Status of Indian cities

Status of Indian cities

The Status of Indian cities comprises two ranking systems used by the Government of India to allocate compensatory allowances to the cities in the country. The list classifies cities in India based on two parameters — Compensatory City Allowance (CCA), further divided into categories "A-1", "A", "B-1" and "B-2", and House Rent Allowance (HRA), further divided into categories "A-1", "A", "B-1", "B-2" and "C". This classification was initially based on the recommendations of the Fifth Pay Commission of India (1997). City statuses were later revised based on the results of the 2001 Census of India. The following list classifies 50 Indian cities based on their CCA and HRA statuses.



ee also

*List of cities in India
*Million plus cities in India

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