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The research showed land valuation, social welfare and factors of land valuation in study area. Therefore, for the purpose primary and secondary data sources were used, for primary data 200 respondents were interviewing. While, secondary data was collected from literature review. Results shows that education level of the respondents were 87 percent and education level of family was 89 percent, with average income of a respondent Rs.80529 in the study area. Additionally, average area of a respondent home was 1825 Sq.ft2, with price Rs.10006375 and rent Rs.25540 in the study area. While on average 20 acers of agricultural land were owned and 12 acres of land were sold by respondent in the study area. Similarly, on average public basic amenity with 0 - 18.56 km and private with 0 - 11.34 km away from a respondent in the study area. Further, it was found that Qasimabd Hyderabad were found more affected in terms of allocating their land for social welfare because such activities were hardly observed by the respondents in the study area. Because, due to increasing land valuation people don’t share their land areas for social welfare purpose in the study area. So, no one respondent was slightly agreeing to reserve and give their expensive land for free schools, hospitals, housing schemes, mosque and religious buildings, otaq, bus stand, waiting areas, fresh drinking water pumping stations, parks, recreational centers and graveyard for free of cost for the betterment and social welfare of mases. Lastly, factors behind increasing land valuation in study area were location with 31 percent, availability of basic amenities with 24 percent, size of plot with 12 percent, availability of property documentations with 13 percent, construction with 9 percent, usage of land, plot with 6 percent, name and fame of the company with 3 percent and language 2 percent were the dormant factors of land valuation differences in study area. So, government should take steps for land valuation policy change that decreasing land valuation may encourage social welfare in the study area.