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  • Andhra PradeshDistrict FactbookSrikakulam District

    (Key Socio-economic Data of Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh)January, 2017

  • Editor & DirectorDr. R.K. Thukral

    Research EditorDr. Shafeeq Rahman

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  • Srikakulam District at a Glance

    District came into Existence -

    District Headquarter Srikakulam

    Distance from State Capital 724 Kms.

    Geographical Area (In Square km.) 5,837 (Ranks 13th in State and 179th in India)Wastelands Area (In Square km.)(2008-2009)

    849.94

    Total Number of Households 6,89,323

    Population 27,03,114 (Persons), 13,41,738 (Males), 13,61,376 (Females) (Ranks 12th inState and 147th in India)

    Population Growth Rate (2001-2011)

    6.52 (Persons), 6.49 (Males), 6.56 (Females)

    Number of SubDistricts/Towns/Villages

    Sub-districts (38), Towns (12) and Villages (1,802)

    Forest Cover (2015) 10.60% of Total Geographical AreaPercentage of Urban/RuralPopulation

    16.16 (Urban), 83.84 (Rural)

    Administrative Language Telugu

    Principal Languages (2001) Telugu (92.00%), Oriya (5.44%), Savara (1.91%), Urdu (0.27%), Gondi (0.10%),Hindi (0.10%) and Others (0.06%)

    Population Density 463 (Persons per Sq. km.)

    Sex Ratio 1015 (Females per 1000 Males)

    Child Ratio (Age Group 0-6 Year) 954 (Females per 1000 Males)

    Number of Live Births (2014) 46,216 (Persons), 23,610 (Males), 22,606 (Females)

    Number of Deaths (2014) 15,209 (Persons), 8,627 (Males), 6,582 (Females)

    Literacy Rate (In %age) 61.74 (Persons), 71.61 (Males), 52.08 (Females)

    Literates 14,95,381 (Persons), 8,57,824 (Males), 6,37,557 (Females)

    Illiterates 12,07,733 (Persons), 4,83,914 (Males), 7,23,819 (Females)

    Major Religions Hindu (98.66%), Christian (0.70%), Muslim (0.33%), Sikh (0.01%), Jain (0.01%)and Buddhist (0.00%)

    Schedule Caste Population 2,55,664 (Persons), 1,25,214 (Males), 1,30,450 (Females), Percentage of SC inTotal Population (1.84)

    Major Schedule Caste Population Mala, Mala Ayawaru (65.66%); Madiga (11.64%); Relli (9.19%); Dom, Dombara,Paidi, Pano (3.45%); Dandasi (2%)

    Schedule Tribe Population 1,66,118 (Persons), 81,382 (Males), 84,736 (Females), Percentage of ST in TotalPopulation (2.81)

    Major Schedule Tribe Population

    Savaras, Kapu Savaras, Maliya Savaras, Khutto Savaras (63%); Jatapus(16.53%); Kotia, Bentho Oriya, Bartika, Dulia, Holva, Sanrona, Sidhopaiko(8.95%); Konda Dhoras, Kubi (3.32%); Yerukulas, Koracha, Dabba Yerukula,Kunchapuri Yerukula, Uppu Yerukula (2.22%)

    Number of Total Workers 12,90,288 (Persons), 7,66,483 (Males), 5,23,805 (Females)Labour Force Participation Rate(2011-2012)

    53.93% (Rural), 34.43% (Urban)

    Major Source of Income AgriculturalGross District Domestic Product(2015-16) (AE) (Rs. in Lakh)

    20,98,600 At Current Price / 16,99,100 At Constant (2011-2012) Prices

    Net District Domestic Product(2015-16) (AE) (Rs. in Lakh)

    18,79,800 At Current Price / 15,12,900 At Constant (2011-2012) Prices

    Per Capita Income (NDDP, At FactorCost) (2015-16) (AE) (In Rs.)

    74,638 At Current Price / 60,210 At Constant (2011-2012) Prices

    Number of Tourists (As on 31stDecember, 2014)

    88,44,746 (Domestic Tourist) / 205 (Foreign Tourist)

    Major Tourist PlacesSun Temple of Arasavally, Srikurman Vishnu Temple and SrimukhalingamTemple, Baruva and Kaviti, Telineelapuram Bird Sanctuary, Bhavanapadu,Kalingapatnam, Mogadalapadu and Kallepalli.

    Note: A ll figures for 2011 Census, Otherwise year is mentioned.

  • No. Particulars Page No.

