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KAMAREDDY

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An official Census 2011 detail of Kamareddy, a district of Telangana has been released by Directorate of Census Operations in Telangana. Enumeration of key persons was also done by census officials in Kamareddy District of Telangana.


Kamareddy has been carved out of Nizamabad district. It is bounded by Nizamabad district on the North, and Sircilla district and Siddipet district on the East and South East directions respectively. It is bounded on the South by Sangareddy and Medak districts and on the West and South West by the Nanded district and Bidar district of Maharashtra and Karnataka states respectively.


In 2011 Kamareddy had population of 974227 of which male and female were 479192 and 495035 respectively. In 2001 census, Kamareddy had a population of 879373 of which males were 438634 and remaining 440739 were females. Kamareddy District population.


Population Growth Rate

There was change of 8.8 percent in the population compared to population as per 2001.

Density of Population

The initial provisional data released by census India 2011, shows that density of Kamareddy district for 2011 is 289 people per sq. km. In 2001, Kamareddy district density was at 265 people per sq. km. Kamareddy district administers 3667 square kilometers of areas.

Literacy Rate

Average literacy rate of Kamareddy in 2011 were 48.49 compared to 39.7 of 2001. If things are looked out at gender wise, male and female literacy were 57.1 and 39.4 respectively. For 2001 census, same figures stood at 51.19 and 28.27 in Kamareddy District. Total literate in Kamareddy District were349132 of which male and female were 224550 and 124582 respectively.

Sex Ratio

With regards to Sex Ratio in Kamareddy, it stood at 1036 per 1000 male compared to 2001 census figure of 1004. The average national sex ratio in India is as per latest reports of Census 2011 Directorate. In 2011 census, child sex ratio is 1062 girls per 1000 boys.

Child Population

In census enumeration, data regarding child under 0-6 age were also collected for all districts including Kamareddy. There were total 111966 children under age of 0-6. Of total 111966 male and female were 57678 and 54288 respectively. Child Sex Ratio as per census 2011 was 1062. Children under 0-6 formed 10.8 percent of Kamareddy District.

Urban Population

Out of the total Kamareddy population for 2011 census, 8.24 percent lives in urban regions of district. In total 80315 people lives in urban areas of which males are 39660 and females are 40655. Sex Ratio in urban region of Kamareddy district is 1025 as per 2011 census data. Similarly child sex ratio in Kamareddy district was 956 in 2011 census. Child population (0-6) in urban region was 8772 of which males and females were 4483 and 4289. This child population figure of Kamareddy district is 10.92 % of total urban population. Average literacy rate in Kamareddy district as per census 2011 is 70.76 % of which males and females are 77.74 % and 63.95 % literates respectively. In actual number 56834 people are literate in urban region of which males and females are 30832 and 26002 respectively.

Rural Population

As per 2011 census, 91.76 % population of Kamareddy districts lives in rural areas of villages. The total Kamareddy district population living in rural areas is 893912 of which males and females are 439532 and 454380 respectively. In rural areas of Kamareddy district, sex ratio is 1033 females per 1000 males. If child sex ratio data of Kamareddy district is considered, figure is 939 girls per 1000 boys. Child population in the age 0-6 is 103194 in rural areas of which males were 53195 and females were 49999. The child population comprises 11.54% of total rural population of Kamareddy district. Literacy rate in rural areas of Kamareddy district is 48.12 % as per census data 2011. Gender wise, male and female literacy stood at 57.56 and 39 percent respectively. In total 430212 people were literate of which males and females were 253007 and 177205 respectively.

Administrative setup

The district has three Revenue divisions, with 19 Mandals, 474 villages & 325 Grama Panchayats.

Historical Background

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Domakonda Fort was constructed initially during the age of QutubShahis and AsafJahis. The fort was also controlled by Chalukyas of Kalyani and the Kakatiyas. From 1786 A.D to 1947 the Kamineni rulers ruled from this fort. Koulas Fort is a massive fort dating back to the 14th century, spread across 6 sq km and located in Jukkal mandal close to Bidar – Nanded road. This fort was built by Kakatiya rulers. The Koulas Fort was constructed in the semi-Dravidian style at an altitude of about 1100 ft. The Koulas dam which is about 20 km away from the fort, attracts a large number of migratory birds in winter.


