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Districts of Odisha

For administrative purpose, the state of Odisha is divided into 30 districts. These 30 districts have been placed under three different divisions for smoothing the governance. The divisions are North, South and Central. Each division consists of 10 districts. Its administrative head is the Revenue Divisional Commissioner (RDC) and the Police Head is Inspector-general of police (IGP). Each district is governed by a District Collector (District Magistrate), appointed either by the Indian Administrative Service or the Odisha Administrative Service. Each district is subdivided into Sub-Divisions, governed by a sub-divisional magistrate, and thereafter into Blocks. Blocks consists of Panchayats and town municipalities.


Angul Balangir Balasore Bargarh Bhadrak
Boudh Cuttack Debagarh Dhenkanal Gajapati
Ganjam Jagatsinghpur Jajpur Jharsuguda Kalahandi
Kandhamal Kendrapara Keonjhar Khordha Koraput
Malkangiri Mayurbhanj Nabarangpur Nayagarh Nuapada
Puri Rayagada Sambalpur Subarnapur Sundargarh




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