    1 Administrative Setup 1-10

    Location Map | District w ith Sub-Districts | Reference Map of District |About District | Administrative Unit | Villages | Towns | Wards |Panchayats

    2 Demographics 11-33

    Population l Sex Ratio | Density | Child Population | Child Sex Ratio |Decadal Growth | Age Group Population | Age Group Population ofCurrently Married | Economically Active Population | Ageing Population |Dependency Ratio | Single Year Age Population | Scheduled CastePopulation | Scheduled Tribe Population | Religious Population | CD BlockPopulation

    3 Economy 34-45

    GDP/NDP | Per Capita Income | Households by Income Groups |Disposable Income | Banking | District Central Co-operative Banks |Lead Banks | Investment and Debt | Fair Price Shops/Ration Cards |Taxation | Primary Weavers Co-Operative Societies

    4 Market Size 46-57

    Monthly Per Capita Expenditure | Estimated Annual Expenditure /Average Per Capita Consumer Expenditure on Services and DurableGoods

    5 Life Style 58-62

    Households having Radio/Transistor, Television | Households havingComputer/Laptop/Internet | Households having Telephone/MobilePhone | Households having Bicycle, Scooter/Motor Cycle/Moped &Car/Jeep/Van | Circulation of Dailies | Printing Press

    6 Infrastructure 63-80

    Occupied Houses used as Shops/Offices | Amenities | Sanitation | RoadLength | Length of Coastal Line and Water Spread Area | VehicleRegistered | Power | Telecom | Post Office & PIN Code | Tourism | LPGDistributors

    7 Industries 81-116

    Factories, Capital Invested and Persons Employed (2 & 3 digit levelIndustries) | Factories by Type of Organisation/Ownership |Consumption of Fuels | Manufacturing Industries Share of GDP |Outstanding Credit of SCBs according to Industrial Occupation | Micro,Small and Medium Enterprises | Registered Factories | MineralsProduction | Ongoing Projects

    8 Labour and Workforce 117-124

    Total Workers | Main Workers | Marginal Workers | Non-Workers |Average Wages/Earning per Day Received by Usual Principal ActivityStatus | Daily Agricultural Wages | Employment Indicators

    9 Agriculture 125-143

    Land Utilisation | Production of Major Food Crops | Production ofCommercial Crops | Production of Fruit & Vegetable Crops | Productionof Spices | Consumption of Fertilisers | Milk, Egg & Meat Production | FishProduction | Veterinary Institutions | Livestock Population | PoultryPopulation | Irrigation | Land Holdings | Farmer

  • 10 Education 144-149

    Literacy Rate | Population by Educational Level | Census Houses Usedas School/College etc. | Enrollment | Enrollment by Medium of Instruction| Gross/Net Enrollment Ratio | Teachers | Gini Coefficient Education |Population by Mother Tongue

    11 Health 150-167

    Health Institutions | Govt. Allopathic Medical Facilities | HIV Patients |Live Births Registered | Deaths Registered | Infant Deaths Registered |Disabled Population by Type of Disability | Houses used forHospital/Dispensary | Households by Married Couples per Householdand Dwelling Rooms | Maternal and Child Health Indicators (HMIS) |District Level Household Health Indicators | Family Welfare Programmes |National Family Health Survey (NFHS)

    12 Environment and Pollution 168-171

    Geographical Area | Wastelands | Forest Cover | Rainfall | Latitude,Longitude and Altitude | Water Quality

    13 Housing 172-184

    Households | Houseless Households | Houseless Population | Standardof Living Index | Housing Condition | House and Their Uses | SlumPopulation | Housing Schemes

    14 Crime & Law 185-191

    Incidence of IPC Crime | Police Force & Home Guards | Fire Accidents |Petitions | Police Officer/Officials | Judicial Officers

    15 Social and Welfare Schemes 192-199

    Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme(MGNREGS) | Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY) | District Rural DevelopmentAgencies (DRDA) | National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) |Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA) | Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM)-Gramin |Self-Help Groups (SHGs) | Aadhaar Card (UIDAI) Enrollments

    16 Electoral 200-204

    Vote Distribution of Major Parties (Parliamentary Election-2014 andAssembly Election 2014) | Name and Address of MPs/MLAs | Electors

    17 Annexure - I to V 205-304

    18 Useful Contacts 305

    19 Abbreviations & Sources 306

    20 Concepts and Definitions 307-310

    21 Disclaimer & Terms of Use 311

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    About Srikakulam District

    Srikakulam is a district of Andhra Pradesh state with its administrative headquarterslocated at Srikakulam city. It has been proved that there was the human inhabitation atSangamayya Konda and Dannanapeta during Stone Age and Iron Age periods. The mainpart of Dannanapeta Iron Age megalithic site is a large single capstone as a dolmen with36 ft in length and 14 ft in width and 2 ft in thickness. The Jain monuments and Buddhistremnants found near

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