Swachh Survekshan Rankings 2017

Swachh Survekshan Rankings 2017 is out . It was announced by Union Urban Development Minister Shri Venkaiah Naidu .Around 37 lakh citizens submitted their responses. The survey was conducted by the Quality Council of India.Last year’s survey ranked 73 cities across the country in which 1 lakh citizens had given their feedback.The cleanliness survey was carried out during January and February.

Cities were evaluated on five parameters – waste collection, solid-waste management, construction of toilets, sanitation strategies and behavior change communication.

The rankings are based on the data provided by municipal corporations, independent assessors and feedback from people. In all, 3.7 million citizens participated in the exercise.India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh is also the dirtiest. Fifty of the 62 of its cities that were surveyed ranked below 300.

Swachh Survekshan Rankings
Rank 2017 Survey 2016 Survey
1 Indore Mysuru
2 Bhopal Chandigarh
3 Visakhapatnam Tiruchirapalli
4 Surat New Delhi
5 Mysuru Visakhapatnam
6 Tiruchirapalli Surat
7 New Delhi Rajkot
8 Navi Mumbai Gangtok
9 Tirupati Pimpri-Chinchwad
10 Vadodara Mumbai
11 Chandigarh Pune
12 Ujjain Navi Mumbai
13 Pune Vadodara
14 Ahmedabad Ahmedabad
15 Ambikapur Imphal
16 Coimbatore Panaji
17 Khargone Thane
18 Rajkot Coimbatore
19 Vijaywada Hyderabad
20 Gandhinagar Nagpur
21 Jabalpur Bhopal
22 Hyderabad Allahabad
23 Sagar Vijayawada
24 Murwara (Katni) Bhubaneshwar
25 Navsari Indore
26 Vapi Madurai
27 Gwalior Shimla
28 Warangal Lucknow
29 Mumbai Jaipur
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32

Suryapet

 

Varanasi

Gwalior

 

 

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