Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2018

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2018 ranks

Graphic: in a nutshell

The highlights of the annual cleanliness survey, 2018
From: May 17, 2018: The Times of India

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The highlights of the annual cleanliness survey, 2018

The best and worst cities

Dipak Dash, ‘Bengal home to seven dirtiest municipal areas’, June 24, 2018: The Times of India

Indore, Bhopal Retain Cleanest City Tag: Survey

West Bengal is home to seven of the ten dirtiest municipal areas in India while Uttar Pradesh has three dirtiest cities, including Khoda Makanpur in Ghaziabad district, according to the latest cleanliness ranking of municipalities by the Centre. Two municipal areas from Bihar and one from Odisha have also been ranked as the among the dirtiest.

Gonda in UP, which ranked 434 and was the dirtiest municipal area in 2017 survey, has climbed up to 228 among the 485 municipalities having more than one lakh population. West Bengal for the first time participated in the Swachh Survekshan this year, covering 4,203 municipal areas across the country. The report was released by PM Narendra Modi on Saturday.

Indore and Bhopal retain their earlier top two positions. While three cities — Chandigarh, Pune and Vijayawada — have made it to the list of best 10 urban areas. Surat, Tiruchirappalli and Vadodara have been pushed back. Chandigarh climbed to the third rank this year against its earlier rank of 11 while New Delhi Municipal Councilimproved its position to occupy the number 4 slot as compared with the seventh position in 2017. Tirupati has jumped to number six as compared to its ninth position last year while Navi Mumbai slipped by one rank to number nine. Mysuru’s has tumbled from number five to number eight in this year’s survey. The PM’s constituency of Varanasi has improved its position from 32 in 2017 to 29 this year.

The housing and urban affairs ministry said the an nual survey is aimed at bringing greater competition among urban local bodies to do more to make cities cleaner. The assessment of ‘swachhta’ involving citizens’ feedback in one year was termed as one of the biggest-ever surveys undertaken by any government across the globe.

Modi said the dream of a clean India is not far away. “During the past four years, we have built more than 8.3 crore toilets in rural and urban areas,” he said.

Individual regions

Bengaluru: Why it is not in the list

Arpita R, Why Bengaluru didn’t make it to the list of cleanest cities, May 19, 2018: The Times of India

HIGHLIGHTS

Experts blame the assessment parameters of Swachh Survekshan for Bengaluru’s poor show

The survey focused more on surface cleanliness rather than ensuring sustainability


The list of cleanest cities in India has been made public by the Union ministry for housing and urban affairs, but Bengaluru has failed to feature among the top three despite being known as the most dynamic city. Why?

This has been the most discussed poser in civic corridors after the Swachh Survekshan 2018 results were declared two days ago. The survey covered 4,041 cities and urban local bodies and the parameters to adjudge cities included collection and transportation of waste, processing and disposal, sanitation, no open defecation and behavioural change brought about by information, education and communication.

Experts blame the assessment parameters for Bengaluru’s poor show, saying more weightage has been given to things like dustbins and hoardings instead of sustainability being achieved via long-term measures. Sandhya Narayan, member of the solid waste management round table, said though the blueprint of the micro plan remained largely on paper, there should have been a special mention of Bengaluru’s waste-processing capacity.

“I don’t think a good ranking could have been expected considering that a turnaround would have to be achieved in just a year. The assessment parameters of the survey are flawed to an extent: A lot of emphasis was given to dustbins in public areas but when waste is not collected and transported, the dustbins overflow and become black spots. The survey focused more on surface cleanliness rather than ensuring sustainability,” she said.

Adding that the feedback section of the survey is also questionable as citizens don’t know much about the ground reality, Narayan highlighted another problem — that of scale. “Cities with a population of 10 lakh can’t be compared to a city housing 100 lakh people. I’m not absolving BBMP of any responsibility, but problems in evaluation exist. We should have got a special mention for our comprehensive micro plan as well as our processing potential, which is presently at 2,300 tonnes,” she said.

The micro plan, launched by the health and solid waste management wing of BBMP’s health department last year, divided each ward into blocks of 750 households with designated facilities for each block.

