Municipal Corporation of India was formed by the state government to meet the necessaries of the community such as medical centers, basic requirements, educational necessities and also matters related to the housing and property taxes. This department works for the cities where the population is not less than twenty thousand. Municipal Corporation of India is grounded under the Corporations act of 1835, of panchyat raj system mainly deals in providing the primary needs in every small town as well as village of a district or a city. The elections are conducted once in a five years and people are elected as competitors.
The main motto for the creation is to provide convenient services to the public as it indulge to their daily complications and holds the main attention in the entire state department. The four metropolitan cities hold the largest corporations on India. These cities not only accommodate for a dense population but they are the main commercial centers in India. Municipal Corporations in India Municipal Corporation of Delhi being the capital city of India, Delhi's municipal corporation has been success full in providing the entire primary essentials and many services such as education, horticulture, health, licensing and taxes, all such local matters comes under its jurisdiction. The municipality of the Mumbai city has also been victorious in providing all the above said facilities.
The Chennai Corporation is one of the oldest and a very important corporation o India, which was amalgamated during the rule of east India Company. Its motto is not only to provide the basic facilities but also to correspond to the on going urbanization. The Kolkata Corporation was established in an hurry but was very successful in corresponding to the raging local problems and also has been working on the improvement of standard of houses and meeting the public requirements. Other than these various cities in india has also hosted their own corporations such as Amritsar, Chandigarh, and Ahmadabad, Hyderabad.