajrapukothuru




VIZIANAGARAM

Vizianagaram District Overview

Vizianagaram is one of the three northern coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh, carved out of the backward portions of Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam districts in 1979. The District is totally agriculture based. Due to consistent drought, the income level of the people became "meagre".

The District has a population of 21,10,943 (21.10 Lakhs) as per 1991 census, of which 12.87 Lakhs are workers, especially agriculture labour. The population of agriculture labour below poverty line is 34.2%. The District has 34 Mandals. The women literacy rate among the total population in the district is 39.4%.

The District level project called District Poverty Initiatives Project is manned by Project Director and other members of the unit are Addl. Project Director, Project Executive (Inst. Building), Training Co-coordinator, Manager (Admn.,) and Accounts Officer.

At the mandal level, Social Organizers and Community Coordinators will work on behalf of the unit.

In Vizianagaram District out of 34 Mandals, it is decided to implement the project in 20 Mandals of which 12 Mandals have been selected initially to implement in the 1st Phase.

It is worth to mention that the very objective of the project is to alleviate poverty and to give a helping hand to the poorest of the poor in all walks of their lives. To achieve the cherished goal and objectives, the project has concrete means such as social mobilization, capital formation, skill development and expansion of income generation opportunities.

Selection of project Mandal

Basing on the guidelines stipulated by Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP), the District Poverty Initiatives Project (DPIP) has been initiated its interventions in 12 Mandals of Vizianagaram Dist taking into consideration the poverty scenario and the low levels of socio-economic development of the District. The names of the 12 Mandals are given below viz.,

  • Balijipeta

  • Bondapalli

  • Cheepurupalli

  • Garividi

  • Kothavalasa

  • Pachipenta

  • Poosapatirega

  • SaluruVepada

  • Kurupam

  • Gummalakshmipuram

  • Merakamudidam

Of the 12 Mandals, Sl. No.1 to 9 are being looked after directly by the DPIP and the remaining 3 Mandals are manned by NGOs such as Jattu at Kurupam and Gummalakshmipuram and Sodhana at Merakamudidam.

Some more Mandals selected to implement the project activities in the second phase are

  • Dattirajeru

  • Gurla

  • Makkuva

  • Jiyyammavalasa

  • S.Kota

  • Mentada

  • Bhogapuram

  • Komarada


KADAPA

LIST OF MANDALS

1. Duvvur
2. Rajupalem
3. S.Mydukur
4. Kamalapuram
5. T.Sundupalle
6. Yerraguntla
7. Mylavaram
8. Vallur
9. Peddamudium
10. Kondapuram
11. Brahmamgari Matham
12. B.Kodur
13. Kalasapadu
14. Porumamilla
15. Badvel
16. Gopavaram
17. Muddanur
18. Vemula
19. Thondur
20.Veerapunayuni
21. Atlur

22. Vontimitta
23. Pendlimarri
24. Vempalle
25. Chakrayapet
26. Lakkireddipal
27. Ramapuram
28. Veeraballe
29. Rajampet
30. Nandalur
31. Penagalur
32. Chitvel
33. Kodur
34. Obulavaripall
35. Pullampeta
36. Sambepalle
37. Chennamandem
38. Galiveedu
39. Skasinayani
40. Jammalamadugu
41. Simhadripuram

EAST GODAVARI

LIST OF MANDALS
1. Kotananduru
2. Rajavommangi
3. Sankhavaram
4. Jaggampeta
5. Prathipadu
6. Addateegala
7. Maredumilli
8. Y.Ramavaram
9. Yeleswaram
10. Gangavaram
11. Devipatnam
12. Rangampeta
13. Tuni
14. Rajanagaram
15. Thondangi
16. Gokavaram
17. Gandepalli
18. Rampachodavaram
19. Korukonda

GUNTUR

LIST OF MANDALS
1.   Rentachintala
2.   Machavaram
3.   Macherla
4.   Bellamkonda
5.   Edlapadu
6.   Bollapalle
7.   Achampet
8.   Durgi
9.   Veldurthy
10. Dachepalli
11. Gurazala
12. Krosuru
13. Rajupalem
14. Ipuru
15. Vinukonda
16. Nuzendla
17. Prathipadu
18. Pedanandipadu
19. Kakumanu
20. Thulluru
21. Amaravathi
22. Chilakaluripet

KARIMNAGAR

LIST OF MANDALS





 
1. Peddapalle
2. Pegadapalle
3.Shankarapatnam
4. Mallapur
5. Dharmaram
6. Kamalapur
7. Jammikunta
8. Ibrahimpatnam
9. Choppadandi
10. Mahadevpur
11. Kataram
12. Mallial
13. Koheda
14. Srirampur
15. Konaraopeta
16. Raikal
17. Odela
18. Kathlapur
19. Muttharam (Manthani)
20. Mutharam (Maha)
21. Gangadhara
22. Boinpalle
23. Vemulawada
24. Ellanthakunta
25. Thimmapur
26. Bejjenki
27. Ramadugu
28. Husnabad
29. Saidapoor
30. Bheemdevarapally
31. Metpally
32. Medipally
33. Sircilla
34. Gambhiraopet
35. Musthabad
36. Yellareddipet
37. Chandurthy
38. Malhalrao
39. Veenavanka
40. Manakondur
41. Chigurumamidi
42. Kodimial
43. Elakaturthi

