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Official Website : http://ernakulam.gov.in

Headquarters : Kakkanad
State : Kerala

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 3063
Rural : 2137.74
Urban : 925.26

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 3282388
Rural : 1048025
Urban : 2234363
Male : 1619557
Female : 1662831
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 1027
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 1072

Official language : Malayalam

Helplines :
Ambulance 108
Fire Station 101
Police Station 100
Child Helpline 1098
Women Helpline 1091
Crime Stopper 1090
Call Center for General Query 1961
Election Helpline 1950
Pink Police Patrol 1515
Citizens Call Centre 155300
Labour Minister’s Helpline 155 300
Anti-Ragging Helpline 1800 180 5522
Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund 0471-2518513/0471-2518487
Consumer Toll Free Helpline 18004251550
CPC Call Center 1800-425-2229
Disaster Management Helpline 1077 (Collectorates)
Helpline for Ex-Service Men 1800-11-3999
Highway Alert 9846 100 100
KSRTC Helpline Tel: 0471 – 2463799/ 0471- 2471011
KSEB 1912
Labour Call Centre 1800 425 55214/ 155215
Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) SLBC Call centre: 1800 425 11222
PWD Helpline 1800 425 7771
Rail Alert 9846 200 100
Ration card renewal Tel: 0471-2320379, 9495998223, 9495998224, 9495998225.
Secretariat Enquiry 0471- 2336576
SHE TAXI 24×7 Call Centre 8590000543
State Consumer Helpline 1800-425-1550 (Toll free)
UID/Aadhaar 1800-4251-1800 ,uid.kerala.gov.in
Vigilance & Anti-Corruption Bureau 8592 900 900 (Toll Free Number)


Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Ernakulam District
Ernakulam district  formed on 1st April 1958 carving areas of erstwhile Travancore-Kochi-Malabar kingdoms. Major portion of the district is from the Kochi kingdom. The district consists of the mainland Ernakulam, the man made Willington Island, Mattanchery, Fort Kochi,  world's most populous area of Vypeen Island, Bolghatty Palace etc. Kochi is the most modern city of Kerala where the best shopping, markets and  bazars are located.

From time immemorial  Arabs, Chinese, Dutch, British and Portuguese seafarers followed the sea route to Kochi and left their impressions in the town. The Chinese fishing nets, believed to be erected in 1350 AD, swaying in the breeze over backwaters, the Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, Portuguese Architecture, Bolghatty Palace etc. enrich the heritage of Kerala.

The word Ernakulam was drawn from a Tamil word Erayanarkulam means abode of Lord Shiva's.  

The present Ernakulam District include Paravur, Aluva, Kochi, Kanayannoor, Muvattupuzha, Kunnathunadu, Kothamangalam Taluks which come under Fortkochi and  Muvattupuzha  Revenue Sub Division.  Prior to the formation of  Idukki District, Thodupuzha Taluk was also a part of  Ernakulam District.  Ernakulam District was formed on April 1st 1958.  The District  which has  an area of 895.3Sq.K.M. can be divided geographically as Highland, Midland and Coastal area.  The altitude of Highland is about 1000 feet.

The borders of the district are the Arabian Sea in the  West, Thrissur District in the North, Idukki District in the East and Alappuzha and Kottayam District in the South.  Periyar, Kerala's second largest river flows through all the Taluks except Muvattupuzha.  Muvattupuzha river and a branch of Chalakkudy river all gifts of this District. Average rainfall yearly is 3431.8 mm and 139 rain days.  As there are rivers, lakes and seas the region has a moderate climate.  Temperature is between 31.3oCand 25.8oC . Many types of sands and soil and also rocks which are geological importance is abundant here.

Majority of islands in Kerala are in Ernakulam district which was from different parts of old Cochin-Travancore-Malabar area.  The main islands of this district all man-made Willington Island,World's most populated Vypeen Island, Cheriya Kadamakkudi, Valiya Kadamakkudi, Ramanthuruthu, Ponjikkara, Vallarpadam, Kumbalam, Panangad, Cheppanam, Nettoor, Pizhala, Kankattuthuruthu, Korampadam, Cheranelloor, Chathanadu, Chendamangalam.  All these islands are populated areas. All these islands are believed to have formed from the soil accumulated due to soil erosion of highlands.

Contact Telephone Numbers





Sri.Dominic PresentationMinister Fisheries & Sports 0484-2310925 9846008137
District Collector, Ernakulam 0484-2423001 0484-2372902 / 2382445 9847029012
Addl.District Magistrate 0484-2422282 0484-2423649  
RDO Fort Kochi 0484-2221540    
Commissioner of Police, Kochi 0484-2394770    
Supdt. of Police Aluva 0484-2623550    
District Medical Officer (H)

0484-2360802 2369567

Tahsildar Kochi 0484-2215559   9447068371
Tahsildar Kanayannoor 0484-2360740   9447048371
Tahsildar Paravur 0484-2442326   9447069371

101 / 0484-2206131

Cost Guard



0484-2666851 / 2662475

Relief Camps

Kochi 3 Nos