Dummugudem is a village in the Bhadradri Kothagudem district of the Indian state of Telangana. It is located in Dummugudem mandal of the income division of Bhadrachalam.
On 30 November 1959, Dummagudem was carved out of East Godavari District and combined with the newly created district of Khammam.
The dummagudem is at 17.8500 ° N 80.8500 ° E. It has an average altitude of 47 meters (157 feet).
The Dummugudem Dam on the other side of the Godavari River was built almost 150 years ago by British British engineer Sir Arthur Cotton. A major elevation irrigation project called the Dummugudem Lift Irrigation Scheme (Dummugudem elevation irrigation system) is being developed that will draw water from the reservoir of the dam. The Dummugudem canal in Nagarjunasagar is also under construction to transfer excess water from the Godavari River to the Krishna River.
El dummagudem se encuentra a 17.8500 ° N 80.8500 ° E. Tiene una altitud The subdivision has a population of 44,393 while Dummugudem town has a population of 3420 (2001 census). The subdivision had a literacy rate of 36% while Dummugudem town had a literacy rate of 65.8 as per the 2001 census. The literacy numbers show a contrast between rural and urban areas of the subdivision.