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Greater Cochin

Greater Cochin
വിശാല കൊച്ചി
City
Ernakulam Mainland, as seen from the Vembanad Lake
Ernakulam Mainland, as seen from the Vembanad Lake
Country  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Area
 • Total 732 km2 (283 sq mi)
Population (2001)
 • Total 2,939,038
 • Density 4,015/km2 (10,400/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Telephone code 0484
Vehicle registration KL-7,KL-17,KL-39,KL-40,KL-41,KL-42,KL-43

Greater Cochin is the area defined by Greater Cochin Development Authority for townplanning. This area consists of the Kochi UA region and its suburbs. The Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) and Goshree Islands Development Authority (GIDA) are the nodal agencies that handles town planning and development within the Greater Cochin Area.

Definitions

Greater Cochin area consists of Cochin Corporation, 9 municipalities (Aluva, North Paravoor, Perumbavoor, Angamaly, Kalamassery, Thripunithura, Maradu, Thrikkakara, Eloor ), 25 intervening panchayats (Cheranelloor, Varapuzha, Chennamangalam, Kadamakkudy, Mulavukad, Kadungalloor, Alengad, Chengamanad, Nedumbassery, Chottanikkara, Vadavucode-Puthencruz, Choornikkara, Edathala, Kumbalam, Kottuvally, Vypin Island etc.)[1] and scattered islands around Kochi City (Goshree Islands) covering an area of 732 km².[2] This has a population of over 3.0 million (2011 census).

References

  1. ^ Kochi metropolitan area
  2. ^ Areas of Greater Cochin
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