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Santhipuram Population

Santhipuram is a Town and Mandal in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. Total number of villages in this Mandal is 60. Santhipuram Mandal sex ratio is 966 females per 1000 of males.

Population of Santhipuram

PopulationMalesFemalesHouseholds
61,78931,43130,35813,304

Santhipuram is Mandal in Andhra Pradesh state, Santhipuram Mandal population in 2022 is 79,090. According to 2011 census of India, Total Santhipuram population is 61,789 people are living in this Mandal, of which 31,431 are male and 30,358 are female. Population of Santhipuram in 2021 is 76,618 Literate people are 34,096 out of 19,797 are male and 14,299 are female. Total workers are 33,486 depends on multi skills out of which 18,260 are men and 15,226 are women. Total 10,640 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 6,164 are cultivated by men and 4,476 are women. 13,824 people works in agricultural land as a labour in Santhipuram, men are 6,824 and 7,000 are women.

Santhipuram population chart

The Santhipuram population chart is a graph that shows the distribution of all demographic groups, Literacy percentage is 55.18 percent, out of these 32.04 percent is male literates and 23.14 percent is female literates. Total Workers percentage is 54.19 percent, out of these 29.55 percent is male workers and 24.64 percent is female workers.Total Mandal Agriculture farmers percentage is 17.22 percent in Santhipuram, out of these 9.98 percent is male farmers and 7.24 percent is female farmers. Santhipuram Labor percentage is 22.37 percent, out of these 11.04 percent is male labor and 11.33 percent is female labor. Santhipuram Mandal people is divided down between male and female members of the population. The below graphic shows from Literacy to Households of Santhipuram Mandal.

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Santhipuram barchart on population, literacy, workers & households

Santhipuram Mandal population list

Santhipuram Mandal has a total of 60 locations/villages, Below is the population table listing as per the last census of 2011 showing male, female and household information in the Chittoor district.

Locations/VillagesPopulation 2011MaleFemaleHouseholds
Bellakogila791387404170
Vadagandlapalle980521459207
Anikera537275262115
Nallappareddiyuru682364318129
Regadadinnepalle46925321694
Bendanakuppam31515815772
Pedduru719362357164
Konerukuppam931465466223
Sathu551273278116
Chinthakampalle26413013456
Settiballa1,487749738348
Motakothuru2,2931,1361,157504
Chinagandlapalle570283287132
Krishnapuram1,928964964408
Boyanapalle1,145578567248
Gundusettipalle2,3641,2281,136502
Matam Santhampalle29315214169
Kenamakulapalle1,779931848417
Joniganuru40324515899
Gunjarlapalle1,105579526275
Chinnaradoddi1,751890861359
Rallabaduguru4,3972,1722,225970
Gesikapalle1,807939868318
Karumatla148757326
Dommarathippana Palle157936429
Muddanapalle2,9291,4801,449624
Cheemanapalle1,093553540184
Karlagatta1,723864859375
Jalliganipalle671354317164
Morasanapalle2,5971,3201,277558
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Santhipuram Mandal Villages List

Santhipuram is a Mandal in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh state in India. Below is the list of Towns and Villages in Santhipuram Mandal. Total Number of Villages in this Mandal list are 60.

  1. Ammavaripeta
  2. Anchinayanikuppam
  3. Anikera
  4. Arimuthanapalle
  5. Banthimadugu Gollapalle
  6. Bellakogila
  7. Bendanakuppam
  8. Bennayanuru
  9. Boyanapalle
  10. Cheemanapalle
  11. Chillamanipalle
  12. Chinagandlapalle
  13. Chinnaradoddi
  14. Chinthakampalle
  15. Chowdampalle
  16. Dandikuppam
  17. Dommarathippanapalle
  18. Donkumanipalle
  19. Gesikapalle
  20. Gollapalledinne
  21. Gundusettipalle
  22. Gunjarlapalle
  23. Jalliganipalle
  24. Jeedimanipalle
  25. Joniganuru
  26. Kadapalla
  27. Kadirimuthanapalle
  28. Kadiriobanapalle
  29. Kalamaladoddi
  30. Karlagatta

Mandals of Chittoor

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