KAMAREDDY TOURIST SPOTS & Irrigation Potential

POCHARAM PROJECT - Introduction and History


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 Pocharam Project is an existing Medium Irrigation Project constructed across Alair stream near Pocharam (V), Nagireddypet (M) in Nizamabad District.The Project is located at a distance of 20 km from Medak.


  The Project work was Constructed in the year 1922 at a cost of Rs 27.11 Lakhs. TheGovernment have accorded administrative approval for an amount of Rs.1430.00 Lakhs for modernisation of the canal system of the Pocharam Project. Under Rajiv Palle Bata programme administrative approval was accorded for Rs.73.00 Lakhs for modernisation of distributaries.


Location :

 This project was constructed across Alair river near Pocharam village and Nagireddypet mandal of Nizamabad District.


Source :  Alair river


Scope :  The scheme is intended to irrigate an ayacut of 10,500 Acres benefitting 42 number of villages.


Inter - State Aspects :   There are no Inter-State problems for this Projects.


Irrigation Potential :

 The scheme is intended to irrigate an ayacut of 10,500 Acres benefitting 42 no of villages in Nagireddy and Yellareddy mandals and also water supply to Yellareddy town.








NIZAMSAGAR PROJECT - Introduction and History


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 Nizamsagar Project was constructed by the Nizam during 1923-31 to provide irrigation to 2.75 lakh acres in Nizambad District. Improvements to Nizamsagar project are aimed at restoring the lost capacity of the reservoir due to silting, by raising the height of the gates by 1.5 metersand strengthening the gravity dam.


  The modernisation of Nizamsagar Project system was taken up during 1970 and the full reservoir level (FRL) of Nizamsagar has been raised from 426.87 to 428.24 meters which resulted in, increase in the storage capacity of the reservoir from 11.8 to 17.8 thousand million cubic feet (TMC).


 Singitham and Kalyanivagu diversions to supplement Nizamsagar main canal have been constructed at a cost of Rs. 985 lakhs as suggested by the Technical Expert Committee to minimize the gap ayacut, with National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) loan assistance.


Location :

 The project is located near Achampet (Village), Nizamsagar (Mandal).


Source :  Manjira / Godavary Basin


Scope :  The project evisages provision of Irrigation facilities to an area of about 2.31 lakh acres in 15 mandals of Nizambad District.


Inter - State Aspects :   There are no interstate aspects involved in the project.


Irrigation Potential :

 The scheme is intended to irrigate an ayacut of 2.31 lach Acres.


Seepage Losses :

 The efficiencies of distributary system and field applications are 75% and 65% respectively. These efficiencies accounted for seepage losses.


INDUSTRIAL PROFILE


DISTRICT INDUSTRIES CENTRE: KAMAREDDY::




Industrial Scenario in Kamareddy District


  Large and Medium Industries:


  Kamareddy District is mostly Agriculture based district and there are Five Large and Medium Industries Existing in the district, with an Investment of Rs. (292.4) crores and providing employment to (737) number of persons (Annexure-I).


  Further, there are Five Large and Medium Industries, which are under implementation, with a proposed Investment of Rs.(552.43) and proposed Employment to the ( 634) number of persons (Annexure-II).


  SSI Units existing in the District:


  In the district (192) units are existing with an Investment of Rs(.229.8) Crores and providing employment to the (1145) number of persons directly and indirectly.


  As the district is nearer to the Hyderabad which is the capital of Telangana and the national highway( 44) is connected from District Head quarters to Hyderabad, which is very easier for transportation of the finished product and for marketing opportunities and raw material available.


  Moreover, the Entrepreneurs are looking forward for investing in Kamareddy District as it is nearer to capital city and availability of land is huge & of low cost.


 More Large and Medium Industries are interested in establishment in Bhiknoor and Kamareddy Mandals , Which are nearer to Hyderabad.


  In other mandals like Jukkal, Madnoor, Bichkunda, the cultivation of Cotton and Pulses is good. There are also many cotton ginning and pressing industries already existing in the Madnoor Mandal.


