Kosgi is a town in Mahbubnagar locale of Telangana state in India. It has a populace of 21,038 Census 2001. It is a piece of Kodangal supporters of the Telangana state's Legislative Assembly. The remarkable towns adjacent to Kosgi are Tandur, Kodangal, Mahabubnagar, Pargi, and Narayanpet. Kosgi is the central command of the Kosgi Mandal, which includes 24 towns. The organization of this mandal is kept running from the Mandal income office in Kosgi. Kosgi and the encompassing mandals are in reverse in monetary, wellbeing, instructive and social terms. It is one of the poorest mandals in Mahbubnagar, an extremely dry season hit the region in India. Because of nonstop dry spells, the absence of education, and high neediness, the improvement around there is not as much as the standard advancement of a normal town in India.
Because of budgetary limitations, the legislature of Telangana state has established a strategy to effectively look for private/NGO selection of government schools. As a major aspect of this, the NGOs like Asha for instruction and Bhumi are enhancing the training in Kosgi mandal. The Silicon Valley part of Asha association is subsidizing one of such task named Balavikas in Kosgi. The basis is taken up by Bhumi. The declining monetary possibility of agribusiness and expanding obligations of the ranchers in Kosgi mandal has constrained them to relocate to the metropolitan urban communities like Hyderabad and particularly Mumbai, where they work for the most part as worker in development work.