Door-to-door collection

Swati Singh Sambyal, programme manager, waste management, Centre for Science and Environment, said cities should be evaluated on more than door-to-door collection systems. “In the 52 categories, a majority of the cities are only visibly clean with no appropriate systems for processing and disposal. They continue to indiscriminately dump waste in under-functional processing sites/landfills,” shesaid.

Delhi improves

Paras Singh, Capital climbs up on the Swachh ladder, June 24, 2018: The Times of India

But Poor Show By East Corpn As It Falls From 196 To 341

Barring the exception of East Delhi Municipal Corporation, all the urban local bodies in the capital have fared better in the Swacchh Survekshan, or the central survey of public cleanliness. New Delhi Municipal Council has provided the 43 sq km under its jurisdiction with such a high standard of cleanliness that it has been ranked 4th among 485 local bodies, while South Delhi Municipal Corporation displayed the biggest improvement, jumping from last year’s 202nd rank to 32nd this year.

In the separate category of rankings, the area under Delhi Cantonment Board has been adjudged the cleanest among the 61 cantonments in the country. While New Delhi was superseded only by Chandigarh at 3rd place among north Indian cities, SDMC received an overall 3,029 points and was placed below Jamshedpur and Warangal. The north corporation also improved its ranking from 279 last year to 206.

Among Delhi’s neighbouring cities, Gurgaon ranked 105th, up from 112 in 2017, behind Karnal at 41 and Rohtak at 89. Faridabad, however, lagged at the 217th spot.

Responding to its vastly improved show, SDMC commissioner Puneet Goel said it was due to the civic body’s focus on the modernisation of dhalaos and mechanisation of garbage collection. “Weekly review meetings, information and communication technology-based monitoring, and mechanisation of the collection and transportation of garbage helped us translated our swachhata initiatives into reality,” he said. “Our aim for the next survey will be too extend the waste-toenergy initiatives, create an engineered landfill and centralise processing of waste to ensure zero-waste localities.”

Now in their third year, the rankings study the progress of Swachh Bharat Mission and judge urban local bodies on cleanliness and sanitation. It offers a total of 4,000 points, of which 1,400 are for service delivery and civic amenities, 1,200 for direct observations and on-site inspections, and 1,400 for citizen feedback.

East Delhi, the most densely populated part of the city, slid from a good 196th rank last year to 341, just above Gondal in Gujarat. EDMC mayor Bipin Bihari Singh said that the dip was due to the fund crunch. “How can the ranking improve when there is no money even to pay the salaries of our workers? Delhi government has reduced our allocations and we don’t even have funds to run the necessary numbers of auto-tippers or to modernise our garbage collection mechanism,” said Singh, also pointing out that east Delhi was the most challenging region in the capital given the preponderance of unauthorised colonies and JJ clusters.

Reacting to the rankings, Swati Sambyal, an expert on waste management at the Centre for Science and Environment, observed that even though the overall ‘visible cleanliness’ had improved in the course of the year, the waste processing practices in the city were not sustainable because the focus continued to be on collecting and incinerating waste.

Sambyal said that the ranking methodology should go beyond judging cities based only on visible cleanliness. “We see Delhi’s agencies demanding more land for locating landfills and people protesting over dumps being proposed in their locality,” she said, also pointing out that while the south corporation had indeed focused on using waste compactors and mechanising garbage disposal, only 8% of its waste was “being segregated” as required by green practices.


Ghaziabad: fastest mover

Abhijay Jha, Ghaziabad ranks 36th, gets ‘fastest mover’ tag, June 24, 2018: The Times of India


Ghaziabad has been ranked at the 36th position with 2,992.68 points in the Swachh Survekshan 2018. In Uttar Pradesh, Ghaziabad is second only to Varanasi, which tops the ranking with 3,052.03 points. Varanasi’s All-India rank is 29.

Ghaziabad, to its credit, has also been adjudged as the country’s ‘fastest mover’ city in 2018, moving 315 places up to secure the 36th rank.

Ghaziabad mayor, Asha Sharma, and GMC commissioner, CP Singh, were felicitated by PM Narendra Modi in Indore on Saturday for achieving the ‘fastest mover’ tag. Municipal commissioner CP Singh said that it was a “rare achievement, which would not have been possible without the support of Ghaziabad residents.”

In 2017, Ghaziabad was ranked 351. Its turnaround this year could be attributed to a coordinated effort by several government agencies, spearheaded by the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.

