Location of Thimmampet
Thimmampet is a village in Duggondi Mandal of Warangal district in Telangana. Thimmampet is located 30 kilometres from Warangal City, 9 km from Narsampet town and 2 km from Laknepalli, a village located in Warangal - Narsampet State Highway. Thimmampet is surrounded by villages like the Mahammadapuram in the northern part, Rekhampally and Venkatapur in the western part, Chalaparti and Laknepalli in the Southern region, Narayana Tanda and Ramaram in the eastern part and Kammapalli in the North-East.
Climate of Thimmampet
Agriculture is the primary concern in this village. Due to scarcity of rainfall, the agriculture has a slow back drop.
Population of Thimmampet
The village has the population of around 5500 and the number of households is 1500. In Thimmampet, the village population of children with age 0-6 is 312 which make up 10.10 % of total population of village. The average sex ratio of Thimmampet village is 1005 which is higher than Andhra Pradesh state average of 993. The child sex ratio is 857, lower than the average sex ratio of Andhra Pradesh. The average sex ratio of Andhra Pradesh is 939. Thimmampet village has lower literacy rate compared to Andhra Pradesh. According to the Population Census in the year 2011, the average literacy rate of Thimmampet was 63.45 percent compared to 67.02 percent of Andhra Pradesh. Now this village is included under Telangana. The male literacy rate stands at 75.02 percent while the female literacy rate was 52.14 percent. Now this village lies under the governance of Telangana.
Education of Thimmampet
In Thimmampet, the education status lies in the mediocre level. There is one ZPSS high school and two private schools; however a significant number of students are studying outside the village.
Economy of Thimmampet
Thimmampet plays a key role in maintaining the economic back drop in the district of Warangal. The majority people are dependent on agriculture and allied activities. The source of irrigation for cultivation is mainly rain water, ground water (Open and Bore wells) and tanks and lake, which are locally known as "Cheruvulu". The major crops grown in Thimmampet are rice, cotton and chillies. This place is well known for growing the Tomato chilli or Warangal Chappatta type, ground nut, maize, vegetables and fruits.