Published On: Mon, Feb 15th, 2016

Swachh Survekshan -2016- Dehradun still among the dirtiest cities

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Mysuru tops the list ; Dhanbad at the bottom

15 Leaders, 20 Aspiring Leaders, 18 cities needing acceleration, 20 Slow Movers identified

73 cities surveyed for cleanliness have been categorized based on the marks scored by each of them in the ‘Swachh Survekshan-2016’ survey, results of which were announced by the Urban Development Ministe M.Venkaiah Naidu today.

15 cities who scored more than 70% of the total marks of 2000 were categorized as Leaders, 20 cities with scores in the range of 60%-70% are Aspiring Leaders, those with scores in the range of 50%-60% are the cities who need to accelerate their efforts and cities who scored below 50% are named Slow Movers who need to work harder to improve sanitation.

 

RankCity
1Mysuru
2Chadigarh
3Tiruchirapalli
4New Delhi Municipal council
5Visakhapatnam
6Surat
7Rajkot
8Gangtok
9Pimprichindwad
10Greater Mumbai
11Pune
12Navi Mumabi
13Vadodara
14Ahmedabad
15Imphal

Aspiring Leaders:

RankCity
16Panaji
17Thane
18Coimattore
19Hyderabad
20Nagpur
21Bhopal
22Allahabad
23Vijayawada
24Bhubaneswar
25Indore
26Madurai
27Shimla
28Lucknow
29Jaipur
30Gwalior
31Nashik
32Warangal
33Agartala
34Ludhiana
35Vasai-Virar

 

Acceleration required:

RankCity
36Chennai
37Gurgaon
38Bengaluru
39South Muncipal Corporation of Delhi
40Thiruvananthapuram
41Aizawl
42Gandhinagar
43North MCD
44Kozhikode
45Kanpur
46Durg
47Agra
48Srinagar
49Amritsar
50Guwahati
51Faridabad
52East MCD
53Shillong

Slow Movers:

RankCity
54Hubbali-Dharwad (Karnataka)
55Kochi
56Aurangabad
57Jodhpur
58Kota
59Cuttack
60Kohima
61Dehradun
62Ranchi
63Jabalpur
64Kalyan Dombivili (Maharashtra)
65Varanasi
66Jamshedpur
67Ghaziabad
68Raipur
69Meerut

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