Nagpur Municipal Corporation
Nagpur Municipal Corporation is the municipal body administering Nagpur, in Maharashtra state in Central India.
Nagpur Municipal Council was established in 1864. At that time, Nagpur Municipal Council’s geographical area was 15.5 km2 and Nagpur City’s population was around 82,000 .
The duties of the Nagpur Municipal Council include maintaining cleanliness, supplying street lights, and water supply with government assistance. In 1922, the Central Provinces & Berar Municipalities Act was framed for the proper functioning of the Municipal Council.
On 22 January 1950, CP & Berar Act No. 2, was published in the Madhya Pradesh Gazette which is known as the City of Nagpur Corporation Act, 1948 (CNC Act). The Municipal Corporation came into existence in March 1951. The first development plan of the city was prepared in 1953. The Berar Province became part of the Maharashtra State in 1956 with Mumbai becoming the capital. Nagpur was declared the second capital of Maharashtra in 1960.