Corporations, Municipalities and Taluks of Kerala

Kerala's 14 revenue districts are further divided into 5 Municipal Corporations, 60 Municipalities, 75 taluks, 1453 revenue villages and 978 Grama panchayats. Each district has a head quarter where the administrative offices are functioning.

The Districts are grouped into three on the basis of geographical, historical and cultural similarities.

Municipal Corporations

Five Municipal Corporations in Kerala are:

Proposed Municipal Corporations

Municipalities in Kerala

Municipalities of Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram District

  1. Neyyattinkara
  2. Nedumangad
  3. Attingal
  4. Varkala

Kollam District

  1. Paravoor (South)
  2. Karunagapally
  3. Punalur

Pathanamthitta District

  1. Adoor
  2. Pathanamthitta
  3. Thiruvalla

Alappuzha District

  1. Kayamkulam
  2. Mavelikkara
  3. Chengannur
  4. Alappuzha
  5. Cherthala

Kottayam District

  1. Changanacherry
  2. Kottayam
  3. Vaikom
  4. Palai

Idukki District

  1. Thodupuzha

Eranakulam District

  1. Kothamangalam
  2. Muvattupuzha
  3. Perumbavoor
  4. Maradu
  5. Thripunithura
  6. Thrikkakara
  7. Kalamassery
  8. Kalamassery
  9. Eloor
  10. North Paravoor
  11. Aluva
  12. Angamaly

Thrissur District

  1. Chalakkudy
  2. Irinjalakuda
  3. Kodungallur
  4. Kunnamkulam
  5. Guruvayoor
  6. Chavakkad
  7. Wadakkanchery- Proposed from 2015 Election

Palakkad District

  1. Ottappalam
  2. Shornur
  3. Palakkad
  4. Chittur - Tattamangalam

Malappuaram District

  1. Perinthalmanna
  2. Ponnani
  3. Tirur
  4. Kottakkal
  5. Malappuram
  6. Manjeri
  7. Nilambur

Kozhikode District

  1. Koyilandy
  2. Vadakara

Wayanad District

  1. Kalpetta

Kannur District

  1. Thalassery
  2. Koothuparamba
  3. Mattannur
  4. Kannur
  5. Thaliparamba
  6. Payyannur

Kasaragod District

  1. Nileshwaram
  2. Kanhangad
  3. Kasaragod

Proposed Municipalities in Kerala

  1. Parassala
  2. Kattakkada
  3. Chathannoor
  4. Kundara
  5. Chavara
  6. Pandalam
  7. Kozhencherry
  8. Ranny
  9. Haripad
  10. Aroor
  11. Kanjirappally
  12. Erumeli
  13. Erattupetta
  14. Munnar
  15. Adimali
  16. Koothattukulam
  17. Piravom
  18. Puthencruz
  19. Kolenchery
  20. Wadakkanchery
  21. Pudukkad
  22. Mala
  23. Chelakara
  24. Pattambi
  25. Alathur
  26. Mannarkkad
  27. Edappal
  28. Valancheri
  29. Kondotty
  30. Tirurangadi
  31. Kunnamangalam
  32. Koduvally
  33. Mukkam
  34. Thamarassery
  35. Perambra
  36. Thamarassery
  37. Sulthan Bathery
  38. Mananthavady
  39. Peringalam
  40. Panoor
  41. Iritty
  42. Irikkoor
  43. Kalliasseri
  44. Manjeshwaram

Taluks

Sources

  • Government of Kerala
  • Kerala at a glance
  • Local Self Government Department, Government of kerala

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