Jharkhand tops among states

Dipak Dash, June 24, 2018: The Times of India


Jharkhand has been ranked as the best performing state on swachhta parameters, followed by Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. West Bengal, Delhi, Bihar and Odisha are the worst performers. The national capital ranked at 25 out of 30 states and UTs, according to the latest swachhta survey. However, Delhi scored better over most of the states and UTs in solid waste management. According to the Swacch Survekshan report, Jharkhand had the maximum score based on four parameters. These are service level progress, direct observation by the assessors, citizens feedback and solid waste management.

The best…

Cities

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs


RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Indore 3707.01
2 Bhopal 3688.94
3 Chandigarh 3649.38
4 New Delhi (NDMC) 3597.19
5 Vijayawada 3580.24
6 TIRUPATI 3575.8
7 GVMC Visakhapatnam 3546.5
8 Mysore 3539.58
9 Navi Mumbai 3536.23
10 Pune 3471.34
11 Ambikapur 3459.1
12 Ahmadabad 3372.91
13 Trichy Municipal Corp 3351.69
14 Surat 3318.43
15 Khargone (M) 3297.37
16 Coimbatore(M.Cop) 3291.94
17 Ujjain 3197.89
18 Greater Mumbai 3174.59
19 Chas 3172.62
20 Mango 3161.68
21 Ranchi 3146.02
22 Bilaspur 3135.53
23 Singrauli 3122.11
24 Mandsaur (M) 3102.54
25 Jabalpur (M Corp. + OG) (Part) 3096.16
26 Gandhinagar 3096.05
27 Greater Hyderabad 3091.5
28 Gwalior 3082.8
29 Varanasi 3052.03
30 Jamshedpur 3046.86
31 Warangal 3044.57
32 South Delhi (SDMC) 3029.02
33 Vapi 3019.36
34 Parbhani 3006.79
35 Rajkot 3000.48
36 Ghaziabad 2992.68
37 Korba 2989.44
38 Durg 2972.41
39 Jaipur 2970.51
40 Thane 2967
41 Karnal 2957.7
42 Chhindwara (M + OG) 2944.05
43 Pimpri Chinchwad 2935.3
44 Vadodara 2924.72
45 Suryapet 2921.98
46 Sagar (M Corp. + OG) 2921.84
47 Mira-Bhayandar 2903.42
48 Achalpur 2902.9
49 Rewa 2893.18
50 Wardha 2873.41
51 Erode(M.Cop) 2857.42
52 MANGALORE 2847.84
53 Dhanbad 2847.64
54 Raigarh 2835.92
55 Nagpur 2834.95
56 Deoghar 2834.72
57 Satara 2815.47
58 Giridih 2813.05
59 Rajnandgaon 2806.92
60 Jhansi 2805.31
61 Vasai-Virar City (M Corp) 2803.86
62 Pithampur (M) 2795.71
63 Nashik 2785.68
64 Adityapur 2772.06
65 Kanpur 2770.5
66 Bharuch 2761.53
67 Ambernath 2731.17
68 Dewas 2723.41
69 Bhusawal 2722.23
70 Neemuch (M) 2715.58
71 Bhilai Nagar 2714.61
72 Ratlam 2711.91
73 Karimnagar 2708.99
74 Kolhapur 2685.51
75 Hoshangabad (M) 2674.46
76 Gondia 2672.93
77 Osmanabad (M Cl) 2668.66
78 Dhule 2663.79
79 Nagda (M) 2660.95
80 Ichalkaranji 2659.33
81 Burhanpur 2644.04
82 Barshi 2640.33
83 Ongole 2637.68
84 Jalgaon 2634.09
85 Udaipur (M Cl) 2622.89
86 Solapur 2619.87
87 Panvel 2618.94
88 Navsari 2615.26
89 Rohtak 2614.22
90 Malegaon 2614.08
91 Chandrapur 2610.44
92 Chhatarpur (M) 2609.27
93 Satna 2605.21
94 Gangtok 2601.14
95 Chittoor 2599.19
96 Hazaribag 2597.34
97 Kalyan 2597.1
98 Bhiwandi 2595.05
99 Khandwa 2588.21
100 Chennai 2586.07

