Delhi is officially called the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), which is the largest city in the region and the second largest city in the world, thus also involves New Delhi as the capital of India. In 1997, Delhi was divided into nine income areas for Central Income, North Delhi, South Delhi, East Delhi, West Delhi, North East Delhi, Southwest Delhi, North West Delhi and New Delhi. There are three municiple corporations: - Municiple Corporation of Delhi (MCD) controls the vast majority of NCT, New Delhi Municiple Council (NDMC) directs New Delhi locale and Delhi Cantonment Board manages parts in NCT.
In addition, there is the National Capital Region (NCR) which was conceived to add to the metropolitan area around Delhi to spread the burden of population growth in the outrageous conditions of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Some smaller cities in the NCR urban communities include Gurgaon, Faridabad, Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad.
Delhi has been divided into four places:
East Delhi: Located on the eastern bank of the Yamuna River, this place is known as East Delhi, due to its being situated on the banks of river Yamuna , this part of the city is also known as "Trans Yamuna". This area of Delhi is surrounded by UP's Noida and parts of Ghaziabad. According to the 2001 census, the total area of Delhi's eastern region was 1.448770 million.
West Delhi: The Western Delhi district is divided into 3 sub-divisions and some of its important and posh areas come under West Delhi. Like Patel Nagar, Punjabi Bagh, Pampapur, Rohini, Dwarka, Janakpuri and Rajouri Gardens are the main areas of West Delhi. According to the 2011 census, the population here was 2,531,583, the area is 129 sq. Kilometers and the population density is 19,625 persons per sq. Km, the increase in population has increased from 18.91% in 2011 to 2011, the ratio of male and female here 876 per 1000 and literacy is 87.12%. Places of West Delhi are considered famous for shopping with modern markets, where you can get everything from any season's clothes, home furnishings, home durable goods and more. This area of Delhi has increased at a good rate due to its new developments. This can be seen in the development activities done in the area. Become a mall, shopping complex, cinema hall or office complex here, there has been tremendous growth in every area in this area. And its locality is built here and there are also some good schools and colleges that have their place on the education map of Delhi.
North Delhi: The North Delhi district is divided into 3 sub-divisions: the first Sadar Bazar, the second Kotwali and the third vegetable market. It comes in the area of old Delhi, which has its own importance in the scenario of Delhi. You will find some great monuments to see which Mughals had left in the form of Red Fort and Jama Masjid. The old and popular markets of Delhi are located in North Delhi, which include Chandni Chowk, Darai Ganj, Kashmiri Gate, Sadar Bazar, Vegetable Market etc.
According to the 2011 census, the population here was 883,418, the area is 59 sq. Km and the population density is 14,973 people per square kilometer, from 2001 to 2011, the population growth has increased to 13.04%, the ratio of male and female here There is 871 per 1000 and literacy is 86.81%. North Delhi is one of the densely populated areas of urban Delhi. Whose Civil Lines, Model Town and Ashok Vihar are one of the posh areas of North Delhi.
South Delhi: The district of Southern Delhi is divided into 5 subdivisions: the first Kalkaji, the second Defense Colony, the third Hauz Khas, the fourth Pushp Vihar, and the fifth Badarpur. This area of Delhi is considered a mixture of both the ancient and the new Delhi, its area is surrounded by villages villages such as Munirka Hauz Khaj, Vasant Vihar, Greater Kailash, CR Park, Panchsheel Enclave, South Expansion, Defense Colony, Friends Colony, Green In the areas roaming in such areas as the park etc. Delhi expanded in its expanse, within every circle of Delhi and South Delhi Location is the result of the fact.
According to the 2011 census, the population here was 2,733,752, the area is 250 square kilometers and the population density is 11,000 people per square kilometer, from 2001 to 2011, the population growth has increased to 20.59%, the ratio of male and female here 859 per 1000 and literacy is 87.03%. New buildings, posh areas, better shopping complexes, malls and world-class infrastructure can be seen in South Delhi.
Delhi and NCR: The NCR comprises many cities of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan adjacent to Delhi. These cities of these states make Delhi not only happy and vibrant, but also from employment to trade, but also educationally and culturally, to give a chance to populate a new world. NCR is the area which has been speculated from the capital Delhi like Meerut, Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar (Noida), Greater Noida, Bulandshahr, Baghpat, Hapur and Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh; And districts like Faridabad, Gurgaon, Mewat, Rohtak, Sonepat, Rewari, Jhajjar, Panipat, Palwal, Mahendragarh, Bhiwadi, Jind and Karnal of Haryana are included. Two districts of Rajasthan - Bharatpur and Alwar are included in NCR and for development which is being developed by connecting with Delhi Capital. As a result, the government located in Delhi could have the effect of uniformly development all around. With the onset of NCR region, Delhi has been relieved of the burden of growing demands of corporate bodies and governmental establishments. With the globalization of killing Delhi's scenario, the city needed more expansions and better infrastructure to meet those demands. However, with the development of satellite cities like Gurgaon and Noida, this problem was resolved to a great extent. Most government offices have their place in these satellite cities, including international and domestic companies.
Gurgaon: Gurujram (former name: Gurgaon), is a city of Haryana which is adjacent to the National Capital Territory of Delhi. And which is the main city of Delhi's National Capital Region because it is a big house of major IT companies and provides the best infrastructure in schools, roads, housing committees and medical facilities. It is 32 km from Delhi Located in the south-west.
With a population of 8, 9, 996, in 2011, it is Haryana's second most populous city after Faridabad, Gurgaon is famous for its outsourcing and shoring services which contribute the most towards Gurgaon's economy. Gurugrama is one of Delhi's major satellite cities, and is part of the National Capital Region. After Chandigarh and Mumbai, it is the third largest city of India on Capita income.
Noida: Noida is home to many major international and domestic companies such as Agriya Solutions, Global Logic, XL, Birlosoft, Impetus, STM Microelectronics, AmtronPTI, Fisher, Adobe Systems, TCS, CSC, HCL, ATC Labs, Interra and Axa. is.
Noida is a major center for outsourcing of IT services to multinationals. PineLabs, Samsung, Barclays Shared Services, CRMNXT, Headstrong, IBM, Mercury, Steller IT Park, Unitech Infospace and many companies have offices in Sector 62 of this city. Many major software and business process outsourcing companies also have their own offices in this city. There are branches of almost all major Indian banks in this city. Some of the main reasons behind the existence of these companies in Noida are the proximity and good infrastructure for Delhi.
Faridabad: Faridabad is one of the main industrial cities of Haryana and comes in the area of Delhi and NCR. The city is surrounded by Delhi in the north, Gurgaon in the west and parts of Uttar Pradesh in the east and south. It is surrounded by the Yamuna river in the east and the Aravali hills in the south and west areas. Newly developed Faridabad or New Faridabad is the most preferred destination for industry, IT companies, corporate bodies and government departments.
Ghaziabad: A city located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is a major industrial center of Uttar Pradesh and North India and is located in the south east of Delhi and Meerut. Ghaziabad district is headquartered in Ghaziabad. Before independence, Ghaziabad district was part of Meerut district, but after getting independence, it was made a separate district due to political reasons. Ghaziabad is named after its founder Ghaziuddin, who named him Ghaziuddinagar in his name, but later, his name was shortened to Ghaziabad.