North Delhi Municipal Corporation

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North Delhi Municipal Corporation

NDMC
Urban
CountryIndia
National Capital TerritoryDelhi
Websitewww.mcdonline.gov.in/tri/ndmc_mcdportal/

North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) is one of the municipal corporations in Delhi, India created after the former Municipal Corporation of Delhi was divided into three. Also, it is one of five local bodies in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, the others being East Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation, New Delhi Municipal Council and Delhi Cantonment Board.

Prior to trifurcation, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was a mega Municipal Corporation, an autonomous body that used to govern 8 of the 9 Districts of Delhi in the state of Delhi, India. The MCD was among the largest municipal bodies in the world providing civic services to more than estimated population of 11 million citizens in the capital city. The then unified municipal corporation used to cover an area of 1,397.3 km² (539.5 mi²).[1]

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  1. ^ "Restart corporation's website, high court tells IT firm". The Times of India. 1 November 2013. Retrieved 4 November 2013.

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