List of Districts in Andhra Pradesh 2021

List of Districts in Andhra Pradesh 2021

Andhra Pradesh is a state in the south-eastern coastal region of India. As of 2021, there are a total of 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh.

Andhra Pradesh District List

#DistrictPopulation (2011)Area (km²)
1Anantapur40,83,31519,130
2Chittoor41,70,46815,152
3East Godavari51,51,54910,807
4Guntur48,89,23011,391
5Kadapa28,84,52415,359
6Krishna45,29,0098,727
7Kurnool40,46,60117,658
8Prakasam33,92,76417,626
9Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore29,66,08213,076
10Srikakulam26,99,4715,837
11Visakhapatnam42,88,11311,161
12Vizianagaram23,42,8686,539
13West Godavari39,34,7827,742

Largest & Smallest District in Andhra Pradesh by Area

Anantapur district covering an area of 19130 km² is the largest district in Andhra Pradesh. Srikakulam district is the smallest district of Andhra Pradesh with a total area of 585 km²

# By AreaDistrictArea
LargestAnantapur19130 km²
Smallest Srikakulam 587 km2

 Source: Census 2011

Largest & Smallest District in Andhra Pradesh by Population

East Godavari  District is the most populated district in Andhra Pradesh. Its Population as per census 2011 is 51.51 Lakhs. Vizianagaram District with a population of 23.42 Lakhs is the least populated district in  Andhra Pradesh.

# by PopulationDistrictPopulation (Census 2011)
Most PopulatedEast Godavari5,151,549
LeastVizianagaram2,342,868
Highest and Lowest Population Density

Krishna District (519 people per km) has the highest Population density in Andhra Pradesh. Kadapa District with a population density of 188  people per km is the lowest density district in Andhra Pradesh.

# by DensityDistrictDensity (person/km)
HighestKrishna519
LeastKadapa188

Source: Census 2011

Andhra Pradesh District with Highest & Lowest Literacy rate

West Godavari district has the highest literacy rate in Andhra Pradesh. Its literacy rate is 74.63%. Vizianagaram with a literacy rate of 58.89% is the least literate district in Andhra Pradesh
 
# by Literacy RateDistrictLiteracy Rate
Most LiterateWest Godavari74.63 %
LeastVizianagaram58.89%

Source: Census 2011

Andhra Pradesh District with Highest & Lowest Male Female Ratio

Vizianagaram district (1019) has the highest Male-Female Sex ratio in Andhra Pradesh.  Anantapur District (977) has the lowest male-female sex ratio in Andhra Pradesh

# by Sex RatioDistrictSex ratio
HighestVizianagaram1019 females to 1000 males
LowestAnantapur977 females to 1000 males

Source: Census 2011

Andhra Pradesh Districts - Density | Literacy Rate | Sex Ratio
#DistrictDensitySex RatioLiteracy
1Anantapur21397763.57%
2Chittoor27599771.53%
3East Godavari477100670.99%
4Guntur429100367.40%
5Kadapa18898567.30%
6Krishna51999273.74%
7Kurnool22998859.97%
8Prakasam19298163.08%
9Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore22798568.90%
10Srikakulam462101561.74%
11Visakhapatnam384100666.91%
12Vizianagaram358101958.89%
13West Godavari509100474.63%