 

Zones

East zone

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Bundu 3045
2 Birgaon (M 2954
3 Saraipali (NP) 2951
4 Jashpur Nagar (M) 2948
5 Chaibasa 2940
6 Lakhanpur (NP) 2934
7 Dongargarh (M) 2932
8 Dipka (M) 2918
9 Gumla 2917
10 Bagbahara 2902
11 Phusro (Nagar Parishad) 2888
12 Gurur (NP) 2858
13 Pakur (TP) 2853
14 Tifra (NP) 2843
15 Pathariya (NP) 2843
16 Dongargaon (NP) 2830
17 Dhamtari (M) 2808
18 Sakari (NP) 2801
19 Mahasamund (M) 2788
20 Simdega 2779
21 Narharpur (NP) 2775
22 Chirkunda 2773
23 Chakulia (NP) 2768
24 Garhwa (NP) 2763
25 Jarhi (NP) 2756
26 Ambagarh Chowki (NP) 2751
27 Tumgaon (NP) 2750
28 Khongapani (NP) 2750
29 Chatra 2748
30 Kurud (NP) 2747
31 Geedam (NP) 2743
32 Rajpur (NP) 2740
33 Pithora (NP) 2734
34 Pandariya 2733
35 Maro (NP) 2732
36 Jamtara 2723
37 Khairagarh (M) 2723
38 Kawardha (M) 2721
39 Katghora (NP) 2714
40 Tilda Newra (M) 2699
41 Lohardaga 2687
42 Basna (NP) 2683
43 Simga (NP) 2680
44 Bhilai Charoda (M) 2680
45 Lormi (NP) 2676
46 Basukinath (NP) 2660
47 Bishrampur (NP) 2659
48 Wadrafnagar (NP) 2656
49 Kunkuri(NP) 2654
50 Chhura (NP) 2653
51 Sirgitti (NP) 2652
52 Ahiwara (NP) 2650
53 Saja (NP) 2649
54 Bastar (NP) 2645
55 Seraikela 2642
56 Ramanujganj (NP) 2641
57 Patan (NP) 2637
58 Kanker 2632
59 Kodarma (NP) 2632
60 Parpondi (NP) 2620
61 Khunti (NP) 2618
62 Rahaud (NP) 2613
63 Jhumri Tilaiya 2612
64 Pipariya (NP) 2602
65 Sahaspur-Lohara (NP) 2601
66 Sukma (NP) 2598
67 Bagicha (NP) 2598
68 Pandatarai (NP) 2598
69 Keskal (NP) 2595
70 Kusmi (NP) 2592
71 Latehar 2591
72 Gaurella (NP) 2588
73 Charama (NP) 2579
74 Bijapur (NP) 2577
75 Mungeli (M) 2573
76 Dhamdha (NP) 2569
77 DALLI-RAJHARA 2569
78 Sahibganj 2568
79 Dumka 2567
80 Rajim (NP) 2562
81 Madhupur (Nagar Parishad) 2562
82 Kharora (NP) 2560
83 Sargaon (NP) 2558
84 Chhuikhadan (NP) 2555
85 Bodla (NP) 2553
86 Kasdol (NP) 2552
87 Jugsalai (M) 2542
88 Fingeshwar (NP) 2539
89 Chikhalakasa (NP) 2536
90 Bemetara (M) 2533
91 Godda 2527
92 Baikunthpur (M) 2522
93 Bhakhara (NP) 2493
94 Kirodimalnagar (NP) 2489
95 Chhurikala (NP) 2488
96 Gandai (NP) 2482
97 Bishrampur 2477
98 Chakardharpur 2474
99 Dabhra (NP) 2474
100 Akaltara (M) 2473