KHAMMAM

LIST OF MANDALS





 
1. Cherla
2. Dummugudem
3. Bonakal
4. Mudigonda
5. Chinthakani
6. Velairpad
7. Kusumanchi
8. Penuballi
9. Sathupalle
10. Enkuru
11. Khammam (Rural)
12. Yerrupalem
13. Vemsoor
14. Kothagudem
15. Burgampadu
16. Mulakalapalle
17. Madhira
18. Aswaraopeta
19. Tekulapalle
20. Kukunoor
21. Wazeed
22. Venkatapuram
23. Pinapaka
24. Gundala
25. Manugur
26. Aswapuram
27. Bhadrachalam
28. Kunavaram
29. Chintur
30. Vararamachandrapuram
31. Yellandu
32. Singareni
33. Bayyaram
34. Garla
35. Kamepalle
36. Julurpad
37. Chandrugonda
38. Dammapeta
39. Thirumalayapalem
40. Palavancha
41. Khammam Urban

KRISHNA

LIST OF MANDALS
1.Veerulapadu
2.Reddigudem
3.Kanchikacherla
4.G.Konduru
5.Chatrai
6.Vissannapet
7.A.Konduru
9.Nuzveedu
8.Mylavaram
10.Agiripalli
11.Musunur
12.Nandigama
13.Chandrallapadu
14.Jagaiahpet
15.Ibrahimpatnam
16.Tiruvur
17.Gannavaram
18.Bapulapadu

KURNOOL

LIST OF MANDALS
  1. Dornipadu
2. Bandi Atmakur
3. Pamulapadu
4. Sirvel
5. pagidyala
6. Kowthalam
7. Gadivemula
8. Gonegandla
9. C.Belagal
10. Pedda Kadalur
11. Yemmiganur
12. Nandavaram
13. Halaharvi
14. Holagunda
15. Jupadu Bungal
16. Mantralayam
17. Kodumur
18. Nandikotkur
19. Kosigi
20. Allagadda
21. Chippagiri
22. Gudur
23. Koilkuntla
24. Krishnagiri
25. Mahanandi
26. Banaganapalle
27. Alur
28. Chagalamarri
29. Devanakonda
30. Kothapalle
31. Midthur
32. Orvakal
33. Aspari
34. Veldurthi
35. Bethamcherla
36. Panyam
37. Rudravaram
38. Uyyalawada
39. Sanjamala
40. Kolimigundla
41. Owk
42. Peapally
43. Dhone
44. Tuggali
45. Pattikonda
46. Maddikera (Ea)

MEDAK

LIST OF MANDALS
  1. Medak
2. Kalher
3. Kulcharam
4. Sadasivpet
5. Manoor
6. Kangti
7. Narayankhed
8. Regode
9. Shankarampet
10. Alladurg
11. Tekmal
12. Shankarampet
13. Ramayampet
14. Mirdoddi
15. Nanganur
16. Jagadevpur
17. Gajwel
18. Doultabad
19. Andole
20. Raikode
21. Nyalkal
22. Jharasangam
23. Zahirabad
24. Kohir
25. Munpalle
26. Pulkal
27. Kondapur
28. Sangareddy
29. Narsapur
30. Shivampet
31. Tupran
32. Wargal
33. Jinnaram
34. Hathnoora
35. Chinnakodur
36. Papannapet
37. Yeldurthy
38. Chegunta
39. Kowdipally
40. Patncheru
41. Kondapak
42. Siddipet
43. Dubbak
44. Mulugu
 

NALGONDA

List of Mandals






 
1. Anumula
2. Vemulapalle
3. Kethepalle
4. Gundlapalle
5. Munagala
6. Penpahad
7. Valigonda
8. Ramannapeta
9. Chivvemla
10. Atmakur (M)
11. Bommalaramara
12. M.Turka Palle
13. Rajapet
14. Yadagirigutta
15. Alair
16. Gundala
17. Thirumalagiri
18. Thungathurthi
19. Nuthankal
20. Atmakur (S)
21. Jajireddigude
22. Saligouraram
23. Mothkur
24. Pochampalle
25. Chityala
 
26. Narketpalle
27. Kattangoor
28. Nakrekal
29. Mothey
30. Thipparthi
31. Munugode
32. Narayanpur
33. Marriguda
34. Chandur
35. Kangal
36. Peddavoora
37. Pedda Adiserl
38. Gurrampode
39. Nampalle
40. Chinthapalle
41. Devarakonda
42. Chandampet
43. Damercherla
44. Tripuraram
45. Nadigudem
46. Choutuppal
47. Bibinagar

NELLORE

List of Mandals

  1. Manubolu
2. Kovur
3. Kaluvoya
4. Ananthasagara
5. Padalakur
6. Chejerla
7. Kodapuram
8. Atmakur
9. Seetharamapur
10. Kaligiri
11. Vinjamur
12. Marripadu
13. Anumasamudram
14. Rapur
15. Gudur
16. Sydapuram
17. Dakkili
18. Balayapalle
19. Ojili
20. Chillakur
21. Kota
 
