Koduvally Municipality

Coordinates: 11°21′34″N 75°54′40″E / 11.359444°N 75.911111°E / 11.359444; 75.911111
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Koduvally Municipality
Municipality
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Koduvally Municipality is located in Kerala
Koduvally Municipality
Koduvally Municipality
Location in Kerala, India
Koduvally Municipality is located in India
Koduvally Municipality
Koduvally Municipality
Koduvally Municipality (India)
Coordinates: 11°21′34″N 75°54′40″E / 11.359444°N 75.911111°E / 11.359444; 75.911111
Country India
StateKerala
DistrictKozhikode
Government
 • TypeLocal Government (പ്രാദേശിക സർക്കാർ)
 • BodyMunicipal Council
 • ChairpersonAbdu vellara
Area
 • Total23.58 km2 (9.10 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
 • Total48,678
 • Density2,100/km2 (5,300/sq mi)
Languages
 • OfficialMalayalam,
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
673572
Vehicle registrationKL 57
Websitewww.facebook.com/Koduvallymunicipality
Koduvally Main Road

Koduvally is a major municipal town in Kozhikode district.[1] Koduvally is known as the city of gold. It is located on the Calicut-Wayanad National Highway 212 (NH 766) and is about 22 km northeast of Kozhikode (Calicut) city. Koduvally Municipality is a Newly Converted 3rd grade Municipality form Koduvally Grama Panchayat with effect from 01.11.2015, Koduvally Municipality have 36 Wards or Divisions. The main local towns in this municipality are Vavad, Nellamkandi, Koduvally West, Koduvally East, Koduvally Town, South Koduvally, Vennakkad, Thalapperumanna, Karuvanpoyil, Kareettiparamba, Manipuram And Kalaranthiri. The nearest local bodies are Kizhakkoth (West), Madavoor (West), Omassery (East), Kunnamangalam (South) and Thamarassery (North).Smt. Shareefa Kannadippoyil is the first chairperson of the koduvally municipality and Sri. A.P Majeed master is the first deputy chairperson of the koduvally municipality.

Revenue villages[edit]

  • Vavad
  • Koduvally
  • Puthoor (partially)

Head of the municipality[edit]

List of chairpersons[2]

Sl No Name Political party From Up to
1 Shareefa Kannadippoyil IUML 15.11.2015 11.11.2020
2 Abdu Vellara IUML 28.12.2020 Continuing

List of secretaries [3]

Sl No Name Designation From Up to
1 Babu Prasad B Secretary (GP) 01.11.2015 15.03.2017
2 Vrija N K Municipal Secretary Gr-III 16.03.2017 ####
3 AM Anilkumar Superintendent #### ####
4 Jayanthi NP Municipal Engineer #### ####
5 Faisal A Municipal Secretary Gr-III #### ####
6 Abdul Kader P Health Inspector Gr-I #### ####
7 Madhu TM Superintendent #### ####
8 Abdul Kader P Health Inspector Gr-I #### 29.02.2020
9 Shailesh M Superintendent 01.03.2020 06.07.2020
10 Anupama T Municipal Secretary Gr-III 06.07.2020 28.10.2020
11 Sumayya Beevi S Municipal Secretary Gr-III 28.10.2020 Continuing

Landmarks[edit]

Koduvally Municipality contains a mini stadium, a branch of State Bank of India, the Federal Bank, Canara bank, Syndicate Bank for ATMs. a police station, Koduvally Muslim Orphanage,[4][5] the KMO Arts and Science College and the Phoenix Pain and Palliative Care Society. A mini civil station, which was inaugurated on 2012 by Hon Chief Minister Oommen Chandy in the presence of Hon Industries minister PK Kunhalikutty is situated at the heart of Koduvally.

Educational institutions[edit]

Government sector[edit]

  1. - CH Muhammed Koya Memorial Govt Arts & Science Collage, Koduvally
  2. - Govt. ITI, Koduvally
  3. - Govt Higher secondary School, Koduvally
  4. - Govt Higher secondary School, Karuvanpoyil
  5. - GMUP School Vennakkad
  6. - GMUP School Kalarathiri
  7. - GMLP School Koduvally
  8. - GMLP School Vavad
  9. - GMLP School Thalapperumanna

Aided sector[edit]

  1. - AUP School Manipuram
  2. - AMLP School Parambathu Kavu
  3. - AMLP School Palakkutty

Private sector[edit]

  1. - KMO Arts & Science Collage, Koduvally
  2. - KMO Industrial Training Center, Koduvally
  3. - KMO Teachers Education School, Koduvally
  4. - KMO Higher Secondary School, Koduvally

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Koduvally in festive mode". The Hindu. 20 December 2008. Archived from the original on 5 November 2012. Retrieved 26 July 2009.
  2. ^ "State Elections 2006 - Partywise Comparison for 23-Koduvally Constituency of Kerala". Archived from the original on 29 May 2016. Retrieved 22 April 2018.
  3. ^ "State Elections 2006 - Partywise Comparison for 23-Koduvally Constituency of Kerala". Archived from the original on 29 May 2016. Retrieved 22 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Orphanage". Koduvally Muslim Orphanage. Retrieved 5 March 2011.
  5. ^ Mohammed, U. (2007). Educational empowerment of Kerala Muslims: a socio-historical perspective. Other Books. p. 186. ISBN 978-81-903887-3-3. Retrieved 5 March 2011.

Municipalities of Kerala