  There are (5) Large and Medium Industries Existing in the District:


Sl.No Name of the Industry Line of activity Installed Capacity Investment Rs. In lakhs EMP
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Vajra Granites, Baswapur (V), Bhiknoor (M) Polished granite slabs 112000 Sq.Mt /Per Annum 1170.79 68
2 NCS Gayatri Sugars Ltd, Adloor Yellareddy (V) Sadashivnagar (M) Sugar Rectified Spirit Extra Neutral Alcohol 3500 TCD

45 KLtrs/ Per  Day

45 KLtrs/ Per  Day

12138 340
3 G.S.R. Sugars, Magi (V) Nizamsagar (M) Sugar Generation of Power 2500 TPD 16.25 MW 900 179
4 Posh Chemicals Pvt Ltd, Talamadla (V), Bhiknoor(M) Sulphamethiz ole (13-Products) 1575000 Kgs per annum 6867 100
5 Sri Hari Ferro Alloys Pvt Limited, Sy. No.1369, Bhiknoor (V) &(M) Ferro Manganese, Ferro Silicon Manganese, Silica 36000 MT 817.09 50

  Large and Medium Industries under implementation ( Details are shown below )


Sl No Name of the Industry Line of activity Installed Capacity Investment Rs. in lakhs Emp. Remarks
1 Redson Seamless Tubes Pvt Ltd, Baswapur (V) Bhiknoor (M), Kamareddy Dist Seamless Steel Tubes/ Seamless Steel Pipes 2,500,000 Tonnes 45200.00 400 Approvals applied under Single Window
2 Vijaya Shri Green Energy Pvt Ltd, Kyasampally (V), Kamareddy  Dist Solar Power Plant 1.8MW 1000.00 30 Land acquired, approached the Financial Institution.
3 M/s Value Labs LLP, Sy. No.564/A1, 563/A2, 564/AA2, 548/1, 562/2, 548/2, 563/1 & 564/2A, Gandhari (V) & (M), Kamareddy Dist Bio-mass based Briquettes

 

90,000 Tons 1380.00

 

69 Land acquired, the Consent for Establishment order from PCB is obtained.
4 M/s.Vaishnavi Graphics & Printers, Plot No.3-620/D, Opp: Axis Bank, Vidya nagar, Kamareddy Dist Printing Works 210.00 12 Machinery is erected
5 M/s MSN Life Stinces, Sy. No.544 to 546, Bhiknoor (V&M), Kamareddy Dist Bulk Drugs 6020.00 100 Environmental Clearance is obtained.

  Scope for setting of Industries in Kamareddy District:


  Kamareddy district is partially industrially developed. There is scope for agro based industries in the district as paddy, maize, turmeric, soya are the main crops. The Small Scale industries and tiny industries that have come up in the district are mostly agro based,. The sector wise project opportunities are given here under.


   1.Food based:


  Modern Rice mills / Paraboiled Rice Mills, Seed processing, Vegetable Oil Refinery,Maize Starch, Mini Dhal mills, Oil mills, Spice powders, Bakeries, Ice cream, Confectionery, Chilly & Masala powder, Vermicelli, Veg. Noodles, Biscuits and cookies,Tissue Culture, Pickles, Papads, Groundnut, chikkie, Cattle Feed Poultry Feed etc


  2.Service oriented:


  Agricultural Implements, Servicing of Agricultural Equipment like motors, tractors, oil engines, Auto mobile services.


  3. Textiles:


  Ready made garments, Cloth weaving, School uniforms, Hosiery, Screen Printing on cloth sarees, Spinning Mills4.


  4. Plastic & Rubber:


  Plastic Reprocessing, Plastic files and folders, Plastic Electrical goods like, T – Joints, Elbows, Bends etc,Polythene Bags, Plastic beeds and Bangles, Tyre Retreading


  5. Construction:


  Aluminium Builders Hardware, Cement Hollow Bricks, Clay Bricks, Centering material , Light weight bricks.


  6. Chemical and allied:


  Black Phenyl & White Phenyl, Utensil washing Powder, Acid


  7. Paper based products:


  Exercise note books, registers Greeting cards, Visiting cards & Wedding cards, Paper napkins, White duplex paper8.


  8. Others:


  Steel and Aluminum furniture, Automobile repair workshops, Aluminum Utensils, Cyber cafes, Data Processing centers, Mineral water.