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- #574834Very simple. Smaller the area of a district, better the Administration. A district collector should be able to reach any point in his district within one hour. So I would say that a district limit should not be beyond 60 kilometres in length and breath or in dia for easy management and administration.
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- #574839With the increase in population, the workload of each district office increases. Creation of new districts makes it easier to manage the district administration. Each district is further subdivided into smaller administrative units known as the Mandals in Andhra Pradesh which is known as Tehsils of Uttar Pradesh and other Hindi speaking belt and Talukas in the states of Gujarat, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu etc.
A District Collector is the officer in charge of revenue collection and administration of a district. The collectors are assisted by the Deputy Collectors, Assistant Collectors, Sub-Collectors and Tahsildars of each Mandal/Tehsil/Taluka in the district.
At the district level, other officials like the District Agricultural Officer, District Excise Officer, Superintendent of Police, Civil Surgeon, Assistant Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Executive Engineer of the Public Works Department, Labour Officer and Sales Tax Officer etc. are appointed who take care of the respective functions of their departments.
Telangana being a newly created state, it is possible to reorganize the system since the very beginning.
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