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Official Website : https://www.kmcgov.in/KMCPortal/jsp/KMCPortalHome1.jsp

Headquarters : Kolkata
State : West Bengal

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 185
Rural : 0
Urban : 185

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 4496694
Rural : 0
Urban : 4496694
Male : 2356766
Female : 2139928
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 908
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 24306

Official language : Bangali

Helplines :
1. Traffic Helpine - Kolkata Police is happy to introduce a dial-in-service for traffic information in collaboration with VODAFONE [Toll Free]. The numbers are 2000 / 2001.

This is a 24 hour service which will enable citizens direct access to the Kolkata Police Traffic Control Room. Information regarding traffic situation in different parts of the city may be obtained through this system. The citizens may also pass on any information that they wish to share with the Traffic Control Room.

2. Senior Citizen Helpine - Kolkata Police is happy to introduce a dial-in-service for senior citizens. The number is 98300 88884.

3. Women Helpine - On International Women's Day, Kolkata Police has introduced a dial-in-service for distressed and harassed women. The number is 1091[Toll Free] for all complaints of eve-teasing etc.

4. Medical Helpine - Kolkata Police is happy to introduce a dial-in-service for providing assistance related to medical help. The number is 98300 79999

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 Kolkata District
Kolkata ( then Calcutta ), was the capital of British India and the Gateway to India till 1912 . Calcutta is the commercial capital of the east, with major industrial plants, textile mills and corporate houses

The people of Kolkata are known to be connoisseurs of art and sports. Their passion for football and cricket is hardly unknown to anyone. A person who visits Kolkata for once can never forget the city. Such in the magic of the city.

Calcutta is an Anglicized version of Kalikata. According to some, Kalikata is derived from the Bengali word Kalikshetra, meaning "Ground of (the goddess) Kali." Some say the city's name derives from the location of its original settlement on the bank of a canal (khal). A third opinion traces it to the Bengali words for lime (kali) and burnt shell (kata), since the area was noted for the manufacture of shell-lime. Still another opinion is that the name is derived from the Bengali term kilkila (meaning, "flat area"), which is mentioned in the old literature. Maybe the name springs from the fact that being the home of the 'Kol' tribe known as 'Kolka Hota.'