SFD Report - Cuttack, India
SFD Promotion Initiative


Published in: 2015
Pages: 33

Publisher:
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)

Author:
Rohilla, S. et al.


Cuttack city, lies in east coast plains of India, is the former capital and one of the oldest cities of Odisha, established in 1876 as municipality. It is the district headquarter and is situated at a distance of about 25 km to the north of Bhubaneswar, the present capital of Odisha. The city is surrounded by the rivers Mahanadi, Kathajodi, Birupa and Kuakhai (CMC, 2011).

The population of city, as per the 2011 Census is 606,007 persons. The density of city is 7,769 persons per sq.km which is very high when compared to the state density of 269 persons per sq.km. Total slum population is 223,619 which is 41.78% of the total population (CMC, 2011).

Municipal boundary has been chosen for the current study. It comprises an area of 192.5 sq.km (CMC, 2011). Cuttack is completely dependent on ground water for water supply. Ground water level is 6 mbgl (CMC, 2011).

This SFD Report was created through desk-based research by Centre for Science and Environment as part of the SFD Promotion Initiative.

Date of production: 28/07/2015
Last update: 30/12/2015


Bibliographic information

Rohilla, S. et al. (2015). SFD Report - Cuttack, India - SFD Promotion Initiative. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)


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