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Government of Andhra Pradesh

Government of Andhra Pradesh
Seat of Government Hyderabad
Executive
Governor Ekkadu Srinivasan Lakshmi Narasimhan
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu
Deputy Chief Minister K. E. Krishnamurthy Nimmakayala China Rajappa
Legislature
Assembly
Speaker Kodela Siva Prasad Rao
Deputy Speaker Mandali Buddha Prasad
Members in Assembly 175
Council Vidhan Parishad
Chairman To Be Elected
Deputy Chairman To Be Elected
Members in Council 56
Judiciary
High Court High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad
Chief Justice Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta

Government of Andhra Pradesh is the government for the state of Andhra Pradesh in South India.

It is an elected government with 175 MLAs elected to the legislative assembly for a 5-year term.

Executive

The Government of Andhra Pradesh is a democratically elected body with the Governor as the constitutional head. The Governor who is appointed for a period of five years appoints the Chief Minister and his council of ministers. Even though the governor remains the ceremonial head of the state, the day-to-day running of the government is taken care of by the Chief Minister and his council of ministers in whom a great deal of legislative powers is vested.

AP Government Employees[1]
Lakhs % Type of Employee
6.06 46.65% State Government
3.39 26.07% Local Bodies
2.53 19.47% PSU

Legislature

The Andhra Pradesh Legislature is currently bicameral consisting of:

Judiciary

High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad is the highest court of appeal at the state level. It has subordinate Civil and Criminal Courts in every District.[2] Decisions of the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad can be appealed in the Supreme Court of India.

List of Assembly Constituencies

There are a total of 175 Assembly Constituencies, spread across 13 districts, in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

District-wise Assembly Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh

Anantapur district

  1. Ananthapuram
  2. Dharmavaram
  3. Rapthadu
  4. Hindupuram
  5. Kadiri
  6. Kalyanadurgam
  7. Madakasira
  8. Puttaparth
  9. Uravakonda
  10. Tadipatri
  11. singanamala (SC)

Chittoor district

There are 14 Assembly constituencies in Chittoor district. Previously the district had 15 assembly constituencies, but reduced to 14 in 2007. Old constituencies like Vepanjeri, Puttur and Vayalpadu were lost in the Delimitation Commission Act of 2002 giving rise to new constituencies of Puthalapattu and Gangadhara Nellore.

  1. Chittoor
  2. Puthalapattu (SC)
  3. Gangadhara nellore (SC)
  4. Chandragiri
  5. Nagiri
  6. Palamaneru
  7. Kuppam
  8. Madanapalle
  9. Punganuru
  10. Pileru
  11. Tamballapalli
  12. Tirupati
  13. Satyavedu (SC)
  14. Srikalahasti

East Godavari district

There are 19 Assembly constituencies in East Godavari district. Previously the district had 21 assembly constituencies, but reduced to 19 in 2007.

  1. Kakinada - Urban
  2. Kakinada - Rural
  3. Pithapuram
  4. Peddapuram
  5. Jaggampeta
  6. Prathipadu
  7. Tuni
  8. Amalapuram
  9. Kothapeta
  10. P.Gannavaram
  11. Razole
  12. Mummidivaram
  13. Ramachandrapuram
  14. Mandapeta
  15. Rajahmundry - Urban
  16. Rajahmundry - Rural
  17. Anaparthy
  18. Rajanagaram
  19. Rampachodavaram

Guntur district

  1. Bapatla
  2. Chilakaluripeta
  3. Guntur East
  4. Guntur West
  5. Gurajala
  6. Mangalagiri
  7. Macharla
  8. Narsaraopeta
  9. Pedakoorapadu
  10. Ponnuru
  11. Prattipadu
  12. Repalle
  13. Sattenapalli
  14. Tadikonda
  15. Tenali
  16. Vemuru
  17. Vinukonda

Kadapa district

  1. Jammalamadugu
  2. Kadapa
  3. Kamalapuram
  4. Rly Koduru
  5. Mydukur
  6. Proddatur
  7. Pulivendula
  8. Rajampeta
  9. Rayachoti
  10. Badvel

Krishna district

  1. Avanigadda
  2. Gannavaram
  3. Gudivada
  4. Jaggayyapeta
  5. Kaikaluru
  6. Machilipatnam
  7. Mylavaram
  8. Nandigama (SC)
  9. Nuzvid
  10. Pamarru (SC)
  11. Pedana
  12. Penamaluru
  13. Tiruvuru (SC)
  14. Vijayawada (Central)
  15. Vijayawada (East)
  16. Vijayawada (West)

Kurnool district

  1. Adoni
  2. Aluru
  3. Allagadda
  4. Dhone
  5. Kodumuru
  6. Banaganapalli
  7. Kurnool
  8. Mantralayam
  9. Nandyala
  10. Nandikotkuru
  11. Panyam
  12. Pattikonda
  13. Srisailam
  14. Yemmiganur

Nellore district

  1. Kavali
  2. Atmakur
  3. Kovur
  4. Nellore City (II)
  5. Nellore Rural (I)
  6. Sarvepalli
  7. Gudur(sc)
  8. Sullurpeta(sc)
  9. Venkatagiri
  10. Udayagiri

Prakasam district

  1. Addanki
  2. Chirala
  3. Darsi
  4. Giddaluru
  5. Kandukur
  6. Kanigiri
  7. Kondepi(SC)
  8. Markapuram
  9. Ongole
  10. Parchur
  11. Santhanuthalapadu (SC)
  12. Yerragondapalem(SC)

Srikakulam district

As per revision from 2009 elections :

  1. Amadalavalasa
  2. Etcherla
  3. Ichapuram
  4. Narasannapeta
  5. Palakonda
  6. Palasa
  7. Pathapatnam
  8. Srikakulam
  9. Tekkali
  10. Rajam

Visakhapatnam district

  1. Anakapalli
  2. Aruku
  3. Bhimunipatnam
  4. Chintapalli(ST)
  5. Chodavaram
  6. Elamanchili
  7. Madugula
  8. Narsipatnam
  9. Paderu
  10. Paravada
  11. Pendurthi
  12. Payakaraopeta(SC)
  13. Gajuwaka
  14. Vizag east
  15. Vizag west
  16. Vizag north
  17. Vizag south
  18. uppada

Vizianagaram district

  1. Bobbili
  2. Bhogapuram
  3. Chipurupalli
  4. Gajapathinagaram
  5. Naguru
  6. Parvathipuram
  7. Satiwada
  8. Saluru
  9. Srungavarapukota
  10. Terlam
  11. Uttarapalli
  12. Vizianagaram
  13. duvvur
  14. pusapatirega
  15. Jiyyammavalasa

West Godavari district

  1. Achanta
  2. Bhimavaram
  3. Chintalapudi (SC)
  4. Denduluru
  5. Eluru
  6. Gopalapuram (SC)
  7. Kovvur (SC)
  8. Narsapuram
  9. Nidadavole
  10. Palakollu
  11. Polavaram (ST)
  12. Tadepalligudem
  13. Tanuku
  14. Undi
  15. Unguturu


Government Employment by District

The number and percentage of employment shall be updated once the government of residual Andhra Pradesh releases the information in this regard

See also

References

  1. ^ Employee Census 2006. Apdes.ap.gov.in. Retrieved on 2012-01-09.
  2. ^ Judicial Directory. Hc.ap.nic.in. Retrieved on 2012-01-09.


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