Kamrup Metropolitan district

Kamrup Metropolitan district is in the state of Assam in India. It is comprised of the metropolitan city of Guwahati. The district is located between 25°43’ - 26°51’ N Latitude and 90°36’ - 92°12’ E Longitude, and is bounded on the West and North by the Kamrup district and on the East by the Morigaon district. On the South, lies the state of Meghalaya. The head quarter of the district is Guwahati.

Area of the district is 1,528 sq km. Population as per census 2011 was 1,260,419.

This district has one Sub-Divisions-Kamrup Metropolitan Sadar Sub-Division; 5 (Five) Revenue Circles viz. Sonapur RC, Guwahati RC, Azara RC, Chandrapur RC, and Dispur RC; 3(three) development Blocks - Chandrapur, Dimoria, and Rani. It has 31 Municipal wards in the city Guwahati.

The district Kamrup Metro was created by bifurcating the old Kamrup district on 3rd February' 2003.

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