22. Vakadu
23. Chittamur
24. Naidupeta
25. Doravarisatram
26. Sullurpeta
27. Tada
28. Udaigiri
29. Sangam
30. Muthur
31. Venkatachalam
32. Nellore Rural
33. Venkatagiri
34. Allur
35. Jaladanki
36. Dagadarthi
37. Duttalur
38. Varikuntapadu
39. Vidavfalur
40. Pellakur
41. Bogole
 

NIZAMABAD

List of Mandals






 
1. Nagareddipet
2. Pitlam
3. Jakranpalle
4. Machareddy
5. Gandhari
6. Lingampet
7. Tadwai
8. Domakonda
9. Nizamsagar
10. Bhlknoor
11. Sirikonda
12. Madnoor
13. Bichkunda
14. Nandipet
15. Sadashinagar
16. Kamareddy
17. Morthad
18. Balkonda
19. Vailpoor
20. Jukkal
21. Kammarpally
22. Bhimgal
23. Dichpally
24. Dharpally
25. Yellareddy
26. Banswada
27. Warni

VISAKHAPATNAM

List of Mandals

1. Ravikamatham
2. Golugonda
3. Nakkapalle
4. Munchingiput
5. Peda Bayalu
6. Hukumpeta
7. Dumbriguda
8. Araku Valley
9. Ananthagiri
10. Paderu
11. G.Madugula
12. Chintapalle
13. Gudem Kothav
14. Koyyuru

 
15. Pedagantyada
16. Narasipatnam
17. Madugulu
18. Anakapalli
19. Payakaraopeta
20. Bheemunipatnam
21. Devarapalli
22. Kotauratla
23. S.Rayavaram
24. Chodavaram
25. Elamanchilli
26. Cheedikada
27. Padmanabham
28. Madavarapalem
29. Rolugunta

RANGA REDDY

List of Mandals

1. Peddemul
2. Dharur
3. Yelal
4. Pargi
5. Bantaram
6. Marpalle
7. Kandukur
8. Mominpet
9. Nawabpet
10. Shankarpalle
11. Moinabad
12. Chevella
13. Vicarabad
14. Basheerabad
15. Doma
16. Gandeed
17. Kulkacharla
18. Pudur
19. Shabad
20. Shamshabad
21. Maheswaram
22. Ibrahimpatnam
23. Manchal
24. Yacharam
25. Tandur
26. Shamirpet
27. Medchal
28. Hayathnagar
29. Ghatkesar

WARANGAL

List of Mandals






 
1. Bachannapet
2. Cheryal
3. Dharmasagar
4. Geesugonda
5. Hanamkonda (Rural)
6. Kesamudram
7. Lingala Ghanpur
8. Maripeda
9. Narmetta
10. Nekkonda
11. Parvathagiri
12. Regonda
13. Thorrur
14. Mangapet
15. Bhupalapally
16. Chityal
17. Dornakal
18. Ghanpur (Station)
19. Hasanparthy
20. Kodakandla
21. Maddur
22. Mulug
23. Narsampet
24. Nellikudur
25. Ragunathpally
26. Sangem
27. Wardhannapet
28. Kothagudem
29. Chennaraopet
30. Deveruppula
31. Eturunagaram
32. Gudur
33. Jangaon (Rural)
34. Korivi
35. Mahabubabad
36. Nallabelly
37. Narsimhulapet
38. Palakurthya
39. Rayaparthy
40. Thadvai
41. Zafargadh
42. Mogullapally

WEST GODAVARI

List of Mandals

  1. Jeelugu Milli
2. Buttayagudem
3. Polavaram
4. Gopalapuram
5. T.Narasapuram
6. Devarapalle
7. Kamavarapukota
8. Chintalapudi
9. Pedavagi
10. Tallapudi
11. Koyyalagudem
12. Jangareddigudem
13. Lingapalem
14. D.Tirumala

PRAKASAM

List of Mandals

  1. Janakavarampa
2. Lingasamudram
3. Mundlamuru
4. Thallur
5. Chimakurthi
6. Kurichedu
7. Pullalacheruv
8. Yaddanapudi
9. Parchur
10. Santhanuthala
11. Donakonda
12. Maddipadu
13. Yerragondapal
14. Peda Aravedu
15. Dornala
16. Ardhaveedu
17. Tarlupadu
18. Konkanamitla
19. Podili
20. Korisapadu
21. Marripudi
22. Kanigiri

 
23. Hanumanthuni
24. Chandrasekha
25. Veligandla
26. Pedacherlapal
27. Ponnalur
28. Kondapi
29. Kothapatnam
30. Tangutur
31. Zarugumalli
32. Voletivaripa
33. Gudluru
34. Ulavapadu
35. N.G.Padu
36. Addanki
37. Martur
38. Cumbum
39. Giddalur
40. Kandukur
41. Komarolu
42. Tripuranthakam
43. Racherla
44. Darsi
45. Ballikurava