North zone

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs


RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Bhadson (NP) 2679
2 Muni K Reti(NP) 2549
3 Moonak 2417
4 Gharaunda 2414
5 Nawanshahr 2341
6 Nainital (NPP) 2321
7 Amargarh 2318
8 CHAMOLI GOPESHWAR (NPP) 2249
9 Nilokheri 2219
10 DINA NAGAR 2203
11 Bagha purana 2197
12 Nissing 2189
13 DOGADDA (NPP) 2175
14 Indri 2152
15 GARHSHANKAR 2148
16 Radaur (MC) 2121
17 Patti 2109
18 Jalalabad (M Cl) 2098
19 Sahanpur (NP) 2076
20 Sampla 2068
21 Ajnala (NP) 2058
22 Banat (NP) 2057
23 Talwandi Sabo 2052
24 LOHIAN KHASS 2052
25 Erich (NP) 2049
26 Dayalbagh (NP) 2039
27 Kurali (M Cl) 2039
28 Afzalgarh (NPP) 2030
29 URMAR TANDA 2026
30 Nihal Singh wala 2024.93
31 NURMAHAL 2019
32 GOCHAR (NP) 2017
33 MUSSOORIE (NPP) 2017
34 Rampura Phul 2017
35 Jagner (NP) 2016
36 Bhawanigarh 2013
37 Mehraj 2006
38 Morinda 2004
39 Kannauj (NPP) 1991
40 Maloud 1984
41 Zira 1973
42 Taraori 1966
43 SRI NAGAR(NPP) 1964
44 Narot Jaimal Singh 1962
45 LAMBAGAON(NP) 1958
46 Kharar 1954
47 Khanpur (NP) 1949
48 LALKUAN (NP) 1946
49 Barkot (NP) 1945
50 PAURI (NPP) 1942
51 Nangal 1934
52 Talwara 1930
53 Nakodar 1928
54 Raikot 1924
55 Assandh (MC) 1920
56 Pehowa 1918
57 Kiratpur (NPP) 1917
58 Chitrakoot Dham (Karwi) (NPP) 1917
59 BAGESHWAR (NPP) 1912
60 Kalanaur (MC) 1908
61 Mahilpur 1907
62 Banga 1905
63 Chauke 1903
64 Jhajjar (MC) 1890
65 Kot Shamir 1890
66 Pipraich (NP) 1885
67 BARI BRAHAMANA 1884
68 Nawabganj (NPP) 1882
69 Patran 1881
70 DOIWALA (NP) 1875
71 Ahmedgarh 1869
72 Chandpur (NPP) 1868
73 SAHNEWAL 1863
74 Bijnor (NPP) 1862
75 Atrauliya (NP) 1859
76 Hamirpur (NPP) 1859
77 Kartarpur 1859
78 Auraiya (NPP) 1854
79 Gajraula (NPP) 1853
80 Talwandi Bhai 1852
81 Dadri (NPP) 1850
82 Bhucho Mandi (M Cl) 1849
83 Kalayat 1844
84 Bhikhi (NP) 1843
85 Jagraon 1841
86 CHAMBA (NP) 1840
87 Bhai Rupa 1837
88 Gola Bazar (NP) 1833
89 Bharwari (NP) 1827
90 Mukerian 1825
91 Barua Sagar (NPP) 1824
92 Mandawar (NP) 1823
93 Barwala 1819
94 Narnaul 1818
95 Jaswantnagar (NPP) 1817
96 Bareta 1815
97 Hansi 1812
98 Sherkot (NPP) 1811
99 Bharthana (NPP) 1811
100 Gulaothi (NPP) 1809

