BESCOM shares updated schedule of power cuts in Bengaluru

Want to know when your area could see a power cut? Here is the load shedding schedule for Bengaluru that has been shared by BESCOM.

BESCOM has published the schedule of load shedding. This is available on www.bescom.org for the convenience of consumers.

The schedule has been given sub-division wise. According to the schedule, some areas could see power cuts of four hours even. However, comments on social media point out that some areas withness some unscheduled power cuts as well.

Also read: Why is Bengaluru facing power cuts?

To know when there will be a power cut in your area, look for the sub-division number on your electricity bill, and follow the link for the same. The areas which are fed by BESCOM feeder are also mentioned in the load shedding schedule, enabling consumers to find out the exact timings of the power cut.

Load shedding schedule for Bangalore City 

E1 Sub Division

E2 Sub Division

E3 Sub Division

E4 Sub Division

E5 Sub Division

E6 Sub Division

E7 Sub Division

E8 Sub Division

E9 Sub Division

E10 Sub Division

 

W1 Sub Division

W2 Sub Division

W3 Sub Division

W4 Sub Division

W5 Sub Division

W6 Sub Division

W7 Sub Division

S1 Sub Division

S2 Sub Division

S3 Sub Division

S4 Sub Division

S5 Sub Division

S6 Sub Division

S7 Sub Division

S8 Sub Division

S9 Sub Division

S10 Sub Division

S11 Sub Division

S12 Sub Division

 

K1 Sub Division

K2 Sub Division

K3 Sub Division

C1 Sub Division

C2 Sub Division

C3 Sub Division

C4 Sub Division

C5 Sub Division

C6 Sub Division

C7 Sub Division

C8 Sub Division

 

N1 Sub Division

N2 Sub Division

N3 Sub Division

N4 Sub Division

N5 Sub Division

N6 Sub Division

N7 Sub Division

N8 Sub Division

 

Load shedding schedule for Bangalore Rural

Doddaballapura Sub Division

Kudur Sub Division

Magadi Sub Division

Nelamangala Sub Division

Tavarekere Sub Division

Devana halli Sub Division

Hoskote Sub Division

Nandagudi Sub Division

Bidadi Sub Division

Channapattana (Urban) Sub Division

Channapattana (Rural) Sub Division

Ramanagara (Urban) Sub Division

Ramanagara (Rural) Sub Division

Kanakpura (Urban) Sub Division

Kanakpura (Rural) Sub Division

Harohalli Sub Division

Sathnur Sub Division

Anekal Sub Division

Chandapura Sub Division

Attibele Sub Division

Kolar (Urban) Sub Division

Kolar (Rural) Sub Division

Srinivaspura Sub Division

Bagepalli Sub Division

Chikkaballapura (Urban) Sub Division

Chikkaballapura (Rural) Sub Division

Gowribidanur Sub Division

Gudibande Sub Division

Bangarpet Sub Division

KGF Sub Division

Malur Sub Division

Mulabagilu Sub Division

Chinthamani (Urban) Sub Division

Chinthamani (Rural) Sub Division

Shiddalaghatta (Urban) Sub Division

Shiddalaghatta (Rural) Sub Division

 

Click here for the load shedding schedule for Davanagere, Chitradurga and Tumkuru (CTAZ). 

In case of issues, consumers can reach out to BESCOM on the helpline, 1912.

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Comments:

  1. radhija says:

    Ples give current to buvaneshwari nagar near kamakya it being from one week we r facing a lot of power cut form morning there no current in our area so plz gv current as soon as possible

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