|District of Telangana|
Location of Medchal–Malkajgiri district in Telangana
|• District collector||M.V.Reddy|
|• Total||1,084 km2 (419 sq mi)|
|• Density||2,300/km2 (5,800/sq mi)|
|Vehicle registration||TS–08 |
Medchal−Malkajgiri is a district in the Indian state of Telangana. Shamirpet is the headquarter of the district. It was a part of Ranga Reddy district before the re-organisation of districts in the state on 11 October 2016. Medchal – Malkajgiri Carved out of erstwhile Ranga Reddy district, the new district of Medchal – Malkajgiri is a true blend of all the requisite components that make an ideal district. It embraces a wide range of industries, education institutions, natural resources. One can find a delicate fusion of the urban and the rural in this new district. Medchal – Malkajgiriis a well connected district with 3 national highways and 2 state highways apart from many roadways running across the district. The district can be described as the link between Hyderabad and the north Telangana.
Medchal – Malkajgiri district, with 25 lakh population, is the second most populous district in the state of Telangana, standing next only to Hyderabad district ( 40 lakhs). The district is made up of 2 revenue divisions and 14 mandals. Shamirpet is the headquarters of the district. Lush with urban forests, pilgrim centres like Keesara Gutta and multiple recreational resorts, the district is a weekend attraction for many in around the city of Hyderabad.
The district is spread over an area of 1,084 square kilometres (419 sq mi).It is situated 505 metres above sea level. The landmark consists of rocky terrain and monolithic rocks in the outskirts of the city. 
The below table categorizes mandals into their respective revenue divisions in the district:
|#||Malkajgiri revenue division||#||Keesara revenue division|
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