North-East zone

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Kakching (MC) 2458
2 Biate 2217
3 Kumbi (MC) 2212
4 Mayang Imphal (MCl) 2197
5 Rangpo (NP) 2036
6 Gyalshing (NP) 2021
7 Moirang (MCI) 1989
8 Khawzawl 1956
9 Khawhai 1943
10 Lengpui 1894
11 Singtam (NP) 1859
12 Sairang 1812
13 Lamlai (NP) 1774
14 Lilong (Imphal West) (NP) 1744
15 Sikhong Sekmai (NP) 1732
16 Kwakta (MC) 1717
17 Nambol-Bishnupur (MC) 1714
18 Jiribam (MC) 1713
19 Namchi (M Cl) 1689
20 Bishnupur (MC) 1674
21 Ningthoukhong (MCl) 1673
22 Oinam (NP) 1669
23 Serchhip 1655
24 Lunglei 1617
25 Mangan (NP) 1609
26 Zawlnuam 1526
27 Mamit 1521
28 Thongkhong Laxmi Bazar (NP) 1517
29 Kolasib 1497
30 Andro (NP) 1480
31 Wangjing (NP) 1474
32 Vairengte 1467
33 Champhai 1460
34 Donkamokam (TC) 1433
35 NAYABAZAR NOTIFIED BAZAR AREA 1429
36 Yairipok (NP) 1396
37 Sonai TC 1392
38 Darlawn 1367
39 Wangoi (MC) 1364
40 Bairabi 1328
41 Heirok (NP) 1328
42 Umrangso (TC) 1321
43 Lumding 1317
44 North Lakhimpur 1312
45 Ziro 1296
46 Kakching Khunou (NP) 1292
47 Haflong (TC) 1290
48 Narayanpur (TC) 1283
49 N. Kawnpui 1275
50 Gauripur (TC) 1258
51 Bokakhat (TC) 1254
52 Namsai 1241
53 Dirang 1212
54 Jorhat 1207
55 Dhubri 1203
56 Sekmai Bazar (NP) 1187
57 Mokokchung (MC) 1184
58 Lawngtlai 1178
59 Golaghat 1169
60 Samurou (NP) 1160
61 Mahur (TC) 1155
62 Sarbhog (TC) 1149
63 North Vanlaiphai 1142
64 Hnahthial 1125
65 Boleng 1122
66 Bihpuria (TC) 1112
67 Saiha 1112
68 Tawang 1105
69 Tlabung 1104
70 Gossaigaon (TC) 1100
71 Thoubal (MC) 1094
72 Ambassa (NP) 1089
73 Saitual 1085
74 Dharmanagar 1085
75 Aalo 1081
76 Barpeta 1081
77 Bomdila 1076
78 Diphu (TC) 1072
79 Tuli (TC) 1066
80 Thenzawl 1062
81 Roing 1061
82 Sapatgram (TC) 1061
83 Silapathar (TC) 1061
84 Mariani (TC) 1059
85 Barpeta Road 1057
86 Raha (TC) 1052
87 Amguri 1047
88 Rangia 1046
89 Sugnu (MC) 1046
90 Maibong (TC) 1046
91 Kailasahar (NP) 1041
92 Daporijo 1038
93 Pasighat 1028
94 Kampur Town (TC) 1024
95 Doom Dooma (TC) 1018
96 Bongaigaon 1008
97 Barpathar (TC) 1007
98 Udaipur (NP) 1007
99 Bilasipara (TC) 1006
100 Williamnagar 1004

South zone

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Siddipet (M) 3060
2 Piriyapatna (TP) 2838
3 Bhongir (M) 2822
4 Hunsur (TMC) 2724
5 Sircilla 2649
6 Peerzadiguda 2638
7 Krishnarajanagara (TMC) 2610
8 Bod Uppal 2565
9 Salur 2478
10 Ullal (TMC) 2448
11 Chirala 2431
12 Shadnagar 2416
13 Chikodi 2398
14 Puttur 2375
15 Koratla (M) 2349
16 Bobbili 2337
17 Mudalgi (TMC) 2330
18 Bhainsa (M) 2329
19 Mulki (TP) 2321
20 Kandukur 2306
21 Mandapeta 2304
22 Srikalahasti 2303
23 Mancherial 2286
24 Nagari 2286
25 Kovvur 2286
26 Gokak 2285
27 Meerpet 2256
28 Vinukonda 2252
29 Rajam 2238
30 Rajampeta 2229
31 Pallipalayam 2229
32 Tanuku 2229
33 Nagarkurnool(NP) 2207
34 Nirmal 2199
35 Punganur 2196
36 Ariyalur 2194
37 Parvathipuram 2179
38 Bapatla 2179
39 Jammalamadugu 2176
40 Sattenapalli 2173
41 Peddapuram 2150
42 Krishnagiri(M) 2146
43 Palacole 2143
44 Narsipatnam 2140
45 Vicarabad (M) 2137
46 Tuni 2131
47 Palamaneru 2127
48 Jammikunta(NP) 2118
49 Medak (M) 2117
50 Palakonda 2115
51 Bannur (TMC) 2114
52 Kulithalai 2114
53 Samalkot 2111
54 Atmakur 2105
55 Ponnur 2096
56 Bail Hongal (TMC) 2094
57 Sankeshwar (TMC) 2086
58 Sathupalle (NP) 2082
59 Pedana 2062
60 Vijayapura (TMC) 2056
61 Addanki 2055
62 Hosdurga (TMC) 2052
63 Arsikere (TMC + OG) 2052
64 Jayankondam 2050
65 Repalle 2050
66 Aranthangi 2046
67 Yerraguntla 2044
68 Kundapura (TMC) 2038
69 Koppa (TP) 2031
70 Ramanagara (CMC) 2023
71 Pulivendula 2022
72 Armur (M) 2021
73 Sidlaghatta (TMC) 2020
74 Markapur 2015
75 Hangal (TMC) 2012
76 Piduguralla 2011
77 Gauribidanur (TMC) 2008
78 Metpalle (M) 2008
79 Puttur (TMC) 2007
80 Pedapalli(NP) 2002
81 Sira (CMC) 1997
82 Kolathur 1992
83 Kavali 1990
84 Rasipuram(M) 1983
85 Gudur 1983
86 Thingalnagar 1979
87 Venkatagiri 1977
88 Maduranthagam 1972
89 Alangudi 1968
90 Tadepalli 1965
91 Srinivaspur (TMC) 1963
92 Chimakurthy 1961
93 Medchal(NP) 1960
94 Ramachandrapuram 1959
95 Badvel 1959
96 Venkarai (TP) 1952
97 Alwarkurichi 1943
98 Thengamputhoor 1942
99 Kollapur(NP) 1942
100 Rayachoty 1934


