Marredpally

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Marredpally
Secunderabad
Marredpally is located in Telangana
Marredpally
Marredpally
Location in Telangana, India
Marredpally is located in India
Marredpally
Marredpally
Marredpally (India)
Coordinates: 17°26′52.03″N 78°30′31.44″E / 17.4477861°N 78.5087333°E / 17.4477861; 78.5087333Coordinates: 17°26′52.03″N 78°30′31.44″E / 17.4477861°N 78.5087333°E / 17.4477861; 78.5087333
Country  India
State Telangana
District Hyderabad District
City Secunderabad
Zone none
Government
 • Body Cantonment Board GHMC
Languages
 • Official Telugu
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN 500 026
Vehicle registration TS
Lok Sabha constituency Secunderabad
Vidhan Sabha constituency Secunderabad
Planning agency Cantonment Board GHMC
Website telangana.gov.in

Marredpally is a residential Locality in the city of Secunderabad in the Indian state of Telangana. It is also a Mandal in Hyderabad District It is divided into East Marredpally and West Marredpally.[1][2]

Demographics[edit]

The number of registered voters is 43,837.[3]

Transport[edit]

TSRTC connects Marredpally to many parts of the city. The closest MMTS Train Station is Secunderabad. The nearest railway station is Secunderabad.

The nearest Metro station for Marredpally is Parade Ground Station, which is also an intersection of two lines of Hyderabad Metro.

Education[edit]

Marredpally is home to some of the oldest local schools including St. Ann's High School, St John's Church High School, and St. Mary's High School. St. Andrew School, Secunderabad High School, Kenedy Vidya Bhavan, Gautam School, John Grammar School are in West Marredpally.

Another notable school is the Auxilium High School in the Mahendra hills area, which is the alma mater of badminton champion P.V. Sindhu.

Indira Gandhi College for women is on Check Post and Kasturba Gandhi College for Women is near to Nehru Nagar Post Office.

Usha Sewing School, an affiliation institute for fashion designing and tailoring classes, is near Agra Sweet Shop.

Notable[edit]

  • J. Geeta Reddy (born 1947), ex-Minister for Major Industries, Sugar, Commerce & Export Promotion[4]
  • Sarvey Sathyanarayana, ex-Minister for R&B
  • Chief Justice N. Kumarayya, of Andhra Pradesh High Court; judge of International Tribunal at the World Bank
  • Mudigonda Markandeya (born 1928), retired District Sessions Judge; also appointed by the Government as One Man Commission of Inquiry

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