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Official Website : http://www.kurnool.ap.gov.in

Headquarters : Kurnool
State : Andhra Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 17658
Rural : 17310.61
Urban : 347.39

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 4053463
Rural : 2904177
Urban : 1149286
Male : 2039227
Female : 2014236
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 988
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 230

Official language : Telugu

Helplines :
Collectorate Control Room :08518-277305
State Call Centre : 1100
Fire : 100
Medical Help line : 108
BSNL Helpline : 1503 / 1800-180-1503

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/201/download?token=hHDvbybz

Brief About Kurnool District
This district derives its name from its chief town Kurnool the capital of former Nawabs, Capital of Andhra Pradesh State from 1st October 1953 to 1st November, 1956 and at present the headquarters of the district. The name Kurnool is said to have been derived form “Kandanavolu”.

At present Kurnool District comprises 3 Revenue Divisions, 54 Revenue Mandals 53 Mandal Parishads, One Municipal Corporation , 3 Municipalities, 899 Gram Panchayats(Notified – 7, Non notified – 862 ) , 920 Revenue Villages and 615 Hamlet Villages.

Physiography
Nallamalas and Erramalas are the two important mountain ranges in the district running in parallel from North to South. The Erramalas divide the district into two well defined tracts from East to West. Between Erramalas and Nallamalas lies the Eastern part of the district comprises Nandikotkur, Pagidyala,Kothapalli, amulapadu, Atmakur, Velgodu, Jupadu Bunglow, Midthur, BandiAtmakur, Gadivemula, Nandyal, Mahanandi, Panyam, Banaganapalli, Owk, Koilakuntla, Rudravaram and Chagalamarri Mandals. This tract is crossed by the crest of Krishna and Pennar, watershed at the North part of the Pagidyala mandal at about 1000 above the sea level. From this height the ground slopes to the South along the river Kundu till it traverses into Pennar valley. Major part of its tract is predominantly black cotton soils