West zone

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Panchgani (M Cl) 3184
2 Shirdi 3055
3 katol 3041
4 Malkapur (M Cl) 2981
5 LONAVALA 2960
6 Ausa 2957
7 BHOR 2954
8 Dhar (M) 2945
9 Uran Islampur (M Cl) 2931
10 Vengurla 2930
11 MAHABALESHWAR 2929
12 Vadgaon Kasba (M Cl) 2925
13 Vaijapur 2916
14 VITA 2896
15 Mahad 2895
16 Sillod 2894
17 Matheran 2892
18 Sasvad (M Cl) 2886
19 Paithan 2871
20 Manjalgaon 2869
21 Murud Janjira 2868
22 Kankavli 2853
23 Polaykalan (NP) 2848
24 Shendrjanaghat 2846
25 Karad (M Cl) 2845
26 Ratnagiri (M Cl) 2844
27 Deglur 2832
28 Jamner (M Cl) 2827
29 Mowad 2824
30 Mul 2822
31 Tuljapur 2810
32 Georai (MCL) 2801
33 Mouda 2800
34 Bhokardan 2799
35 Manwath (M Cl) 2799
36 Pandharkaoda (M Cl) 2799
37 Sangola 2798
38 Gadhinglaj 2796
39 Hingoli 2792
40 Karjat 2788
41 TASGAON 2788
42 Sawantwadi 2785
43 Jaysingpur 2785
44 Seoni-Malwa (M) 2781
45 Indapur 2778
46 Panhala 2773
47 Bhagur (M Cl) 2771
48 Varangaon (CT) 2763
49 Jawhar 2758
50 Malwan (M Cl) 2755
51 Dondaicha-Warwade(M Cl) 2753
52 Rajapur (M Cl) 2752
53 Trimbak (M Cl) 2751
54 Jaora (M + OG) 2750
55 Roha Ashtami (M Cl) 2749
56 RAHIMATPUR 2748
57 Bhandara 2748
58 khed 2746
59 Karmala (M Cl) 2743
60 Shrirampur 2739
61 Pathri 2738
62 Dapoli 2733
63 Shirpur 2730
64 Deolali Pravara 2724
65 Betma (NP) 2724
66 Tarsadi 2724
67 TALEGAON 2714
68 Biloli 2710
69 Chopda (M Cl) 2709
70 Jirapur (NP) 2707
71 Kurundvad (MCL) 2699
72 Harda (M) 2693
73 Guhaghar 2692
74 Parli Vaijnath 2690
75 Faizpur 2690
76 Gangapur 2689
77 Karanja (M Cl) 2686
78 Raver (M Cl) 2681
79 AKKALKOT 2677
80 Kopargaon 2676
81 Tiroda 2675
82 Kalameshwar (M Cl) 2675
83 Bhadravati (M Cl) 2673
84 Umred 2671
85 Chikhaldhara 2670
86 Tumsar 2663
87 SHIRUR 2662
88 Piplya Mandi (NP) 2658
89 PANDHARPUR 2657
90 Mohpa 2653
91 Pauni (M Cl) 2650
92 Itarsi (M + OG) 2648
93 Kinwat 2648
94 Palghar (M Cl) 2647
95 Kagal 2643
96 Anuppur (M) 2639
97 Pandhurna (M) 2633
98 ALANDI 2633
99 Nilanga 2632
100 Diken (NP) 2631

