Top 10 Cleanest Cities in India 2015 by National City Rating

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Besides economic development, India have not been developed in the sense of clean cities. You can find many streets and roads with so much garbage on the way. Besides this, India has also many cleanest cities compare to other cities of the country. To give honour, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India has published clean cities rating under the banner of “National City Rating” in 2015.

Cleanest Cities in India Infographic
Cleanest Cities in India Infographic

Top 10 Cleanest Cities in India 2015 by National City Rating

Rank

City

State/Territory

1

Mysore Karnataka
2

Tiruchirapalli

Tamil Nadu

3

Navi Mumbai

Maharashtra

4

Kochi

Kerala

5

Hassan

Karnataka

6

Mandya

Karnataka

7

Bengaluru

Karnataka

8 Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala

9

Halisahar

West Bengal

10 Gangtok

Sikkim


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In the list, Mysore has been ranked as the cleanest city in India with the highest rating. Gangtok was ranked tenth cleaned city in India. Thiruvananthapuram is the second city of Kerala which have been included in the list.

In this National City Rating, large cities have been included by the Ministry of Urban Development. All these cities were divided into zones and each city was given several indicators. All these cities were categorized into four color categories according to their level, i.e. red, black, blue and green. None of the cities were rated as “Green” in the list. Mysore was rated the cleaned city, followed by Tiruchirapalli in the second place.

In earlier rating, Gujarat’s two cities included, but the lost their place this year. Surat was ranked third cleanest city in India, while Rajkot was ranked 9th cleanest city in the country.

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Article last re-published on October 30, 2015.

9 Comment

  1. Mansoor Abbas Desai says: Reply

    Being Mumbaikar, I am ashamed that my city is one of the filthiest city.The municipal corporation of Mumbai is the richest corporation in the world.So where all those monies goes? Anyone can guess.

  2. Roman Dsouza says: Reply

    Mangalore is as well clean city…

  3. sbm says: Reply

    coming became a clean city amravathi

  4. kvsmani says: Reply

    Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh seems to be one of the cleanest maintained city despite the influx of 50 to 70 thousand pilgrimage a day throng from different corners of the country and from a broad. The review needs a check up and revision

  5. Syed Daanish says: Reply

    There r 4 cities frm karnataka
    we r feelng proud
    vry good….:-*:-D

  6. Syed Daanish says: Reply

    Wow its Mandya awesome yaar i’m lvng it…

  7. StuckInBangalore says: Reply

    Bangalore is a filthy place. Unbelievable that it is listed here. So that means all other cities are as bad as Bangalore i guess ??

  8. Koyal says: Reply

    It is a sad thing that no city is made to this list from Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India by population. I think everyone should share this article “Top 10 Cleanest Cities in India” to make people aware about their cities have not made into this list. Thanks!

  9. sabyasachi panda says: Reply

    Bhubaneswar best city all is well

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