Cantonment area-wise

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs


RANK CITY NAME SCORE
1 Delhi Cantt. 3077
2 Almora Cantt. 2887
3 Ranikhet Cantt. 2702
4 Ferozepur Cantt. 2678
5 Ahmadnagar Cantt. 2603
6 Nainital Cantt. 2571
7 Kamptee Cantt. 2555
8 Jutogh Cantt. 2534
9 Sagar Cantt. 2496
10 Jalandhar Cantt. 2431
11 Agra Cantt. 2355
12 Jhansi Cantt. 2308
13 Varanasi Cantt. 2280
14 Dalhousie Cantt. 2266
15 Dehu Road Cantt. 2243
16 Clement Town Cantt. 2230
17 Lucknow Cantt. 2206
18 Dehradun Cantt. 2200
19 Aurangabad Cantt. 2198
20 Kirkee Cantt. 2195
21 Babina Cantt. 2189
22 Lansdowne Cantt. 2183
23 Morar Cantt. 2179
24 Sabathu Cantt. 2173
25 Kannur Cantt. 2118
26 Pune Cantt. 2100
27 Jabalpur Cantt. 2093
28 Fatehgarh Cantt. 2053
29 Shahjahanpur Cantt. 2034
30 Wellington Cantt. 2020
31 Roorkee Cantt. 2013
32 Ahmadabad Cantt. 1993
33 Mhow Cantt. 1978
34 Faizabad Cantt. 1960
35 Mathura Cantt. 1943
36 Ramgarh Cantt. 1908
37 Kanpur Cantt. 1900
38 Bakloh Cantt. 1894
39 Kasauli Cantt. 1893
40 Shillong Cantt. 1839
41 Lebong Cantt. 1832
42 Pachmarhi Cantt. 1810
43 Dagshai Cantt. 1804
44 Landaur Cantt. 1778
45 Meerut Cantt. 1765
46 Secunderabad Cantt. 1763
47 Amritsar Cantt. 1751
48 Deolali Cantt. 1748
49 Ajmer Cantt. 1745
50 Yol Cantt. 1706
51 Belgaum Cantt. 1695
52 Allahabad Cantt. 1648
53 Danapur Cantt. 1647
54 Ambala Cantt. 1643
55 St. Thomas Mount Cantt. 1615
56 Bareilly Cantt. 1549
57 Badamibagh Cantt. 1518
58 Jammu Cantt. 1514
59 Chakrata Cantt. 1492
60 Nasirabad Cantt. 1472
61 Jalapahar Cantt. 1344

Position- State-wise

RANK CITY NAME
1 Jharkhand
2 Maharashtra
3 Chhattisgarh
4 Madhya Pradesh
5 Andhra Pradesh
6 Sikkim
7 Telengana
8 Rajasthan
9 Punjab
10 Haryana
11 Manipur
12 Uttarakhand
13 Tamil Nadu
14 Karnataka
15 Mizoram
16 Himachal Pradesh
17 Gujarat
18 Uttar Pradesh
19 Kerala
20 Goa
21 Jammu & Kashmir
22 Odisha
23 Bihar
24 Assam
25 Delhi (UT)
26 Meghalaya
27 Arunachal pradesh
28 West Bengal
29 Nagaland
30 Puducherry (UT)
31 Tripura

Rural sanitation

Haryana, Northern, Western states best

The rural sanitation ranks of the bigger states and districts within these states, 2018.
From: October 4, 2018: The Times of India

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The rural sanitation ranks of the bigger states and districts within these states, 2018.

See also

Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2014-15

Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2016

Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2017

Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2018

Cleanliness ranks of Indian cities, districts: 2019

Cities of India: the best and the worst

Cities of India: growth

Cities of India: issues

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